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I saw two movies (And Then We Danced, Big Time Adolescence)

2020.03.27 09:41 OldmanRevived I saw two movies (And Then We Danced, Big Time Adolescence)

First up was And Then We Danced
Everything about classical ballet lends itself to excess. The art form is one of grand gesture, of the illusion of triumph over reality and even the force of gravity. Yet it demands from its performers years of rigorous perfectionism, the kind of physical and mental training that takes ascendancy over normal life. Merab (Levan Gelbakhiani), the focus of Levan Akin's "And Then We Danced," mirrors this conflict between the ideal and the reality. He conceals his humility and his warm heart behind perfect manners that shield him like suit of armor. He responds to clothing like the chameleon that changes shape and color out of sympathy with its surroundings. To be a dancer in the one of the most respected companies in Tbilisi is itself back-breaking, but then see how he rushes out to his second job, as a waiter in a beer-and-burger joint. And see the second-floor flat he lives in, where his family members endlessly scream and rage at one another.
Merab is one of many in a group of young ballet students at the National Georgian Ensemble. They work hard, but when they are not actually dancing, they are a lot like freshmen at any college; they survive romances, they party, they gossip, they despair and dream, and they smoke too much. Aleko (Kakha Gogidze) is the impresario who runs the ballet company, always demanding loyalty and obedience from his novices. Admission to the close ranks of his troupe is an arduous and demanding process, and we sense his dancers are as closely associated as the nuns or monks in a cloister. Their physical stage is seamlessly transformed into a surreal space, where Merab glides and flies, entering unreal landscapes. There's steel and rigidity in him, and that's how he dances, too. His partner, Mary (Ana Javakhishvili), is always in sync with him during practice. They see Georgian dance for what it really is: something done not out of love, but out of ambition or duty.
Being the son of divorced parents and the grandson of a strong-willed grandmother—all professional dancers in their time—Merab works tirelessly, aiming to live up to and even surpass an under-realized family legacy that never flourished the way it was supposed to. His objectives are thrown off balance when a new student named Irakli (Bachi Valishvili) arrives. He is everything Merab is not: bold, loose, confident. He fascinates Merab, not only as a rival but even as a role model. Irakli is, among other things, a clearly sexual being, and we suspect Merab may never have been on a date, let alone slept with a woman. For him, Irakli presents a professional challenge and a personal rebuke. He is able to accept a little more willingly that he is inescapably gay. When they cross paths, they take a sly delight in their conversational skill; they're attracted to each other not by pheromones but by pacing. In the first conversation they have, after meeting as dance partners, they fall naturally into verbal tennis: This is not merely dialogue, it is a double act in the process of discovering itself. The more we listen to Merab and Irakli talk, the more we doubt they meet many people who can keep up with them.
In frustration and need, the two men are forced to deny the only great passion either one will ever feel. The movie wisely never steps back to look at the larger picture, or deliver the "message." It is specifically the story of these men, this love. It stays in closeup. That's how Merab and Irakli see it. Both try to survive inside a macho, uncompromisingly patriarchal culture that seems to have no place for men like them. The main story supports of “And Then We Danced” are traditional: backstage rivalry, artistic jealousy, a great work of art mirrored in the lives of those performing it. The film's director, Levan Akin, drifts casually from those reliable guidelines into the mind of Merab, whose shortcomings are not signaled, and whose own perfectionism has all been focused on the art of dance. For as we know, dance is where all of the parallels of story and ballet, all of the confusion of reality and dream, come together in a grand exhilaration of towering passion.
Film is a wonderful way to look at dance, because it gets you closer and varies the point of view, but since the death of the Hollywood musical there hasn't been enough of it. "And Then We Danced" has moments of joy and moments of insight, and is about both human nature and the inhuman demands of ballet. Akin does not provide deeply drawn characters, memorable dialogue or an exciting climax. His traffic is in images. The camera tries to capture elusive moments as they happen. He uses overlapping dialogue, incomplete thoughts and unresolved actions, showing us life in development. His biggest assets are Gelbakhiani and Valishvili, who welcome themselves in by carrying two self-effacing performances; they aren't cut-out silhouettes, but figures in a landscape. The film is aware of its gentle simplicity, and so it doesn't try to shake us or delve into any world views that have already been discussed in our climate. It passes by similar to how life itself sometimes has a way of doing: with one swing, jump or twist at a time.

Next up was Big Time Adolescence
In a culture of ignorance, kids will typically have no compunction in exploiting others in harmful ways for their own gain or pleasure, and frequently achieve manipulation through wit and a façade of superficial charm. Zeke (Pete Davidson) is part of that culture; an aimless college dropout who has always lived in the shadows of everyone else. He displays arrogance, lacks remorse for his harmful actions, and has a callous attitude to those he has harmed. Irresponsibility is a core characteristic of Zeke's disorder: he can have significant difficulties in maintaining stable employment, often working dead-end jobs and wearing one of those uniforms designed to remove the last vestige of dignity from the working man. Lifestyles like this get old fast, and the people who live them are often leading themselves to be exploitative, unlawful, or parasitic.
Zeke is the ex-boyfriend of Kate (Emily Arlook). Her younger brother, Mo (Griffin Gluck), spent a majority of his childhood under the destructive guidance of Zeke, anticipating the age where he would be able to achieve such conquests, and maybe have an apprentice of his own. Mo has now reached that age, yet he still finds himself sitting there and being Zeke's one outlet for social interaction. For every other graduate, the party ended, and they moved on with their diligence. Zeke was the last to leave, or maybe wasn't even aware that everyone else had left; he doesn't have any interests or traits aside from basic human gratification. As the right hand, Mo learned basic social etiquette from Zeke, which means that he has the completely wrong idea about most things, but still keeps an open mind.
