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‘Building A Bar-B-Q’

Lucille Ball’s Childhood Home Gets ‘I Love Lucy’ Addition

April 29, 2013

CELORON — Lucille Ball’s childhood home recently received an addition. 59 Lucy Lane in Celoron now has a barbecue grill thanks to Mary Rapaport, owner, and Jason Sivak, of Sivak Stonemasonry....

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Apr-30-13 5:22 PM

Adding a ring in the Bar-B-Q is an ingenious twist on the original episode.

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Apr-29-13 8:34 AM

The Rapaports have gone to considerable expense with Lucy's childhood home, and use it to support charities and local craftsmen. Still, someone can find something to criticize....just saying.

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Apr-29-13 8:18 AM

Long Live Lucy.

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Apr-29-13 7:57 AM

Love it!

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Apr-29-13 7:54 AM

The article says it's a recreation of the grill not an exact replica. I think I Love Lucy fans will appreciate the hidden ring in the bbq. Plus the bbq is being used to cook food for a charity fundraiser! So it's probably not something that should be criticized. Lucy is about fun and laughter and the garage sale event will be filled with both.

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Apr-29-13 3:48 AM

To put a secret golden ring within the mortar would then not make it a reconstruction of the original then.....just saying.

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