Monthly Archives: August 2014

Prayers and Ice for Fr. Dennis!

In previous posts, I have often written about Fr. Dennis, the current pastor of the of the Catholic churchs in Duquesne; Holy Name, St. Hedwig’s and St. Joseph’s. All three churchs are part of the Christ the Light of the … Continue reading

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Eastland’s Slag Dump

This morning, one of our friends, Jack Schalk commented on my recent post –  Eastland – Always on our Minds I left Duquesne in 1959 and never had a knowledge of Eastland or its environs. In my mind, I can’t even … Continue reading

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Eastland – Always on our Minds

Awhile ago, one of my friends on Facebook posted a comment as well as an article about some proposed changes to Century III Mall in West Mifflin. Although I have been to the mall many times over the years, I … Continue reading

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What Was Your Favorite Kennywood Ride?

Everyone seemed to enjoy reading about Kennywood from my last post. I was discussing Kennywood’s rides with a friend that also grew-up in Duquesne after they had read the post. The discussion turned into a debate about what was the … Continue reading

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Kennywood On Our Minds

I have no idea what has prompted me to write about Kennywood again, but before the summer whizzes by us, permit me to share some personal recollection with you……. My fondest and not-so-fond Kennywood memories in no particular order: Going … Continue reading

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