Wednesday, September 3, 2014
- NFL Hall-Of-Famer Floyd Little!
- More Nude Celebs!
- The Latest Banned Playground Games!
- Back To School Horror Stories!
SU Football will not play this week…an early season bye week for the Orange. Next game is on the road to face Central Michigan on Saturday September 13. Kickoff is at 12noon. Gameday coverage on the Home of SU Football will begin at 11am.
Coming Friday and Saturday, September 12th and 13th in and around Utica! Friday night..lots of ArtSpaces to explore from 4pm to 9pm. New this year-the Indie Garage Sale becomes part of the Fest. Inside the Utica Aud on Saturday from 12Noon to 6pm. And as always live music…over a hundred performances at various venues. Check out www.uticamusicandartsfest.net for schedules and ticket information.
Hockey Fans! Don’t miss the Toyota Frozen Dome Classic this fall in the Carrier Dome, Syracuse. The Utica Comets take on the Syracuse Crunch and UC will face SUNY Oswego as part of an all day hockey event November 22nd. On the ice in the Dome..never been done before! Tickets start at $20 and are on sale now at all Ticketmaster Outlets, Carrier Dome Box Office or by calling (315) 473-4444. (Tickets are not available at the Comets ticket office.)
Fill up on ROCK SOUP, weekdays at 12noon on 96.9 WOUR! Workforce Rockblocks, Music News and a classic concert track from the WOURchives. It’s all there..in ROCK SOUP!
Weekdays at 6:30pm, Scoop heavies it up with the “Half Past Heavy” track from some of classic rock’s metal masters.
SU Football has a Bye Week
Utica Music and Arts Festival!
Toyota Frozen Dome Classic Tix Are On Sale Now
Rock Soup Every Weekday at 12Noon
Half Past Heavy
Kevin Harvick seemed to be the guy to beat until a multi-car wreck after the 1st green-white checkered flag. However Kasey Kahne kept getting stronger, beating Matt Kenseth on the next restart, earning the win, and a spot in the Chase…
I’m golfing in a par-3 shootout ALL DAY September 9th, in order to raise money for Todd’s Fund, a great group that helps Central New York kids whose lives have been turned upside down by tragedies. Please click the link above for info on how to make a small donation. If I reach a total of $1000 by September 9th, I’ll pick THREE donators at random to join Continue Reading »
For many of us, having a State Fair in our backyard is a plus. A big Fair nearby allows for multiple day trips. You can set aside one day for amusement rides. One day for the animal barns. One day for exhibits and shows. I think people-watching is the best part of the Fair. Where else can you see so many couples with matching airbrushed tee-shirts and strollers packed with Continue Reading »