It’s been all about moms and grads the last couple of weeks. But I did manage to scrape up a little scoop for you freaks. From meat being served on the street (literally) to a randy woman getting a little too frisky with a local pedicurist, here’s all the latest news that’s not really so fit to print. But we did it anyway! So enjoy!

Well done!

The Fairhope Rotary Club held its annual Steak Cook-Off last Friday, May 11, and my spies said it was a huge success. With music by The Krickets and more meat than you could ever eat (giggle), how could you go wrong? Well, I guess we shouldn’t ask one Baldwin County politico that question. Things did go wrong for him one night after having a little too much fun at this shindig.

But that’s all ancient history, so we won’t dwell on that because we don’t want to start a beef and need to get to the 2018 winners. First Place and Grand Champion went to Point Clear Rotary. Sexton Lawn and Landscape came in second and also won the Hospitality Award. Trustmark Bank took home the bronze. Fairhope Sunset Rotary nabbed the People’s Choice Award and Hartmann, Blackmon & Kilgore PC won for Best Decorated Booth. Congrats to all the winners. I RAREly hear such good things about an event! Well done! (Did you get all of my steak jokes there? I’m here all week!)

But will the goat be there?

It used to be the first question many of us asked our friends each Sunday morning. No, not “did you really hook up with him/her?” (That was the second question.) No, the typical first Sunday morning question was: Are you going to Judge’s tonight?

Everyone was saddened when the iconic and quirky BaCo bar Judge Roy Bean’s burned down years ago, but now you have a chance to reunite with fellow patrons who also loved it so! The “Judge Roy Bean Reunion” is slated for Saturday, June 9, from 3-9 p.m. at Daphne City Hall and Grounds. Organizers say this will be “a day of memory and celebration for Jack West and Phillip Calametti.” Music will be provided by the Locust Fork Band, with special guests Robert Sully and Randy Niemeyer, among others. And it’s all for a great cause, as it will benefit local charities Pilots for Christ and Anchor Cross.

Tickets are $50 each. For more info, check out their Facebook page.

Just asking …

We hear a local male pedicurist had a little more to deal with than ingrown toenails when a “mature lady” tried to get a little too frisky with him at a local spa. And let’s just say the lady was barking up the wrong tree, because he did not play for her team. Too many mimosas, perhaps? I don’t know, but whatever the case, who wants to get randy while having dead foot funk scraped off the bottoms of your nasty feet. #notsexytime #eeewww

Well kids, that’s all I got. Just remember, whether rain or shine, dramatic or scandalous or some plain ol’ inappropriate pedicurist lovin’, I will be there! Ciao!