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The Infamous Stringdusters are releasing a compilation of cover songs never-before released on vinyl for RSD Drops These songs have been played live in many instances, and were at once point released individually, so this will be a treat to band fans and vinyl collectors alike. In"Magic No. Just Like Heaven 2. Golden 3. Jessica 4. What's Going On 5.
Get Lucky 6. Big River 7. Highwayman 8. Don't Think Twice, It's Alright 9. Don Boyd Dec Joan, thank you for posting your comments. I have added your comment to the other comments under "Restaurants Gone But Not Forgotten" gallery where far more people will see it and where it is more appropriately placed.
Even did some "gogo dancing" on top of the piano at the end of the evening. Wish I had a picture of me from those. Does anyone remember anything about the lounge? Big sigh :. I thought it was at the T.
Don Boyd Nov Jeffrey, which 79th? My Dad always had it on in his office and elevator. Sun-Country I believe it was called. According to Wikipedia, which is notorious for erroneous facts but maybe not in this case, They became the first FM station in the country to achieve a 1 audience rating.
I moved to the area of SW 87 Ave and 47 Street in On the other corners were Royal Castle and Grand Union. I couldn't read all In time the majority seem to go for price rather than quality, sad to say We were lucky enough to have a Carvel here in Tucson for a few years, but I spoke to the owner Burger King;s. Soul music. Guest Apr remember the coliseum a huge bowling alley? Black Caesars Forge rosin baked potatos?
Boat races at Marine Stadium? Suniland and Packer Pontiac? Sweetwater at Miami Dade South? Christmas lights on South Alhambra? Dodds House on Sunset? CoCoplum library? Riviera day school? Gulliver academy? The chained monkey near coconut grove. Snagging Mullet? Best guava pastels as we called them then or since! Didn't The Wheel use seasoning salt on the fries? Had first onion rings at Hot Shoppes. Great teen memories. They would host the Tournament of the Americas every summer.
I made so many friends from what seemed like soooo far away at the time. Great memories of the picnics we took them all to at Greynolds?
Don Boyd Feb Susan, as with Laura's comment below, I am copying your comments to under the "Restaurants" gallery where it will be seen by far more viewers. I don't have such a photo and have never seen such a photo but perhaps one day someone will come up with one and allow me to display it on this site.
Guest Feb Can anyone tell me what happened to the huge painting of Christ on the cross that hung behind the choir at Boulevard Christian Church in Miami??? I'm sure there are more viewers to that page than this one. Hopefully someone remembers it and will provide a response to you. Laura Burno Jan There was psychiatrist, Dr.
Moore, who was not young, inhad office in same building as a small restaurant on SW 8th that had BEST key lime pie. Anyone know name and address of that restaurant? Quinn Jan I just found a drink stir from the Aladdin room at the Algiers hotel!
It has a little genie on top! Miami fla. Enjoyed reading your website and it brought back a lot of great memories.
It was in the circular building to the right of the main building. There was a theater downstairs saw Olivia Newton John perform therebut can't remember the name of the theater. My college buddies and I spent a lot of time there and we still have the pictures.
One question - did the theater in the Fontainbleau ever have a different name other than LaRonde? I thought I remembered something different. Thanks again for the memories! Guest Nov Also, the bowling alley in Coral Gables was the Colosseum and the Stage was "downstairs" They had phone on the tables and you could hook up by calling the table. Guest Nov My father managed the Miami theatre downtown through the 60's. It had a fall-out shelter in the basement with tons of supplies in big drums and my dad had a gieger counter.
We stayed there during hurricanes. We grew up on Key Biscayne, but became city rats. We snuck up to the top of the courthouse where the jail cells and gargoyles wererode all the elevators in town and climbed on the roof of burdines. We got into the paramount and town theatres for free and got to climb behind the facades of the Olympia.
We ate at the Royal Castle on flagler or a little later, one of the first Burger Kings. Great Life! Sam and Carl's in S. Miami was a deli Jewish and restaurant. It was a popular meeting place for many local Jewish families. If my memory serves me, it was owned and run by a Catholic family including their kids. Anyone remember the hip shop on Sunset Dr. Loved to go to The Stage on the weekends to dance. It was next to a bowling alley in Coral Gables.
