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And let us not forget the lunch counter pharmacies! The Rexall had the best carrot cake I've ever had (mother's recipe) and the son also ran concessions for concerts that I worked a number of. Fairvilla when there was a movie theater and a bowling alley And remember the Parkwood Plaza? There used to be a sign directly across the hwy from Fields, it was a lighted sign of a cowboy with a lasso and the lasso moved around, I was in grade school and it seemed so cool.

also saw on wikipedia that WCIX in Miami was a superstation in Florida. am a first-time poster and as a resident of Central Fl since 1977 this is a great thread! I barely remember even the name of this place, let alone what they had.

A lot of the store mentioned, with fondness, earlier in the thread were music stores. Also, since one dinner theatre was mentioned, we should also remember Sebastian's, which went kaput in '74 and reopened as The Phoenix, which also shortly went kaput. Amc theatre near fashion square mall-now summit church Ame's - Either took over from Zayre's or ??

Had a great porch to eat on with a tin roof and they'd pump cool water out of the springs onto the roof to help keep it cool. He did so a bit before the Napster, then i Tunes, revolutions made record/CD stores less lucrative. also, Orlando Sports Stadium-some amazing headliners there back in the day Also, Patio Grill in Longwood did it become Bonefish Grill?

I don't think Murmur closed up because it went bust, I think Don was just tired and wanted to do something else. Also, I'm pretty devastated to just recently learn that Room 39 (my favorite dtown Orlando bar) apparently is deceased?

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" asked a friend of mine about this they said: Audio Spectrum: The first "High End" audio store in the Fashion Square Mall.

Back in about '87 there was this book/toy store i THINK it was on I-Drive. ) and I guess i never really payed too much attention to the name. and Kilroy's Restaurant, And last (for now) how about the Inferno on the South Trail?

It had learning toys and games, and what I remember the MOST was right at the entrance of this store was a HUGE chess board on the ground accompanied with these HUGE chess pieces! That is how I found this site.....trying to figure out how to find out the name of that book/toy store. So hopefully someone knows & remembers what i'm talking about! I have a 4 yr old now myself & i wish he couldve enjoyed these places like I did! Two night clubs inside - don't remember the names but one was an oldies club that the group "Clutch" would perform and the other a strip club.

Audio Spectrum: The first "High End" audio store in the Fashion Square Mall.

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