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50 Things That Turned 50 in 2014
Jeopardy, Buffalo Wings, Sandra Bullock, Plasma TV Screens...
BrainHQ from Posit Science
"Brain Training That Works"
Free and subscription-based exercises to improve your "attention, memory, brain speed, people skills, navigation and intelligence"
Want to start a charitable foundation in your community? Here's an example of a successful, all-volunteer organization celebrating its 10th year.
During our reunion weekend, Society Vice President Stan Schoonmaker hosted twenty classmates at the Dover History Museam House at 55 W. Blackwell Street. We were so impressed by the work of the Society that the Class of 1964 has since become a "life member".
A sanctuary for unwanted or mistreated animals bred in captivity in this country.
Pictured: Barry White, a white Bengal tiger.
Canon Rock (A Webmaster Selection)
YouTube medley of young guitarists playing the rock version of Johann Pachelbel's Canon in D Major, with its eight-note repeating bass line.
A YouTube slide show highlighting our Elementary School years, accompanied by Ronnie Milsap singing "In the Still of the Night".
Formerly known as the Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art, the school moved from its location at 45 Lehigh Street to the old Dover High School building on Myrtle Ave in September 1976. Joe Kubert purchased and upgraded the building in 1983. The three-year program in "sequential art" finds students working at their drawing boards 8-10 hours a day, 6-7 days a week.
Seating 100 patrons at its 69 Elliott Street location, the Dover Little Theatre has been in continuous operation since 1933. The 2014-2015 season includes such classics as Arsenic and Old Lace, Plaza Suite and Death of a Salesman.
Opening in December 1905, the Baker Theatre hosted picture shows at 7PM and vaudeville acts at 8PM, each accompanied by a seven-piece orchestra. A remodeled, fireproof incarnation with 1600 seats opened in 1924. Over the years, the theatre featured such luminaries as Lillian Russell, Helen Hayes, Ethel Barrymore, Abbott and Costello, Harry Houdini and.Burns and Allen.
Entertainers, athletes, politicians, educators, business tycoons, scientists, artists, soldiers and more!
These were our contemporaries. See how many you recognize.
It's hard to read the menu items, but it's worth the effort!
Entertainers, culture, music, sports, events and more!
"The 60s Official Site"
30-cent gasoline, the "British Invasion", Billboard's top ten hits, the Clay-Liston fight, the Ford Mustang, the World's Fair, Medicare, and so much more!