Maury’s Burger Night

I’ll stand by the burger deal at Maury’s Tiny Cove on Mondays. In addition to the solid meal, you get to see an interior for the upcoming movie Carol, and you might run into ladies from the Red Hat Society; which, how great is their charter? “We are a global society of women that connects, supports […]

Suds cocktail

I’ve stopped using the dishwasher for cocktail glasses. Too many casualties.


I went to my storage closet, the place where I keep: Christmas decorations tools camping stuff seasonal clothes wrapping paper binders full of compact discs bulk items from Costco I’ll dole out in small parcels (toilet paper, paper towels) boxes for electronics memorabilia old videogame systems and a WHOLE BUNCH OF STUFF I REALLY DON’T […]

Sufjan Stevens

I didn’t take this photo. My friend Bob did. After the usher came down to let us know photography wasn’t permitted, I looked down at my camera only to see the message “NO CARD” on the screen. Which is fine really, because then I was able to just sit back and enjoy Sufjan Stevens go […]

Strong winds

The trees outside the laundry room were a vibrant yellow, holding on to their leaves and providing a nice backdrop to the smells of fabric softener. But alas, the past few days have been filled with pretty darn strong winds. Though sometimes annoying, I figure it’s nature way of leaf blowing. Or something.

Silver takes over


We have a few new things for sale (or pre-sale) at Wire & Twine. Tom’s cat Murphy did not cooperate to help us recreate this sketch for the promotion: Oh well.

Hand rolled and locally brewed

As part of their weekly tasting, The Party Source brought in an expert from PDR to hand roll cigars. It was fascinating to watch his deft movement, shaping and forming the tobacco leaf around the filler. Picked up some Dad beer afterward, because plaid makes everything taste better.

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