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Old 09-12-2021, 07:46 AM
 
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Do you remember at Preston Hwy and Durrett Lane a store called Almart...later it became a bank processing company

Would this be Arlens? It was a big box store, like K Mart, but I recall it had an excellent art supply section, not what you'd expect in a store like that.
I remember that store. It's where I bought my first training bra when I was something like 10 years old. Such a life-changing moment!
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Old 07-13-2022, 01:13 PM
 
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Peterson's Hardware in Middletown. My Dad usedta have a key to it & he could just leave a note for what he took that day to be added to his bill. Belknap Hardware where the big Presbyterian Center is downtown... I mentioned the Skyline Drive In...It was where Stein Mart is today... I havent been back to Louuisville since 2006 or 2007...By George Restaurant was located were the Cork & Cleaver was in Middletown. Also, in Middletown was the Dipperwell Restaurant & the Hoe Kow.
I work at the City of Middletown, Ky City Hall - could you tell me where Petersons Hardware was located?
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Old 07-22-2023, 11:29 AM
 
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My neighbor growing up was the owner of Rollo Pollo. He actually cuts my folks' grass now even though he doesn't need the money. Great guy.
That's great! Sorry it's taken years to reply to this. I was searching for more info and pictures of Rollo Pollo, and ended up finding my own comment. Do you know if he has photos of it? I can't find any anywhere.
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Old 02-20-2024, 02:13 AM
 
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Since I am probably older than you...lol Do you remember at Preston Hwy and Durrett Lane a store called Almart...later it became a bank processing company

I remember Almart! Back in the early 70's my girlfriend & I used to cut class from Durrett & eat french fries in the little restaurant at the back of the store. My mom did a lot of shopping there & I bought a bunch of LP's & 45's from Almart. I wonder why they closed?
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Old 03-24-2024, 07:54 PM
 
Location: Mauldin/Greenville
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Frisch's Big Boy has been declining locations in the Louisville region. I think now only one remaining. They are now owned by private equity and are selling locations for the real estate. Still in Lexington and Ohio. Famous for their classic Big Boy burger served with tartar sauce, unlike the national Michigan Big Boy which uses 1000 Island sauce, or Bob's Big Boy in California which uses red relish and mayo. Sorry to see them go, although they still maintain a presence in their headquarters city of Cincinnati. Many Frisch's have their own old school version of the Big Boy statue outside, although some locations have the more familiar national version of the statue. Classic American icon.
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