Favorite Places 70s and 80s

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AllAmerican

Noblesville, IN

#1 Feb 5, 2013
What were your favorite places to go in Indy when you were growing up?
Duchess

Greenwood, IN

#2 Feb 5, 2013
There are so many. But did anyone cruise Steak n Shake..?
AllAmerican

Noblesville, IN

#3 Feb 5, 2013
Duchess wrote:
There are so many. But did anyone cruise Steak n Shake..?
We did, but on the south side. Which one are you talking about?
AllAmerican

Noblesville, IN

#4 Feb 5, 2013
Does anyone remember Dino's Drive-In on Southeastern Ave?
John Paul Jones

Indianapolis, IN

#5 Feb 5, 2013
10th Street. Around 10th and Rural/Michigan Streets. Do you remember the 10th Street Prostitutes in the late 50's/60's, All American?
Duchess

Greenwood, IN

#6 Feb 5, 2013
Watching the Pacers(Billy Keller) at the Coliseum.
AllAmerican

Noblesville, IN

#7 Feb 5, 2013
John Paul Jones wrote:
10th Street. Around 10th and Rural/Michigan Streets. Do you remember the 10th Street Prostitutes in the late 50's/60's, All American?
Sorry, not quite old enough for that. Hey! Is this Moe?
Pete

Indianapolis, IN

#8 Feb 5, 2013
AllAmerican wrote:
What were your favorite places to go in Indy when you were growing up?
I use to love going to Riverside Amusement Park. It was in a black neighborhood, but they would not let blacks in. It was so funny driving in and makin faces at the rejected blackest when I was a kid. It was cool that the owner closed the place rather Than integrated!
Pete

Indianapolis, IN

#9 Feb 5, 2013
John Paul Jones wrote:
10th Street. Around 10th and Rural/Michigan Streets. Do you remember the 10th Street Prostitutes in the late 50's/60's, All American?
Not one was black or a crack hoe!
Duchess

Greenwood, IN

#10 Feb 5, 2013
AllAmerican wrote:
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We did, but on the south side. Which one are you talking about?
Yes. Southside. It was like a triangle of places to cruise on 31, but I can't remember the other places. What did you drive? Remember Al Green's? And the tenderloins. The drive-in theater on Shadeland right by the railroad tracks. And then the Carlyle indoor was built.
Duchess

Greenwood, IN

#11 Feb 5, 2013
And the TeePee at 38th and Fall Creek.
AllAmerican

Noblesville, IN

#12 Feb 5, 2013
Duchess wrote:
<quoted text>Yes. Southside. It was like a triangle of places to cruise on 31, but I can't remember the other places. What did you drive? Remember Al Green's? And the tenderloins. The drive-in theater on Shadeland right by the railroad tracks. And then the Carlyle indoor was built.
We used to go between Dino's and Steak and Shake. Then drive up and down East St for a while, then back to Dino's. Man, the trouble the cops gave us was unbelievable, but I bet they would give their left arm if that was all they had to worry about today. In 1985 I was driving a 1978 Malibu that I had bought when I was 14. We spent 2 years and every penny I made on it. I wish I could get back every night I spent putting new transmissions in it!
Duchess

Greenwood, IN

#13 Feb 5, 2013
AllAmerican wrote:
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We used to go between Dino's and Steak and Shake. Then drive up and down East St for a while, then back to Dino's. Man, the trouble the cops gave us was unbelievable, but I bet they would give their left arm if that was all they had to worry about today. In 1985 I was driving a 1978 Malibu that I had bought when I was 14. We spent 2 years and every penny I made on it. I wish I could get back every night I spent putting new transmissions in it!
Lol....I had a 68 Barracuda with a hemi. I worked my tail off at McDonalds, weekends for 1.05 an hour to buy gas.
Peeps

Indianapolis, IN

#14 Feb 5, 2013
I use to like to cruze the Art Theater and some of the video booths around town.
There was the kind of love you could mop up with a bucket.

Remember the hole in the wall?
Peeps

Indianapolis, IN

#15 Feb 5, 2013
Pete wrote:
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Not one was black or a crack hoe!
Good ole american hoes for sure.
Peeps

Indianapolis, IN

#16 Feb 5, 2013
AllAmerican wrote:
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Sorry, not quite old enough for that. Hey! Is this Moe?
Is this short for ho mo ? YOu see many of the slick halls of the gay establilaries when you were young?
Mitch

Muncie, IN

#17 Feb 6, 2013
Peeps wrote:
I use to like to cruze the Art Theater and some of the video booths around town.
There was the kind of love you could mop up with a bucket.
Remember the hole in the wall?
I do! I met a lot of important people and established many political connections in this manner at those establishments. Good times!! No one would thump you on the head for an attempt at getting some love when you got the fever!!! A man could garner respect just by having a good head on his shoulders. And,it was so easy to get ahead back then!!

Those were the days!

I miss those places so much.
Phil

Muncie, IN

#18 Feb 6, 2013
AllAmerican wrote:
Does anyone remember Dino's Drive-In on Southeastern Ave?
I do. Those cats that hung around Dino's were crazy. Wild eyed boys that didn't have much to say. Lots of memories. One time this chick who was cool,she was red hot--I mean she was steaming-was dancing and shaking all that she got and then she got up and slapped my buddy Johnny in the face,we just fell about the place. If that chick don't wanna know forget her!

Yeah,I loved Dino's. Friday night everyone was dressed to kill.
The drink would flow and blood will spill
And if the boys wanted to fight, you'd better let them!

I also remember that jukebox in the corner blasting out my favorite song.

Good times!!
AllAmerican

United States

#19 Feb 6, 2013
Lindner's Ice Cream at 10th and Post??
AllAmerican

United States

#20 Feb 6, 2013
Duchess wrote:
<quoted text>Yes. Southside. It was like a triangle of places to cruise on 31, but I can't remember the other places. What did you drive? Remember Al Green's? And the tenderloins. The drive-in theater on Shadeland right by the railroad tracks. And then the Carlyle indoor was built.
By the time I was driving and getting around some, nobody was really going to Al Green's. It was still open, but I was only there a couple of times. The tenderloins were awesome! We spent a huge amount of time just hanging out at a couple of gas stations on the southeast side.

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