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Monday, March 22, 2010

Monday Morning Hangover: Meanwhile, In Austin...

Posted By on Mon, Mar 22, 2010 at 10:02 AM

Has anybody else noticed how the sun takes a vacation on the weekend and then shows up in full force on Monday morning like it's no big deal? We know you're just biding your time, sun. We'll wait patiently. And in the meantime, we don't need you for our nighttime shenanigans.

click to enlarge STACEY SCHWARTZ
  • Stacey Schwartz
Tattoo artists and aficionados got together for the SF Body Art Expo at the Cow Palace this weekend, where experts plied their trade.
click to enlarge ALEXIA TSOTSIS
  • Alexia Tsotsis
Meanwhile, in Austin, our intrepid music editor Jennifer Maerz ran from show to show and ate too many veggie dogs. Read her review of Courtney Love's performance, and check out shots of the show here. Jennifer also caught Real Estate, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, and had a few thoughts about coping with the chaos of SXSW and new media.  
click to enlarge CALIBREE PHOTOGRAPHY
  • Calibree Photography
The Doggie Heads and a phalanx of nerds turned out for Laughing Squid's "We'll See You Again Soon" Party at Kal's Warehouse to wish bon voyage to Scott Beale and Lori Dorn of the very popular Web site, who are moving to New York.



click to enlarge HANNA QUEVEDO
  • Hanna Quevedo
Oh Boy! Boy Bar at the Cafe was like a Sears catalog on Spring Break. Underwear and bulging muscles were the order of the night.
HANNA QUEVEDO
  • Hanna Quevedo
And finally, the women of Hubba Hubba Review brought some old fashioned glamor to their  Glitz, King Kong, and the Red Carpet night at DNA Lounge.

Maybe we'll see you on your extended lunch break. Don't forget the SPF 30.


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