Their friendship is frowned upon by Mo's hunkering father Reuben (Jon Cryer), who creates a rare accomplishment for modern movies: a Stern Father that actually has a little bit of spark and originality rather than the usual bland ingredients. We share his fears and prejudices when it comes to the outlaws from conventional society. They reject the establishment values, but take them seriously enough to attach importance to putting them down. They use drugs and beat each other up, and cops hate them on sight. There is, however, an ounce of worth in Mo. He tries to follow the philosophies of Zeke, but fails to realize that he holds so many more opportunities for a better way of living.
"Big Time Adolescence" has a simple premise: Mo wants to become more popular in school, and takes suggestions from Zeke on how it can be done. For high schoolers, there's really only one way: Become the main drug dealer. Mo starts small, bluffing about being able to bring alcohol to party, but overnight, he is flooded with desperate kids who have way too much money to spend, possibly because they partake in similar endeavors. All at once, Mo begins to feel himself rising. Drifting past countless basement-dweller parties, he takes time out of business to start a nervous romance with Sophie (Oona Laurence), who tries to examine how his personality works with an interesting mixture of maternal care, genuine love, and absolute craziness
Mo has finally arrived where Zeke was at his age. On the reverse side, Zeke has completely robbed himself of his priorities. After a stern talking-to from Reuben, realizes that Mo's parents see him as their son's guardian, since he clearly has something they don't. He makes the sudden and irrational decision of quitting his job, and clings on to Mo as a way of shielding his inferiority. It's sort of sad to watch, actually; Zeke is so resigned to being a slacker that he has gotten rid of any individuality, and he has stopped being the guy that every one looks up to. Now, he's the one looking up to them.
“Big Time Adolescence” presents itself with basic elements, almost as if the movie were controlled by a single gene, but it's encompassing nonetheless. That's partially because of the rapport with Gluck and Davidson, and partially because of its truth on some aspects of American adolescence. The film was written and directed by Jason Orley, who takes the material for what it is and studies these characters without conforming to the frankly nostalgic, romantic, and sentimental material that always has to intervene. His film has all the sadness and shabbiness, all the mess and cruelty and thoughtless stupidity of the real thing. Its subject is often how children get into sex, drugs and violence when they are way too young, and how they don't set out looking for trouble, although it finds them.
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2019.10.18 16:27 SmurfESmurferson When Hollywood Takes The Red Pill

Despite being purple, I’m still amused when I see people have to swallow the red pill of reality. My favorite anecdote about this: the ending of Pretty in Pink
Pretty in Pink is a classic 80s John Hughes movie about a girl from the wrong side of the tracks (Andie) who has a best friend/orbiter (Duckie), but falls for the rich, sensitive guy (Blane). The original ending had Andie and Duckie ending up together at prom, and becoming a couple
John Hughes rolls the film out to test audiences, and - shock of all shocks - the girls in the screenings were incredibly turned off by Andie ending up with Duckie. They wanted her to get the cute boy. So much so, that they had to completely re-write and re-shoot the ending, so Blane went to prom alone, allowing him and Andie to reconcile and end up together
To Hughes and his partner, not to mention Jon Cryer (who played Duckie), this was a huge shock. They thought it was a logical ending for the movie, they reportedly struggled with having to change it
To me, and pretty much every woman who’s ever seen the movie, the idea of her ending up with Duckie ruins the whole thing. It’s completely illogical
Blane, Andie, and Duckie
EDIT: Remember, this is an 80s movie, kids. The fashion, hair, and makeup are going to look strange to modern eyes
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2019.09.11 22:06 FistedAmbitions John Cryer and Ice Cream

Did you hear the story of Jon Cryer? He was a dude of passion. His passion led him to making his favorite frozen treat which was ice cream. Not just any ice cream. No no bro bro. Ice cream of the highest quality. Everyone who tried his ice cream loved it. In fact, most claimed it was the best they had ever had. Jon Cryer wanted to get his Ice Cream to the masses and the lasses. In order to do this he needed business partners. This is when he met Dave Levine and Ben Ramirez. These bros were the answer. Dave had the partnerships which would allow them to distribute Jon’s treats. Dave made these partnerships while supporting aide programs in Africa, Middle East, and the Philippines. Ben had access to top investors. He met these investors in Hollywood where he use to run a robot show. A lot of shit happened before this and maybe one day I’ll tell you the rest. Ultimately Cryers ice cream never came to be. Instead Ben created Bryers Ice Cream and Dave created Dryers Ice Cream. Like I said a lot of shit happened. In the end everything worked out for Jon Cryer. He landed an acting gig on Two and a Half Men. This was all due to the gay sex between Ben, Jon, Dave, and Charlie. This was also where the discovery of how to use Tiger Blood to enhance humans was discovered and executed.
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2017.09.17 02:36 clearliquidclearjar TALLAHASSEE EVENTS 9/17 – 10/2

I did it! This one is too long for one post! See the comments for the rest of it.
FRESH and NEW: The Bark “Vegan/Vegetarian restaurant and dive bar that sells goofy cocktails and has DIY shows and events. Taking over the building that used to be Perry's, Bread & Roses Kitchen has moved across the street and expanded to have regular music and a full bar. Same great vegan/vegetarian food, just with later hours.”
Tally’s Independent Cinema and Theater Offerings:
ALSO:
MONDAY 9/18
  • Public Library, Northside: African American Achievement in Florida: 1513 to the Present. “Instructor Pete Cowdrey will introduce you to African and African American soldiers, sailors, explorers, settlers, builders, educators, authors, artists, political leaders, clergy, civil rights activists, musicians, poets, sports figures, actors, astronauts, doctors, and other African American men and women who have made substantial contributions to Florida’s rich and culturally diverse history since 1513.” 10am/$7
  • Fermentation Lounge: Craig and Neal. 8pm
  • Indianhead Factory: Euglossine / Edmondson. 9pm/$5
TUESDAY 9/19
  • Corner of Georgia & Macomb: Frenchtown Farmers’ Market. “Find your favorite local goodies now on Tuesdays! Join us at Frenchtown Farmers Market for all-local produce, eggs, gourmet jelly, and more. The market opens at 3pm and we're here unitl 7pm, so come after you pick the kids up from school or on your way home from work. We can double SNAP benefits through the Fresh Access Bucks program. Our farmers accept WIC and Senior farmers market nutrition program coupons.” 3pm-7pm.
