The Uncommon Geek podcast Episode 40: It’s the Frakking Future!!!

Welcome to 2015! Where the kids wear their clothes inside out, the government controls the weather, and Pepsi cost $50! Well, not quite… Troy and Neo sit down at Uncommon Geek HQ and discuss how different the real 2015 is compared to what we thought it was going to be like as young geeklings! Fun […]

Symposium Vendor – Industrial Dis Ease Toys LLC

WE offer a full range of sensation and violet wand toys, as well as steampunk canes, accessories, clothing and cosplay accessories. Come check out our sensation paws and infinite twists great for making you the most popular person at any party. We manufacture our toys for the best possible effect and you have to try it to […]

Pembroke’s Clinic – The Resurrection Men, Pt 2 – Protection

Onyxfeld, Early Winter Last week we began a brief study into the trade and industry of the infamous “body-snatchers,” those supposedly immoral and low collection of misfits who bravely and nobly provided the canvasses upon which the surgical artists could practice their work. However, not all have considered the less traditional perspectives and this week […]

This Day in History – January 14th, 1858

Louis-Napoléon Bonaparte was the first President of the French Second Republic and, as Napoleon III, the Emperor of the Second French Empire. He was the nephew and heir of Napoleon I. He was the first President of France to be elected by a direct popular vote. However, when he was blocked by the Constitution and Parliament […]

The Official 2015 Voodoo Carnival Poster is Here!

Ladies and Gentlemen, we are beyond thrilled to present to you the definitive Voodoo Carnival 2015 poster painted and designed by artist Billy Tackett! Billy Tackett will be one of our many amazing vendors at the Voodoo Carnival 2015, and this print (minus all the writing) will be available from him along with numerous other […]

The Battle of New Orleans 200 Years Later.

This past weekend in Louisiana, the final battle of the War of 1812, The Battle of New Orleans, was celebrated by living history re-enactors from the U.S., Canada, and Great Britain.  The Battle of New Orleans was fought in Chalmette, Louisiana. On June 18, 1812, President Madison signed a declaration of war due to British agitation […]

This Day in History – January 13th, 1830

The 1830’s were a good time for New Orleans and brought the French Quarter to its peak of prosperity. Thanks to cotton and sugar, New Orleans became one of the richest, fastest-growing cities in the U.S. Although the “American Sector” was developing rapidly, the French Quarter was still the center of retail trade (along Chartres) […]

Meet Mr. Fox

He is, depending on the day, the king or the familiar of the Cincinnati steampunk scene. You may know him better as Aloysius Fox. He works hard as the man behind the curtain, but it’s his role on-stage we’re here to discuss. Next month, Aloysius will be heading the festivities of the Voodoo Carnival as […]

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