I booked a table for 5 last Friday, May 13th. I would NOT recommend this show. The show is poorly written, the talent lacking and the food mediocre at best. With a cost of $75 plus tax and tip for dinner and the show, I would expect far more. Only soda was included for drink selections, service took forever and the food was tasteless. The entire dinner/show took over 3 hours and required a ton of audience participation. I would say skip it to all of my friends and suggest the Gaslight.
I have gone to HH with this group. A bunch of nice, friendly, accepting people. They have other fun things to do. I look forward to doing more things with them.
The Green Movement has always been Red. Nothing new, not even different.
This is going to be a great show!!!
Noon until 10 pm Saturday April 30
Meet at the SE Corner of Himmel Park. Look for the Tai Chi for Health banner.
Wonderful one on one, hands on care. Treating the body as a whole.
Very good food, very nice people
Great Event, Great party!!!!
I'm so excited for this event!
Harkins Theatre Spectrum 18
5455 S Calle Santa Cruz, Tucson, AZ 85706
Purchase tickets: http://gathr.us/screening/14178
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Thanks for the update, Chris! I updated the listing for you.
This event no longer runs every Monday. It is now only I the 1st and 3rd Monday odd every month
My husband and I went with two other couples. We had such an amazing time!! The food was tasty and the show was so interactive and they made you want to be part of the show!! Can't wait to go again. Highly recommend you go and have fun!!!!!
The event is not really "an opportunity to hear opposing views." It's heavily stacked with promoters of BDS while the opposing voice is represented by "local experts." Go at your own risk.
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Went back this year and I was surprisingly amused. I think this is worth a look now.
The Exception is a fun local band that plays rock from the 70s-now, and the Edge has a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. No cover charge!
They are very FUNky.
The rally went great. We had some excellent speakers who talked about how LaVoy should never have been murdered and what took place according to video(s) of the incident they had monitored, (several of the speakers had spoken with LaVoy's daughter the day before to see what she would like to take place and they quoted he)r. There were only a handful of opponents across the street but Roy had invited some of them to speak and after one hour (our protest lasted 4 hours), the opponents across the street left. Except for a few who actually joined us and spoke. Roy wanted Black Lives Matter but none showed up as they have similar feelings about police shootings. Overall, the protest went very well and it was peaceful as Roy had wanted.
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