Sunday Summary – September 6th, 2015

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So what did you miss this week?

We interviewed robots from the 25th century, took a peek at upcoming Steampunk and other nerdy films for Fall and Winter, talked to writer Milton Davis, danced to Space Disco, traveled to the realm of American Gods, blew things up at the Makers’ Faire, and then some . . .

Monday, August 31st, 2015

Felix Silla at the All Night Flea Market

On August 31st, 1864, General Sherman marched on Atlanta, John N. Collins interviewed sci-fi actor Felix Silla, and we flew in the first ever dirigible with no idea of how to land!

Tuesday, September 1st, 2015

On September 1st, 1914 the last passenger pigeon died in the Cincinnati Zoo, M. Leigh Hood presented us with upcoming Steampunk (and other nerdy) films for Fall and Winter, and Psyche Corporation started a Kickstarter campaign to fund the release of their latest album, Romance of the Counter-Elite.

Wednesday September 2nd, 2015

Theodore Roosevelt spoke softly and carried a big stick on September 2nd, 1901, a cinematic review of The Maker came to you from Dr. Pembroke, and Ofeibea Loveless gave us her interview with writer Milton Davis.

Thursday, September 3rd, 2015

Disaster struck on September 3rd, 1878 when the SS Princess Alice was accidentally sunk by the SS Bywell Castle, Chris Pavesic reported on the mythical House on the Rock, and we had Outer Space Music from the Space Disco band SpAce.

Friday, September 4th, 2015

On September 4th, 1888 George Eastman registered the trademark Kodak and received a patent for his camera that uses roll film, and Phoebe Darqueling gave us a review of Whitechapel Gods.

Saturday, September 5th, 2015

On September 5th, 1862, two British meteorologists set the record for ballooning heights, and Katie Lynn Daniels brought us a report of the recent Cincinnati Maker Faire.

Sunday, September 6th, 2015

September 6th, 1901 saw the assassination of US President William McKinley by anarchist Leon Czolgoszand then it was time for the Sunday Summary 🙂

Coming Next Week . . .

. . . reports from DragonCon 2015, book reviews, and this other thing that is so strange that we don’t even know how to describe it.


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