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Radio City Christmas Spectacular

Dec 21, 2015 No Comments by

First Name: Connie Last Name: Latham Email Address: clatham86@yahoo.com : On December 18, 2010, 10 of us went to see the Radio City Christmas Spectacular. We made a full city day of it, stopping to shop, eat and enjoy all the sites. The show is as amazing as they claim!! We had a wonderful family […]

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World Figure Skating Championships, Ottawa, 1984

Dec 15, 2015 No Comments by

In the spring of 1980, Dianne and I became friends when we happened to meet while pushing baby carriages in our suburban Toronto neighborhood. But we soon learned that we had much more in common than just geography and baby sons; we both loved the sport of figure skating. In March, 1984, along with our […]

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Dexter Gordon – A True Statesman

Dec 12, 2015 No Comments

Too bad we can’t still see Dexter in concert; if you missed him, you missed one of the great ones. You can still see him in the movie Round Midnight and hear his recordings. My favorites are Our Man in Paris, Go!, Doing Alright, Getting Around, and the Sound track to Round Midnight. Don’t miss […]

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Ottawa Senators – On any given night……

Dec 10, 2015 No Comments

Just wanted to share a story of my favorite team, the Ottawa Senators. As we all know, the Ottawa Senators had a very slow start when they entered the league back in 1992. Well, I was there for one of their finer moments in the early days… this was against the Flyers Legion of Doom […]

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Steve Martin – Wild and Crazy Guy

Nov 27, 2015 No Comments

Steve Martin a Wild and Crazy Guy The wild and crazy guy was still getting small back 1977. He had done his 2nd guest host appearance for Saturday Night Live 2 months before and getting national attention. Too bad he still doesn’t do a stand up act any longer, it was an evening good laughs.

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Arlo Guthrie – thanks for Alice’s Restaurant

Nov 26, 2015 No Comments

by Paul Dugan An Arlo Guthrie concert is an experience and no matter how many you see, it’s always different. I’ve seen him four times the most recent this past weekend at the Colonial Theatre in Keene NH. The Colonial is a great place to see a show, with just 888 seats it’s a very […]

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Bark at the Moon!

Nov 05, 2015 No Comments

January 13, 1984. It was a Friday the 13th and a full moon. Perfect backdrop for Ozzy’s “Bark at the Moon” concert. Ass kickin’ Motley Crue was the warm up band. Hard to find a better full bore rock concert than this one. Although the show was awesome,what happened before the concert is what makes […]

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Terror Behind the Walls!

Oct 27, 2015 No Comments

Eastern State Penitentiary Terror Behind the Walls! Supposedly it’s one of the best in the country. It was definitely creepy, and the costumed characters outside the penitentiary walls were the best. They were walking around in character, taking tickets, and just scaring people when they weren’t expecting it. In general, I don’t like to be […]

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Frank Gerhy, Architect

Oct 18, 2015 No Comments

FRANK GEHRY, ARCHITECT: The retrospective of Frank Gehry’s work, that was held in 2001 at Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in NYC featured Models, Plans, Drawings, Furniture, Photographs, and Video Footage, as well as Two Site-Specific Architectural Elements. This was the most comprehensive exhibit of his work at that time. Frank Gehry has created a new […]

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Buried Child a play by Sam Shepard

Oct 12, 2015 No Comments

Sam Shepard’s play Buried Child is a bizarre gaze into the American Dream and the Nuclear Family. The play was writhen during the economic slowdown of the 1970’s, end of Vietnam War and the changing of the American family structure and society. It is about a Midwestern farming family and their guilty secret that buried […]

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