FRIDAY! The Return of PowerPoint Karaoke!

This upcoming Friday (January 15th), PowerPoint Karaoke returns to life at the Fantasy Flight Games Center in Roseville! Join us for laughter and nerdery as we huddle together for warmth in middle of the bleak midwinter! And, in case that’s not enough for you, we’re also doing a few rounds of …

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CONvergence Is Imminent!

Every year, my life is consumed from April through July 4th weekend by CONvergence, a 7,000-person nerd hivemind that converges (heh) upon Bloomington, Minnesota every year. There will be panels and music and movies and things to eat and things to buy and things to drink and parties and Rollergirls and British …

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PowerPoint Karaoke and Judging a Book at Die Laughing!

This weekend, Fearless Comedy is holding their annual fundraiser by creating an insane 50-hour marathon of live comedy. The event is called Die Laughing, the event is being held for donation dollars, and you can totally find out what’s going on minute-by-minute BY CLICKING THIS LINK RIGHT HERE. The super-cool …

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Tonight and Saturday: Judging Books at Vilification Tennis

Tonight and tomorrow (July 26th and 27th), I will be running the video screen at the Vilification Tennis show at the Bryant-Lake Bowl. Vilification Tennis is essentially tennis played with insults, and it is one of the more popular and nerdy comedy shows in the Twin Cities. (It is also …

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Thank You, CONvergence

Last weekend was bonkers. It’s bonkers every year for me, because CONvergence always happens on/near the 4th of July weekend each year. As I’ve described previously in this blog, CONvergence is a sci-fi/fantasy smorgasbord convention that erupts yearly in Minneapolis, MN. This year was the convention’s 15th iteration, and it was …

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CONvergence Is Imminent!

One of the things consuming my life lately is CONvergence 2013, which will invade on July 4th and then continue through the weekend. CONvergence is the 800-pound gorilla of Minnesota conventions, where an expected 7,000 people will show up and proceed to nerd out, dress up, and boogie down until …

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