The Color Purple, Wild Orchids and Toxic Audio, STAPLE! In the Dark
February 27, 2008
|Renkoo Tip of the Week
Hop yourself into a springtime mood with a blue Haikoo Zoo Bunny. Your bunny can be a diva and live with our new Curtain Call background or maybe your bunny prefers la dolce vita in an Italian Villa. Is your bunny lonely? Invite 10 friends to Haikoo Zoo at the same time and score your bunny a limited edition White Tigrrr pal. Will it be Paczki or Frozen Yogurt with fresh berries for your pet today? Decisions, decisions.
Wednesday is the new Thursday
Fun things to make plans to do this week…
In honor of Black History Month, we recommend a visit to the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles to catch The Color Purple. Adapted from Alice Walker’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, this musical is a veritable buffet of talent and glowing reviews.
Go wild with the San Francisco Orchid Society all weekend at the 56th Pacific Orchid Exposition. Fort Mason Center’s Festival Pavilion will house more than 150,000 orchids from around the world at this award-winning show. They promise a mind-boggling, jaw-dropping and eye-popping experience. Here you thought it was just going to be a nice day out with your granny looking at some pretty flowers.
You are in for a “musical miracle” in Vegas according to the Village Voice. Toxic Audio is a 90-minute show of songs created entirely with the human voice. Five human voices, that is, seamlessly becoming a human jukebox. This is a definite family-friendly night at the V Theater and all shows start at 6 p.m. which means the kids can go to bed on time.
STAPLE! is an independent media expo bringing small press authors (mostly comics) together with their audience in a casual, hip environment. It makes sense that this event takes place in Austin, a hip town. The completely remodeled Monarch Event Center hosts this laundry list of exhibitors.
Turn off your nightlights and turn on your courage — the Fernbank Museum is taking you In the Dark. Learn about the unique life forms that inhabit naturally dark environments, from caves and soil to the deep black sea.