Friday, December 29, 2006

Bear With Us 

So we know this is probably so totally, like, last year and stuff, but please bear with us. We've been in hibernation for the past 10 months, and as you've surely noticed by now, we are slow to stir.

At any rate, FAB hopes this song, like, totally changes your life and stuff.

And if anybody has any reasonable idea about what exactly constitutes a Lohan holiday (above and beyond the ideas kindly proffered by the good people at Dlisted), please let us know. We'll expect a memo on our desk after the New Year.

Ear and Liver Notes, But Mostly Ear 

Image Hosted by ImageShack.usTonight, Confessions of a Music Addict is hosting a special showcase, which coincidentally, or not so coincidentally, coincides (fine, not a coincidence then) with LB's birthday.
So tonight, head over to The 585 to hear Chris Unck and the Black Roses, League of Evil, The Beggars' Guild, and Rantings of Eva. There will be two kegs or you can BYO whatever it is you want to imbibe.
Saturday night, head on down to your favorate inebriated imaginary equine-named dump/venue to catch The Booze (mmm...booze) and The Coat Hangers.
New Year's Eve is hands down the most overrated party night of the year. So go out. Do your thing. The same kind of thing you do every weekend. But more. Oh so much more. You have two great music options for this last night of 2006. FAB recommends heading over to the horsey bar to catch Atlanta's favorite sons Snowden, Deerhunter, and Gringo Star (nee A Fir-Ju Well) or going to The EARL to see The Selmanaires, Tenement Halls, and Thee Crucials. Good choices all around, dotcha think?

FAB herself hopes to be heading to the hills to eat donuts.

An Up-To-The-Minute Status Report 

FAB smiles to learn that blogger still works.
FAB wonders where the damn magazines are that were supposed to be delivered today since that was pretty much the raison d'etre for coming into the office.
FAB scratches her head.
FAB eats a pickle.

At Long Last, A Vignette: 

Scene: Outside Studio 54 in Manhattan, after the Friday night showing of The Appletree with Kristen Chenoweth, that perky Broadway songstress to whom FAB, despite her best efforts, is positively inclined. FABMommy looks over at mid-teen-aged girl in baby blue Uggs and miniskirt.

FABMommy: Those new boots are so trendy right now.

FAB: Ummm...Yeah.

End scene

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