While I haven’t been blogging so much due to time commitments I have been putting in to other things, it was good to come back and write this all out. It was a bit less busy year for concerts and events but those we attended were as good as ever.
All Things Must Pass: The Rise and Fall of Tower Records, Mark Z. Danielewski, and Vienna Teng.
This weekend, I did something pretty exciting. My wife and I spent Friday night amongst the Rebel Legion, the Droidbuilders, the lightsaber crafters and the 501st. Star Wars costumers and builders united for a private screening of Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens hosted by the Golden Gate Garrison.
STAR WARS CELEBRATION EPISODE VII It was a period of long queue lines. Thousands of people queued for many hours either to see a panel, obtain an autograph or purchase a limited edition item.
My wife thought it would be a good idea for me to document the little events that have made up the past couple of weeks, including Trio Sentier with Marika Hughes, and Game Loading: Rise of the Indies.
“Okay, campers, rise and shine, and don’t forget your booties ’cause it’s cooooold out there today. It’s coooold out there every day. What is this, Miami Beach? Not hardly. And you know, you can expect hazardous travel later today with that, you know, that, uh, that blizzard thing. That blizzard – thing. That blizzard –…
Every year I do one of these posts. I posted in the blog a lot less this year due to other activities taking up my time, but I have pulled together a list of some of my favorite things and biggest disappointments of the year and will likely be posting plenty more in 2015.
I decided on the last day of 2013’s Penny Arcade Expo that PAX didn’t feel like home anymore. It had a lot to do with the Penny Arcade creators and controversy but it also had to do with the fact that many of the awesome people we’ve met and connected with at PAX just weren’t going…
After a nice dinner at Dickey’s BBQ, my wife and I went and saw The LEGO Movie last night. The LEGO Movie was one of my most anticipated films for 2014. I am happy to say that the anticipation paid off.
It has been thirty years since David and Jerry Zucker collaborated with Jim Abrahams, and brought Val Kilmer to the screen as American Skeet Surf Rocker Nick Rogers in Top Secret! The film is still just as funny as it was the million or so times it ran on HBO…