You-review-it Monday

A busy weekend for me included a Friday evening run to Mass Ave. for the opening of Three Dollar Bill’s new sketch comedy show “Fiddleschticks,” a Saturday evening at Beef & Boards where “Don’t Dress for Dinner” kicked off the season (Yes, everyone in the audience was, in fact, dressed for dinner), and a Sunday afternoon at the IRT for Dance Kaleidoscope’s “Magical Mystery Tour.” I ended the weekend with a television revisit of Buster Keaton’s “Steamboat Bill, Jr.” (I still prefer Harold Lloyd and Charlie Chaplin.) and a taste of the Golden Globe Awards, where a few previous IBJ Night at the Movies screeners, “Slumdog Millionaire” and “In Bruges” picked up some awards.

So did you read/see/experience anything interesting over the weekend?

Your thoughts?

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