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Old 01-12-10, 04:17 PM
Johnny Bravo Johnny Bravo is offline
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Well considering the topic is Jackson memories, I figured a ton of JHS kids went to the arcade by Gold Circle, and it would be permissable. That and the mention of arcades reminded me of that one.

Stern & Manns only had one floor if I remember correctly. My mom shopped there a lot and I liked the toy store right when you walked in on the left. But I do remember a store having 2 levels....actually I think there were two clothing stores with two levels; one of them was an upper end women's store and I think the other was more of a girls (juniors) store. I can't remember the names but just remember them from shopping there for my mom and/or girlfriends.

I vaguely remember the Fazios but don't ever recall actually going there. I think we always went to McArdles.

Ok, what was the name of the record store beside The Pub? And there used to be an ice cream shop where the fireplace store is now (same structure).

Kind of caty-corner across Dressler, there used to be a pizza shop but now there's a dentist office (besides Chipotle now). Was that Nobel Romans?

Anybody remember Little Shopper at Lake Cable? Alpine drive through out in front of Miller Sales at Wales Square?
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Old 01-12-10, 04:55 PM
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Well considering the topic is Jackson memories, I figured a ton of JHS kids went to the arcade by Gold Circle, and it would be permissable. That and the mention of arcades reminded me of that one.
No worries....I just figured I'd throw that in. I spent plenty of quarters at FF.

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Stern & Manns only had one floor if I remember correctly. My mom shopped there a lot and I liked the toy store right when you walked in on the left. But I do remember a store having 2 levels....actually I think there were two clothing stores with two levels; one of them was an upper end women's store and I think the other was more of a girls (juniors) store. I can't remember the names but just remember them from shopping there for my mom and/or girlfriends.
Was Stern & Mann's down by the Hobby Shop (which was across from Aladdin's/York Steak House & adjacent the pet shop)? Wasn't aware there was a second store w/two levels. Definitely remember one, though, because you could clearly see the second level from the concourse.

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I vaguely remember the Fazios but don't ever recall actually going there. I think we always went to McArdles.
Fazios was where the food court is now.

[quote]Ok, what was the name of the record store beside The Pub? And there used to be an ice cream shop where the fireplace store is now (same structure).

Hmm...good question on that one (record store), but I unquestionably remember it. I don't remember the ice cream shop.

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Kind of caty-corner across Dressler, there used to be a pizza shop but now there's a dentist office (besides Chipotle now). Was that Nobel Romans?
That was definitely Noble Romans! My all-time favorite place to get pizza! Well, besides Guisseppe's up in Green.

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Anybody remember Little Shopper at Lake Cable?
Which plaza was that in? I remember the McArdle's & Rice in the one plaza...was LS in the plaza that Spirit Gear is now in?

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Alpine drive through out in front of Miller Sales at Wales Square?
Yup, remember that one. Used to be right next door to Friendly's. Now just part of the parking lot.

Of course, that plaza is no longer in Jackson.
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Old 01-13-10, 10:10 PM
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Little shopper was in the plaza where Kraus's pizza is on fulton road. I believe Mossers computers occupies that area now.
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Old 01-14-10, 08:31 AM
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Little shopper was in the plaza where Kraus's pizza is on fulton road. I believe Mossers computers occupies that area now.
I thought that Mossor's was where the old Lake Cable Video was.
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Old 01-14-10, 12:55 PM
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Little shopper was in the plaza where Kraus's pizza is on fulton road. I believe Mossers computers occupies that area now.
Actually I think it's an adjacent plaza. Not sure if anything occupies it now. Maybe offices upstairs?
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Old 10-28-17, 10:25 PM
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#6 is partially correct

Where Springbrook plaza is today , was only Part of Green Thumb Nursery the Barn on the property was once part of the Belden Farm... itís was an 1880ís bank barn and very well built ... in the 1960ís it was turned into a private Swim and Tennis club, then later in the early 70ís became OLIVERís Restaurant

Max and Ermaís was Mountain Jacks but before that it was The Red Bull Inn a Pittsburgh Chain

Inside Belden Village Mall there were a few two-story stores, The Parisian, The Organ Store, Ups-N-Downs, Burger King, Sears, OíNeils and Higbee who also had a Dining Room, Bakery and Candy Shop upstairs on the north side of the second floor. The Bakery was Hough and Fine Chocolates were London's
The restaurant had a name but I canít remember it .. all higbee stores had a restaurant
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Old 10-29-17, 06:24 AM
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Max and Ermaís was Mountain Jacks but before that it was The Red Bull Inn a Pittsburgh Chain.
I thought Red Bull Inn was over where the Marriott Courtyard and SpringHill Suites are now.
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