download2Philadelphia, PA (November 28, 2011)The Delaware River Waterfront Corporation is proud to continue to present a wintertime tradition in Philadelphia, the 18th anniversary season of the Blue Cross RiverRink at Penn’s Landing.  The Blue Cross RiverRink will salute our public safety heroes, police officers and firefighters, during two special events this upcoming season. The first event called a Salute to First Responders will take place on Saturday, December 3, 2011 from 1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. and the Blue Cross RiverRink Salute to the Men and Women in Blue will take place on Saturday January 7, 2012 from 1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Featuring an outdoor Olympic size rink overlooking the Delaware River and an indoor heated facility with a snack bar, game room and more, the Blue Cross RiverRink, has created these two special events as honorable and informational celebration fit for all ages with free activities for the entire family.
The Blue Cross RiverRink is dedicating its first two ice skating sessions of each of these special events to the women and men of the Fire Departments and the Police Departments in the Greater Philadelphia region.  As a special thank you to those who work to ensure the safety of the public, all firefighters and first responders who show official identification will receive complimentary ice skating admission for themselves and three family members on Saturday, December 3, 2011 and police officers will receive the complimentary skating admission for themselves and three family members of Saturday, January 7, 2012.
On December 3, starting at 1:00 p.m., Deputy Fire Commissioner Ernest Hargett and Gentry, the official Philadelphia Fire Department mascot will be on hand to welcome skaters and fellow first responders to this special event. Fire Boats will create various water displays in the Delaware River next to the Blue Cross RiverRink while the Fire Safety trailer will be stationed next to the rink to simulate a home fire for lessons about fire extinguishing and evacuation.
Kids will have the chance to climb aboard a real ladder fire truck and check out safety videos inside the heated pavilion next to the Rink. They will also have a chance to have their photos taken with Firefighters and real fire safety gear. Representatives from the Philadelphia Fire Departments will be on hand with displays and fire safety literature while kids participate in a make and take craft of a door knob hanger with safety messages about fire safety.
The crews from 933 WMMR and from the CW Philly will be on site with games and prizes also from 12 noon until 2:00 p.m.
Then Saturday, January 7, 2012 will be the salute to the Men and Women in Blue. Kids will have the chance to explore a real police vehicle, a mobile crime lab, and check out safety videos inside the heated pavilion next to the Rink. They will also have a chance to have their photos taken with Police Officers or in real Police gear or make a blue door knob hanger with safety messages.
Pierre Robert from 933 WMMR along with the MMArmy will be on hand for this special event saluting police officers.
Regular skating session hours at the Blue Cross RiverRink are Monday to Thursday evenings from 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. and Friday hours are: 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., 8:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m., and 11:00 p.m. – 1:00 a.m. Saturday hours are: 12:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m., 3:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., 8:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m., and 11:00 p.m. – 1:00 a.m. Sunday hours are: 12:30 – 2:30 p.m., 3:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., and 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.  Special Holiday Hours and other extended sessions are outlined at Skating admission is extremely affordable at $8 and $9 for Friday and Saturday night sessions at 8:30 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. and skate rental is available for $3. Convenient parking is also available on site for only $10.
Independence Blue Cross is the founding and presenting sponsor of the Blue Cross RiverRink, which is owned and operated by the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation. Season-long supporters include: CBS 3 and the CW Philly and the Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation.

The Blue Cross RiverRink at Penn’s Landing, Philadelphia’s only outdoor public ice rink, is located on Columbus Boulevard at Market Street.  For more information on skating sessions, ice skating lessons, birthday parties or private receptions, please call 215.925.RINK or visit

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Julian’s Letter to Jesus

mathematics_in_adult_marriage_jokesChristmas was coming, and Julian asked his mother Sue if he could have a new bike. Sue told him that he should probably write a letter to Santa Claus and ask him for the bike. Julian having just played a vital role in the school nativity play said that he would rather write the letter to baby Jesus. His mother told him that that would be fine.

