Sunday, March 22, 2009

SUN 3/22: Part I -- Milky Way Parade

A funny thing happened to me on the way back from the NFT party on Friday: They plied me with drinks, free guide books, and wanton, onanistic library stories. That was the first stop of a night of many drinks and mediocre Peruvian food. It transitioned into a day with my relatives on the North Shore. (If any of my colleagues are reading this, I didn't stop at the Seawitch...)

Then... I fell asleep.

Maybe no one is going to jump out of the door, but I love the Milky Way, and want to throw this out...

Stay tuned...


SUN 3/22

Farewell / Welcome Parade
start at Bella Luna & Milky Way Lounge, 403-405 Centre St, Jamaica Plain

They're moving to a bigger (maybe better) location. Let's not forget how awesome the original Milky Way Lounge was, but it's time for a fresh start (skeeball instead of candlepin, etc). Like a New Orleans funeral march, there's some sadness but it's a joyous experience. The Second Line Social Aid and Pleasure Society Brass Band and Bloco AfroBrazil will make most of the music, but everyone is encouraged to bring an instrument and join the fun. Clap hands, sing, or just walk along to get an early glimpse of the new Bella Luna / Milky Way.

There's a strong likelihood of hot cocoa and treats awaiting the marchers at The Brewery Complex, 284 Amory St. It's about a mile from start to end. (And it's closer to the T...)

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