[ASIDE: I started writing this last week but hadn't yet posted it. Seems appropriate that it goes up now, on International Women's Day.] I am a Ghostbusters fan. I love both movies (and, yes, I more than occasionally do the lines along with the films). I watched the cartoon growing up. I lamented my lack … Continue reading Who You Gonna Call? Kick Ass Women!
If you make it, they will come – No.Va. Mini Maker Faire
Around the middle of March, I took part in Northern Virginia's Mini Maker Faire, held at South Lakes High School and Langston Hughes Middle School, in Reston, VA. To my knowledge, this was the first such fair in Northern Virginia. There have been several mini maker faires held fairly locally before - Silver Spring being … Continue reading If you make it, they will come – No.Va. Mini Maker Faire
Costume Heroes – “Uncle Marty”
We all have heroes when we start out in costuming. I'm not talking about the latex and tights-clad superpowered characters who people the comics we read and the movies we watch. I'm talking about the people we meet in our first, fumbling attempts at costuming - whether it be for Halloween, some at-home D&D or … Continue reading Costume Heroes – “Uncle Marty”
You mean I have to keep smiling?
Hello all! I’m Megan’s friend Angelica. She’s mentioned me a couple times here. I guess I’m going to be a contributor now. Back in April Meg asked me to write something about my experience attending Wonder-Con, in San Francisco. It’s a tad late I know. But enjoy. I’ll be the first to admit that part … Continue reading You mean I have to keep smiling?
Dragon*Con 2011 con report #1 – Final day of prep and Thursday
Doo dee doo dee doo.... ::wanders casually into the room:: Doo dee doooooo ::looks around cautiously:: Alright. Now seems as good a time as any to start the con reports for Dragon*Con 2011. Oh sure, I hear you..."No, Meg. A good time would've been about two months ago." Pshaw! Didn't you know? Two months is … Continue reading Dragon*Con 2011 con report #1 – Final day of prep and Thursday