And there is your daily Star Wars… Now onto Cleveland!
If you’ve been looking to fill the void in your life that begs for conspiracy theories, Capitol Theater is showing Room 237 tonight, Rodney Ascher’s documentary about Stanley Kubrick’s horror film The Shining, exploring conspiracy theories associated with the movie. The number 42 and numbers divisible by seven await you.
Also tonight, an “outrageous fiery hot Tiki Party with not one, but four gorgeous fire breathing beauties”. The Akron chapter of Dr. Sketchy’s is having the ladies of Discordia posing for sketchers followed by a full performance. 18 to draw, 21 to drink.
Ohio City Writers is having the first session of the Telling Stories in Comic Books workshop tomorrow. This week’s workshop will focus on learning how any story can be told in a visual medium through writing a very short story and sharing it with the group for feedback.
Those with children, The Children’s Museum Of Cleveland’s Summer Discovery Camp – “In My Own Backyard” allows kids to geek out about bugs. And they should. Everyone loves an entomologist.
This Saturday, Herophoria is being held at the Lorain County Community College’s Field House. This convention will include comic book and super hero themed professional wrestling matches, a Heroclix tournament and a vendors / artist area.
Pacific Rim opens Friday. This science fiction film directed by Guillermo del Toro and written by del Toro and Travis Beacham, explores a war between humankind and monstrous sea creatures in which a former pilot and a trainee desperately try to save the world. If horror films are more your speed, V|H|S|2 will also be in theaters starting Friday, featuring a series of found-footage shorts of plenty of blood.
Are you a teen looking to improve your writing skills or make new writer friends? on Monday, Give and receive meaningful feedback at the Word.: Boot Camp for Teen Writers where you will take up a different genres with guided exercises and a challenging assignment.
This week we leave you with this. Science prevails.