Who remembers Riverside Mall, J.M Fields...

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Sep 3, 2008
 
Bradlees Deparment Store, Howlands and the oh so famous Orange Julius that was down towards Montgomery Wards

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Sep 3, 2008
 
The Video arcade, the 2 screen theater, wasnt Baskin Robins there when it opened too?

Some of that stuff is still there in the back of Lowes:

http://theshadowman.com/2008/07/riverside-mal...

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Those were good times :)
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Sep 3, 2008
 
Pavone's pizza! I think I spelled it right. The women would remember Barbara Moss, how about Fay's Drugstore
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What about Carmel Corn, Anderson Little, Ormonds? They should have left the mall the way it was. Every store that goes there moves out. People don't want to go in one store, then get in their car to go to another store. Bring back the old Riverside Mall!
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Sep 3, 2008
 
My wife and I used to love this place. There was just something about it. The ambiance was great. Have not been to a mall that compares.
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feeling ancient wrote:
What about Carmel Corn, Anderson Little, Ormonds? They should have left the mall the way it was. Every store that goes there moves out. People don't want to go in one store, then get in their car to go to another store. Bring back the old Riverside Mall!
Yes i agree,it was alot of fun.The popcorn shop was awesome.How about the shoe places there?The gass shoes when you were a kid,they were exspensive.
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Oh yes,and you cant forget the candies <shoes> they were like a pump. My mother had them in every color........lol
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Remeber the wild pair and chess king? How many "record" stores did they actually have in there as well? Boy I feel old! The orange julius recipe is actually online if you google it you will find it.
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feeling pretty old wrote:
Remeber the wild pair and chess king? How many "record" stores did they actually have in there as well? Boy I feel old! The orange julius recipe is actually online if you google it you will find it.
the wild pair was owned by karaz,wasnt it? I remember the lady in there had a little dog.
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Dale Don Dale wrote:
cant you damn hicks start living in 2008 and forget about your past? you hicks are the reason why your city will never progress- nobody wants it to!!!! the citizens want what utica once WAS, not what it can BE. This is the #1 reason why utica will always suck. it is the people. They can't leave their past behind.
Sorry to had such a crappy childhood. Maybe you should seek anger management classes. By the way stupid im no hick. Born and bread in the great city of utica.
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They closed the mall down to keep the italians from hanging around.
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Sep 3, 2008
 
Dale Don Dale wrote:
cant you damn hicks start living in 2008 and forget about your past? you hicks are the reason why your city will never progress- nobody wants it to!!!! the citizens want what utica once WAS, not what it can BE. This is the #1 reason why utica will always suck. it is the people. They can't leave their past behind.
First of all, what do you care, you don't even live here? Second of all, if it ain't broken, don't fix it. Riverside Mall was a great mall. It's not a matter of us reminicsing as to why Utica hasn't moved ahead. You see, we are a generous city that has welcomed thousands of Refugees to our city. We have also had to carry the burden of the scumbags who come to visit their families at the Marcy Correctional facility (something our elected officials felt would be great for this economy as far as jobs go) make Utica and Oneida County their new home so they can collect their welfare. So jerk, don't blame us for the situation in Utica. Oh, and by the way, why don't you go on the forums in your own hometown and leave this one if you don't like what we have to say.
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They closed the mall down to keep the italians from hanging around.


Or you hicks in Holland Pattent!
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The Italians kept it open briss brains....
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They closed the mall down to keep the italians from hanging around.
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They closed the mall down to keep the italians from hanging around.
Yeah God forbid the Goombags have another place to "head honcho-ize".

Typical Uticans: They can't get out of their own way but want to "run" this, and control everything.

We see what a fine job they have done with Utica!
Tony bologni

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Sep 3, 2008
 
Hooked up at riverside mall when I was 15
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#19
Sep 3, 2008
 
Some pictures of The inside of Riverside Now-
http://theshadowman.com/2008/07/riverside-mal...

http://www.theshadowman.com/gallery/thumbnail...

I saw some more a while back,at least 15 or so different ones but I cant remember where I saw them. The section between center court and where Bradlees was is still there as you can see.I will try and find the other photos,they were much better and showed more of it in detail.
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#21
Sep 3, 2008
 
i remember whatching that place being built. had alot of good times thier in the 80s
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Sep 3, 2008
 
Anybody know if there is an archived map of Riverside mall available anywhere?

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