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Long Island (Commack) Arena

Description: It was a 4,000-seat indoor arena and was once home to the Long Island Ducks hockey team from 1959-1973. It was also home to the New York Nets for a brief time. Throughout the years the arena also held an ice skating rink, the circus, fairs and concert events. One of the most famous concerts was when Peter Frampton recorded his legendary Frampton Comes Alive album there. John F. Kennedy went to the arena in 1960 while campaigning for the presidency. And finally, during the 1980\'s and 1990\'s the arena was hugh indoor flea market.
Location: Veterans Memorial Hwy, Commack
There now: Target, King Kullen and other stores
Year opened: 1959
Year cosed: 1996
Submitted by: Jen

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