Posts tagged "Chicago Nerd Social Club"
Isn’t it just the most perfect day outside, Chicago? My car is in the shop, but it was honestly a joy to walk to the train. Hopefully, the sun stays out for this GEEKend. Tomorrow might be the busiest Saturday I’ve ever covered. I am highlighting five events in this article. However, I’m aware of... Read more »
St. Patrick’s Day is huge in Chicago thanks to beer, parades, and the famous green dye in the Chicago River. Did you know that the dye is still a “secret formula?” SOMEONE has to know what’s in there- I can’t believe they’d let that much gunk get dumped, otherwise! I’ll be marching for... Read more »
I have a very awesome, much-anticipated press event to get to, so I am going to type this GEEKend’s local events AS FAST AS I CAN!! 1. The Rocky Horror Picture Show – Presented by the World of Weird Monster Show, a live cast is doing the Timewarp in Wilmette. Costumes and participation are encouraged.... Read more »
Golly gee, ChicagoNow audience. I sure do like you- the X-Wing doodles in your notebook, the way you look at LOLCats when your boss isn’t paying attention. You make my heart go pitter-patter. I just wanna get to know you better, and talk nerdy to you, and take you to amazing events like these: MONDAY the 8th... Read more »
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