San Francisco Columbus Day Parade
October 7, 2007

Part 2

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Part 1 - During the Parade

Part 2 - At Gino and Carlo After the Parade (this page)

Part 3 - Barry’s Photos

Part 4 - Pat Mazzera’s “Mister Christopher Columbus” Video

(Part 4 requires QuickTime 7 or greater)



The following photos were taken by photo journalism student Masako and her mentor, Dennis Hearne.

Many thanks to Masako and Dennis for sharing the photos!



Joey was in good form at Gino and Carlo after the parade.


Jimmy, Dave and Hans stay close to the bar, just in case.


Matt is looking good!


Rich is playing like his next beer depended on it.


Jimmy’s U.S. flag stands out among all of the Italian ones.


Carmen has really tuned up her “uniform” for the occasion!


Jimmy looks on, as Hans takes a solo.


Washboard Kitty adds a nice touch to the percussion section!


Kitty and Matt wail on a favorite tune.


Rudy, Keltie, Harvey, and Matt take a short break between numbers.


Cyndi watches Rich and Matt play to the 8-ball.


One of the “regulars” enjoys the band’s performance.


Keltie keeps the music going, while Harvey and Barry discuss world events.


Carmen and Jack play to the delight of the bar patrons.


Carmen and Rich do a little harmonizing.


A great shot of Chris, trying not to spill his beer.


Jim gets a nice washboard sound out of his corrugated 2-thimble tie!


Carmen and Keltie team up in the sax section, as Joey takes the lead on flugelhorn.


Joey is in good form!


Joey and Matt team up.


Rich concentrates on that next note.


Rose and Rudy keep the beat going.


Florence joins Rose and Rudy.


Joey takes a vocal break.


Jimmy takes a beer break, while Hans carries on.


Carmen and Hans keep the music going.


Hans hits his stride.


Rich finds that his horn playing has attracted some fans!


Here’s to the LTWCMB -- we love you all!



Part 1 - During the Parade

Part 2 - At Gino and Carlo After the Parade (this page)

Part 3 - Barry’s Photos

Part 4 - Pat Mazzera’s “Mister Christopher Columbus” Video

(Part 4 requires QuickTime 7 or greater)



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