Julian went to his room and wrote, “Dear Jesus, I’ve been a very good boy and would like a new bike for Christmas”, but he wasn’t very happy when he read the letter over, so he decided to try again. This time he wrote” Dear Jesus, I’m a good boy MOST of the time, and would like a new bike for Christmas”. Still not happy, he tried a third time, “Dear Jesus, I COULD be a good boy if I really tried, and especially if I had a new bike!”

Julian still wasn’t satisfied, so he decided to take a walk and think about a better approach. After a short time, he passed his neighbor’s, the Scoats house, and they had a small statue of the Virgin Mary in their front garden. He crept in, stuffed the statue under his coat, hurried home, and hid it under the bed. Julian sat down and re-wrote the letter – “Dear Jesus, If you want to see your mother again, there’d better be a new bike under my Christmas tree this year!”


Tis the Season for Cheesy One Liners!!

Q: What do reindeer say before telling you a joke?
A: This one will sleigh you

Q: Why is a reindeer like a gossip?
A: Because they are both tail bearers

Q: How do you make a slow reindeer fast?
A: Don’t feed it

Q: Why did the reindeer wear black boots?
A: Because his brown ones were all muddy

Q: How long should a reindeer’s legs be?
A: Just long enough to reach the ground

Q: Which reindeer have the shortest legs?
A: The smallest ones

Q: Where do you find reindeer?
A: It depends on where you leave them

Q: What do reindeer have that no other animals have?
A: Baby reindeer

Q: How does Santa Claus take photos?
A: With his North Pole-aroid

Q: What did Adam say on the day before Christmas?
A: It’s Christmas, Eve

Q: What do you have in December that you don’t have in any other month ?
A: The letter “D”

Q: Who delivers cat’s Christmas presents?
A: Santa Paws

Q: How many chimneys does Father Christmas go down?
A: Stacks

Q: What do elves learn in school?
A: The Elf-abet!

Q: If athletes get athletes foot, what do astronauts get?
A: Missletoe

Q: What do you get if you deep fry Santa Claus?
A: Crisp Cringle

Q: What did the ghosts say to Santa Claus?
A: We’ll have a boo Christmas without you

Q: What goes Ho, Ho, Swoosh, Ho, Ho, Swoosh?
A: Santa caught in a revolving door

Q: Why does Santa Claus go down the chimney on Christmas Eve?
A: Because it “soots” him

Q: Why is Christmas just like a day at the office?
A: You do all the work, and the fat guy with the suit gets all the credit

Q: What did the reindeer say before launching into his comedy routine?
A: This ones gonna sleigh you
Q: What do you call a group of chess fanatics bragging about their games in a hotel lobby?
A: Chess nuts boasting in an open foyer!
Q: What do you call a cat on a beach at Christmas?
A: Sandy Claus
Q: What does Santa call reindeer that don’t work?
A: Dinner
Q: How many ears has Captain Kirk got?
A: Three: The left ear, the right ear, and the final front ear.


One beautiful December evening, Huan Cho and his girlfriend Jung Lee were sitting by the side of the ocean admiring a beautiful romantic full moon.
“The moon is stunning”, said Hung Cho, “Let’s play Weeweechu.”
“Oh no, not now Huan, lets just look at the moon”, said Jung Lee.
“Oh, c’mon baby, let’s you and I play Weeweechu. I love you so much, and it’s the perfect time!” Huan Cho begged.
“Can’t we just hold hands and quietly watch the moon?” pleaded Jung
“Please Jung Lee, just once… play Weeweechu with me.”
Jung Lee looked at Huan and said, “OK Huan, we’ll play Weeweechu.”
Excited, Huan Cho grabbed his ukulele and together they sang…
“Weeweechu a Merry Christmas, Weeweechu a Merry Christmas, Weeweechu a Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year!

MORE – But They’re Getting Better!!!

Q: What do the elves call it when Father Christmas claps his hands at the end of a play?
A: Santapplause!
Q: What do you call people who are scared of Santa Claus?
A: Claustrophobic
Q: What do you call Santa when he has no money?
A: Saint “Nickel”- less
Q: What do you call someone who doesn’t believe in Father Christmas?
A: A rebel without a Claus
Q: What do you call a snowman in the summer?
A: A puddle
Q: What kind of music do elves like best?
A: “Wrap” music!
Q: Who sings “Blue Christmas” and makes toy guitars?
A: Elfis!

