So, we have returned from beautiful southwestern Florida to the land of no sun. We will have some pictures of our trip to share soon, but for now we will offer a few tidbits of information. First off, this evening we are enjoying a buzz off the fabulous Pinot Noir by Francis Coppola, [Silver Label]: this wonderful wine goes well with pasta, olives, cheese and salad. We can't really tell you what it tastes like it but it goes down very easy and has no tannins. Infact, the bottle is gone less than 2 hours after opening it -- you can't ask for a better endorsement than that. It retails for about $15.
Next -- from the guy who brought you the movie: Funny Haha, Andrew Bujalski, comes his next tale of post-college self discovery titled: Mutual Appreciation. This story is of a hipster who comes to Brooklyn with the rock, but without a band. Unfortunately, Mutual Appreciation has no distribution as of yet -- however, you can purchase the movie here. Initially, we were introduced to the film, Funny Haha, upon the recommendation of a friend (thanks, Sarah M. Roos) this past August. Coincidentally, less than a week later, we stumbled upon the flick on the Sundance Channel. It will be interesting to see whether Mutual Appreciation will be picked up at Sundance like Funny Haha was last year. You may or may not know whether Funny Haha's soundtrack was done by Bishop Allen, where one of their guitarists, Chris Rudder, played the love interest. Speaking of Bishop Allen, we are especially excited to see their friends, We are Scientists, perform a week from tomorrow at the Grog Shop. That's all for now. . .