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genre: Romance

Jose Ramon Alama

Story: Los Leones is a movie starring Casper Smart, Ozuna, and Sarodj Bertin. Nicole and José Miguel's life in NYC becomes a whirlwind when Nicole suspects him of cheating on her while receiving the surprise that her father is getting

Release Year: 2019

Dominican Republic

tomatometers: 5,8 of 10

Los leones cast. Los leones trail. Credit to /u/IIHURRlCANEII for writing this post. The Kansas City Chiefs Division: AFC West Record: 10-6 (5-1 in Division) (Finished 1st in AFC West) (Lost in Wild Card Round to Titans 21-22) Season Summary 2017 was an interesting year for the Chiefs, in many ways. The Chiefs and their fans had a wild year that included the big splash at the draft by trading up for Patrick Mahomes, knocking off the Patriots Week 1 in their house as they celebrated a Super Bowl win, and finishing their year in another heartbreaking playoff loss. In many ways it just felt like a year that went nowhere and a year that was like many Chiefs seasons before, but also it is a year that has the franchise building towards starting the franchises first personally grown, first round QB in over 30 years. There's a lot to take away from the Chiefs 2017 year, and that's what we will be going over. Statistics Offense: Category Stat League Rank Points Scored 415 (25. 9 PPG) 6th Total Yards 6007 (375 YPG) 5th Passing Yards 4104 (256. 5 YPG) 7th Rushing Yards 1903 (119 YPG) 9th NY/A 7. 1 6th Yards Per Rushing Attempt 4. 7 1st Turnovers 11 1st Sacks Given Up 37 16th Points Per Drive 2. 21 6th Offensive DVOA 15. 7% 4th Defense: Category Stat League Rank Points Scored On 339 (21. 2 PPG) 15th Total Yards 5872 (367 YPG) 28th Passing Yards 3952 (247 YPG) 29th Rushing Yards 1890 (118 YPG) 25th NY/A 6. 6 25th Yards Per Rushing Attempt 4. 3 23rd Takeaways 26 7th Sacks 31 24th Points Per Drive 1. 85 21st Defensive DVOA 10. 6% 30th Draft Picks Round Pick Overall 2 22 54 3 14 78 3 22 86 4 22 122 4 24 124 6 35 209 7 15 233 7 25 243 Free Agents Unrestricted Free Agents: Name Position Impact on Team Bennie Logan DT Marginal Albert Wilson WR Substantial Dustin Colquitt P Minimal (but we'll miss you) Anthony Sherman FB Marginal Tyler Bray QB lol CJ Spiller RB Minimal Jarvis Jenkins DE/DT Minimal Stefan Charles DT Minimal Phillip Gaines CB lol x2 Steven Terrell S Marginal Jordan Devey G Minimal De'Anthony Thomas WR Minimal Kevin Pierre-Louis ILB Marginal Terrance Mitchell CB Marginal Zach Fulton G/C Substantial Kenneth Acker CB Minimal Restricted Free Agents: Name Position Impact on Team Ramik Wilson ILB Minimal Rakeem Nunez-Roches DE/DT Marginal Keith Baxter CB Minimal 2017 Season: Game by Game Offseason/Preseason/Training Camp: There were two big stories after the Draft and Free Agency for the Chiefs. Firing John Dorsey and M A H O M E S The firing (or "mutual parting of ways") of John Dorsey was a shock to pretty much everyone in the NFL. Once it happened, stories did begin to leak out a bit about why he was fired. It seemed that there were two main reasons. One reason was that Clark Hunt did not like how he was handling the cap and disliked seeing the Chiefs strapped for cash the last few years. The other reason was Clark Hunt also disliked Dorsey's management style. It was reportedly almost nonsensical at times, Dorsey would do what he wanted just because he wanted to do it, and usually without a given reason. With Dorsey fired the man to replace him was Brett Veach. Veach was the last of the three executives in the Chiefs FO (Dorsey, Ballard, and Veach) who had been credited with the influx of talent the Chiefs brought in the last 4 years. Veach has a long history of scouting talent going back to the Eagles NFC Championship teams under Reid, so the Chiefs should be in solid hands. With Dorsey fired, the Chiefs stories now were basically about the new QB they traded up for. Every day Mahomes took the practice field there were 10 more stories in the KC Star, on ArrowheadPride, and on Reddit. The reason was simple, Mahomes was the first QB the Chiefs had taken in the first round of the NFL draft since Todd Blacklidge in 1983. Mahomes continued to make strides in training camp and when he hit the field in the preseason he showed off why the Chiefs traded up to get him. Mahomes really showed off his arm and raw talent in the Titans preseason game, hitting multiple deep balls and showing off what he does best. Chiefs fans were not only excited for 2017, but Mahomes made them excited for the future as well. Regular Season Week 1: Kansas City Chiefs @ New England Patriots - Win, 42-27 The season started off with a bang for the Chiefs who crashed the NFL champs party in the opening game of the season with a stunning win. After fumbling on his first play, Kareem Hunt exploded for 246 yards and 3 TDs while the defense held the high flying NE offense to a modest 27 yards thanks to a great effort by Eric Berry on Gronk. Sadly, this would be the last time we would see Eric Berry on the season. He ruptured his Achilles and it ends up changing the Chiefs season dramatically. Week 2: Philadelphia Eagles @ Kansas City Chiefs - Win, 27-20 The Chiefs kept rolling the next game by beating the Eagles at home in a game that seemed closer than it actually was (Chiefs were up 24-10 at a point in the 4th quarter). What KC didn’t know was that they had beaten the two teams that would eventually go to the Super Bowl in the first two weeks. Chris Jones highlighted the day with 4 Tackles, 3 sacks, 1 Pass Defend, 2 Forced Fumbles, and an Interception. Week 3: Kansas City Chiefs @ Los Angeles Chargers - Win, 24-10 Phillip Rivers had bad... No, a very bad day as he threw for no TD’s and 3 INT’s as the Chiefs hit cruise control to a win over the Chargers at home. Kareem Hunt had another big day with over 170 yards and 2 TD’s including this 69 yard TD run to clinch the game.. The Chiefs were rolling and it didn’t seem like any team could stop them. HYPE TRAINNNNNNNN!!!! Week 4: Kansas City Chiefs @ Washington Redskins - Win, 29-20 In the closest game of the season so far, the Redskins took the Chiefs to the brink. At the end of the game the Chiefs won off of a clutch Alex Smith to Albert Wilson hook up late in the game to let rookie kicker phenom Harrison "Buttkicker" Butker win the game for the Chiefs with 4 second left. Week 5: Kansas City Chiefs @ Houston Texans - Win, 42-34 A game that was honestly a flat out stomping of the Texans. More so than the final score suggests, the Chiefs were up 23-7 at half and as much as 39-20 in the second half. Alex Smith and Travis Kelce carved up the Houston D who lost JJ Watt during the game. Reek the Freak also got a Punt Return TD in the game to show why he is still the biggest weapon in the NFL. Watson and Hopkins did connect for some nice TD catches, including this amazing catch in traffic. Ultimately the Chiefs were again in cruise control and the game was over long before the 4th quarter. Week 6: Pittsburgh Steelers @ Kansas City Chiefs - Loss, 13-19 The hype train was chugging strong into week 6 but then all the sudden the wheels started to come off with an ugly loss against Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh has long been a thorn in Kansas City's side. Le'veon Bell ran all over the Chiefs with 179 yards rushing and the Chiefs had no answers for the great RB again. The defense struggled and Kareem Hunt had the worst game of his young rookie year, screeching his red-hot start to a crawl rushing for only 21 yards rushing. All hope wasn't lost yet, after all Pittsburgh is a tough team and has long had the Chiefs number. Week 7: Kansas City Chiefs @ Oakland Raiders - Loss, 30-31 Things don't get better on defense. [Not only did the Chiefs lose in heartbreaking fashion] (), they gave a mightily struggling Amari Cooper his best game of the season with 210 yards and 2 TD’s (seriously though, how many times will you give a team a chance at the goal line at the end of a game? ). Chiefs fans around this time are starting to worry about if the defense is championship caliber without Eric Berry. Sutton's "Big Nickel" packages are clearly being exploited and teams are running when the extra Safety is in (the far less talented Daniel Sorenson) and passing when the team plugs in another D-lineman. Chiefs fans see, we're figured out... Week 8: Denver Broncos @ Kansas City Chiefs - Win, 29-19 Nothing better for a recently torched secondary than to go up against a really bad QB. Trevor Sieman gave the Chiefs defense some much needed confidence with some interceptions and the Chiefs did enough on offense to get the win. Here are some of the highlights from the game, which includes a Marcus Peters strip sack/fumble return for TD. Okay maybe things aren't so bad, we back baby!!! Week 9: Kansas City Chiefs @ Dallas Cowboys - Loss, 17-28 Never mind, the Chiefs put out an ugly game that the only real highlight was the Hill Mary. It's clear now the Chiefs have real problems and they lose a game they really should have won. This is the start of the mid season slide for the Chiefs that was ugly loss after ugly loss. This was also the last game Zeke was able to avoid suspension before he was forced to take his suspension, unfortunate timing for the Chiefs. Ultimately though, the Chiefs had chance and chance and couldn't do anything right on the day. BYE WEEK Week 11: Kansas City Chiefs @ New York Giants - Loss, 9-12 Andy Reid is a master coming out of a bye week so there's no way we lose this one TO THE GIANTS … right, RIGHT, RIGHT … Easily the worst and most embrassing loss of the year came after the bye when many Chiefs fans expected a rebound. Alex Smith had a pretty awful game and it really felt like both teams didn’t want to win. At one point Andy Reid has Travis Kelce throw a ball in a game that had crazy high winds and of course it gets INT, face palm. This was mostly okay for a Giants team that was falling apart, but for the Chiefs who looked like early season Super Bowl favorites it was a real reality check. Week 12: Buffalo Bills @ Kansas City Chiefs - Loss, 10-16 The wheels were off and the engine is falling first half of this game the Chiefs were pretty much all deflated. The Chiefs went 3 and out in their first 5 possessions of the game and never really recovered from that offensive ineptitude. After this game there was a lot of clamor for Mahomes to start the next game, but Andy Reid stayed strong and rightfully insisted Alex Smith is the starter going forward. Chiefs fans are questioning if we're even a playoff team anymore. Week 13: Kansas City Chiefs @ New York Jets - Loss, 31-38 Hard to really blame Alex Smith for this game but really easy to blame the defense for letting Josh McCown have a career day on them. Alex Smith certainly tried to win this game, with his career long rush of 70 yards and this deep ball to Tyreek Hill. The defense continues to be awful and the Chiefs sub is a hard place to be around. The calls for Mahomes are getting stronger and it's becoming very clear something needs to change. Bob Sutton's defense scheme continues to be the same and get exploited. No one on the coaching staff seems interested in changing anything and it's extremely frustrating as a fan. Week 14: Oakland Raiders @ Kansas City Chiefs – Win 26-15 The Chiefs come into this game in a real must win situation. The Raiders and Chargers have caught up to KC and although still in the driver seat of the AFC West, things aren't looking great. Fortunately for the Chiefs, they show up. The Chiefs are up 26-0 headed into the 4th quarter. Smith throws for 268 yards and a TD and Kareem Hunt gets rolling again for 116 and a TD. The Raiders try to rally in the 4th quarter but the lead is too big. Chiefs win a big one. Week 15: Los Angeles Chargers @ Kansas City Chiefs – Win 30-13 The Chargers come to KC in week 15 in a spot to try and take control of the AFC West. The Chargers put up a fight but the Chiefs open it up in the 2nd half and throttle them 30-13. Rivers throws three more INTs and Kareem Hunt runs over the Chargers again, 155 yards and a TD on 24 carries. The division isn't locked up yet but the writing is on the wall for the Chiefs to win the AFC W for the second year in a row. Week 16: Miami Dolphins @ Kansas City Chiefs – Win 29-13 The Chiefs are looking to lock up the AFC W and Miami is clinging to miniscule playoff hopes. The first half is hard fought by both sides heading into the locker rooms Chiefs ahead only 20-13. Unfortunately for the Dolphins their offense never came out of the locker room. The Chiefs tack on three more FGs and lock up the AFC West. It's clear the Chiefs are the #4 seed and we'll at least get one home playoff game. YAY!!!! We did a thing!!! Week 17: Kansas City Chiefs @ Denver Broncos – Win 27-24 Guess what everyone!? Patrick Mahomes is starting!!! Chiefs fans are excited. An excitement I ( u/reallyfnclevername) can't remember feeling in my 25ish years as a fan. We're starting a QB we drafted in the first round... wow. I prepared for this game like it was a super bowl. Honestly, I had a full spread, friends over and a lot of beer. What then happened on the field was beyond anything I ever expected to happen. I expected him to play well but some of the throws he made were throws I only see a small handful of QBs in the league able to make and I'm not overpraising him just because he's our QB. U/MNChiefsfan wrote a helluva all-22 write-up for Arrowheadpride and here's a few highlight throws from the game.. It became very very apparent that game that Alex Smith's time was numbered in KC barring a Super Bowl win. Of course, this is just one game and he will have his struggles next season but it's hard not to be excited to watch him next year. The kid looks to be the real deal and I can't wait to see the team in his hands. Post-Season Wild Card Weekend: Tennessee Titans @ Kansas City Chiefs – Loss 22-21 I... I don't know where to start here. This was about as Chiefs as a game gets. When it comes to the playoffs the Chiefs are Murphy's Law, Anything that can, could have, or will go wrong, is going wrong, all at once. I can pinpoint the exact moment when I thought we were going to lose. It's right here. I'm not a bad fan, I've just seen this movie before. DJ absolutely destroys Mariota and it's a clear fumble. The refs rule it blown dead, Titans retain the ball and get a FG, 14-3 Chiefs. The next drive Kelce gets hit helmet to helmet and he's out for the game. The Chiefs head into the half up 21-3 but there's an uneasy feeling in the air. Then this happened. Like really? One of the flukiest plays I've ever seen and of course it happened against the Chiefs in the playoffs. Instead of being 4th down and the Titans getting a FG to make it 21-6... this happens and it's 21-10. Keep track, that's 7 points now off of flukes and ref gaffes. The next time the Chiefs have the ball the automatic Harrison Butker misses a 48 yard FG and then this happens, 21-16 Chiefs. Again, Sutton's defense is getting exploited. The Titans are using the same formula other teams have used, run on "Big nickel" safety sets and pass on 4-down lineman. Sutton never adjusts and the Titans march it down the Chiefs throat with an 11 play 5+ minute possession to go up 22-21. Alex nearly makes the game winning connection but it comes up just short. It was the Chiefiest Chiefs game we could have and it's hard not to be bitter about how it went down as a fan. Nothing went right for the Chiefs and on top of it all the regular season skeletons came out of the closet. The Smith era was clearly over and It was on to next season... one and done... again, feels bad. New Additions Free Agents: Name Position In Retrospect Reggie Ragland ILB Ragland was added in the preseason in a trade with Buffalo, and what a great trade it was. Ragland played very well the whole year alongside Derrick Johnson and will probably be our ILB going forward. Bennie Logan DT Logan was basically a fine body on the inside that atleast made sure we didn't have a gaping hole at NT. His impact was really marginal however and can be upgraded in the future. Albert Wilson WR We tendered Wilson in the 2017 offseason and it paid dividends as Wilson had a great year out of the slot for the Chiefs in 2017. Hopefully in 2018 the Chiefs re-sign Wilson or the offense will be missing a really solid slot WR. Darrelle Revis CB Revis was actually solid for the Chiefs after being signed midseason. He held down the CB2 spot decently opposite Marcus Peters and helped stop the bleeding in the secondary late in the year. CJ Spiller RB Cut, signed, cut, signed, cut, life of CJ Spiller. Spiller actually played very rarely but he deserved a spot here just because of how ridiculous of a story of his roster spot was over the year. Draft Picks: Name Draft Pick Position In Retrospect Patrick Mahomes Round 1, Pick 10 QB I love Mahomes and his Kermit the Frog voice. Even if Mahomes doesn't turn into the QBotF that the Chiefs and Chiefs fans hope he will be, I applaud our front office for finally taking a chance and being aggressive to get their next guy at QB. Mahomes has all the tools to be a great QB, and showed off some of those tools against Denver in the last game of the regular season. Here's a great breakdown of that game and why Mahomes is exciting. We will see how Mahomes does next year and will further understand him as a player then. Tanoh Kpassgnon Round 2, Pick 59 OLB Tanoh played sparingly in 2017 but showed some promise towards the end of the year. Tanoh is a huge man, standing at 6'7" and 290 lbs, but even at that size he looked solid on the outside at OLB. We will see if he can put his raw talent into a more refined player in 2018. Kareem Hunt Round 3, Pick 86 RB The rookie who took the NFL by storm in the first 5 weeks still had a great 2017 once the regular season was all said and done. Kareem not only won the rushing title, but on the way he also forced the most missed tackles in the league. Kareem is another seemingly great RB in the long lineage of great RB's for the Chiefs now, dating all the way back to the Nigerian Nightmare. Hopefully 2018 will be just as good for Kareem. Jehu Chesson Round 4, Pick 139 WR Jehu played only little on offense, but was a great special teamer and has some upside at WR going forward. We will see if he develops any chemistry with Mahomes, for Jehu is a jump ball WR and that might fit in nicely on the Chiefs offense. Ukeme Eligwe Round 5, Pick 183 ILB Only really playing on special teams, Eligwe showed some promise in the preseason at ILB and is an interesting option at ILB going forward. Leon McQuay Round 6, Pick 218 S McQuay played in only really the Denver game and looked fine. He should be solid safety depth going forward. Potential Losses/Additions Through Trades Name Position In Retrospect Alex Smith QB I love Alex Smith as a person and the dude is a damn good QB, but there were reasons the Chiefs wanted to move on from him ranging from money to how he played. Alex Smith will continue to be a solid QB for 3-5 more years and improve whatever team he is on, but for the Chiefs I think it was the right move to try and move on from him. He provided the stability we needed, instilled a great culture in KC, and did whatever we asked of him. Kendall Fuller CB It makes sense why the Chiefs took the Redskins offer after the Chiefs traded Peters, for the Chiefs didn't want to have a roster completely devoid of any good CB. Fuller has skills that should be able to be transitioned out of the slot, and hopefully they do translate because there is no way he is going to be our nickel CB next year. Marcus Peters CB We will never truly know why Marcus Peters was traded. If it was because he was a locker room cancer why did Peters say he had no issues with Andy Reid or players? If it was sitting for the anthem why were only the Rams interested? Well I'm sure the story won't come out for a long time, so it's time to move on. Luckily Peters went to the NFC. Cuts so Far/Players that Might Leave Name Position In Retrospect Derrick Johnson ILB Chiefs fans will always love Derrick Johnson, but a youth movement on defense is probably needed now for the Chiefs defense. DJ doesn't fit into that mold, and there is no way he is worth paying 10 million for the 2018 year. Hopefully DJ comes back as a coach this year or next, for Reid has already extended him an offer to coach and I feel he would be amazing at it. Darrelle Revis CB Revis played very well for the Chiefs considering the circumstances, but if the Chiefs were to keep him on for the 2018 year they would pay him 550k for each game he is still on the roster. That'll be a hard pass. He is still a solid CB, but not for the price tag that he would've commanded under his current contract. Dustin Colquitt P Colquitt and DJ leaving in the same year will be hard to stomach, but it'll probably happen. The truth is, with seeing how we could find a great rookie kicker for peanuts, one would assume Veach would think he can do the same for punter. This doesn't spell well for the long time Chief, and hopefully he can find a job elsewhere if the Chiefs do indeed not bring him back. Ron Parker S A somewhat surprise cut, Ron Parker has been a solid safety for the Chiefs for a few years and played great next to Berry when Berry has been on the field. His 2017 was not very good however, and he does not fit into the youth movement the Chiefs seem to want to engage