Kevin, Pete, and Rich often meet up for coffee at the Tastee Diner with other Laurel history buffs—whether it’s research for an upcoming “History Matters” column, a Lost Laurel TV episode, or simply to hear their stories.

 
We’ll be sharing some videos and stories from these and other interesting conversations soon. If you have a story from Laurel’s past that you’d like to discuss with us over coffee sometime, drop us a line!

Kevin and Pete with Bruce Remer, who attended the legendary Laurel Pop Festival.
Kevin and Pete with Bruce Remer, who attended the legendary 1969 Laurel Pop Festival.
Kirk Felix, who participated in the Laurel Centennial program, chats with Kevin.
Kirk Felix, who participated in the Laurel Centennial program in 1970, chats with Kevin.
Kirk even came bearing a Lost Laurel gift—an original wooden nickel from the Laurel Centennial!
Kirk even came bearing a gift—an original wooden nickel from the Laurel Centennial!
Dinerhunter.com's Spencer Stewart presents Rich with an original painting of Laurel's Little Tavern. (Photo: © Michael G. Stewart)
Dinerhunter.com’s Spencer Stewart presents Rich with an original painting of Laurel’s Little Tavern. (Photo: © Michael G. Stewart)