  • Junction @ Monroe: Live Rehearsal Tuesdays. “Tuesdays are Live Rehearsals at [email protected]. Sponsored by the Tallahassee Area Musicians Guild. Utilize our complete backline and PA for rehearsals, jams, or hold auditions. Up to one hour slots (or more depending on number of signups) per artist/group.” 4pm
  • Madison Social: Trivia Social. They do half and half theme and miscellaneous, so check their FB every week for an event page. 7pm
  • Brass Tap in Midtown: Trivia. Check their FB page for the theme. 7pm
  • Cap City Video Lounge: Trash Tuesday Trash Cinema Double Feature. Featuring Defcon-4 & Hell Comes to Frogtown. 7:30pm
  • Bird’s Oyster Shack: Trivia With John Carpenter. Lively and fun. 7:30pm
  • GrassLands Brewing Company: Trivia Factory. 7:30pm
  • Midtown Pies: Bar Trivia With Hank. 50 questions of sweet, sweet trivia. Food! Beer! Something random in a bag! 8pm/free
  • Blue Tavern: Roda Vibe. “FSU musicians and others join to create a fun musical event that everyone can enjoy. In Portuguese, Roda is pronounced "Hoda." If it doesn't make you want to dance, check your pulse.” 8pm/free
  • Fire Bettys: Now That's What I Call Tuesday! Dance Party. 8pm
  • Fourth Quarter: Trivia With Professor Jim. AUCE wings. Truly a trivia favorite. 8pm
  • Krewe de Gras: Karaoke With Pete. 8:30pm
  • Brass Tap on Gaines: Karaoke with DJRah. 9pm
  • The Warrior: Open Mic "Full Band / Acoustic " Edition. “Free Cover / Free to Play. Each Artist Receives a Free 16 oz Draft.” 9pm
  • 926 Bar & Grill: Trivia Tuesday! 9:30pm
  • Applebee’s on the Parkway: Karaoke with Amanda Goram. 10pm
  • Pockets Pool: Karaoke with Dwight. 10pm/21+
  • Waterworks: Cassini and Autumn Equinox Science Salon. “Cassini ended it's mission last Friday and the Autumnal Equinox is 4:02pm this upcoming Friday, so we have Ken K, The Sky Guy, hosting this Salon. We'll start with watching some amazing video of Cassini's spectacular trip around Saturn, then Ken will talk about both the mission and Autumn Equinox and if skies are clear, outside we'll go to look at the heavens through our telescope!” 7:35pm/21+/free
  • The Warehouse: Distinguished Writer Series Presents Kerry Beth Neville. 8pm
  • The Bark: Game Night. “Board Games like whoa!, Super Smash Bros Tournament (6:30 Sign Up), and Magic the Gathering tournaments.” 8pm
WEDNESDAY 9/20
  • Bird's Oyster Shack: Lab Sessions with Jim Crozier with Keith Renfroe with Barefoot Rob. 6pm
  • Fermentation Lounge: Quizmaster General Knowledge Trivia. “Quizmaster is hosted by Bennett Miller from 7-9pm every Wednesday, and features three rounds of general knowledge trivia (and a weekly food special). It is free to play and teams of up to 6 are welcome. The winner of each round receives a sample flight, and the Quizmaster for the night receives a $25 gift card and serious credit on Geek Street.” 7pm
  • Brass Tap on Gaines: Trivia. Check their FB page for the theme. 7pm
  • Hurricane Grill & Wings: Trivia With Greg. 7pm
  • GrassLands Brewing Company: BYOBG! Bring Your Own Board Game. “Our gracious host, Trevor Bond, will be featuring one game each week. Feel free to bring your own games to play & share.” 7pm/21+
  • Junction @ Monroe: Bike Night, Bingo, and Karaoke. 7pm
  • Hobbit (P’Cola): Trivia Factory. “General Knowledge, 20 questions + Wager Final. $25/$20/$15.” 7:30pm
  • Cap City Video Lounge: CineMashup. 7:30pm
  • Proof: Bar Trivia With Hank. Drink delicious brews and show off all those random factoids you thought you’d never use. Local beer, local trivia in the heart of Tally’s Art District. They now have the MoBi food truck every trivia! Bar tab for 1st and 2nd place teams. 7:30pm/21+/no cover
  • The Warehouse: Open Mic. “There is a lottery for time slots. Now smoke free!” 8pm
  • Finnegan’s Wake: Waxy Wednesdays. “Feelin' waxy, Tallahassee? That's probably just because it's Wednesday. At Finnegan's Wake, Waxy Wednesday means DJ Ryze will be hitting our floor again to spin some vinyl and get your feet moving tonight. Feeling a bit sour, girls? Not to worry- we'll also have some fantastic $5 drink specials going for all those Tallahassee ladies looking for a bit of fun. Come out and help us get the party started!” 8pm
  • The Skybox (Crawfordville): Karaoke with Mark. 9pm
  • Krewe de Gras: DÉJÀ VU Latin Wednesdays. “FREE Salsa/Mambo classes by Barry C. Williams. The duration of the class is 9-10 and having a partner is not necessary. If you've never danced Salsa/Mambo before then don't worry about it. The classes are made to be easy and fun so you can come learn some moves and then stay and dance until 2am to the sounds of DJ Jimmy Suave.” 9pm
  • Just One More: Karaoke with Roger. 9pm
  • Corner Pocket: Karaoke. 9pm
  • Bird’s: Comedy Night. I’m pretty sure this is both a performance and an open mic. 9:30pm/free
  • 926: Women Crush Wednesday. “Welcome Home again Ladies! Located in the Herstoric Brothers Nightclub Venue (later known as Pug Mahone's & Pug's Live), Woman Crush Wednesday, our newest weekly LGBTQ+ event, is going on THIS Wednesday at 926! Social Hour to start at 5pm with our regular Happy Hour Specials followed by Dance Music Clubside at 10pm with DJ Garion Djgg Grant. And show at Midnight! Join us for dinner and cocktails from our fabulous Menu with original items direct from our Head Chef Kyle and drinks from our amazing Bartender Rebecca ! Come join us for the newest Ladies' Night in Tallahassee! The best new way to spend your Wednesday!” 10pm/18+
