Where do we go from here?
Aug. 18, 2009 at 3:18 a.m.
To mark the end of the 16-month Fatal Funnel newspaper series, the Victoria Advocate, Leo J. Welder Center for the Performing Arts and Agama Advertising present: Fatal Funnel Finale.
The FREE night includes:
* Special guest Dr. Tim Hudson, University of Houston-Victoria president. Hudson wrote and produced a song dedicated to the 19 who died. This night marks the song's first public unveiling.
* A short film detailing the newspaper's 16-month immigration and border-issue series.
* Sheriff T. Michael O'Connor, who scoured his land for tragedy survivors in May 2003 and who now battles immigration in South Texas.
* The Rev. Stan DeBoe, a local priest who worked in Colombia during a brutal drug war.
* Macarena Hernandez, an acclaimed former Dallas Morning News reporter and co-producer for PBS's "Frontline."
What you need to know:
* The event is free to the public but only 500 tickets available
* When: Tuesday, Sept. 1
* Where: Leo J. Welder Center for the Performing Arts
* 500 free tickets are available before the event at the Victoria Advocate, Leo J. Welder Center and Agama Advertising.
* Remaining tickets available the night of event.
* For more information, call Advocate Public Service Editor Gabe Semenza at 361-580-6519.