Posts tagged "Battlestar Galactica"
I feel like I’ve come out of a haze. For about 2 months, I worked nonstop on costumes for Dragon Con. When I wasn’t building cosplay pieces, I was giving myself grief over cosplay pieces. “I shouldn’t be at this bar. I shouldn’t be at this show. I shouldn’t visit this person.” There was ONLY... Read more »
C2E2 is approaching quickly, so I’ve been VERY busy sewing. Thankfully, my friend from Fitness at Home volunteered to step in and write in my place. What a gal! Melanie Bolen, fellow ChicagoNow blogger, is an opportunist. She has met geeky celebrities several times in the name of charity. This guest article is all about... Read more »
Halo 4 comes out at midnight. The reviews are stellar, but I’ve been a little shocked by the amount of people claiming it will be “more fun” than waiting in line at the polls. People. Seriously. Vote. Vote. VOTE VOTE VOTE!! …*ahem.* Now that that’s out of the way, here are a few things to... Read more »
I’m posting twice in a day. Either I’m home alone on my couch, or it’s an exciting day to be a geek! …or both. It’s both. This time, I’m yapping about Cyphan. It’s a sci-fi and fantasy convention this weekend at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare. If you’ve never been to a con before, smaller events... Read more »
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