Bounce, Burritos, Martial Arts Opera, and Titanic
January 9, 2007
Fun things to make plans to do this week…
Wednesday is the new Thursday! Our local favorite in the San Francisco Bay Area: Bounce @ Mighty. Nothing beats a bouncy castle and $2 shots with DJs spinning all night.
He’s bringing sexy back with the hottest tour of the moment. Tonight Justin Timberlake brings his high-energy show to the HP Pavilion in San Jose. Sure, tickets cost an arm and a leg… but your date will be blown away!
Lots of people volunteer to serve turkey dinners during the holidays… but don’t you want to keep the good karma going all year long? How about making burritos for the needy? The Burrito Project helps you organize a burrito making party — then you hit the streets and hand out the fruits of your labors to the homeless and hungry.
Grand opera meets martial arts cinema when New York’s Metropolitan Opera goes to the movies, with the world premiere of new Tan Dun opera The First Emperor simulcast to 200 HD screens around the world! Even if you’re an opera newbie, the combination of tenor Placido Domingo and director Zhang Yimou (House of the Flying Daggers, Hero) guarantees an unmatched spectacle.
Catch the Titanic Exhibit before it sails away forever! The SF exhibition at the Metreon was just extended a couple of weeks, but there are also ongoing shows in Lubbock, Cincinnati, Las Vegas, and Long Beach.