* As reported by our nosh-oriented sister blog, Bites, Infinity Cat intern Ale Delgado and her associate Hayden Coleman are looking to launch Nashville's first-ever mobile milkshake truck. They've started a Kickstarter campaign and everything, and they're looking for $5,000 to put toward a truck that's outfitted with freezers. Holler at the adorable would-be dairy-peddlers on Facebook, if you like.
* You know that The Chris Crofton Show is doing a live taping at The Belcourt on April 19, right? Well, advance tickets go on sale tomorrow, April 8, at The Belcourt box office and at belcourt.org. Send us a virtual RSVP, fools!
* Everybody's favorite guy with an initial at the beginning of his name — local legend R. Stevie Moore, that is ... duh — has launched another Kickstarter campaign, this time to fund his "Tropical Ooze Tour 2011." Moore and his new band hope to hit cities on the East Coast, West Coast, North, South and Europe, and they're just shy of $3,000 on their way to an $8,000 goal. Also, most entertaining Kickstarter video I've seen yet. Help a brother out!
* Remember What Duvet Said? It's the San Francisco-based blog-slash-podcast via which Bob Duvet flipped his wig that one time — and rightly so — over Nashvillian talent including Caitlin Rose, Those Darlins, PUJOL, Tallest Trees and KORT. This week he's got an interview with local drone-rock duo Ttotals. It's ttotaly thorough, and Carlito's Way may or may not be mentioned.