What are you doing tonight?


Looking for something cultural-ish to do tonight? Hereâ??s 3 options for your last-minute entertainment:

Comic Book Cover Art Show

Blackbox (630 W. Central)



In honor of â??Free Comic Book Dayâ?�, featuring art work from Decoy, Palin Perez Jackson, Christoper Daren, Gus Rider, G Lemmus, Scott Donald, Swamburger, Sean Hartman, & Special Guests.

Bash For Book 2009

Winter Park Public Library (460 E. New England Ave)

7pm (registration starts at 6:30)

$75 (407-623-3486 for tickets)

â??An exclusive opportunity to party in the Library and sip wine in the stacks. The 2009 Bash will be your chance to escape reality and enter the world of film with larger-than-life sets featuring characters and scenes from the Golden Age of Hollywoodâ??s most famous films. Live entertainment includes a jazz band and a chance to mingle with â??celebritiesâ?� including the Marx Brothers, Marilyn Monroe and Lucille Ball. Includes hors dâ??oeuvres and fine wines by the glass. All profits from the Bash will go to support the materials and programs of the Winter Park Public Library.â?�

Panther and Crane

Lake Eola Amphitheatre



Heather Hensonâ??s expressionistic journey through Florida's ecosystem. Dynamic puppets, colored light, projections, and movement create a world of mythical imagery and dreamlike metaphor. The subjects are migrating cranes, alligators in the glade, the human pulse and wildly fluctuating weather. The elements dance together and ultimately collide with Florida's accelerating urban sprawl.

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