A few of my high school friends went to Rutgers in the late '80s-early '90s. I had an aunt and uncle in Maplewood for a couple years in the '90s. I was in Hoboken from '95 to '99. The artists and musicians were still there, but the yuppies had taken over.
Yes, it would be good to meet up at Toad sometime! It looks like Todd Thibaud is touring Europe this month. Maybe there's another show we could catch there soon.
Re: Francona -- As is often the case in professional sports, the manager is held accountable for his team's failures. He had a good run though. Might Theo Epstein leave as well?
Did you grow up in NJ? How did your sister end up teaching in Princeton Junction? (At West Windsor-Plainsboro High?)
My friend Pat Keating also went to Babson at night for his MBA from 2003 to 2009. He and I did a Brookline Access TV show together based on his Babson College Radio show. It was a lot of fun, tons of great guests, mostly local musicians with an occasional big name (Graham Parker, Sister Hazel).
This is one of the finest books that I have read in a long time. This book is fascinating and doesn’t let up. Alan Paul’s well documented history warts and all on the Allman Brothers Band is a fascinating and reverting account told by not only the band members but by the people that have been a part of the band and their…See More
For Immediate ReleaseDrum Legend Terry Bozzio Presents a Solo Musical Performance on World´s Largest Tuned Drum and Percussion Set on Forthcoming North American Tour!An Evening with TERRY BOZZIO North American Tour 2014Los Angeles, CA – Drum legend Terry Bozzio, known for his work with Frank Zappa, Jeff Beck, UK and his critically acclaimed solo ventures, celebrates the 50th anniversary of his first drum lesson with “An Evening With Terry Bozzio” coast-to-coast North American tour! During the…See More