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Saturday, October 11, 2008

In The Loop: 10/11/08. That Sweet Scent

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First, let's check out the latest addition to the 337 Memorial Wall.

--- And speaking of which, I didn't get a chance to show off all the photos I took from the Urban Gallery, which you can find here.  Some pretty cool shots including that one of Adam with Carroon in front of what looks to be a mournful Captain Kirk.  It was a pretty cool evening, and one of the last nights in the year that didn't require a coat.

Speaking of changing seasons, I like Fall.  And no, not for the leaves.  There's a scent in the air that always makes me happy.  I'm not a nature know-it-all, and I'm sure one of the weather people could tell me exactly what it is, but it's a comforting scent that goes around in the cold air every October.  Only comes in fall, and somehow overtakes all the other smells around.  This whole week has been a good time to walk around downtown and visit people. 

For the first time in, well, ever, I know what I'm doing for the next couple weeks,  Expect interviews this week about Circlegal, "An October Evening" and 24 Hour Comics Day.  Plus a few events I'm going to attempt to visit all in one day and get pictures for.  On the calendar side I'll now be posting events from New Song Underground, The Trapp Door and The Boing! Collective.  These last few months are shaping up to look pretty awesome down the road, but as always we'll see what happens.

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