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Long Island 70s Kid Home Blog The Era Childhood Food Places Toys Music The Era Media Gallery Long Island 70s Arcade Long Island 70s TV Long Island 70s Radio Long Island Links Food for thought… Resources About FAQ Submissions 70s Store Islip MacArthur Airport Nestled in the center of the island, Islip MacArthur Airport has long-served local commuters and travelers alike, who prefer this less hectic alternative to its two big brothers to the East. It’s come a long way from its humble beginnings, growing exponentially over the years, but it still retains its small town charm. Read Full Article Fire Island Five miles south from Long Island, NY, across the Great South Bay, sits a small, unassuming paradise of sorts. A vacation spot to some, a residence to others, and host to numerous class field trips throughout the years, Fire Island remains one of those natural treasures that, once experienced, lingers in the memory like the face of a long lost friend. Read Full Article Happyland They might not have agreed upon the name of the place, but for two decades, families on Long Island frequented a little amusement park in Bethpage officially called Happyland. You might know it as Nunley’s, Smiley’s, or by the name of the restaurant next door, Jolly Roger. One thing we can agree on is that it sure was a fun place for a 70s kid to visit. Read Full Article Lake Ronkonkoma There are countless legends and mysteries woven within Long Island’s rich history. One of the oldest and most enduring concerns Lake Ronkonkoma and the tragedy that befell a Native-American princess. If you grew up in the surrounding area in the 1970s, you are undoubtedly aware of this ominous Lady of the Lake. Read Full Article Mary’s Grave There are countless urban legends associated with Long Island, but none more pervasive nor frightening as the place called Mary’s Grave. Every 1970s kid has heard the gruesome stories from friends and siblings, and many a brave teenager has even paid a visit to Mary’s supposed final resting place, wherever that may be. Read Full Article Korvette’s It’s hard to find a Long Islander from decades past who doesn’t remember shopping at Korvette’s. One of the first discount department stores to emerge from the 1950s, they are best remembered for their low prices and, perhaps surprisingly, their outstanding music departments. Once plentiful on the Island, they sadly never made it out of the 1970s. Read Full Article Smithtown Theater With so many historical places having disappeared on Long Island over the years, it’s always nice to report when one is still there. Such is the case with the Smithtown Theater. Now known as the Smithtown Center for the Performing Arts, this little theater has been entertaining locals for an astounding eighty years and counting. Read Full Article Dairy Barn For over fifty years, Long Island locals have enjoyed a luxury nonexistent in the rest of the country, a little drive-in convenience store called Dairy Barn. Once in abundance throughout the island, they are sadly growing more scarce with each passing year and their extinction would appear immenent. But they can’t take the memories away. Read Full Article My Father’s Place No discussion of Long Island’s music scene would be complete without mention of My Father’s Place, a little club located in Roslyn that was an epicenter of musical talent in the 70s. And though it was open for a mere 16 years and has long since dimmed its lights, it will always hold a fond place in the hearts of many a local music fan. Read Full Article Wetson’s Find a bunch of New Yorkers waxing nostalgic over hamburgers from the good old days and you’re likely to hear Wetson’s enter the conversation. The restaurant’s history is brief, slayed mercilessly during the fast food wars of the 1970s. Still, amongst those who had the pleasure, it remains one of the most fondly remembered burger joints from the era. Read Full Article Drive-In Movies Drive-In movies once dotted the landscape of Long Island, providing inexpensive summertime entertainment to millions of families. Today, they exist solely in our memories, a reminder of a simpler time before the birth of the megoplex concrete bunkers that began to infest the landscape. Read Full Article Nassau Coliseum Located just off the Hempstead Turnpike, Nassau Coliseum has served the Long Island community since opening its doors in 1972. Throughout the 1970s and beyond, it has served as host to countless events, from sports to concerts to the circus big top. Suffice to say, there are few locals who haven’t visited this arena at one time or another. Read Full