Monday, September 20, 2010

Best. Weekend. Ever.

Why? Well, try a show on Victorian post-mortem photography at the Merchant House Museum; tea with Mady at Podunk; dinner with the gang at Grand Sichuan; wine and gougeres with the girls; corn-bacon panna cotta at the Basis food fest; a housewarming at I.'s, and PAVEMENT at the Williamsburg waterfront! And just to give you an idea of the glory of that show, they opened with "Cut Your Hair," did a 15-song set that included "Father to a Sister of Thought," then played, like, a six-song encore that started with "Spit on a Stranger," seemed like it was over and instead went into "Gold Sounds" and ended with "Kennel District." Plus, despite being really old, still reminded me of why people become groupies. Yeah, I cried, so what?


Croque Madame said...

Please tell me there was "Harness Your Hopes!"

Sadie Stein Blog said...

@Croque Madame Sadly, no...but we were not in a position to complain ;)

mandi said...

Aw, I saw Pavement at Pitchfork Fest this year, but the set list wasn't nearly so great as this!!