  • The Plant: Guided Meditation. “Are you stressed out and need to let off steam? Have poor eating habits & negative thought patterns been draining your energy? Join us Wednesday for a lesson in guided meditation and mindful relaxation!” 6pm
  • 926: Doug Stanhope Live. “His live show was twice named "Best Stand-Up Show" of the year by Time Out New York, his confrontational rants encompassing caustic social commentary, outlandish first-person narratives, graphic sex and perversion — sometimes within the same sentence. Fueled by equal amounts of anger, outrage and alcohol, Stanhope rails against western civilization's slide into apathy and stupidity, always on the edge of implosion yet fully in control and never afraid to risk pissing off his audiences.” 6:30pm
  • Crystal Portal: The Art of Breathing: Kundalini Pranayam. 7pm
  • Blue Tavern: Birthday Bash for a 100-year-old Piano. “Our Baldwin Monarch upright grand (Mme. Butterfly) has been through a lot in her long life. She was rescued from the swamplands south of Tallahassee and given a new life thanks to the tireless ministrations of Craig Bloch and some folks with a lot of faith! Since opening in October 2016, we've heard some of Tallahassee's best piano players coax sweet and soulful music out of those keys. The day is fast approaching when we'll have to install another piano that will hold up to regular use and hold its tune better, so we figured this would be a good time to say "thank you for your service" and celebrate 100 years of beautiful music on the Monarch! All locals who have come by to play over the past year are invited to contribute. Admission is free, and YES -- there will be cake.” 8pm
  • Hair of the Dog Sports Bar: Mugs and Movies Night "The Big Lebowski". “What do you do when your sports bar has a stadium seating and a giant screen?? Mugs and Movies Night presents: The Big Lebowski at Hair of the Dog Sports Bar. Come out and enjoy our first movie night! Grab some of the best food and brews as you watch The Big Lebowski on our giant screen! Free popcorn! Get here early to grab good seats!” 8pm
THURSDAY 9/21
  • Lake Ella Area: Food Truck Thursday with ACME Rhythm and Blues. 6pm
  • Beef O’Brady’s: AJ Johnson Trivia. 6:30pm
  • Junction @ Monroe: Open Mic Night. “Bring your instruments and play an open slot or just come and be entertained in Tallahassee's best sounding room!” 7pm/free
  • Hurricane: Ballistic Bingo. 7pm
  • Growler Country: Singo Night! Music Bingo has arrived! “Challenge Entertainment will be hosting this new and unique game of Bingo where a song is played and you match that to your bingo card, instead of a number. We are the only place in town right now to play this new game, so come in and win prizes with every round won!” 7pm
  • Cap City Video Lounge: MST3K Thursday! 7:30pm
  • Skybox: $10 Cornhole Tourney. 7:30pm
  • La Fiesta: Trivia. 7:30pm
  • The Wilbury: Bar Trivia With Hank. “50 questions, including pictures and music. 5 different topics, from serious to silly.” 8pm
  • Dux (Crawfordville): Karaoke with Big Bob. $25 bar tab given away every week. 8:30pm-12:30pm
  • Midtown Caboose: Trivia Factory. “General Knowledge, 20 questions + Wager Final. $35/$25/$15, and Best Team Name gets a round of shots.” 8pm
  • Unique Wonders: Live Comedy with Big Hou! 8:30pm/$5
  • Junction @ Monroe: Comedy Zone: Frank Del Pizzo & Mark Evans. 9pm
  • Pockets: Karaoke Dance Party with Keith Welch. 9pm/21+
  • Brass Tap Midtown: Karaoke with DJ Rah. 9pm-Midnight
  • Applebees on Cap Cir: Karaoke with Amanda Goram. 10pm
  • Birds: Karaoke with Nathan. All the songs. $1 Pabst drafts. 10pm
  • Grasslands: Bike Stories – Advocacy. “Join us at GrassLands Brewing Company for a very special workshop with Becky Afonso, Executive Director of Bike Florida. Becky will be discussing past, present and future bicycle legislative initiatives. This workshop is FREE and open to anyone who wishes to learn or share ideas with other bicycle enthusiasts to be part of the solution for Florida bicycling concerns. Thursday, September 14, 5PM – 8PM. Come when you can, stay as long as you like. If you have interest in local bike equity advocacy, urban planning, or just want to spend some time with bikey friends, talking bike stuff, come out!” 5pm
  • Health and Wellness Center: FSU Generation Action Interest Meeting & Mini Sex Trivia! 6pm
  • Mission San Luis: Loco for Love: Cervantes v. Shakespeare. “We are pleased to announce that Theater with a Mission is presenting a free performance of their play, "Loco for Love" in the Mission Room Banquet Hall at Mission San Luis. Enjoy another appearance of Cervantes v. Shakespeare in a cliffhanger wedding story!” 6pm
  • Lemoyne: Master in the Making: Banksy "Think Tank". “Become a Master Painter! This month with focus on Banksy "Think Tank." Our instructor, Austin Yorke, will explain the artist background, influences, and techniques used in the featured painting. Participants will then be led through the steps to recreate the famous works. Bring a bottle of wine to toast your creations!” 6pm/$45 Hank’s note: I’m including this in here, because Lemoyne is great and needs support, but I kind of think it’s nuts to pay $45 to learn how to do stencils based on photos. Give me $10, I’ll show you.
