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Just another day for Duke – Get me a Gyro

Mar 21, 2016 No Comments by

by Joel Daniels I don’t think there are a lot of people who were at Madison Square Garden that afternoon who wanted to see St. John’s win more than my friend Gary. And he was a Georgetown Alumni rooting for St. John’s in New York City! Man that guy hates Duke. So, to tell you […]

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Grand Funk Railroad

Aug 08, 2014 No Comments by

One of the last concerts at varsity stadium, toronto … gfr’s we’re an american band tour; this band was loud, even in an outdoor stadium; bought the gold wax album after the show   From: slime.o Title: Grand Funk Railroad

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A LIttle More Baseball – In Honor of the World Series

Aug 26, 2013 No Comments

How we’d love a Stubstory for every one of these! Ask your parents and grandparents for some classic Stubstories (you know they’ve got some tickets around somewhere)! Courtesy of www.TicketStubCollection.com

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Hoya Saxa – 1982-1983 A Freshman’s View

Jul 19, 2013 No Comments

It’s freshman year of college, and of all the things I forgot – it seems I remembered to hold onto my season tickets to the Hoyas out at the Capital Center. As a stage setter let’s just say that the last play of the year before will  never be spoken of in my home, and […]

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Trans-Siberian Orchestra (they did the beer commercial!)

Jul 03, 2013 No Comments

When I was asked if I wanted to see Trans-Siberian Orchestra (they did the beer commercial!), I thought it was a joke. Once it was explained to me that these were the people responsible for the awesome beer commercial that is played every Christmas, I was onboard. The crazy eclectic mixture of what happened just […]

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The ONLY Dead show ever on a Fruday!

Sep 08, 2012 No Comments

Yup, it was Fruday, May 15, 1980, and that is NOT me typing Friday wrong. Here’s the story, and my back-up on this is my buddy Tulch – who is the only other person to catch a Fruday show.

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David Copperfield

Dec 02, 2011 1 Comment

by Joseph Terrazas What a thrill, this guy just blew me away. The show was almost 18 years ago but Ill never forget everything of what I saw, and didn’t see!! In one part he brought out a huge flatscreen Black & White TV, he showed that their wasn’t anything like a VCR or DVD machine […]

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David’s US Open Bethpage Stubstory

Oct 03, 2011 No Comments

by David R. Watch David’s Stubstory from the US Open. Did he really ask Jesper Parnevik if his nanny had any OTHER sisters! But there’s more to this story of golf and love. Click here for more…….

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Pacino – One Night Only

Oct 01, 2011 No Comments

by Joseph Terrazas Al Pacino came to Houston to do a question and answer event at the Jones hall. The hall was packed with 2,100  very content fans, he was very amusing while being questioned by a member of the Houston Performing arts, they showed film clips of a lot of his well know movies […]

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Julian Cope – Clearly the man

Sep 13, 2011 No Comments

by Kenton Larsen I’m halfway through reading Julian Cope’s Japrocksampler: “How the post-war Japanese blew their minds on rock and roll.” As with all of Cope’s books, this one is a good, hard read – so detail-oriented that I’ve learned everything that I ever wanted to know about Japanese rock and roll and more. And […]

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