Final Thoughts …
Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Feliz Navidad – It’s Christmas time – The time of year when everyone gets all “Santamental” – Haha!
Special thanks go out to everyone who came out and made the Mayfair-Holmesburg Thanksgiving Parade the AWESOME event that it was! Our Grand Marshal Ed Kelly (the man who built the Pennypack stage) was overwhelmed with joy! All of the bands were amazing! PROPS to Stems and Seeds for taking 1st place in the float contest. The bar has now been set – Haha!
PROPS also go out to Maggies, The Grey Lodge, The Hop Angel, Caspers, Paddywhacks and ALL of our sponsors for sponsoring the parade. We couldn’t have done it without you – Thank You!!
If you’re not doing anything on Sunday the 4th, Mayfair is having their Christmas tree lighting ceremony ( We still call it a Christmas tree here in Mayfair ) in Frusco’s lot at Frankford and Wellington at 4:00pm. Our Grand Marshal Ed Kelly will be lighting the tree. Bring your kids, and bring an unbreakable ornament to decorate the tree. It’s a good time with live music, Santa, and refreshments for all!
Have an AWESOME Christmas gang! Enjoy the time with your family and friends, and I hope that the fat guy brings you all that you want, and more!
As always, keep your jokes, pics, whathaveu and whatnot coming to
Have FUN!!
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Mamma D’s: Restaurant Possible!

By James D’Arcangelo

downloadThis spring, a team of strangers wielding hammers and crowbars descended on Mamma D’s Restaurant in Pipersville, and took the place apart in no time. The crew’s leader, a burly, surly, overly-muscular, in-your-face, determined type looked on and barked orders, tolerating no nonsense. Restaurant owner Luigi Desiato, looked on sadly while tears welled up in his wife’s, Liz’s, eyes.

Such is the experience when a restaurant (willingly!) undergoes the Food Network’s “Restaurant Impossible” challenge, opening its doors to a complete make-over done by restaurateur expert and chef, Robert Irvine, and his design team.

In the weekly show, the owner of a struggling restaurant seeks help from the Food Network. The result is a literal dissection of the restaurant – the menu is scrutinized, the owner is roasted, the staff is disciplined and the restaurant is changed beyond recognition. But, if the owner can push through the painful, tear-jerking process, the result is a brand-new-looking elite restaurant, an updated menu, a changed-for-the-better mindset, and a prolific kitchen that churns out dish after dish (“fresh, fast and great-tasting,” per Irvine). While the pressure on the owner is unfathomable, Irvine and his team are hard-pressed, too – they have to finish the transformation in less than 48 hours, within a confining budget of $10,000.

As background, the Food Network is a booming TV phenomenon, with growing viewership and demographics that range from moms who seek creative twists to traditional dinners, to shows honoring America’s finest foods and restaurants (like “Diners, Drive-ins and Dives,” on which the Pineville Tavern, located in Pineville, PA, was featured last spring, and has since turned into a local hot spot pulsating with happy customers), to teens who love to watch restaurants get destroyed and immediately resurrected, which perfectly describes “Restaurant Impossible.”

Luigi and Liz Desiato described how his family had bought the restaurant fifteen years before and had sunk over $1,000,000 into their restaurant, and were losing money at rapid and extreme rates. His attempts to pull in customers by combining a petting zoo and a wine store with the restaurant were not working. So he asked for help.

Irvine, a man who has seen it all, dubbed Mamma D’s “one of the most unusual challenges ever.” He called the store at the entryway “a cornucopia of garbage,” and had much worse to say about the petting zoo concept and decor. They all had to go. Much as Luigi was wedded to his dream, as he saw the restaurant in its old form, he understood change must come in the makeover process that he described as “gut-wrenching” and “heart-breaking.”

