It wasn’t all about the Oscars this weekend, though, if you watched the telecast, it sure felt like it lasted all weekend.
Friday night I spent quality time at the Brig, getting used to some new darts. You know you’ve graduated to “regular” status when you show up sporting your own gear (if only I had the talent to back up the hardware).
Saturday was a low-key day. I stayed in and watched “The Karate Kid” remake, which is currently streaming on Netflix. I’ll be honest: I didn’t hate it. Had it been a half hour shorter, I might have even enjoyed it (don’t tell Mike Oz.)
Sunday morning was spent at the latest edition of Soulful Sundays; it was a musical and brunch-y tribute to music producer J Dilla. The event was held, as usual, on the back patio of Veni Vidi Vici, which was kind of cold, but delightful nevertheless (Pics from the event are on my personal blog, which you can read here).
And Sunday evening, of course, was spent
watching the worst Oscars ever enjoying James Franco’s backstage Tweets, which were far more entertaining than the ceremony.
How about you? Did you attend the Gumbo Throwdown Saturday morning? Or the Food Not Bombs benefit Friday evening? Let us know what we missed in the comments.