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  • Outdoor Activities

    Rising Star "BO DACIOUS"
    Harrisburg Comedy ZoneJuly 26, 2014 8:00 PM
    110 Limekiln Road
    New Cumberland, PA 17070-2475
    Bodacious has been doing stand up comedy for over 13 years now, and has worked with the likes of Dave Chappelle, Damon Wayans, D.L Hughley, Paul Mooney, Tommy Davidson, Charlie Murphy, Sommore and the list goes on and on. Known for his extreme humbleness, wit and slight touch of arrogance, he is a very versatile comic and is suited to do both mainstream and urban comedy clubs.
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    Memoria
    The ChampJuly 26, 2014 6:00 PM
    52 Rear Market Street
    Lemoyne, PA 17043
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    Harrisburg Senators vs New Hampshire Fisher Cats
    Metro Bank ParkJuly 26, 2014 6:00 PM
    101 North 2nd Street
    Harrisburg, PA 17101-1431
    The Harrisburg Senators is a minor league baseball team that competes in the Western Division of the Eastern League. Founded in 1987, the team is based in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and plays its home games at Metro Bank Park. Though it was originally linked with the Pittsburgh Pirates, the franchise now acts as the Double-A affiliate of the Washington Nationals. Notable players to have once played for the Senators include Vladimir Guerrero, Bryce Harper, Cliff Lee and Stephen Strasburg.
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    The Spin Doctors
    Fed LiveJuly 26, 2014 8:00 PM
    234 North 2nd Street
    Harrisburg, PA 17101
    The Spin Doctors is a rock group from New York City, best known for its 1992 hits, "Two Princes" and "Little Miss Can't Be Wrong", which charted at #7 & #17 on the pop chart, respectively. The album that included those songs, Pocket Full of Kryptonite, sold poorly until MTV and radio began playing the songs. The album eventually went gold, and then received another boost in sales after the band's appearance on Saturday Night Live in October 1992, ultimately selling five million copies in the United States and peaking at #3 on the Billboard top 200 album chart. The band also made an appearance on Sesame Street, singing a modified version of "Two Princes" which emphasized the importance of sharing. The current members are Chris Barron (lead vocals), Anthony Krizan (guitar and vocals), Aaron Comess (drums) and Mark White (bass). Turn It Upside Down (1994) was not as successful as Kryptonite, although it did sell a million copies and its second single, "You Let Your Heart Go Too Fast", was a modest hit (#48 on the pop chart). Shortly after the release of Turn It Upside Down, original guitarist Eric Schenkman left the band, citing both musical and personal differences. He was replaced by Anthony Krizan. The follow-up, You've Got to Believe in Something, sold poorly and the band lost its record contract. Guitarist Krizan also left the band following its release, for reasons that remain relatively unknown. He was replaced by Eran Tabid. Also during this time, Ivan Neville joined the band on keyboards. In 1998, the band signed to Uptown/Universal and released Here Comes the Bride in 1999. During the recording of Here Comes The Bride, Mark White left the band. The bass tracks on the album were finished by original band member Aaron Comess. During the tour supporting Here Comes The Bride, Chris Barron lost his voice due to a rare form of vocal cord paralysis. Keyboardist Ivan Neville took over vocal duties for a few dates, but the band eventually cancelled the remainder of its tour, crippling sales of the album. Chris' voice came back in late 2000, where he began performing with his band Chris Barron and the Give Daddy Five. The Spin Doctors remained stagnant until 2001, when the closing of the famous New York City club Wetlands brought the original four members back together. The band started playing one-offs and eventually recorded an album, Nice Talking To Me, released on September 13, 2005. So far, the album has yet to be met with much commercial success. They have also made a guest appearance on the children's book and its accompanying album by Children's Author/Artist Sandra Boynton singing "Tantrum".

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    Chris Cain
    Building 24July 26, 2014 7:30 PM
    1115 Bern Road
    Wyomissing, PA 19610
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    Reading Fightin Phils vs Akron Rubberducks
    FirstEnergy StadiumJuly 26, 2014 6:35 PM
    1900 Centre Ave
    Reading, PA 19605
    The Reading Fightin Phils is a minor league baseball team that competes in the East Division of the Eastern League. Founded in 1967, the team is based in Reading, Pennsylvania and plays its home games at FirstEnergy Stadium. The franchises acts as the Double-A affiliate for the Philadelphia Phillies. Notable players to have once played for the Fightin Phils include Ryne Sandberg, Pat Burrell, Jimmy Rollins and Ryan Howard.
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