Kerry "Toll You Not Me, Baby" Stemler was right there at the Carnegie Center in 2011, as the Sherman Minton Bridge fell ill. He did not drink real beer. More of the box wine type -- know what I mean?
It seems like only yesterday that we loaded up and drove to Bloomington for the season-opening Brewers of Indiana Guild festival. In fact, it was April. This weekend is light, and then the autumnal transition kicks into gear.
Tonight: The Carnegie Center's annual fundraising fete, "A Taste for Art and History."
And, a side note: Although I did not attend last evening's city council meeting, co-conspirator IAH reports that a presentation was made by Danese Pease, the Floyd County Tobacco Prevention Coordinator, the gist of which is that a movement is afoot to make all city-sanctioned outdoor events where under-smoking-age persons are present into non-smoking outdoor events. Examples include the recently concluded Bicentennial Park concerts, and shows at the Amphitheater (it really does exist, even if the city seldom uses it).
Ponder the chances of such a law being enforced at the July 3 fireworks show by the river, where a crowd of 7,000 or so spread out in all directions atop the levee, by a city that won't even stick to its own downtown parking ordinances ... and check out NABC's September calendar.