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« on: September 23, 2016, 04:01:56 pm »

I am going to to a WFUV reunion tomorrow night - taking over Ann and Tony's; the organizers forgot it is homecoming weekend. With our event at 6:30, any thoughts on where to park?
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« Reply #1 on: September 23, 2016, 04:19:10 pm »

I am going to to a WFUV reunion tomorrow night - taking over Ann and Tony's; the organizers forgot it is homecoming weekend. With our event at 6:30, any thoughts on where to park?

At the train station near your house.   Grin
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« Reply #2 on: September 23, 2016, 04:21:49 pm »

Opposite the Retail Market on Arthur Avenue, which is on your left as you are driving south about three or four blocks south of Fordham Road is a Public Parking lot with metered parking. Until recently, you could enter by turning right from Arthur Avenue. Now, you must go around the block, i.e., turn right at Pasqualle Rigolettos on the corner and right again on the next block. Drive north and it's about 75 yards on your right. Be sure to place your ticket on the dashboard in front of the driver's side of the car before departing the parking lot.

The Retail market is just before Mario's on your left and Emilia's on your right as you drive south on Arthur Avenue. Enjoy your evening!
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« Reply #3 on: September 25, 2016, 10:31:36 pm »

Thanks Joe; as soon as I made the left onto Arthur Ave, someone was pulling out on my left side - pulled in and no charges; greeted by more Fordham students than I had seen in ages - and then walked toward Mugz; great night seeing old FUV friends and  family - brought us all back to the third floor of Keating where we lined to improvise and do the job at hand -
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« Reply #4 on: September 26, 2016, 12:59:56 am »

No problem, Chi-town. I'm proud to be a WFUV alum, albeit for a short time. Prior to discovering the Sailing team in April of my frosh year, 1955, I broadcast the noon Mass for "Shut-ins" from the third floor chapel in Keating…The Blue Chapel?…and had the job of creating and sending out press releases.
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« Reply #5 on: September 26, 2016, 05:29:48 pm »

No problem, Chi-town. I'm proud to be a WFUV alum, albeit for a short time. Prior to discovering the Sailing team in April of my frosh year, 1955, I broadcast the noon Mass for "Shut-ins" from the third floor chapel in Keating…The Blue Chapel?…and had the job of creating and sending out press releases.

Yes, it is called the Keating Blue Chapel. Beautiful Blue Stained Glass. Quiet place to study.
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