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Theeeeeee Yankees win!

Oct 03, 2015 No Comments by

Great win, a great sweep, they do it again to the #Twins. Are #Yankees this good or Twins this bad. It was nice night, starting with the elder statemen Yogi’s frist pitch, the young Yankee Hughes on the mound, then Mo one of the core four on the mound to end it. What history, the […]

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Winwood & Clapton – Together Live 2008

Oct 03, 2015 No Comments by

I have been a Clapton fan since I was a kid…playing Cream songs in a high school garage band. Thought I’d seen it all when I saw him in the Cream reunion a few years ago – but this show was something special. Although I have seen him in concert many times, I feel that […]

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Anyone seen my wedding ring? My wife’s gonna kill me!

Oct 03, 2015 No Comments

A typical game got the train from Ronkonkoma 3:11 Penn @ 4:20 just enough time to go to a pub and drink like i’m I just turned 21. Sat in the 400’s you know where you can be killed for going to your seat before a whistle. Late in the 3rd and f&%$ing frustated and […]

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My Grammy Museum experience

Sep 06, 2015 No Comments

by Alba M. The good surprise in LA – Visiting The Grammy Museum at L.A. Live My last day in the amazing city of Los Angeles. Would be flying back home early on Sunday. After a long day of walking decided to explore a little more of downtown LA. For my surprise and totally by […]

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The Grateful Dead, the LPGA and Hershey Park

Aug 19, 2014 No Comments

by Matt Peter This one doesn’t take much to effort to conjure up the memories. The set-up alone was enough to promise a memorable event, and it didn’t disappoint. This was the year that Don Henley came out with that song with the line about a “Dead-head sticker on a Cadillac” so it was a […]

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The Big Apple Circus – First for my little girl

Jul 31, 2014 1 Comment

With memories of the 3 rings, and the elephants walking thru the Midtown Tunnel, and the Greatest Show on Earth in MY head, we took my little girl to HER first Big Apple Circus just before her 5th birthday.  First tip – if you can buy it – make sure it DOESN’T make a noise […]

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Crystal Ship at the Bottom Line – Greenwich Village, NYC

Nov 17, 2013 No Comments

This ticket stub says “An Evening with Crystal Ship” – at the Bottom Line in New York – they were a popular cover band for The Doors back in the day.  Use your imagination – Doors and Greenwich Village. When I googled Crystal Ship I came to learn that they call themselves  “Tribute Bands” NOT […]

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Hoyas Saxa! – What Rocks!

Oct 27, 2013 No Comments

Coming off the win over Syracuse – going up against UConn – really before they began to establish themselves as the power they become was expected to be a solid game – but as usual being 18 and a Hoyas meant expecting a win. With a 74 – 53 finish it looks like this was […]

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History – thanks to a friend named Steve

Oct 22, 2013 2 Comments

Received a call from my friend Steve on Tuesday evening, with an extra ticket to Game 1 of the NLDS game Phillies vs. Reds 10/06/10; little did I realize at the time that I would be witnessing baseball history (thanks to a friend named Steve) the start of Doc-tober. Roy ‘Doc’ Halladay throws a no […]

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New York Knicks – Playoffs Gonna Happen Again (finally)

Oct 15, 2013 No Comments

If you look back to late November you’ll see a Stubstory I sent in from a NBA Finals games the New York Knicks were in. At the time I was basking in the glory that was a nice beginning to a season, which for a Knick fan lately qualified as a major miracle. Well, look […]

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