On my walk about town, I strolled into 89 Partition Street, home of the store Dig, a portion of which was formerly Café Tamayo, and remembered from my younger days as Broomie’s. Inside, I see the old bar, the old ceiling fans.
I remember back Jimi Rowland, Stevie Atwood and others jamming in the back on the old bowling alley floors in the late 1960s. I remember hanging out on the adjoining green next to the alley (long before the “new” stonework) with those gone . . .
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