worth getting up for in september

magnolia collective @ local 506

Worth getting up for in September: Hopscotch Music Festival and Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion; the Orioles making the playoffs; Beasley’s Chicken & Honey, and the mac and cheese at the Busy Bee; visiting with old friends; Jesse Thorn’s deeply serious correction-slash-apology on the 9/10 episode of Jordan Jesse Go!, regarding believing that Jim Thome was retired; Will Johnson and Anders Parker in an intimate acoustic show at the Haw River Ballroom; Frontier Ruckus, Ha Ha Tonka, and the Deep Dark Woods; pink fishnets; the cover of ‘Dancing Barefoot’ in First Aid Kit’s iTunes session; Corin Tucker at the 506; meeting kindred souls; burritos with Clea; fall weather; wearing blazers over dresses; the return of the BBC podcasts; Garth Hudson-curated albums of covers of the Band; windows open football naps.
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