Mathematically Alive – A Story of Fandom, a film about Mets fans by Joseph Coburn and Katherine Foronjy, which won Best Documentary during the New Jersey Film Festival, will run in New York City tomorrow, April 29, at 7 pm at the Pioneer 2Boots Theater at 155 East 3rd Street.
For more information, including future showings in New York City, as well as Trenton and Queens, go to the film’s website: Mathematically Alive.
Meanwhile, Mets Walk-offs takes a look at some ‘weirdness’ from Friday night’s loss to the Braves, during which the Mets drew three consecutive bases-loaded walks.
In a post to Faith and Fear in Flushing, Greg recaps at his day at Shea, which included a foam finger.
Lastly, check out Develop Willet’s Point, a blog dedicated to, well, redeveloping Willet’s Point.