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Time for another Friday Beach Bonfire! We will be holding it at the usual spot in De Anza Cove, but if anyone wants to get there early and claim a pit that would be most appreciated. We have a portable pit we can use in case of emergency, but a real pit would be better. This is a potluck event so everyone should bring some food or drink. We will have a grill so feel free to bring meat to cook along with anything else you would enjoy. We will need firewood, portable tables, plates, silverware, cups, paper towels, etc.. If anyone can bring a cooler we will need ice as well. When you get to the address you will head into the parking lot to your left (south of you) and we will try to get the furthest West double picnic tables and closest fire ring. The event starts at 4:30 pm so we can get a fire pit and picnic tables, but it goes well into the night so feel free to RSVP and come by whenever you can. If you have any questions or any trouble finding us just give me a call or text at (949)[masked]. Co-Organizer Note this is cross posted event. If you want to find fellow ALN members, I suggest you wear a nerdy shirt or something else that screams nerd.
Let’s watch the 3 hour conclusion of the epic saga Baahubali while we enjoy snacks and Indian food! 4:30pm - Meet at our host David’s place in Clairemont (location will be emailed). Please bring a comfortable folding chair if you have one and food and drinks to share. Some Indian food would be great! (Hint hint). 5:00pm - We will start the movie. It will be in Tamil with English subtitles. Hope you can make it! Why did Kattappa kill Amarendra Baahubali? Find out the answer to this monumental question as you watch Amarendra's son in action in the sequel. Trailer: https://youtu.be/94BzBOpv42g If you haven’t seen Baahubali The Beginning yet you can catch up with it on Netflix!
Cost ~$20 Tickets: https://purchasing.sandiegosymphony.org/7516/7517 What to Bring: Nothing Parking: Valet($25), paid lots ($10-$10), street parking (free after 6pm unless otherwise noted) Age: Any I'm going to buy a ticket in Rear Main > Main LC > Row U. This section is budget friendly at $20 and won't fill up quickly so we have an opportunity to sit together. Feel free to buy in a different section. We can meet at the first bar you run into at 7:00PM. After the film, we can meet at the Christmas tree to share your thoughts* One of the most fascinating and controversial films of the Silent Era, G.W. Pabst’s Pandora’s Box debuted in 1929, the same year The Fox opened its doors. Starring the unforgettable Louise Brooks as a seductive and feminine force of nature, this brazenly melodramatic movie was a startling breakthrough for the portrayal of women on the Silver Screen. This film is accompanied by a live soundtrack performance on the Fox Theater Organ by Russ Peck. *San Diego Symphony Orchestra does not appear as part of this performance. Fox Theatre Film Series subscribers receive this concert for FREE! The Film (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QGHZczuu2Sc) Comment what seat number you got!
For November's Book club, we celebrate Thanksgiving and the magic of food with Tina Connolly's The Last Banquet of Temporal Confections! This book is available for free on the Tor website: https://www.tor.com/2018/07/11/the-last-banquet-of-temporal-confections-tina-connolly/ Content warning: Brutal Execution. Details not given her to avoid spoilers. Contact an organizer if you have concerns about the book's content. A young food taster to the Traitor King must make a difficult choice in this story of pastries, magic, and revenge. The Last Banquet of Temporal Confections is a Tor.com Original from fantasy author Tina Connolly. For more information on how to find the group at the park: We meet at Presidio Park at the top of the hill, at whatever picnic tables we can grab in the shade, as close to the bathrooms as we can get without it getting smelly. 32°45'26.1"N 117°11'33.4"W It is highly recommended you bring a folding chair or a blanket to lay on the ground. We usually sit atop pine needles, but some people are able to sit on the picnic tables or in the grass if any is nearby. We hope to see you there! Upcoming Books! December: Retribution Falls - Chris Wooding January: Remnant Population - Elizabeth Moon February: The Kiss Quotient - Helen Hoang March: Warbreaker - Brandon Sanderson April: Mr. Penumbra's 24 Hour Book Store - Robin Sloan May: Circe - Madeline Miller June: Dreadnought - April Daniels July: The Forever War - Joe Halderman August: Hard Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World - Haruki Murakami Epic 1: The Wayfarers Trilogy - Becky Chambers (Probably February) Epic 2: The Codex Alera - Jim Butcher (Probably July or August) Non-Fiction 1: The Happiness Equation - Neil Pasricha (Probably January) Non-Fiction 2: The Dictator's Handbook - Bruce Bueno de Mesquita (Probably May-June) Non-Fiction 3: As You Wish - Cary Elwes (Probably July-August)