Me and GenjiandProust just had a cup of coffee at New Harvest in the Arcade, and I wanted to make it official. [more inside]
Work will bring me to your fair town on October 24th and 25th. Having never been before, I would enjoy finding a fun place to drink the delicious beer of your land on Wednesday October 25th. I'm not precisely sure when I'll be done for the day, so a late-dinner may also be in the cards, depending on the timing...I'm thinking somewhere around 7-8pm? I'm staying at the Omni and enjoy walking but can grab a cab or whatever also.
So, Necronomicon is coming up again next week, and we managed a small meet up at the Trinity Brewhouse near the Biltmore hotel. I suggest we tryu and repeat the experience. It seems like Sunday, 23 August, around 5:30pm would let everyone attend all of the convention and still make the meet up. Any thoughts?
It's 2014. Time to finally plan the meetup I've been thinking about for years. I live in North Attleboro, about 30 minutes north of Providence, and am willing to host something in my neck of the woods or the general vicinity. At a restaurant? A bar? A library? An abandoned factory down by the river? I'm definitely looking for feedback, suggestions, creative co-hosts... [more inside]
Con-goers and non-goers can meet and bask in the crumbling vistas of Providence like a pack of wonder-loving grandmothers at the Trinity Brewhouse. It's just after the end of the con, and people should enjoy some of the fine beers before heading to their ancestral homes.
Performance: A New Cyberpunk Musical Comedy - 2010: Our Hideous Future: The Musical! (Providence, RI)
It’s the way, far future, AD 2010, and it’s a bad time to be human. Freedom fighter Kate Brick plans a final strike against the Artas, artificial life forms who control humankind through torture, brainwashing, and Foursquare. Can Kate and her sometime-lover Dehnise Compuserve make a difference, or is it already too late? "2010: Our Hideous Future" is a synthpop-infused, queer-friendly musical comedy homage to the great dystopian classics of the 1980s and '90s. It features brilliant riffs on classics like “Blade Runner,” “Max Headroom,” and “The Matrix,” and delightfully twisted tunes like "Near Futuristic Dystopia!" and "Bangor Boogie.” Tickets ($10) are available online or at the door. [more inside]
We shall meet at the Red Fez to celebrate mmmtofu's visit to Providence. Please confirm, since we will have to reserve a table downstairs (the upstairs menu is now quite limited).