Hey, hey, hey! It’s a holiday weekend, y’all!
I know, I know. This one feels a little different. But let’s make the best of it. Go to the beach, eat some barbecue and try to enjoy yourself. I think we all deserve a little break from feeling impending doom and gloom all the time. Just be smart about it. Stay with your people and pack the hand sanitizer. And have fun! Remember what that is like?
Good. Now, go have some of it!
Going old school
Looking for something fun and safe to do this weekend? Well, hop in your car and head to a movie. The beauty is you never even have to get out of your car! The Pop-Up Movie Tour announced this week they will be screening movies at Hank Aaron Stadium this weekend. Only one ticket per car is needed and you can order concessions online and have them delivered to your vehicle.
This weekend’s schedule is:
Friday, May 22:
“Frozen II,” 7:50 p.m.
“Friday,” 10:55 p.m.
Saturday, May 23:
“Black Panther,” 7:50 p.m.
“The Big Lebowski,” 8:20 p.m.
Sunday, May 24:
“Monsters, Inc.,” 7:50 p.m.
For more information and tickets, head to thepopupmovietour.com. Sounds fun!
One of our spies said a very naughty beagle on Dauphin Island must have gotten a pretty bad case of the munchies. Or perhaps his “pawrents” didn’t feed him what he really wanted. Because the pooch named Hunter wandered from his house, jumped up onto his neighbor’s picnic table and started eating a pizza they had just put on the table for their kids.
The owners ran over to grab the dog, but the pizza could not be saved. When asked about the incident, Hunter expressed zero remorse and replied, “Next time, I hope they will consider bacon as a topping. Geez.”
Well, kids, just remember, whether rain or shine, dramatic or scandalous or some plain ol’ pup-peroni stealing, I will be there. Ciao!
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