But Irvine saw key assets. The on-site winery was crucial, as was Luigi’s son, Nick, who had graduated as a chef from the Culinary Institute and was originally under-used in the kitchen.  Irvine told Luigi, “you’re fired as the head chef of the restaurant” and “your son is capable of doing the things you think he is not. He’s in charge of the kitchen.” While normally blunt statements like these would either infuriate or sadden many, Luigi took it all in stride: “In my mind, I kept thinking that this makeover is free, and whenever someone gives you something for free — whether it be a massage or even a restaurant makeover — just take it and run with it. While it was sad to see the old restaurant taken apart and rebuilt, the end product is great.”

In every way, Irvine and his crew did their job. Mamma D’s is now, per Irvine, a restaurant of “simple elegance, with rustic Italian feel,” housing a modern and sleek wine store.  And sales are up 50% since change.

Last Wednesday, a party of over 125 friends, family, satisfied “returnees” and excited new-comers gathered at Mamma D’s to celebrate the world premiere of the “Mamma D’s” episode. And what a party it was! Scott Fisher, owner of the Fisher’s Ace Hardware in Plumsteadville, where Irvine’s design crew got the paint needed to re-do the restaurant’s walls, and his wife Donna, two regulars at Mamma D’s, were extremely content with the changes: “It is a nice and fresh update, and very exciting for the hard-working, dedicated owners and staff. Mamma D’s went from farm-like and cozy to warm and up-scale, with European accents. We all love the changes, and will remain regulars here!” The standing room-only crowd at the premiere event buzzed when the show came on. But the food made them rave more. Danielle Heidenreich, a newbie Mamma D’s fan who learned about the show’s feature on the Food Network via the Intelligencer, praised the Panzanella salad and the godly tiramisu. She noted that the ambiance matches the food perfectly, as they are both “elite and up-scale, yet cozy and homey at the same time.”

I sampled the creamy Leek and Fennel Soup, the crespelle (thin, crispy crepes with creamy spinach-ricotta filling with a roasted red pepper sauce) and the traditional Chicken Parmigiana  – all of which were extremely hearty and delicious.

So take the time to head out to Mamma D’s to experience, first-hand, the powerful and life-changing shifts the restaurant has undergone. But, trust me, once you step in, you won’t want to leave!

Be sure to tune in on the Food Network on November 30 at 10pm and December 7 at 9pm for re-run airings of Restaurant: Impossible, Mamma D’s style!

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by Helene
156608_10150332395950612_135633855611_16185764_6696273_nTony’s Place Bar & Grille is making a BIG NAME for itself! More than the home of the “Original Tomato Pie”, with their great variety of Craft Beer and delectable Fine Dining, there is no other place like it around. Tony’s Place has gained notoriety with their wide variety of Craft Beer. They carry over twenty draft beer and 80 varieties of bottled beer from the US and Europe including Hoegaarden, Guinness, Dog Fish, Rogue, Unibroue, Stone, Chimay, and La Chouffe to name a few. They of course carry the standard-Coors Lite, Miller Lite and Yuengling and a moderately diverse wine list is also available. Right now they offer new Holiday Seasonal Craft Beer selections each week too! There is seating for about 120 guests in the restaurant or if you are looking for a more leisurely meal you can enjoy that at their beautiful mahogany bar, where you can watch your favorite sporting event on any of their multiple high definition televisions.
Tony’s Place is offering some wonderful Holiday Specials so make your reservations early-it will surely be filling up fast! For example on December 13th starting at 7:00pm it’s the 5 Course Holiday Dinner and Beer Paring Event. For just $49.95 pp enjoy dining at its finest! First Course is Seared Scallops with Roasted Fennel and Citrus Ginger Chutney, 2nd Course is Caramelized Fig Salad with Roasted Chestnuts and Goat Cheese atop, 3rd Course is Roasted Pork Tenderloin in Bacon Sage Voulette with Butter Braised White Beans, 4th Course is Petite Filet with Potato Wedges and Broccoli Cheddar Gratin and then the 5th Grand Finale, the Dessert is Porter Infused Truffles drizzled with Raspberry Sauce! Each with a Paring of a Holiday Craft Beer! Superb!
Then on Christmas Eve there will be dinner seating until 8:00pm, with the Standard Dinner menu and the Chef’s Special Menu, for example: Start off with an Apple Pear Salad, and choose an entrée like Filet and Lobster Tower, but don’t let me spoil all the Holiday surprises the Chef has in-store for you!
Although they are closed on Christmas Day, New Years Eve will offer the same menu selection and on New Year’s Day they will be open at 12:00 noon. Tony’s Place is also offering Holiday Shoppers Dinner Specials. Every Monday and Tuesday for just $20.00 you can enjoy a 3 course dinner or on Wednesday evening it’s Buy 1 Entrée and get the 2nd half off. Then on Thursday evening get $5.00 off your favorite bottle of wine. Sounds like a nice break after all the hustle and bustle of the holiday shopping! And let’s not forget about Tony’s awesome catering services too offered for all your holiday needs. Either have your holiday party there or order holiday trays to go! Only 20 minutes from Business Route 1, near Street and Jacksonville Roads, in the Ivyland borough (1297 Greeley Avenue). Make Tony’s Place your Holiday spot this season! For more information check out their website at For dinner reservations and catering services please call 215-675-7275.

