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The problem with being fascinated...

…is that you buy stuff. Now that I finally read that book on Freedomland–the “Disneyland of the East” that lasted for just five seasons on the site in the Bronx where Co-op City stands now–I wanted a piece of it. 82 more words

Deep Thoughts & Fun Stuff

Today in Food History

Also, on this day in 1910 Joy Adamson was born. Naturalist and author of ‘Born Free’ about Elsa, a lion cub. She had also researched culinary and medicinal uses of various plants in Kenya. 71 more words

Today In Food History

Can having a Baby Later in Life Equal Mom Longevity?

Did you hear that actress Betty White turned 95 years old today?

Happy Birthday!

From info that I gathered on the Internet, she doesn’t have any biological children. 318 more words

Sweet Home

This Week in Food History - 01/16/2017

This marks the beginning of our newest Blog segment. We thought a bit of a nibble on food history bites might be a good way to nourish our minds at the beginning of the week. 404 more words

Food Facts & Lore

2016 NYC Trip Photos #27: Queens of the Modern Age

Previously on Midlife Crisis Crossover:

Every year from 1999 to 2015 my wife Anne and I took a road trip to a different part of the United States and visited attractions, wonders, and events we didn’t have back home in Indianapolis.

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2016 NYC Trip Photos #25: Yesterday's World of Tomorrow

Previously on Midlife Crisis Crossover:

Every year from 1999 to 2015 my wife Anne and I took a road trip to a different part of the United States and visited attractions, wonders, and events we didn’t have back home in Indianapolis.

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The Unisphere

This is the Unisphere in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in Queens, New York.  It was commissioned for the New York World’s Fair of 1964 – 1965. 91 more words

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