  • Barnes & Noble: Hands-On Science Night. “Join the MagLab for hands-on Science Night at Barnes & Noble! This night of science fun is just the thing to keep your budding scientist engaged. It's fun for the whole family and, no matter your age, you'll learn something new!” 6:30pm/free
  • Black Dog on the Square: Literary Night with Tayor Phillips. “Black Dog is excited to welcome Taylor Phillips, a community leader with an M.A. in Jungian Psychology. He will read from his works in a multimedia presentation for what promises to be a truly immersive experience. Question: What does football have in common with playing defense at work? There are games that are popular in society, and there are games that we have to play. Join us for a conversation about them.” 7pm
  • The Plant: 3rd THURS Political Prisoner Letter Writing Dinner. “This month’s Political Prisoner Letter Writing Dinner will examine the case of the long time human rights advocate Red Fawn; We will discuss indigenous rights, colonialism, normalization and hear from FSU SJP and Right To Resist (TLH) about the campaign to abolish Columbus Day.” 7pm
  • Club Downunder: Standup Downunder presents: Joe List. 8pm/GP $10/18+
  • The Bark: Lycka Till, Lowlife, scumbag dad. 8pm/$5/all ages
  • Blue Tavern: Mèabh’s Mavericks. (Pronounced MAVE'S MAV-riks) “An extension of Florida State University’s well-established World Music Ensemble program, Mèabh’s Mavericks, is a small Irish Ensemble actively involved in the music scene in Tallahassee, Florida. Mèabh’s Mavericks is a four-piece ensemble that performs arrangements of traditional Irish folk tunes. Its members include Alexis Finet, flutes; Anna Dean, violin; Josh Reiner, guitars; and Tim Kerns, bodhrán.” 8pm/$2
  • The Moon: Christopher Titus. 8pm
  • The Plant: Right To Resist (TLH) Community Townhall and Planning. “As endless wars are funded by our tax dollars, the sounds of American war drums are still beating while millions of peoples are made refugees and their homelands around the world are devastated. We thus call for a town hall and welcome the Tallahassee and FL community, and anti-war and pro-peace organizations of all stripes to discuss our grievances and work together towards a better future.” 9pm
  • The Warrior: ATL Indie Fest Tour hosted by DJ MCBMOSS. 9pm/$15
FRIDAY 9/22
  • 926 Lounge: The Friday Night Party. “Tallahassee's premier LGBTQA dance party night is back again! Pregame with Tom in the pub during happy hour from 4PM-9PM. The dance floor kicks into full gear at 10PM so you can rage to your faves as DJ Carben and DJ Brian Gladden keep you dancing all night. The Drag Show starts at midnight when the 926 Ladies join our hostess Sassy Black on the stage to entertain. It's a show you definitely don't want to miss, so arrive early to get a good seat!” 4pm
  • Fifth & Thomas: Backstage Garden Happy Hour. 5pm-8pm
  • Cap City Video Lounge: Fright Flick Friday (Horror Triple Feature): Martin, Videodrome & Eraserhead. “Three films by the masters of their cinematic craft, sure to leave you astounded and ready to discuss and ponder long after you leave the comforting, darkened confines of The Fantomas Theatre...” 7:30pm
  • Hobbit South: Karaoke. 8pm
  • Leggetts: Karaoke with Paul. 8:30pm
  • Just One More: Karaoke with Roger. 9pm
  • Stetsons @ The Moon: Karaoke with Devin Cywinski. 10pm/$5/18+
  • Geo's Pub & Pool (both locations): Karaoke. 10pm-1am
  • Hurricane Grill & Wings: Uptown Getdown featuring Low Flying Planes! 4pm
  • Downtown: The Fried Turkeys at Downtown Getdown. 6pm
  • Fifth & Thomas: Patio Preshow Party w/ Jimmy Gillis & Brooke Bruner. 6pm
  • Black Dog on the Square: Two Birds and a Stone. 7pm
  • Phyllis Straus Gallery: Open 2. “A performance based show exhibiting art in the form of reading, writing, spoken word and/or performance. Both the performer and the audience hold critical roles in the completion of the work. The show is dependent on the energy that comes with sponteneity and sincerity of written, spoken, and expressive language.” 7pm
  • FSU Union Green: Seminole Showdown. “Bring your friends out to Union Green to see who will survive the Seminole Showdown. Face your friends in some epic obstacle courses and games on September 22nd. You won't want to miss the FREE fun or FREE food.” 7pm/free/all ages
  • Island Wing Company: Jon Bellamy & the Rebels. 7pm
  • Cap City Video Lounge: Zombie Prom Pre-Prom. 7:30pm/$5
  • Blue Tavern: Scotty Barnhart Quartet. 8pm
  • Junction @ Monroe: Denny Laine of Moody Blues and Wings with The Cryers. 8pm/$15 GA
  • American Legion Hall: Acme Live Rockin Soul Revue and Dance Show. 8:15pm/$10, couples $15
  • The Wilbury: Wild Planet, Faking Jazz, Pat Puckett, Hold That Hand. 8:30pm/free
  • 621 Gallery: Hip Hop Showcase. “Submersive Sounds and 621 Gallery present a Hip Hop Showcase featuring producers, emcees and breakers! Special performance by the C.Y.P.H.E.R. BBoys. Featured Producers: Backpack Beatz, Jahi Sharif, Kiezin. Featured Emcees: J. See, T. Dome, Trem Sol. Show ends with an open mic cypher!” 8:30pm/$5
  • Fermentation Lounge: Blue Phoenix. 9pm
  • Play Sports Bar: Cardi B. 9pm
  • Bradfordville Blues Club: Shawn Holt & The Teardrops. 9pm
  • Fifth & Thomas: The Groove Merchants. 9:30pm/21+/free
  • Pockets: Southern Latitude Band. 10pm
SATURDAY 9/23
  • Park at Monroe: The Downtown Marketplace. 9am
  • Corner of Georgia & Macomb: Frenchtown Farmers’ Market. “Find your favorite local goodies! Join us at Frenchtown Farmers Market for all-local produce, eggs, gourmet jelly, and more. We can double SNAP benefits through the Fresh Access Bucks program. Our farmers accept WIC and Senior farmers market nutrition program coupons.” 10am – 2pm.
