Bowling alleys have history to spare

sportBowling alleys have history to spare
PRENTICE – Standing the test of time, small hometown bowling alleys are being preserved for future generations. The nostalgia of the hardwood lanes in many of the alleys dates back to the 1940s and 1950s at the start of the bowling craze. “It’s a fun …
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When Thugs and Hustlers Ruled Dark Alleys
Many bowling alleys today are places where the martinis cost you at least as much as the bowling and a mirror ball twirls over neon lanes while a D.J. shouts in the booming dark. But those who roamed them between dusk and dawn in 1960s New York City recall …
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America’s Coolest Bowling Alleys (PHOTOS)
Quick: which sport do the most Americans play? If you guessed football or baseball, guess again. It’s bowling. More than 70 million Americans bowled last year, according to the Bowling Proprietors’ Association of America. “People of all ages can do it …
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