Thursday, May 14, 2015

Thanks for Noticing

The Bijou Film Center takes its name from 
 Richmond's Bijou pictured here in 1929.
Two of Richmond's most persistent and prominent arbiters of cultural worthiness, especially when it comes to the local entertainment scene, have weighed in on the Bijou's variety show to be staged on Sunday at Hardywood Park. Chris Bopst and Harry Kollatz have said (on the Facebook event page) they are coming to the Music, Movies & Magic show (noon 'til 6 p.m.). In a couple of pieces published this week they offer some easons why their readers should join them. 

Here's an excerpt of Bopst's Event Pick at STYLE Weekly:
To kick off the Bijou’s fundraising drive to launch its film transfer business, they’re holding Music, Movies and Magic at Hardywood Park Craft Brewery on Sunday, May 17. The variety show will feature performances by local music groups the Red Hot Lava Men, Happy Lucky Combo and Avers...
To read the rest of it click here.

Here's an excerpt of Kollatz's "Hooray for Hardywood." 
What’s got two Chaplins, a Keaton and a Bugs Bunny, with music in between and an actual practitioner of legerdemain and prestidigitation? Find out on Sunday, May 17, during the Bijou Film Center’s event "Music, Movies & Magic" staged at the Hardywood Park Craft Brewery.
To read the entire piece in Richmond Magazine click here.

Thanks for the ink, real and virtual, Chris and Harry. See you there.

Image from Richmond Magazine.

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