Changes to the Cincinnati Steampunk Salon

The first gathering of the League of Cincinnati Steampunks was on October 15th, 2008, which means that the Cincinnati Steampunk scene is drawing ever closer to its tenth anniversary. In that time the numbers have grown from six people to an average of 60 people per month, and sometimes over 100 people, but for a […]

RVA Steampunk Salon, Sept 2016

Last weekend saw the 11th consecutive Richmond Steampunk Salon in Richmond, VA. It was held at a 19th century fire house turned restaurant and bar called Station 2. Station 2 is a new venue for us, over the past couple of months they have treated us very well and it has become our new regular […]

Cincinnati Steampunk Salon – September 2016 Report

This month many of the core Cincinnati Steampunk Salon crew were on an away mission to Atlanta, GA for Dragon Con, so Salon regular and veteran Star Trek fan Edmund W. Charlton graciously offered to look after the gathering . . . in fact he went a step further and brought a unique theme to this month’s […]

Cincinnati Steampunk Salon – August 2016 Report

This past weekend saw the August 2016 gathering for the Cincinnati Steampunk Salon. This month the crew of Airship Ashanti played host at the Salon and set up a colorful bazaar to raise funds for their non-profit, philanthropic activities.

Cincinnati Steampunk Salon – July 2016 Report

With all the Fourth of July parties occurring this weekend, we predicted that there would be a lower turn out for the Cincinnati Steampunk Salon, but 60 ladies and chaps gathered at Molly Mallone’s on July 2nd, 2016 and had a jolly good time!

The Best Cincinnati Steampunk Salon EVER!

Saturday May 7th, 2016 saw the most rocking and loudest Cincinnati Steampunk Salon that there ever has been.

Frenchy & the Punk return to Cincinnati!

Frenchy & the Punk‘s show is a carnival of two that will take you from the Moulin Rouge to CBGBs and back again. A rollicking flapper folk punk steampunk cabaret with Taiko meets Rio de Janeiro pounding drum instrumentals. Imagine Siouxsie Sioux and Dee Dee Ramone had a duo that was inspired by Django Reinhardt, Edith […]

The Men That Will Not Be Blamed for Nothing

The Men That Will Not Be Blamed for Nothing (AKA “The Men”) are a steampunk band from London. Their name is a reference to the chalked graffiti discovered above a section of blood-stained apron thought to have been discarded by Jack the Ripper as he fled the scene of Catherine Eddowes‘ murder. They describe themselves as […]

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