Melody Goodman & Allison Murray
From : Currans Irish Inn
Bensalem Pa


Melody Goodman

Melody works at Curran’s Irish Inn located in Bensalem Pa., on Monday, Friday and Sundays from 11am to 7pm. She has a warm and friendly personality and it shows each time she does her bar shift.

Melody stands in at 5′ and has Blonde hair and Brown eyes.
Her hobbies are: Going out with her friends,shopping, sports and meeting new people when she works.She loves the Eagles and also enjoys all sports. She likes the Phillies.

Favorite radio station: Power 99FM and Wired 96.5 and 100.3 FM
(About her job)

” What I like most about being behind the bar is talking to the customers. They fill me in on so many things and it just makes each day so special”, says Melody.

Favorite drink: Rasberry Cozmo

Allison Murray

Allison works at Curran’s on Wednesdays and Sundays and stands in at 5′ 6”. She has blonde hair and blue eyes.She really likes to work the Sunday game day shift…and just enjoys seeing all the Eagles fans coming over to watch the game.

She is a resident of NE Phila. Allison has a great personality and just loves her job behind the bar.
She is single and looking for a “hottie” as she stated. She should have no problem at all finding that hottie….

Hobbies: Laying out on the beach in her spare time and going dancing with her friends and going out to a mall and she also loves sports : Hockey and Football .

She is a big Flyers and Eagles fan and also follows the Phils.

Favorite radio station: Q-102 FM

(About her job)”I like to take control of the bar when I am doing my shift and l really enjoy meeting
the many new customers that come over here to Currans” she says.

Favorite drink: Firefly Sweet Tea Vodka on the rocks!

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By Roundhouse Ron

DSC_0077DJ KayJay a.k.a. Kristin Jackson is the sexy and seductive pride of Baltimore, Maryland. She started her career in the modeling world. After being featured in several Playboy issues, it was time for her to turn her attention to her true love for music. KayJay has always expressed a passion for music and an interest in playing to large crowds.

Since then, KayJay has been traveling from one event to the next bringing her one of a kind beats, videos, vigorous style and enthusiastic stage presence to the party. This video DJ feels a crowd and gives them exactly what they want and more as she takes it to a new level. Whether it’s mixing hip-hop with rock or even 80’s, while throwing in some commercial house or old school, Kristen seems to always have things under control.

On this awesome night, I got to spend a few hours with DJ KayJay at CLUB 27 in Old City Philadelphia. Standing only 5 feet 2 inches, Kristin is a power house of energy with a stunning stage presence. She looked like a very seductive Playboy model, with a sexy outfit as she was pulling off the Britney Spears or Lady Gaga look. The warm embrace that she wrapped around me sent chills up my spine as I tried to maintain my true professionalism.

CLUB 27 was 3 floors of total craziness with 5 separate rooms and 5 bars serving over 1,200 people. The line went straight down Bank Street from their front door, almost hitting Market Street. The fine staff made me and my people feel very welcome.

Like most of her performances, see took this club to an all new level as the building was vibrating to her heavy bass beats. DJ KayJay was stunning, amazing, electric, funny and just beautiful. She is one super model video disc jockey. Can you believe that this Playboy super model listens to Classic Rock when not spinning her mixes? She enjoys Philly so much, but with her crazy schedule is unable to hit our fine city more often. I found out that Kristen also personally updates and answers all of her myspace messages as well as her website e-mails.

For more information on DJ KayJay or to see her in person, please go to: or catch up with her on myspace at:

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logo3by Helene

Diego’s Bar, located at 2676 Bridge Street, Philadelphia, PA 19137, is having its Grand Opening on Oct. 2nd & 3rd! And yes….if the name sounds familiar to you, Diego, was the morning co-host of Q102 FM for the last 19 years! Diego now fulfilling a longtime dream of owning a bar in this great little city of our’s, along with partner, Luis Bermudez, a Philadelphia Fireman for 14 years, former owner of Scruffys and Bartender of the Year (2000) has come true! And Philadelphia natives and beyond can all now share in their dream.

