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Tuesday, November 29, 2005
I'm not really a movie theater guy - the prices at the Glen Cove Cineplex Odeon turned me off forever, I suppose. Luckily Ann Arbor just got a new (replacement) second-run theater and we gave it a trial run last night, taking in that one Steve Carrell movie "The 40 Year Old Virgin" for $1.50 each. It was funny but it was also nice to be at an empty theater, with a row (or 17 if we'd been so inclined) to ourselves.

Yesterday was also the day that I picked up a new framing, "Girl on the Phone" from an MSU art student in 1969. It turned out really well, as professionally framed art often does, and I'm really liking its presence on the wall over my console-ish table. It's a cubist, neo-modern, woodblock-print that people will have to come to see.

© 2007 Corey Bruno