It's Pulaski weekend here in Grand Rapids MI. The festivities are meant to celebrate the accomplishments of Gen Kashmir Pulaski. Pulaski was a Polish military man who helped the US during the American Revolutionary War. It pretty much consists of hanging out at one of the many Polish halls on the cities west side, eating kielbasa and glumpki's (some of the gassiest foods known to man.) and drinking mass quantities of beer. We aren't playing any of the Polish halls this year, but there's live music all over the place this weekend. It's an annual event that's been going on for as long as I can remember (longer I suspect). Does anyplace else observe this celebration of drunken, gassy debauchery, or is Grand Rapids unique in this regard?? Anybody else ever heard of Kashmir Pulaski??