Weekend Agenda

Friday-25th – “Superbad” @ The Big Picture – If you’ve never been, B.P. (located under El Gaucho) is a cosy little movie theater w/ terrific seats, and a bar right outside. Get a swanky drink before, and order more, ’cause they’ll deliver ’em to your seat! “Superbad” is supergood, BTW.

Friday – Broken Disco 7 @ Chop Suey – This series gets bigger and bigger. Go dance.

Friday – Brad @ Neumo’s – My namesake band, starring Pearl Jam’s guitarist and friends. Just listened to them on Napster. Well, they have my name. Go get your grungy-ish on.

Friday-Nov 10th (Wed.-Sun.) – “Bat Boy the Musical” @ ArtsWest – A musical take on the (in)famous story from the Weekly World News about a boy who is a bat and a boy. Stars ever-kick-assing Nick DeSantis amongst other talented folks.

Friday-’till I don’t know when – Tim Burton’s “The Nightmare Before Christmas” In Disney Digital 3-D @ Pacific Place – Man, things popping out of the screen at me? I’m there!

Friday-21st – Seattle Bioneers Conference 2007 @ Seattle Center – Go get green. There’s a gala Saturday night.

Saturday-21st – Evergreen Cat Fanciers presents “Show Cats Helping Street Cats” @ Seattle Center – “A 12-Ring Back-to-Back Championship & Household Pet Cat Show.” I went to a cat show recently to support a friend’s purebred, and I have to say, you should experience a cat show at least once in your life. And heck, you can see presentations like “American & British Shorthairs – what’s the difference?”!

Saturday-21st – The Esoterics present “RU’IA” – “To commemorate the end of Ramadan, the Muslim month of fasting and reflection, The Esoterics will present this concert of repertoire inspired by Islamic scripture and poetry.” Seattle’s “most innovative choir”, in the next-to-last show of their season. Saturday’s show is at the Olympic Sculpture Park!

Sunday 2:45 p.m. – Zombie Walk @ Fremont Troll – Go get in your zombie outfit, meet up with other zombies, and go spook Fremont. There’s another one on the 29th @ U Village, but it’s at a Monday 4 p.m., so you may have to ditch work to get to that one.

Sunday – Opera Cafe presents “Halloween/Dia de los Muertos” @ Columbia City Theater – They bring opera down to Columbia city, and tart it up with Circus Contraption performers. Come in costume and win costume prizes!

Sunday-23rd – Community Media Film Festival @ Central Cinema – Go celebrate public access.

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