Together, Diego and Luis came up with a unique place to hang out-with three places to party! The downstairs is the Sports bar, with six flat screen plasma televisions to watch your favorite sports games. The walls are lined up with photos of all the Sports Greats and Celebrities Diego has met throughout his radio career. They invite their patrons to add to their wall with photos they have taken with celebrities too, so everyone can feel like part of Diego’s Bar! There is also a dining area where you can order up some of your favorite bar fare; the kitchen is open every day of the week from open (4:00pm) until closing. The kitchen is open at 11:00 am on Sundays for the Eagles games too.

If you want to hang out and dance, the Lounge is for you! Upstairs you will find some of the best DJ’s around. On Thursday nights-Dance Music, Friday nights is Freestyle Nite with artists like Stevie B. Johnny O and Cynthia and on Saturday night-it’s Top 40 so you can shake what your momma gave you – all nite long!

And for their Grand Opening their outside parking lot will be turned into one BIG BLOCK PARTY! So come on out and hang out at Diego’s Bar, you might just see a celebrity or two! For future events check out their website at or call them at (215) 533-9833.

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By Krista Doran

l_2ee409d71c5d412e8855906e436107ccGrowing up in the 80’s was a great time for me, as I am sure it was for many. It was a time of constant fun, parties and MUSIC. Not just any old music though. If you grew up in the 80’s you know what I mean. The launch of Hair Bands and Arena rock was huge and it just took over that decade. It was electric, big production, neon lights with leopard tights, all about sex and good times. Ahhh, those were the days!

If you are craving a true flashback to the 80’s, then all you need to do is take a look at Philly band, Mane Attraction. Now here is a band dedicated to a cause and it’s not just music…but we’ll get to that in a minute! This band puts on that full production with the bright lights, big hair, leather pants and vintage instruments and they play the party anthems we all love to sing along to by bands such as Def Leppard, Cinderalla, Poison, Dokken, Judas Priest and many others. As lead guitarist, Butch puts it “Our shows are totally over the top, obnoxious yet lots of fun. We want to give everyone a chance to relive the 80’s or to experience what it was like.” I asked Butch what Mane Attraction does differently than some of the other bands out there who also offer a trip back to the 80’s and his answer was “Our approach. We want to give the audience a show that is worth more than their cover’s worth and that is why we make sure our shows are always high energy, quick paced and we play songs that everyone loves to scream and head-bang along to.” All the members in this band lived through the 80’s, so they know what people want. They did a lot of research by checking out other arena rock style bands to see what songs they would do in order to get that “Wow” factor and Mane Attraction is following that same path of giving people exactly what they want. Their stage presence is something you won’t soon forget between the costuming, back drops and song choices, you really feel like you’ve gone back in time to an 80’s hair band concert.

The band is 5 members: Shakey on lead vocals, Butch and Paul who both play lead and rhythm guitar, Bones on bass guitar and Joe on drums. They have been together now for 6 months and are already playing some great rooms in the area like JT’s Philadelphia House, The Beehive Pub in NJ and Cazz’s Sports Bar in Levittown. They have also been doing some charity events including Toys for Tots and several Veteran organizations and recently spearheaded a campaign to raise money for the Susan G. Komen Foundation, which is the world’s largest grassroots network of breast cancer survivors and activists fighting to save lives, empower people, ensure quality care for all and energize science to find the cures. If you go to the Mane Attraction website at you can purchase a “Rockin’ for the Cure” Mane Attraction t-shirt and 100% of the proceeds from these sales will be donated directly to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. I asked Butch why they decided to be so dedicated to this cause and he said “We’ve all been through our own garbage and we are all OK now. We just want to make sure things stay that way by keeping the Karma train going.” You can also find these t-shirts at local retail stores such as Pat’s Music Center on Frankford Avenue in NE Philly and at Way Out in the Roosevelt Mall.

You can of course, pick up one of these t-shirts at a Mane Attraction show as well, so be sure to check out their site and support a band that does so much to help others.

