File this under the "More" part of this blog's title. That's because this particular post involves music, not movies.
On Saturday, between the course of 3 and 7 p.m., Porchfest will return for the fourth straight year. Set in the West Central neighborhood, including parts of Kendall Yards, the home-grown music festival will feature a number of groups and individual performers playing live on — as of this moment — 17 different porches.
As event promoter Marshall Peterson told then-Spokesman-Review staff writer Nathan Weinbender before the 2014 inaugural event, "The basic idea was to give neighbors an excuse or a reason to get out and interact with their neighbors, whether that’s pulling them away from their computer screen or pulling them away from their TV screen."
Click here to access a list of the featured porches, the scheduled performers and an overall event map.
And remember the words of the late John Denver: "No matter what language we speak, what color we are, the form of our politics or the expression of our love and our faith, music proves: We are the same.”