"Bouncement"Ghislain Poirier, Beat Research's DJ C and DJ Flack, Zebbler/Sean StevensMarch 30 at the Linwood GrillPhotos by Matt Teuten
I wasn’t going to mention this. But I’m an on/off again viewer of the show and a fan of the band and well it’s not everyday one of your favorite local groups gets the opportunity to have one of their songs on the silver screen. Chop Chop was doing some shows back in September of last year in LA and “I unwittingly invited one of the producers,” explained frontwoman Catherine Cavanaugh briefly via an email.
[D]uring Peyton's monologue, Amy Poeler [sic] was dressed
in a Patriots jersey and heckled Peyton, saying "What does Tom Brady
and the Circus have in common? They both have two more rings than you."
Photos: Meaghan Murray
Um . . . since when did St. Paddy's Day become an official Imperial holiday? It's weird enough that there were Stormtroopers marching in Southie last week . . . but it turns out we weren't the only ones with an infestation of Irish Star Wars fans. Thanks to Meaghan for the snaps.
back from watching a few innings of the Red Sox-Phillies game on TV at Boston
(Spring is in the air...home opener is in less than three weeks...Fenway
is getting spruced up and should be ready on time.)
getting knocked around a bit, and Jamie Moyer was looking pretty good. Then Wily Mo
blasted one deeeeeep to left.
There’s nothing wrong with a little theft — when it’s done right, that is. The incomparable Jonathan Lethem, in his recent essay for Harper’s, taught me that. Unlike the second performer last night at TT’s, local acoustic guy Brendan Little, who brought to mind about ten different blasé singer-songwriters when he sang “You ain't living till you died/Once or twice” from the track entitled “Boring,” Mean Creak (also of Boston) borrowed from all the best places during their set.