Friday, April 14, 2006
THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND
Dan has a show:
Saturday, APRIL 15th
95 STANTON STREET (between Ludlow & Orchard)
12 midnight (or whenever we feel like it)
$10 (they raised the cover...sorry!)
(Read the archived blog post on Dan to find out more)
Christopher Booth has shows coming up: check out www.cityhallcomedy.com
Alyssa's thesis is due Monday. She will be doing a lot of pen chewing and sniffing white out.
Natasha will be continuing to recover from the flu. She will be doing a lot of laying around on the couch watching movies on Lifetime and making her husband fetch her things.
Carolyn is going somewhere for two weeks I think, but she hasn't told me where. My guess is she's singing in Bangkok again. She'll be packing her compact.
Zazo is going to start bellydancing classes. He is giving up he pole dancing after injury to his back.
Monika is going to swim with dolphins.
Uma will be changing the cat box. Possibly more than once. And maybe visiting the kittens for an hour or so at PetCo.
Allyson will be out late, partying with Paris and Lindsay.
Candace will be singing the soundtrack to Cabaret at the local piano bar. She will then take requests for selections from Jesus Christ Superstar and Oklahoma.
Yolanda will be throwing out the first ball at the big game Saturday.
Megan will still be on hold with Verizon because JN had a question about the bill.
Becky will be playing the part of the Easter Bunny at a local re-enactment of "Here comes Patricia Cottentail."
Scott will be buying the latest CDs from American Idol contestants.
Denitza will be painting for her exhibition, the entire proceeds of which will go to paying off her latest vet bill.
Judith, Linda, Armando and Jose will still be working on Parade Mugs.
Everyone at Grand Central will be working, working, working.
We will be off to Wilmington Delaware for Easter with the Veasey clan. We will paint eggs, jump on the neighbor's trampoline, and have a huge egg hunt after Church on Sunday. There will be pears cut in half with carrot ears and a little tail of cottage cheese as side dishes at Easter Dinner. There will be a lot of singing of the Hallelujah chorus.
Happy Easter everyone!