Posted on March 26, 2010 – 4:48 PM | by OldManFoster
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Good news- we’ve already got your weekend planned for ya…

You start off tonight with Record Club’s Slumberland Records 20th Anniversary Party at the Blue Lamp.  DJ Roger Carpio somehow convinced Slumberland head honcho Mike Slumberland to bing 4 of his indie pop acts to Sacto on their way to their huge bash in SF tomorrow. Also on tap are MidMo faves The English Singles.

Since you stayed up all night dancing on Friday we give you Saturday to recover.  Then, you get up Sunday morning, put on your favorite woolens and plus fours and pedal on over to the Bicycle Kitchen for the Sacramento Tweed Ride.  Here’s Tony King’s article on same from this month’s MidMo so you’re up to speed (although that’s probably the wrong phrase given that the Tweed Ride is the epitomy of the Slow Bicycle movement!)  Starts at the Bike Kitchen, 10:30Am and it’s free!

After you’ve had a fine day of pedal pushing, head on over to the Guild Theatre for Movies on a Big Screen’s showing of Fritz Lang’s classic, Metropolis.  This one starts at 7PM sharp and costs $5.

Who says there’s nothing to do in Sacramento?…

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