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Have a Great Weekend

For my palaeontologist friends, a documentary on Transylvanian dinosaurs.

Have a Great Weekend

Have a Great Weekend

Because about the only place you won’t hear Dallas music is on Dallas radio (and then the geniuses running Dallas radio stations can’t understand why they’ve been replaced so rapidly):

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Have a Great Friday the 13th Weekend

For a friend whose fascination for Kylo Ren escapes me. Not because I would have been accused of Kylo Ren cosplay half my life ago (black hair doesn’t go well with my skintone), but because she could do so much better with Kylo Stimpy, Kylo Beavis, Kylo GIR, Kylo Dale Gribble, Kylo Jay Sherman…

Have a Great Weekend

For those coming out for this weekend’s Late Canada Day gallery show, we’ll see you there. If not:

Have a Great Canada Day Weekend

Because you can’t remind people enough that the Sounds of the Nineties would have been immeasurably better had this crew been used as inspiration:

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Have a Great Weekend

Have a Great Weekend

For those visiting the Fort Worth Water Gardens this weekend:

Have a Great Weekend

Have a Great Weekend

A little over a quarter-century ago, I was neighbors with Cricket Taylor, a singular voice from a city with a lot of musical talent and musical tradition. We were both living in arts spaces in Exposition Park, right across from Fair Park south of downtown, complete with communal kitchen and restroom spaces, and the best thing about getting up early for my day job was listening to her practice new songs in the women’s restroom while I was eating breakfast. I don’t miss a lot of the early Nineties, but hearing her again, I really miss those breakfasts.

Have a Great Weekend

Posted mostly because of the possibility of a weekend plant show in Austin, home of One Eyed Doll:

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For everyone with big plans for the weekend:

Have a Great Weekend

Have a Great Weekend

Because I’m still asked about high school class reunions:

Have a Great Leiber’s Birthday Weekend

Since today is our oldest cat Leiber’s birthday, time for a pair of classics:

Have a Great Weekend

Today is the twentieth anniversary of the death of Wendy O. Williams, the lead singer of the very influential punk band The Plasmatics. I never had a chance to hear the band while they were together (Dallas radio in the Eighties was scared of the subversive tunes of Phil Collins), but catching most of the band’s discography years later, I hated what the Eighties became more than I did while living through it. Rest easy, Wendy: you’ve earned it.

Have a Great Weekend

Everyone should have a theme song, preferably picked by someone who really knows you. For those who know my wife, Caroline of Tawanda Jewelry, here you go.

Have a Great Weekend

Because there’s always time for songs about science.