Sunday Summary – August 2nd, 2015

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So what did you miss this week?

This week we had articles on transgendered time lords, beasts under New York City, flashbacks of the Time Travelers’ Ball, flights on airships, mysteries in The Shadow, songs from outer space, a new line of Steampunk gaming miniatures, and much more . . .


Monday, July 27th, 2015

Missy and the Master Incarnations

On July 27th, 1890, painter Vincent van Gogh shot himself, Lucretia Strange took a closer look at Doctor Who‘s villainess Missy, and the Cincinnati Geek Club added Talk Nerdy to Me for geeky singles to mingle at a monthly meet up.


Tuesday, July 28th, 2015

On July 28th, 1866, Vinnie Ream became the youngest artist commission by the United States government, M. Leigh Hood explored upcoming and past movie representations of King Arthur, and we went back to 1987 to revisit the urban fantasy TV show Beauty and the Beast.


Wednesday July 29th, 2015

July 29th, 1851 saw the discovery of the Eunomian Asteroids, Dr. Pembroke brought us a report on the Electric Corset innovations of the 19th century, we traveled back in time to 2011 for an report on the 2011 Time Travelers’ Ball in Cincinnati, and The Uncommon Geek brought us Episode 54: The NOT Podcast Episode.


Thursday, July 30th, 2015

On July 30th, 1871 the Staten Island Ferry exploded, The Realmdweller asked the cyberpunk question Who Needs a Singularity?, and we began The Airship Chronicles to celebrate famous airships both historical and fictional.


Friday, July 31st, 2015

July 31st, 1930 saw (or rather heard) the debut of The Shadow, Chris Pavesic reviewed the children’s Steampunk book The Jupiter Chronicles, and Calamity Dawn brought us a great recipe for Hot Toddies


Saturday, August 1st, 2015

On August 1st, 1801 the USS Enterprise won a victory against Barbary Coast pirates, Katie Lynn Daniels looked at Your Wireless Future, and we felt the tragedy of an intergalactic phone call gone wrong with the 1980’s one hit wander Clouds Across the Moon.”


Sunday, August 2nd, 2015

August 2nd, 1873 saw the opening of the San Francisco cable cars, Phoebe Darqueling brought us her Steampunk Crowdfunding July Roundupand then it was time for the Sunday Summary 🙂


Coming Next Week . . .

We are interviewing Steampunk models, reviewing time travel novels, riding airships of the past, plus our usual and unusual articles, and then some.


 

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