plugs away

(1) As of this post, we’ve got equal numbers of posts and comments (134). Hooray!

(2) This weekend, Georgia Tech is hosting the Black Box Improv Festival, a two-day event which will feature Tech’s and Emory’s improv comedy groups as well as local favorites Laughing Matters and Dad’s Garage, and visiting troupes from UNC, Clemson, and Nashville.

(3) Coming up in two weeks will be AnimÈ Weekend Atlanta, the biggest collection of freaks, geeks, and otaku ever to take over Cobb Parkway. (I think they’re expecting well over 3,000 guests this year.) As with DragonCon, you can buy a one-day or all-weekend pass, so you can get as much of the Japanese animation and comics, crazy costumes, animÈ music videos, and special guests (including the voice of SpeedRacer) as you like. I’ll be there — with a staff badge on, no less.

(4) And finally, don’t forget that the September 11th project will be tomorrow, with our own Chuck Tyron heading events at the downtown library.

1 Comment so far

  1. chuck (unregistered) on September 10th, 2004 @ 3:20 pm

    The September Project is actually at teh Peachtree Branch at 1315 Peachtree Street, right across from the High Museum.

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