This Saturday I’ll be at the Long Beach One-Day Comic Expo at the Long Beach Convention Center! This’ll be a great chance to experience, once again, the beauty and grandeur of the interior of the Long Beach Convention Center, one of the great marvels of 20th-century “Convention Center”-style architecture. Such soaring ceilings! Such concrete floors! Such strange acoustics. Such utilitarian angles.
I’m gonna make a special print to sell at this event. I just got a weird craving to do so. What’ll it be of? I don’t even know!
ALSO: I have officially been accepted into the Renegade Craft Fair in Austin, May 15-16! I’LL SEE YOU SUCKERS THERE. Suckers!
FINALLY: In the L.A. area but don’t want to go to the LBODCE for some reason? Recently my wife and I discovered the Rancho Park Archery Range, nestled deep into a strange corner of Rancho Park (a.k.a. Cheviot Hills Park) at Pico & Motor — right across from the Fox lot. Built in 1984 after the Los Angeles Olympics to promote the sport of archery, this is a free community archery range where you can just show up, check out a bow and some arrows, and go to town! There’s a Saturday-morning safety/instructions class (also free) that you have to attend first, but it’s super-fun and very informative. Then you can just come back whenever you want and shoot arrows! I cannot recommend this enough. A great way to spend a Saturday at the park.