in on defense. He can still be a solid second or third safety elsewhere. Albert Wilson WR The general thoughts surrounding Wilson's future with the Chiefs is that they will not be bringing him back. That might be a mistake, depending on the price. Wilson had a great year in the slot for the Chiefs catching some clutch 3rd down receptions and having a great game in Mahomes first start going for 10 catches for 147 yards. Wilson is a good slot WR, and will be with whomever signs him. Zac Fulton G/C Fulton is basically the 6th Olineman for the Chiefs and is a great backup center and solid backup guard. He will probably command big bucks in FA due to the fact he's a decent Olineman and his price tag will probably be too much for the Chiefs. Coaching Staff Review Andy Reid - As far as Andy Reid the Head Coach, I feel like this was a good year for him. Reid had little clock mishaps this year of note, which was an improvement from other years. Young players seemed to develop well as well, including players like Kareem Hunt, Patrick Mahomes, Albert Wilson, Reggie Ragland, and more. Reid also made a bold call to suspend Marcus Peters for a game that seemed to help at the time atleast, so he should get props for that. As far as Andy Reid the Offensive Coordinator, it is very hard to separate fault for any offensive playcalls from Andy Reid and Alex Smith. For example, at first look the playoff game against the Titans seemed like a failure of Andy Reid playcalls, but after viewing this breakdown on ArrowheadPride by Seth it's really hard to blame Reid. One could say execution failures can be blamed on the HC, but it's hard to fully blame Reid for WR's dropping balls, QB's missing open receivers, and other mental mistakes that are more players themselves screwing up. Bob Sutton - I'll be blunt, I dislike Bob Sutton. There are many reasons too, and the second half of the Titans game really showcase that sometimes his scheme's don't make sense. One of his biggest failures is not putting his players in the correct positions for them to succeed. Now, while I dislike him, there are arguments that it was not Sutton's fault the defense was poor last year, but the personnel was just not good and that was the reason the defense sucked. Here's a article by MNChiefsFan in the middle of the year about dispelling some myth's used against Bob Sutton. Here is also a solid article about the quality of players on the Chiefs D and what Bob Sutton had to work with, by Gary McKenzie. The Chiefs have gone on record to say that they believe the defensive woes are because of the players not the coach, and I suppose with the rebuilding of the Chiefs defense we will see if this is the case. Matt Nagy - There isn't to much to know about what Nagy did for the Chiefs, we do know he called some of the games late in the year and Andy Reid speaks very highly of him. Nagy was a hot commodity to be hired for a HC position and ultimately went to the Bears, so he must be doing some things right. David Toub - Special Teams was quality again for the Chiefs this year, especially because of rookie phenom kicker Harrison Butker. Tyreek Hill also was quality once again in punt returns for the Chiefs. Toub continues to be one of the best special teams coaches in the league, and really gives the Chiefs another way to win games. Overall Roster/Individual Player Review I will only be going over players who played a significant amount of time in the year.. Quarterback Alex Smith (A-): Alex played great in 2017 and had a MVP type of year. He had a pretty bad 3 game stretch but it’s hard to ask your QB to play much better than he did. Runningback Kareem Hunt (A): Hard to hate on the rookie, who had an amazing start to the year. Sure he lulled in the middle of the year but in watching the games it was more run blocking than Hunt himself. If there is one thing Hunt can improve it’s his pass blocking. Charcandrick West (B-): Charmander was a solid 3rd down back and pass blocker, which is pretty much what he was asked to do. Not much to complain about with Chark. Wide Receiver Tyreek Hill (B+): Reek really stepped up as basically the WR1 in 2017. He doesn’t really have the stature of a WR1, but he evolved his route tree and stepped up big and was a major target in the Chiefs offense. Chris Conley (C): Conley was fine before his injury. That seems to be the story of Conley’s career so far, but we will see if that changes next year with a new QB. Demarcus Robinson (C+): Robinson looked more ready for NFL play than what he seemed like he would be. He made some solid catches during the year and should be a good target for Mahomes in 2018. Albert Wilson (B): Wilson was really good in the slot and made a lot of clutch catches. Wilson exceeded many expectations in 2017 and would be great to bring back in 2018. Tight End Travis Kelce (A): Hard to complain about Travis, he was pretty much the same old same old really dominant tight end. Demetrius Harris (C): Harris was pretty much what he always has been, an inconsistent basketball player playing tight end. His hands are less than adequate and it really hurts the team at times. Offensive Line Eric Fisher (B-): Fisher was fine. It’s fine to have your LT be average, because if they are bad then your offense falls apart. Mitchell Schwartz (A): Schwartz continues to be an amazing anchor on the line and was selected second team all pro. Laurant Duvernay-Tardiff (B): LDT was pretty solid after signing his big extension in the 2017 offseason. The MD is part of a young Oline the Chiefs built and sign long term. Zac Fulton (B): Fulton filled in well at LG and Center and gave the line some stability when injuries hit the interior line. He has always been a great backup and showed it again in 2017. Mitch Morse (C+): Hard to blame Morse for a kinda bad year when it’s obvious injuries affected him most of the year. He should bounce back next year if he remains healthy. Bryan Wintzmann (D): Yeah, Wintzmann sucked at LG and was a weakpoint on the line. The Chiefs should try and upgrade the spot in the offseason. Defensive Line Chris Jones (B+): Jones improved on a good 2016 season and notched another solid year. His pass rushing was excellent and run defense was adequate. He’s a big piece to build around on defense if he keeps improving. Bennie Logan (C): Logan was fine, he was a big body in the middle who didn’t do too much but the defense would’ve been worse if he wasn’t there. He’s replaceable though and the Chiefs should look to replacing him. Rakeem Nunez-Roches (C+): Nacho was pretty good, and his motor was nice to have on defense. If he can improve his technique in the 2018 offseason he might be solid to have on the Dline going forward. Allen Bailey (C): Bailey was fine, but he really has fallen off a bit compared to a few years ago in terms of penetration. He also isn’t worth the contract he’s currently under. The Chiefs might move on from him this offseason to upgrade the Dline. Outside Linebackers Justin Houston (A-): While Houston didn’t have the sack numbers like he did in 2014, his pressure numbers and rush defense was just as good as he has had before. Houston was the only pass rusher worth a damn on defense who wasn’t Chris Jones. Dee Ford (D+): Fords 2017 was disappointing, mainly due to injuries. It’s hard to rely on a player that isn’t on the field much and Ford wasn’t on the field pretty much at all in 2017. Tamba Hali (C-): Hali was saved for the end of the year by being stashed on the PUP list but even when he was reactivated he just didn’t have much of an impact outside a few games. Hali’s knees are really deteriorated and it really shows on the field now. Frank Zombo (C): Why the front office thinks it’s okay to trot Frank Zombo out on the field constantly rprising. Zombo is pretty much worthless in pass rushing and only okay in run defense. The Chiefs would do well to upgrade the spots behind Houston. Tanoh Kpassgnon (C+): For an extreme project player, Tanoh looked good in limited play. If he builds on it he can be a solid edge player for the Chiefs. Inside Linebackers Derrick Johnson (B): DJ played well, but did look much slower on the field. It was nice seeing DJ still laying hits out on the field at the ripe old age of 35 however, and he was surprisingly good in coverage as well. Reggie Ragland (B+): Ragland was a pleasant surprise and played really well as a starter once given the opportunity. He’s a great piece to build around at linebacker going forward. Kevin Pierre-Louis (C+): KPL played pretty well as the 3rd ILB, and has some solid upside to him. Hopefully he can build on a solid 2017 going forward. Cornerbacks Marcus Peters (B+): Peters had a good year, though he did have some outbursts on the field that hindered the team. He usually outweighs these outbursts with big time plays like interceptions and forced fumbles so he’s a big time playmaker. Terrance Mitchell (C): Mitchell had a really rocky year, and was very inconsistent. I believe the coaching staff gave up on him to soon in the middle of the year however, and the fact Phillip Gaines was still playing when Mitchell wasn’t was idiotic. Darelle Revis (C+): Revis was solid and played well considering he was a midseason signing. He helped stabilize the secondary late in the year. Phillip Gaines (F): Phillip Gaines is one of the worst players I have seen play football. The sheer lack of awareness he has is simply mindboggling, as mindboggling as the coaching staff continuing to trot him out on the field. Gaines was at one point the 112th ranked corner on of 112 Corners. Steven Nelson (C): Nelson was fine after coming back from injury, but was not very consistent. Hopefully he can bounce back a bit in 2018. Safeties Eric Berry (Pls come back): The Chiefs missed Eric Berry. A lot. The defense is pretty much built around him and it showed in 2017. Ron Parker (C-): Parker did not look as good at safety without having Berry opposite him. He was still not terrible, which was better than the other safeties back there. Daniel Sorenson (D+): Other than a few flashy plays, Dirty Dan was far from Dirty. It was a pretty disappointing year for the young safety as he couldn’t step up when Eric Berry went down. Eric Murray (D): The Chiefs tried to put the second year player into the Eric Berry role and Murray did not rise up to expectations. Murray was burned a ton by the TE’s he was covering and did not hold his own and looked out of his league. Maybe it was too much to ask of a second year pro. Kicker/Punter Harrison Butker (A): Butker had a very impressive rookie year for a kicker, and won multiple games for the Chiefs off of his leg. Dustin Colquitt (B): Colquitt had a good year, and was still good at pinning teams inside the 20. Old faithful was still just as faithful. Free Agency/Draft Concerns Top 5 Needs: Cornerback - With Marcus Peters traded away, Kendall Fuller is the only proven CB on the roster. The Chiefs need to add a few CB’s in the draft and free agency to feel better about their cornerbacks. OLB/EDGE - Justin Houston is the only proven EDGE guy on the roster. Dee Ford is often injured, Tanoh is a project, and Hali is too old. The Chiefs need to evaluate whether Tanoh is the future at ROLB or they need to get someone. DE/DT - The Chiefs need help on the Dline to give Chris Jones some help. A run stuffing DT and another solid DE would do just that. ILB - Reggie Ragland is the only ILB that has proven that they can play well. The Chiefs might need to add someone next to him to solidify the ILB position. LG - Wintzmann was pretty awful at LG, and to truly make the Oline a force replacing him with a good starter will help Mahomes out significantly. FA Targets At CB: Malcom Butler Kyle Fuller EJ Gaines Draft At EDGE: Adrian Clayborn Kony Ealy Draft At DE/DT: Sheldon Richardson Muhammad Wilkerson DaQuan Jones Re-Sign Bennie Logan Draft At ILB: Demario Davis Jerrell Freeman Draft At LG: Josh Sitton Josh Kline Draft Final Thoughts 2017 was unfortunately derailed by Eric Berry’s injury, and if he did not get injured then the Chiefs season could’ve gone wildly differently. It did happen though, and because of it the defense took a nosedive. Alex Smith and the Offense did all they could do to try and give the Chiefs a good season, which includes a playoff win, but sadly that did not happen. There are a lot of positives to take from the Chiefs year, with young players shining, veterans playing well, new additions contributing, and more. With Patrick Mahomes ready to take over the team going forward there is a lot to be excited about in Kansas City, and this next year should be exciting even if the record is worse. Shoutouts to People who helped Thank you /u/ReallyFnCleverName for writing the weekly game part, u da bae. Thank you to r/kansascitychiefs for being a pretty great team sub. Link to hub.


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Something went wrong, but don’t fret — let’s give it another shot. Es muy bueno 👍. Hopefully I translated the article correctly. If anything is off, feel free to tell me. Original article in Famitsu in Japanese. Title: Junishi Masuda and Shigeru Omori on "Pokemon Sword and Shield" and "Questions we want to ask now. " We also mention the story on Pokemon you can bring! Nintendo Switch software "Pokemon Sword and Shield" is holding an exhibition at E3 in Los Angeles, USA. We covered an interview with Gamefreak's Junichi Masuda and Shigeru Omori on the game. From June 11-13 (Local time), E3 is being held in Los Angeles, USA. Nintendo Switch software, "Pokemon Sword and Shield" scheduled to be released on November 15 is being exhibited at the Nintendo booth for this event. We have managed to interview Gamefreak's Junichi Masuda and Shigeru Omori who have been handling development of the game. For the latest work in the world renowned Pokemon series "Pokemon Sword and Shield, " Nintendo delivered news via the Nintendo Treehouse web broadcast and Masuda gave the message that, "Pokemon that can move back and forth between Pokemon Home and Pokemon Sword and Shield will be restricted to those in the Galar Pokedex. " Currently, it has become a big topic with Pokemon fans around the world. In this interview, in addition to the appeal of the games, we go over the above message and future policies with Mr. Masuda and Mr. Omori. Junichi Masuda He has been developing "Pokemon" series games since "Pokemon Red and Green". In "Pokemon Sword Shield", he acts as a producer. (Pictured Left) Shigeru Omori He has been involved in the development of "Pokemon" since "Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire" and has had a hand on many titles. In "Pokemon Sword Shield", he acts as the director. (Pictured Right) Interviewer In the "Nintendo Treehouse" the previous day, Masuda mentioned information about Pokemon that can move between "Pokemon Home" and "Pokemon Sword and Shield. " On the developer's side, I think it is an extremely big decision but, please go over your process and feelings towards rectricting the Pokemon that can move to "Pokemon Sword and Shield. " Masuda Transitioning to the Nintendo Switch allowed Pokemon to be drawn with more beautiful graphics and life but on the other hand, it took more time to develop than before. On one side, the number of Pokemon has exceeded 1000 in number including new Pokemon and forms of existing Pokemon. For this reason, other than adapting the graphics to changes in the hardware, even for battles, it has been very difficult to do things such as give Pokemon with new personalities to have an active role and give balance to affinities*. *Can mean strengths and weaknesses such as type affinities. That is how we have come to the reason for this decision, that from now on it will be difficult for every pokemon from past works to appear. Interviewer Certainly, considering the graphic quality of "Pokemon Sword Shield", it seems that it will take a considerable amount of time to build every Pokemon. Masuda This decision, personally, is a lonely and sad one. Of course, I wanted to be able to bring every Pokemon if I could but, it was a decision that had to be made someday. Ultimately, I had no choice but to choose quality. Omori This time, along with Masuda, we had considerable discussions. Even at the time of "Pokemon Sun and Moon" (on the ability to bring every Pokemon) we were really in a tough situation, our hardware was now the Nintendo Switch, models had to be rebuilt from the beginning, One way or another we had to make some choices. However, "Pokemon Sword and Shield" can played (even with the restriction on what Pokemon you can bring) and the Wild Area, story, and so on ended up with a volumous amount of content. Interviewer How much pokemon ended up registering in the Galar Pokedex? Masuda I can't say at this stage but, all the evolved forms of Pokemon in released videos will appear. For example, behind the champion Leon was Charizard, right. In that line of thought, it makes sense that Charmander would appear too. Of course, as of June 12, 2019 there will be Pokemon that will be in the Galar Pokedex that have not appeared in any videos. Interviewer Will Pokemon that do not appear in the Galar Pokedex ever be added in subsequent updates? Masuda Future updates and so on have been undecided. However, even if some Pokemon will not make an appearance in "Pokemon Sword and Shield, " they will play an active role in future titles through "Pokemon Home. " We intend to not ignore/make light of this by any means. Interviewer I would like to ask about future prospects so, Pokemon that you have already made graphics for such as in "Pokemon Sword and Shield", will their data come back in the next titles? Masuda Including them is currently under consideration. However, for mega evolutions and dyanmaxing (all affected Pokemon) if new specifications are to be introduced, new graphics and battle adjustments and so on will be made which will be tough. Interviewer So for Pokemon at the current hardware level, the series will not develop and increase from time time and all the way through but will only will Pokemon that fit the title will be allowed to be brought from "Pokemon Home. " Masuda That's right. In "Pokemon Home" when you bring your Pokemon to a title game, I think it will be like taking your Pokemon to go out. It will feel like the Pokemon are saying, "Since this region is cold, watch the house, okay? " or something like that. Also, in regards to "Pokemon Home, " I am thinking of preparing some kind of play mechanic. Interviewer For instance, would there be a way to bring [Pokemon] to other spin off titles? Masuda As there are ideas, I would like to think about the foreseeable future. Interviewer I see. "Pokemon Home" will be at the heart and it will change the stance going out to each title. That reform will go out for "Pokemon Sword and Shield" but what about "Pokemon Let's Go! Pikachu and Let's Go! Eevee" which released on the same hardware, the Nintendo Switch. What will become of that? Masuda "Pokemon Let's Go! Pikachu and Let's Go! Eevee" were based on "Pokemon Yellow" while "Pokemon Sword and Shield" are in a new setting so fundamentally the way it was made and will be played is different. However, a part of the library and base was used in development. Omori We try to make sure everyone who plays is satisfied. It is also important for children to play and understand and enjoy. Of course, it will be enjoyed by those who want to do deeper Pokemon training if they would like to. There are many suitable ways to play. Interviewer Many new elements have already been announced, such as "Dynamax" and the "Wild Area", but which is the part you are focusing most on? Masuda For me, it is Max Raid Battles. I would like everyone to experience four-person play. If you play with four people, you will have exchanges like "Is it okay if I Dynamax? " And "If you Dynamax, I'll choose this move then. " So I hope you enjoy such conversations. Omori Attempting the "Wild Area" for the first time will be an interesting factor. You can meet people from all over the world in the Wild Area via the Internet, and what you are doing will be displayed with stickers (like icons). For example, when someone catches Pokemon, a sticker saying "I caught ○○" appears. If it is a Pokemon that you want, you can ask for a trade and enjoy using it as a communication tool. For communication, I'm curious about that and competitiveness but, will it be standard and implemented like in the traditional Pokemon series? Masuda I think it can be called a continuation from "Pokemon X and Y" and "Pokemon Sun and Moon. " It can anticipated to be like a match communication feature like in rating battles. Details will be announced in the future. Interviewer Then, lastly, please give a message to the fans looking forward to this game. Omori The story and the characters that appear in them are full of charm. I hope you will look forward to launch, including the world around it. Masuda With the newest entry into the Pokemon series, all game play answers will be new content. Certainly I hope you come to anticipate it. I hope you will look forward to the evolution of the first three Pokemon, Grookey, Scorbunny, and Sobble. In addition, because it is a worldwide simultaneous release, I want everyone in the world to enjoy the game together. An event* is set to start on July 12, 2019, thank you! *Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution Movie.

