Sunday Summary – January 18th, 2014

Sunday Summary Banner

So what did you miss this week?

heavy_gear_flourish

Monday, January 12th, the Aeronautical Society of Great Britain took flight, we looked at the Sacred Art of Tea, and there was an interview with me, Mr. Fox!

 

 

heavy_gear_flourish

Guns flare at the Battle of New OrleansTuesday, January 13th, the city of New Orleans burnt to the ground in 1830 . . . again, in 2014 the city celebrated and re-enacted the Battle of New Orleans 200 years later, and we revealed the official 2015 Voodoo Carnival poster.

 

heavy_gear_flourish

Wednesday, January 14th, who wanted Emperor Napoleon III dead in 1858? Dr. Pembroke gave further instruction for grave robbing, and Industrial Dis Ease Toys LLC joined the list of Symposium vendors. Also, the Uncommon Geek joined us for episode 40 of their biweekly podcast.

 

heavy_gear_flourish

Thursday, January 15th, Thomas Nast made an ass out of the Democrats, we learned how to make an illuminated menagerie, and we recommended a few things for the three day weekend.

 

heavy_gear_flourish

Friday, January 16th, Thomas Jefferson separated church from state, we announced our contest to design a steampunk pin for Kentucky and Indiana, and invited you to speed dating at the Voodoo Carnival.

 

heavy_gear_flourish

Saturday, January 17th, Anton Chekhov’s last play, The Cherry Orchard, debuted in Moscow, the HMAS Dauntless of Columbus, Ohio chronicled their 2014 adventures, and the Symposium detailed it lifetime membership, the Order of the Lion.

 

heavy_gear_flourish

Sunday, January 18th, cremation laws in Britain were challenged by the eccentric William Price, Dr. Pembroke gave us his short story “The Parable of the Box,” and then once each week . . . the Sunday Summary!

 

 

This coming week we shall have more details about the International Steampunk Symposium program and the famous Symposium Games!

heavy_gear_flourish 

 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Skip to toolbar