Numero Group: By The Numbers


Navigating California
April 21, 2010, 12:48 pm
Filed under: Al Jarnow | Tags: , ,

Two months after our successful screenings in New York and Chicago, we make good on our promise to bring Jarnow’s cosmic clocks and talking yaks to San Francisco and Los Angeles.

If you didn’t score tickets to Conan, join us on Thursday April 22nd at the Red Vic Movie House in San Francisco for an hour of shorts and a documentary about how all this weirdness was made. As an added treat, we’ve conned Al himself to make an appearance and answer your ridiculous questions/pose for pictures. Limited seats are available for the 7PM and 9PM screenings, so don’t count on being able to waltz up the box office on the night of & make any demands so, Just buy the tickets now.

Los Angeles? Are you still reading? Do you like coffee? Let me be more specific, do you like Intelligentsia coffee? Because on Saturday April 24th we’ll have your cel animation and caffeine fix on lock. We may even be able to convince Al to pour you a cup. No promises, but we’ll do our best. There’s only one screening (7:30PM), and we’re not likely to ever make our way back through LA any time soon, so don’t screw around. Seattle, Boston, and Minneapolis, you’re next.

Don’t forget to pick up a copy of the DVD, which we’ll be selling at the same price you can buy it from our website at, which is roughly $5 cheaper than you can buy it anywhere else. Do the math, nerdlinger.


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Who would I contact for a press copy of the DVD? (I want to review it for a few newspapers)

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