Absolutely Lou Malnati's for pizza.
Lots of favorites on everybody's lists for sure.
Adding The Green Berets unless I missed it somewhere already.
When they announced the game at the Shoe I was looking very forward to seeing Zaltan with PSG vs. Real (Ronaldo) on July 29th.
Yep sad day indeed. Mamie Rollins helped start the Women's T/F & Cross Country teams at OSU.
RIP Chico and Mamie!!!
Thanks Woah Nellie for the great article and memories of the Holy Diver.
I can't remember the timeframe of Buckeye Grove planting but I am pretty certain that it takes a number of months after the AA's are announced for the respective trees to get planted.
At least you get to see them live. I had to get VHS tapes sent to me by my parents during the Gulf War. Damn I sound like an old fart with a "Back in My Day" reference....lol
Bands: Rush, Zeppelin, Who, Floyd
Musicians: Hendrix, Peart, Entwistle, Plant
I am sure it will be out on their front lawn and not inside. She invited me on FB to it and I asked if I could share it here and she was fine with that. She is excited to have as many folks stop by possible for a great cause.
Excellent choice and it was a great concert!!!!!
The album that my friend played for me at his house in the spring of '76. Was a 9 year old and it started a going-on over 40-year admiration of the greatest 3-man rock band in history!!!
Hi fellow 11W's!!! If you are looking for breakfast in the morning as you take in all the sights before heading to the Shoe, my nephew's girlfriend's sorority is having a pancake fundraiser from 9-Noon for an excellent cause. The Gamma house is @ 43 E. 15th so right near High St.
The ladies of Gamma Phi Beta invite you to the Second Annual Gamma Phi Phlapjack Pancake Breakfast at the Gamma Phi Beta House on Saturday, April 16th.
For a suggested donation of $5 you get all you can eat pancakes and delicious toppings! All proceeds benefit our local philanthropy, Girls on the Run of Franklin County.
***Cash, card, or checks (made payable to Gamma Phi Beta) will be accepted***
Girls on the Run is an organization that seeks to inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident. GOTR accomplishes this through an after school program for 3rd - 8th grade girls. The 24 week program teaches the girls all about healthy lifestyle choices, confidence, and ends with a 5k! Girls on the Run envisions a world where "every girl knows and activates her limitless potential and is free to boldly pursue her dreams."
My daughter will be in the matinee performance of her show this Saturday so won't be able to attend.
Look forward to watching recording of the BTN coverage and more importantly all of the 1st hand accounts here from the 11W-Nation in attendance. Go BUCKS!!!!!
And sadly the "Yes Sir!!!!" they continually play is the putt on 17 with the great Verne Lundquist but it started with the Eagle on 15, with a better delivery, by the equally great (and wrongly completely removed from CBS golf, in my humble opinion)...Ben Wright!!!
It's going to be extremely strange to not hear Nantz throw things to David Fah-her-ety anymore. It already has been weird with earlier tournaments this year.
Since I am taking him for her, I didn't pay a dime... :-) She wanted as close to center-line mid-A deck as possible and not get shut-out of great seats. Somehow the website that she was going through for the game sent her to that site. We were going back and forth on seats between the site she was on and Ticketmaster that I was on and when she said she had seats in 22A mid-level I said I can't get that to come up on Ticketmaster and told her to go for it. When she got to the pricing page before putting her CC in she went, uh no thanks let's go with the seats I had pulled up...lol
Yep bought this morning via my sister-in-law who wants me to take my nephew for her...:-) It was insane as she was on some secondary ticket site while I was on the Ticketmaster site. Price difference was close to $300 more for 2 tickets in essentially the same area of 20A/22A on east side.
We'll be in Club Section 4, Row 16.
Definitely a bucket list item to get there some year to add to my list of tournaments I have seen. Going to guess that there isn't any set schedule of when players will be on the course for practice so I agree with the others who have said walking the course backwards from 18 will get you viewing the entire course and you will hear rumblings from patrons as you go as to who is where on the course at a given time.
Have an awesome time!!!! Looking forward to a few choice pics posted here...:-)
I absolutely agree with you Arsenal7 on all of your counts. I am not as strong a Gunners fan as you are, of that I am absolutely certain. I guess I am just enjoying the fantastic story part of Leicester's season along with always rooting Arsenal for the title. Guess for us stateside it's kind of reminiscent of a team like Tampa Bay playing in the World Series ahead of astronomical budget teams in Boston and New York.
My office is just down the road from the Beekman Fields and it has been interesting to watch, as I do my daily power-walking lunch laps around the loop, the building/construction of the gorgeous new Field-Turf rugby field right off of Kenny Rd next to the pond/fountain. It replaced one of the two grass fields that used to be there. They were spreading something on it yesterday I think as a filler material.
It has been fun to watch not only Leicester City this year but also to watch the early-season collapse of the defending EPL champs at Chelsea where they were almost in the relegation-zone for most of the first 1/4 of the season. With Chelsea currently in 10th would that be the worst finish for a defending EPL champion in modern times???
Even though I root for Arsenal, would love to see Leicester pull it off and complete the season with the title!!!
Definitely a second on The Bagel on N. Broadway St. and Original Pancake House.
Lou Malnati's on Wells between Hubbard and Illinois just off the Brown Line.
Dim Sum @ MingHin in Chinatown.
Rockit Burger on Clark just outside of left-field of Wrigley.
Rockwell's Neighborhood Grill right off of the Rockwell stop on the Brown Line. A bit of a ways from downtown though.
Art Institute is always a must for us if you love fine art.
Exactly what I was wondering Cecsix.
When my father's job got moved from Dayton to New Hampshire back in the late 90's, part of the re-location deal that the company offered was that if they agreed to sell their home for the median price of 3 independent appraisals, they would pay them 10% of that selling price as a bonus.