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  • in reply to: The Ghosts of Columbus Past #1057742

    Of course I’m sure this place is long gone as well, met some very good friends here as well

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    in reply to: The Ghosts of Columbus Past #1057741

    Not sure if i can scroll back to find the post, but yes, when Fazio’s left Columbus, i do believe there was a chain that did move in to those former locations, and yes, i do think they were called Cash and Carry, not Kash n’ Karry, as that was a former local chain here in the Tampa Bay Metro area, rebranded as Sweetbay Supermarket Supermarket beginning in 2004, and subsequently sold to Bi-Lo, the parent company of Winn dixie. in 2012

    in reply to: The Ghosts of Columbus Past #1057642

    Of course, the other phenomena was this former Fotomat located in Great Southern Shopping Center at S High St and I 270; somebody had the brilliant idea to repurpose the structure into an Italian/Chinese drive-thru, and while I really can’t recall the name (I think it was called Presutti & Chin), the food left a more lasting impression; horrible! Did they have any other locations in CMH?

    in reply to: Welcome New Poster – Say Hello & Introduce Yourself #1057639

    Just wanted to say hi and thanks for the nice welcome. I’m Lance, a Columbus native and current “ex-pat” now located in the Tampa Bay region of Florida.

    Apparently my sense of wanderlust kicked in while I was looking around for some former Columbus Landmarks and I stumbled into the Ghosts of Columbus’ Past topic. Needless to say, I’ve managed to kill off about 90 minutes reading through the posts, and had to add one of own.

    in reply to: The Ghosts of Columbus Past #1057609

    I just stumbled across this particular topic a few minutes ago, it brought back a ton of memories growing up in Columbus.

    I hope I’m not repeating an earlier post, but one of my particular tech faves was the QUBE remote. For those not familiar, it was an early interactive TV control, about the size of a mailbox, “conveniently” corded, of course. And when you had that “AHA!” moment when you found out that you could simply pry open the side of the console, and realize that a simple, well placed paper clip opened up a completely new world (soft core porno) of entertainment options.

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