Monday, January 28, 2008

See and Be Seen

Two PSAs for y'all ...

See them: People always complain that they're not interested in the Oscars because they haven't seen many of the nominated films. Well, the AMC theater chain is hosting an all-day marathon showing of the nominees for Best Picture on February 23, the day before the Oscars are handed out, at theaters all over the country. That's right: you can see Atonement, Juno, Michael Clayton, There Will Be Blood, and No Country for Old Men all in one day, one after another, and then you'll be ready for the big show. It'll cost you only $30, and when you buy your ticket, you'll also get a large popcorn with unlimited refills. Score! (Thanks to Dan for the heads up.)

See him: I'd tell you that Love Is a Mix Tape was my favorite book of 2007, but considering I only read three, that's probably not saying much. Still, Love was the first book I read start-to-finish in many years (too many, really), so that's saying something significant about how good it is. And this Wednesday, the book's author, Rob Sheffield, is going to be at Brookline Booksmith reading from and signing copies of his book. I'll be there. If you're looking for a great memoir about love, loss, and music, then come on down and meet Rob with me. The book is now out in paperback too, so you can buy your own copy.

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Blogger Dan said...

um, you're welcome for the first item ;-)consider it payback from the Schilling weigh-in item. :-)

January 28, 2008 11:28 PM  

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