Article Woolco The 1970s saw a surge in popularity for discount department stores all across the country. One such place was Woolco, a store that reared its head on Long Island in 1976, and enjoyed success through the remainder of the decade. Unfortunately, when the next decade arrived, those once-busy retail outlets would soon become extinct. Read Full Article Smith Haven Mall Only months before the 70s decade rolled in, the Smith Haven Mall opened its doors to the public. Centrally located in Lake Grove, it was a welcome news to a populace fed up with driving to Roosevelt Field for their shopping. Today, it sadly resembles every other mall in the country. But back in the day, it was quite the sight to see. Read Full Article TSS Those who grew up on Long Island in the 70s likely remember the Times Square Stores, or as they were better known, TSS. Although never exactly plentiful, these department stores were memorable for their discount prices in the pre Wal-Mart era. Today, they exist only in our memories. Read Full Article Roller Rinks Skating has a rich tradition on Long Island, and enjoyed a surge of popularity in the 70s. Back then, there was a plethora of roller rinks to lace up a pair of skates and travel in a circle with your friends for a few hours. Sadly, those places are few and far between today. Let’s take a look back at some of the more memorable places to skate during the decade. Read Full Article Pop Shoppe If you were a big fan of soda back in the day (and really, what kid wasn’t?), you might have stumbled across a short-lived chain of stores called The Pop Shoppe. Offering a seemingly endless array of flavors, once you finished drinking your hand-picked supply of soft drinks, you could head back, return your bottles, and start all over again. Read Full Article Roy Rogers Once a popular fast food chain, with locations scattered across Long Island during the 70s, Roy Rogers had a little something for everyone on the menu, but its days were numbered. Today, although the franchise survives in other parts of the country, local fans of the restaurant can no longer get their fix on the island. Read Full Article Old Bethpage Village Restoration The Old Bethpage Village Restoration might seem a topic more appropriate for an 1870s website than a 1970s one, if it weren’t for the fact that so many of us visited this historic “living museum” as schoolchildren during the decade. Let’s take a look back at this living museum that has both educated and entertained thousands of visitors, young and old, over the years. Read Full Article Islip Speedway When warmer weather arrived each year, so began the roar of engines emanating from the town of Islip. Built in 1947, Islip Speedway served as a haven for racing enthusiasts throughout the 70s decade and even hosted six NASCAR races during its successful run. Today, it is but a memory, a remnant of what was once a thriving form of entertainment on the island. Read Full Article Explore the 1970s by clicking on the articles below! Childhood Flintstones Vitamins The Last Day of School Time Out Wacky Packages Ben Cooper The Hilarious House of Frightenstein Show me more Food Mr. Bones C&C Cola Bomb Pop Choco’Lite Candy Cigarettes Jack in the Box Show me more Music Sonny and Cher Chilling, Thrilling Sounds of the Haunted House Sam Goody WBAB Captain and Tennille 8-Track Tapes Show me more The Era Bicentennial Fotomat Iron Eyes Cody Biorhythm Machines Mr. Microphone CB Radio Show me more Toys Weebles Stay Alive Creepy Crawlers Stretch Armstrong View-Master Click Clacks Show me more Welcome! New to our site? Click here for a guided tour! Follow us and share with your friends! Featured Article: Mr. Bones Perhaps you were taught that you shouldn’t play with your food. But what if your food was also a jigsaw puzzle? Better yet, what if it was also a disassembled candy skeleton contained within a plastic coffin? Such was the case with Mr. Bones, a novelty item created by Fleer in 1977. Read Full Article Revisit Saturday Mornings! Long Island 70s TV Sponsored Links ? 2013 Long Island 70s Kid All rights reserved. Except where noted, the text of longisland70skid.com, a website from Eric Gabriel. is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License. You may use the text content of this site for non-commercial purposes provided such use properly credits longisland70skid.com (including the original URL and / or a link back to http://www.longisland70skid.com) and the content remains unaltered. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available by contacting longisland70skid@gmail.com. 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