April 12th, 2011
The Look Ahead: Trey Brown & Mission Dorado CD Release, The Small Sounds, 4SQ Day and Spring Fling
Are you ready for the weekend already? Just look at it this way: You’re now one more article from The Loop Scoop closer to Friday afternoon. Yep, you just killed five minutes of your time. Didn’t that feel satisfying?
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From the email: “Trey Brown & Mission Dorado are having their Houston record release party to celebrate the release of their new LP. The Small Sounds‘ Craig Feazel supplied some tasty pedal steel this record which was recorded on all analog equipment at Bill Baird’s Baby Blue Studio in Austin. The record is downright insane in both sound and songcraft.” Well, if you put it that way, We’ll be there.
We all love our games. Foursquare is turning into one of the most popular games in the social media circuit right now. Don’t play yet? It’s never too late to sign up. This weekend is just the weekend to do it. Make plans to be at Firkin & Phoenix Pub on Saturday to unlock a badge rarely seen. Crown Royal is sponsoring and offering a free shot glass to all that show up and free shots of Crown Royal Black all afternoon long. Not to mention, Firkin & Phoenix will be hosting their second crawfish boil that day… shot and mudbugs… mmmmm. Register now.
Spring Fling in The Heights – 19th Street
An entire day of family fun awaits this Saturday on 19th Street in The Heights.
The programs include:
Sleeping Beauty 10am-1pm at Olive Anne 237 W.19th
Easter Bunny Photos 10am-1pm at Thread 321B W.19th
Easter Egg Hunt 1pm at Sterling Bank 414 W.19th
Daisy The Clown 12pm-4pm up and down W. 19th
“Battle of The Heights” Pie Eating Contest 4pm at Pie In The Sky 632 W.19th
“Egg Hop” Eggs at Participating Businesses With Discounts and Prizes
Local School Music and Dance Performances
Art Cars on Display.
Plus there will be live music for the adults and “open houses” in many of the boutiques once the sun starts to go down.