Friday, May 12, 2006
Poetry and Pan
Tonight at Sidewalk Café
For you shameful people looking for us to present a hot party like the recent Rotaract Ol Skool party held at the New Court Yard, this weekend we got a surprise for you. We have no big bashment for you to go spend money at this weekend while you end up getting your dear sweet Mommy some cheap $200 card as an afterthought. The woman deserves better, different treatment this Mother’s Day (remember) weekend so we’ll be directing you some place far mellower.
Tonight, the Sidewalk Café and Jazz Club will be presenting its first ever ‘Poetry and Pan Night’. According to a press release from Sidewalk, tonight’s show is going to be the first leg of a three-week competition showcasing original poetry presentations accompanied by some smooth pan music. Tonight is the preliminary competition for schools while the open preliminary competition is going to be held next Saturday at Sidewalk Café. The semi-final round will feature successful contestants from both preliminary competitions, and is scheduled to take place on May 27th, the day after Independence Day.
The big finals will be held on June 3rd and winners will be getting prizes provided courtesy of Western Union and the beautiful proprietor of Gysphere.com, Natasha Martindale. Vanessa Simon, the lady behind this entire shindig, told Weekend Confidential yesterday that so far they’ve had some very good responses which means that tonight is going to be packed, both with people ready to show of their flo-etry on the mic, or just willing to sit back in the audience and sip on a juice or a beer or something.
And by the way, it’s no use heading over to GTVibes.com to check the Party Bible because Rain ain’t got nothing up there for you either. Check out Sidewalk Café tonight, save your money and get your Mommy something really nice. Maybe some poetry engraved in a coffee cup with her picture on it. Poetry and Pan starts at 7pm sharp. In case you don’t know where Sidewalk Café is, it’s on Middle Street, between Camp and Waterloo.
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Friday, May 12, 2006 ::
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