Holidays are sometimes over rated if you ask me. Christmas is cool but it has lost the reason around it. My children's birthdays are much more important than the lights and presents that we see during Christmas.
Another 'Bucket List' item crossed off for yours truly last night.
Iconic songwriter/musician Steve Earle and the Dukes came through Yakima on the "Low Highway" tour and played the Capitol Theatre. I took my dad as a belated Father's Day present as he and I have come to know and love Mr. Earle's music dating back to around 1996.
He also spoke about why he thinks there are fewer African-Americans than ever playing at the Major League level since the color barrier was broken by Jackie Robinson and whether or not he thinks Pete Rose should be included in the Hall of Fame.
This Father's Day, dad doesn't want a fancy cocktail created by some ironically mustachioed mixologist wearing armbands and smelling of patchouli oil. He wants a man's drink. A drink that's mostly booze.
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