Urban Adventures

April explores the city.

‘Hella’ and Jenny Lewis. October 1, 2010

Filed under: Exploration — April @ 6:34 pm

‘Hella’ is just a joke, right? Something that southern Californians made up to make fun of northern Californians? I have been proven wrong. Things can be ‘hella lame’ and ‘hella tight’ and even ‘hella disrespectful’ (that’s my favorite). I learn a lot listening to junior high students yell at each other at bus stops. I now feel obligated to use this atrocious modifier as often as possible, or else people will know I’m not from here — oh the shame.
With that being said, I had a hella good day. No internship, French toast, and an empty house. It was a much needed recharge after a long week.
The best part of it all? JENNY LEWIS. FOR FREE. She is the best in the world and I love her 100%. She’s got a new CD out with her new band, Jenny and Johnny. That’s Jenny Lewis and Johnathan Rice. They were playing at the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival in Golden Gate Park. It’s a free weekend-long music festival on three stages throughout the park. I didn’t recognize too many of the other names on the bill, but I will probably go back tomorrow or Sunday to check it out. The park is amazing. Today was my first time there and it feels more like a forest than a park — definitely not manicured like Central Park. I want to hang out there all the time. It’s hella awesome.


One Response to “‘Hella’ and Jenny Lewis.”

  1. KK Says:

    “hella disrespectful” is the most disgusting phrase i’ve ever heard.

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