Los leones pelicula online. Los leones hockey. Portal los leones. Los leones de la sierra de xichu. Los leones park. Los leones canyon trailhead. After my last post about Regulus and bringing up the Nov 14th date spoken about in the Trackdown - End of the World Episode again, I started doing some more digging. It's important you read that post before you can understand this one. You can find it here. The name of the asteroid that occulted the star Regulus for 14 seconds on March 20, 2014 was called 163 Erigone. 163 Erigone is an asteroid from the asteroid belt and the namesake of the Erigone family of asteroids that share similar orbital elements and properties. It was discovered by French astronomer Henri Joseph Perrotin on April 26, 1876, and named after one of the two Erigones in Greek mythology. Erigone is a relatively large and dark asteroid with an estimated size of 73 km. Based upon its spectrum, it is classified as a C-type asteroid, which indicates that it probably has a carbonaceous composition. 2014 occultation of Regulus In the early morning hours of March 20, 2014, Erigone occulted the first-magnitude star Regulus as first predicted by A. Vitagliano in 2004. This would have been a rare case of an occultation of a very bright star visible from a highly populated area, since the shadow path moved across New York state and Ontario, including all five boroughs of New York City. Observers in the shadow path would have seen the star wink out for as long as 14 seconds. However, heavy clouds and rain blocked the view for most if not all people on the shadow path. The website of the International Occultation Timing Association does not list any successful observations at all. Two single chord Asteroid Occultation events have been observed, in 2013 and 2014 The fact that no one actually witnessed it is REALLY interesting and must play some sort of dynamic to all of this. The name Erigone seems to refer to 2 different Greek goddesses (daughter_of_Icarius) Icarius was cordial towards Dionysus, who gave his shepherds wine. They became intoxicated and killed Icarius, thinking he had poisoned them. His daughter, Erigone, and her dog, Maera, found his body. Erigone hanged herself over her father's grave. Dionysus was angry and punished Athens by making all of the city's maidens commit suicide in the same way. Erigone was placed in the stars as the constellation Virgo. According to Ovid, Dionysus "deceived Erigone with false grapes", that is, assumed the shape of a grape cluster to approach and seduce her. Dionysus was the god of winemaking. He was responsible for the growth of the vines. John 15 "I am the true vine and my Father is the gardener. 2 He cuts off every branch in me that bears no fruit, while every branch that does bear fruit he prunes so that it will be even more fruitful. " Sounds like this one is associated with an Antichrist like Figure pretending to be Jesus since wine represents his blood. (daughter_of_Aegisthus) Erigone would have been slain by Orestes along with her brother Aletes if not for the intervention of Artemis, who rescued her and made her a priestess in Attica. In some stories, she hangs herself after the child is born, though this may be a confusion with Erigone, daughter of Icarius. Also, after Hermione died, she is said to have married Orestes and gave birth to Penthilus. Or it is said she sued Orestes to murder of her parents. Orestes murdered his own mother then went crazy. Satan/Yahweh have other gods related to them where they are rejected by their mothers or don't have one, which is why they are narcissists who hate women and why we he kicks Adam and Eve out of the Garden of Eden (Mother Nature) and curses women to be subservient to men (read more about this idea here). Revelation speaks of the Red Dragon trying to kill a newborn baby and the woman who birthed him. She then goes somewhere in the wilderness, where God held a place for her until its time. God in this story apparently, is Artemis or Diana. She's not dead, she's just hiding until Orestes (humanity) attones for what he did. This stuff correlates to so much more, I might have to make another post just about this. I came across this date (11/14) towards the beginning of my journey and I never went back looking into it because it felt like a dead end besides a couple of VERY key significances. Nov 14th is both the day the "Great Comet" is discovered in 1680 and the day that Einstein presented his Quantum Theory of Light in 1908. Looking at this list now, I see WAY more correlations with this to the point it's getting ridiculous. And it seems this date is a sort of pendulum point in time because we have instances of people winning their freedoms, overtaking governments and rulers being killed and we have instances of enslavement, attacks and new kings getting crowned. I wonder which way Earth is going to go in this timeline. Also important to note 11/14 = 1 + 4 = 5 = 11/5 = 1 + 1 + 5 = 7 "Remember, Remember the 5th of November" Transitions and Abuses of Power 1380 King Charles VI of France crowned at age 12 1698 Spanish king Carlos appoints grandson prince Jozef Ferdinand as heir 1863 Nathan Bedford Forrest is assigned to command of West Tennessee 1881 Charles J. Guiteau put on trial for the assassination of US President Garfield 1881 Leon Gambetta forms French government 1907 The Third Duma (Parliament) meets in Russia; following Tsar Nicholas II's limiting of the franchise, a conservative majority holds sway and suppresses the radical elements 1908 Liberal candidate Jose Miguel Gomez wins national elections for president in Cuba 1915 Tomáš Masaryk demands independence for Czechoslovakia 1918 Republic of Czechoslovakia created with Tomáš Masaryk as its 1st president 1919 Red Army captures Omsk, Siberia 1920 The Russian Bolshevik army occupies Sebastopol, ending anti-communist attempts to regain the government of Russia 1921 The Communist Party of Spain is founded 1922 German Reichs Chancellor Joseph Wirth's term ends 1935 FDR proclaims Philippine Islands a free commonwealth 1935 Nazis deprive German Jews of their citizenship 1942 Last Vichy-French troops in Algeria surrender 1945 Java: Sutan Sjahrir appointed as forming government 1952 Greek General Alexander Papagos wins elections 1954 Egyptian President Naguib resigns, state of emergency declared 1956 Hungarian revolt put down by Soviet invasion 1957 The Apalachin Meeting outside Binghamton, New York is raided by law enforcement, and many high level Mafia figures are arrested 1965 US government sends 90, 000 soldiers to Vietnam 1966 Muhammad Ali TKOs Cleveland Williams in 3 for heavyweight title 1971 Enthronment of Pope Shenouda III as Pope of Alexandria 1980 Guinee-Bissau Premier Vieira fires President Luis Cabral 1984 Zamboanga City mayor Cesar Climaco, a prominent critic of the government of Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos, is assassinated in his home city. 2001 War in Afghanistan: Afghan Northern Alliance fighters takeover the capital Kabul 2017 Armed forces drive through streets of Harare, Zimbabwe a day after military says its prepared to step in after removal of vice-president Emmerson Mnangagwa 1959 "Girls against the Boys" closes at Alvin Theater NYC after 16 performances This seems to imply we'll be at union with both the masculine and the feminine. But all of these events seem to be polar opposites so who knows. It almost seems like women are going to take over and we're trading places. Like Dumuzid and Inanna. If this is the coming of the True Antichrist, then it won't be good and balance will not be achieved through them. Disasters and Attacks 1775 -15] Floods ravage Dutch coast provinces 1927 World's largest gas tank in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, explodes; 28 die 1938 Dutch DC3 crashes at Schiphol, 6 die 1939 Oil refinery fire kills 500 & destroys Lagunillas, Venezuela 1940 During WW II, German planes destroy most of Coventry, England 1941 British aircraft carrier Ark Royal sank in Mediterranean, having been torpedoed by a German submarine the day before 1941 Governr-General Wouters of Dutch Antilles refuses Jews refuge 1942 -Nov 15th) Japanese/US sea battle at Savo-Island in Guadalcanal 1946 Dutch Dakota flight to Schiphol crashes, kills 11 1959 Kilauea's most spectacular eruption (in Hawaii) 1960 2 passenger trains collided at high-speed killing 110 (Czech) 1960 Riot due to school integration in New Orleans 1970 Marshall U football team wiped out in DC-9 air crash at Kenova, West Virginia, killing 75 1980 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site 1985 Volcano Nevado del Ruiz Colombia erupts, 1000s killed 1990 France performs nuclear test at Mururoa atoll 1990 Great Britain performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site 1990 Philippines hit by typhoon, 110 die 2016 7. 8 earthquake cuts off town of Kaikoura, New Zealand, raising sea bed by 4m, and killing 2 people Currency Issues 1931 Ottawa Mint Act is proclaimed in Britain 2002 Argentina defaults on an $805 million World Bank payment. 2008 Italy plunges into recession, its first since the start of 2005, after GDP contracts a steeper-than-expected 0. 5% in the third quarter 2008 Hong Kong becomes the second Asian economy to tip into recession, its exports hit by weakening global demand 2008 Eurozone officially slips into recession for the first time since its creation in 1999, pushed down by recessions in Germany and Italy 2008 Elizabeth Warren is appointed to chair a Congressional Oversight Panel for the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act 2009 The National Statistical Service of Greece states that the country has been in recession since the beginning of the year 2012 A series of protests against austerity measures occur across Europe including Spain, Portugal, and Greece TV Shows/Movies/Plays/Books 1851 "Moby-Dick" by Herman Melville first published by Harper and Brothers in the US 1883 "Treasure Island" by Robert Louis Stevenson is first published as a book by Cassell & Co. 1894 Start of Sherlock Holmes "Adventure of Golden Pince-Nez" (BG) 1905 David Belasco's "Girl of Golden West" premieres in NYC 1908 Oscar Strauss' musical "Der tapfere Soldat" premieres in Vienna 1945 H Lindsay and R Crouse's "State of the Union" premieres in NYC "The play's events... allude to Wendell Willkie, the utility company head who became the surprise Republican candidate for president in 1940. 'This is a play about a businessman who is a dark-horse candidate. ' 1952 First regular UK singles chart published by the New Musical Express 1960 Ray Charles' "Georgia On My Mind" reaches #1 I said Georgia, GeorgiaA song of you (a song of you)Comes as sweet and clearAs moonlight through the pine 1964 "Fade Out-Fade In" closes at Mark Hellinger NYC after 199 performances The show spoofs some of the great film stars of the era, such as Shirley Temple and Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, and Governor is based on MGM honcho Louis B. Mayer, known for his roving eye for pretty starlets and deep-seated nepotism. 1964 "Folies Bergere" closes at Broadway Theater NYC after 191 performances 1964 "Oliver! " closes at Imperial Theater NYC after 774 performances A workhouse in Dunstable, England is visited by the wealthy governors who fund it. While a sumptuous banquet is held for them, the barefoot orphan boys who work there are being served their daily gruel. They dream of enjoying the same "Food, Glorious Food" as their masters. While eating, some boys draw straws to see who will ask for more to eat, and the job falls to a boy named Oliver Twist. He goes up to Bumble and Widow Corney, who run the workhouse and serve the gruel, and asks for more. Enraged, Bumble takes Oliver to the governors to see what to do with him ("Oliver! "). A decision is made to have Oliver sold into service. Bumble parades Oliver through the snow, trying to sell him to the highest bidder ("Boy for Sale"). Oliver is sold to an undertaker named Mr. Sowerberry, who intends to use him as a mourner for children's funeral 1965 "Baker Street" closes at Broadway Theater NYC after 313 performances 1965 George Abbott Theater (Adelphi, 54 St) at 152 W 54th NYC, demolished 1968 U. S. premiere of film version of Morris L. West's best seller "The Shoes of the Fisherman" 1973 "Good Evening" opens at Plymouth Theater NYC for 438 performances 1976 "Network", directed by Sidney Lumet, starring Faye Dunaway, Peter Finch and William Holden, premieres in Los Angeles and New York City (Finch - Academy Awards Best Actor 1977) This one warrants reading the entire plot as it fits too perfectly. Even ending with the assassination of the main character. (1976_film) Network is a 1976 American satirical film written by Paddy Chayefsky and directed by Sidney Lumet, about a fictional television network, UBS, and its struggle with poor ratings 1981 "Raise! " 11th studio album by Earth, Wind & Fire is released (Billboard Album of the Year 1982) Event of interestEvent of Interest 1987 "La Cage aux Folles" closes at Palace Theater NYC after 1761 performances La cage aux folles literally means "the cage of mad women". However, folles is also a slang term for effeminate homosexuals (queens). 1991 Michael Jackson's "Black or White" video premieres on FOX TV 1993 "Kentucky Cycle" opens at Royale Theater NYC for 34 performances 1993 "Twilight of the Golds" closes at Booth Theater NYC after 29 performances 1993 Puerto Rico votes against becoming the 51st US state 1996 "Chicago" opens at Richard Rodgers Theater NYC 1997 Disney's "Lion King" sets Broadway record of $2, 700, 000 daily sale 2000 Geddy Lee releases his first solo album, “My Favourite Headache” 2002 Film "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" is released, based on the second book by J. K. Rowling 2006 "Casino Royale", 21st James Bond film premieres in London, starring Daniel Craig for the 1st time and Eva Green, premieres in London 2012 "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2", based on the book by Stephenie Meyer, directed by Bill Condon, starring Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson, is released As ridiculous as this sounds, this might be the most relevant of all. I can't fit it all here, so just go here and read about the plot. Her daughters name literally means "born again". Someone gets told they don't live in the world they think they do. Her child get persecuted and they gather "witnesses" to testify for her. The 2 witnesses in Revelation? The correlations here are crazy. Especially with the idea I've heard that everything man exalts, God hates and vice versa. So Pagan and witches seem to be implying something here. 2016 "Moana" animated Disney film directed by Ron Clements and John Musker with voices by Auli'i Cravalho and Dwayne Johnson premieres in Los Angeles On the Polynesian island of Motunui, the inhabitants worship the goddess Te Fiti, who brought life to the ocean, using a pounamu stone as her heart and the source of her power. Maui, the shapeshifting demigod and master of sailing, steals the heart to give humanity the power of creation. However, Te Fiti disintegrates, and Maui is attacked by Te Kā, a volcanic demon, losing both his magical giant fishhook and the heart to the depths. A millennium later, Moana, daughter of Motunui's chief Tui, is chosen by the ocean to return the heart to Te Fiti. However, Tui arrives and takes Moana away, causing her to lose the heart. Space & Exploration Related 1524 Francisco Pizarro begins his 1st great expedition, near Colombia 1792 Captain George Vancouver is first Englishman to enter San Francisco Bay Something to do with Pope Francis? Either Jesuit takeover of America or destruction of the Catholic church would be my guess. 1910 1st airplane flight from deck of a ship, Norfolk, Virginia Another first involving flying vehicles 1922 BBC begins daily radio broadcasts from the 2LO transmitter at Marconi House Implying contact 1923 Kentaro Suzuki completes his ascent of Mount Iizuna. 1969 Apollo 12 (Conrad/Gordon/Bean) launched for 2nd manned Moon landing We just announced we're sending people back to the moon 1981 2nd Space Shuttle Mission-Columbia 2-returns to Earth The 2nd space shuttle, Lady Liberty, RETURNS to Earth 1983 First cruise missile placed at Greenham Common, England Those missiles were guided by light 1984 Astronauts aboard "Discovery" pluck a 2nd satellite from orbit More references to a 2nd moon or "satellite". With "Discovery" plucking one from orbit. 1984 NASA launches NATO-3D Implying this 3D world was "launched" or created? 1994 Space shuttle STS-66 (Atlantis 13), lands Atlantis? 13 is the mother again. 2012 CFBDSIR 2149-0403 is discovered, the closest rogue planet to earth (100 light-years away) This is a giant indicator. Scandals 1550 Pope Julius III proclaims new seat on Council of Trente Apparently he was fucking his "adopted nephew" which was a big scandal for the Catholic Church 1943 J Postma, C Schalker, D Goulooze arrested for leading illegal CPN CPN scams involve social security numbers and escaping bad credit. 1991 American and British authorities announce indictments against two Libyan intelligence officials in connection with the downing of the Pan Am Flight 103 Russia downed a flight and I don't think anyone has indicted them yet 1986 SEC imposes a record $100 million penalty against Ivan Boesky Fined for insider stock trading, the highest fine ever at the time for a single person. 2002 The United States House of Representatives votes not to create an independent commission to investigate the September 11 attacks Now this is VERY interesting. Trump has repeatedly said he would expose 9/11 and I've had this theory for a while that he would use this information to end the investigation and take complete power. 1976 War criminal Pieter Menten captured 1 day after fleeing He was a Nazi. A Dutch writer was involved in his capture. I'm noticing a lot of references to the Dutch. Apparently they were very complicit in atrocities of Nazi Germany and they had the highest percentage of Jewish deaths in Western Europe, 75% of them died. A lot of Nazi's actually hid out in these areas to avoid capture. The Little Baron Trump books say he changed his name to a Dutch name. Trump himself lied and said his father was Swedish. I think it's pretty obvious what this means. Miscellaneous 1666 Samuel Pepys reports on 1st blood transfusion (between dogs) Almost seems like an illusion to genetic manipulation. The Greeks called the city where they worshiped the Egyptian god of the Underworld Anubis, the "city of the dog". Jesus referred to a Canaanite woman as a dog once. Trump also called Omarosa a "dog". Keeping with my theory that almost 100% of the negative things Trump says about a person are projection, which means he's really talking about himself, this is very interesting. Especially with his love for Black and Gold color schemes on his "Towers" which is very Egyptian. Ramses II also had red hair. Which means he was an Edomite. Ramses II is mentioned specifically on Cleopatra's Needle, one of which is a mile away from the black inverted obelisk that is Trump Tower. Ramses II sounds an AWFUL lot like Trump. Loved to build monuments to himself and over exaggerated his accomplishments. He is very revered though and thought of as a great Pharaoh, according to what was written about him at least. 1675 Pope Clemens X declares Gorcumse martyrs divine They were 19 Catholics who were killed for being Catholics 1832 First streetcar (horse-drawn) (John Mason) debuts in NYC; fare 12 cents rode on 4th Avenue between Prince and 14th Sts The Mars Rover was literally just driven around NYC 1896 Power plant at Niagara Falls begins operation Implying a new power or power source is coming? 1967 The Congress of Colombia in commemoration of the 150 years of the death of Policarpa Salavarrieta, declares this day as "Day of the Colombian Woman" Columbia was originally a name for the goddess of America, which is essentially Lady Liberty. If the Messiah really is coming, this is implying it's a woman. 1969 2nd Vietnam Moratorium Day in US This was a sit in to protest the Vietnam war 1972 Dow Jones closes above 1, 000 for 1st time (1003. 16) This seems to be a good thing 1973 Canada begins production of Olympic coins The Olympics was the celebration of the Triumph over the first gods, the Titans. Although its just a sham to fool the people into thinking they are free now when the old gods just changed shape into new ones. Like the Phoenix being reborn. 1975 Spain, Morocco and Mauretania sign accord about Spanish Sahara Spain gave up land due to pressure from the UN 1976 "Don't Step on My Olive Branch" closes at Playhouse NYC after 16 performances This is a play about Israel. Olive branches represent peace 1977 Egyptian President Anwar Sadat repeats willingness to visit Israel to Walter Cronkite Interesting. Egypt is a metaphor in the Bible for a place of struggle as well as being a real place. 1981 Old Dutch Windmill in Golden Gate Park repaired and working again Apparently this is just one of 2 different ones. The other one called Murphy which is on the west side of the GOLDEN GATE Park. 1982 Polish Solidarity chairman Lech Wałęsa freed Just gonna have to read about this one for yourselves, it's very relevant. 1990 Michael Heseltine contests Margaret Thatcher's leadership of the British Conservative Party A challenge to the conservative party 1991 Cambodian Prince Norodom Sihanouk returns to Phnom Penh after thirteen years of exile 13 is associated with the mother principal of the soul. She's been in exile, represented by getting kicked out of the Garden of Eden. 2001 OPEC announces that it intends to cut its crude oil output quotas by 1. 5 million barrels per day effective, but only if non-OPEC producers cut their output by 500, 000 barrels per day as well Oil shortage coming? 2007 the last direct-current distribution by Con Edison was shut down. Is this indicating the power will be cut off or is it a metaphor for humanity itself? Children's Day is celebrated on the 14th of November in India as a tribute to Jawaharlal Nehru, who was born on November 14, 1889. Jawaharlal Nehru, who was fondly called Chacha Nehru or simply Chachaji, was known for his love for children. On this day, chocolates and gifts are often distributed among children, while schools organize different events such as debates, and music and dance performances. It is also a common practice to distribute gifts like clothes, toys and books to orphan children on this day.

