While the days of the $2.50 Long Island iced tea at Anderson’s Fifth Estate (and Anderson’s itself) are long gone, the good people who brought you Panic! are at it again with Obscura, the divey dance night that happens every second Friday and features DJ Roya spinning Brit pop, ’80s, mod, soul and (current) indie rock. This month’s special guest will be Shake! spinner Funkfinger, and organizer Robden Brethauer will be handing out both tickets to David Cross’ upcoming gig and copies of Yo La Tengo’s latest disc. Like the last three years, La Botz will be paying a visit to the West Valley’s Incision Tattoo, where he’s likely to perform songs from his latest album I’m A Crow.
Accents. Every decorator knows that to pull the color pallets agreeing in a two dimensional, the accents you add will work every time. Throw pillows on the sofa, art deco next to the walls, materiel covers, knick knacks, candles and candleholders, plants and vases and even the physique of wood color in the furniture, cupboards or woodwork, can all twiddle a cast off in bringing the colors endlessly fellow feeling your decorated space.
“We would come down here and spend a dollar.”A dollar won get Eady far these days. A 16 ounce Miller Lite tall boy cost five bucks, although copies of the “Rickwood Times” commemorative newspaper were still just a dime.But Martin love affair with Rickwood goes back much further than that, to the summer of 1953, when, as a youngster, he saw Barons first baseman Gus Triandos hit a home run over the left centerfield wall.”Daddy brought us up from Chilton County on a Sunday afternoon, Martin remembered. “We had to leave in the seventh inning because we had to get home in time for church that night.”Martin, who is now retired, has attended all but one of the 20 Rickwood Classics.”This place was 43 years old when I first saw it,” he said today.
Taking in all the scenery, which is a big part of bike touring for me. Wind protection means I not hanging on straining my neck muscles. Nor do I get the notorious pushing on the back created by negative air pressure in the cockpit. Manning’s errant third and goal pass drew a penalty on Panthers cornerback Josh Norman, who was wrapped around Broncos receiver Demaryius Thomas, giving the Broncos first and goal at the 2. Anderson stretched in for a touchdown. Manning’s final throw perhaps the final throw of his career was a successful 2 point conversion to Bennie Fowler that put the Broncos up, 24 10, with 3:08 to go..