Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Political rivals raise $500 for Wounded Warriors Project

Last Saturday, a group of softball players representing two sides of the political fence raised $500 for the Wounded Warriors Project.  Despite the scorching heat, the teams played a full game with the Hudson County Young Republicans edging out the Young Dems 10-8.

For more details and also to add to the worthy total please visit:
http://hobokenrepublicans.com/blog.htm


Young Republican Team Captain Fernando Uribe stares down 
Weehawken Mayor Richard Turner in a mock-serious moment


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This Thursday in Sinatra Park

 With the St. Anne's Church annual feast over, the entertainment moves by the river on Thursday night.  The BankRobber sent in a recommendation:

This Thursday, 7:00 pm @ Sinatra Park in Hoboken, guitarist Smokey Hormel will be appearing right here in our fair town.

Smokey's guitar work has appeared for a diverse group of popular artists like Beck, the deceased legend Johnny Cash, Kid Rock, Neil Diamond, Norah Jones and The Dixie Chicks.

Outside of his studio prowess, Smokey Hormel likes to put on his 10 gallon cowboy hat, his boots, and round up his group of top notch New York side men to play some sizzling Western Swing.

He'll be singing and swinging some classic old cowboy songs made famous by Gene Autry, Bob Wills and Spade Cooley.

This is clearly an innovative and highly respected talent.
Don't miss it.

You can read more about Smokey including his complete discography here:

http://www.smokeyhormel.com/

You gotta love this town.

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