Do you remember????
MrMillCity_com

Boston, MA

#22 Jun 10, 2008
Capitol Warehouse?
LoWeLL 4 LifE

Braintree, MA

#23 Jun 10, 2008
The diner on Merrimack st that burned down about 10 yrs. ago.
The best grilled coffee rolls.
ReadBetweenTheLi nes

Hudson, MA

#24 Jun 10, 2008
OH OH I GOT ONE!!!

La Loon !!! It was a khmer pub and restraurant. About 15-10 years ago?? Taken down, some dude got stabbed to death. Over a girl and after they just made it into parking lot.
OG Frank

North Reading, MA

#25 Jun 10, 2008
There used to be a bowling alley across the street from Towers News, in a basement. I forget the name of that place.
ReadBetweenTheLi nes

Hudson, MA

#26 Jun 10, 2008
OG Frank wrote:
There used to be a bowling alley across the street from Towers News, in a basement. I forget the name of that place.
Next to Landmark Video ?? That place stand the hands of time. way before Blockbuster. But they hardly have anything new so blockbuster it was. heheh

“Do I care? NO!”

Since: Jan 08

Lowell, MA

#27 Jun 10, 2008
ReadBetweenTheLines wrote:
OH OH I GOT ONE!!!
La Loon !!! It was a khmer pub and restraurant. About 15-10 years ago?? Taken down, some dude got stabbed to death. Over a girl and after they just made it into parking lot.
OMG. I remember that place. Friggen ghetto! lol. Fights every time there was a wedding. The old folks were telling us stories of how that place is "haunted" and that ever since the killing, whenever someone tried to have a wedding there, something would happen.
The nerve

Woburn, MA

#28 Jun 10, 2008
OG Frank wrote:
There used to be a bowling alley across the street from Towers News, in a basement. I forget the name of that place.
YOu're thinking of the Rialto.

Since: Jun 08

United States

#29 Jun 10, 2008
MrMillCity_com wrote:
Capitol Warehouse?
It was over on Rogers Street where the field and Saturn are.

The old Hallisey used to be over there too...

Oh boy.. I am so dating myself right now... How about I bought my first car from the Hallisey Auto Mall, now WalMart....
Lowering the Bar

Gardner, MA

#30 Jun 10, 2008
The nerve wrote:
<quoted text>YOu're thinking of the Rialto.
The Rialto was across from Cappys Copper kettle, in the huge vacant building that Middlesex Community College just acquired.
Peter Guzinya

Montgomery, AL

#31 Jun 10, 2008
MrMillCity_com wrote:
Capitol Warehouse?
THat was on brdige st in Pelham where Chunky's is now....good times....
The nerve

Woburn, MA

#32 Jun 10, 2008
Peter Guzinya wrote:
<quoted text>
THat was on brdige st in Pelham where Chunky's is now....good times....
Yep, and there was one on Rogers St. in South Lowell too.
Mullet

United States

#33 Jun 10, 2008
Putnam Pantry, Reading MA - Make your own Ice Cream Sundae! Then puke on the way home because you mixed different kinds of hot sauce.
The nerve

Woburn, MA

#34 Jun 10, 2008
Does anyone remember the arts & crafts that used to take place out at the Bartlett school field on Saturday's? It was a long time ago, back in the 70's. I used to go to my cousins house when I was a kid and we'd go there. It was pretty fun.

On another note.
Does anybody remember Ding Ding? What happened to him?
Mullet

United States

#35 Jun 10, 2008
Do you remember when… Friday and Saturday night was a good night for T.V.
- The Dukes of Hazzard
- The Incredible Hulk
-“V”
- Night Rider
- Dallas
- Family Matters
- Facts of Life
- Golden Girls
- Small Wonder

Okay not all these are good, but they were still more entertaining then what’s on now.
Tony

Leominster, MA

#36 Jun 10, 2008
Blue Dot Candy and Chocolates on Bridge St.in Centralville was better than Mrs. Nelsons.

“Confidence is S.M.E.X.Y!!!”

Since: May 08

Lowell, MA

#37 Jun 10, 2008
Wow, Im suprised no one listed Ames down on Bridge Street??? On the way to the Rockingham Mall if you take the back roads. A cross from CVS in the same plaza as Blockbuster, Market Basket etc...

Since: Jun 08

Lowell, MA

#38 Jun 10, 2008
How about the Chinese Restaurant upstairs from Fanny Farmers Candy, next to Thom McCann shoes!
The bowling ally across from Towers was the "Brentwood" get place to skip school...LOL!

Since: Jun 08

Lowell, MA

#39 Jun 10, 2008
oops, great place

Since: Jun 08

Lowell, MA

#40 Jun 10, 2008
OH..poor Ding-Ding. I think he has passed away. He lived on the conner of Meadowcroft & Moore. There was a fire, and I think the City placed him in a home.

Hey, Howdy's Hamburgers, on top of the canal, at the bottom of the Lord Overpass.(crash alley as it was called back in the day)
ReadBetweenTheLi nes

Hudson, MA

#41 Jun 10, 2008
Amary wrote:
Wow, Im suprised no one listed Ames down on Bridge Street??? On the way to the Rockingham Mall if you take the back roads. A cross from CVS in the same plaza as Blockbuster, Market Basket etc...
The reason why is our age is about a century difference. Don't get me wrong I love to learn new things and teach old dogs new trick hehe im so j/p!!! Welcome Annmarie to Gen X !!! These old school ummm lets try that again these SO COOL UPPER AGE PEOPLE!!! we're in the 70's when Lowell was at it's worst. Am I right or Am I right...?

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