Saturday, February 25, 2006

weekend wrap-up

Bloggers love comments. They're almost as gratifying as applause. I was pleased to get some comments on my post about The 2wenty. One of those came from an L.A. blogger named Anna who has some interesting posts herself.

My friend Bean has been writing about his upcoming trip to Tennessee. As promised, I asked for a tour of the Body Farm for Bean and me. Carol Bass told me that her husband will be signing books in Tucson that day. She suggested I contact Dr. Lee Jantz to ask for a tour. I sent an email so we'll see how that goes. I should probably mail Bean a copy of this week's Metro Pulse. It's their music issue and has yet another article about WDVX.

Speaking of the Metro Pulse, a blurb in the Ear To The Ground column tipped me off about a Patricia Cornwell novella being serialized on the New York Times website. The column says that much of the novella is set in Knoxville. I'll have to read it as soon as I finish reading "Predator."

Don't you agree that the lovely Stacy Keibler has a slight resemblance to the lovely Elisabeth Hasselbeck? Or am I crazy? Maybe I'm crazy for thinking that Drew Lachey deserves to win "Dancing With The Stars." On the East Coast we saw Drew cover his behind with a cowboy hat after Bruno Tonioli made a "Brokeback Mountain" reference. On Friday's show, "Access Hollywood" reported that the hat trick was edited out of the West Coast broadcast.

Thanks to BoingBoing.net I saw an amazing collection of anachronistic hi-tech products on the Internet this week.

The death of Don Knotts is big news around here. Two episodes of "The Andy Griffith Show" air every weekday on the local CBS affiliate.

Consider this your one week reminder that Einstein Simplified will perform at The Comedy Zone on Saturday, March 4 at 6:00 p.m. Click here for a handy, printable calendar (PDF file). You've made enough excuses in the past. This month you should be there!

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