Chagrin River Road...?
Number 10 is NOT "circa 1930-1959" --the streetcars are very early types (probably pre-1900) and there are NO cars in the image...only horses pulling buggies.
Seems rather a lame cop-out to have used the label "circa 1930-1959" when you could have easily narrowed it down to a specific decade, just by identifying the approximate age of passing vehicles...and used either "1930s", "1940s", or "1950s"...or just "date unknown"... or maybe both.
Chuckles the Clown
If the Dolan family feels special warmth and incredible pride for their mascot after viewing photos 13 through 16....then they are fools.
First Rays of the New Rising Sun
Lol, great picture on #4. That's a facebook profile picture if I ever saw one.
I hate to say it, but that dog treat box is actually a really good idea.
Our son partially funded his independent film "The Sax Man" through Kickstarter. One of the hardest parts is trying to decide a realistic amount to set for your goal then hope you have enough friends/family to donate. Very stressful when you get to the final few days of the deadline and see you are only a few thousands dollars shy of reaching your goal knowing if you don't meet it ...you don't get ANY of the money donated. Fortunately for him he did reach his goal and he could go forward with his film. It's a great avenue to start fundraising for a project when you believe in it but have no money at all to start it.
The underwater pyramid project is intriguing.....but - for any project; and there are plenty of projects - a bit of strategic thought has to go into the premiums being offered to donors. It may be an alternative way to chase a dream, but it isn't free cash falling from a tree.
they should have fought outside in the snow.
Jibaro is a must try! Latin food with a gourmet twist.
Voting early and often!!
As independent promotions go....this one is real solid.
The opening band was awesome!
I saw Sammy Davis Jr, the Pointer Sisters and Anthony Newley. Fabulous concerts.
Did any fans shout out requests for a cover- or two - from the Kenny Loggins songbook??
No World Order
No Rolling Pig?? And Swenson's? Really?
No Setti boys?
I remember going to Sea World in the daytime and then Geauga Lake at night, or just on a Saturday and you were bored, could hop in the car and go to a park that wasn't to far to go to, and the prices were right, really miss that place, but have good memories!!!!!
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