I’m sure you know I’m one of the Berts in Ernie and the Berts. I’m sure you know we play shows. I’m sure you’d have fun at one (or two or three or four). Come rock out with us some time…
✟ The Real McKenzies ✟ The Goddamn Gallows ✟ The Bloody Seamen ✟ Ernie and the Berts ✟
Tuesday June 5th, 2012 at the Altar Bar (Also, win Ernie’s Pants!)
☠ Nervous Aggression ☠ Don’t Wake the Dead ☠ Ernie and the Berts ☠
Friday June 22nd, 2012 at Ozzie’s Bar & Grill
☢ Ernie and the Berts ☢ Johnnie Lee Jordan ☢ Alex Payne ☢ Joey Molinaro ☢
Saturday June 23rd, 2012 at the Fallout Shelter
☢ OTiS ☢ Scratch n’ Sniffs ☢ Ernie and the Berts ☢
Friday July 20th, 2012 at the Fallout Shelter
As you can see we have a bunch of stuff coming up. We generally try to be all kinds of fun. We’re playing with some exciting bands & artists. We’re playing some new venues & some old favorites. We’re playing with bands we love & bands we’ve never met. Each show is an adventure. Join us!
If you didn’t catch us last night at the Fallout Shelter… and you probably didn’t… you have the chance to try again this weekend, and eat some pierogies!
via Ernie and the Berts
If you live in the ‘Burgh, you know we got some serious storm winds & some damage on Friday afternoon. The storm hit one of my favorite places to take photos, Dormont Park. So, of course I got some pictures of some trees knocked over and a utility pole down.
To see the whole album, check it out in slideshow or grid form. We were without power for about a day and a half… and no damage was done to our place, so it could have been a lot worse. I just thought the twisted broken trees made for some good photo subjects.
I reported the downed utility pole to Duquesne Light on Saturday right after I saw it… went back to look around today, it was still down… no caution tape or anything up, so I called the Dormont police. Hopefully they send someone in to clean up, there’s usually a decent amount of people in the park, hope no one would come across the stuff & get hurt.
Also, in the same set of photos… nothing really to do with the storm, we hit up Chick-fil-A for breakfast & the use of a power outlet to charge our phones on Saturday morning as our power was out, I happened to have my camera in the car… I saw some kind of hawk or falcon on a light pole near the Chick-fil-A in South Hills. At first I thought it was an owl, upon a second glance I really wasn’t sure at all.
Anyone know what it is?