Monthly Archives: June 2013

That Went Much Better

Just when I thought I coudn’t love Tonk more than I already did, they went and made friends with Dawg, and then busted out an accordion. And is it just me, or are they getting just a teensy bit more … Continue reading

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Artisan Cheese Fest

A bunch of us went to the Artisan Cheese fest at The Cookery yesterday. And by “a bunch of us,” I mean hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of people.  Line-wrapped-around-the-block kind of thing.  One-in-one-out at the door kind of thing. … Continue reading

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Halfway to a Hundred, Plus Some Pleasant Surprises

It’s the end of June, which means we should be halfway through the 2013 to-do list. I’m happy to report: we are.  As soon as someone (Veronica and I) checks off “eat breakfast at Oakwood Cafe,” that is, which should … Continue reading

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That Did Not Go Well

Fletch does not have a temper fit very often.  When he does, though, he has a wicked streak.  He will storm into his room, slam the door, and play Jimi Hendrix records at volume eleven.  He will wait until you go … Continue reading

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Bittersweet

I said my goodbyes to the Berkeley tonight. I know, I know, the Berkeley Cafe is not actually closing.  The music room is just being converted into a tobacco shop, and the restaurant will stay open.  There will still be … Continue reading

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Kirby Dirby: Wonderland Edition

This evening, I went to Wonderland and back. It was exactly as much fun as I wanted it to be. Wonderland, of course, was Kirby Derby. Kirby Street is the main artery of a neighborhood fortunate enough to be in … Continue reading

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Derby Day

Kirby Derby day, y’all. I’ll be the one with the tarts.  Come say hi. Anyone dressed as a Knave of Hearts gets double, because that would be the cutest team costume ever. I very rarely tell people what to do, but … Continue reading

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