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Tek off somethin and pelt it away!

Instead of repeating myself in describing Cropover and the Grand Kadooment, I invite you to check out my friends from Tree Frog Trips and their post called… 708 more words


Boyd Clopton, designer.
The Jackson Five’s stage clothes.


The Search for the Best Scavenger Hunt Ends Here: The SF Hunt Seattle!

Chad and I have learned about a super cool new event coming to Seattle September 10 – the scavenger hunt to end all scavenger hunts: … 425 more words

City Adventures

Servant of all

While I was trying a new class, I decided to create a character for each of the other two classes I haven’t played. This is a Loremaster who I wanted to name for another Aes Sedai, perhaps Myrelle Berengari, but with only 5 servers on a game that’s been around this long, names are hard to come by, and she is called Iadessea (Aes Sedai, backwards). 84 more words


Arrow Season 4 Hoodie for Halloween

Halloween is the period of year in which people celebrate as All Hallows Eve. This celebration is recognizable on 31st of October over the globe. On tonight distinctive kind of exercises are arranged like, Trick or treating, watching viciousness motion pictures, celebrating, moving, wearing awful troupes, startling neighbors and so forth insulting the way that the most verifiably understood repeated occasion is trap or treating. 184 more words


No Larping Matter

Writer: Aaron Mason

Photographer: Anonymous

Illustrator: Veronica Mellere

People everywhere grind through their weeks to reach Friday’s end. For some it’s the night to mark off a weekend of socialising, for others Friday night is a time to recover from a hard week. 321 more words

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Wizard World Chicago 2016 Photos, Part 5: Last Call for Cosplay!

Previously on Midlife Crisis Crossover:

It’s that time of year again! Anne and I spent this weekend at Wizard World Chicago in scenic Rosemont, IL, where we generally had a blast surrounded by fellow fans of comics and genre TV/movies even though parts of it resemble hard work and our feet feel battle-damaged after three days of endless walking, standing, lining up, shuffling forward in cattle-call formation, and scurrying toward exciting people and things.

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