FlipSide Panel: Super Bowl, Groove Jones at Bistro 19, Chris Brown


Jeff Gochoco: Special weekend for me! Family reunion and Dad’s birthday bash weekend starts with Friday night’s R&B Groove Jones final appearance at Bistro 19. Saturday is dinner at the Eagles Nest and Sunday, I’m hosting a Super Bowl party at my house.

Raquel Lilly: Saturday, my hubby and I will be attending the Chris Brown and Trey Songz concert at the Royal Farms Arena in downtown Baltimore. We have great seats and I know its sure to be fun!

Mike and Sue Edmonds: Sue and I can never get enough live music. So, we went to yet another Kable House Presents concert this week. The Last Bison, an alternative folk band from Virginia, performed at Central Market Thursday night. Leo DiSanto opened. York is really fortunate to have such this unique concert series. Of course, we’ll be watching the Super Bowl and all the crazy new commercials on Sunday.

John Bobby: This Saturday, I’m volunteering walking dogs at the SPCA of York County. There are a lot of dogs here, and volunteers help to make sure every dog gets walked, every day. They are always looking for volunteers to help with the animals, and anyone interested can check out their website for details.

Robert Godfrey: This will be a big weekend at my household.  My son is graduating from college in Pittsburgh on Friday and we are heading west.  We will soon see what the next chapter is in his life.  Saturday, I will be supporting the National Cancer Institute by attending a Silent Auction/Craft Show/Bake Sale at Stillmeadow Church of the Nazarene from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. I am going to a wine tasting with the American Wine Society on Saturday evening.  I joined this group about 2 years ago and have really enjoyed learning so much more about wine.  It costs $49 for an individual membership and $62 for 2 members from the same household per year.  There are two York Chapters if you are interested.  We usually meet once a month at a members home.  The cost is $20 per person for a tasting and the host picks a theme, purchases the wine, researches each wine, educates the group, and provides food for all to enjoy.  The host is reimbursed for the wine costs.  This month’s theme is ports.  Cheers everyone!


Kelley Gibson: On Saturday, the girls and I will go visit one of our favorite places, Refindings Architectural Warehouse. Manager Lou Girolami (Mr. Lou, as the girls call him) loves to show us around as we take a walk back through time strolling through their antique wares and kitschy knick-knacks.

About Ashley May

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