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Big game, bigger appetites

Super Bowl Sunday a lively day for area restaurants, but still calmer than Yankees-Red Sox

George Kakule of Schenectady, left, and his cousin, Kim Kakule of Waterford, right, serve pizza during a Super Bowl Sunday party at the Schenectady City Mission.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
George Kakule of Schenectady, left, and his cousin, Kim Kakule of Waterford, right, serve pizza during a Super Bowl Sunday party at the Schenectady City Mission.
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Volunteer fireman Tom Georgia didn’t have a lot of time to talk Sunday afternoon. From 1 to 5:30 p.m. he was one of 15 volunteers working frantically at the annual Tribes Hill Fire Department Super Bowl barbecue fundraiser. “We’re very busy,” he said. “We’ll do 650 chickens and about 150 ribs. We’ll do that in four hours.” The Tribes Hill Fire Department has held the drive-through barbecue dinner on Super Bowl Sunday for 30 years. ...


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