"Yes bar no rose" was the best answer I got from KA today, or anybody. Although I still think it would be cool if she showed up at the bar with a red rose in her hair. Also, if the rest of the scene was in black & white. But I guess if you already know someone, there is no need for him/her to have a definitive rose or for the rest of the world to be in black & white, since we've long chugged passed the Age of Technicolor.
I am very tempted to do this tonight. I've been looking for an excuse to use a glue stick and construction paper recently:
For anyone with a hankering for liquor-fueled art and crafts. Our group sits around making dioramas and marveling at our own creations. The theme will be announced on the night of and there will be one first prize, voted on by all the creators (and drinkers) that show up. Bring your own shoebox plus glue, found objects, foil,
toothpicks, craft store doo-dads, string, cotton balls, cake toppers, general junk, and inspiration. Bring stuff for your own diorama, but you are also strongly encouraged to bring stuff to share with the communal stew of diorama ingredients.
Freddy's Back Room
485 Dean Street, 6th Avenue, Brooklyn
Instead, I think I may go with KA and see I Know Who Killed Me. Yes, it stars dear Lindsey Lohan. Aren't you even a little bit curious about the movie?
Also, after the reading on Thursday, you could mosey on down to this art opening with the work of Alex Feld:
NIAGRA, a bar on avenue A at 7th street.
Come anytime between 9pm and 2am, drink in the basement and see a few new prints.
Niagra also features a sweet pinball machine and a photobooth in case
you weren't already sold.