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23 May 2009 @ 12:29 am
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13 May 2009 @ 08:23 am
There are still a few sets remaining for the last show of the season in the Moorestown DeCafe concert series at the Perkins Center for the Arts in Moorestown, NJ.

Friday, May 15th they present Jonathan Byrd.

Jonathan Byrd

"A native of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Jonathan grew up singing in the Southern Baptist church, where his father preached and his mother played piano. After four years in the Navy, he returned to Chapel Hill to play in rock bands in that legendary underground music scene. A friend of Jonathan's invited him to an old-time fiddle festival in the mountains of southwest Virginia, where his writing began to change. Assimilating the sounds of southern traditional music, Byrd wrote new songs in an ancient style."

"What a treat to hear someone so deeply rooted in tradition, yet growing in his own way." - Tom Paxton

Tickets are $15 and are available through the Perkins Center for the Arts website

Song samples and more on his website or myspace
12 March 2009 @ 11:52 pm
Does anyone know of any 24 hour laundromats in the Camden/Burlington County area? Or anywhere else, for that matter? Last I heard, the one on Rt. 38 in Mt. Holly was no longer 24 hours, although I could possibly be misinformed.
Sunday February 22, 2009 4:00-7:00pm

Mizpah-Haddon Heights Lodge #191
511 Station Avenue (just south of Rt. 30/White Horse Pike)
Haddon Heights, NJ 08035

We will be having a Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser to help raise money for the Lodge's Building Fund.

The evening will be comprised of an hour of appetizers from 4:00 - 5:00pm
Followed by an all you can eat Pasta Dinner from 5:00 - 7:00pm

This is a family affair!
Bring your family and friends out to this awesome event!
We always have a good time!

Home made Sauces by the ladies of Mizpah-Haddon Heights Lodge!
Garlic Bread
2 types of pasta

With reservations Adults- $10 and Kids-$5
Without reservations Adults- $12 and Kids-$6
To-Go Plates (Large portion of Pasta, 2 meatballs, 1 sausage) $8 each

Walk-ins welcome!
Pay at the door!

Reservations can be made by contacting

Bro. Christopher M. Orapello, SMC

This is sure to be a good time full of Food, Fun, and Fellowship!

Hope to see you all there!

Bro. Christopher M. Orapello
Mizpah-Haddon Heights Lodge #191 F&AM
Current Mood: busy
25 January 2009 @ 10:14 pm
Where in South Jersey can i get good chicken & waffles? Seriously. There's gotta be somewhere, right?
We are very pleased to announce that an article discussing apophenia and pareidolia has finally been posted on our website. These two issues pertain to perceptual interpretation and its role in paranormal investigation. Often most forms of paranormal phenomena are explained by skeptics as occurrences of apophenia and/or pareidolia. Read this new article by Christopher Orapello and find out why this can't always be the case!

Apophenia and Pariedolia


Mid-Atlantic Paranormal Research
Selling this sweet trailer. It was bought new at Home Depot 2 years ago for $2200. It's been on 2 tours.

In it, you can fit :

2 complete drum sets (with cases)
3 Guitar Cabs
4 Guitar Heads
5 Guitars (with cases)
2 Basses (with cases)
2 Random Combo amps
2 Big boxes of Merch
Over 10 big bags full of clothes.

.. basically it's enough room for 2 full bands to lug all their gear in a tour. It gets tight with 2, but it works well. It would be WAY more than enough room for one band.


I'm asking $1200 or best offer. Email or comment me if you're interested!

I highly favor using Paypal, but you could also send me a money order or meet me with cash.

The Trailer is currently located at my drummers house in Keansburg, NJ. If you decide you want it, you can paypal me the money and feel free to just roll up to Keansburg and take it off his driveway. All that can be worked out very easily. The cover over the left wheel is a little loose, but a couple screws will make that good as new.

So yeah, let me know.
24 October 2008 @ 10:18 am
My wife was recently laid off, she is looking for a job.

She has a 2 year degree from Ohio State business college in Accounting.

Accounts Payable/Receivables is what she would like to do, but also has worked in manufacturing as a line worker, and QA inspector.

If you know of a job opening please send me a message or respond to this message. We've been looking on Craigslist, Monster, Yahoo, hotjobs, Phillyjobs, etc.. with no luck. Also she's been canvasing the area applying everywhere.

15 October 2008 @ 02:07 pm
 Do you like local history? Do you want to explore a new part of South Jersey without leaving your home? Then take a look at my blog grovechronicle.wordpress.com. The town of Pitman played an important part in history and still has a historical feel. So check out my blog, and tour this small town only 15 minutes from Philadelphia