In celebration of our recent incorporation as The Memewar Arts & Publishing Society, Memewar Magazine invites you to join us for a night of comedy! Clearly, the mass of legal paperwork involved with becoming a non-profit society was anything but funny, so we needed to host a fundraising event which would let us laugh away our bureaucratic nightmares.
Day: Friday, August 21
Time: 9:00 – 11:30 PM
Place: Café Deux Soleils (2096 Commercial Drive)
Featuring: comedy performances by Antoinette Keane, James Masters, Christopher James, and Andrew von Rosenbach, improv from Dangerous Portion, and special video presentations by Man Hussy.
So, what do ya call a a misplaced forearm that's gone awry... and a winged Jack Benny with an assignment?
It's the "Festival of Mythical Plays and Winning One-Acts" being presented by Vancouver's own Theatre In the Raw. We've been on the road with our 2009 spring Lower Mainland Mini-Tour of original One-Act Plays - we'll be presenting 2 shows this Sunday...
Plus... Musical Act, E.C. Salazar - Folk Guitar with Mouth Trumpet
"Tunes in the Key of Little Mountain"
1. Nuclear Fall-In by Ed Ballou - an original winning One-Act Play - A nuclear family is living/working too close to a leaky nuclear plant. (no pun intended) Mutation of living creatures is on the rise. This play has a number of way out surprises and something "loaded" to say.
11:00am to 6:00pm
Royal Canadian Legion – 2205 Commercial Drive (at E. 6th Avenue)
$2.00 (kids 10 and under are FREE)
First 30 people receive a FREE handmade swag bag full of goodies.
Featuring 50 local artists, got craft is a modern twist on the conventional craft fair. Support Vancouver’s handmade revolution and buy local. Visit our website at www.gotcraft.ca for more information and a full list of participating vendors.
Wearing my Mobile Muse 3 technical evangelist and Fearless volunteer hats, I'll be riding my bicycle with Amy Walker, publisher of the fabulous Momentum magazine about all things bicycling, as part of Car Free Vancouver 2008 starting from the Fearless Mobile Booth on Commercial Drive at 12 noon Sunday June 15, 2008. We'll ride to all the other Car Free Vancouver venues (Main Street, the West End and Kitsilano) and stream video live from my bike to the internet.
Wandering around enjoying community entertainment along Commercial Drive during the Parade of Lost Souls festival during the pagan Halloween in Vancouver, BC, Oct. 2007. Features drums, fireworks, mariachis and conversation snippets.