You-review-it Monday

September 20, 2009
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It was another busy weekend, with Fiesta and Irish Fest dominating downtown and Dance Kaleidoscope and Theatre on the Square kicking off their seasons (I caught TOTS' "Ugg: The Caveman Musical" followed quickly by $3 Bill's latest sketch comedy show Friday night).

That was just the start. Indy Jazz Fest also got rolling with a concert at Clowes. Masterpiece in a Day took care of Saturday at Fountain Square and Oranje kept things going long into the night.

Surely you did something this weekend besides watch the Emmy Awards?

So what did you see, hear or do this weekend?

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  • Really enjoyed Irish Fest, especially the toast competition. Took the shuttle from the Omni and was really pleased with how convenient that was.

    Did the gallery walk in Carmel on Saturday and saw a terrific show at Magdalena Gallery - Feather & Brush by Keith Hampton. The Lurie Gallery had beautiful stuff as well.

    Yesterday was The Informant. While I enjoyed it, I didn't find it as engrossing as others seem to. I must say tho - the Mad Men version of the theatre rules at Landmark is amusing.
  • I thought The Informant! was a fun movie -- very entertaining. But no match for the insanity that was last night's episode of Mad Men.
  • I took my daughter to see Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs in 3-D. It was enjoyable. I also took her to see the King Tut Exhibit at the Children's Museum and the new Take me there Egypt. Both are first class.
  • Thanks for the tips on the Carmel galleries, Mary. I hope to get there to check them out soon.
    --Lou Harry

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