By Patrice Elizabeth Grell Yursik October 30, 2008
In the two years since Don Carters Kendall Lanes closed, youve been in a gutter of grief. Your bowling shoes have a layer of dust on them and your ball has lost its gleam. Since then, the closest youve been to knocking down pins is the virtual alley of your Nintendo Wii. The announcer heralding your strikes and spares might reassure you, but being out there in a real alley with a DJ and flashing lights and crowds of teenagers makes for a much better experience. If you havent hit the lanes recently, allow us to refresh your memory on the hottest spots for rolling balls, so to speak.
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