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      FREETIME was a listings magazine (26.5 cm by 20 cm) for Rochester and the surrounding area of New York State, covering concerts, clubs,cinemas, restaurants and so on, with lots and lots of advertisements but very little by way of editorial content. information Ian Woodward.

magazine Bob Dylan front cover
Volume 10, #3, 2-16 July 1986
magazine Bob Dylan front cover
Volume 12, #2, 15-29 June 1988
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free time volume 28 #12 magazine Bob Dylan front cover
Volume 28, #12, November 2004
free time volume 30 #6 magazine Bob Dylan front cover
Volume 30, #6, August 2006
free time volume 34 #12 magazine Bob Dylan front cover
Volume 34, #12, November 2010

     Volume 12, #2, 15 to 29 June 1988 had same photo and colour as the 1986 copy! "Dylan's name does appear a very few times, here and there, and there is an advert for the various shows, including Dylan's, 'at the Finger Lakes Performing Arts Center located on the campus of CCFL, Canandaigua, NY'. The concert was one of series of concerts that went under the name "SUMMERPO", which was sponsored by a local wine company. Bottles and cans were not permitted at the concerts, however!  "CCFL" likely stood for the Community College - Finger Lakes and, yes, the front cover image was printed a bit askew". Many thanks to Ian Woodward for scan and information.



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