Omar, does this mean you can collect royalties?
Green Bay Packers season tickets have been sold out since 1960. In 1997 I signed up on the waiting list for Packers season tickets. At that time, which was prior to the Lambeau Field renovation, the estimate was that I would be 51 by the time season tickets were available. Given that there are more seats and the season ticket transfer rules have tightened up a bit, it might be more like 45 now (I can’t find the wait calculator anymore).
While I’m not planning on moving back to Wisconsin anytime soon, by the time I’m that age, you never know. If the packers were having a good season, I would even consider flying back for some games!
Aside from the (now very irregular) jazz jam sessions at Dick’s place, I’m hoping to check out some other venues in the area. There was an article in the SF Chronicle a while back and here’s the list of places:
- Sunday night: Jazz at Pearl’s
- Sunday afternoon: Dogpatch Saloon
- Monday night: Shanghai 1930
- Wednesday night: Amnesia
Being a drummer, it’s tough to sit in at jam sessions but nonetheless, I’m a big fan of live improvisation and jam sessions are where you often get the best of that.
The (somewhat) annual Bond Party was last night and in my typical last minute fashion, I weant grocery shopping for the list I had accumulated over the day getting ready.
I saw them twice when they played Berkeley. I love this band. Playing two shows back to back at this late hour on Memorial Day when they have another show the next day in San Jose earns them some serious cred (like they needed any more).
If only I knew of other Pixies fans in SF!
In light of my dad’s ventures in organic farming, this seemed both funny an poignant-
Last night I saw one of my favorite bassists.