Make Equality Reality

On Monday Nov. 4th, Equality Now is honoring Joss Whedon in an evening event in Los Angeles.

Called Make Equality Reality, the Event Chair is Gloria Steinem and the host is Paul Reiser with a special live performance by two-time Grammy winning singer songwriter Colbie Caillat. It is being billed as an evening of music, film and theatre with special guests including Jada Pinkett Smith and Alyson Hannigan

Joss is a member of the EN Advisory Board and a long time & very vocal supporter of Equality Now's work. As part of this, Equality Now is asking "What would you do to make gender equality a reality for women & girls everywhere?"

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The Final Screening of the Season

Salt Lake City is seeing the CSTS event season out with style!

On Oct. 26th,the Utah Browncoats will gather to see Serenity once again. There will be an auction and raffle and some shiny swag for sale. Firefly/Serenity costumes are very much encouraged!

Tickets are $10.00 in advance and $15.00 at the door.

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Philadelphia has a Horrible Time

On Saturday, Oct. 12, CSTS Philly will be showing Dr. Horrible's Sing-along Blog. The fun starts at 2:00. $10.00 advance tickets are only for sale until the end of Wednesday Oct. 9th, then they are $15.00 at the door.

There will be a costume contest with two categories - come as a character from the show, or invent your own Super Villian, Hero or Side-kick! There are also games, snacks,& raffle items.

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Vote on the CSTS charity donation split

We need your vote! CSTS Global was asked to revisit the question of how much money goes to Equality Now and how much goes to other charities. Currently, at least 75% of all money raised at an event is sent to Equality Now with up to 25% available for other charities. Many cites donate 100% to Equality Now. There were weeks of discussion on Facebook, twitter, Whedonesque, our website, and our forums. The question has two choices. You can only vote once although you can change your vote until the poll is closed. You've only got until October 12, 2013 at 11:59 PM PST to get your vote counted.

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Why Done the Impossible Supports CSTS

One of an ongoing series about our Sponsors

Done The Impossible supports Can't Stop The Serenity for many reasons. Charity and worthwhile causes are very near and dear to my heart, and that's why I've always endeavored to make them part of my personal and professional life.

In our complex world, there are many negative things we should improve and lots of beautiful things worthy of greater recognition and support. CSTS makes it easy to help Equality Now with their critically important cause and Done The Impossible is honored to help. And what could be better than combining a love of Firefly with helping others?

Brian Wiser

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Taking over the Weekend

The Rivers and Bridges Brigade of Pennsylvania just can't let CSTS go! In one last big hurrah, they are having several events at the Pittsburgh Comin Con. They have a CSTS Pittsburgh table on the convention floor at the Monroeville Convention Center all three days, where you can play the "Badger's Dodgy Dice" game from this year's Serenity screening to win wicked cool prizes, purchase CSTS 2013 t-shirts, enter a raffle to win one of three great prize baskets and sign up to participate on a team at Sunday morning's "Hammer vs. Horrible" games.

Immediately following the games on Sunday, they’ll be screening "Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog" at noon.
Admission to Sunday's CSTS events is free of charge, but those who wish to attend must purchase admission to the Pittsburgh Comicon. Of course, donations are welcome with proceeds from CSTS events and activities at this year's Pittsburgh Comicon benefiting Equality Now.

Leeds has joined the CSTS Family with a screening on Sept 27th. Doors open at 6:00 for a prompt 6:30 start. After the movie, there will be a shindig at the White Swan pub for an evening of quizzes, shiny prizes & music. Food can be ordered in advance and be ready around 9:00 (which is when they stop serving food). Costumes are encouraged!

Madison, Wisconsin is back with a double feature. First up is Dr. Horible's Singalong Blog followed by Serenity. Tickets are $10.00 in advance and $13.00 at the door.

Toronto is also showing Dr. Horrible but combining it with a shindig and all sorts of shenanigans. There will be prizes for the best Dr. Horrible Themed Tshirt & best ELE member as well as the opportunity to build your own freezeray.

The Atlanta Browncoats close out Sept with a screening of Serenity on Sunday evening. This year they're asking everyone to bring canned food items to donate for their Serenity Screening Food Drive to benefit the Atlanta Community Food Bank. There will be a prize drawing, auction, costume contest, entertainment and mingling, with film starting promptly at 7!

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