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Los leones de la sierra. Quisiera saber de qué país son los padre de Ozuna. Los leones with smg. Los liones canyon. Los leones in pubg map top building. Happy Halloween, you spooky motherfuckers! There’s another list of all the regular stuff that happens every week, so don’t forget to check for all your karaokes, trivias, and so on. There are also links to all of Tally’s theater options, both stage and independent cinema (from fancy to cult). HAPPENING SOON: Mule Day 2019! “Mule Show, Parade, Arts and Crafts, Food Vendors, Entertainment, Museum, Syrup Cooking, Petting Zoo. Buy a cowboy hat with fake mule ears on it! ” In Calvary, GA, Saturday Nov. 2, 7am-10pm. HAPPENING SOON: Fall Title Wave Book Sale. “Join us for the Friends' huge semi-annual book sale! ” LeRoy Collins Public Library. Nov 1, 11am-3pm/Nov 2, 9am-3pm/Nov 3, 11am-3pm and fill-a-bag: $5 and $10 options. HAPPENING SOON: North Florida Seafood Festival! “The Florida Seafood Festival is a two day event annually drawing tens of thousands of visitors to the historic town of Apalachicola in scenic Franklin County. The Festival is held at the mouth of the Apalachicola river under the shady oaks of Apalachicola’s Battery Park. The festival features delicious seafood, arts and crafts exhibits, seafood related events, Musical Entertainment. Some of the notable events include Oyster Eating and Oyster Shucking contest, Blue Crab Races, Photo Contest, Parade, 5k Redfish Run, The Blessing of the Fleet, History of the Festival Exhibit and Tonging For Treasure. ” Apalachicola. Nov. 1, 10am-10:30pm/Nov 2 10am (parade starts) – 11pm HAPPENING SOON: Big Bounce America 2019. “Welcome to the biggest, craziest and most awesome inflatable theme park ever to exist! We’re inviting YOU to join us and spend some quality time with family and friends in our magical, candy-colored wonderland of inflatable adventure. ” Bounce over here for the details. Mahan Farm. Nov 8, 1pm-7pm/Nov 9, 9am-9pm/Nov 10, 9am-6pm HAPPENING SOON: Caribe Festival 2019! “A free family festival, Caribé 2019: Celebrate Bahamian Junkanoo, will be held Nov. 9th and 10th from 2-6 pm at FAMU Way Market Area in Tallahassee (on FAMU Way between Pinellas Street and Railroad Avenue, alongside Railroad Square Art Park). The festival will feature Caribbean food vendors, arts & crafts vendors, singers, bands, dance groups, and a special Junkanoo parade at 4 pm on Saturday, led by a Bahamian group from Orlando, Junkanoo Near You. ” Nov 9&10, 2pm-6pm HAPPENING SOON: Gaines Street Fest 2019! “Join us for the biggest Block Party in town! Free live music all day on 5 stages. Tons of local vendors. Food Trucks. Food and Drink specials at all your favorite All Saints businesses. ” Nov 9/2PM-all day/free/all welcome TUESDAY, 10/29 State Archives of Florida: Archives After Dark: Extended Hours. “Crypt Keepers (also known as archivists and librarians) will be available to answer research questions and pull archival materials. October is American Archives Month, and all month long the State Archives is celebrating our spooky theme, Tales From the Archives, with events that bring to light our darker side. ” 4:30pm-8pm State Archives of Florida: Documenting the Dearly Departed Presentation. “In this presentation, Archives Historian Dr. Josh Goodman will use records from our collections to demonstrate the types of information found within death records and how to use them in genealogical and historical research. ” 6pm/free Proof: Tails From the Crypt Costume Contest. (Pet costume contest. ) “Gather your furry friends in Halloween costumes for a chance to win Proof gift cards on Tuesday, October 29th! Winners will be decided by a panel of judges. There will be a pet-friendly photo booth on-site between 7pm-9pm. The pet costume contest starts at 8:00pm. Sign up is from 7pm-7:45pm. Be sure to get here early to sign up, the contest is limited to the first 30 to sign up. ” 7pm Opperman Music Hall: Balinese Gamelan & Omnimusica Fall Concert. “The Florida State University College of Music is proud to present the Balinese Gamelan & Omnimusica concert next Tuesday, October 29th at 7:30 pm in Opperman Music Hall. The event is free and open to the public. We are excited to have Balinese musician, Indra Sudguna, leading our Gamelan this year. Omnimusica will also do various tunes heavily influenced by Balinese musical traditions, as well as African and Peruvian pieces, so audiences will surely enjoy an exciting evening of global musics. We hope to see you there! ” 7:30pm/free/all ages Goodwood: Poe's Fright Night. “The infamous Edgar Allan Poe’s most chilling works will be brought to life at the Main House of Goodwood Museum & Gardens during Poe’s Fright Night. Visitors will enjoy a spooky reception followed by four readings ranging from The Raven to Tell-Tale Heart. Edgar Allan Poe’s words lay in wait for this unsuspecting group, ready to speak across time to spook the souls of the living. Prepare for a night of frights sure to shock you into the Halloween spirit. ” 7:30pm The Bark: The Jerome Stern Distinguished Writers Series Presents Justin Phillip Reed. 8pm Blue Tavern: Silent Film Night with live accompaniment. “Jack Quine will play our 100-year-old piano in a fitting accompaniment to two short silent films, and expect a couple of additional "foley" sound effects from the percussion section. ” 8:30pm/$2/all ages WEDNESDAY, 10/30 Proof: St. Mark's Lighthouse Pre-lighting Celebration. “Come join the celebration of re-lighting the newly restored St. Mark’s Lighthouse! We will be hosting the festivities from 6:00 – 8:00pm. We’ll have a specially-designed, commemorative pint glass for sale that includes a fill of specialty brew made just for the celebration (beer announced soon, stay tuned)! Portion of proceeds go to support St. Mark’s National Wildlife Refuge. Glassware and specialty brew is limited so come early and first come first serve. ” 6pm Warrior by the River: Bodysnatcher / Prison w/ The Azimuth/Scold-Worthy of the Crown. 6pm/$15 All Saints Cinema: Creature from the Black Lagoon Film Screening and Presentation. “Come to All Saints Cinema on Wednesday, October 30 for a special screening of the 1954 film "Creature From the Black Lagoon. " State Archives Social Media Coordinator Elizabeth Loeffelman will be on hand before the screening with a brief presentation on world-famous photographer Bruce Mozert, who took a number of behind-the-scenes production photos of "Creature" and its sequels as they were being filmed on location in Florida. ” 6:30pm/$6 Cap City Video Lounge: Nosferatu ENCORE With Sound Design By Burlap Productions. “Cap City Video Lounge is proud to host a special encore screening of the 1921 classic silent film Nosferatu only this time, with a new creative and eclectic mix of music and sounds. Sound designer and music supervisor Glenn Swan has worked for many years in Chicago, Los Angeles, New York and Toronto providing what he calls a 'mixtape for the script' in live theatre settings. Now, for the first time, he brings his ears to the screen with F. W. Murnau's vampire masterpiece, loosely based on Bram Stoker's Dracula. ” 7pm Tally Cat Café: Spooky Cat Bingo! “Join us in the cat lounge for a few rounds of SPOOKY Cat Bingo! Winners of each round have the opportunity to win prizes such as Tally Cat Café merch and cat themed prizes! We'll play some SPOOKY music, hand out candy, and even dress up a little! ” 7pm The Bark: Pre-Fest Show w/ Amuse, Teenage Bubblegums, Teen Divorce + More. 7pm/$5 Yianni’s: Nofaux Presents: Tim Baresko. 8pm/$10 The Wilbury: Emo Night hosted by Mayday Parade. “An EMO NIGHT hosted by the members of MAYDAY PARADE ahead of their hometown show and the only southeast date on the "Anywhere But Here" 10th Anniversary tour at The Moon on Sunday November 3! Come out and hear all of your favorite emo tunes as MAYDAY PARADE along with some special guests spin the best emo music of the late 80s, 90s and 2000s! (Note: this is DJ night, no live performances)” 8:30pm/free over 21, $7 18+ Waterworks: Science Salon: Bloody Potter! Why Wizards Bleed. “Wizards bleed? Come hear Dr. Michael Thornton from FAMU explain the phenomenon on Halloween’s Eve. (This Wizard's symposium sponsored by the Ministry of Magic and Tallahassee Scientific Society. )” 7:30pm/21+ THURSDAY, 10/31, HAPPY HALLOWEEN Brass Tap: Halloween Karaoke & Costume Party. 4pm Burrito Boarder: Halloween Costume Party and Contest. “Our overall theme for the night is Rocky Horror Picture Show. Come dressed as your favorite character from the film or as whatever you would like! Costumes DO NOT have to be film related! Come dressed in your most spooktacular attire! We will be giving out prizes throughout the night to the best costumes, dances off, etc. We will be giving out 4 big prizes: 1. The Wii Family Pack 2. Original Xbox Halo edition bundle 3. Gamecube Bundle 4. PS3 Kingdom Hearts Bundle. ” 4pm-11pm Railroad Square: Trick or Treat in The Square. “This year Railroad Square businesses have come together so your kids can circle the square to trick or treat! ” 5:30pm-7:30pm The Marketplace in RR Sq: Halloween Creations. “Join us at the Marketplace with Feeling Art for spooky slime and making monster hands! ” 5:30pm Waterworks: Halloween Parade, Party, Army of Darkness Patio Theater. “A parade of costumed revelers begins on the Waterworks patio and then snakes its way down Beard St. and through the neighborhood of Lafayette Park! There’s also Army of Darkness showing on the patio with a Halloween Party inside the bar throughout the evening! ” 6:15pm/21+ Opperman: The Magic of Kevin Spencer. “Join us on Halloween for a relaxed, sensory-friendly evening of family festivities designed for children of all ages and abilities! The program features award-winning magician, Kevin Spencer, in a fun-filled show that combines storytelling, stage magic and audience participation. This low-sensory performance welcomes all families, including those with children having developmental or intellectual disabilities, autism spectrum disorder or others that create sensory sensitivities. Be entertained by baffling magic in a relaxed, judgement-free environment. ” 6:30pm Junction @ Monroe: Scary-Oke Halloween Night Karaoke. “It's Karaoke in costume - costume optional - but receive 25% off your bar tab if you sing in costume. ” 7pm Blue Tavern: Halloween with the Common Taters. 8pm/$2 Tally Cat Café: The Rocky Horror Picture Show Mew-vie Night! “Come see The Rocky Horror Picture Show in our cat lounge on Halloween night! A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Leon County Humane Society. Popcorn and soda will available for purchase at the coffee bar to enjoy with the movie. Dressing up is HIGHLY ENCOURAGED! The Rocky Horror Picture Show is rated R and is 1hr 41min. Children 12 and under must have at least one adult with them in the cat room at all times. ” 8pm Proof: Proof-O-Ween Halloween Costume Party & Contest. 8pm Cap City Video Lounge: Things That Go Bump 'N Grind in The Night. “It's Halloween night and Shaken not Stirred Burlesque has a few Tricks and Treats in store for you at our extra-special Halloween night edition of our spooky-themed burlesque revue, Things That Go Bump 'N Grind in the Night! We're kicking off with a terrifyingly sexy burlesque revue filled with gore, guts, and glitz galore from your favorite spooky fandoms followed by a live Pumpkin-BOOty Painting Contest! There will be Pumpkin BOO-ty Paintings available for purchase as well as live booty decorating! ” 8pm-11pm/18+/21+ free byob privileges/Front Row: $20, Middle Row: $15, Back Row/Standing room: $10, tip the dancers! Warhorse: Halloween AV Night – All Spooky Music and Pic Trivia! “Three music rounds, two picture rounds, a costume contest, and an optional LIP SYNC round! When Hell is full, the dead will rock the Earth! ” 8:30pm/free to play/don’t bring your kids, leave them with gramma The Bark: On this day Nevada gained Statehood (a Halloween Party). “There will be a costume contest with prizes (Judges include one of the owners of the Bark, Leah, and the crowd yelling at us). Categories include: Most Original/Creative, Scariest, Funniest, Best Duo or Group, and Laziest. T-shirts, bar tabs, and gift certificates for the winners! Appropriately themed drinks, snacks, and music as well! (Costume contest will be judged between 10-11 pm! -- food, music, and drinks all night long. )” 9pm 926: Halloween: The Devil's Carnival. “Step right up, step right up! Come one, come all, to the Devil’s Carnival on Halloween night! Drink and debauchery aplenty, with Jack Fire, Honey and Apple specials running all night long! Be there by the witching hour sharp to kick off our Devil’s Carnival show at midnight -- bull whips, drag queens, demons and trapeze, oh my! Bring dollars to tip your performers -- though we can’t promise it’ll keep you safe from the Carnival’s dark creatures. ” 10pm/$7/18+ FRIDAY, 11/1 – First Friday! The Bark: For the Love of Works! “Don't buy art from target, come support local artists at this local small business venue in the heart of Tallahassee's art district on First Friday! Bring your friends. There will be music and drinks available for purchase. ” 5pm RR Sq Craft House: Two Foot Level at First Friday. 6pm Fifth & Thomas: The Brown Goose. 7pm Blue Tavern: Nathan Brown & Grant Peeples. 8pm Warrior on the River: Girls Night Out the Show. (Male Strippers. ) 8pm/18+ Crum Box Gastgarden: First Friday with The Intoxicators. 8pm The Wilbury: Laney Tripp w/ DORMS, Bench Warmer, and Sofia Camille. 8pm/$7/18+ Rewski Photography in RR Sq: Zombie Walk in RRSQ on First Friday! “This is a FREE event for all participants and costumes will be mandatory for the walk! The walk will be from 8-9pm and tardiness will not be frowned upon! We just want you to join uuuuus!!!! ” Here for details. 8pm The Bark: TX Double Feature of Lola Tried and Cortége, w/Mama Stone and The Feeling Ecstatic. 9pm/$5/all ages Fire Betty’s: Lil' Grizzly Boogie Band. 9pm/21+/free Bradfordville Blues Club: JB’s ZydecoZoo’s Halloween Party. 9pm SATURDAY, 11/2 Calvary, GA: Mule Day 2019. “Mule Show, Parade, Arts and Crafts, Food Vendors, Entertainment, Museum, Syrup Cooking, Petting Zoo. Buy a cowboy hat with fake mule ears on it! ” 7am-10pm Challenger Learning Center: Free Planetarium Show - November Skies Over Tallahassee. 10am Wakulla Springs Lodge: HuManatee Festival 2019. “It’s time to celebrate the “Wakullaphant” (Manatees at Wakulla Springs)! Meet at the Waterfront Visitors Center for a repeating program from 11:00-3:00 detailing the manatee’s natural history in the area and specifically at the park. Information about adopting a manatee will be available as well as some free materials to delight young people. Embark on a river boat cruise for the best potential to see the “sea elephants”. The gift shop will offer 20% off manatee merchandise (get an early Christmas present) while the soda fountain and restaurant join in the celebration with a confection and menu item in honor of the sirenians. ” 11am/free with park admission Growler Country: Tallahassee Brew Bus: Tour de Tally Breweries! : Lake Tribe, Deep and Proof! “Rather than hitting ONE tailgate before the Nov. 2 Florida State-Miami game, why not hit THREE area craft breweries instead? ” Details here. 11:30am Jan’s Gallery: Caribbean Candy. “This session includes simplified ways to make two types of Caribbean Candies: T & T Tamarind Balls & St. Lucian Tablet! We handcraft Caribbean faves that can be made in a few ways; yet, our methods will simplify your meal plans. Our class format includes learning by doing; you will get your hands messy! All are welcome to lunch and learn how to create some of our fave comfort foods! We will conclude by munching together. ” 11am The Grove Museum: Backyard Discovery: Florida Rocks! “Backyard Discovery connects you to the natural and cultural history of the site through hands-on science activities. November's program is all about geology! Come explore the FGS mobile lab and participate in activities lead by The Grove Museum's site Naturalist. Visitors will learn about local and regional geology, including how geological processes have created the Floridan Aquifer. This program is designed for families with elementary and middle school aged children, but all are welcome to participate. Be prepared to be outdoors, wear closed-toed shoes, and bring along sunscreen and bug spray. ” 1pm/free/open to the public Landis Green: CDU Presents Dia De Los Muertos. “Come celebrate and learn about Dia de los Muertos, the traditional Mexican holiday where friends and family come together to remember those who have passed by honoring and celebrating them. Join Club Downunder, the Hispanic Latino Student Association and the Mexican American Student Association on Landis Green to learn about ofrendas, paint ceramic sugar skulls, eat delicious food (like the traditional sweet bread concha), and dance the night away! ” 7pm/free Blue Tavern: Bakan-Detweiler-Hall Trio. 8pm Terror of Tallahassee: Lights Out Night. “This event is only held once a year. Make your way through the haunt with only a 2-inch glowstick, with only darkness to greet you. Will you survive? ” 8pm Cross-Cultural Coalition, RR Sq: Jazz with Jianni!. 8pm/$5 Fifth & Thomas: Blues Factor Band. 8pm/free/21+ Junction @ Monroe: Mr. Perfect. “Drew Tillman, Steve Taff, Randy Barnhill, and Perry Nelson. Original music with the drive of rock & roll! ” 8pm/$10 Local 501: Techno. 9pm/$5 Bird’s: Cannibal: The Musical! A Trash Cinema Event! “Hey Gang, prepare yourselves for a Shpadoinkle Day as Trash Cinema Night at Bird's Aphrodisiac Oyster Shack presents a very special screening of Cannibal: The Musical. a film which recounts the horrific, tragic true story of Alfred Packer, the "Colorado Cannibal" who confessed to cannibalism during the winter of 1874 when a prospecting expedition he was guiding got hopelessly lost. Naturally, Trey Parker and Matt Stone turned this nightmarish event into a hysterical black comedy with fantastically out of place cheerful musical numbers complete with dance numbers. ” 9pm Bradfordville Blues Club: Unkle Dirty and Lil’ Lin with The Rev. Billy C. Wirtz. 9pm The Moon: DJ Demp & The Wolfpack Present Trick Daddy Performing Live, FSU Vs UM Afterparty. 