Friday, September 27, 2013

What's Going on This Weekend?

Buy some comics, learn some stuff, watch a groovy movie, wear cardboard, enjoy live art and laugh your ass off this weekend.

Posted By on Fri, Sep 27, 2013 at 5:17 PM

There's a lot going on this weekend:

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  • Fantasy Comics
Comic Sale: Fantasy Comics is having their annual Fall sale this Saturday, Sept. 28 from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. Fantasy is the oldest comic shop in Tucson and the runner up for the best comic shop in this year's 2013 Best of Tucson competition. Here's your chance to get those hard covers and back issues without having to wait for shipping.

All Back Issues, TPB's, HC's, Action Figures,T-Shirts, Pop Vinyls, Posters, Character Banks, and Statues will all be on sale! Exact prices to be revealed the day of the sale, but will vary from 10% to 90%!

Coen Brothers Party: Hey, man. This Saturday at The Loft is the only place where you can wear a shower robe, house slippers and drink without getting 86ed. Catch The Big Lewbowski and party afterwards.
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  • The Loft Cinema


After the screening of The Big Lebowski, which wraps up our month-long Big Coen Brothers Retrospective, join us on the Mooney Backlot Bar & Lounge for a Big Coen Brothers Backlot Party! Mix and mingle with your fellow Coen Brothers fans. Tip back a cool drink while trying out your best Nicholas Cage or Jeff Bridges impression. Compete in our Coen Brothers trivia and costume contests (come dressed as your favorite Coen character … it just might be time to scrape that Dude bathrobe off the bathroom floor!) and win Loft passes or a special Big Lebowski Kit (complete with Lebowski mug, rug mousepad, book and more). “Careful man, there’s a beverage here!”

DIY Day: Do It Yourself! this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the the Joel D. Valdez Main Public Library. Learn how to make a mask, perform standup, hypnosis, bike repair, operating fire extinguisher and so much more.

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  • Pima County Library
Do It Yourself! Learn bike repair, couponing, origami and everything in between. Join community members for a day of DIY workshops.

Cardboard Ball: There will be a ton of creative folks showing off their mad skills at the second annual Cardboard Ball.

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  • Cardboard Ball Facebook Page




SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28th 
Doors open at 7pm. $10 at the door $7 in advance Ticket purchase locations to be announced soon!
Steinfeld Warehouse 101 W 6th Ave

DJs

Toby Roberts 

www.electricfeeldjs.com, www.soundcloud.com/boxandplum

Thomas Brinson 

www.soundcloud.com/thomasbaz

Carl Hanni

www.kxci.org

Elva De La Torre

www.facebook.com/TheWireService


ART SHOW: Joe Pagac is doing this art thing this Saturday, Sept. 28 at Hotel Congress. Tickets are $12 Buy tickets here
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ChamberLab pushes deeper into new territory for our sixth concert, turning music into art and then back into music again! Six ChamberLab composers (Chris Black, Benjamin DeGain, Dante Rosano, Marco Rosano, Tony Rosano, and Michael Simmons) are preparing new pieces inspired by the work of Tucson artist Joe Pagac.

Standup comedy: Special show this Sunday at Laffs. Tickets are $10 and the show starts 7:30 p.m. All the comedians are from San Diego, but Polo Ceniseros started his career here in the Old Pueblo.
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  • Laffs Comedy Caffe

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