It's hardly more than a week into 2013, and for many of us, it feels as though the person who came up with that New Year's resolution isn't the same person eyeing that second martini.
But whether it was to steer clear of snickerdoodles or spend fewer days nursing hangovers, there's something sort of satisfying about breaking those resolutions.
Enter a post-New Year's party with a motto that unashamedly admits what we're all thinking: New Year's resolutions are easy to make but exciting to break.
In that spirit, Live at the Linen presents the third annual Broken Resolutions Ball at the Linen Building. Ball-goers are invited to revel in resolutions broken early and often.
That is, unless your resolution was to take in more music—in which case, the Broken Resolutions Ball won't be helping you break anything.
Musicians from a cross-section of genres include folk rockers Interstate, rapper Poppa Joe, singer-songwriter Mike Quinn armed with his acoustic guitar, singer Brianne Gray, and other yet-to-be announced performers.
The Broken Resolutions Ball happens Saturday, Jan. 12, and tickets cost $10 in advance or $15 at the door. Festivities kick off at 7 p.m., and refreshments include a full bar and, no-doubt, resolution-breaking Pie Hole pizza, in what serves as a chance to admit its OK to break a promise as long as its only to yourself.