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Body Talk Dance, Cafe Davinci Brunch and Boy Kong

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Image: Down the Lion’s Spine by Boy Kong, boykongart.com

To old people, I am not old. To those who will attend the Body Talk dance party Saturday night at Wills Pub I am old. This ultra-amazing dance party is for the lithe, the spirited, and the free. . Old people stay out. That’s not Body Talk talking that’s me. Let the baby faced youth be around the other baby facers and you old people- go to the shuffle board court – No that’s for the young now. Go to the farmers market and – No that’s for the young except for that lady that sells the photos of other peoples’ graffiti. Never mind. Old people and young people meet together Saturday at Wills Pub on Mills at 10.

I know what fried chicken is. I know collard greens, I… know mac and cheese. But a “Biscuit Bar”? That… I do not know. Biscuit Bar… I envision 15 types of biscuits. Or one type of biscuit and 15 toppings. Either one would be perfect. Find out what it is and enjoy live music from the Mud flappers during Sunday Brunch at Cafe Davinci in Deland. It starts at 11.

And finally, visual artist Boy Kong and two other artists I’ve never heard of but if they’re associated with Boy Kong they have to be good, have a show hanging all weekend at ReDefine Gallery at 29 South Orange Avenue. The show is called No Talent Losers which is purposefully ironic. They’re all good. Well, if Boy Kong is involved. The show is at Redefine Gallery and go google Boy Kong as soon as you can.


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