Do you like to do things? I do too. If you’re in Los Angeles, here are some things you might find fun, and kind of geeky.


1. Mission:Star Mission – Do you like Sci-fi? What about improvised Sci-fi? What about FREE improvised Sci-fi? If you answered yes to any of those questions, especially the last one, come see Mission: Star Mission. Geek Girl Authority’s own Jenny Flack and her talented friends are improvising at Meltdown Comics this Saturday November 15th @10pm and it’s FREE!


2. Re-Animator The Musical – Oh Yea! Adapted from the story by H.P. Lovecraft, Re-Animator is at The Trepany House in Hollywood Friday, Saturday, and Sunday and has been extended until November 23rd. Tickets are $25!


3. The Inaugural Avengers Super Heroes Half Marathon Weekend at Disneyland – Sunday is the big day beginning at 5:30am at Disneyland. The half marathon and 5K are sold out but you can still join the Cheer Squad!  The pros are that you won’t  have to run and you’ll be able to enjoy the awesome costumes that I’m sure will be plentiful!


4. Hello Kitty Hungry Hunt –  For a limited time, some of Los Angeles’ hottest foodie spots will be participating in the first ever Hello Kitty’s Hungry Hunt! #HelloKittyHungryHunt

From October 24, 2014 through November 21, 2014, visit participating foodie venues around town and enjoy a special limited edition Hello Kitty themed food or beverage item created for this special occasion. All participating restaurants offer something delicious and exclusive!Each Hungry Hunt menu item includes a small gift: a collectible Hello Kitty Hungry Hunt enamel pin featuring Hello Kitty enjoying a culinary treat. The menu items and pins are exclusive to each location and available for a super limited time while supplies last.
5. Popzilla Presents: The Tim Burton Show @ Rothick Art Haus – This Saturday November 15th, 2014, is a staging of an unofficial tribute to the many films of Tim Burton. 60 artists will be taking a stab at creating their own interpretations from anything and everything Tim Burton has his hands in. Look for original art inspired by films like “Edward Scissorhands”, “Alice in Wonderland”, “Beetlejuice”, “Batman”, ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas” and much more. Hard to believe, his career is spanning its 4th decade. Each movie stands on it’s own, but all have that special something.
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