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iw0kqtBethlehem, PA’s pop rock band Sandlot Heroes has scored their second #1 most requested song at B104 FM in Allentown, PA, beating out artists such as Kings of Leon, Nickleback, and The Fray. “Out of My Hands” is currently at 25 spins a week. Previously, the band’s song “So” enjoyed 5 consecutive weeks of being the #1 requested song at B104. Program Director Eric Chase testifies: “From the minute I saw and heard the Sandlot Heroes, I recognized them as a presence that could immediately be placed into the fabric of the pop culture equation that we try to create here at B104.”

“Out of My Hands” is the first single from their forthcoming full length debut “Pretend That We’re Famous” scheduled for an October 27 release date. The album was produced by Adam Richman over the past year in Coney Island. His collaboration with the band has produced a taut infectious blast of youthful rock that indicates this band is in it for the long haul.

Sandlot Heroes’ summer highlights included tour dates headlining at Musikfest (Bethlehem, PA’s international music festival that attracts one million people every year) and playing to fans at Hot Topic and the Gap stores in eastern PA. Fall tour dates in support of their release include the Dewey Beach Music Conference, Show at Crocodile Rock Cafe in Allentown, PA and a two week east coast tour. An all ages hometown record release party will take place on Saturday October 31, 2009 at Crocodile Rock.

For more information contact, David Sestak, manager.
David A. Sestak
3005 Brodhead Road, Suite 170
Bethlehem, PA 18020
610-954-8118 (fax)

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Written by: Karli Rizzo

Gulliftys2_3111Gullifty’s Bar and Grille, located in Rosemont, Pa. is one of the most impressive eateries on the Main Line. Established in 1975, Gullifty’s ranks superior among locals by continuing to provide an unparalleled dining experience and strong presence within the Main Line community. The name Gullifty comes from childhood favorite, Mister Roger’s Neighborhood. Remember “X the Owl” from the land of make-believe where everything was “Nifty-Gullifty”? With a great neighborhood of their own to serve on the Main Line, the restaurant Gullifty’s was born.

The dining menu at Gullifty’s is quite extensive, including Goat Cheese Bruschetta, Handspun Pizza, Sizzling Fajitas, their famous Kobe burger, Lobster Ravioli, Gran Marnier Filet Mignon, homemade desserts and plenty more, all at a modest price. From their tasty appetizers to their delicious entrees, Gullifty’s prices range from $6 to $22. Gullifty’s also runs daily lunch and dinner specials that are as unique and enjoyable as the restaurant itself. The bar features over 130 beers to choose from. Fortunately, Gullifty’s created a “Beer Book” to showcase their expansive bottled beer collection complete with details on each brew.

Gullifty’s offers a comfortable yet fun atmosphere for both families and college students alike; it is a dining experience unlike any other on the Main Line. It’s no surprise that Gullifty’s has won numerous Philadelphia restaurant awards, including, Main Times Best Family Restaurant, Main Line Today’s Best Beer Selection and Philadelphia Magazine’s Best Lunch.

To make a reservation call 610-525-1851, and to view the full menu and beer selection visit
**Photo information: Featured special dish: Rack of Lamb topped with a fresh blueberry port wine reduction sauce over seared portabella mushroom strips. $22.

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So you like going out … in the latest OOT paper you’ll find out where to find the best promotions in the region. Some are geared to (PHILA FOOTBALL) and some are geard for every day of the week. You will find only the best locations listed with each Out On The Town Entertainment Guide. One thing to remember – Have fun but Don’t Drink and Drive.

Get your “FREE” COPY in your face at your favorite bar and club or you can see each ISSUE FOR “FREE” ONLINE 24/7 at or Hey…what a neat idea – spread the word Out On The Town Entertainment Guide is you local entertainment news source in the Greater Delaware Valley and gives you the local kind of entertainment news you really want. There are hundreds even thousands of websites on entertainment but there really is only one Out On The Town Entertainment Guide and we cover it all – just for you.

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