10pm SUNDAY, 11/3 LeRoy Collins Library: NaNoWriMo Come Write-In. (Every Sunday in November) “November is National Novel Writing Month. Meet other writers, enjoy free wifi and computers, and make your 50, 000 word count throughout the month of November! ” 1:45pm-5pm My Favorite Books: Drag Queen Story Hour. “Join us for our next Drag Queen Story Hour on Sunday, November 3rd at 2pm at My Favorite Books! Local drag queens Hedone LaVey, Princess Diana, Aphrodite, and Gypsy Million will be hosting story time and reading LGBTQ positive picture books. All ages are welcome, and we’ll have some of those LGBTQ pictures books available for purchase after the event! Drag Queen Story Hour (DQSH) is just what it sounds like—drag queens reading stories to children in libraries, schools, and bookstores. DQSH captures the imagination and play of the gender fluidity of childhood and gives kids glamorous, positive, and unabashedly queer role models. In spaces like this, kids are able to see people who defy rigid gender restrictions and imagine a world where people can present as they wish, where dress up is real. ” 2pm Cap City Video Lounge: Trivia and a Movie Presents Long Kiss Goodnight! “Geena Davis as an amnesiac assassin who's settled into a quiet suburban life remembers her past and goes COMPLETELY BADASS with Samuel L Jackson as her sidekick. Die screaming motherfucker. Watch the movie, play trivia about it. ” 4:30pm/$5 per player/byob alcohol Lewis Park (Park Ave): Samhain Public Ritual And Labyrinth. “Come honor your ancestors and your sacred dead. Bring bio-degradable offerings to leave for your ancestors. Please bring a sweet to share with your friends, neighbors and community. ” 6:45pm Junction @ Monroe: Clyde Ramsey Birthday Bash with Brett Waters & The Pool Boys. 7pm/free/all ages The Moon: Mayday Parade, Anywhere But Here Anniversary Show. 7pm/$30 MONDAY, 11/4 926: Chris Kattan (from SNL). “Chris Kattan, best known as one of the longest serving cast members on NBC’s ‘Saturday Night Live", with characters like ‘Mango, ’ and ‘Mr Peepers, ’ and from starring in films like "Night at the Roxbury" and "Corky Romano" comes to Tallahassee for a night of stand-up comedy along with locals SCOTT PEAVY, HEATHER GOODE, and TEKK JOHNSON! ” 7pm/$25 TUESDAY, 11/5 My Favorite Books: Open Mic Night with Michael Rothenberg. “We welcome you to come on Tuesday, November 5th for our Open Mic Night at 7:00 PM! Sign up on arrival for a ten-minute spot to share your original poetry, prose, or story—you can even bring a selection from your favorite poet/author! So, come on over—share your words, meet local poets, and make some new friends! ” 7pm Blue Tavern: 1st Tuesday Jazz Sessions with Bob Dogan Trio. 8pm The Bark: CDU Presents: Dan Deacon. 9:30pm/$10 GP, free FSU/18+ WEDNESDAY, 11/6 The Grove Museum: Handmade History: Women in the Arts. “We will be joined by special guests from the community who will help lead the group discussion: Dr. Yolanda J. Franklin, Visiting Assistant Professor of English at FAMU; Kathleen Spehar, Executive Director of the Council on Culture and Arts; and Aja Roache, Director of the Foster-Tanner Fine Arts Galley at FAMU. ” 5:30pm/$5/18+ Cap City Video Lounge: Freaks & The Funhouse. “Come on out and join us for two legendary horror films that transpire under the big top and in the darkest, creepiest corners of the fair. It will be a night to dismember as we watch some cautionary tales and get ready for an affair of adventure and intrigue at The North Florida Fair 2019! ” 7:30pm Proof: Trivia With Hank, Spooky Style. “We're going to do that Halloween thing! Get on your costume and come get started with spooky trivia and extra points for costumes! ” 7:30pm/21+/free to play Blue Tavern: Lauren Anderson. 8pm/$13 RR Sq Craft House: Craft HOUSE Popup V2. 8pm THURSDAY, 11/7 Woodville Branch Library: Guardians of the Galaxy Escape Room. 11am/10+ Tallahassee Junior Museum: The Museum Files -Crime Scene and Forensics Realities. “In this multi-part series, the Tallahassee Museum presents The Museum Files—lectures in criminal justice, forensics, behavioral profiling, police investigation, myths, legends, and unsolved crimes. ” 5pm/18+ Midtown Reader: November Story Slam: "Gather". “Midtown Reader's Story Slam series is an opportunity for local writers to share their work with our community of Tallahassee writers and readers. ” 6pm Junction @ Monroe: FSU Rock Ensemble Concert: 50th Anniversary of Woodstock. “Please join us for FSU Rock Ensemble's celebration of the historic Woodstock Concert, which took place in August 1969, FIFTY years ago! We will be playing many of the tunes from various artists' sets, from Santana to Jimi Hendrix, Creedence Clearwater Revival to The Who. Hope to see you there! ” 7pm Goodwood: A Night at the Cottage. “Hispanic Night at the Cottage will be a wonderful cultural event of live music, poetry, refreshments, and the centerpiece of the event: a monologue from the great Spanish playwright Paloma Pedrero, "From Mary to Mary. " November 7th and 8th performances presented in English, November 10th performance presented entirely in Spanish! ” 7pm Cap City Video Lounge: Giant Spider Invasion & Soultaker: MST3K Thursday! 7:30pm Blue Tavern: Bagels & Biscuits. 8pm/$2 RR Sq Craft House: La Noche. “We’re taking you South of the Border. Bringing the best Latin and Caribbean Music. ” 8pm/$5 Union Ballrooms: CDU Presents An Evening with Chella Man. 8:30pm/free/18+ The Bark: Hit Like A Girl, Nervous Dater w/ winded, Camp Green Lake, Dorms. 8:30pm/$5/all ages FRIDAY, 11/8 Goodwood: A Night at the Cottage. " November 7th and 8th performances presented in English, November 10th performance presented entirely in Spanish! ” 7pm Tallahassee Junior Museum: Like Totally 80s - Zoobilee 2019. “Join us for the Museum’s totally tubular annual “fun” raiser, Zoobilee! Featuring LIVE MUSIC with one of the Southeast’s hottest traveling bands, Red Shirt Freshmen, DELICIOUS EATS from top-rated local restaurants and an OPEN BAR! Dress radically for the most righteous night! Proceeds from Zoobilee support the Museum’s education, preservation, and conservation services to our community. ” 7pm/$50/21+ Fifth & Thomas: Phillip Solomon Stewart & The Palace Band. 7pm/free/21+ Lee Hall Auditorium: Airmen of Note. “The Airmen of Note is the premier jazz ensemble of the United States Air Force. Created in 1950 to continue the tradition of Major Glenn Miller's Army Air Corps dance band, the current band consists of 18 active duty Airman musicians, including one vocalist, and is stationed in Washington, D. C. ” 7:30pm/free/all ages Junction @ Monroe: Thousand Dollar Hen w/Matthew Fowler and Horace Holloway. 8pm/$10/all ages Blue Tavern: Jon Shain. 8pm/$5 The Wilbury: Zach Deputy, Slow Low Crow, The Feeling Ecstatic. 8:30pm/$20/18+ Island Wings: Southern Latitude Band. 9pm Bradfordville Blues Club: Liz Mandeville. 9pm SATURDAY, 11/9 Dorothy B Oven Park: Arts & Crafts in the Park, Fall & Christmas. “Arts & Crafts Show & Sale. All local handmade arts & crafts and jellies, etc. ” 8:30am-2:30pm Proof: Gains In the Garden. “A one hour unisex full body workout. Includes one Proof core pint after the workout! This workout is appropriate for all skill levels and will be led by two of Seriously Strong Training’s certified strength coaches. A release waiver will be provided (that you must sign) at the start of the event. ” 11am Gaines Street: Gaines Street Fest 2019! 2pm, see details at top of this listing The Grove Museum: Director's Tour: Native American Heritage Month. “Led by the Executive Director, this program series consists of in-depth guided tours of the museum and conversation with attendees about topics in American history and historic preservation. On November 9, 2019, the program focuses on Native American history at The Grove and in the Red Hills Region, from Florida’s colonial period through the modern era. ” 2:30pm/free/open to the public Cap City Video Lounge: Godzilla Showa-Era Veterans Day Weekend Marathon. “In the year 1954, a towering creature emerged from the sea with an appetite for destruction and means to deliver. This beast from the darkest depths of the ocean, with breath of fire and an unearthly roar, would become a worldwide sensation and an icon of cinema. The King of the Monsters is, of course, Godzilla (Gojira). During the fifteen films strong Showa-Era Godzilla films, we watched Godzilla transform from humanities annihilator and symbol of the ravages of nuclear war, to the planet's strongest defender. ” Movie schedule here. 3pm-Midnight Blue Tavern: Second Saturdays: Old Time Jam at the Tavern. 4pm/free/all welcome Anhinga Press: Anhinga Press 45th Anniversary Party. “Please come join us for a party to celebrate 45 years of poetry! We will have a reading from our new anniversary poetry chapbook, SNAKEBIRD 2019, dedicated to publishing poets of the Big Bend region with a focus on Tallahassee, the home of Anhinga Press. ” 4pm Wakulla Springs: Evening Cruise & Dinner. “Enjoy an early evening cruise on the scenic Wakulla River followed by the culinary delights of a dinner buffet in the historic Lodge at Wakulla Springs. Please call 850-421-2000 to pay for your reservations for this exceptional entertainment value. ” 4:30pm-8pm/$29. 00 per person. (Tax, Tip, and Beverages not included) United Church: Vegan Thanksgiving Community Potluck. “Join TalVeg for the 9th annual Vegan Thanksgiving Community Potluck! This is our biggest, most delicious potluck of the year! Come try a huge variety of amazing vegan food and meet great people. *Please bring a vegan dish or beverage to share (no meat, dairy, eggs, gelatin or honey). *Please bring a plate, cup and utensils. *No alcohol. *Feel free to bring copies of your recipe to share. *Voluntary donations would be appreciated though certainly not required to cover the rental fee ($3 per person or $5 per family suggested). ” 5pm Cascades Park: Sundown Series: Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears w/ Pat Puckett. 7pm Warrior on the River: The Dude Ranch a Blink 182 Tribute. 7pm Fifth & Thomas: Chris Knight / Caleb McLeod And The Constant. 7pm/$30/21+ Blue Tavern: Scott Ainslie, Slide Blues World Class Picker. 8pm/$10 Crum Box Gastgarden: Comedians Against Cards Against Humanity. “Come out to The Crum Box Gastgarden and join us in playing Cards Against Humanity (CAH)! In a combination of CAH and comedy, local comedians will be reading, joking about, and scoring each team's card submission, with prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place! This is an absolute blast and you don't want to miss it! ” 9pm Bradfordville Blues Club: 21 Blue featuring Longineu Parsons & Ted Shumate. 9pm The Wilbury: CDU Presents This Will Destroy You. 8:30pm/$15 GP/18+ Railroad Sq Craft House: Casey Mitchell. 8:30pm Jan’s Gallery: Second Saturday Jazz. “Come hear Lili Forbes and her friends in Soul Collective create harmonious jazz melodies and scatting. ” 9pm/$5 The Moon: Trap Karaoke. “Assemble your squadron! TRAP Karaoke puts fans at the center of the concert experience by bringing them closer to the artists and music they love. TRAP Karaoke is about personal empowerment, cultural participation, cherished moments, community, and creating a safe space for human connection. We still have slots open. Sign up instructions will be provided via email the day of the show. 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Hermosa historia. Los leones del norte corridos. Eso les pasa cobras malparidas el que escupe para arriba en la cara le cae. Los lones group. Los leones 2. Ozuna y Clarissa❤🥇. Creo que si estos leones vieran este documental, no pelearían más... 😂🤣. A Denisse Debería de darle un protagonismo en la película ya que se vez mejor que todas 🙇🏻‍♂️💕. User Score Overview Documentary directed by Andre Lage Featured Crew Andre Lage Director You need to be logged in to continue. Click here to login or here to sign up. Global s focus the search bar p open profile menu esc close an open window? open keyboard shortcut window On media pages b go back (or to parent when applicable) e go to edit page On TV season pages → (right arrow) go to next season ← (left arrow) go to previous season On TV episode pages → (right arrow) go to next episode ← (left arrow) go to previous episode On all image pages a open add image window On all edit pages t open translation selector ctrl + s submit form On discussion pages n create new discussion w toggle watching status p toggle public/private c toggle close/open a open activity r reply to discussion l go to last reply ctrl + enter submit your message → (right arrow) next page ← (left arrow) previous page.

Esto deberia ir al Netflix jajaja 😂😂. Supop boss. Los Leones del Ring (1974) Directed by Chano Urueta Genres - Adventure   | Run Time - 83 min.   | MPAA Rating - NR AllMovie Rating User Ratings ( 0) Your Rating Overview ↓ Cast & Crew Releases Related Synopsis by Perry Seibert One of the many adventures featuring masked superhero El Santo, Los Leones del Ring finds our hero attempting to protect his family from a group of bad guys attempting to swindle an inheritance by claiming to be in contact with deceased family members. Lo que más me gusta, es como el propio arbitro, anima a los jugadores a que sigan, que jueguen, sin faltas, etc... Eso es pasión. Pubg los leones. Los leones pr. So, everybody doing okay? Staying warm and all that? Anything extra fun going on? Tally’s Independent Cinema and Theater Offerings: Cap City Video Lounge: “Tallahassee Florida's premiere cult cinematic theater and movie rental store. Many free showings in their small theater of movies from Lord of the Rings and Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure to the best/worst in B-rated horror. Super fun small theater. You can even rent it and have a film fest of your own! ” All Saints Cinema: “The Tallahassee Film Society was formed for the purpose of bringing foreign and American independent films to the Tallahassee area. ” Monticello Opera House: “A historic theater in Monticello featuring musical performances and local theater. ” Quincy Musical Theater: “Quincy Music Theatre is North Florida’s largest and only all-musical community theater. ” Ruby Diamond Auditorium: “The primary performance venue for Florida State University. ” Student Life Cinema: “Florida State University's Student Life Cinema (located in the Askew Student Life Center) is one of the nation's leading campus film programs, featuring five to six nights a week of everything from the most recent blockbuster movies to documentaries, alternative and foreign films, to restored cinema classics. ” General Public permitted. Theatre Tallahassee: “Serving the community since 1949, Theatre Tallahassee has been a leader in professional-caliber community theater featuring your friends and neighbors. ” Young Actors Theater: “YAT is a non-profit youth theatre and school for the performing arts founded in 1975. YAT provides quality theatre and theatre education to the community. ” ALSO: Breakout Games is new and does that escape-a-locked-room thing with multiple theme options. Good for fun times with friends, team building exercises with coworkers. Joyride Bicycle Collective offers various fun bike riding options, usually accessible for all levels of ability. Gulf Winds Track Club lists many if not most of the area races, so go pound some sand. TUESDAY 1/30 Corner of Georgia & Macomb: Frenchtown Farmers’ Market. “Find your favorite local goodies now on Tuesdays! Join us at Frenchtown Farmers Market for all-local produce, eggs, gourmet jelly, and more. The market opens at 3pm and we're here unitl 7pm, so come after you pick the kids up from school or on your way home from work. We can double SNAP benefits through the Fresh Access Bucks program. Our farmers accept WIC and Senior farmers market nutrition program coupons. ” 3pm-7pm. Junction @ Monroe: Live Rehearsal Tuesdays. “Tuesdays are Live Rehearsals at J@M. Sponsored by the Tallahassee Area Musicians Guild. Utilize our complete backline and PA for rehearsals, jams, or hold auditions. Up to one hour slots (or more depending on number of signups) per artist/group. ” 4pm Madison Social: Trivia Social. They do half and half theme and miscellaneous, so check their FB every week for an event page. 7pm Brass Tap in Midtown: Trivia. Check their FB page for the theme. 7pm Bird’s Oyster Shack: Trivia With John Carpenter. Lively and fun. 7:30pm GrassLands Brewing Company: Trivia Factory. 7:30pm Midtown Pies: Bar Trivia With Hank. 50 questions of sweet, sweet trivia. Food! Beer! Something random in a bag! 8pm/free Blue Tavern: Roda Vibe. “FSU musicians and others join to create a fun musical event that everyone can enjoy. In Portuguese, Roda is pronounced "Hoda. " If it doesn't make you want to dance, check your pulse. ” 8pm/free Fire Bettys: Now That's What I Call Tuesday! Dance Party. 8pm Fourth Quarter: Trivia With Professor Jim. AUCE wings. Truly a trivia favorite. 8pm Krewe de Gras: Karaoke With Pete. 8:30pm Brass Tap on Gaines: Karaoke with DJRah. 9pm 926 Bar & Grill: Trivia Tuesday! 9:30pm Applebee’s on the Parkway: Karaoke with Amanda Goram. 10pm Pockets Pool: Karaoke with Dwight. 10pm/21+ Cap City Video Lounge: Trash Cinema Tuesday featuring Troll 2 & Best Worst Movie. 7:30pm WEDNESDAY 1/31 Bird's Oyster Shack: Lab Sessions with Jim Crozier featuring Garnet and Soul with Mary Ann Hoffman, Don Fortner and Lyndon Thacker. 6pm Fermentation Lounge: Trivia. 7pm Brass Tap on Gaines: Trivia. 7pm Hurricane Grill & Wings: Trivia With Greg. 7pm Burrito Boarder: Dungeons & Dragons. “Different adventures every week. Beginners welcome. ” 7pm GrassLands Brewing Company: BYOBG! Bring Your Own Board Game. “Our gracious host, Trevor Bond, will be featuring one game each week. Feel free to bring your own games to play & share. ” 7pm/21+ Junction @ Monroe: Bike Night, Bingo, and Karaoke. 7pm Hobbit (P’Cola): Trivia Factory. “General Knowledge, 20 questions + Wager Final. $25/$20/$15. ” 7:30pm Proof: Bar Trivia With Hank. “Drink delicious brews and show off all those random factoids you thought you’d never use. Local beer, local trivia in the heart of Tally’s Art District. They now have the MoBi food truck every week! Bar tab for 1st and 2nd place teams. ” 7:30pm/21+/no cover The Warehouse: Open Mic. “There is a lottery for time slots. Now smoke free! ” 8pm Island Wings: Wine Down Wednesday featuring Steve Johnson. 8pm Finnegan’s Wake: Waxy Wednesdays. “Feelin' waxy, Tallahassee? That's probably just because it's Wednesday. At Finnegan's Wake, Waxy Wednesday means DJ Ryze will be hitting our floor again to spin some vinyl and get your feet moving tonight. Feeling a bit sour, girls? Not to worry- we'll also have some fantastic $5 drink specials going for all those Tallahassee ladies looking for a bit of fun. Come out and help us get the party started! ” 8pm The Skybox (Crawfordville): Karaoke with Mark. 9pm Krewe de Gras: DÉJÀ VU Latin Wednesdays. “FREE Salsa/Mambo classes by Barry C. Williams. The duration of the class is 9-10 and having a partner is not necessary. If you've never danced Salsa/Mambo before then don't worry about it. The classes are made to be easy and fun so you can come learn some moves and then stay and dance until 2am to the sounds of DJ Jimmy Suave. ” 9pm Just One More: Karaoke with Roger. 9pm Corner Pocket: Karaoke. 9pm Bird’s: Comedy Night. I’m pretty sure this is both a performance and an open mic. 9:30pm/free The Bark on All Saints: Karaoke with Nathan. “Nathan has all the songs you could ever want, The Bark is a great space, and there’s a very friendly crowd. If you’re not really into the fratty or country karaoke scene, this may be your spot. They have mixed drinks, bountiful beer options, and amazing vegan/vegetarian food until 2 am – and I say that as a staunch omnivore. ” 9:30pm 926: Women Crush Wednesday. “Welcome Home again Ladies! Located in the Herstoric Brothers Nightclub Venue (later known as Pug Mahone's & Pug's Live), Woman Crush Wednesday, our newest weekly LGBTQ+ event, is going on THIS Wednesday at 926! Social Hour to start at 5pm with our regular Happy Hour Specials followed by Dance Music Clubside at 10pm with DJ Garion Djgg Grant. And show at Midnight! Join us for dinner and cocktails from our fabulous Menu with original items direct from our Head Chef Kyle and drinks from our amazing Bartender Rebecca! Come join us for the newest Ladies' Night in Tallahassee! The best new way to spend your Wednesday! ” 10pm/18+ The Moon: Tab Benoit with Brett Wellman and the Stone Cold Blues Band and The Young Bucks. 