Happy New Year – The New Website!

I hope you enjoy this website as it grows with new material constantly added. to our growing collection of North Coast-based Vintage Prints and Note Cards, and our ever-growing array of Favorite Lnks covering everything from my favorite Food Related websites, to our favorite Rock Related websites featuring musical and venue directories based primarily on artists and places found in Planner Project 2016, a soon to be released 66,000-word, 1,300-entry look at local entertainment!

You’ll also find our Publications menu following four distinct 150-page coffee table books on Cleveland history based on images from the Cleveland Press Collection, and our 240-page An Ohio AgriGuide, a simple look at some 139 Ohio-based agricultural products with nutrionally-dense recipes featuring the highlighted product.

You also find links to our upcoming Events, an About page, and how to Contact Us for more information!

OUR MEMORIES BOOKS /

Designed to be part history book, part photo album, the four coffee table books each feature between 500 to 650 images. To showcase each publication, a Table of Contents, Individual Page breakdowns, and a list of People, Events, and Places are featured for your review!!

Wish to see 16-year-old Judy Garland singing the National Anthem at Cleveland’s Municipal Stadium prior to the Cleveland Indians’ Season Opener on April 21, 1939? See HERE (p. 40) in Memories of a Lifetime Vol. I!

PHOTO: Rockin’ & Rollin’ at Glinka’s Tavern / From Memories of a Lifetime Vol. I  (p. B19) /

Cleveland, Ohio, May, 1958: High School Confidential,” by Jerry Lee Lewis, the Coasters’ Yakety Yak,” and Sam Cooke’s “All Of My Life,” were among the hits featured in WERE-AM radio’s Bill Randle’s “Randle on Record” column in The Cleveland Press when 50 to 60 Newburgh Heights youngsters enjoyed dancing to the music in front of Ray Glinka’s Tavern at 3912 E. 42nd Street. (from the Cleveland Press Collection, Cleveland State University)

Go Cleveland!, Happy New Year, George Cormack