I have no idea how much longer I can wait to move back home!

CITY OF GOD Friday 11 Nov 8pm
Our last film of the GDI summer series. It’s getting chilly, so bring warm clothes, blankets, and mulled wine, hot apple cider, or tea to share with your neighbors.

Santa Cruz Guerilla Drive-In Presents


A powerful and haunting film that explores the myriad of stories that lie deep within the slums of Rio, enlightens and above all affects us by taking us into a world where drugs and organized crime are a way of life. Quentin is hosting.

PLUS special reports from Latin America, thrilling and funny short films, an intermission, great company, and a rollicking bike ride after the movie.

Friday November 11th, 8:00pm
Railroad Tracks at Fair Ave, Santa Cruz

BRING lawn chairs, blankets, pillows, friends, wine, & food to share for intermission. Bring your bike for Midnight Mystery Ride after the movie. Donations are greatly appreciated and directly support the project and the Revolutionary Garden Society who sponsors Guerilla Drive-In.

MIDNIGHT MYSTERY RIDE: After the movies, the Santa Cruz Midnight Mystery Ride will take you and your friends on a rollicking after-hours tour of the bike ways and back streets of our fair city. Where are we going? It?s a mystery! Only the leader for that week knows. The ride is 3-5 miles long and always ends with an after-hours party in nature, so bring a snack to share and pack your trash. A ride every other week, after the Guerilla Bike-In, always leaving from the Poet and Patriot around midnight.

SANTA CRUZ GUERILLA DRIVE-IN is an outdoor movie theatre under the stars that springs up unexpectedly in the fields and industrial wastelands. Beyond showing great movies and bringing a broad community together, part of our mission is helping reclaim public space and transforming our urban environment into the joyful playground it should be.

1 north to Mission St, L on Fair Ave after Feral Donuts, walk a short way along the RR tracks to the right.

BREAKING NEWS, updated summer schedule, discussion, do-it-yourself, email list, the works (and a new fancy


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  • I read somewhere that Brooklyn is okay now. Not like Spike Lee Brooklyn, but like avante garde restaurants and stuff. Remember Amanda moved there on Sex in The City, so that means the actual trend was probably a decade old by the time it got to HBO. I think she’ll be safe. Besides, she has us. She doesn’t need to live anywhere. We can help her find Oilily and Alternamoms or whatever.

    Is her bellybutton pierced? We’ll need to address that issue right away. Didn’t you have some experience with that? I’m thinking vitamin E oil, but things may have changed. I’m giving Strixaderm a shot for the stretch marks around my lips, but so far, nada results.

    Who is this “Ken” anyways? Do we need to send him an application? What do we actually know about him, except that he has randy sperms?

  • megc

    Sari, when are you moving back to CA? And it was Miranda who moved to Brooklyn (a nice part with lots of beautiful brownstones). Too expensive for me, though. I love Astoria! I’m glad I moved here instead of Brooklyn.

  • oh, right. Miranda. And that horrible Steve who I hated and then liked. For a second there I thought you were talking about real people and I was frightened. Now I’m not so frightened. We’ll move to CA as soon as we find a place that’s not a mobile home. Now we’re looking in an area known as “oregon.”

  • That post about Brooklyn was autoloaded and came from a post I intended for another site. It’s commendable that you just rolled with it and assumed it made sense here.