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We always plan epic tailgates for Rollergirl matches and this was the colder than any other one I can remember.
You have some real fanboys when they go through this for your team.
Yeah, it was this cold.
Luckily inside it was hot, how awesome is it to be personaly greeeted by a rollergirl or five as you enter the building.
The action inside was as hot as the tailgate was cold.
I've seen enough matches now that I'm starting to notices plays, traps and other interesting action I never appreciated before.
The wild names don't stop withthe girls
a rare sight Saturday night, one of Nashville Rollergirls leading a jam
If you don't start the night out at Cafe de Wheels with a Wheels Burger you're doing something wrong. Hell if you're not in OTR for Final Friday you're doing something wrong.
New little popup shop this month, along with cool handmade stuff there was a girl cutting hair all evening, for free, which I didn't know at the time. Might have jumped on that offer and got this afro tamed.
Park+Vine with their new Soul City mural and some whimsical streetcar artwork.
A postmortem Grammer's parade. The people who loved Grammer's really really loved the place. And I have to say, what ever your feeling, the term hipster was thrown around way too much by people who don't know what they're talking about. For instance, look at these guys, no self respecting hipster would be caught dead in jeans that color blue. Light blue jeans are reserved strickly for my grandpa, I'd wear Gavin's pumpkin casual pants before jeans that light.
OH yeah, and a bagpipe left over from Bockfest, it was all good Friday night.
One of the warmest days of the season and just in time to pop the city door open and have a party. The Cincy Dinner Party actually, they made the trip downtown to visit.
Where'd the huge table come from? How do we hide it in a small condo?
That thing folds up so small it fits in a closet, we're going to be trying to get rid of it, are you looking for a banquet table that will seat 16 when fully expanded? There are two leaves that aren't even in it yet.
day turns into night and the talk turns to extreme super moon!
I guess we won't be doing this very much more, they've installed doors and locks to prevent us from getting roof access.
But what fun would it be giving up at the first door? We kept jiggling doors until one opened and yeilded some incredible downtown moonscapes.
extreme super moon!
Hanging out at the 'Nomerati's the other night and on pops an episode of Anthony Bourdain who just happened to be running around Paris. We were picking out places we visited as he traveled around and we could swear he ate at a place we did, or vise versa, but I googled it and no, it doesn't appear he did.
But the whole thing reminded me of the last day we were there and Ms. 5chw4r7z wanted to get breakfast at Breakfast in America, an American diner on the rue des Ecoles in the Latin Quarter. We better get there early, no don't worry no one gets up early in France.
No one but Americans craving American food. We show up and the line wraps around the block.
Drivers in Paris crack me up, notice the two cars parked back to back.
So we did what we did during the entire trip, walk a few blocks deeper into the neighborhood until we came across an interesting looking Patisserie.
And they're on the current issue of gourmand.
All kinds of drama and freaking out when I pull out a camera, so outside shots it is.
Like everywhere else in Paris the pasteries were lighter than air, melt in your mouth deliciousness.
Then we strolled around the Quarter munching fresh baked French bread.