Absolute Travel invites you to join award-winning actor and conservationist, Edward Norton; Maasai Wilderness Conservation Trust’s President Samson Parashina; Katie Losey, Director of Marketing & Founder of Absolute Awareness and moderator Fred Guterl, Executive Editor of Scientific American, in a remarkable conversation on how eco-travel can transform and sustain conservation, the importance of holistic programs, and the transformation of philanthropy on Thursday October 30th from 6:30PM – 9:30PM. By attending, guests have the chance to win a trip to award-winning safari lodge Campi ya Kanzi in Kenya’s Chyulu Hills.
100% of profits will go directly toward supporting the MWCT Women Community Ranger Program. The funds will create salaries, scholarships, and purchase equipment for women rangers so that they may transform their community through the opportunity to gain equality and achieve economic independence while protecting the land and animals that need it most. The Strand Rare Book Room is an intimate atmosphere, with LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE. This special night is sponsored by Absolute Travel and catered by Poppy’s Catering.
Strand Book Store
828 Broadway, New York, NY, 10003-4805
(at 12th St.)
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Ed Brubaker and Darwyn Cooke appear at the Bloor Cinema on Saturday May 10th at 5:00 pm for a screening. A signing will follow at the Beguiling!
Join two of comics’ greatest crime noir authors and Featured Guests of the Toronto Comic Arts Festival, Ed Brubaker (Criminal, Fatale) and Darwyn Cooke (Parker, Selina’s Big Score), in a special evening of comics and noir! The two will discuss their work and influences with special guest interviewer Cameron Ashley (Crime Factor), and they’ll cover their love of all things down, dirty, and mean. Cooke and Brubaker will then introduce a special screening of one of their favourite crime films, Stanley Kubrick’s The Killing. Tickets are $7 in advance, $10 at the door, and are available now online at the link…
His first feature film, Kubrick’s The Killing chronicles a racetrack heist that goes terribly wrong. Widely regarded as one of Hollywood’s greatest noir achievements, The Killing has influenced generations of crime writers, including Brubaker and Cooke.
Admission to this event is $7 in advance, $10 at the door. The doors for the event will open at 5:00 pm, with the talk beginning at 5:30 pm. If you’re buying through Eventbrite, you will be able to have your ticket verified and exchanged for a general-admission ticket at the theatre beginning at 4:00 pm. Please arrive early and bring a printed ticket to speed entry.
A signing session with both authors will follow the screening. It will be held at The Beguiling Books & Art, 601 Markham Street, a short distance from the event space.