Issue:  Vol. 48 / No. 8 / 22 February 2018


Sweet Lips

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Thank you, Linda Miller (postmistress) of the Pine Street post office, for the fantastic stamps with my picture on them that you made for me.

Well, the fun days might be back again. The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence have brought back the old tricycle races that Charlotte Colman started back at The Mint. I heard that they raised a lot of money for an AIDS charity, and had a lot of fun. Keep up the good work, girls! You will always have a place in this old gal's heart. Maybe next year, Coy and I will enter my wheelchair in it.

My roommate Daniel Dubois is on a 10-day vacation. Look out, girls! The wolf is on the prowl.

On a different note, the city has a new program it has been pushing for Halloween called, "Home for Halloween." This is its attempt to keep the Castro safe for Halloween. I don't see how making a bunch of businesses close down on one of the nights will help. But let's see what happens.

The following is a list of the businesses that will be closed for Halloween: CafŽ Flore, Catch, Cove CafŽ, Eureka Restaurant and Lounge, FriseŽ, La MediterraneŽ, Maxfield's House of Caffeine, Orphan Andy's, Squat and Gobble, Tangerine Restaurant, The Edge, The Mix, Twin Peaks, The Metro, Chevron at 17th St., Castro Village Wine Company.

Well, there are other restaurants and clubs open on Halloween, my ghoulish friends. I love the N'Touch on Polk St. They have a great dance floor, and Gary the owner has great surprises in store that night. And let's not forget, Lucy Bordin is back in town and stirring her cauldron at Club Cinch. They always put on a great show and costume contest. She has gone all-out decorating the bar and back patio.

Have fun this weekend. Ride your brooms, and have a drink for me.

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