Blog Log: The week in local blogging

Didn’t get out of the house this week? No sweat. Bloggers did it for you, and made videos of what you missed.

Ukulele Rockstar hit up the sold-out Music Video Asheville event and posted three favorites from the night.

Bruisin’ Ales Beer Blog stopped sipping long enough to document the packed house at the Oyster House Brewing Company bash.

For St. Patrick’s Day, Hangover Journals makes us green with envy, having seen the Pogues in Atlanta. Though she hopefully did not have the purse-searching experience Skippy Haha went through at one of our local clubs. (And maybe A Girl Named Boo can fill us in with some ACC highlights when she gets back from her Atlanta trip.)

The BB&T building gets a bad rap in Asheville, and this video over at Modern Asheville’s Blog explains why in architectural terms.

From the home front — as in within the home — Adventures of Supermom has a clip showing off impressive pharmaceutical prowess, and Pancho’s Via is anxious to show us the inspiration for his new cuttling-egde art.

Melissa Moss Art is also turning over a new leaf with daily drawings for our pleasure. Speaking of self-improvement, Thunderpig, recipient of the BlogAsheville award for most in need of a redesign, has unveiled **drum roll** … a redesign!

Brian Postelle, staff writer

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