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By:  Krista Doran

_MTD7004-2What do you get when you mix some Classic and Modern Rock, sprinkle in some Reggae and season with a hint of Funk?  Well, you get one of the hottest and most exciting cover bands to hit the circuit in years called Taste, of course!

Taste is a band managed by Apollo Artists that has only been together since August of 2010, but have been turning heads like nobody’s business!  Consisting of 5 highly talented musicians, Taste is a band that will just knock your socks off.

I interviewed lead vocalist, Mike Chevalier and asked him what was different about Taste and he told me, “We have a combination of unique instrumentation, well-seasoned players, and strong vocals; we’re also ready, willing and able to do just about anything that people want to hear. There are a lot of great groups around, though we definitely play some stuff you just won’t hear anywhere else, and you won’t hear the variety of material we cover by a single band, sometimes within a single set.”  This band has been known to play “The Devil Went Down to Georgia”, “Disco Inferno” and “Thriller” into the same set, all the while keeping a great, energetic flow. Taste loves to keep you guessing, by only playing the best songs, with great arrangements and energy.  Their shows are unpredictable, explosive and irresistibly funky.

From Motown and Classic Funk to Classic/Modern Rock and the latest Pop and club hits, Taste knows what it takes to keep their fans dancing all night long.  This band simply focuses on keeping people dancing, drinking and smiling, all the while keeping it weird, wild and fun!  If you were down the shore this past summer, you probably saw this crazy bunch playing at places like Keenan’s, The Wharf of Club Luna.  They are now starting to play at local clubs in and around the Philly area.  In the month of December they have shows lined up at the following places:  12/3 – Harrah’s Eden Lounge, 12/10 they’ll be at The  Manayunk Brew Pub, from 12/12-12/18 they’ll hit Sloppy Joe’s in Key West, Fl and on 12/30 at The Trappe Tavern.

I asked Mike what kind of music they all like to play the most and he told me, “Anything funky. Our fantasy setlist would probably be an even mix of James Brown, Jamiroquai, The Meters and Parliament-Funkadelic. We’d love to have a life sized Mothership land on stage, too!”

This band is definitely something special.  It took them a few years of playing an annual corporate holiday event every year to really understand what they had together, but now here they are and they’re ready to ROCK!

You can see Taste’s full schedule at, hear samples of their music and view pictures of past shows.  They are available to play all clubs and events and can be booked through Apollo Artists Attractions by calling Eli at 610-328-6500.  Taste is:  Michael Chevalier on lead vocals, violin & keys; Ian Scattareggia on lead guitar & vocals; Erik Scatterggia on drums, programming & vocals, Rob Craft on lead guitar, vocals & trumpet and             Aaron Hindorff on lead vocals & bass.  This is certainly a band you will want to check out time and time again!

