A huge thank-you to Maria Solano at Artes de la Rosa and Marisa Treviño from Latina Lista/Pegasus News, and I know this is late notice but the details were just announced today and it’s also been a little busy around the office, as you’ve probably heard.
Anyway, 2007 marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, so Fort Worth-based event producers Sound Culture are asking everyone to gather at the northeast corner of Magnolia and Henderson at 5 p.m. this Sunday (the 28th) for 100 Fridas, decked out in their most elaborate Frida finery and requisite unibrow, all in honor of the artist. Pet monkeys and parrots are welcome, as are little ones, lawn chairs, food and drink, flores para los muertos, copal incense and cameras. Email any questions to Tammy Gomez at firstname.lastname@example.org, with ‘100 Fridas’ in the subject line.
Oh, and expect the full-on weekend happiness to resume next week. Until then, I promise to make it up to you with a whole lotta Halloween love, while keeping my fingers crossed that Jeff W. and his wife are able to pull off their planned costume caper because it’s a rock ‘n’ roll tabloid trash dream come true, one I totally wish I’d thought of myself.