B! Where Are They Now?
Many Bporters remember CAZ as the slick fielding outfielder who fine tuned his baseball skills at the swift pitch box on 29th and Stewart. Mr. Zivalich was also the first neighborhood kid to sport a Mizuno glove which he theft-proofed by famously inscribing his initials on the brown mitt's soft outside leather. These bold moves helped establish CAZ's repuation as a cool cat in the neighborhood. He further burnished his reputation by assisting the ONIAC roller-blade hockey team in besting the Taylor street squad in numerous match-ups on the old asphalt field next to "the club."
Unbeknownst to many CAZ's star still burns bright in the neighborhood. The old neighborhood trendsetter has traded in his Mizuno for a guitar which he jams today in the company of his band: Uproar's Revenge.
Judging from these videos CAZ is now popular then ever and the crowd of characters who pop up throughout these garage jam sessions is sure to bring joy to all our readers.
Uproar's Revenge is playing this Sunday at Reggie's Rock Club in the Battle of the Bands. Swing bye and give these local boys some support.