Saturday, September 13, 2008

There's a new coffee shop

within walking distance of my apartment. That's where I am right now. It's local and independent too, so I enjoy giving them my patronage. Plus free wi-fi and lots of outlets. They're helping me get back on my game, which is most appreciated. Between Labor Day and my trip to Boise for my friend Kayla's wedding and getting a cold after getting back from Boise, I've been a little out of my routines, such as they are. Feels like I'm finally getting back on track though. Spent a couple hours today working on something and I hope to get more done tomorrow.

Speaking of Boise, I've been meaning to post some pictures here, but keep running into glitches with Blogger. I'll try to get that finished soon.

I saw Itamar Moses' The Four of Us last weekend, which is growing on me the more I think about it. I was ambivalent about it as I was watching, as I related to the neurotic writers, of course, but they also made me a little crazy. The play's all about the structure, though; it elevates it beyond what it might've been as a more straightforward narrative. It's worth checking out.

Not much else to report here. I just felt like slapping something up on this page since I've been neglecting it so much lately! I'll be back at it tomorrow at my usual Sunday morning place. Hopefully I'll have something else to post about.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Where's the coffee shop?

Kyle said...

Within walking distance of my apartment. I said that, right?

Anonymous said...

I'm sorry. I'm looking for free wi-fi and lots of outlets. Not knowing where you live doesn't really help me out.

Kyle said...

It's called Massimo's, on La Brea south of Wilshire.

Buzz on Beverly is also good for that too.

Anonymous said...

Great. Thanks so much -- love your blog!

Kyle said...

Sure thing...sorry for being coy off the bat. I sometimes feel a need to be protective of my writing haunts, but then I decided I was being dumb....