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Meow Wolf Opening Draws Nigh

Meow Wolf's opening weekend approaches. The gala will be on St. Patrick's Day, March 17, and the doors will open to the public for the first time on March 18 and 19.

And now the word is spreading beyond the borders of the Land of Enchantment.

The LA TIMES came to visit a few weeks ago. Here's their story:


Go to the Meow Wolf website at https://meowwolf.com/ to reserve tickets and have a look at their calendar of upcoming events.


Victoria Ruvolo
Feb. 25th, 2016 06:39 pm (UTC)
Looks out window in Staten Island, 'where's my Meowwolf??' Sigh. A trip will need to be planned!
Feb. 26th, 2016 03:56 pm (UTC)
Not sure where to post this but I swear reading Medieval Fantasy novels has increased my IQ. Thanks for the introduction GRRM. Also Kathryn Winnick from Vikings would make a perfect GoT character. Especially a Targaryen or Lannister.
Daphne Rovian
Feb. 27th, 2016 11:10 am (UTC)
I don't where to contact shows PR team so I thought I might say to you.
I'm an Emmy expert on GoldDerby and I want you guys to win as many awards as possible. But your strategy on acting categories has been horrible. No drama has gotten in more than 2 noms per category ever since 2007 when blue ribbon panels determined the nominees. Submitting all your cast as supporting will always limit your chances and the highest you can get will always be 4. I know that actors from your show has less screentime than other shows leads but that doesn't matter anymore since the rules have been changed and voters don't have to see the submitted tapes anymore. Peter Dinklage would definitely stand a chance in Lead category with popularity vote and that way you will be able to secure at least one other sup.actor nomination from your cast. (Preferably Alfie Allen) Another thing that came with popularity vote is that vote-splitting. You guys won all those awards except the category that you were double-nominated can't be a coincidence.(Headey&Clarke). Even if Dinklage&someone get nominated in the same category you would be splitting your shows support and they will end up losing. And for what? Another thing about this subject is that, with the new guest rule; all regular cast members are allowed to submit themselves in guest categories if they appear in less than shows aired episodes on the season(In this case magic number is 4) Conleth Hill was eligible last year but HBO didn't submit him. The category was already pretty weak, so he definitely would have stood a chance and would be an Emmy nominee now. Hope you'd inform your cast members about these topics. As a show that has become the most awarded series in a single year you guys have faar less acting nominations than those other shows. That has to change. Thanks. Would be appreciate it if you give any kind of signal to show that you read my message.
Mar. 2nd, 2016 11:37 pm (UTC)
Well, I've read your message, and I appreciate your thoughts...

But I don't have anything to do with any Emmy submissions, I'm afraid. All those decisions are made by HBO, the showrunners, and the actors and directors involved.
Ivair Gomes
Feb. 27th, 2016 01:57 pm (UTC)
ONE SUGESTION. seasson finale 6 in cinemas. IN Brasil it has never been shown in theaters. it would be a good idea. Sory if d'ont apropried local for it. My contribution.
Feb. 28th, 2016 02:26 pm (UTC)
In this story she is fire-born
knee-deep in the ash of a shuddering world,
shedding her girlhood of force-fed fear, like skin;
her scorched body the first furnace she struck

while stars fracture, pouring fire
upon the desert of night-sky, ululating;
a smouldering baptism of something promised
long since thought dead

until, deafened, the roaring heat sings
the agony of burning and birth among
the lonely taste of that dying bonfire;
of being born a woman.
Bobby Skelton
Feb. 28th, 2016 05:44 pm (UTC)
New Mexico on TV
Completely off topic!

But since Santa Fe is only an hour away from Albuquerque, I have to ask: Have you watched Breaking Bad and now Better Call Saul? If so, got a preference? Obviously most people would say Breaking Bad and it is many folks' top 5 shows of all time. But I find myself REALLY enjoying Better Call Saul and the characters are just fascinating.

Between shows like this and GoT and plenty others, this is really the golden age of television.
Chael Gardener
Feb. 28th, 2016 10:10 pm (UTC)
Off topic
Hey George! I know this is off topic, but after hearing how it inspired you to write ASoIaF I've gotten hooked on the 'Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn' series by Tad Williams. After reading the first two books it has easily become one of my favorite series. If I may ask, what was it you loved the most about it? And will you be reading the sequel trilogy 'the Last King of Osten Ard'? Thanks!
Feb. 29th, 2016 10:52 pm (UTC)
Re: Off topic
Yes, for sure, Tad does good stuff.


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