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Mermaids at the Boomerang Lodge in Aspen, Colorado, the winter of 1962-63... The Boomerang Lodge, designed by owner Charlie Paterson, a Frank Lloyd Wright-trained architect . . .
Tags: boomerang  lodge      aspen      colorado 
Added: 16th December 2008
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Posted By: Teresa
The Boomerang Lodge 1963 i love the cars!
Tags: vintage      photo      boomerang  lodge      aspen        colorado 
Added: 19th December 2008
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Posted By: Teresa
Jughead does hip-hop Sugar Sugar The good old days are here again...-Return to Riverdale when Jughead Jones of the Archies does an odd hip-hop rap version of "Sugar Sugar" in this TV clip. (The Archies become real-life characters in the 1990 TV movie "Return to Riverdale." Archie Andrews, Betty Cooper, Veronica Lodge, Jughead Jones, and Reggie Mantle come to life as well as Big Ethel and Principal Waldo Weatherbee. It's an interesting attempt to adapt the comic strip characters, imaging them as adults 15 years after their high school graduation).
Tags: Riverdale  Jughead  hip-hop  rap 
Added: 2nd April 2009
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Posted By: mia_bambina
The Kidnapping of Frank Sinatra Jr Frank Sinatra Jr. was kidnapped from the Harrah's Lodge at South Lake Tahoe December 8, 1963. Frank Sinatra Sr. paid a $240,000 ransom for the return of his son. With little to go on the FBI made three arrests. The denied it was a publicity stunt for Sinatra.
Tags: The  Kidnapping  of  Frank  Sinatra  Jr 
Added: 9th December 2014
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Posted By: Cathy
North American Soccer League The North American Soccer League was supposed to be the 'next big thing' in sports. It lasted 17 seasons but it failed to dislodge the traditional team sports from their longtime perch as fan favorites. The league began in 1968 with the merger of two small pro leagues and lasted until 1984. At the peak of the NASL's popularity in the late 1970s, it had 24 teams. The New York Cosmos (who featured Pele and Franz Beckenbauer on their roster) sometimes drew 70,000 fans to Giants Stadium. However, the league average never exceeded 15,000 fans per game and some teams struggled to draw 5,000. By its last season, the NASL had dwindled to nine teams. By the time the final NASL game was played between the Chicago Sting and Toronto Blizzard, only three teams were solvent. To Europeans, the NASL was perceived as soccer's version of an elephants' graveyard where players long past their primes could extend their careers for sizable money. The Euro stars, despite their diminishing skills, accounted for large chunks of teams' payrolls that could have been better spent fostering North American talent. Traditionalists were also put off by the NASL's gimmicks to Americanize the sport: a liberalized offside rule, game clocks that counted downward instead of upward, penalty shootouts to break ties, and a crazy points system that rewarded goals scored as well as wins. In the end, the NASL managed to alienate traditional soccer fans while failing to attract new ones.
Tags: NASL  soccer 
Added: 12th April 2011
Views: 918
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Posted By: Lava1964
Ruffian Last Race - 1975 Generally considered the greatest filly of all time, Ruffian won her first ten races by an average of 8.5 lengths. A fast starter, she never trailed at any interval in any of her 10 races. Some horse racing insiders dared to say Ruffian had the potential to be better than 1973 Triple Crown winner Secretariat. Ruffian's eleventh and final race was run at Belmont Park on July 6, 1975. It was a match race between Ruffian and that year's Kentucky Derby winner, Foolish Pleasure. In the past, the two horses had shared the same jockey, Jacinto Vasquez. Vasquez chose to ride Ruffian in the match race, believing her to be the better of the two horses. (Bettors agreed; Ruffian was a 2:5 favorite.) Braulio Baeza rode Foolish Pleasure. The "Great Match" was heavily anticipated and attended by more than 50,000 spectators, with an estimated television audience of 20 million. As she left the starting gate Ruffian hit her shoulder hard before straightening herself. The first quarter-mile was run 22 and 1⁄5 seconds, with Ruffian ahead by a nose. Little more than a furlong later, Ruffian was in front by half a length when both sesamoid bones in her right foreleg snapped. Vasquez tried to pull her up, but the filly wouldn't stop. She went on running, pulverizing her sesamoids, ripping the skin of her fetlock, tearing her ligaments until her hoof was flopping uselessly. Vasquez said it was impossible for him to stop her. She still tried to run and finish the race. She was immediately attended to by a team of four veterinarians and an orthopedic surgeon, and underwent an emergency operation lasting three hours. When the anesthesia wore off after the surgery, she thrashed about wildly on the floor of a padded recovery stall as if still running in the race. Despite the efforts of numerous attendants, she began spinning in circles on the floor. As she flailed about with her legs, she repeatedly knocked the heavy plaster cast against her own elbow until the elbow, too, was smashed to bits. The vet that treated her said that her elbow was shattered and looked like a piece of ice after being smashed on the ground. The cast slipped, and as it became dislodged it ripped open her foreleg all over again, undoing the surgery. The medical team, knowing that she would probably not survive more extensive surgery for the repair of her leg and elbow, euthanized her shortly afterward. She was buried at Belmost Park with her nose facing the finish line.
Tags: Ruffian  horse  racing 
Added: 7th July 2012
Views: 1553
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Posted By: Lava1964
Ozzie Nelson Orchestra from Honeymoon Lodge Before The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet Ozzie had his big band!
Tags: Ozzie  Nelson  Orchestra  from  Honeymoon  Lodge  1943    The  Adventures  of  Ozzie  and  Harriet  Harriet  Nelson 
Added: 16th November 2015
Views: 1003
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Posted By: Cathy

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