FOUND: Hark! Another Lost Bill

Found:  The Shoegazer’s long dry spell ended a short time ago when he visited a Whole Foods and found a $20 bill in the deli area.  And now, for the second time in a couple of weeks, a $20 bill has turned up on a floor within The Shoegazer’s gaze.  The site of this find was the Middle East downstairs, where a pretty awesome show was happening – The Hark Philharmonic, a 28-piece ragtag orchestra put together by Christopher Pappas of local bands The Everyday Visuals and Forest Fires.  The orchestra performed several pieces composed by Pappas, while he served as conductor.  Also on the bill was the very talented John Shade, backed by a small orchestra of his own (The Neave String Quartet), local indie rockers The Motion Sick and Seattle-based chick-rock band Visqueen.

Location: This find was made at the Middle East downstairs in Cambridge, MA.  The bill was lying on the floor near the main bar, toward the stage end of the bar.

Source:  Whoever lost this bill had left the scene prior to The Shoegazer’s arrival, as nobody was standing around it.  This one, it turns out, was not lost by Joe Seiders of The Everyday Visuals (who was in attendance), and who dropped a $20 last year that The Shoegazer recovered and returned to him.

Destination: The 20 dollars that this bill represented were spent in a variety of ways, purchasing a beer, coffee, the next day’s lunch, and a $2 lottery ticket, which The Shoegazer won $10 on.


One Response to “FOUND: Hark! Another Lost Bill”

  1. Sarah Says:

    Visqueen is pretty kickin’. I heard them interviewed on a podcast a bit ago.

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