October 10, 2012
We write to update you on LAVA’s quarterly Salon series at Musso & Frank.
Due to slow ticket sales, Musso & Frank is not able to host the October 15 Salon on the hard-boiled novelist, journalist and screenwriter Jim Tully. We do very much appreciate those of you to made your reservations over the weekend, and sent words of support.
Since we have curated a wonderful program as the culmination of the week-long Tullyfest, we will be moving the LAVA Salon just across the street to the historic Larry Edmunds Bookshop. This more informal Salon program will be free of charge, and will include complementary light snacks and beverages. Attendees are encouraged to purchase a copy of Jim Tully’s biography and have it signed by the authors, Mark Dawidziak and Paul Bauer. As previously scheduled, the Salon will happen on Monday, October 15, from 6:30pm-9pm.
We apologize for the inconvenience, and do hope you’ll be able to join us across the street for this informal LAVA Salon. Seating is very limited, and advance reservations required. Reservations will open up this evening at the link below, and each attendee must reserve their own seat (no “plus ones”):
As a reminder, we have teamed with the American Cinematheque and UCLA Library Special Collections to present a Tully-themed screening (October 10) and lecture (October 11). And there is a free LAVA walking tour (October 14). For more info on the Tullyfest programs, visit http://explosivepr.com/tullyfest
We hope to see you at the Salon on October 15, but you’re most welcome to check out LAVA’s other interesting events, which are briefly excerpted below.
Please visit the LAVA website, Twitter or Facebook page (links below), or sign up for the main LAVA Flows email newsletter at the LAVA site for regular updates on events other than the Salon at Musso & Frank.
Kim & Richard
LAVA – The Los Angeles Visionaries Association