Here are the things I won’t be doing this weekend because I’ll be in Roslyn, WA watching Scott rock out at The Brick
- going to the Punk Rock Flea Market
- getting a free scoop of frozen custard from the just-opened Old School Frozen Custard
- attending a good old Midwest style cookout in a friend’s yard (this one stings the most)
- going to the rock show Saturday, 8 p.m., at the Comet for the film True Adolescents that here showing with SIFF. The film has it’s last showing Saturday at 1:30 and I encourage you to see it, it’s set here in the PNW and Seattle and was funny and touching and filled with excellent Seattle music. It was made by Craig Johnson whom I had the pleasure to meet at a meetup with Adam (Amateur Gourmet) when they were in Seattle a few years back.
- going to see Orangette, Gluten-Free Girl, Roots and Grubs and Cook & Eat talk about food writing at the U Village Barnes and Noble, Saturday at 1 p.m.
- getting to each brunch at the Corson Building for the first weekend it’s offered
Roslyn, you better make it worth it.