Archive for October, 2010
Although he stretched the theme of his own party (“animated”), making my own Sergeant Slaughter costume the clear winner, Greg’s Bert costume was pretty incredible. It also made it clear that Bert is merely a jaundiced hare krishna.
Smyrna Airport. Overflow for Nashville International, and capable of landing any aircraft but the space shuttle.
Turns out airports aren’t that interesting from the ground, but hey, the clouds look nice!
My favorite time of year. We got an early start on halloween this year, with some early October pumpkin pie action, although naturally those were made with pie pumpkins, not these big boys.
Union Station, Nashville, TN. Shot out of a moving car, because apparently I have no regard for my safety or the safety of others.
Union Station opened almost 110 years ago, to the day. Oct 9th, 1900. They used to have alligator ponds in the lobby. I think they should bring those back. Alligators are cool.
My friend Cary came through town yesterday, and I swung by the Marathon Motorworks building to snap a few pictures while they were doing some video work. Cary and I have been friends since we were like 10, and she had an amazing voice even then. Lately, though, she’s honed it into a dangerous weapon of an instrument, and she’s been touring like a mad woman with her husband, Michael Trent. If you haven’t seen them yet, you’re really doing yourself a disservice. I know that you can’t throw a rock in this town without someone promoting themselves or their friends’ music, but I have yet to convince anyone to see them that didn’t leave with their jaw on the ground. Lucky for you, they’re coming to town! On their way back from New Orleans, they’ll be stopping here to play at 3rd and Lindsley on Friday, Oct. 8th. You should go. If you’re wondering what to expect, this video, and this one should give you a pretty good idea.