That’s really all you need to know, but some of you might require a little extra push in order to make the oh-so-short pilgrimage to San Pedro. Lobster is the easy sell: the main meal that comes with the price of admission includes a a genuine Maine lobster flown in fresh, cole slaw, potatoes, sweet bread, lemon wedges, and buttery dipping sauce.
There’s ton of other food to choose from if you have a big appetite. Corn on the cob. Garlic fries. Lobster stews & soups. Desserts of every flavor. I have to stop typing, I’m getting crazy hungry…
Okay I’m back. When it’s time to sit off that food coma, the Lobster Fest has live music (dozens of bands), arts & merchandise booths, games for kids, a pirate invasion, and more. Check out the website for complete details.
Superman? Dork. Batman? Gothster party pooper. When you want the cool comics there’s only one guy you turn to: Stan Lee. Ever hear of heroes like, oh I don’t know, Spiderman? Hulk, Iron Man, and the X-Men? Yeah, Stan created all those. And at 89 years young, homie is still running around cranking out caped crusaders.
So it’s no surprise that someone finally gave Stan’s life story the hero treatment. Here’s a trailer to get you pumped:
Dig that groovy ‘stache on Patrick Stewart! This screening is a special deal and some of the filmmakers will be on hand after for a Q&A session where you can probably hear some of the fun Stan stories that didn’t make the cut for the film. Word on the street is that Stan the Man might make an appearance in person. Excelsior!