Probably updating http://www.treatsandtragedies.com/
French Fries ain't French, either. Google "currywurst" and see what's usually served on the side, even in Germany.
I took money and stamped hands at the Horse during the last year of its life, after Frank started working at Neurolux half the weekend. At that point it was being run by Forrest (from Butterfly Train) and Ian (the name of the band he was in escapes me). After they closed up shop it became a very short-lived metal club. I think it might have had one or two other iterations along the way as well?
Just wanted to add for my fellow fans of Asian food that Pho Tam on Orchard is open until Midnight on weekends, and Twin Dragon on Fairview is open until midnight Sunday through Thursday and 2 AM Fridays and Saturdays.
The Garden City rally was manageable because it was in Garden City. The previous month at the Red Lion was pretty intense, but nothing like the latest one (I'm sure the article in Scene had a lot to do with it). The April 13th Rally will be at the MK Nature Center, so there should be more room to spread out. The people organizing these things think on their feet, but there was simply no way to be prepared in this case. My fear now is that a lot of the first-timers from last weekend won't bother coming back because of the issues they had.
I have to admit that I was on the fence about trying this place, but you've sold me. It's amazing what an egg yolk can do...
FYI, RiceWorks will be at the December Food Truck Rally on Friday the 9th. The event will be 5-9 PM at the North End Organic Nursery, 2350 Hill Road.
NC-17 was introduced in 1990 to replace the X rating. The hope was that if they lost the X, they'd lose the stigma attached to it. It obviously worked very well.
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