6:30pm/$15 Cap City Video Lounge: Student Wind Down Double featuring Drum Line and School Daze. 7:30pm Blue Tavern: Los Soneros del Barrio. 8pm/$2 Junction @ Monroe: Ladies Night with Music by The Brown Goose Unplugged. 8pm 926 Bar & Grill: Dragged Out Wednesday: Celeb Impersonations! “Who's your favorite celebrity? Want to see them on the stage? Well, kinda? Leave it to the Kingz Court Drag Kabaret to pull out some surprises dazzle you with their favorite Celebrity Impersonations. Then join us for our Mid-week Dance Party with music with DJ Double G and DJ Izzy B Isabella Berrios from 10:00 pm til 2:00am with a show by the KingzKru at Midnight. ” 10pm THURSDAY 2/1 The Southern Pub: Trivia Night. 5:30pm Lake Ella Area: Food Truck Thursday featuring Just Chameleons. 6pm Beef O’Brady’s: AJ Johnson Trivia. 6:30pm Hurricane: Ballistic Bingo. 7pm Growler Country: Singo Night! Music Bingo has arrived! “Challenge Entertainment will be hosting this new and unique game of Bingo where a song is played and you match that to your bingo card, instead of a number. We are the only place in town right now to play this new game, so come in and win prizes with every round won! ” 7pm Skybox: $10 Cornhole Tourney. 7:30pm La Fiesta: Trivia. 7:30pm Junction @ Monroe: Karaoke and Dance Party. 8pm Warhorse: Bar Trivia With Hank. “5 rounds, 50 questions. A little bit silly, a little bit serious. Hank writes the questions, you win the pizza. ” 8pm Dux (Crawfordville): Karaoke with Big Bob. $25 bar tab given away every week. 8:30pm-12:30pm Midtown Caboose: Trivia Factory. $35/$25/$15, and Best Team Name gets a round of shots. ” 8pm Island Wings: Bike Night with Flasks of Whiskey. “A night dedicated just to you! We have a special menu just for those who ride their motorcycles to the restaurant, there is designated up front parking for your bikes, and live music on the patio from 8pm-11pm. There's no better place to eat, hang out with your friends, and show off your ride. ” 8pm Unique Wonders: Live Comedy with Big Hou! 8:30pm/$5 Junction @ Monroe: Comedy Zone: Frank Del Pizzo & Mark Evans. 9pm Pockets: Karaoke Dance Party with Keith Welch. 9pm/21+ Brass Tap Midtown: Karaoke with DJ Rah. 9pm-Midnight Applebees on Cap Cir: Karaoke with Amanda Goram. 10pm Birds: Karaoke with Nathan. All the songs. $1 Pabst drafts. 10pm Midtown Reader: February Story Slam - "Love and Loss" Theme. 6pm LeRoy Collins Library: Special Guest Speaker Ellie Krug presents "Human is Human". “PFLAG Tallahassee, in conjunction with the Tallahassee chapter of TransParent USA, hosts Ellie Krug. Ellen (Ellie) Krug (pronounced “Kroog”), while an Iowa civil trial attorney with 100+ trials, transitioned from male to female in 2009. She later became one of the few attorneys nationally to try jury cases in separate genders. From 2011 to 2016, she served as the executive director of Call for Justice, LLC, a Minneapolis legal nonprofit that was conferred an American Bar Association award for innovatively increasing legal access. ” 6pm LeRoy Collins Library: Harry Potter Book Night. “Calling wizards, squibs, and muggles of all ages to enjoy a celebration based on the Fantastic Beasts of J. K. Rowling’s wizard world at Harry Potter Book Night on Thursday, February 1, 2018. Participate in a photo op, scavenger hunt, games, and other activities while enjoying Butter Beer. ” 6:30pm Backwoods Bistro: Dienger's Dinner Party. 7pm Cap City Video Lounge: MST3K Thursday. 7:30pm 7th Hill: Painted Lady Acoustic set. 8pm Blue Tavern: Brock Zeman. 8pm/$2 926 Bar and Grill: Bass Parade: WOOK Romance | ft. Drewlface & Fiercekind. 9pm The Bark: Do Nothing Cassette Release Show! Featuring Handmade, Amigo / Junior College Honor Roll / Seattle Fucking Supersonics. 9pm/$5 FRIDAY 2/2 926 Lounge: The Friday Night Party. “Tallahassee's premier LGBTQA dance party night is back again! Pregame with Tom in the pub during happy hour from 4PM-9PM. The dance floor kicks into full gear at 10PM so you can rage to your faves as DJ Carben and DJ Brian Gladden keep you dancing all night. The Drag Show starts at midnight when the 926 Ladies join our hostess Sassy Black on the stage to entertain. It's a show you definitely don't want to miss, so arrive early to get a good seat! ” 4pm Fifth & Thomas: Backstage Garden Happy Hour with the Pre-Show Party w/ Grant Peeple. 5pm-8pm Hobbit South: Karaoke. 8pm Leggetts: Karaoke with Paul. 8:30pm Just One More: Karaoke with Roger. 9pm Island Wing Company: Friday Night Unwind. “End your work week on the island with live music on the patio at 9pm. Come enjoy some great food, drinks with your friends, and unwind. ” 9pm Stetsons @ The Moon: Karaoke with Devin Cywinski. 10pm/$5/18+ Geo's Pub & Pool (both locations): Karaoke. 10pm-1am Leon High: Leon High School Volleyball Boston Butt & Rib Fundraiser. 4pm Flippin Great Pinball: $5 First Friday! “Five dollars gets you unlimited gaming on our 35 pinball and arcade games from 4pm to midnight! ” 4pm The Wine House on Market Square: Wine & All that Jazzetcetera! “Performing jazz influenced by bossa nova, tango, gypsy, pop, rock, new age, swing, and blues styles, Richard Bertram, saxes/clarinet/bass, Michael Blizzard, flute/piano, Stan Rosenthal, guitars, Pam Ryan, viola, wlll get The House buzzing! ” 6:30pm/$5 The Plant: Marigold Day's - Conversations of Change Continue. “Indaba Theatre engages in interactive performances using Theatre of the Oppressed or Forum Theatre techniques; which allow audience members also known as “spectactors” to participate in performances to show how they would embody change live onstage with the actors. By participating in the performance role-play and the subsequent dialogue, audience members leave the event feeling empowered to bring about change in their immediate circle of influence. ” 7pm/$5 Cap City Video Lounge. 7:30pm Turner Auditorium: The Reduced Shakespeare Company. “In this “tale told by idiots, ” the The Reduced Shakespeare Company weaves all of The Bard’s famous characters, greatest lines and magnificent speeches into a brand new Shakespearean smorgasbord that erupts when Puck & Ariel hijack the plot of "Comedy of Errors. " Every famous character and Shakespearean plot device come together in a single story so comically outrageous it’s no wonder the Bard of Avon hid it away. "William Shakespeare’s Long Lost First Play (abridged)" is a comic misadventure that will feel strangely familiar yet excitingly new. ” 7pm Proof: Sage Monkey. 8pm/21+ Island Wings: Southern Latitude Band. 8pm Blue Tavern: Frank Lee & Allie Burbrink. 8pm/$5 Backwoods Bistro: Free Wheelin'. 8pm Junction @ Monroe: HJ Kuntry Dixie Phonics Music Review. 8pm Club Downunder: Standup Downunder: Open Mic Night. “Union Productions is pleased to announce that our monthly comedy open mic night, Standup Downunder, will be on Friday, February 2nd at Club Downunder! This is our second show of 2018 in our local comedy series! Come relax and experience the comedy of local students and community members alike. If you have ever wanted to try comedy yourself, you can sign up the day of the event at 9pm (30min after doors open). We have 20 slots, first come first serve! ” 8:30pm/18+/$5 Fifth & Thomas: Elizabeth Cook with Darrin Bradbury. 8:30pm/$18/21+ The Bark: Sinkwell, Paperback, R-Dent, & Andrew Vinson. 8:30pm/$5 The Wilbury: Ecology & Dynamo. 9pm Bradfordville Blues Club: The Randall Bramblett Band. 9pm/$30 Krewe de Gras: Top Shelf Band. 9pm 621 Gallery: Laptop Sockhop. “Free local experimental electronic music after First Fridays! ” 9:30pm SATURDAY 2/3 Corner of Georgia & Macomb: Frenchtown Farmers’ Market. “Find your favorite local goodies! Join us at Frenchtown Farmers Market for all-local produce, eggs, gourmet jelly, and more. ” 10am – 2pm. Gamescape: Game Tally Saturday Board Gaming. “Meeting weekly in Tallahassee, Florida, we seek to promote and offer public opportunities to learn new games and make new friends in a relaxed, fun environment. ” Noon Salty Dawg: Karaoke with Paul. Family friendly! 8pm Leggetts: Karaoke with Cowboy Chris. 9pm The Skybox (Crawfordville): Karaoke with Mark. 9pm El Patron: Pasion Latina. Bachata, Merengue, Salsa, Reggaeton. 9pm 926 Lounge: Sanctuary: Tallahassee’s Longest Running Goth Night. 10pm/$5/18+ Kleman Plaza: WFSU's Be My Neighbor Day 2018. “For our 2018 plans, the Neighborhood will be taking over Downtown Tallahassee! We’ll bring back the Neighborhood Passports and have activities and vendors set up across several key locations including Kleman Plaza and Cascades Park. Families will take the one of 3 City of Tallahassee trolleys throughout our downtown Neighborhood, meeting Daniel Tiger and Katarina Kittycat along the way! We'll also be collecting sweaters for a Fred Rogers Sweater Drive, so please bring any unwanted sweaters to donate to local neighbors in need! ” 10am-2pm/all ages/free Challenger Learning Center: Free Planetarium Show - "February Skies Over Tallahassee". “The constellations Canis Major, Canis Minor and Gemini will be highlighted for Learning Constellations. The stellar nursery Orion Nebula, the brightest emission nebula in the sky, is the Binocular Object-of-the-Month. The Messier Object-of-the-Month is the reflection nebula M78, which is also located in the constellation Orion. Audience interaction includes holds for audience questions and a sky test to see what you learned. The Learning Astronomy Topic-of-the-Month is “Astrology is Bad Astronomy”. ” 10am 4312 Carnwath Rd: Tallahassee Ninja Warrior Training Open Day. “Everyone is welcome. ” 11am-4pm Carnaghi Arts Building: Zine Workshop/Open Studio ft. Kelly Hendrickson + Colleen Itani. “Free and open to those who want to make zines. Learn the "3 minute zine" technique. ” 11am Cap City Video Lounge: Saturday Marathon. Noon The Grove Museum: Director's Tour - African American History. “Led by the Executive Director, this program series consists of in-depth guided tours of the museum and conversation with attendees about topics in American history and historic preservation. For February, the program focuses on African American history at The Grove and in the Red Hills Region, from Florida’s colonial period through the modern era. ” 2:30pm/free Royal Thai and Sushi: Royal Thai 3rd Anniversary. “Celebrate our 3rd anniversary, combining of Tally Thai, and our very special Chef Kresna's birthday with FREE CRAB RANGOON OR SPRING ROLL!! Come hang out with us and indulge in our tasty sushi or Thai food while sipping on our new cold Plum Sake or traditional hot sake. ” 5pm The Moon: Combat Night 86. “Combat Night began 6 years ago at the Moon nightclub in Tallahassee, FL. We have put together over 85 amateur events and provided opportunities for over 1, 300 fighters in that time. It is with great pride that we come back to Tallahassee for our to host our first amateur MMA event of the year. ” 5pm/$25 Monticello Opera House: 2nd Annual Irish Festival featuring Celtic roots band, Runa. “The Monticello Opera House will sponsor the 2nd annual Irish Festival on February 3, 2018. This year includes an afternoon of family-friendly performances from the Irish Repertory Theater, the Tallahassee Irish Step Dancers, and the FSU Irish Ensemble. The Opera House will offer a delicious Irish dinner of corned beef and cabbage catered by Carrie Ann and Company. The featured evening performance will include the return of the award winning, internationally acclaimed Celtic roots band, Runa. Discounted, full day, festival passes available! The kids will love the performances of Irish folk tales, so bring the whole family and enjoy the day at the Opera House. ” 5pm Fifth & Thomas Backstage: Garden Preshow Party w/ Cory Johnson. 6pm Old Willis Dairy: Concert at the Barn - ft. Lipbone Redding. 6pm/$25 Midtown Reader: Author Event - Terri Mashour with Backcountry Trails of Florida. 6pm Hurricane Grill & Wings: Midnight Caravan. 6pm Tallahassee Junior Museum: Night Prowl. “Enjoy a guided tour at the Tallahassee Museum and learn about the night life along the Florida Wildlife Trail. Your guide will provide an enjoyable experience as you spot the many nocturnal animals which call the Museum home. You will also have an opportunity to get close to one special night creature. ” 6pm/$12 The Wine House on Market Street: Boo Radley. 6:30pm Tallahassee Junior Museum: Night Flight. “Tree To Tree Adventures’ Night Flights are a very exciting way to experience the Soaring Cypress zip line course in the dark. Grab your headlamps and zip through the tree-tops while conquering aerial obstacles and soaring over the cypress swamp. ” 6:45pm Club Downunder: Hnsty. 7pm Backwoods Bistro: The Jerry Thigpen Trio. 7pm Turner Auditorium: The Reduced Shakespeare Company. ” 7pm Miccosukee Land Co-op Community Center: Belle and The Band. 7:30pm Fifth & Thomas: Martin Sexton w/ Chris Trapper. 8pm/$30/21+ Black Dog on the Square: The Scotty Barnhart Quartet. 8pm Blue Tavern: Longineu Parsons Quartet. 8pm The Wilbury: Specific Oceans Album Release. “Celebrate the release of Specific Oceans' debut album, A New Dimension. With special guests DJ Ryze and Sgt. Bear. ” 8:30pm The Bark: No Face/Street Rat/Blacksunblackmoon/Orphling/Deep Color. 9pm Indianhead Factory: Grid Squid (TX), ChannelPYRO, Artisan P. 9pm Bradfordville Blues Club: The Bruce Katz Band. 9pm/$30 SUNDAY 2/4 Gaines Street and Railroad Ave: The Souk! “Join us every Sunday afternoon for brunch, drinks, shopping, music, and local vendors! Vendors: set-up is always free and we would love to have you! Contact the Wilbury for a map of available set up areas. ” Noon Athena’s Garden: Herb Class. 2pm The Junction @ Monroe: Sunday Afternoon Bingo. “This isn't your grandma's bingo! We have a blast with some very cool folks. Cash prizes. ” 5pm Salty Dawg Pub & Deli: The Famous Acoustic Jam w/ Wayne, Glenn, and Bo. Open mic, free beer for performers. 6pm 926: Sunday Rewind. “Your favorite songs and videos are back again this Sunday at 926 with no cover before midnight!!! 926 is proud to present another addition of the Sunday Rewind - join us as we revisit some of the best music and videos from the last 40 years. Start your night with happy hour featuring Trivia Rewind with Erik from 7 to 9 in the pub. The club side opens up at 10 when DJ Matthew East and VJ Carben will be spinning all your favorite hits and videos from the 80s, 90s and 2000s even throwing in a few from the 70s as well. Rebecca and Branden will be serving up all your favorite drinks along with our amazing 926 food. ” 7pm/No cover if you are in line before 12. After 12, cover is just $5 for 18+ Bird’s: Sunday Funnies Comedy Show. 7:30pm/free Birds: Sunday Night Tea Drag Show. 10pm/$5 Tallahassee Junior Museum: Hot Pepper Jelly Workshop. “Preserve the fall harvest of peppers and be prepared with gifts for the holiday season. Learn to make hot pepper jelly. Participants will make jelly, learn safe boiling-water bath canning, and take home the recipe and a sample jar. ” 1pm/$15 GrassLands: Super Bowl, Beer, Oysters & Tacos! “We'll be showing the big game on all available TVs in the taproom plus on the big screen on the patio! The watching party is made that much cooler by our amazing partners: Alligator Harbor Oysters, Rankin Tacos, Tallahassee Beer Society and Second Harvest of the Big Bend! Alligator Harbor is the area's newest oyster farm and they're going to be onsite, saying hello and performing a live shucking with free oysters! Not to be outdone, we'll be joined by Rankin Tacos who'll be slingin' some amazing TexMex dishes! Next, the Tallahassee Beer Society guys & gals will be here promoting, you guessed it, Tallahassee Beer! Last but not least, we're partnering with the amazing folks at Second Harvest of the Big Bend who'll be here helping build awareness about their mission to end hunger in the Florida Panhandle. This is also a canned food drive! It's simple: bring in a non-perishable canned food item and get your name entered for a variety of door prizes (AKA GrassLands/TLH Beer Society merch/swag + cool experiences like tour & tasting for 4, brewing with GrassLands, and more)! ” 4pm The Bark: BeelzeBubbaz Ossifer Darsombra. “Pre-SuperBowl afternoon show kicking off with Ossifer (a group of local musical legends! ), BeelzeBuubaz (members of DVC, Syrup and Cream Abdul Babar! ) and Darsombra (ex Meatjack- one of the best bands from the East Coast! )” 5pm/$5 MONDAY 2/5 Izzy Pub and Sushi: Quiz Night Presented by Bar Trivia With Hank. “5 rounds, 50 questions, from pop culture to serious subjects. Always a picture round and a sound round. Each question lovingly hand crafted by local artisans. (Hank. Hank is the artisan. ) Add in Izzy's delicious food and drink options and you've got a brand new way to start your week out right. ” 7pm Junction @ Monroe: Monday Night Bingo. “Good food, good drinks, good friends, and a chance to win some big cashola! It doesn't get any better than J@M. Every Monday from 7pm-9pm we've got cash payouts up to $250 per game with multiple games each night PLUS a 50/50 drawing each week benefitting the Tallahassee Area Musicians Guild. ” 7pm-9pm Lofty Pursuits: Game Night. 7pm Blue Tavern (N Monroe St): Lost Mondays hosted by Belmont & Jones. “Antique blues played acoustical. ” 8pm/$2 Waterworks: Patio Theater. 7:35pm/21+ Finnegan’s Irish Pub: Karaoke with DJ Paul Cornish and Hospitality Night. “If you're a hospitality worker, don't forget to bring your most recent paystub or work schedule to receive that sweet 25% discount! ” 10pm Capitol, 4th Floor Rotunda: Florida Poor People’s Campaign Unity Rally. “This event will be held in conjunction with 50 states running actions in state Capitol buildings around the country AND in conjunction with Rev. William Barber and Rev Liz Theoharris’s event in the Washington DC! It will be the kick off of the Florida Statewide Action Alliance and the initiating action for the Florida Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival This is a coalition and campaign effort uniting activist organizations, faith based communities and the arts in order to address systemic racism, poverty, the war economy and ecological devastation. ” 11:30am Cap City Video Lounge: Monday Mayhem. 7:30pm Ruby Diamond: Maceo Parker: To Ray with Love. “Maceo Parker, the legendary funk saxophonist, joins forces with the Ray Charles Orchestra and The Raelettes for a spectacular program honoring his hero, Ray Charles. ” 7:30pm Club Downunder: Dory's Jazz Club: Harold López-Nussa Trio. 8pm/$10/18+ TUESDAY 2/6 Corner of Georgia & Macomb: Frenchtown Farmers’ Market. The market opens at 3pm and we're here until 7pm, so come after you pick the kids up from school or on your way home from work. 10pm/21+ The Wine House on Market Street: Learn to Taste Like a Somm. “We'll discuss & learn the Court of Sommelier's deductive tasting method & of course, taste some amazing wines! $30 per person. Price includes 2 wine flights, wine instruction, and a tasting glass. Seating limited to 20 people. Cheese & Charcuterie provided. To register, call 850-893-2254 or email us at ” 6pm/$30 Cap City Video Lounge: Trash Cinema Tuesdays. 7:30pm Blue Tavern: Jessica Menke with Evan Hamrick. 8pm.

