memories of the 60s and 70s growing u...
markdf

Pompano Beach, FL

#1903 Apr 21, 2013
There were some clubs on Berry blvd and in the South End! Don't remember all their names
Anybody remember a little shotgun bar on Taylor Blvd called Leonard's or a guy named Danny, nicknamed "Lurch" that hung out there?
shannon

United States

#1904 Jul 2, 2013
Does anyone remember Thornsberry toy store & you got thornybucks to redeem on later purchashes? Or Gee your hair smells terrific?! I also remember the store Roses in the mall
Rick P

Sarasota, FL

#1905 Jul 2, 2013
I remember Thornburys. They also sold schwinn Bikes.
donna

Evansville, IN

#1906 Jul 2, 2013
My friend Marty did survive that fall. He passed away 3 years ago . He was a great childhood friend!
Leggyjules

Chicago, IL

#1907 Aug 2, 2013
What was the name of the bar I hikes lane and bardstown road, across from bashford manor mall?? It's a Pizza Hut now.

“Hello”

Since: Jun 08

Location hidden

#1908 Aug 2, 2013
I used to love going to Marios Pizza where Mcdonalds is on bardstown road in Fern Creek.They had the best pizza...yum.They used to have a Winn Dixie in that shopping plaza.
td cornelius

Cave City, KY

#1909 Aug 3, 2013
fountain ferry park was over close to shawnee park. is there anyone who remembers getting ice cream cones from haywood ice cream parlor?
Brenda

Louisville, KY

#1910 Sep 6, 2013
Leggyjules wrote:
What was the name of the bar I hikes lane and bardstown road, across from bashford manor mall?? It's a Pizza Hut now.
The Sahara Club
POrtland

Lexington, KY

#1911 Sep 6, 2013
portland57 wrote:
we used to walk around are neighborhood talking playing having goodtimes portland park lannon park & no.1 fountain ferry halarity hall was a quarter for all day! man the pool devil & angel slides just good neighborhood fun.... PORTLAND IS A blessed hood AND WERE NOT GIVEING IT UP //////////SUPPORT
My grandfather Chester Terry was an alderman in this Portland area in 70 s. Miss his Tv and Radio Repair store.
The Way We Were

Kokomo, IN

#1913 Nov 24, 2013
Speaking of the Hilarity Hall. There were 2 figures that stood outside ( 1 man and 1 woman) who gave out this horrendous laugh. Will never forget them. Do you remember their names? I do.:)

Level 1

Since: Jul 09

Louisville

#1914 Dec 8, 2013
The characters at Fontaine Ferry were Sam & Sue. I believe Sue was at the Frazier Museum when they had their Fontaine Ferry exhibit a couple of years ago. I'm not sure where she went.

Level 1

Since: Jul 09

Louisville

#1915 Dec 8, 2013
Boom wrote:
Remember Angie Humphrey plus a guy (cant remember his name)? They would host movies/Tv shows...talk a bit about it before it came on? Wonder what happened to them. They were on Independant 41.
I just saw this comment (haven't been on here in a few years). Angie sang for awhile and made a couple of albums. I have her first demo single (it's pink) and she wasn't very good and she didn't do very good.

Now, she lives in Evansville, In. and is a minister. She still sings at Church.
Rick P

Sarasota, FL

#1916 Dec 9, 2013
Does anybody know if WKLO is still around?
The Way We Were

Kokomo, IN

#1917 Dec 9, 2013
Remember Randy Atcher (think I'm spelling that correctly) the cowboy on local TV? Our youth, a time of innocence.
70s Child

Ft Mitchell, KY

#1919 Dec 28, 2013
I just finished reading this entire thread and I can't tell you how much I enjoyed it. Thanks so much to those who started it and kept it going for so long. So many great memories and good feelings. It was a blast!
j-huback

Louisville, KY

#1920 Apr 6, 2014
waymoresblues wrote:
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wish i could remember these round ice cream trucks you all speak of, i guess they didnt come around in my neighborhood .i just dont remember those .we had ice cream trucks in the neighborhood but i sure cant remember one with a carasaol on it thats round ..
the ice cream trucks were called merry go rounds you can google the pictures they were store right next door to kiddieland on 7th street road ...its still ice cream trucks today ...
Terry

Independence, KY

#1921 Apr 6, 2014
portland57 wrote:
we used to walk around are neighborhood talking playing having goodtimes portland park lannon park & no.1 fountain ferry halarity hall was a quarter for all day! man the pool devil & angel slides just good neighborhood fun.... PORTLAND IS A blessed hood AND WERE NOT GIVEING IT UP //////////SUPPORT
My grandfather Chester Terry was an alderman in Portland area in 70s After his death, His new wife sold the tv and radio repair store .. the store was torn down in Portland area.
70s Child

Ft Mitchell, KY

#1922 Apr 7, 2014
It would be great to get this thread going again. I loved reading it.
Rick P

Sarasota, FL

#1923 Apr 8, 2014
Yes it would 70s child.
colonel mustard

Richmond, KY

#1924 Apr 12, 2014
Does anyone remember Judy mason that lived in shively ? She went to EKU in the early 70's.

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