It’s been horrific weather since I committed to the 30 Days of Biking challenge. Heavy rains threatened to make the first two days, in Provincetown, MA a miserable ride. However, both days gave a good window which allowed me to ride between the cells and get a good amount of miles in. Continue reading “Riding To The Polls On Day 4 Of 30 Days of Biking”
The forecast ranges from three to eight inches of snow. It’s very difficult to predict snowfall amounts for coastal communities because of the ocean effect. Ten miles inland, the weather people are within millimeters of accumulation. By the end of the week, there will probably be no evidence that it ever snowed. It will be back to bike riding weather in the 50s and 60s.
Sunday is one of my days to ride my bike into the city for Yoga. It’s part of the city’s wellness initiative and every few weeks the a new yogi does the sessions. Sarah, who finished today practiced Forrest Yoga. It was pretty demanding, and if I was doing that at home I would have moaned and grunted. A lot. However, I’m the only male in the class so I have to represent, if you know what I mean. No complaining. Continue reading “There Is A Storm A Brew’n”
Not much to say about this standard route of mine.
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I’ll let the pictures do the talking.
Located in Downtown New Bedford, Massachusetts, the Zeiterion Theatre is the last “old-time” theatre in a city that once boasted 17. Ground was broken on March 14, 1922 and on April 2, 1923, New Bedford opened its last new theatre in the city’s downtown area- The Zeiterion. Built for the “live performance of vaudeville”, it opened with Troubles of 1922 starring and written by George Jessel. The theatre did not meet with immediate success and by September 1923 it had closed briefly and reopened that month as the State, a silent movie house.
Five world premieres were held at the State. One notable premiere was the 1956 opening of “Moby Dick” complete with Gregory Peck in attendance.
“We know none of you know who we are, but thanks so much for the reception”.
That was the comment by the lead singer after the band realized they were a hit with the crowd. The Record Company had a limited amount of time as the opening act and they made the best of it.
The main even opened like an atomic bomb. It stayed that way for the next 90 minutes. Trombone Shorty is a high energy, New Orleans based, funk, jazz, crazy like no other, band. During the first couple of songs, someone would stand and dance or clap, and soon sit back down. Shorty noticed this happening and yelled into the crowd. “If you feel it, stand up and FEEL it”. After that, there were a handful of people in their seats and the energy running at 200%, picked up considerably. It was an intense night of rock and roll, funk and jazz which ended with an encore of Trombone Shorty and his band walking the aisles of the theater jamming like a New Orleans funeral procession.