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GOOD December: Weekend Preview

Our GOOD December event series is getting underway! This weekend we're hosting a Local World's Fair and debuting our GOOD December Screening...

Our GOOD December event series is getting underway! This weekend we're hosting a Local World's Fair and debuting our GOOD December Screening Series with the acclaimed film Boogie Man: The Lee Atwater Story, complete with Q&A with Emmy-nominated producer/director Stefan Forbes. Details below.Local World's FairSaturday & Sunday, December 6 & 712 p.m.-5 p.m.GOOD presents an alternative to the fast and anonymous shopping we've come to expect in the holiday season. Shop, eat and make local! Ongoing DIY workshops throughout the weekend. Plus special guest Evan Kleiman of KCRW's Good Food.Free and open to the public!


Boogie Man: The Lee Atwater Story ScreeningSunday, December 77:30 p.m.GOOD and the International Documentary Association present Boogie Man: The Lee Atwater Story. Screening followed by Q&A with Emmy-nominated Producer/Director Stefan Forbes. Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream will be served.More info & RSVP at http://www.good.is/events/decboogie

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