First, the good news: The Stew Force One landed in the Big Apple on Saturday, successfully avoiding any mid-air collisions at JFK and arriving in the Big Apple to set up shop for this week's All-Star festivities.
Now, the bad: Armed with a video camera and intentions to bring you "the scene" from MLB's free Bon Jovi show in Central Park on Saturday night, I was instead greeted by a warning on the back of the ticket that no video cameras would be allowed on the Great Lawn and that violators would be punished with the seizure of the recording device and the penalty of having to listen to a recording of an overserved fraternity-sorority mixer singing 'Livin On A Prayer, over and over again.
Anyway, for fear of losing my brother's video camera to a flippin' JBJ concert, I kept the video camera crotched, even though it pained me in more than one way to know I wouldn't be able to share Richie Sambora's heartfelt rendition of 'I'll Be There For You' with the rest of the world.
Alas, not all was lost from what I felt was a fun show at the right price (I like Bon Jovi as much as the next guy who's had too much to drink) ... While MLB could take measures to prevent me from documenting a classic for you, it couldn't stop our coverage of the Central Park characters that were sure to be in attendance. After the jump find video of one woman finding what I might nicely call "a singular groove' among the mass of 70,000. (Yes, my friend Micah was a bit off from his 'unofficial tally' of 500K.)