Tag Archives: Cincinnati

We Are All Mets Now

Sweet win for the New York Mets in last night’s NLDS Game 5 against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Full disclosure: Before the hardworking staff was a Made Yankee Fan in Boston (check out our excellent new header photo!), we were … Continue reading

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Don’t Free the Pete Rose One!

Full disclosure: In another life, the hardworking staff did seven years in Ohio. Specifically, we were in Cincinnati from 1967 to 1974, and the one thing that kept us sane was this miniature Brooklyn Bridge across the Ohio River to Kentucky. … Continue reading

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The Kick-Ash ’70s Concert We DID Catch in Cincinnati

The hardmewling staff has lately been lamenting the Allman Brothers concert we missed at Cincinnati’s Ludlow Garage in 1970. Which got us to thinking about a concert we did catch in either April, 1973 or November, 1973 at Cincinnati’s Music … Continue reading

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The Allman Brothers’ Knee-Buckling ‘Mountain Jam’ at Cincinnati’s Ludlow Garage

As the hardpining staff recently noted, we missed out – for reasons we’d rather not revisit – on the Allman Brothers’ 1970 performance at Cincinnati’s Ludlow Garage. Regardless, we’ve been obsessively listening to the tracks that – Thank Duane! – were recorded that … Continue reading

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The Night I Blew Off the Allman Brothers Band

Well the hardclicking staff came across this Cameron Crowe classic about the Allman Brothers on the terrific Longform site yesterday and it got us to thinking about the time in 1970 when Jim and Rae and Margaret and I queued up … Continue reading

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M M M My Cicada

From Saturday’s New York Times: An Invasion of 17-Year-Olds, Loud, Lusty and Six-Legged There are a few acts of nature, such as the passage of Halley’s comet or the transit of Venus, that are so rare and so dramatic as … Continue reading

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Remembering The 1979 Cincinnati Who Concert

From our Small (Media) World desk: In the wake of the hardworking staff’s Classic Cincinnati Concerts walk down Memory Lane comes this Wall Street Journal feature: The Taming of the Fans Tired of taking hits to their reputations and bottom … Continue reading

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