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19th Century Fortune Telling: Myth, Magic, and Fact Presented by Robert Scott The Arcane Advisor presents the myths, history, and importance of the fortune teller.
The American alternative rock band Blue October is mostly known for their 2006 song “Hate Me,” but three years prior to that a song called “Calling You,” from their 2003 album History for Sale was their biggest hit. The song actually has two music videos, a second version was directed by Jeff Richter and released 2007, but it […]
This November at Pandoracon, The Armored Lady will have a variety of costume pieces, accessories, and other art on offer.
A trip to the doctor is a common enough practice. You feel a twinge here, an ache there, and off you pop to consult the local quack, who following careful examination will dutifully dispense practiced wisdom and efficacious treatments. All of which will be promptly ignored when that little problem you had just ‘goes away’. Because you know […]
Geek Jeopardy (Dueling Fanboys) Presented by Edmund W Charlton A live game show of all sorts of science fiction trivia!
This week, please welcome author Rachel Aaron for a discussion of how she uses North and South American mythology in her urban fantasy series about anthropomorphic feathered dragons. It’s sounds adorable, but has nearly Jim Butcher levels of intensity and pain. “No Good Dragon Goes Unpunished” is the third book in the series, and comes […]
The seventh annual Cincinnati Midsummer Masquerade occurred this weekend on July 16th, 2016, and this was its second year at the Moonlite Gardens in Coney Island. Each year there are new acts to entertain the crowd, but perhaps the biggest spectacle of the night is still all the amazing costumes constructed and worn by the […]
The Midsummer Masquerade may be over, but there is still a good chunk of summer left, and nothing says summer like ducking the heat and prepping for the next con with the nerd’s faithful companion – Netflix. All that variety can be downright terrifying, though, so here are a few suggestions to help you get […]
Saturday, July 16th, 2016 saw the seventh annual Cincinnati Midsummer Masquerade, and tomorrow we shall bring you pictures and a report of this magical evening, but meanwhile we invite all who attended the event to give us some feedback and help us make next year’s even better.
The Pandora Society Bureau of Time Travel has collected a handful of historical events from each day of this week in the hopes of inspiring some writer to pen the next great Steampunk novel. July 18th 1862 – First ascent of Dent Blanche, one of the highest summits in the Alps. 1863 – American Civil War: […]
So what did you miss this week? This week in “The Misadventures of The Pandora Society” we told the future with tarot cards, adventured with Marco Polo, rented Jane Austin’s manor house, got conquered by martians, danced at the Midsummer Masquerade, investigated with Sherlock Holmes, and more! Monday, July 11th, 2016, we took a trip through time for This […]