Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Duck Soup & I'm No Angel, a 1933 Double Feature

Atlanta | Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Presented in 35 mm as part of Emory Cinematheque's comedy series. Leader of Freedonia Rufus T. Firefly (Groucho Marx) declares war on Sylvania because "They got guns/ We got guns/ All God's chillun got guns!" Though the politics of this anarchic comedy went right by its original audience, today the film stands as the Marx Brothers' greatest achievement and an anti-war classic. (Leo McCarey; Paramount, 1933) (1.37: 1, 68 min) Recommended Parking: Oxford Road Parking Deck or Fishburne Parking Deck. free, no ticket required The show starts at 7:30 PM


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Here's what you do on Wednesday, September 11, 2013

First

Organic steel cut oatmeal at Empire State South

Wanna get health. Organic steel cut oatmeal will get you on the way. Of course, honey might not help. But it's organic, and just use a little. A perfect solution. Have it with a hot cup of Irish breakfast tea with milk and sugar. Now you're ready for the day.

Second

Bouquet Shopping at Candler Park Flowers

Go to Candler Park Flower Mart - the best little florist in Atlanta. Pick out a peach rose, or a hot lady lilly, or anything else that Dawn or Wanda recommend. They know what they're doing. It's so worth it. ($10) The show starts at 10:00 AM

Third

Siesta...

You need your rest for tonight.

Fourth

Salumi, creton and elberton blue at Abattoir

This west midtown gastropub puts out a great selection of cheese, locally sourced small plates, and tasty entrees focused on sublime meats. Sit at the bar. It's a square, cast concrete affair. Very minimalist, very cool. Try the salumi, cremont and elberton blue for cheese. The pig ears are awesome, as well as the figs. I often like to stick with small pates at Abattoir, but if you venture into entree territory, try the lamb or the shrimp and grits. Both amazing. ($40 per person).

Fifth

Duck Soup & I'm No Angel, a 1933 Double Feature at White Hall, Emory University

Enjoy!! The show starts at 7:30 PM

Sixth

Beer-braised Mussels at Murphys

Summer is about seafood, right? Murphy's does it right with their mussels. Beer braised mussels with pine street bacon, fingerling potatoes, and smoked orange, that is. It's the first course in a summer time feast. Have Murphy's famous mango chicken salad as an entree and pair with some pinot noir. A wonderful way to close out the night.

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