Sunday Summary – December 14th, 2014

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So what did you miss this week?

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Monday, December 8th, the first English actress legally walk the stage in London, we announced the winners of the Beard & Moustache contest, and we took a look at the Cincinnati Steampunk Salon. 

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Tuesday, December 9th, we dropped by the very first YMCA, visited the Bellingrath Gardens for the Christmas lights, and we presented a survey to find out what steampunks are like outside of the fandom.

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Wednesday, December 10th, we dropped in on the very first Nobel Prize awards, introduced Madame Dowd to the Pandora Society, and highlighted Symposium vendor KMK Designs.

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Thursday, December 11th, King Louis the XVI of France was charged with treason, we met Terry Huud and discussed the music of “1873: The Insidious Intrigue,” and gave our Weekend Recommendations.

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Friday, December 12th, the first ironside of the American Civil War sank, we added Ruby May to the Voodoo Carnival line up, and we featured Symposium vendor Altered History.

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Saturday,December 13th, we looked at the Manchester Martyrs, featured the Milwaukee Candle and Apothecary as a Symposium vendor, and looked at Anita Blake, a woman of awesomeness.

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Sunday, December 14th, Ohio and Michigan ended their war over the Toledo Strip, we presented the short story “Prometheus” for your reading pleasure, and then it was time for the Sunday Summary.

 

 

This coming week we shall meet more of the International Steampunk Symposium vendors, and we shall invite you around the world for a cup of tea!

By-the-way, only 16 days left to register for the
International Steampunk Symposium at the $45 rate!

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