The Intertidal Zone at Cabrillo
Thursday | 3
Plane Crash in North Park, 1978
Plane crash in North Park, 1978
Lemon Grove Historical Society’s lecture series continues as historian Alexander Bevil delivers a white-knuckle account of the horrific 1978 crash of PSA flight 182 in North Park that killed all 137 aboard and seven on the ground. Body parts, fires, the shattered plane, and wrecked homes were part of the nightmare. Says Bevil, “The memories never go away, yet, the crash triggered new safety rules for commercial air flights.”
- Thursday, January 3, 2019, 8 p.m.
5302 Napa Street,
Since being featured playing three trumpets at the same time on the “Happy” single by Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox, Swedish multi-instrumentalist Gunhild Carling has become a hot commodity on the nightclub circuit, where she blows patrons away with her ability to make a set of bagpipes sound like a full woodwind orchestra channeled through a Moog synthesizer. Her two-night solo stand at Tio Leo’s on January 3 and 6 will also showcase her abilities on trombone, flute, recorder, and around a half dozen other instruments.
Friday | 4
The intertidal zone at Cabrillo
Join Alex Warneke for a presentation about animals that call the rocky intertidal zone at Cabrillo National Monument home. In one of the most extreme ecosystems on earth, plants and animals are tested by crashing waves and desiccating wind and sun when the water recedes. Lifeforms deal with hazards brought on by predators utilizing claws and spines. Those who live in this area have developed adaptations for success, because passing the test means survival. Alex earned her Master’s in chemical ecology from San Diego State University.
Bond on Third
An original theatre event celebrating James Bond in all his guises. Features staged readings by eight actors of a “James Bond” TV serial — a different one each night — and a comedic solo show based on the Bond films.
Wednesday | 9
Film Forum: Chappaquiddick
Chappaquiddick (2018) is John Curran’s searing account of political corruption in America. The film focuses on the 1969 incident when Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy careened off a bridge and left Mary Jo Kopechne to drown. Starring Jason Clarke as Ted Kennedy and Kate Mara as Mary Jo Kopechne, with Ed Helms, Bruce Dern, Jim Gaffigan, Clancy Brown, and Olivia Thirlby in supporting roles. Disscussion to follow viewing of film.