Woody Allen's 1972 eccentric adaptation of the book that was under every teenager's bed and in every parent's dresser drawer takes a comical look at the science of love. Several quirky skits follow the book's segments: Our favorite is the "What Happens During Ejaculation?" bit, in which a man's body is viewed as a complex factory. Burt Reynolds running the brain as Mission Control. Woody Allen as a reluctant, fidgety sperm. And everything's laced with that delightfully campy '70s kitsch.
Santa Ana's Discovery Science Center's newest exhibit, "Robots and Us," aims to teach children about technical realities along with the mechanics of robots from science fiction--and begs the important existential questions: Could a machine ever be alive? Should we give machines the capability to experience emotions? And aren't we humans just a different kind of machine? Educate your children--before it's too late.
Three of this writers favorite things all thrown together in a celebration of life! In honor of those who have served in the military, a portion of the today's proceeds will go to benefit Homefront America, an all volunteer military outreach and support military 501c3 nonprofit organization based in San Juan Capistrano.