Joy Film Events

We’re having so much fun getting ready for the premiere of Joy Film Events!

“Modern art is a con. I am the world’s greatest con artist.”“Fame is love; I need love.”

“Da Vinci and Michelangelo: I can see the dandruff on their heads as I look from above down on them,” said Mark Kostabi in “Con Artist,” Michael Sladek’s entertaining documentary portrait of one of the art world’s most outrageous provocateurs. After growing up in Whittier, California Mr. Kostabi made a fortune, lost it, and reinvented himself.

Joy Film Event November 3Enjoy an evening of lively conversations, fun food, and fine film.

By invitation only, Joy TV presents New Yorker Film screenings. Watch a great movie “Cinema Paradiso” style in a private garden overlooking the sunset, twinkling lights, and distant mountain silhouettes.

If you’re into marketing, love creative people, and are curious about how a “con” artist promoted himself to stardom, you won’t want to miss this film.

Gourmet movie hot dogs
Lydia’s Popcorn & Cookies for sale
Big Train Coffee Delights
Temecula Wine Tasting

Imagine networking in this setting

Bring your warm layers for fall weather, any special drink or diet food, and your sassy, friendly attitude.

5:00 PM Networking, photo op, social media fun
5:30 Sunset Serenade by Marissa Wendt, Lydia Jayne, and Katie Fisher
6:00 Con Artist movie 84 minutes
7:30 Round Table Discussion of the film and controversy
(Share your opinion, thoughts, and comments. We will be filming you. Photos and videos will have links to your website, Twitter or Facebook page. Let us know which link you prefer. If you don’t want to be filmed, please don’t participate in the Round Table discussion or converse in the area.

Please RSVP by email
Limited participation

Movie Trailer Link:
Looking forward to seeing you!

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Target, Target, Shame on You!

Normally, I praise companies and forgive little irritations.

After agonizing about my recent Target experience all night, I decided it was more loving to share with consumers the truth about the company who says “Expect more pay less with Target..”

If you live in Sun City or Lake Elsinore, you pay less for umbrellas and other products than if you shop nearby in Murrieta.

Target does not honor advertisements from their own stores even when they have signs posted in customer service that promise to honor sale prices for two weeks.

I purchased four umbrellas at the Lake Elsinore Target to shade my patio for an upcoming wedding. I needed one more for the other side of the pool where there now sits an empty umbrella stand in front of the primary table for eight.

My mother and I drove to Menifee’s new Super Target. After parking in the hot sun and walking through the immense parking lot into the store which is organized differently than regular Targets, I finally found the umbrellas. They had only striped ones in stock. Half an hour later, we then stopped at the Super Target in Murrieta at Clinton Keith and the 215. Since I hurt my hip and was in pain, I asked for help at the service counter. They had a young man bring the umbrella. I was so happy to see it was exactly the one I wanted. Imagine my surprise when he told me it was TWICE as much as I payed for the umbrellas I already purchased at Lake Elsinore Target!

I asked them to honor the sale price or to send the umbrella to Lake Elsinore. NO!

Guess what? The Smith & Hawkins Umbrellas online at Target cost EVEN more! Plus shipping! The website says this umbrella is not sold in stores. It is the same one I purchased but in brown, not beige.

Solution? Searched 9′ Patio Umbrella w/Crank & Tilt. Found one at for $49.95 plus $10.92 shipping. All under two minutes to search, find, buy. No driving, walking in the heat, walking endless aisles, waiting in lines, or feeling cheated.

I love shopping online! Target’s problem: I have frequent huge parties, tweetups, meetups, live music, weddings, workshops and seminars at my home. When someone says, “Hey that umbrella doesn’t match…”