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

Jul 03, 2013 No Comments by

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 Grateful Dead show ever on a Fruday!

Jul 02, 2013 2 Comments by

Back in the day – concert tickets where print on (get this) dot matrix printers, and the thing was that me and my friend couldn’t make it to the Thursday show at the Coliseum (besides – a Friday night show had a lot more potential for 2 guys from high school. So, we went to work.

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Discovering Columbus at Columbus Circle

Oct 16, 2012 No Comments

You may agree on how Mayor Bloomberg got to be mayor of NYC for a third term or not, but he has made the City more interesting each year with the installation of Public Art Exhibits

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Yankees vs. Orioles

Oct 03, 2012 No Comments

but I thought I’d pull out this Stub in honor of the upcoming battle and their surprise season. Yankees vs. Orioles June 15, 1998.

Who’da thunk it?

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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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NCAA Final Four 1985 – Georgetown v. Villanova

Mar 16, 2012 2 Comments

It was the best of times, till Nova shot 90 percent (we all know why!) and the best team in the country couldn’t beat a game Nova squad for the 3rd time in a season……

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Attn: Knick Fans – It CAN Happen

Nov 14, 2011 No Comments

We’re starting to miss the NBA – here’s a Stubstory from our archives if you’re missing it too……. Then: Game 4 – June 23, Wednesday @New York, San Antonio 80, New York 67: San Antonio leads series 3-1 Today: I was listening to Joe B and Evan Roberts on WFAN Online the other day, they […]

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The Rangers Break the Curse – no more 1940!

Nov 01, 2011 No Comments

by Matt Peter Watch MY story of the single greatest, most exciting moments I’ve ever experienced in sports. If it’s true that there’s no better sport that playoff hockey – you can bet that watching your team win Game 7 – on home ice, in the World’s Most Famous Arena comes pretty close to untouchable […]

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Stealing 1 Day from the summer that wasn’t

Oct 15, 2011 No Comments

by Matt P. In the summer the wasn’t – at least there was one day that WAS. You can’t get much better than this – a day that included summer sun, family, boats, lobsters – and all in October. If you’re not from the Northeast – you may not be aware of our wet, wet […]

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The Magic of Summerstock – Kid’s Style

Sep 05, 2011 No Comments

by Matt P The crowd (about 30 parents and friends) gathered around the stage in hushed expectation as the performers hustled and peeked from behind the curtain. Aged 6 – 8 – it was the culmination of 2 weeks of work (if you want to call camp work that is). Either way – each kid […]

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