Howard Nielsen and his Sticky Lips staff continue celebrating the grand opening of their second site as Pete Anvelt, Bill Corbett, Bill Ribas and Paul Ruske bring their music to 830 Jefferson Road…
It’s a Saturday Rock ‘n Roll party with “The Chinchillas” and “Dan Frank and the True Believers.”
Come and hear all your favorites: “Love Me, Need Me,” “Let’s Wake Up And Make Love,” “Broken Guitar,” “Beer Truck,” and, of course, “Genesee Beer.”
If the winter months are causing you to feel cooped up, The Chinchillas have just the remedy. Pete Anvelt, ‘Motorcycle’ Bill Ribas…
I am going to take Tom Coughlin’s lead and make no excuses for the Giants. After watching the midgets fall behind 17-0, spending two and a half hours behind a snow blower in sub-zero wind chills seemed a better way to spend my time. When did the Giants sign the sponsorship contract with the Hoover Vacuum Co? Because they sure do SUCK!
Before I forget, while snow blowing I popped on the IPod. Turned the volume up LOUD and listened to ‘The Rising.’ I forgot about how bad the Giants are.
On the other hand, the Colts woke up the echoes of cliches past and ‘grabbed victory from the jaws of defeat.’ This week’s most debatable coaching call made for great drama as Peyton Manning led the Colts to two touchdowns in the game’s final 3:00 for a 35-34 triumph. Belichick and the Pats went for it on 4th and 2 inside their own 30. The Colts D held, and the rest is highlight material.
Tom ‘Terrific’ and his Pats have had plenty of pictures in the paper ‘being rhythmically admired,’ but Bill Belichik’s crew will need to ‘do it till their through it, so they better get to it.’ New England travels to Indy for a Sunday night show down with the Colts next week. After that those pesky Jets come to town. If that isn’t bad enough, the Pats geaux to N’Awlins for a Monday night soiree with the Saints.
The Saints rolled up 493 yards of total offense and left no doubt in trouncing the formerly undefeated New York Giants, 48-27. Brett Favre tossed three touchdowns, but it almost wasn’t enough as the Minnesota walked a thin line in defeating Baltimore, 33-31.