There was another place to go dancing called The World, but I don't remember where it was. Used to take the bus into Coral Gables to go to Miracle Mile. Someone mentioned The Bookworm, my brother used to work there. The Riviera movie theater on S. Dixie Hwy had a vending machine in the woman's bathroom that as a little kid I was fascinated with because it sold lipstick.
I remember shopping in Judi Leslie's in S. Miami and the drug store on the corner. Used to go in there to use the pay phone in the back. Across from the drug store was a two-story building with a five and dime store.
My dentist was upstairs. Loved Suniland So many wonderful memories of the best place in the world to grow up. Guest Rivers, you're right but if you think the rehashing is bad on here you should see it in the various old Miami groups on Facebook. No one reads the older posts to see that Royal Castle or whatever has been discussed at least 20 times in the past year or two so they post "Does anyone remember Royal Castle?
Worse yet, someone will start a thread about Burdines or whatever and then three or more people will completely change the subject and ask if anyone remembers the AAA Auto Alignment shop or Peter's Pickles or something totally unrelated to the subject of the thread.
It's amazing that some of them actually graduated from high school down here because their postings are downright illiterate with misspelled words. And of course folks help themselves to a lot of the photos on this site and post them in the Facebook groups without any credit to this site. I spent a ton of time restoring the photos that are on this site and they just help themselves to them to post on Facebook groups. That's why all new uploads have my site in text on the photos so they help to promote my site when they lift them to post elsewhere.
Integrity has gone by the wayside since we grew up. We should all be thankful that we grew up in Miami or South Florida when we did. Those great times will never be repeated again. I only regret that we didn't have air-conditioning back then but we survived and probably appreciate ur more than the younger folks. Guest Aug Don. You could not have lived in a better small town than Miami. The best time to live in Miami an enjoy all the various places people have talked about.
Sorry it will never be the same an it shouldn't be But I'm glad I was their during those years The Best! Edward Johnston Aug I am very grateful to Ellie and you for sharing this. My memory, at least, retained the "FR" that I as a child, 50 plus years ago recalled being a part of a phone number to reach my Policeman father!
And our Mohawk number from back when SW th St actually was a rutted, dead end road right in front of our house at Don Boyd Aug Edward, thanks to Ellie, here is the information you requested, from the Miami telephone directory. Southern Bell was transitioning from 6-digit telephone numbers to alpha-numeric 7-digit phone numbers at the time. I hope that helps you out.
Don Boyd Aug Nelle, thank you for providing the NW th Street location and I think you're correct because I bowled there with some Coasties in the late 's and as I recall it was north of rd Street. Edward, I have a friend with a phone book and Album) get you the number that you want for the Miami PD downtown station and let's see if Nixon Smiley was listed and if so I'll get you the prefix. Guest of 5-August, I remember it but never went in there.
It was an octagon building with a green or blue roof. I think I recall him having a card that listed a phone number at the Police Dept. Does anyone recall what any of the phone numbers were at the downtown Police Station in the 's?
One more question- our house was down on SW th street near Nixon Smiley's home. Does anyone recall what phone numbers began with in that area? I thought maybe MO Mohawk? Nelle Jun I believe the Bowling Palace was on 7th ave. We used to hang out there after school a lot. Don Boyd May We would love to have photos on this site of bowling alleys in the Miami area.
I received this very nice e-mail from Marie Roper Gerber, who has given me permission to repost her comments, about the Bowling Palace. If anyone knows of an image of something from the Bowling Palace or can elaborate on the history of the bowling alley please let me know at OldMiamiMemories gmail. I bowled on a league there for Lory's Fashions in Little River, my old hang out, and still have my bowling trophy for High Game - this was I graduated from Notre Dame Academy in and had attended St.
Was married in the Cathedral in Anyway, I met my husband Bill Gerber there in - married in and still married. I would love to have a picture or more info on the Palace.
I've searched the net but can't find anything - if there is anything at all, I'm sure you have it or can tell me where to get it! Appreciate any info you can get for me.
Don Boyd May Thank you, Terri, for your comments and for sharing your great memories of a great time gone by. We were extremely fortunate to have grown up in the Miami area when we did. None of us can remember everything that was going on down here but collectively we can pretty much nail the vast majority of it.
And thank you to all the others who have taken the time to post their comments on here. I appreciate it and I'm sure that many others also appreciate it. Terri Wilson Godfrey May What a great walk down memory lane!!
