Have you ever followed someone who had a never-ending story, always something or another, just to keep you in his or her inner circle. They say things like, we would do this and we could do that, just like the white lines on the road, on and on and on – non-stop, leading to nowhere. Yet, you keep on following them and wondering where is the punch line. You keep looking ahead to the finish line, but it’s not in sight. If you keep following and listening to someone like that, you will never see the end. Just like the white line in the road.
If you like country music, Adair’s Saloon is the place to go. Located on 2624 Commerce St., Adair’s Saloon offers burgers, beer, and jukebox country, and features new and local country musicians every night. The walls are adorned with graffiti and you are encouraged to add your own mark. Adair’s Saloon is open from 2:00 pm to 12:00 am on Monday, 11:00 am to 2:00 am Tuesday through Saturday, and from 12:00 noon to 2:00 am on Sunday.
End of the World This 1962 pop hit by Skeeter Davis was an international success. It went to #2 on Billboards Hot 100, #2 on Billboards Country Singles, #1 on the Adult Contemporary chart. It even went to #4 on the R & B chart, making Ms Davis one of the very few caucasian female vocalists to enjoy a top ten on this chart.
We have a nice, icy cold beer and some lunch. By now the crowd at the Spoke is growing even bigger. Bikes are now parking across the street to get into the Spoke. We look at the time of day (remember I started in Central Vermont at 10:30 am) and it well past 2:00 in the afternoon. My “brother” and I like to ride relaxed and under no pressure. This is the most relaxing and gratifying way for us to ride. We decide to start back without ever actually entering the Laconia, Weirs Beach area!
For nearly a decade, Frankie was the frontman for the popular greaser, punk band, Spector 45. This band was voted Best Punk Act in the Dallas Observer Music Awards in both 2009 and 2010. Spector 45 headlined The Bone’s New Year’s Eve celebration. No one would have dreamed that this would be this talented young man’s last performance.
In unrelated pet news, March 20 traveling man in Dallas will have their First Annual Pup Crawl at 1:30 p.m. for a cost of for one person and one dog. Registration is at the traveling man Bark Park, corner of good Latimer and Commerce Street then you can venture through various dog-friendly venues. The event ends at 6:30 p.m. and all proceeds benefit renovations to the park.
A wide variety of gifts is available for everyone to include on their Christmas shopping list. How would your dad like a new gadget to play with? A wide variety of fun and useful gadgets are today available and sure to please any man. Some gadgets, such as a rechargeable spotlight make sure your dad is never caught working outside in the dark again. For something that will see everyday use, an electronic tie organiser can neatly keep all of his ties in order, revolving for easy access. It even lights up!