Thursday, November 1, 2012
Comedy, Music, and an Artful Dia de los Muertos
Seth Combs, a freelance writer in San Diego
Rosey Bystrack, author of the music blog SD Dialed In
This weekend has lots to offer those San Diegans looking for music, movies, and a great laugh. Also, if your sad that Halloween is behind us, an extension of October fun can be found.
The beautifully renovated Village Theatre in Coronado is the venue for The Book Catapult’s screening of the much anticipated film “Cloud Atlas” (2012). This event is focused on the book, written by David Mitchell, that the movie was based on. In addition to the movie, they will be featuring a recorded interview with the author that was done just for this event and a discussion on book vs. movie. 8 p.m. this Saturday, Nov. 3 at the Village Theatre in Coronado.
The band “Other Lives” performs Sunday night at the Casbah. The band has been touring all over the U.S. and it is San Diego’s turn to get the opportunity to listen to the bands 2nd album, “Tamer Animals,” live. They also have a special guest, Indian, performing, “Other Lives” performs this Sunday night at the Casbah.
The Flying Panther Tattoo's Annual Dia de los Muertos Art Show this Friday night. Hailed as their best show of the year, the art show will feature an altar, refreshments, pizza by “Luigi’s”, and a live performance from “Nite Rituals.” The Flying Panther Tattoo's Annual Dia de los Muertos Art Show is this Friday night from 8pm to midnight.
Comedian Katt Williams performs at Vieja's Arena this Saturday night. If you haven’t had a chance to see him perform his hilarious stand-up comedy routine, then you should make a point of getting a ticket while you can. His humor is not only extremely funny, but it truly has a lot of heart at its root. Katt Williams performs at Viejas Arena this Saturday night at 8pm.
Whatever you decide to do this weekend just make sure and – Enjoy!