  • World Triumph Martial Arts: Self-Defense workshop. “"In times of peace prepare for war." -Romans This workshop is for ladies only.” 10am/$20
  • Cap City Video Lounge: Saturday Morning is for Kids. Noon/$5 for adults, kids free.
  • Gamescape: Game Tally Saturday Board Gaming. “Meeting weekly in Tallahassee, Florida, we seek to promote and offer public opportunities to learn new games and make new friends in a relaxed, fun environment.” Noon
  • Salty Dawg: Karaoke with Paul. Family friendly! 8pm
  • Leggetts: Karaoke with Cowboy Chris. 9pm
  • The Skybox (Crawfordville): Karaoke with Mark. 9pm
  • El Patron: Pasion Latina. Bachata, Merengue, Salsa, Reggaeton. 9pm
  • 926 Lounge: Sanctuary: Tallahassee’s Longest Running Goth Night. 10pm/$5/18+
  • The Sharing Tree: Epic Fill a Bag! 10am-2pm
  • The Plant: Rad Kids Activism Club! - Theatre of the Oppressed. “Rad Kids Activism Club is a place for children of all ages to learn about social justice issues that affect the world in which they live in a safe, welcoming and supportive environment. The goal is to empower children to be part of positive change. This month, Donna Cotterell, founder of Indaba Theatre of Florida, will be leading the children in using Theatre of the Oppressed techniques to address social justice issues. These are interactive approaches; the kids will determine the themes, and everyone plays a role. The Plant asks that a small donation be made by each family in attendance to help with operating costs. Please donate anywhere from $1-$5. If making a donation is a financial barrier for you family, please still come and don't worry about making a donation! A guardian must remain at The Plant and throughout the event with their child.” 11am
  • Athena’s Garden: Pagan Pride / Mabon Ritual. 11am
  • Bookshelf 2: Batman Day. “In celebration of Harley Quinn's 25th Anniversary, this year the bubbly Super-Villain will take over DC's annual Batman Day celebration on September 23, 2017 at the BOOKSHELF 2. We will have Harley Quinn and other colorful characters from Gotham here to help us celebrate along with some FREE COMICS and giveaways too.” 11am-4pm
  • 7th Hill Tap Room: Florida Craftober Fest. “We will have a stein hoisting contest, a chugging contest, and if you dress up in lederhosen or other traditional garb, you will receive $1 off all drafts all day!” Noon-Midnight
  • Black Dog on the Square: Cargo Culture. “Come check out the grocery getters, kid haulers, bike trucks, trailers, handcrafted panniers, bike dog carriers, bike camping equipment and more! Bring your set up, share your set up, try out other people's set ups! If you aren't equipped for carrying cargo on your bike and looking for ideas, come check out a lot of options local people use. If you have been carrying cargo on your bike, meaning, books, groceries, kids, dogs, cats, other bikes, other people, whatever you're hauling, bring your set up & show us how you do it! This event is intended to help people learn what options exist and allow all of us a chance to try before we buy (or craft, source, or borrow)! There will be a variety cargo bikes available to ride as well as bikes with trailers, panniers, baskets and other set ups. You can test ride bikes by circling the square plus grab a popsicle or coffee from Black Dog. We are excited that Anhaica Bag Works will be on site to show their handcrafted bike bags so you can get a first hand look at their amazing products.” 4pm
  • Black Dog on the Square: The Orange Hat Trio. 8pm/$5
  • Junction @ Monroe: Grayson Capps Band. 8pm/$18
  • The Wolf’s Den: Henrietta // Superhaunted // Pool Kids // winded. 8pm
  • Blue Tavern: The Fish Camp Cutups – featuring the music of Cush Holston. 8pm/$5
  • Bradfordville Blues Club: Brett Wellman & The Stone Cold Blues Band. 9pm
  • The Warrior: Shotgun Shane and more TBA. 9pm
  • 926: Zombie Prom featuring Inverted Truth. 10pm/$5
SUNDAY 9/24
  • Carter Howell Strong Park: Food Not Bombs Meal Share. Noon-2pm
  • Athena’s Garden: Herb Class. 2pm
  • The Junction @ Monroe: Sunday Afternoon Bingo. “This isn't your grandma's bingo! We have a blast with some very cool folks. Cash prizes.” 5pm
  • Salty Dawg Pub & Deli: The Famous Acoustic Jam w/ Wayne, Glenn, and Bo. Open mic, free beer for performers. 6pm
  • Crum Box Gastgarden: 3rd Annual Sausage Fest! Hank’s Pick of the Week! “Food, drink, and a full day's worth of entertainment and fun as we celebrate three years of serving up our made in house, "grind to grill" sausages out of the red caboose in Railroad Square Art Park. Per Sausage Fest tradition, we'll have our friends from the Lofty Pursuits Marching Band kick off the festivities with a musical parade around the Square. We'll also have Fest favorites the Red Hills Cloggers to turn the fun meter up a few notches. Speaking of fun meter, we've got one man band extraordinaire, Dylan R.P. Allen, helping you get on your feet with his blend of rockabilly, blues, and funk. Closing the night are local Tallahassee legends, The Intoxicators!, doing their surf rock thang on our Gastgarden stage. They'll be sure to keep you dancing until it's time to go. Plus much more entertainment and fun throughout the day to be announced! Come celebrate three years open with us the only way we know how, with lots of sausage! Fun for the whole family!” 2pm-8pm
  • Blue Tavern: Flathead Stringband -Stomp, Holler & Sing for the Apalachicola. 4pm/free
  • Black Dog on the Square: Classical Guitar Society. 6pm