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(UPDATED: December 2, 2019 13:38 EST) December 4, 2019 (LIMITED) Branagh Theatre Live: The Winter's Tale (Trafalgar Releasing) (3h 0m) December 5, 2019 (LIMITED) Gundam 40th Anniversary Celebration: Chars Counterattack (Fathom Events) (2019/? /2h 15m/? /? ) Los Leones (Spanglish Movies) (2019/? /? m/Frank Perozo/Dominican Republic) December 6, 2019 (WIDE) Playmobil: The Movie (STX Entertainment) (2019/1h 39m/Lino DiSalvo/France-USA) Dark Waters (Focus Features) (2019/PG-13/2h 6m/Todd Haynes/USA) (LIMITED) Panipat (Reliance Entertainment) (2019/R/2h 45m/Ashutosh Gowariker/India) En Brazos de un Asesino (2019/R/? /Matías Moltrasio/Dominican Republic) Little Joe (Magnolia Pictures) (2019/? /1h 45m/Jessica Hausner/UK-Austria-Germany) Dark Light (Vertical Entertainment) (2019/? /1h 30m/Padraig Reynolds/USA) Portrait of a Lady on Fire (NEON) (2019/R/2h 1m/Céline Sciamma/France) The Aeronauts (Amazon Studios) (2019/PG-13/1h 40m/Tom Harper/UK-USA) Midnight (1091 Media) (1h 21m) December 8, 2019 (LIMITED) Les Misérables: The Staged Concert (Trafalgar Releasing) December 9, 2019 INXS: Baby Live at Wembly Stadium (Fathom Events) (2019/? /1h 34m/David Mallet/UK) December 13, 2019 (WIDE) Jumanji: The Next Level (Sony Pictures Releasing) (2019/PG-13/2h 3m/Jake Kasdan/USA) Richard Jewell (Warner Brothers) (2019/R/2h 9m/Clint Eastwood/USA) Black Christmas (Blumhouse/Universal) (2019/PG-13/1h 38m/Sophia Takal/New Zealand-USA) Bombshell (Lionsgate) (2019/R/1h 48m/Jay Roach/Canada-USA) (LIMITED) Uncut Gems (A24) (2019/R/2h 15m/Benny Safdie and Josh Safdie/USA) Mardaani 2 (2019/? /? m/Gopi Puthran/India) Cunningham (Magnolia Pictures) (2019/PG/1h 33m/Alla Kovgan/Germany-France-USA) Seberg (Amazon Studios) (2019/R/1h 36m/Benedict Andrews/UK-USA) A Hidden Life (Fox Searchlight) (2019/PG-13/2h 53m/Terrence Malick/Germany-USA) December 16, 2019 (LIMITED) Gorillaz: Reject False Icons (Trafalgar Releasing) (1hr 40min) December 20, 2019 (WIDE) Star Wars – Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker (LucasFilm/Disney) (2019/PG-13/2h 21m/J. J. Abrams/USA) Cats (Universal Pictures) (2019/? /? m/Tom Hooper/UK-USA) (LIMITED) Dabangg 3 (2019/? /2h 20m/Prabhu Deva/India) Only Cloud Knows (China Lion Film Distribution) (2019/? /? m/Xiaogang Feng/China) December 25, 2019 (WIDE) Spies in Disguise (Blue Sky/Fox/Disney) (2019/PG/1h 42m/Nick Bruno and Troy Quane/ Little Women (Sony Pictures Releasing) (2019/PG/2h 14m/Greta Gerwig/USA) Just Mercy (Warner Brothers) (2019/PG-13/2h 16m/Destin Daniel Cretton/USA) (LIMITED) 1917 (Universal Pictures) (2019/R/1h 59m/Sam Mendes/UK-USA) Yip Man 4 (Well Go USA Entertainment) (2019/? /1h 45m/Wilson Yip/Hong Kong) The Song of Names (Sony Pictures Classics) (2019/PG-13/1h 53m/François Girard/Canada-Hungary) December 27, 2019 (LIMITED) Clemency (NEON) (2019/R/1h 53m/Chinonye Chukwu/USA) 2020 Friday January 3rd, 2020 (WIDE) The Grudge (2020) (Columbia) (Nicolas Pesce) Friday January 10, 2020 (WIDE) 1917 (Universal Pictures) (2019/R/1h 59m/Sam Mendes/UK-USA Like A Boss (Paramount) (Miguel Arteta) Underwater (Fox/Disney) (William Eubank) The Informer (Aviron) (Andrea Di Stefano) Friday January 17th, 2020 (WIDE) The Voyage Of Doctor Dolittle (Universal) (Stephen Gaghan) Bad Boys 4 Life (Columbia) (Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah) Friday January 24th, 2020 (WIDE) The Last Full Measure (Roadside Attractions) (2019/? /1h 50m/War/Todd Robinson/USA) The Turning (Universal) (PG-13/Floria Sigismondi) Run (Lionsgate) (Aneesh Chaganty) The Gentlemen (STX Entertainment) (Guy Richie) Friday January 31st, 2020 (WIDE) The Rhythm Section (Paramount) (Reed Morano) Gretel and Hansel (United Artists) (2020/? /? m/Horror/Oz Perkins/USA) (LIMITED) 3. The Traitor (Sony Classics Pictures) (R/Marco Bellocchio) Friday February 7, 2020 (WIDE) Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) (Warner Bros. ) (Cathy Yan) The Lodge (NEON) (R/Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala) Friday February 14th, 2020 (WIDE) Sonic The Hedgehog (Paramount) (Jeff Fowler) Disney’s Untitled Live-Action Film (Disney) (unknown at present) “Fantasy Island” horror comedy (Blumhouse/Columbia) (Jeff Wadlow) The Photograph (Universal) (Stella Meghie) (LIMITED) What About Love (XLI41) (Klaus Menzel) Friday February 21st, 2020 (WIDE) Brahms: The Boy II (STX Entertainment) The Call of the Wild (2020) (20th Century Fox/Disney) (Chris Sanders) Bloodshot (Columbia) (Dave Wilson) Emma (Focus Features) (Autumn de Wilde) Friday February 28th, 2020 (WIDE) The Invisible Man (Universal/Blumhouse) (Leigh Whannell) (LIMITED) The Whistlers (La Gomera) (2019/Unrated/1h 37m/Thriller/Corneliu Porumboiu/Romania-France-Germany-Sweden) Burden (101 Studios) (2018/? /2h 9m/Drama/Andrew Heckler/USA) Friday March 6th, 2020 (WIDE) Onward (Disney/Pixar) (Dan Scanlon) The Way Back (Warner Bros. ) (Gavin O’Connor) First Cow (A24) (Kelly Reichardt) (LIMITED) Sometimes Always Never (2018/PG-13/1h 31m/Comedy/Carl Hunter/UK) Friday March 13th, 2020 (WIDE) The Invisible Man (2020) (Blumhouse/Universal) (Leigh Whannell) Friday March 20th, 2020 (WIDE) A Quiet Place, Part II (Paramount) (John Krasinski) I Still Believe (Lionsgate) (Jon Erwin and Andrew Erwin) (LIMITED) The Climb (Sony Pictures Classics) (Michael Angelo Covino) Friday March 27th, 2020 (WIDE) Disney’s ‘Mulan’ (live-action) (Disney) (Niki Caro) Friday April 3rd, 2020 (WIDE) Peter Rabbit 2 (Columbia) (Will Gluck) Untitled DC Comics Film (DC/Warner Bros. ) (unknown at present) Fatherhood (Sony) (Paul Weitz) The Lovebirds (Paramount) (Michael Showalter) The New Mutants (Fox/Disney) (Josh Boone) Wednesday April 8th, 2020 (WIDE) No Time To Die (MGM) (Cary Fukunaga) Friday April 17th, 2020 (WIDE) Monster Problems (Paramount) (Michael Matthews) Trolls World Tour (DreamWorks/Universal) (Jonathan Aibel and Glenn Berger) Friday April 24, 2020 Bad Trip (United Artists) (2020/R/? m/Comedy/Kitao Sakurai/USA) Friday May 1st, 2020 (WIDE) Black Widow (Marvel/Disney) (Cate Shortland) Friday May 8th, 2020 (WIDE) Legally Blonde III (MGM) (unknown at present) Covers (Focus Features) (Nisha Ganatra) Greyhound (Columbia) (Aaron Schneider) Friday May 15th, 2020 (WIDE) S. C. O. B. (Warner Bros. ) (Tony Cervone) The Woman In The Window (20th Century Fox/Disney) (2020/? /? /Crime/Joe Wright/USA) Chris Rock’s untitled “Saw” film (Lionsgate) (Darren Lynn Bousman) Friday May 22th, 2020 (WIDE) Fast and Furious IX (Universal) (Justin Lin) Spongebob Squarepants: It’s A Wonderful Sponge (Paramount/Nickelodeon) (Paul Tibbitt) Friday May 29, 2020 (WIDE) Artemis Fowl (Disney) (Kenneth Branagh) Friday June 5th, 2020 (WIDE) Wonder Woman 1984 (DC/Warner Bros. ) (Patty Jenkins) Friday June 12th, 2020 (WIDE) Candyman (2020) (Universal) (Nia DaCosta) Red Notice (Universal) (Rawson Marshall Thurber) Friday June 19th, 2020 (WIDE) Soul (Pixar/Disney) (Pete Docter) Untitled Judd Apatow/Pete Davidson Comedy (Universal) (unknown at present) Friday June 26th, 2020 (WIDE) In The Heights (Warner Bros. ) (John M. Chu) Top Gun II: Maverick (Paramount) (Joseph Kosinski) Friday July 3rd, 2020 (WIDE) Minions (II): The Rise Of Gru (Illumination/Universal) (Kyle Balda and Brad Ableson) Free Guy (Disney) (Shawn Levy) Friday July 10th, 2020 (WIDE) Ghostbusters III (Columbia) (Jason Reitman) The Purge V (Universal) (James DeMonaco) Untitled Columbia/Marvel Project (Columbia/Marvel) (unknown at present) Friday July 17th, 2020 (WIDE) Bob’s Burgers (Fox/Disney) (unknown at present) Tenet (Warner Bros. ) (Christopher Nolan) Untitled Paramount Animation (Paramount) (unknown at present) Friday July 24th, 2020 (WIDE) Jungle Cruise (Disney) (Jaume Collet-Serra) Green Lantern Corps (DC/Warner Bros. ) (unknown at present) Friday July 31th, 2020 (WIDE) Morbius (Sony/Columbia) (Daniel Espinosa) Barb and Star Go To Vista Del Mar (Lionsgate) (Josh Greenbaum) Friday August 7th, 2020 (WIDE) Infinite (Paramount) (Antoine Fuqua) The Empty Man (Fox/Disney) (R/David Prior) Friday August 14th, 2020 (WIDE) Escape Room 2 (Columbia) (unknown at present) The One and Only Ivan (Disney) (Thea Sharrock) Friday August 21st, 2020 (WIDE) Bill & Ted Face The Music (United Artists) (Dean Parisot) Friday August 28th, 2020 2. Spell (Paramount) (unknown at present) Friday September 4, 2020 (WIDE) Monster Hunter (Sony/Screen Gems) (Paul W. S. Anderson) Friday September 11th, 2020 (WIDE) The Conjuring III (New Line) (Michael Chaves) Friday September 18th, 2020 (WIDE) The King’s Man (Fox/Disney) (Matthew Vaughan) Tom Clancy’s “Without Remorse” (Paramount) (Stefano Sollima) Untitled Chris Lord-Phil Miller animated feature (Columbia) Friday September 25th, 2020 (WIDE) Praise This (Universal Studios) (Tina Gordon) The Many Saints of Newark (Warner Bros. ) (Alan Taylor) Last Night In Soho (Focus Features) (Edgar Wright) Friday October 2th, 2020 (WIDE) Agatha Christie’s “Death On The Nile” (Fox/Disney) (Kenneth Branagh) Bios (Universal) (Miguel Sapochnik) Untitled Columbia/Marvel Sequel (Columbia/Marvel) (unknown at present) Friday October 9th, 2020 (WIDE) Disney’s untitled live-action film (unknown at present) Roald Dahl’s “The Witches” (2020) (Warner Bros. ) (Robert Zemeckis) Fatale (Lionsgate/Summit) (Deon Taylor) Friday October 16th, 2020 (WIDE) Halloween Kills (Blumhouse/Universal) (David Gordon Green) G. I. Joe: Snake Eyes (Hasbro/Paramount) (Robert Schwentke) October 23rd, 2020 (WIDE) Everybody's Talking About Jamie (Fox/Disney) (Jonathan Butterell) Friday November 6th, 2020 (WIDE) The Eternals (Marvel/Disney) (Chloé Zhao) Untitled Tom McCarthy Project (Focus Features) (Tom McCarthy) Friday November 13, 2020 (WIDE) Clifford The Big Red Dog (Paramount) (Walt Becker) Untitled Universal Event Film (Universal) (unknown at present) Friday November 20th, 2020 (WIDE) Godzilla vs. Kong (Warner Bros. ) (Adam Wingard) Untitled Warner Bros. Event Film (Warner Bros. ) (unknown at present) Samaritan (MGM) (Julius Avery) Happiest Season (TriStar) (Clea DuVall) Wednesday November 25th, 2020 (WIDE) Raya and the Last Dragon (Disney) (Nathan Greno) King Richard (Warner Bros. ) (Reinaldo Marcus Green) Friday December 18th, 2020 (WIDE) Dune (2020) (Warner Bros. ) (Denis Villeneuve) West Side Story (2020) (Disney) (Steven Spielberg) Coming To America II (Paramount) (Craig Brewer) Uncharted (Sony) (unknown at present) Wednesday December 23th, 2020 (WIDE) Tom and Jerry (live action/animated) (Warner Bros. ) (Tim Story) The Croods II (DreamWorks/Universal) (Joel Crawford) Friday December 25, 2020 (WIDE) News of the World (Universal) (2020/? /? /Western/Paul Greengrass/USA) 2021 Friday January 8th, 2021 (WIDE) Untitled Blumhouse Productions Project (Blumhouse/Universal) (unknown at present) Friday January 15th, 2021 (WIDE) 355 (Universal) (Simon Kinberg) Friday January 29th, 2021 (WIDE) Rumble (Paramount Animation) (unknown at present) Friday February 5, 2021 (WIDE) Cinderella (2021) (Sony) (Kay Cannon) Friday February 12th, 2021 (WIDE) 2. Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (Marvel/Disney) (Destin Daniel Cretton) 3. Untitled Universal Romantic Comedy (Universal) (unknown at present) Friday February 26th, 2021 (WIDE) Ron’s Gone Wrong (Fox/Disney) (Alessandro Carloni and J. P. Vine) Untitled Universal Event Film (Universal) (unknown at present) Friday March 5th, 2021 (WIDE) Untitled Universal Event Film (Universal) (unknown at present) Mortal Kombat (2021) (Warner Bros. ) (Simon McQuoid Masters of the Universe (2021) (Sony/Mattel) (Adam Nee and Aaron Nee) Friday March 19, 2021 (WIDE) Tomb Raider II (United Artists) (Ben Wheatley) Friday March 26th, 2021 (WIDE) The Boss Baby II (DreamWorks/Universal) (unknown at present) Friday April 2nd, 2021 (WIDE) Fast + Furious X (Universal) (Justin Lin) Friday April 16, 2021 (WIDE) Vivo (Columbia) (Kirk De Micco and Brandon Jeffords) Untitled Universal Event Film (Universal) (unknown at present) Friday May 7th, 2021 (WIDE) Doctor Strange In The Multiverse of Madness (Marvel/Disney) (Scott Derrickson) Friday May 14, 2021 Spirit Riding Free (Universal Pictures) Friday May 21th, 2021 (WIDE) Cruella (Disney) (Craig Gillespie) John Wick - Chapter IV (Summit/Lionsgate) (unknown at present) Akira (2021) (Warner Bros. ) (Taika Waititi) Friday May 28th, 2021 (WIDE) Disney’s untitled live-action film (Disney) (unknown at present) Friday June 4th, 2021 (WIDE) Untitled “Sesame Street” movie (Warner Bros. ) (Jonathan Krisel) Micronauts (Hasbro/Paramount) (unknown at present) Friday June 11th, 2021 (WIDE) Jurassic World III (Universal) (unknown at present) Friday June 18, 2021 (WIDE) Pixar Animation Studio's Currently-untiled (Pixar/Disney) (unknown at present) Friday June 25th, 2021 (WIDE) The Batman (Warner Bros. ) (Matt Reeves) Friday July 2nd, 2021 (WIDE) Sing II (Illumination/Universal) (unknown at present) Friday July 9th, 2021 (WIDE) Disney’s untitled live-action film (Disney) (unknown at present) Fifth Indiana Jones movie (Disney) (Steven Spielberg) Friday July 16th, 2021 (WIDE) Untitled Spider-Man Movie (Columbia/Marvel) (unknown at present) Space Jam 2 (Warner Bros. ) (Malcolm D. Lee) Friday July 23rd, 2021 (WIDE) Mission: Impossible VII (Paramount) (Christopher McQuarrie) Friday August 6th, 2021 (WIDE) The Suicide Squad (Warner Bros. ) (James Gunn) Friday August 13th, 2021 (WIDE) Untitled Russo Brothers-produced Family Film (United Artists) (unknown at present) Untitled Blumhouse Productions Project (Blumhouse/Universal) (unknown at present) Friday September 17th, 2021 (WIDE) The Bad Guys Friday September 24th, 2021 Untitled Universal Event Film III Friday October 1st, 2021 (WIDE) Untitled Elvis Film (Warner Brothers) (Baz Luhrmann) Untitled Paramount/Hasbro Event Film (Paramount/Hasbro) (unknown at present) Untitled Warner Bros. ) (unknown at present) Friday October 8th, 2021 (WIDE) Disney’s untitled live-action film (Disney) (unknown at present) Friday October 15th, 2021 (WIDE) Halloween Ends (Blumhouse/Universal) (David Gordon Green) Friday November 5th, 2021 (WIDE) Thor: Love and Thunder (Marvel/Disney) (Taika Waititi) Friday November 12, 2021 (WIDE) Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them III (Warner Bros. ) (David Yates) Friday November 19th, 2021 (WIDE) Dungeons and Dragons (2021) (Paramount) (John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein) Friday December 17th, 2021 (WIDE) 2. Avatar II (Fox/Disney) (James Cameron) Friday December 22nd, 2021 (WIDE) Wicked (Universal) (Stephen Daldry) Disney’s untitled live-action film (Disney) (unknown at present) Hotel Transylvania 4 (Columbia) (unknown at present) 2022 January 14, 2022 (WIDE) Nimona (Fox/Disney) (Patrick Osborne) Friday February 11th, 2022 (WIDE) The Tiger’s Apprentice (Paramount) (unknown at present) Friday March 4th, 2022 (WIDE) Minecraft (Warner Bros. ) (Peter Sollett) Friday March 11th, 2022 (WIDE) Pixar Animation Studio's untitled (Pixar/Disney) (unknown at present) Untitled Universal Musical Event (Universal) (unknown at present) Friday April 15th, 2022 (WIDE) DreamWorks Animation’s untitled (DreamWorks/Universal) (unknown at present) Friday May 6th, 2022 (WIDE) Black Panther II (Marvel/Disney) (Ryan Coogler) May 13, 2022 (WIDE) Untitled Blumhouse Productions Project (Universal/Blumhouse) (unknown at present) Friday May 20, 2022 (WIDE) DC Super Pets (DC/Warner Bros. ) (Jared Stern and Sam Levene) Friday May 27th, 2022 (WIDE) Disney’s untitled live-action film (Disney) (unknown at present) Friday June 17th, 2022 (WIDE) Pixar Animation Studio's untitled (Pixar/Disney) (unknown at present) Friday July 8th, 2022 (WIDE) Disney’s untitled live-action film (Disney) (unknown at present) Friday July 22, 2022 (WIDE) Untitled Paramount Animation (Paramount) (unknown at present) Friday July 29th, 2022 (WIDE) Marvel’s untitled (Marvel/Disney) (unknown at present)44 Friday August 5th, 2022 (WIDE) 2. Mission: Impossible VIII (Paramount) (Christopher McQuarrie) Friday August 12, 2022 (WIDE) Untitled Universal Event Film (Universal) (unknown at present) Friday September 23, 2022 (WIDE) Untitled Dreamworks Animation Film (Universal/DreamWorks) (unknown at present) Friday October 7th, 2022 (WIDE) Disney’s untitled live-action film (Disney) (unknown at present) Friday October 14, 2022 (WIDE) Untitled Blumhouse Productions Project (Universal/Blumhouse) (unknown at present) Friday November 4, 2022 (WIDE) Disney’s untitled live-action film (Disney) (unknown at present) Friday November 16, 2022 (WIDE) Disney’s untitled live-action film (Disney) (unknown at present) Friday December 16, 2022 (WIDE) 2. Aquaman II (Warner Bros. ) (James Wan) 3. New “Star Wars” Trilogy Film #1 (Disney) Friday December 22, 2022 (WIDE) Sherlock Holmes III (Warner Bros. ) (Dexter Fletcher) 2023 Friday February 17th, 2023 (WIDE) Disney’s untitled live-action film (Disney) (unknown at present) Untitled M. Night Shyamalan Thriller (Universal) (M. Night Shyamalan) Friday April 7th, 2023 (WIDE) DreamWorks Animation’s untitled animated film (DreamWorks/Universal) (unknown at present) Friday December 22, 2023 (WIDE) Avatar III (Fox/Disney) (James Cameron) 2024 Friday December 20th, 2024 (WIDE) New “Star Wars” Trilogy Film #2 (Disney) 2025 Friday December 19th, 2025 (WIDE) Avatar IV (Fox/Disney) (James Cameron) 2026 Friday December 18, 2026 (WIDE) New “Star Wars" Trilogy Film #3 (Disney) 2027 Friday December 17, 2027 (WIDE) Avatar V (Fox/Disney) (James Cameron).

