This weekend is as eclectic as it is upcoming. Take advantage of outdoor theatres, outdoor jam bands, outdoor boats, outdoor jazz, and outdoor sweaty guys. Plenty of time to stay indoors when Polar Vortex 2 hits later. Remember I said that.
A wise man once said, “It’s hot as a snake out there.” Right now it’s actually mild as a snake out there, but at any rate: snakes. Snakes and dance and music and beer and kings–that’s what’s on tap this weekend. Live it up.
If you planned things right this week, you COULD drink some things from one event, grab some tomatoes from another, and tell some performers from a third just what you think of them via a direct splat right on the kisser. I would never condone that, ever. But I would watch the video.
IT’S FINALLY HERE. The holiday we’ve all been waiting for (or is that just me?). In addition to #patriotism, there are other things to do, just in case it isn’t your thing to celebrate a group of revolutionaries who made your very lives possible.
You know what? Just stay in this weekend. The sheer amount of amazing things to do might just overwhelm you. But if you like art, more art, comedy, theatre, and music…put on your best duds and venture out.
So much food–and not the typical foodstuffs this weekend. Plus, a celebration of only one of the most nationally defining moments in our cultural history. What could you possibly be doing that would top any of the above?
Clothes may not make the man, but they might just make the soccer player.
No indoor events to keep you from the humidity this weekend, sorry, but one of this week’s 5 Things involves being submerged in water, so that’s close, right? Shakespeare, records, food, pigs, and of course…alcohol.
It’s nice out, the bacon is sizzling, the steel guitars are twanging, the vocal chords are humming, the beer is flowing, and…Dave Coulier. We’ve got it all (?) prepped for you this week.
Hope you’re hungry, because three major food festivals converge upon the waistbands of our restaurant-obsessed city. While you’re waiting for your belt to just give up and split in twain, keep yourself occupied with comedy and/or dancing.