Thursday, June 30, 2011

The 60s Journey

The painting took me on a journey to Southside Park

Whitney's 60s cocktail party

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Day of Introspection

The day started off with heavy talks about our origin stories.
I even drove to Citrus Heights and fished my yearbooks out of storage to further look into the past.

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

The Southside bomb

The kids took over Old Ironside karaoke

M. White going crazy on some Savage Garden
So good he got cigarettes thrown at him and made a crown of them
pretty cute knocking Shoppe Matt Maxwell getting close to CGI Jeff Bridges
the karaoke DJ seemed stoked that things were so bumping. A good time was had by all.

Monday, June 27, 2011


I had the good fortune to get invited to a special dinner at Mulvaney's
family style
Being asked if I wanted to be on my own blog. Answer: nope.
Happy birthday Louie!
Mike C.'s birthday at Press Club

Sunday, June 26, 2011

Very unfriendly

Hilarious sign outside of Lucky CafeSuck it Crest.
Not that I really care.

Saturday, June 25, 2011

Sacramento Records Showcase

At Phono Select with Nacho Business' Candice

Impromptu jam by Downtown James Brown
DJ Scott Miller's peace chalice
Heather took advantage of the pizza, nacho cheese and croissants by combining them all.
The one and only Gabba (Croissants front man)
Charles Albright! The heart of Sacramento Records.The peanut gallery hangs out by the giant boombox.

Friday, June 24, 2011

The Great Mix off of 2011

I was one of the judges of a contest. The goal was to create a mixtape of 5 songs that would come together to form the worst mixtape ever. The winner would then get to force the losers to sing their crappy songs at karaoke.
These were the posted results:
The winner is...
Mix 4 for including two of the worst songs I have ever heard perfectly spaced out with three pretty awful songs. Next Tuesday the losers will have to sing their hearts out.

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Arts and farts and crafts

I've been dressing like a 70s camp counselor which makes me think of the great film Wet Hot American Summer. I've also been driving around town finding silly art of all kinds.

Thrift stores mostly-like this gemI fell in love with this painting but couldn't commit.
I literally swerved the car to the side of the road to get a picture of this sweet Nessie on someone's front lawn.

Admired some of Nathan Cordero's pieces at Verge. I can't wait to see his show at The Nelson in July.