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True Margrit

Wednesday, December 07, 2005

On the other hand

Well, on one hand it was a lovely week for True Margrit: another nice review--this time in the San Francisco Bay Guardian! Our thanks go out to Laurie Koh for writing up a piece on SEAWORTHY!!

click here and you'll see the Guardian review

On the other hand, our December show at the Pound got postponed which is too bad (more on the final date when it is... you know, final).

But on the other hand, I am psyched! I get to be one of the special guests at The Blame Sally show on Sunday the 11th at Bazaar Cafe--I am to serenade Monica for her birthday. She says it will be a song of her choice--but it will be something from SEAWORTHY......ooh the suspense is killing me!

On the other hand--wait a minute how many hands is that? Well, as the stream of the year slows to a trickle, it's a moment to give and take with as many hands as inner & outer resources allow--or on the other hand keep your hand close to your vest, or lift up your hand and toast those near and dear AND those faraway and/ or just plain gone.

Here's to all your hands. Don't you wish you had more?


Blogger Gary said...

I don't need more hands, thank you. Just more fingers...

Speaking of which, the night before the Pound gig that isn't (make that the 16th) I'll be backing a short Sally Lieber set (the set, not Sally) at Judea Eden's Christmas Sing-A-Thon at Dolores Park Cafe. (Which will feature OTHER members of Blame Sally Pam & Jeri. Them girls do get around.)

Vicious Fish lives! (well, 2/3 of it anyway...)

Thu Dec 08, 11:41:00 PM PST  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's an awesome review! My hands to you - or whatever.

Oh, I already just posted this on the griddle blog, but go see Brokeback Mountain. Right away. Not sure if it opens everywhere today as films tend to open here in NY before SF. I saw an advance screening last night.

Fri Dec 09, 07:06:00 AM PST  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I loved Stephen Colbert's review of Brokeback Mountain in his piece last night on "Christian-appropriate Christmas movies." Yup, a good old-fashioned he-man western!

Fri Dec 09, 12:22:00 PM PST  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I heard about that but missed it. Damn.

Actually, the characters played by Heath and Jake are he-men. They're just he-men that happen to like fucking each other.

Fri Dec 09, 07:57:00 PM PST  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Actually, I love that some people call it a Western. I don't agree with that at all.

Best Western with some subtle homoeroticism? The Wild Bunch.

Tue Dec 13, 03:10:00 PM PST  

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