La Te Da on Thursday night to see the “Randy Roberts Live” cabaret show. He really sounds like and looks terrific as Bette Midler, later as Cher, and last as himself/herself, Randy. Now I have to go to that show in Boston with Julie that we missed a year ago! How did the term “drag queen” originate? If you want to know, click on http://www.answers.com/topic/drag-queen It's a real education on the differences between drag queens, transvestites, female impersonators, etc.
“Lunch out” is an attraction too, even the few that don’t have live music, like B.O.’s Fish Wagon and Pepe’s. The décor is the main attraction (see photos below), and they’re both institutions here. Every bar seems to have live entertainment darn near around the clock. Almost all are open to the street, even with this cold spell. A few guys in minimal “budgie smugglers” were dancin’ up a storm on one bar last night as we walked by. Ya gotta look.
Then there’s The Bull, known for its clothing-optional bar on the 3rd floor roof. So many ideas for E-Series at Two Rivers! Why am I not surprised that The Full Monty will be offered at the local theatre next week?
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Cowboy Bill’s Honky Tonk Saloon and Captain Tony’s Saloon (the original Sloppy Joes’s) look promising for another night.
We finally have cable now that we’re in a marina, so I can watch some of the Olympics.