Symposium Session – How to Teapot Race

How to Teapot Race Presented by Stephen Chapman

“Deadpool” Film Review

On Feb. 12th, 2016 one of the most highly anticipated movies in the Superhero genre was released. On Feb. 11th I was lucky enough to snag some tickets to an early screening of it. Now, to say Deadpool was highly anticipated is no understatement. Fans of the red suited anti-hero have been clamoring for this […]

February 18th, 1930 – The Discovery of Pluto

While studying photographs taken in January, Clyde Tombaugh discovers Pluto on February 18th, 1930.

The Uncommon Geek podcast Episode 75: Multi-topic Geekery with Matt Gibbs!

Sweet! We have Matt Gibbs back on the podcast! Well, more like he has our Fearless Boss Monkey on the podcast… A few weeks ago, Matt sat our Boss Monkey Troy down to talk about all the things to help him get out of his medicine-induced apathy and to get back into the realm of […]

Symposium Session – Writer’s Workshop 1

Writer’s Workshop 1: Hemingway Happy Hour Presented by Emilie P. Bush, Leanna Renee Hieber & Taversia Join successful published authors, as well your fellow amateur writing enthusiasts at the first Writer’s Workshop, the Hemingway Happy Hour. You’ll meet and greet, as well as learn the plans for the weekend’s writing activities.

Pandora Cinematheque – The Gunfighter

Somewhere in the wild west frontier, a lone, weary gunman stumbles into the wrong saloon, where a mysterious god-like narrator holds sway over the miscreant, sinful occupants… oh, and it also stars Nick Offerman…

February 17th, 1864 – Submarine Attack!

On February 17th, 1864, The Hunley attacked and sank the 1240-short ton (1124 metric tons) screw sloop USS Housatonic, which had been on Union blockade-duty in Charleston’s outer harbor. This made it the first submarine to engage and sink a warship.

Symposium Games & Contests – Tea Dueling

Tea Dueling The Mad Hatter’s Challenge “’Your hair wants cutting,’ said the Hatter. He had been looking at Alice for some time with great curiosity, and this was his first speech. ‘You should learn not to make personal remarks,’ Alice said with some severity; ‘it’s very rude.’” The noble art of tea dueling is a way […]

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