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Stubstory hits the Air – Oh Canada!

Aug 31, 2013 1 Comment by

by Matt J. Peter Pardon the indulgence but before I sock this little momento away – I thought it merited it’s own Stubstory. Much like a graduation or other seminal event, this was truly one of the days that helped put Stubstory “on-the-map”. When we were fortunate enough to have Canada AM reach out to […]

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Edaville USA – Fun with the Grandson

Aug 23, 2013 No Comments by

Edaville USA is a Heritage Railroad located in Carver Massachusetts not far from Historic Plymouth. It was started in 1947 by Ellis D Atwood (E.D.A. ville) on his cranberry plantation. The train runs on narrow two foot gauge track throughout the cranberry bogs and reservoirs. I grew up not far from it and had many […]

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Honest Muscles in the Steroid Era

Jul 14, 2013 No Comments

I knew this wasn’t going to be an ordinary night out – but we did have a friend competing in the finals – and that was good enough for me. Not too many weeks before, my wife and I had been to the same theater to see Little Feat (I think it was Little Feat) […]

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In God, We Rust – Lewis Black

Jul 12, 2013 No Comments

You always get a great show with Lewis on stage. His insights to the world and how we think about it are constantly hilarious. Don’t miss him if he comes to your town. ————————————————– Here’s a little about from Lewis Black’s website, should fill you in, maybe even get you to Youtube him….. Lewis’ live […]

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Discovering Columbus at Columbus Circle

Oct 16, 2012 No Comments

You may agree on how Mayor Bloomberg got to be mayor of NYC for a third term or not, but he has made the City more interesting each year with the installation of Public Art Exhibits

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Peter Max showcasing his work in Houston

Sep 05, 2012 5 Comments

I always have enjoyed his art and was thrilled to see Peter Max showcasing his work in Houston at one of the nations top shopping Venues,”The Galleria”.

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St. Leo’s Carnival, in Stamford, CT

Sep 01, 2012 No Comments

This story is about the Carnival, the St. Leo’s Carnival, in Stamford, CT. There was bunch of different rides. My favorite ride was the Tornado….

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Congo Gorilla Forest at the Bronx Zoo

Aug 06, 2012 1 Comment

I went to the Zoo to see the new-ish Congo Gorilla Forest at the Bronx Zoo, which did not disappoint. It was like a tropical rainforest, and it wasn’t just Gorillas. The trees were 50 feet high and the animals ranged from gazelles (I think) to smaller critters whose names I never got to know. […]

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Winning big at St. B’s Wine Tasting

Oct 29, 2011 No Comments

by Matt P. So, what do you do if you don’t like wine, but are already committed to join your good friends at a PTA fundraiser at their kids’ school (technically I love wine but get these crushing “hide in the car, away from all light and noise for an hour headaches”. So to all […]

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Anthony Bourdain – No Reservations

Oct 24, 2011 No Comments

He’s brilliant, and snarky (his word), but Anthony Bourdain has made himself quite a living eating & traveling, so you really have to give him some credit.  His show has added a new twist, now he’s ROASTING, but this time it’s other TV Foodies! Even though I’m not addicted to TV Food Network stuff, “Cake […]

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