The YaJagoff crew invades Donna Kane’s domain to kickoff the first fireplace tour thanks to Bob Hufnagel, our sponsor from Suburban Floors. Donna serves as the epitome of hostess with her spread of food, cocktails, and overall entertaining grace at her newly-built mother-in-law suite. She chats her prior charity work as she welcomes the gals from Fame 15 and The History Center to preview History Uncorked with a 1920s theme, Pete the Car Man gives his 5 winter car buying tips with the help of Aaron Kleiber, who may be driving a Pete vehicle to his March 3 music hall gig in Homestead. The guys from Fubarb hit the couch and weigh in on changes in the music industry and pay homage to their hostess with a little “Oh Donna”–all while we munch on Ernie Ricci’s sausage!
The Episode after the 100th Better Known As the First HOME Fireplace Tour Stop
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Music: Fubarb does a little acoustic set.
Total Sports Enterprises at the Mall at Robinson has a one-track mind—sports. Check out TSESHOP.com for a list of events where you can bid and receive some of your favorite black and gold items. Catch TSE at the Brett Keisel Shear Da Beard event at Jergels this Friday where you can help benefit the kids at Children’s Hospital. Stop at the Mall at Robinson or visit tseshop for 24/7 black and gold!
Question of the Day
In honor of the History Center—what is your favorite historical moment in time?
Opening…John and Rachael promise there is no more reflecting on the 100th episode, although it was a fun week to highlight. They look forward to some shopping cart jagoffery next week. And… we meet DONNA!!!!
“Pete the Car Man” or “Guy,” real name Pete Payne, shares the couch of catch up with Aaron Kleiber and discusses common car buying misconceptions, and even puts out a top 5 list. Follow P and B Motors on Instagram. Aaron chats in about his comedic success and how it has come full circle to his debut back in his Homestead on March 3 with a live-streamed performance. Get show details and tickets. Plus, how many times has he been on the PA Lottery commercials?
Fubarb takes a break from crooning in the living room to reminisce the music scene over the last 30 years from basement practice to singing the National Anthem at Three Rivers Stadium. They close with a special song for and with Donna.
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