First of all, dudes, The Rubicon has Deschutes "The Abyss" right now. It's delicious. It has a very dark brown, creamy head and it tastes like coffee and chocolate and is as smooth as a baby's bottom on the way down, despite being ten percent alcohol. It's deceptively strong, so one will probably do the trick.
Here's a picture of a proscuitto sandwich from Le Petit Paris to accompany my silly thing in the news and review. If we're the loftovers, then I thought of a name for the generation that is slightly younger: Lipstuck!Here's the requested photos of Huey Lewis. I don't have a good one of ZZ Top. These aren't so great, either.
Do you know about the Tiffany movie at MOBS this weekend? It definitely smacks of the genre of freak show documentaries that make me very uncomfortable, especially since one of the subjects is going to be at the screening BUT the seven o'clock show conveniently precedes the show at West Capitol Bowl that I'll be going to, so I'm gonna ride my bike there and check it out!
What show? Why, only the Mayyors and Eat Skull at West Capitol Bowl. Starts around nine. Four bands.
Also, Cap Stage (in the Delta King) is doing a production of David Mamet's American Buffalo. I really like plays with local actor (and cap stage founder) Peter Mohrman in them, so I'm stoked.
Have you guys been following the monumental developing story that they might reopen K street to traffic? Sounds like a good idea to me. See, I'm not a complete naysayer, the city just usually has asinine ideas.