Back to normal, and another weekend chock full of nuts.
On Friday I assume we'll be doing something about the subject line of this mail and probably go to India House for dinner. I wouldn't rule out seeing the Blair Witch Project afterward (for both redemption and for actual size), although Sunday afternoon might be better because it's a bit less chock full.
After lunch on Saturday, I'm heading over to Park Avenue to "do" the Park Avenue Festival and I'll probably see some of you there. That evening I've got a Park Ave party to go to so y'all are on yer own then.
Sunday I've left a little more open ended. There's the Monroe County Fair where we can see the miracle of how cardboard shims hold up eleven tons of steel and play the old "Who Can Find The Carnie With The Most Teeth" game. Blair Witch on Sunday is possible, and that evening is 1932's "The Mask of Fu Manchu" at the Dryden (8 pm).
For those nocturnal bloodsucker fans, the 1922 film "Nosferatu" is playing at the Dryden at 8 p.m. next Wednesday.
The part that isn't very new follows:
For the last few months I've been having lunch at O'Bagelo's on State Street on Saturday at 11:30. The same people who have been going have been coming back, so I guess I'm not on crack about the food being good.
I'll be there at 11:30. For the few of you who haven't been there, it's on State Street between the Federal Building and Frontier Field. It's south of 490 and north of Andrews on the west side of the street (i.e., across from West Group on the east side.) Their sign is flush against the building so it's a little hard to see unless you're looking. They've got a variety of sandwiches on bagels, fresh bread or fresh rolls, and some soups. There are some veggie stuff too, but sometimes they don't make the fried eggplant very early.
Anyhow, RSVP, call, e-mail, or just show up.
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