In the Roaring Twenties, visionary leader John D. Spreckels erected a new commercial building on Coronado’s Orange Street and included a movie theater. Architect Harrison Albright featured the Roman god Mercury on the building’s exterior as an homage to Spreckels. Mercury is the Roman god of trade and commerce. Roaring Twenties movie star Charlie Chaplin frequented the Hotel del Coronado and the polo playing field.
In honor of Splendid Summer’s sequel, and Roaring Twenties’ movies, we’re having a fun contest here! You can win a copy of Splendid Summer, two AMC Theatres’ Movies Passes and two AMC Theatres’ fountain drinks. To enter, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the answer to this question:
What is the name of Splendid Summer’s Sequel?
HINT: The answer is underneath Magical White Cat Tatania on the banner for this website! The contest is limited to U.S. Residents Only and runs through 11:59 p.m. P.S.T. on October 22, 2011. Good Luck!