  • The Plant: ABC + FNB Mutual Aid Benefit. Performances by: COOPER!, MF GOON, Michael (of pterrordactyl), DONKNG (Gainesville), MURMURS, DREAMHEAD. 7pm
  • Club Downunder: Kaveh Akbar. 8:30pm/GP $10/18+
MONDAY 9/25
  • Under Wraps on the Parkway: Bar Trivia With Hank, all things ADVENTURE TIME. “50 questions of friendly trivia. Plus great Mediterranean food, delicious wraps, and beer by the bottle or bucket that won’t kick you in the wallet. $20 tab for 1st place.“ 7:30pm/free
  • Junction @ Monroe: Monday Night Bingo. “Good food, good drinks, good friends, and a chance to win some big cashola! It doesn't get any better than [email protected]. Every Monday from 7pm-9pm we've got cash payouts up to $250 per game with multiple games each night PLUS a 50/50 drawing each week benefitting the Tallahassee Area Musicians Guild.” 7pm-9pm
  • Burrito Boarder: Trivia Factory. “General Knowledge, 20 questions + Wager Final. $35/$25/$15, and Best Team Name gets a round of shots.” 7pm
  • Cap City Video Lounge: Monday Mercy. 7:30pm
  • Blue Tavern (N Monroe St): Lost Mondays with Jon Copps. 8pm
  • Waterworks: Patio Theater. 8:35pm/21+
  • Finnegan’s Irish Pub: Karaoke with DJ Paul Cornish and Hospitality Night. “If you're a hospitality worker, don't forget to bring your most recent paystub or work schedule to receive that sweet 25% discount!” 10pm
  • The Warrior: Hip-Hop Open Mic Monday's // Dj T Wixx on site // Bring your Tracks. 10pm
  • Club Downunder: Overcoats w/ YOKE LORE. 8:30pm/GP $10/18+
TUESDAY 9/26
  • Corner of Georgia & Macomb: Frenchtown Farmers’ Market. “Find your favorite local goodies now on Tuesdays! Join us at Frenchtown Farmers Market for all-local produce, eggs, gourmet jelly, and more. The market opens at 3pm and we're here unitl 7pm, so come after you pick the kids up from school or on your way home from work. We can double SNAP benefits through the Fresh Access Bucks program. Our farmers accept WIC and Senior farmers market nutrition program coupons.” 3pm-7pm.
  • Junction @ Monroe: Live Rehearsal Tuesdays. “Tuesdays are Live Rehearsals at [email protected]. Sponsored by the Tallahassee Area Musicians Guild. Utilize our complete backline and PA for rehearsals, jams, or hold auditions. Up to one hour slots (or more depending on number of signups) per artist/group.” 4pm
  • Madison Social: Trivia Social. They do half and half theme and miscellaneous, so check their FB every week for an event page. 7pm
  • Brass Tap in Midtown: Trivia. Check their FB page for the theme. 7pm
  • Cap City Video Lounge: Trash Tuesday Trash Cinema Double Feature. 7:30pm
  • Bird’s Oyster Shack: Trivia With John Carpenter. Lively and fun. 7:30pm
  • GrassLands Brewing Company: Trivia Factory. 7:30pm
  • Midtown Pies: Bar Trivia With Hank. 50 questions of sweet, sweet trivia. Food! Beer! Something random in a bag! 8pm/free
  • Blue Tavern: Roda Vibe. “FSU musicians and others join to create a fun musical event that everyone can enjoy. In Portuguese, Roda is pronounced "Hoda." If it doesn't make you want to dance, check your pulse.” 8pm/free
  • Fire Bettys: Now That's What I Call Tuesday! Dance Party. 8pm
  • Fourth Quarter: Trivia With Professor Jim. AUCE wings. Truly a trivia favorite. 8pm
  • Krewe de Gras: Karaoke With Pete. 8:30pm
  • Brass Tap on Gaines: Karaoke with DJRah. 9pm
  • The Warrior: Open Mic "Full Band / Acoustic " Edition. “Free Cover / Free to Play. Each Artist Receives a Free 16 oz Draft.” 9pm
  • 926 Bar & Grill: Trivia Tuesday! 9:30pm
  • Applebee’s on the Parkway: Karaoke with Amanda Goram. 10pm
  • Pockets Pool: Karaoke with Dwight. 10pm/21+
  • The Plant: Waging Peace at The Plant Interest Meeting. “CALLING ALL CREATIVES!!!! You are invited to participate in a very exciting artistic community collaboration. The Plant Arts Center will be hosting upcoming collaborative artmaking workshops in conjunction with The Museum of Fine Art's 2018 Waging Peace Exhibition, the city of Tallahassee, and Leon County Schools. ALL ARE WELCOME! The theme Waging Peace involves active engagement and energy expended toward the goal of peace. The intent is to challenge people to strive towards a balanced culture and environment through art actions. Through a series of artmaking workshops, our hope is to bring together formal and informal institutions to meet the themes of generating energy and action toward peace. We are inviting community creatives (groups, organizations, and individuals) to design and lead the workshops creating works to be exhibited in May 2018. Definition of Art for purposes of the Waging Peace Project at The Plant: Art is multidisciplinary and includes the visual arts, music, dance, theater, film, poetry, literature, spoken word performances, landscape or horticultural arts, or other creative actions.” 4pm
  • The Warehouse: An Evening of Poetry with Dorsey Olbrich and Zack Strait. 8pm
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2016.11.16 13:15 Aspsusa More drawn to law than crime - am I the only one?

I was wondering if I am the only one who's surprised to find myself more drawn to the legal aspects and questions than the factual/criminal/investigative ones?
This has really surprised me. Partly because I've always believed that the American judicial system is just plain wacky and impossible to understand*, and partly because these things aren't really a "story", and podcasts tend to be very story-driven.
Maybe I am just weird? Maybe it is just that this whole case has absolutely no appealing, or even intriguing, personalities involved in it, and therefore the process becomes the main character of the story?
