Antje Duvekot had her CD release party (tonight) last night at the Somerville Theatre in Davis Square. Allison got us tickets for my birthday. It was a concert for Antje’s CD release Big Dream Boulevard and she opened for Ellis Paul. Ellis had Don Conoscenti, Flynn and another guy whose name I cannot accurately remember. It was funny because it was the most unpronounceable cast of characters last evening.

The show was fantastic. It was so awesome to see Antje and her band which included Austin Nevins.

Allison and I had dinner at Not Your Average Joes in Arlington and then took the T to Davis Square. It was quick and painless for our in and out of the city. Dinner at Joes was very good, I got a great meatloaf with garlic mashed potatoes and Allison had a teriyaki steak with a pineapple salsa, both were very good meals.

We had terrific seats at the concert and enjoyed the show thoroughly.

I borrowed my sister’s camera. It is a Nikon D70 Digital SLR Camera. Man, what an awesome camera. I’ll be posting the pictures from (tonight) last night in a few moments. I can’t wait to get myself one of these cameras. Oh and there will be more cat pictures later too because I can take photos of Bonnie and Clyde today.

Here are the rest of the pictures from the concert.

Here are some random shots of Allison and flowers that I took with the D70.

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