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Tuesday, October 13, 2009

The Sights: New lineup, new album in the can, an email and a free show today.

Posted By on Tue, Oct 13, 2009 at 12:49 PM

We just got this email from the lovably impish Eddie Baranek. We couldn't put it better ourselves:

Hello,

as part of United Way's Blocktoberfest, The Sights will be kicking it on the back of a flat bed truck from 5pm til 6:30pm today.

Where the hell is that?-- Lafayette between First and Third Streets. There will be vendors/booths, so you will see a bunch of people doing stuff in an area-- eating, hanging, talkin'. We're the pile of people rocking Devin and Carmen's face off. My old man might come, and he wants to talk weather with Chuck.

Gaidica.

So if you still have a job and you get off in time, get off again with us.

eddie b.

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