Remember Chicken Man! He's Everywhere, He's Everywhere! I remember a coffee house where many long time stars got their start in show business; Judy Collins among them. Hippies, flower children and Coconut Grove! The Polynesian restaurant; was it The Luau?? Does anyone remember The Princess? Thank you for this site and the work you put into writing it My aunt managed the joint!
Guest Apr Fun to read all these stories My family would pack up and go. Now living in Ghana, West Africa But remembering great memories of sailing Hobies on Biscayne Bay and the absolute beauty of Miami and the area. I see Castaways. I went there. Portholes in the pool and people would moon you while in the lounge.
Woolworths Miami Beach It was a magnificent art deco interior. Jimmy Serpico ran the backstage and in ish, I'd help back stage. Red Buttons Arnold Shwatz? Shot of bourbon, whiskey? Back out he'd go. Do another bit, come to the wings, drink another shot! And back into character the minute he was back in audience view. Henny Youngman was the rudest. One day a comedian whom I don't recall his name, would tell a joke and hit the punch line in Yiddish.
Everyone around me would laugh. There I was, and of course, he points the goya out, that would be me. THIS made it even funnier to everyone else as he'd come back over to me and translate the punch line! Just up a few blocks, beautiful Miami Shores!
I lived in the 79th Street Hotel with NO air conditioning! But I had a refrigerator and a two burner hot plate. So many of the 'guest artists' complained that their agent booked them in such a toilet. I'd have given anything to have performed on that stage. I asked the security guard.
I felt I was there. I left and couldn't help but shed a few tears for the loss of such a magnificent theater. The entrance on the left was floor to ceiling mirrors, the stairway to the balcony was a wonderful sweep of glory. The stage had waist high musical quarter notes whose stems swept to the stop of the stage, intertwining.
It was the most glorious sight! I remember Wolfies, Bagel Nosh, of course the luncheonette in Woolworths. I worked at Surf Drugs as a cashier for awhile. The Fontainebleau Hotel. Anyway, if there is anyone out there who used to come in to the Little Riviera or once lived in the area, or remembers anything else about this, the theater, I'd love to hear! I know it's been ages and I do know many have passed but I believe that some could still be alive.
I was all of at that time but I know for sure at least one person IS still with us and he is 70 now! So there still could be others that are beyond Hope springs eternal I suppose. TorchSings yahoo. Guest Mar I see many mentions of Tyler's restaurant. Does anyone remember Harvey's? I think it was on lower Flagler Street.
Also, I remember a movie that was indoor, but part of it had no roof so you could see the stars while watching the movie. Guest Feb Does anyone remember a little dress shop in south miami center called judi leslie's in the 60's? Also there was a jack and jill shoe shop for little kids, and across the street was a drugstorecan't remember the name. Also was a great sandwich shop to get a 'messy bessie'it was deeeelicious.
I think the name of the place was sam and carl's. Out on dixie hwy. My husband was a law student at um during the 60's so we got to know the whole area real well.
Our very first date was at fox's sherron inn on dixie hwy. Remember the great roast beef sandwiches they had, aand the jukebox was always playing. Special times were had at The Studio, and the Castaways also. Ah, what great memories. And we cannot forget all the um football games at the Orange Bowl and the frat parties that followed.
Jane Jan Does anyone remember The Peppermint twist lounge on South Dixie Hwy and around Sunniland, it was a great place to go dancing in late 60's early 70's. How about Frankie's Pizza on Bird Road and it's still there, the pizza is square.
There was a giant fake cobra snake out in the front of it. I was only about 6 or 7 then but when I was in high school at Miami Sr High we used to go to the Wheel on 37th avenue and south of Coral Way I believethe french fries and cherry cokes were to die for and the waitresses roller skated out to take our orders.
Many good times there too but we had to share space with Gables High our enemies. I graduated high school in and have so many great memories of those places most gone now. Miami has changed drastically and not for the good I think.
Those multi million dollar clubs were just slum apartment buildings where the "winos" and hobos lived. Who knew? Everyone went to the beach there because the waves were high because there was a pier to the north and the jetties to the south where the ships would go out and it would produce huge for there waves to go surfin'.
Guest Jan does anyone remember a club call hunters in miami spring if you do email me tergesen52 yahoo. Guest Jan after reading this i want to cry i lived in hialeah for years went to alot of rocks shows an alot places all over that town i miss it.