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For the Holidays meet our Bartender of the Month from Chow 284 in Feasterville, Sarah Kandetzke. She is into her *rookie year bartending (* the last 8 months over at Chow 284)  Sarah stands in at 5′ 7” with Brown hair and Blue eyes.  She is the owner of an amazing personality. Sarah makes the bar her stage when she does her shift each week.
She is also a resident of Holland Pa.  Sarah has a friendly personality and loves to hear all the stories from her patrons. ” I love to interact with my customers and it seems that they all like to tell me what is going on in their lives – I hear so much and to me the interaction is what makes my job so much fun”, she says. Sarah works on Fridays from 5pm to close and just loves to come to work at Chow 284. “I like my co -workers too, seeing everyone each week just adds to why I like being a bartender. We have a great staff”.
Hobbies: Running, Shopping and going out with her friends. In her spare time she loves Olde City and also going to Manayunk.
Birthsign: Aquarius
Favorite Radio Station: Q-102
On Sports:  Likes all the Philly teams. Phillies, Flyers, and yes, even the Eagles.
Favorite Drink: Vodka & Club soda
Favoirte Drinks to Serve: Long Island Ice Tea and Chocolate Covered Pretzel
For the upcoming Holidays stop by on any Friday night and see Sarah behind the bar at Chow 284 – she is one special gal and tell her you did see her in the OOT GUIDE…this will really make her day!  To see more: Go to: .

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We have some hot acts worth it to check out this coming month- see them and all the hottest local Entertainment news in the region in the new OOT GUIDE. this coming week on NOVEMBER 30th….All goes up online Wednesday night @ and then out to our area HOT SPOT LOCATIONS!  Get the jump on the pre-Holiday Issue and find out where many Christmas Holiday parties will be….ALL THIS AND So MUCH MORE in the new Out On The Town Entertainment Guide!

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What an editor must do to make your OOT GUIDE the best it can be.

(Behind the Scenes)

Working on the Editorial side of things for the next OOT GUIDE on NOV 30th ( See it all online anytime

ITEMS YOU MIGHT SEE in the NEW OOT GUIDE!  will have to pick only 20 some items from this list…we had over 200  items or more to pick from SINCE THE LAST iSSUE HIT THE STREETS… …and it has now been narrowed down to these items below. > today the final cut comes once again and we will give you the best items in local Entertainment News!

1. Meet TASTE the new act from AAA.

2. Dining Out at Louie’s D’s Mama D’s ( The Cable show that turns restaurants around  did an IMPOSSIBLE THING here ..find out!)   See what did happen.

3. Bartnder of the Month from “CHOW 284″”  The Hot new Entertainment and Dining Spot in Feasterville, located on Street Road.

4.Tony’s Place in IVYLAND is gearing up for the Holidays….now this place is upscale fun with prices that won’t dent your wallet!  Best Pizza and Craft beer lovers paradise!

5. Meet The Dawgs…( This act makes each show an event – find out more!)

6. The Phila Flyers will get new  teamJerseys in a special up coming Winter Game

7. Astrology – What’s in your life right now? Find out by {PERRY B>)

8.Jokes’ By Donny…NEED a smile on your face?













in Fishtown!



23 A Four Band Concert  to help ‘TOYS FOR TOTS’ > *MEET THE BANDS



26. COWBOY BOB’s BEST VIDEO GAME PICKS FOR THE HOLIDAYS…find out which games are the hottest out there today.


28. WHAT’s UP  at the TRUMP PLAZA?

29. DJ OF THE MONTH ( Who will it be in DECEMBER?)



*These are some of the final items that we will be working on, and now, we will have to edit these items down to the magical number of 20….FIND OUT WHAT  FEATURES will be in the NOV 30th OOT GUIDE this week.    An Editor’s job is never done!

What comes to us – you know we will pick out the best “NEWS ITEMS” and share them with all of you. You get the best possible ENTERTAINMENT NEWS ITEMS with each OOT GUIDE!

Enjoy this next OOT GUIDE…this is a very special ISSUE and made for people like you.

Happy Holidays to all!

