You may have already heard, but we’re planning a big election night party at the Granada. I doubt I need to tell you the date, but you’ll want to go ahead and save it. We’ll watch the results roll in on the big screens, and tickets are only five bucks.
On to this evening. I’ve put together a handy list of Halloween activities and excitement, but tonight FrontRow and the Big Movie film series kicks off spook season with a screening of the original The Exorcist at the Magnolia Theatre. If you’ve yet to see it, you’re in for a kinda obscene, definitely scary treat. As usual, we have tickets and popcorn to give away.
If you don’t feel like watching the devil’s extraction from a young Linda Blair, author Christopher Paolini is the special guest at an Arts and Letters Live’s BookSmart event. He’s the writer of the Inheritance Cycle series, young adult fantasy books he began writing at age 15. My cousins love, love, love these books. The series consists of Eragon, Eldest, Brisingr, and Inheritance, with Inheritance being the last, final, and most recently published. Paolini will discuss Inheritance tonight as well as the fantastical world he’s created.
For more to do tonight, go here.