One of my favorites. Guest Dec Please anybody remember an Fast food chain that was in Miami at the same time that Taco Bell and they closed all their stores it was a Mexican food like Taco Bell. Miami on the night shift alone, if you were looking for food after 10 Pm to 6 am that was one set of joints to go and a red headed teenager with a ponytail me probably cooked your 3 am burger or eggs at some time, listening to the all night Bob Cole Radio show on some country station while doing that work as it was the only AM Radio broadcast after 11 PM or midnight, New England Oyster House on US 1, some club on Biscayne Blvd that the owner had us cook free breakfast for all customers every night at am Everyone had to dress up to go there and I remember putting on coat and tie as a small kid to go with my parents.
Chris Nov I haven't been to South Florida in many years. I know things have changed drastically. I remember working at Corky's, later the Rascal House, and Wolfies. Corky's had buckets of sauerkraut and pickles or pickled green tomatoes on the table. Rascal House we served complimentary baskets of hot buns and little pastries for breakfast patrons, and buckets of pickles for lunch. You can't find those bargains anywhere these days. Guest Nov I remember working as a cocktail waitress at the Castaway's in North Miami Beach, going to the ocean at Haulover pier, working at Dyson's Pool company as a secretary, and all the fun nightclubs my sisters and I went to in the 70's The Other Place in Hialeah, and so many others I can't even remember.
Some of my favorite spots were Tark's on Biscayne Blvd. I remember the little hotels on the beach where my friends and I would go to on Sunday afternoon for drinks and music, I remember driving my little red MGB with the wind blowing through my hair, ahh Jack James Oct I was raised in Miami.
My parents moved to South Dade in to Howard, between S. I went to Vineland Elementary, Palmetto Jr. High, and graduated from Killian Sr. High in My Dad was an electrician working for different contractors including John Benson Electric and Mike Bradford among others. Both went to work for Eastern Airlines in the 70's and retired from Eastern. Later years I worked in carpentry around South Dade and was a manager for Wendy's when they first came to Dade County in the late 70's. Those were off the top of my head,I have so many memories, I will post more later.
Thanks for this great site. Ila Oct Oh the sweet memories of this beautiful city! I remember going into a couple of ceramics shops with my mother had to be the mid to late 50's, possibly early 60's and playing with 2 little girls, sisters, I am pretty positive their mother owned at least one of the shops. Does this joggle any memories? I miss Miami! Lynn Sep Dad would take us to the area across from the end of the runway of the Miami Airport and we would watch the planes take off and land.
Afterwards, in the car, we held our breaths to see if he would turn down that drive wasn't it gravel? So many wonderful memories of Miami in the 50's and 60's. Going to the Chesapeake restaurant was a real treat! Washington Av. They had the best 7 layer chocolate cake in the world. I can still remember that food all these years later. And Fun Fair on 79th St, best hot dogs ever! Notice how my memories involve food?! Great website and brought back wonderful memories of living there thru the 60's and early 70's.
It was just he best place at that time. Anyone remember it? Does anyone remember it or have pictures of it. Vince Jul A couple of other thoughts about my beloved Miami of old. On the NE corner in the late 50's was a "Pickin Chicken" and in the 60's just south of this same intersection on the west side of collins ave was a Lum's. Well within walking distance to the beach. Vince Jul During the Cuban Crisis, the wife and I took a trip down to Key West and from the 7 mile bridge down to Key West, wherever there was room to accommodate the Nike missile launchers there they were with great numbers of troops for support.
Guest Jul Anyone remember the "" club located exactly across the county line in NE miami? All bars were required to close at 2AM in the city limits, but as the "" was in the county, it opened at 10PM and closed at 8AM, which was when the city bars could open again. No need to be dry, you could drink 24 hours a day. Also the Little Riviera bar in Little River across the street from the State inspection station for your auto window sticker?
Lisa Jun I graduated from Miami Senior High in - there was a hamburger place called Shirley's just across the street. They had lazy susans on the table with different kinds of soup.
Guest Apr The ham eggery on rd. Grits were dyno! I lived right in back inside st. Guest Apr doe"s anybody remember Flora"s Pizza on 79th st. Brought the water from new york to make the dough! Guest Apr I remember going to see the doobie bros. Sadly it wasn't a Cutlass-Supreme or or Convertible but it ran for 20 years.
