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Three days ago, I promised a GEEKend events post. I realized, though, that all relevant goings-on are long-running shows. So, I’m tweaking the usual format. Here’s a special list of geeky theatre productions you can enjoy all month: 1. Hack/Slash – The comic book series Hack/Slash is a Chicago favorite. Its writer, Tim Seeley, is... Read more »
My apologies for not getting a GEEKend post up faster. I have good reason, though! On Tuesday, I took my first-ever trip to the ER. I was in line at Hot Doug’s, and had foolishly skipped breakfast. After an hour in the direct sunlight, I became severely dehydrated. I saw stars for a moment, and... Read more »
Geeks in Chicago have a lot to be thankful for. We’re constantly surrounded by friends, food, sweet comic shops, and not one but two beercades. Thanksgiving is a fantastic time to share the wealth and spread our good fortune. Here are a few ways to help others in Chicago this Turkey Day: 1. Donate Food,... Read more »
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