Thursday, February 04, 2010


Clare Crespo's Crocheted Oysters on the Half-Shell
On Saturday, Clare Crespo will be showing her Mardi Gras Feast of crocheted food at Heath Ceramics on Beverly Boulevard, 7525 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036, 323/965-0800. The party is from 6-8pm. I plan to drop by on Sunday...less Dixie beer, less crowds.
This Saturday is also "Ice Cream for Breakfast" day. I celebrated last year and it was delightful!
Also this Saturday, The Annual Xena, Warrior Princess Convention is being held at the LAX Marriott Hotel. I've never been to a XenaFest before, but I can imagine it must be spectacular!
Most people are excited about the Super Bowl this weekend. I'm not particularly a football fan, but I do enjoy the spectacle of Super Bowl, the half-time show with The Who and especially those commercials! You can catch the XLIV Super Bowl on the big screen at the Downtown Independent Theater, 251 So. Main Street, L.A. and it's free.

The Youthful Who

I plan to have brunch with my Sometimes Sunday Crochet Group, check out Clare Crespo's exhibit and then head back home to crochet and listen to Super Bowl in the background! Have a marvy weekend!
I prefer the Heath Ceramics bowls (above) to the Super Bowl (below)!

If you're NOT interested in the Super Bowl, you can always hang out at the Non-Bowl parties and yarny sales at Stitch Cafe in NoHo and Unwind in Burbank!

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At 5:11 PM PST, Blogger Laurie Ann said...

If only it were THAT incarnation of The Who playing this Sunday. Roger is looking a bit rough these days.

At 8:38 PM PST, Blogger Kellie said...

Oh man, a Xena convention? There are times I miss SoCal. :-) We named our first chicken after Xena ( although the kids spelled it Zena) and she meta tragic end - however she did risk her life to save another chicken's life.

Zena's legend lives on.

At 7:42 AM PST, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oysters on the half cute it that? You never lack for anything to do there, do you?


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