Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil is on HBO right now. I've seen it a million times, and it's not that great. But dammit, it makes me want to move to Savannah tomorrow. Unfortunately, I can't afford a million dollar home in the old part of town. I wish I could afford to go there on vacation again, and this time not stay in the run-down HoJo.
I had the same reaction yesterday when I watched Rent, which was god-awful. But it (surprisingly) made me want to move to New York. Maybe some day.
On Friday night Lindsay met me at the Beat Kitchen for the Voxtrot show. The opening band was Probably Vampires, and they were pretty good - kind of indie rock Motown. They did a really great cover of "Ring of Fire". I liked them enough to buy a CD at the end of the show (which was two bucks) and then they gave them out for free. Well, at least I supported indie rock.
Voxtrot was pretty good, but since they played my favorite song in the middle of their set, I got kind of bored. I also realized that I like them so much because they're very light-hearted, early 20s rock. I'd see them again at MACRoCk if I can make it there in April.
There's not much else to report; it's been a pretty slow weekend. I wish Christina had a blog so she could describe her visit to the Tank Museum in Danville, Virginia for everyone.