Sorry I duplicated and skipped Please note that there's no specific connection between the years but the only way I could get my lengthy narrative all in. This site is a great reminder of all that's been lost in South Florida. It is such a shame that our culture doesn't appreciate history much, and that so much has been lost.
The annual fair was called the Dade County Youth Fair back then, I'd be scared to see how that's changed. And there was this department store called The Treasury and at the mall a gift shop called Barefoot Mailman and Spencer Gifts. Thre was also a Brunswick Bowling alley near where I lived I still remember being baptized at St. Mary's Catherdral, which is probably the only thing I mention that's still there. Biscayne north of th was largely undeveloped.
We'd go to Levitz and Modernage to look at furniture. Grant and a small JC Penney. Phone numbers had letters - ours was PH; we got our phone service from Southern Bell on NW 2nd Avenue in Little River, but they had to install the phone which was black with a dial.
The monthly phone bill came with an IBM punch card to return with the payment. Richards department store downtown and on rd. Always got to watch TV commercials for an amusement park in Dania called Pirates world, but never went.
There was a Jefferson's across from where the Omni now stands and the original Sears. Sears had a separate store in the shopping center for Toys and garden supplies. And Dipper Dan ice cream. Winn-Dixie was called Kwik-Check. Going to movies at the Shores in Miami Shores. The beach all the way south where we'd park at a race track. And the local children's morning show, the Skipper Chuck Show. Mens' clothes: Lansons, Barrons. Jeans at the County Seat. I forgot the name of the cafeteria in the rd Street SS.
Dad used to go get our film developed at this camera shop in Little River called Atlantic, run by a few little old men. Many people were taking their film to these little FotoMat kiosks in parking lots.
It's unfortunate that South Florida's true glory days are over, and that so much of what made the area interesting has been demolished. A Beautiful Thing - The Tragically Hip - In Violet Light (CD used to be a lot more kosher grocers and meat places.
The rd Street shopping center was a real treat before they enclosed it, with the amusement park, A Beautiful Thing - The Tragically Hip - In Violet Light (CD birthday parties, Jordan Marsh, the Arcade, Graber's. Richard Meyer Apr Inwe used to drive past the site of the nudist colony every day in the bus home from Bethany Presbyterian Church kindergarten NW th St and 29th Pl. I'm not sure exactly where it was, but Don's guess is pretty accurate. You could never see anything from the road, just lots of trees.
I'm not sure how or why I knew about it back then as a yr oldbut it was no great secret. Guest Apr They call what Miami has now become "progress". Miami and Miami Beach was really a place worth living in years ago, now it is nothing but a disgraceful filthy toilet bowl filled with the mess it is infested with.
No or very little respect for anything historical, most everything gets or has alreafy been tossed aside as trash. Miami has truly become one of the saddest cities in the nation, and likely the world as well. Steve Jackson Apr how about getting on the skip line when you called wqam. You could talk between the busy signals to other callers. I remember that it was a short block going west from 27th Avenue, like to 27th Court, and it was a short block from north to south.
I may just have to drive up there and look in person and wherever there is newer construction then that is where it was. Sherron50 Mar Excellent, excellent website!!!
I was trying to figure out where exactly the nudist camp in Carol City was located. From what street to what street? We have a bet going. I loved to eat a cheeseburger at Bill Ross' or the sticky rolls served with the bread at Muggie's Restaurant.
Robbin P. Learned Feb Lori, You're Welcome!!!! Glad To Help. Lori Feb Thank you! If You've never been there: You definately need to Go!!!!!! I Miss that place!!!!!!! Best Regards!!!!! It has been discussed in the Old Hialeah gallery in several places if I recall correctly.
Lori Feb There was an icecream shop in the 70s at Westland Mall, It was to the right of one of the middle entrances to the Mall. I've been racking my brain to remember the name of the place. There may have been more than one location for this shop.
I was a cute fun place where children got their birthdays celebrated there. Can anyone remember the name of the shop? I Believe that MR. Flander's first namewas Frank. We all loved to sit in those little wood lined booths and eat that great food. Wasn't that the First Big Daddy's?
Seems to me it was I went to Black Caesar's Forge one time. It was way east through the overgrown road near the Bay.
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