Friday, December 11, 2009

some thought he had religion

others thought he had a demon, harrv thought he had a weed eater loose in his fruit of the looms… (Happy Birthday Caitlen!!)

again, sorry about the delay – to make up for it, I gave you extra almost everything. Enjoy the weekend! Thanks to everyone who made it out for Jingle Ball last night – I believe over 2,400 toys were collected.

In Downtown News:
Finnnnnnnnnnally, the Vics boys are getting the new pizza place thing happening
2009 in review
Goodnight, Raleigh!
More than 150k people have ridden the R-Line

In Raleigh News:
Yancey’s will open on New Years
The Long Branch is reopening
Mixed use project near Crabtree?
A neat private school initiative in Durham

In Local-ish News:
7000 soccer playing boys are in town this weekend…
A Raleigh based sauce is going to Australia! Yummy kangaroos! :)
An RTP connector?
It’s a good thing Raleigh isn’t a “College Town” – we’d totally have won this. (thanks Tim)

In Irrelevant News:
If he’s too heavy to cremate, who’s going to carry the casket?
T.Rex had a tiny cousin
George Stephanopoulos is going to ‘Good Morning America’

Cinderella opens tonight
The Breakfast Club is at Lincoln tonight
Daniel Tosh is at Meymandi tonight
Old Habits Holiday party tonight at Pour House
Oakwood Candlelight Tour is this weekend
International Christmas Market at Seaboard Station this weekend
The Mordecai Lantern Tour is happening Saturday

Mark Your Calendar:
A Museum of Art Contemporaries New Year! (thanks Steve)

What the Weather Holds:
Fri: Sunny. 42° 28°
Sat: Mostly Sunny. 47° 22°
Sun: Rainy and cold. 45° 35°

Do Something Good Today:
I’ve done this before, but it’s a good time of year to do it again

un Stuff:
It’s Lovely, I’ll Take it!
More Chicago climbing
Super Cool Dancin Video! (thanks Karla)

Ever wondered what a Japanese typewriter looks like?
They’ll write your love song for you [Steve, you on here yet??]

Today’s Sign of the Impending Apocalypse:
That’s how they do it down in Louiss-i-ann…

Have a great weekend!

Ashton Mae Smith