You-review-it Monday

May 19, 2013
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So what did you think of the new "Star Trek" movie, this year's Broad Ripple Art Fair, or whatever else you experienced on the A&E front this weekend?

Did you get to see Ute Lember at the Cabaret at the Columbia Club? Kris Kristofferson at the Palladium? "4000 Miles" at the Phoenix? Or your first concert of the season at Klipsch Music Center?

Share your weekend experiences below.

  • Great time at the Art Fair
    We went to the Art Fair, thanks to my big ticket win here on this blog :-) We had a great time, except for the crazy amount of cottonwood fluff blowing around. Love spending the day there and enjoying good art, music, and river views.
  • whats the ending?
    My hubby and I went to see Star Trek in NYC last night. during what we think was the last 15 minutes of the show, we were evacuated out of the theater because the building cauth on fire. So we don't know the ending. Did Kann die when the wareheads hit his ship. I thought he was indestructable. Did they save the Interprise? Did the little girl that got Kann's blood grow into one of him? Did his frozen family/warriors live? I can't stand the suspense....

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