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Wednesday, September 29, 2004
A Tribe Called Quest is coming to the Pageant October 30th for $20, during fall break, and it's 21 and up only.
Fellow minors, here's to getting collectively figuratively slapped in the face.
My photos are coming out quite nicely; the same kind of pretentious long
exposure stuff I used to do with my digital camera, but on film. The
problem: perhaps I'm not looking hard enough, but St. Louis and surrounding
areas are becoming more and more boring to my sense of aesthetics by the
second - this isn't to say that I don't love that
midwest-longing-for-more-but-am-attached-to-its-calmness stuff; I'm just
kind of getting tired of doing it...

Which reminds me:
Baton Bob is in Atlanta.
Tangerine and the Chocolate Bar (its original incarnation, at least) are
The Commonspace, as a storefront, will soon be gone as well.
A certain unnamed establishment with an originally admirable exterior has
proven to belie a harsher reality as well.

In short: the things I love about St. Louis are leaving a sour taste in my
mouth not much unlike old milk. Washington Avenue, at least towards the
east, seems to be morphing from the Land Of Nightclubs And A Few Art
Galleries to the Land Of Rich Out-Of-Towners Shopping At Boutiques And
Drinking In A Swanky Hotel Bar While Averting Their Eyes From The Homeless
Man Across The Street, which is to say that the ridiculous-looking mock-up
of "urban sophistication" that I found on Downtown Now!'s website may be
coming true? Please, charge me more.

Thursday, September 23, 2004
I think I was supposed to realize that this was a bad week, but I've been too tired until now to notice.
Tuesday, September 21, 2004
I think I was supposed to realize that this was a bad day, but I've been too tired to notice. Ken seems to work in the library, which more than explains why he's there.
Sunday, September 19, 2004
MIT OpenCourseWare | OCW Home

Why even go to college anymore, really?
Wednesday, September 15, 2004
Coming next Tuesday to Pop's:
Sí: A Tribute to Yes
Today I saw both Beatle Bob and Concert Ken in the library. 2 for 2.
Tuesday, September 14, 2004
You need to try Thai Pizza Co. in the Loop.

Yes, it, too, is owned by the Cafe/Country Cafe/Gai Yang Cafe/Express people, it, too, is cheaper than the less-authentic versions of its dishes that are served at Stir Crazy and California Pizza Kitchen, and it, too, is quite tasty.
Sunday, September 12, 2004
While I'm making appeals for information from people using Google, I suppose that now's as good a time as any to ask: whatever happened to Romeo, the cat from the good old Nova Clothing and Accessories in the Loop? I still wear my old shirts from there, holes and everything. I remember that Romeo's owner told me once, while Nova was in the process of closing, that a friend of hers was going to help her make Romeo "world domination through lethargy" t-shirts, and she showed me the design, which made me desperately want a shirt. So if anyone knows of the whereabouts of Romeo or the status of said shirts, do let me know.
Friday, September 10, 2004
You Have Bad Taste in Music: an Eman Laerton Production
Monday, September 06, 2004
This just in:
Everyone on campus but Eric stoned out of their minds

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