Pre-weekend Weekend Lunch Invite 38: Watch TV, Strenghten Bones
Remember kids, Mental Illness Awareness Week runs from October 3 to October 9. RIT wraps up the week with their Brick City Festival with Jon Stewart headlining on Saturday (the 9th).
Movies this week (links courtesy The Internet Movie Database, duh):
Those of you who read carefully last week, and those of you in
the know know Buddhahood is at
(650 N. Meter Street) tonight.
Show after show, they manage to totally not suck. Who knew.
(170 East Avenue.),
3FU sneaks in under the wire to play
on the same card as Meg & the Clams (for happy hour) and
The Watchmen. You can see their past in future tense at the
3FU web page.
O'Bagelo's: Noon. High Noon.
Out of curiosity, I may be enticed to see Commander Cody &
his Lost Planet Airmen at Dinosaur Bar-b-que. Among other things
(and if they're the same group), they were known for the song,
"Hot Rod Lincoln."
Nothing to do but movies, really, except--and I don't know
anything about it, but I'm game to go cold--"How to Leave Adolescense at
30" is at the
Downstairs Cabaret Theater
(20 Windsor St..)
As this is among the set of first and third Mondays of each month,
there's another Camera Rochester meeting tonight at Atonement
Lutheran Church at
1900 Westfall Road
from 7:30 to 9:30. A couple weeks ago there was a guy who talked
about how to make money taking pictures. How convenient...I
don't remember what this week holds, but it'll probably be at
least slightly interesting.
At 10:00 p.m., Dan Liberto hosts the open mic comedy night at
Token Joe's at
150 Andrews Street.
This is getting to be a pattern, I know, but there really isn't a whole heck of a lot of thrilling things going on during the midweek run. Now once again, Matt The Bartender switches the Rohrbach's's TV's to Comedy Central and pumps up the volume to watch South Park which runs at the ten o'clock hour. If you thought it was remotely funny at home, try it after a few pints of Scotch Ale. All this joy happens at Rohrbach's on 315 Gregory Street.
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 12:00. 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 12:00. 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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