Week after week I find myself more drawn to legal questions, dreaming of a whole series of Addenda focused on various systemical aspects, while the facts of the case just doesn't hold my attention at all. (Maybe because there are so few of them: bullets came from somewhere, killed Dawkins, the end).
But then I find myself drawn to legal aspects also when listening to other podcasts (Actual Innocence, Crimewriters, Bob Ruff, Weirick*, some others I can't remember right now), even when the actual case under discussion is far more interesting than Joey's.
But I do wonder if it didn't start with this season's addendums? (Or maybe the Adnan Syed PCR-hearing ?) It is like it has awakened a part of my brain/mind that I didn't know existed. If I ever end up studying law or legal history it will have been the fault of the Undisclosed team.
.... ... ..
And since this is already long, here's a list of things I'd like addendum-type podcasts (I realise this is enough for a spin-off podcast of its own) on: * Continuing updates/discussions on criminal justice reform (more Ellison!). This could actually be a whole series on its own - from a European perspective it seems prisoners' (and ex-prisoners) rights are about nil in your system today. * Procedural law, including differences between criminal vs civil * Discussion comparing different systems, both inside the same "family" of law and between "families" (I realise this is a tall order, why would American lawyers be interested in this? - maybe you'd need to go over the pond to the UK to find experts for this) * Rabia and someone else interviewed by Jon Cryer and/or Dennis about immigration law, history, practice and that whole Drumpf-thingy... (Since Rabia has worked this field why not use it :-) ) * A dummies/foreigners guide to this thing about elected prosecutors/judges/what-have-you. * Why are some things federal, some not? * Practice vs theory in actual police work, both in general and when it comes to civil rights. * Origins of the jury system. How and why it works. When isn't it used, and why/how? * What is this Grand Jury system? Is it involved in all criminal cases? How did it come about? * Plea-deals. Are these sanctioned by statutes, and if so, how closely? Again, the whole system seems very weird to this European.
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2014.10.06 09:27 LostTurtl Things that hurt.

Let me get this out of the way. I'm fourteen. I know, fourteen is the age the internet seems to think is occupied by naive idiots who think everything is "deep". That's about right, for the most part. Anyway, K is the first letter of the unique name of my (former?) best friend. And so I'll call her K. K and I met over a shared interest of Jon And Kate Plus Eight in the third grade. It was an awesome chance meeting. I loved being her friend. I wasn't a quiet person, although I wasn't hungry for attention. Her and I were best friends. Partners for every project we could. She gave me a cute little panda keychain for my birthday, and months later I accidentally drop it down a sewer. We joked about it. We were the best of friends, I can't stress this enough. She's Asian while I'm African-American, and at some point I heard an Asian girl talking about how her own parents didn't want her hanging out with any other race. Weird, I thought. Race didn't matter. Right? That's why last year they let us draw our Martin Luther King Junior's any way we wanted (So many people made him white). I shrugged it off.
Onto the fourth grade, we're in different classes. We didn't talk as much, and I made some new friends with some other girls. G, T and E. They honestly don't matter much to me anymore. They were bad, and that wasn't my nature. They stole from the teacher and didn't do their homework. So I didn't do mine. Sometime's I'd play with K. But little did I know, a girl, C came into the picture. C is Asian, too. I don't feel too left out yet. But one thing was I shut up. My new teacher told me to read a paragraph in front of the class. I couldn't do it. I would've done it last year. I clammed up. Now the quiet girl at school. Still am, but I'd actually talk if talked to now. (9th grade)
Fifth grade, G moves away to North Carolina. I later find out that she was lying and found her on facebook and saw her at the library. Anyway, K and I are in the same class, therefore we stick together for the most part. We still do the weird fun things we did back in the third grade, without C, as I prefered. We did a project on Bartolomeu Dias together and got a lowered score because, stupid me, I spelled "drownded.". I felt so strongly that K thought I was stupid that I came home, hid in the bathroom and cried. I'm not really much of a cryer.
Sixth grade, C rises. SHe butts in. They connect again through K-Pop (neither are Korean). It was all they talked about. They left me out. They just left me out. It hurt so bad. One day, I felt like C was trying. She said "What should I do? I have two posters and I don't really like one. i feel like it's just not my friend-- I mean favorite poster anymore. What should I do with it?" I decided not to do what anyone else would do, In lieu of flipping her off, I stuffed my hand into my pocket and made a fist. It calmed me down. I kid you not she used that poster crap for about three weeks. I later learned she decided she wasn't K's friend anymore, just pretending. I wasn't unwanted poster.
Seventh grade was uneventful. We were both "posters" she decided she wanted.One thing was the when K, C and I walked together, C would force herself into the middle. I mean that literally. She'd push through us, like she didn't want us to be near each other. I gained a little weight without noticing at first.
Grade eight. I noticed the weight. I tried to stop eating as much, but I couldn't. I still can't. I'm about 5" 4' and I weigh 130 pounds. C keeps referring to me as a best friend, but in all honesty, I HATE her. In the eight grade, She kept making this annoying joke about illegal Mexican immigrants, she asked if it was funny and I said "sure.", but it wasn't. I want to take it back.
Ninth grade. Present. She keeps saying "You're an introvert, aren't you?" I'm actually, I'm not. I don't like to talk to her. I'm tired of her, but have to put up with her. I only see K on my way to a certain class, she only waves. I miss her. C has a bracelet that says "FRIENDS" that she bought. Guess who had "BEST". She said to me there was no "FOREVER". Ouch. Last week in the lunch line, she was talking to me, and she was saying things like "Yo," and "Whassup?" And really, it was annoying. I can't just ditch her. I'm afraid my friendship with K will crumble. I don't know if it has.
Sorry that was so long. It was going to be shorter, but I just wanted to tell this to someone who'd listen, you know?
Thanks for listening. I really mean it.
TL;DR: Girl steals my best friend, I become an "introvert", may have lost best friend of about six years.
Sorry about any spelling/grammar mistakes. EDIT: "Illegal Immigrants" bit.
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