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Joey La Rosa: @Al Mezzapella.......I see you said your on facebook... Im going to friend request you. Accept me...I have some amazing pictures of LaRosa's Bakery on there. Also some pictures of Bushwick also..Enjoy.....
AL MEZZAPELLA: I lived in Lindenhurst, moved out in 1995 to Pennsylvania!!! My son still teaches in Islip!!! Then to florida in 2001!!!
I'm a gutsy guy, but you would "NEVER", get me in......
Linda Lanigan: What a great site! Lived at 12 Bleecker beetween Buswick and Evergreen. Mr. & Mrs. Muller's Deli on the corner of Bleecker and Evergreen, and Mike and Emma candy store on the corner......
Mary Jane (Saccheri) Palma: Wow! This is such a find. Found this site this morning and it's going to take several of these notes to recall so many fond memories of St. Barbara's and Brooklyn. I......
Kathleen M.: I grew up on Menahan Street between Knickerbocker Avenue & Wilson Avenue, as did Bill Schumm...remember Billy? When it rained, we used to play board games in the tiny "lobby" that had the brass......
anon (cpe-74-68-13-194.si.res.rr.com): I remember LaRosa's Bakery. I rememeber the LaRosa Family that owned the building I lived in at 191 Menahan St. We were The Mauceri Family. My Sister married into the DeCarlo Family that lived on......
Karen (Legault) Perry: I googled St. Barbara's and stumbled upon this site.....I cannot believe after all these years it would be this easy to find people you have lost touch with but shared in such wonderful childhood memories....after......
Susan Luciano (Monti): My husband and I pass through the neighborhood every so often and still get believe how our streets have changed. Some of the new houses built look like Army barracks but still all the memories......
JoAnn LaForte: I can't believe I am reading all this stuff. I lived on 130 Grove Street - bet. Central/Evergreen, from birth  till we also did the mass 60's exodus (right after the beatles came)......
Richie Fisher: Hey there Warren! I have to be honest, I almost fell off my chair reading
your E Mail and I FLEW off my chair when I read your letter on the
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