Wednesday, November 17, 2010

#63: Hori Smoku Sailor Jerry After Party at O'Sullivan's

Right now, I'm sitting in Lula's after the last poetry reading at its current location, but I'm considering heading over to O'Sullivan's later.  Why?  Well, this bar often offers all drinks for $2, so the answer should be evident, but tonight is extra-special.  It's the after party for the "Red Carpet Movie Screening" of Hori Smoku Sailor Jerry, a new documentary about the famed tattoo artist.

In a blink of an eye, you can go from chilling with Notre Dame MFA students to well, this...

The documentary showed at 6:30 tonight at Club Fever -- anybody catch the film? it looked fascinating -- but the after party at O'Sullivan's is sure to be a prime place to people watch and get inspired for your next tattoo.  It's a gallery showing with skin as the medium, so perhaps it's no wonder that common ground can be found in South Bend among the  Masters of Fine Art and masters of body art.

Where: O'Sullivan's Crossing, 235 S. Michigan St.
When: 9:00 pm -- last call (and who knows after that...)
Extra incentives to go: door prizes, body art certificate giveaways, Sailor Jerry girls & drink specials.

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