Ten things for you to do this weekend

Turn down for what?

See you on Sunday, you cheeky thing
See you on Sunday, you cheeky thing

If I had to pick a theme for this weekend I guess I'd pick the internet? Mint milkshakes? There may be no common thread. You might be careening through this weekend like a meteor shard through cold, dark space.


First, it's FRIDAY. Watch this video before you do anything else. Then ask yourself if you feel like wearing a plaid pearl snap button shirt tonight or something with an Infest patch on it. Option number one is for Adam Baldwin Band with Sam Cash & The Romantic Dogs and The Will Be Gones at The Seahorse. Option number two is Uncle, Sleight, Barlow, Bricks and Never Human at Gus' Pub. Drink a big glass of water, take two Advil and buy some Evan Dando tickets before you go to bed.


Top of the muffin TO YOU! If you want to catch up on your internet viewing in bed might I suggest that strangers kissing video you've heard about all week? Wow, it was so romantic and electrifying! Don't bother Googling, here it is: (thanks to cat fan Melissa Ball)

Then put on a green something and bob for apples in a keg! Or washing your hair with beer is a fun and secret way to get into the St. Pat's mood.

Dub Kartel are releasing a video for "PayDay" tonight at the Seahorse (with Zulkamoon and Sensi Bros). Again we ask, turn down for what? Exactly.


I don't care how hungover you are, wake up, because this is EVERYTHING. I wonder if they would just all jump over you like a human hurdle if you laid down on the boardwalk? Worth an ask.

How to fill a Sunday evening: Put the finishing touches on your Nova Scotia Masterworks Art Award nomination (deadline Monday, March 17. The top award is 25k, y'all). Let these beautiful angel voices ease you into the week. Try to love something as much as this woman loves curtains.

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