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yes i did. go to my website for details. quick – let’s get outta here before warren catches us. robbie
Let’s make everyone pass a test and undergo a background check. This is clearly a case of National Security ! Let’s hope that Warren get’s the job of Monitor. We need someone to decide who will qualify for the right to belong to Cinema Treasures. Let’s screen-out all of the unworthy.
These off topic remarks cause no real problem. There appear to be no photos nor other historical information at this time.If not for these comments nothing would be posted here. The community that has gathered on this page is all that is left of the Embassy- that is memories.I do believe that for extended personal communication, email would be a good choice, however, those who gathered at The Embassy should be welcome to come together here.
do any of the people who hung around at the embassy luncheonette remember a guy named Henny Metzger ?
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It appears to be the same building. By the time I saw it in the mid 1960’s, it had a different look. Also, the angle of the phot doesn’t reveal the lobby area. That would tell me for certain. Thanks for the posting. I would love to know if anyone has later photos ?
I seem to remember that The Mother’s of Invention and The Fugs, two seminal 60’s bands, performed at The Garrick . Each having an extended run. I can’t say for certain but it was probably around 1966.I would love to know if anyone has more information about this.
It’s all been said, but I want to add my regrets- Jahn’s is a big part of my childhood memories. It is forever connected with my many trips to The Keith’s with my parents. .
For Mopella- Please email me at robbiedupree@earthlink…i would love to talk with youu- robbie
jack- if you want to talk off this site email me at robbiedupree.com
never heardof them..may be younger. i left the nabe in 68
sad to say but i was a member
thanks marian…i was also a close friend of the family back in those days. paulie and i sung in street corner groups. east new york park, crescent street and fountain ave. were our spots robbie
mvitale- yes, Gaytana was Paulies little sister. they lived at 82 weldon street . robbie
hi jack- so nice to hear from you. say hello to john for me. it’s great to hear from old friends. robbie
im back after a long absence from the site. glad to see all the chat about the neighborhood. i hung around crescent street circa 62-65 with paulie gazzarra, speedo, donny laruuffa, foxy and others. anyone ? remember robbie
does anyone have a photo of the embassy ?
While looking through a movie book it dawned on me that the last movie I saw at The Warwick was King of the Khyber Rifles . Looks like it was 1953. I was a little kid but I remember the movie very well. Probably not that interesting to most, but it placed it in time for me. Robbie
What a shame. Aside from a few off color remarks, I found the exchange of memories quite entertaining. Oh well -robbie
can anyone explain to me why there are no postings on the Embassy, Willard anymre ? robbie
This theatre is not for sale any longer. It was purchased and is ow enjoying a revival. All summer long they ran a special Independent film series along with their usual booking of current Hollywood films. robbie
sorry for my typo- meant to say Broadway it is Now UPAC. robbie
i know the other theater’s- this is the one at 323 wall street. the Broadway is not Ulster Performing Arts Center- still completely intact and now used for concerts and stage shows. the operahouse was destroyed.i don’t reallyknow who to ask about details but i will try next time i am in Kingston. robbie
this site has some very cool pictures of the current theatre- looks to be in pretty decent shape. the buliding is for sale. robbie