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.
In the 80’s when I was just a kid, I used to love PBS. When we only had Channels 2, 4, 9, 11, 13, 16, 22 and 53, I gravitated to the cartoons on 53 and the children’s programming on PBS, which was 13 and 16. Times were simpler back then.
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…
Entering the final weekend of Sketchfest, my wife and I attended The Fogelnest Files at Stage Werx in the Mission. I became acquainted with the work of Jake Fogelnest when he regularly popped up on VH1’s Best Week Ever. Then my wife and I DJed with him on Turntable.fm
Due to a misplaced item and a bout with illness we canceled our plans to attend a few events this weekend. This allowed us time to do a bunch of things. One of those things was watching the entirety of Season 17 of South Park.
So randomly last Monday I went to knightrideronline.com to read about the fate of the new tv show. I hadn’t watched anything more than the pilot, and I’d assumed it was probably canceled or close to being canceled. While there I confirmed neither thing but did see this cool banner at the top of the…
WonderCon 2009 was full of amazing experiences in Fandom, from meeting Television and Movie legends to just having a great time with my wife, it was one of the best weekends I’ve ever had.
After spending the day in line camped on Melrose Avenue with a group of women from Dekker_Daily and one guy ahead of us, and a slowly building line that eventually stretched around the block behind us, we had a really fun time at the Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles event last night in Hollywood.
We went to Super-Con in San Jose yesterday, which I used Twitter to post updates on throughout the day, but didn’t get around to posting here in the actual blog. It was a very small convention, located in the “South Hall” of the San Jose Convention Center. The South Hall is a manufactured structure that…