Portland Greendrinks hosted their first joycott at the Public Market House this past Sunday. Their mission? “Instead of boycotting the bad, joycott the good.” And joycott we did.
[the shirt off of graham’s back, screen printed on-site by artist tim poulson of infini-t, and hung up to dry while we enjoyed a bowl of chowder & fresh bread from karmasouptra]
[local bluegrass/folk band tricky britches]
[handmade crafts & cuteness]
[friendly faces at pie in the sky pizza, one of the seven market house shops]
[ridiculously delicious harvest-inspired red velvet cupcake from master cupcakestress stephanie of tulips cupcakery – it had beet juice in it!]
The Public Market House, while usually busy on a day-to-day lunch visit, was completely bursting at the seams on Sunday! Which was exciting to see, knowing that 51% of the day’s profits will be invested in improving the building’s energy efficiency. Well done! I wonder where the next joycott will be…
Oh, and Happy VDay/Valentine’s Day!
naw, i’m not drinking – just listening to david luning on my drive to new york. thought i’d share with you:
i love his music and i also like his shoes, hole and all.
thanks for the photo brodie : )
What a weekend. Camping with hilarious company, sampling fresh Rhode Island seafood, soaking in the ocean, and sipping Del’s lemonade while listening to this:
Pokey Lafarge and the South City Three, image from here – listen to them here.
Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings, image from here – listen to them here.
My new hero from the What Cheer Brigade, image from their website – here.
Yim Yames, image from NPR where you can also listen the performances – here.
and what I’ve been listening to on repeat since I heard it live:
Back from the farm, going to watch the kids, then off to the music I go! A few friends and I are going to be camping in Rhode Island this weekend and listening to some phenomenal music at the Newport Folk Festival. I’m mostly looking forward to:
A staple of the Pun Pun soundtrack sung by my dear dear friend Brodie and her band-mate Grahame from Maiden Lane. If you click play then I don’t need to tell you, but girl can siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiing.
Check out her website with links to all her musical projects here.
My favorite is Brodie + David.
Ok one more video… I have to. They’re too good.
These two, these two. Oh I miss you!
Now Graham and I are off to Portland Maine for the weekend:) Happy Friday!