Ricky le sabe los pasos a Tatiana por q fue la mosa cuando estuvo con Vanessa 😂😂😂ni para saber si todavía tienen algo 😂😂😂😂siempre an demostrado un apego extraño ella siempre abogando por Ricky y ella tampoco hace nada en las competencias 😂😂😂. Bendiciones pastor y su familia le mando un fuerte abrazo lo saludo desde los Ángeles California.

There’s another list of all the regular stuff that happens every week, so don’t forget to check for all your karaokes, trivias, and so on. There are also links to all of Tally’s theater options, both stage and independent cinema (from fancy to cult). HAPPENING THIS WEEK: FAMU Harambee Festival. “Join us for unity in the community at the Harambee Festival! Enjoy live performances, vendors from across the region, cultural art, workshops, fashion, and food! ” 2/23 @ Cascades Park/11am-6pm/free MONDAY, 2/18 Senior Center: Town Hall Meeting. “The Tallahassee City Commission will host two Town Hall meetings this month to get input from residents on the proposed Public Safety Campus. The proposed Public Safety Campus is slated to be built along South Monroe Street near Orange Avenue. The vision is for the campus to serve as a community gathering place, while also housing the headquarters for the Tallahassee Police Department (TPD). The development could include recreational spaces, public meeting rooms, regional training facilities and more. A multi-functional facility will help police officers connect and build strong bonds with residents, a focus of TPD’s community policing efforts. Community engagement is essential in the development of the proposed campus. Feedback will continue to be sought from residents during the entire process including the design phase planned for this year. ” 6pm Vacation House: Standby (CT) // Kitty Princess // Bench Warmer. 9pm/$5/all ages TUESDAY, 2/19 Capitol Building: Florida Space Day 2019. “Florida Space Day promotes the economic impact of the space industry as Florida's aerospace leaders visit Tallahassee. ” 8am-7pm Tally Cat Café: February Kitty Yoga. “Come join us in the cat lounge for a yoga session with the cats! The yoga session takes place for the first hour then you can grab a free coffee or tea and wind down with the cats for another hour. Also, a portion of the admission fee will be donated to Leon County Humane Society. Please bring your own water bottle and yoga mat. Limited yoga mats may be provided. ” 3:30pm New Leaf Market: Motorworks Brewing Tasting. 4-7pm FSU Campus Rac: Full Moon Paddle. “You don’t want to miss this traditional OP nighttime escapade. Explore local waterways with Outdoor Pursuits and experience an adventure guided solely by the moonlight! ” 6pm Maclay Gardens: Lake Overstreet Full Moon Hike. 6pm Planned Parenthood: Get the SCOOP on Legislative Session! “Join us for a night of free ice cream from Lofty Pursuits and get the scoop on what we're expecting during the 2019 Legislative Session! Our lobbyists and Legislative Representatives for Planned Parenthood will be giving their expert advice on how to fight anti-abortion legislation at the capitol and how we can take action to support proactive legislation! ” 6:30pm New Leaf Market: Car Movie Trivia Night. “Test your knowledge on the featured movies: Cars, Talladega Nights, Mad Max – Fury Road and The Fast and the Furious. The winning team gets a $20 gift card, bragging rights, and an official Trivia Master Certificate! ” 6:30pm Sangha Press: The Itinerant Printer. “Chris will be sharing stories from the road at around 7:00p, and the presentation runs concurrent with a pop-up exhibition/shop. He'll be showing and selling work from his adventure, signing his book and taking questions about all things letterpress, road trips, and tramp printing! ” 7pm Challenger Learning Center: RAZOR Lecture Series: The Physics of the Blues. 7pm Challenger Learning Center: RAZOR Lecture Series: The Physics of the Blues. “The Challenger Learning Center RAZOR Lecture Series is designed to provide an intellectual, engaging experience for the local community. Lectures are presented by scholars, researchers and experts in various science fields. In line with the Challenger Learning Center’s mission to foster long-term interest in STEM fields, the series will provide an illuminating look at cutting edge research. ” 7pm Blue Tavern: Wing Trio. 8pm/$2 Midtown Pies: Bar Trivia With Hank. 50 questions of sweet, sweet trivia. Food! Beer! Something random in a bag! 8pm/free THIS WEEK I’LL BE GIVING AWAY SIX FREE TICKETS TO SEE THE AVETT BROTHERS AT THE CIVIC CENTER MARCH 10TH. PLAY TO WIN! The Bark: Authors Rebecca Orchard and Nicholas Bon. 8pm WEDNESDAY, 2/20 Old Capitol: Rally: Youth Organizing Against Abortion Restrictions. 2:30pm The Grove Museum: Handmade History: Women in the Civil Rights Movement. “Create your own collage while sharing conversation about women in the civil rights movement. Discussion led by special guests Maxine D. Jones, Florida State University Professor of History, and Michelle Hearn, Museum of Florida History Senior Curator, and by staff of The Grove Museum. ” 5:30pm/$5 Fat Cat Café: February Yoga With Kitties. “Yoga with kitties consists of 50 minutes of yoga followed by 20 minutes of snuggle time in the adoption center. Bring a yoga mat. ” 6pm/$10 The Studio: Working Class Wednesday: A Celebration Of Black History. “Special guest speakers: Ramon Alexander and The Honorable Judge Richardson. ” 6pm Midtown Reader: Pam Houston with Deep Creek. 6pm Momo’s Northside: Jerry 'Guitarman' Thigpen. Playing and singing for you. 6:30pm The Moon: Los Lobos. 6:30pm/$25 Serenity Coffee and Kava Bar: Lookism & Sexual Harassment Panel Discussion. 6:45pm Blue Tavern: Non-Trivia Night. “This is something we have wanted to do ever since we opened the bar. We will ask a series of interesting non-trivial questions answered by the bar attendees. Examples: "How does greed work? " "What is one important thing to change in US government? " The winner (loosely determined by audience response) receives coupon for a free beer or wine at Blue Tavern. ” 8pm/free THURSDAY, 2/21 Junction @ Monroe: Local Color-The Color of Love-Interracial Marriage and Adoption. “This year’s Local Color panelists are racially diverse at home. For Valentine’s Day, we’ll talk about interracial marriage and adoption at a time when tensions are rising across racial lines – and wrestle with whether we ought to be more melting pot or more salad bowl, retaining our cultural differences. ” 6pm Midtown Reader: Black History Month Read to Lead. “Join us for a celebration of Black History Month with a panel of readers and leaders from the Tallahassee community. Each panelist will be recommending a list of books that have shaped them into the leaders they are today! This year's Black History Read-to-Lead will be moderated by Dr. Ann L. Wead Kimbrough, a tenured professor in the School of Journalism & Graphic Communication, Florida A&M University. Other panelists include: John Marks, the former Mayor of Tallahassee and co-owner of Tallahassee-based Black Television News Channel and Funmi Ojetayo, a senior attorney with the Florida Department of Agriculture. ” 6pm 621 Gallery: February Literary Salon. “621 Gallery is actively seeking writers and creatives who would be interested in reading at the upcoming February Literary Salon! Interested in performing, contributing, or attending? We offer an open outlet and platform for writers at all stages of their journey to share their thoughts, connect, and gain confidence in an all-inclusive environment. We aim to foster community and encourage risk-taking and vulnerability. We are always looking for new writers and audience members to strengthen Tallahassee’s creative network. Please contact for more details or to sign up. Looking forward to seeing you there. ” 7pm The Moon: CDU Presents: Car Seat Headrest w/Naked Giants. 7pm/GP $20/18+ Blue Tavern: The Rightly So. 8pm/$2 Finnegan’s Wake: Live & Local Night ft. Pat Puckett. 8pm Calvin’s Coffee House: Poetry Open Mic! (Monthly Event) “We're excited to announce our first ever Poetry Open Mic at Calvin's Coffee House. This event is open to writers interested in performing poetry, prose, spoken-word, short stories or nonfiction pieces! ” 8pm The Bark: SMUG (ny), cool now, sinkwell. 8:30/$5 The Warrior on the River: Rap Challenge. 9pm FRIDAY, 2/22 Bullwinkles: Red Tide. 5pm/$7/21+ Waterworks: February Paella Party! “Juan returns from Real Paella to cook up the best tasting Paella in the Big Bend! Paired with Waterworks' Sangria, it will be a wonderful and tasty early evening event. Cooking demonstration starts at 6:00pm with Paella serving at 7:00pm. Purchase a ticket inside Waterworks for each plate of Paella and redeem at the Paella station. Paella plates served with side salad $14. 00. Three types of Paella available: Paella Mixta with seafood, chicken, and lots of veggies; Valencia Paella with chicken, rabbit, and duck; and Vegan Paella. ” 6:15pm/21+ Mickee Faust Club: A Night of Queereoke- A Benefit for the Center of Bay County. “Please join us for a night of food, fun and Queer-e-oke with proceeds benefiting the Center of Bay County which was devistated by Hurricane Michael! We will be graciously hosted by the Mousketeers at the Mickee Faust Club as they lead us in a night of entertainment and singing! Members of the Center will join us to not only share firsthand how the Center was impacted by Michael but also share how we can help them rebuild. Tickets for the benefit are $20 which includes dinner provided by REfire Culinary, one drink ticket and Queer-e-oke with proceeds going to the Center of Bay County. ” 7pm The Wilbury: Cat Family's 3rd Birthday Bash. “Come out to The Wilbury to celebrate our 3rd birthday! There might be cake? Alongside music at the Wilbury, we're also hosting an art exhibition at the Plant from 6 to 8. We'll be showcasing some of Tallahassee's most talented artists, including Caroline Mullen, Addison Mathis, Hope Riffee, and more! At the Wilbury, we're featuring an all-star, local lineup: TaReef KnockOut, bandanna, Boys Who Cry, Camp Green Lake, Sage Monkey, and Slow Low Crow. ” 7pm/$5/18+ Union Ballrooms: Language of Lingerie: No Foreplay. “Join Poetic Lyricism for our annual event, Language of Lingerie. Poets and performers will be in attendance as they share the raw and the rough nuances of erotic poetry. ” 7pm/$5 Canopy Arts Collective: An Evening of Jazz and Multicolored Memories. “A professionally-performed cabaret performance of inspirational jazz vocals and literary stories tracing the common journey of native-born Americans and immigrants as we adapt to life in a diverse society and social change on a global scale. ” $7:30/$15 suggested donation Proof: Kat Hall Band. 8pm/21+ Black Dog on the Square: Nora Lou. 8pm Blue Tavern: Mary Z. Cox. $10 Junction @ Monroe: Randall "Big Daddy" Webster & Red Hot Java with Boo Radley. 8pm/$13 Fifth & Thomas: Grind & Core: Alice In Chains & Stone Temple Pilots tribute. 8pm/$10/21+ Bird’s: Thousand Dollar Hen, featuring Sean Everett. 8:30pm Fox & Stag: Tyler Denning. 9pm Bradfordville Blues Club: The Nick Moss Band featuring Dennis Gruenling. 9pm Fire Betty’s: Your Captain Speaking. 9pm SATURDAY, 2/23 End of the Pavement on Rivers Road: Apalachicola Forest Cleanup. “Please join us for the Apalachicola National Forest Annual Cleanup. Last year 197 volunteers gleaned over 10. 86 tons of trash from the Leon County portion of the Apalachicola during this annual event. Volunteers pickup typical roadside litter as well as address serious dump sites including everything from tires to shingles to electronics to mattresses. There is a site needing attention appropriate for all volunteers. If not familiar with the forest, volunteers are matched with groups that know the forest. Please [sign up] () so we can have adequate supplies and a good count for lunch. ” 8am Gulf Specimen Marine Lab: Beach Explorations Tour by Gulf Specimen Aquarium. “Beaches are alive, curious and ever-changing. When the tide is out, the exposed flats offer the curious visitor a peek at life usually hidden under the water and sand. At other times, much of the sea’s mysterious nature ends up on the beach above the surf zone. Explore the nearby beaches of the ‘Wilderness Coast’ with GSML naturalist and certified Green Guide Debbi Clifford. In an easy 2-3 hour walk, learn about the natural history of local shore life: shells, critters, plants, and that strange ‘blob on the beach’. Participants should bring water, dress for the weather, wear water/beach shoes, hat, bring sunscreen/insect repellant as needed. ” 9am/Adults $20 / children (5-12yrs) $10/Group size limited to 15 people Call 850-984-5297 for reservations and information MagLab: MagLab Open House 2019. “Come feed your brain at the 2019 FOOD-themed Open House! This FREE event features something for visitors of every age: hands-on demonstrations, self-guided tours of our fleet of world-record magnets, delicious food, and the chance to interact with our world-class scientists. Get an up-close look at the world's strongest magnet - the 45 tesla hybrid where there will be special demonstrations and performances throughout the day. At this year's event, we'll be exploring the delicious pairing of FOOD and SCIENCE with special demonstrations including a liquid nitrogen ice cream, glowing pickles, a potato cannon, magnetic apples, molecular cuisine, food dye chromatography and more. ” 10am-3pm Cascades Park: FAMU Harambee Festival. ”Join us for unity in the community at the Harambee Festival! Enjoy live performances, vendors from across the region, cultural art, workshops, fashion, and food! ” 11am-6pm/free The Bark: Tally Zine Fest. “Tallahassee Zine Fest is an all inclusive festival allowing the Tallahassee community to showcase self published books and a variety of other types of printed matter. TZF is a platform for the DIY community and merges locals, academics, and anyone interested in printed media. People also travel into Tallahassee to sell work at a table, purchase zines, or just experience the festival. The atmosphere is casual which gives all attendees a chance to talk with each other face to face, about zines, zine related projects, and art work in general. ” Noon-6pm GrassLands Brewing: Cat Family Records Presents A Singer Songwriter Showcase. “Come and enjoy a late afternoon/evening performance by four of Tallahassee's local songwriters showcasing their original material straight from their hearts to your ears. Featuring Emily Gabriel, Emily Offenkrantz, Tommy Cooper, and Alexandra Cory. ” 4pm Blue Tavern: Fourth Saturdays Old Time Jam. 4pm Midtown Reader: Kent Wascom with The New Inheritors. 6pm The Moon: Tom & the Cats with ELI. 7:30pm Black Dog on the Square: The Joshua Rivers Band. 8pm The Bark: sleepless/Cool Now/Office Hours/Kitty Princess. 8pm Blue Tavern: Frank & Allie. 8pm/$5/all ages Moore Auditorium: Dory's Coffeehouse: BHM Showcase. “Celebrate Black History Month by appreciating the presence of Black performers on campus at Moore Auditorium with Dory's Coffeehouse. Experience everything from poetry and songwriting to fiction and personal essay, and partake in the open mic portion of the showcase if you're feeling inspired! There will be refreshments served, inspiration found, and friends supported! ” 8pm/free/18+ The Wilbury: Caleb McLeod & The Constant/Pat Puckett/Viper Pilot. 9pm Fifth & Thomas: Snake Blood Remedy w/ Once Great Estate. 9pm/21+ Bradfordville Blues Club: The James Armstrong Band. 9pm Superdome (Arkansas Street): Zeta, Calyx, Unico, Epic Ganesh. 9pm/$7/all ages Junction @ Monroe: Dominican Independence. “From North West Florida best Latin DJ: DJ Vasco bring you the best latin music for all Rumberos and Bachateros. Celebrate with Us! Dance Merengues, Bachatas, Salsa, Tipico all night with Nonstop music by DJ Vasco and DJ RudyMax. ” 9pm SUNDAY, 2/24 Ouzt’s Too: The Last Sunday Monthly Funday with The Allie Cats Band. 2pm Lindsey Recital Hall: Women in Music Recital. “Come out to the Women in Music Recital presented by the Alpha Omega Chapter of Tau Beta Sigma! Join some empowered men and women working together to empower women through music. Recital credit will be offered! ” 4pm The Plant: Wheatpasting 101: an intro to diy wild-posting. “Everything you need to know to start a wild-posting campaign asap! Learn from professional street-marketer how to prepare wheat-paste, the tools of the trade and methods to install posters. A modest $4-8 donation for the space/materials is appreciated! For the full experience patrons can b. y. o. (flour, broom, bucket, mixer/whisk and posters! )” 7pm Junction @ Monroe: Ryan Montbleau (Solo), Thousand Dollar Hen. 7pm/$20 MONDAY, 2/25 GrassLands Brewing Company: Green Drinks by Sustainable Tallahassee. “Learn how to turn your backyard into a refuge for wildlife! This month Liz Schold of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation will be sharing “Backyards and Beyond: Creating a Refuge for Wildlife at Home. " 5:30pm The Armory (house show): Absinthe Father (PA), Anna Griffith, internet gf. 8pm/$5/all ages TUESDAY, 2/26 The Bark: Writers Alex Jaros and Kelsey Ward, presented by The Jerome Stern Distinguished Writers Series. 8pm WEDNESDAY, 2/27 Dorothy B Oven Park: Geocaching Workshop - LifeLong Outdoor Pursuits. 10am/$5 Blue Tavern: A Storytelling Showcase. “Learning, surviving, of humor and wisdom bring diverse experiences to life when seven new storytellers take the stage for their storytelling debuts! ” 7pm/free Island Wing Company: Kat Hall. 9pm.

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