On Friday night, I ventured to Levi’s Stadium on a pilgrimage to meet one of my childhood heroes.
We spent Halloween weekend in Los Angeles, seeing Danny Elfman, Stan Lee’s Comikaze Expo, and TeamMate.
The last weekend in October is traditionally the time when Neil and Pegi Young bring together their friends and other musicians to raise money for The Bridge School.
On Friday night after work, we braved the cable car up California Street for an excellent performance by Daryl Hall and John Oates.
Back in August, I caught an RT by Max Temkin, which announced his participation in a gaming conference called TableFlip. It was going to be in San Francisco, so we were in.
This weekend was a very full one. We attended GaymerX2, a convention which emphasized providing a safe event for the LGBTQ community, but was inclusive for everyone too. We got tickets to attend because the folks behind Cards Against Humanity were sponsoring the event and we figured they’d have something cool for us there.
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…
Sunday was the big day. We’d paid a lot of money to have the opportunity to get an autograph and a photo op and preferential seating for a panel with Chris Hemsworth.
Having VIP passes for Wizard World meant that we could enter the exhibit hall 30 minutes earlier than the normal general admission folks on Saturday and Sunday. I didn’t realize how advantageous that would be when we made the purchase
Back in April 2010, we decided to branch out a bit and try out a Wizard World convention in Anaheim. We had heard tale of good Wizard World shows in Chicago, New York and Philadelphia.