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Here is our annual OOT Thanksgiving Eve guide… and this year brought to you by Miller Lite. Catch Great Taste.  * The following info is taking from the pages of the latest Out On The Town Entertainment Guide( Nov 9th thru to Nov 30th Issue)  Here’s what we see taking place on Nov 23rd the night before Thanksgiving.  ( Don’t Drink and Drive – heck you know that!)

Harrigan’s Warminster Pa – DJ  Dance Party with many prizes and Giveaways!

Mc Stews – Levittown > Comcast Sportsnet in the house giving away Flyers Tickets/ Dj Codie Dance Party

The Stadiums – Andalusia,5 Points, Street Road – DJ Dance Party along with $2 U call its!

The Road House – Newprtville Pa – DJ Dance Party

Dean Casmirris’ Colonial Inn – Hulmeville Pa – DJ Gusto Dance Party

Patty Whacks – all area locations / DJ Dance parties and special Live acts

Harringtons Irish Pub  NE PHILA  DJ FRAN Mac Dance Party

Chickie’s & Pete’s – South Philly /DJ Tony Bruno

NE PHila DJ . Dance Party

The Temperance House – Newtown Pa –  Live music by Stems & Seeds

The Great American Pub – Langhorne Pa Kircher Entertainment / DJ Karaoke

Cazz’s Sports Bar – Levittiown Pa – DJ Johnny B / Country and todays hits

Havana’s New Hope / DJ Dance Party

La Casa Di Lucia – NE PHILA Singer Joe Flanagan

Philly 4 Sports Bar & Grille –  Live music/* Change in Schedule

(Split Decision will not be there as stated in the latest OOT GUIDE!)

Maggies Waterfront Cafe -NE Phila -Quizzo/ DJ Dance Party

Michaels Cafe – Bensalem Pa – DJ Michael Gormley

Sweenys Saloon NE Phila – Live music by Somerton

Chow 284 – Feasterville Pa – Quizzo at 7pm/ Party

Currans Irish Inn – Bensalem Pa –  Sindi Raymond Band

Tony’s Place -Ivyland Pa –  DJ Dance party/ Live Acoustic

The Fireside – Feasterville Pa – Live / Acoustic KIrko

JT’s Phila House – NE PHILA *Two parties / Front Room Oldies/ Back room DJ Top 40 hits of today!

Mc Noodles – NE PHILA – DJ Dance Party

The Rockledge Pub – Rockledge –  DJ Rich in the house

Franks Sports Bar and Club Fizz – Feasterville Pa  Round House Ron and Frankie Knuckles with Little Black Dress Contest. Plus live music with Raised On Radio * Journey Tribute show.

The Sky Box – Bristol Pa – Live music with Fish Out Of Water

Redz Bar & Grill – NE PHILA – DJ Miguel Dance Party

Reales Sports Bar – NE PHILA – DJ Dance Party!

The Dog & Bull Brew and Music House – Croydon Pa-  The Family Collective

Finnigans Wake – Phila – Live Music by the Rockets

Joe  Santuccis Bar & Grill – NE PHILA – Quizzo for Prizes!

Nicks Roast Beef -NE PHILA – DJ DANCE PARTY with DJ RUCKUS 6pm to 10pm

Hazys Feasterville Pa- DJ DANCE PARTY with DJ TOMMY J

3 Monkeys – NE PHILA – Come Monkey Around – Great Food and Atmosphere!

The Brunswick Zone- Feasterville Pa 1/2 price pool/ DJ Dance Party

The Road House DJ Paul Kircher / Karaoke

The Happy Hour Tavern- Quizzo

* Gentlemens Clubs with special Partys

Scruples, at the Oakford Inn

Tattletales  Levittown Pa – Cran-Jello Wrestling 9pm show

Double Visions -Horsham Pa

Club Risque both Bristol and Northeast Locations


IN:  Delaware County, South Jersey, The Main Line,

Chester County and Center City and what’s going on at

Casinos like:  Parx, Sugar House, Turmp Taj and Trump Plaza

& Harrah’s

REEDS – Blue Bell Pa – Split Decision

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