Friday, October 19, 2007

A friend on one of my hockey teams is helping to organize a charity hockey event. I've heard of the event in previous years, and was interested to discover she was helping to recruit celebrities for it. It's called Freeze the Disease, and the proceeds will go toward Cystic Fibrosis research. The event is a celebrity hockey game which will precede the Kings/Sharks game on November 3 at 2m in the Staples Center. All tickets for the celebrity event are in the lower concourse on a first come first serve basis. If you're interested in seeing David Boreanaz, Scott Grimes, Barry Josephson or Michael Vartan play hockey, along with NHL alums like Luc Robitaille (and yes, Dave Coulier will be there, too), go here and buy tickets.

The song of the day is "Funky Town" by Pseudo Echo off their 1986 album Love An Adventure. I hated the original Lipps, Inc. version of this song, but always loved the Pseudo Echo version. In fact, I own this cassette and it's actually pretty decent. Too bad I don't have anything to play it in anymore. If you've forgotten this 80s remake, here it is:

2 Comments:

Anonymous Kathryn said...

Pseudo Echo. HA HA HA That's got to be one of the most classic 80's one hit wonder band names ever!

8:15 AM  
Blogger LA said...

Are you going to the Kings game on 10/30? A guy I know is singing the National Anthem. (The same guy who sang Babylon on Mad Men.)

12:20 PM  

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