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Stephen Goodfellow (Admin)
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Registered: 6-2003
Posted on Tuesday, August 05, 2008 - 9:06 am:   

Marvin Rieli, my ear and eye on the cultural goings-on in Detroit, insisted that we go visit Skippers bar, which he had just opened. Already the place was hoppin' and became one of my favorite hang-outs.
I remember Sandy Zenisek's wonderful mural, Jerome Ferretti's wild images staring out of the wall at me. Let me know if you were in that tribe too - I'll place you on the "Stray Dog" roster.
Also, check out Skippers tribe on the main site; there's over 300 images waiting for you. Are you in one of them?
Posted on Tuesday, August 05, 2008 - 8:01 pm:   

Working at The Elwood back in the first part of the 90's, I was fortunate enough to come to know several of those folks and dear Skip himself...spent a night or two in his wonderful place there. Quite a treasure. Was GREAT seeing some of these pics - familiar faces and friends... Thank you so much
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