Sunday, February 18

v-day and woodlab

I've fallen behind on posting here so I am going to recap a bit. On Valentine's Day, I took my dearest out to dinner at the very romantic Polish Hill establishment, Gooski's.

v-day at gooski's

We had delicious cheeseburgers and fries, courtesy of Blazzzer. Good food, good times. From there, we headed over to Modern Formations in Garfield for the first night of the new Woodlab series. It was a bitterly cold and icy evening, so not many folks came out, but that didn't matter. It actually made for quite an intimate evening of music, kicked off by Hills.

hills @ woodlab

anita fix @ woodlab

Next up, Anita Fix...I have to admit I got a bit carried away taking pictures of Al. For some reason, I got a bit in my head, thinking about my earliest days in Pittsburgh and the many Tiny Little Help shows that I attended. Shows that inspired me to start taking my camera with me and which led to the hundreds upon hundreds of "Rickety" photos that I have today.

daryl f. & megan

Daryl Fleming and Megan Willams were the third act and they played a great set as well. Really, the whole night was amazing and I apologize for not writing about it well, but it has been a long weekend and I am quite tired at the moment.

dave bernabo @ woodlab

Dave Bernabo capped off the evening and did not disappoint. I have to admit that I was very sleepy and probably even dozed off once or twice, but I like to think that if I can fall asleep to music, it means it's good stuff.

I have more to show and more to tell, but right now, I need to get some food in my belly (turkey burgers and tater tots) and watch a movie. Back soon.

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