Whatever box office success Citizen Kane may have missed out on during it’s debut in 1941 seems like a small price to pay for now being considered the greatest film of all time. In today’s world of colossal CGI-effects, block buster budgets and cliche plot lines, Orson Welles’ bold, artistic tale of a power-thirsty newspaper mogul still inspires people to line up around the block just to see it. In this case, fans of the film will be treated to a fresh air showing of this critically acclaimed classic at Movies On the Fox—a celebrated film series that transforms the rear parking lot of this non-operational theater into an outdoor movie house, complete with raffles, trivia and cartoons before the show.
Tue., May 11, 7 p.m., 2010
Nate Jackson is the gatekeeper to your dreams of local dive bar stardom. If he writes about you, expect your band to be offered at least one more drink ticket than the rest of the bands on the bill. Get his attention with some groovy tunes and he might just do it. Then, boy will you feel special.