Stevie On Playstation, The Love Station, Tsunami Benefit

Stevie On Your Playstation

NFL Streets 2 came out for Playstation 2 a couple of days ago, if you haven’t picked it up, you should. Stevie and the DGK squad are secret characters in the game. At the “cheats and codes” screen enter “Reebok”, then you can play some street ball with whatever big league team you want.

The Love Station

Chris Pastras has launched his art/news Web site The Love Station. “It’s in it’s very early stages so please bear with me as I improve the site in the next few weeks/months,” says Chris. Clink the link and then click on the love station script.

Musicians to help tsunami victims

Sunday, Jan 9th

12pm — 6pm

Restaurant owner and musician Ned Giblin  is throwing a benefit concert for the tsunami victims at Tom Giblins in Carlsbad.

Proceeds from the event, which will be held from noon to 6 p.m., will benefit UNICEF, the worldwide relief agency that specializes in helping children.

The concert will feature performances by bands and artists playing a range of styles, from Irish music to punk rock and alternative. In addition to Gib-lin’s band, Brehon Law, performers — all of whom will donate their time — will include Matt Hensley of Flogging Molly, The Plug Uglies, Faceless, The Clay Colton Band, Skelpin, and Kitchen Fire.

Local restaurants will set up food booths at the pub and donate their proceeds.

Dozens of North County merchants, including surf-shop owners and attorneys, are donating items and services to be auctioned off or raffled.

The pub is at 640 Grand Ave., between Madison and Roosevelt streets, in the Carlsbad Village area. Its parking lot will be fenced off for the event.

The suggested minimum donation for admission is $5. Donations will be tax-deductible and go to UNICEF for the estimated 1.5 million children affected by the tsunamis in India, Indonesia, Thailand, Burma and Sri Lanka.