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Old 04-08-2010, 11:13 AM
 
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My first concert at Market Square was either Aerosmith or Allman Brothers I'm not sure which in about 1976 or 77 and I saw Mellencamp 2 or 3 times there.
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Old 04-09-2010, 11:14 AM
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Those dang stair in the old Market Square Arena were nearly the death of me several time when I was a teenager!
Think of how I feel I was barely 6!!! I miss discovery zone around 86 th street
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Old 04-09-2010, 12:57 PM
 
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I just thought of something I miss from the old days-High diving boards-none of the pools have them anymore. Liability -sue happy people
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Old 05-23-2010, 04:15 AM
 
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flakey jakes on washington and franklin road
linders on 10th and post
sylvia likens house just east of new york and sherman
i remember when target was at washington and franklin
i believe the golds gym on washington was cub foods
and the old low bills at washington and sherman was a marsh or a cub foods before that...i lived on bradley just east of there from 1988 when i was born til 1996


the eastside has gone to hell even since i was a kid.....so many empty boarded up buildings...the eastgate mall area is a wasteland
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Old 05-23-2010, 10:24 AM
 
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I just thought of something I miss from the old days-High diving boards-none of the pools have them anymore. Liability -sue happy people
At age eight or so, I went off the high-dive board at a public pool. ONCE. I got up there, looked down and decided to head back to solid ground.

Unfortunately, other swimmers were already climbing up the ladder behind me, so I had no real choice but to jump.

It was terrifying .....
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Old 05-24-2010, 02:45 PM
 
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flakey jakes on washington and franklin road
linders on 10th and post
sylvia likens house just east of new york and sherman
i remember when target was at washington and franklin
i believe the golds gym on washington was cub foods
and the old low bills at washington and sherman was a marsh or a cub foods before that...i lived on bradley just east of there from 1988 when i was born til 1996


the eastside has gone to hell even since i was a kid.....so many empty boarded up buildings...the eastgate mall area is a wasteland
It certainly has changed alot- unfourtunatly not for the best-I grew up on the eastside around 10th and post from early 1960s til i moved out in the early 1980s.It was great back then-Gee I wonder what happened?
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Old 05-25-2010, 09:35 AM
 
Location: EAST-SIDE INDIANAPOLIS
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10th and post is still great...for me. I live in the area bordered by franklin to the east post to the west and washington and 10th north south. Still not a bad area at all. Lots of families with kids....I do miss the flakey jakes though.
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Old 05-25-2010, 09:53 AM
 
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10th and post is still great...for me. I live in the area bordered by franklin to the east post to the west and washington and 10th north south. Still not a bad area at all. Lots of families with kids....I do miss the flakey jakes though.
Yeah-your right it's not all bad-sounds like you live in my old neighborhood-i have alot of wonderful old memories from growing up around there.
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Old 05-25-2010, 10:03 AM
 
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Yup thats my neighborhood I grew up in, that an the one right across the street. Its just a solidly working class neighborhood. I'm not so naieve to think it doenst have some issues but people make THE ENTIRE eastside out to be a war zone, its just not the case.
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Old 05-25-2010, 02:29 PM
 
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Yup thats my neighborhood I grew up in, that an the one right across the street. Its just a solidly working class neighborhood. I'm not so naieve to think it doenst have some issues but people make THE ENTIRE eastside out to be a war zone, its just not the case.
I don't know how far back you go,but do you remember the Shaws Drugstore and the A&P at Boehning and 10th? Then there was Bells Pharmacy(with a soda & ice cream fountain) across the street along with a hardware store and Moores Market.Moores had an old coke machine with 6oz cokes for 5 cents.Those were the days.
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