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Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Chicken Wings Burn Down Apartment

Cooking chicken wings starts Tampa apartment fire

Posted: 10/10/2010

By: Chad Cookler
TAMPA - A man's attempt to cook chicken wings Sunday afternoon sparked a fire that damaged several Tampa apartments.

According to Tampa Fire Rescue, 23-year-old Zachary Lesinski was frying the wings around 1 p.m. when the grease boiled over onto the stovetop and caught fire.

Lesinski tried to smother the blaze but couldn't so he called 9-1-1 as he ran out his home, located at the Cove Apartments on Westshore Blvd.

Firefighters got the flames under control in about 20 minutes and were able to stop the fire from consuming the entire building.

The fire did moderate damage to Lesinski's apartment and caused some smoke and water damage in 3 other apartments. Damage to the building is estimated at $100,000.

The American Red Cross is helping those displaced by the fire.

Saturday, October 9, 2010

Championship Sports Bar & Grill - home of the garlic Parmesan wings????

Championship Sports Bar & Grill

by: Elyse Convery

I see a lot of rock shows for my boyfriend AJ's band at a bar called Championships in Trenton NJ. Usually when I get food there I'll get a burger and fries or a cheesesteak. But I always see the part of the menu that says "home of the garlic Parmesan wings".

Today, I got them, and they were delicious. It took a while for the wings to come out because of how large the show was. The bar is small, but the music crowd they bring in Is huge. I listened to a band play while I waited, and then the wings came.

I ordered 12 instead of 6 because I was really hungry. The garlic Parmesan wings were the right choice. They were tangy, but not spicy. They had just enough sauce that wasn't sticky but stayed on the chicken. The wings were fried, which I liked.

Usually, when you think chicken wings, there are hot wings, mild wings, and barbecue wings. The garlic Parmesan wings were something I've never tried before, but I was not disappointed.

931 Chambers Street
Trenton, NJ 08611
(609) 396-5457

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Red Bull gives you wings. Chicken wings in your pants give you an arrest

Red Bull gives you wings. Chicken wings in your pants give you an arrest

By Jay Ditzer

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A Louisville man is facing theft charges after police said he stuffed a box of chicken wings down his pants.

According to arrest records, Carlos N. Key, 24, was seen by a Sav-A-Lot store employee putting a box of chicken wings into his waistband.
He then attempted to leave the store, police said.
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According to arrest records, an off-duty corrections officer detained Key until police arrived.
Key told police that he was just trying to feed his son, according to arrest reports.
Key is charged with theft by unlawful taking and shoplifting.