Tuesday, May 31, 2022

Morning-After Regret


One beer, in the heat of the early evening, and I am just about fit for nothing this morning. For this I repent and am truly sorry. 

This was the beer.

This was the evening.

Inner Arbor Trust CEO and President Nina Basu welcomes concert-goers to the  park.

Vocalist Deborah Moore and the Columbia Jazz Band

It was a lovely evening for music at Merriweather Park at Symphony Woods, and you don’t have to take my word for it. You may very likely know someone who was there. Quite the crowd turned out to enjoy the Columbia Jazz Band and vocalists Deborah Moore and Matt Williams. Many folks, including me, brought along a picnic supper. I splurged at Whole Foods on a fancy sandwich and dessert and enjoyed every bite - - it was a rare treat.

My rating for the entire evening would be practically perfect in every way with the possible exception of my stupidity for drinking in the heat. Next time around I’ll be smarter. The next time will be June 10th, for the Navy Commodores, who are the Navy Jazz Band. Don’t forget to reserve your tickets here for this free community concert.

Navy Commodores at the Chrysalis 


A post script: we appear to be getting deep into political sign season. Do you have any opinions you’d like to share? Likes and dislikes? Pet peeves? Let me know. - - jam

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