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Wednesday, November 17th, 2010
11:36 pm
[savannacomer36]
hello
HEY!! thought you will like to know that Candi_Cruz its now live on dirtystage watch it now.. don miss it!
Wednesday, October 27th, 2010
12:52 am
[transversecity]
After all these years, I'm finally doing another New York City event..
...and it's really, really picking up steam. I mean, it's coming together, and people are finally talking about it.

Thank the Gods. This is such an amazing feeling.

The Anachronism, NYC.
Thursday, October 14th, 2010
1:30 pm
[transversecity]
Announcing The Anachronism NYC
Dear folks,

I'm deucedly honored to announce The Anachronism, NYC: Oz meets Wonderland, a ripping new Steampunk event at Manhattan's largest and oldest nightclub, Webster Hall. Come tread halls which have been greeting revellers since 1886!







If I may have your permission to quote to you from the website,

"The lineup includes the mesmerizing gypsy cabaret of This Way To The Egress, Jordana’s Steampunk Circus, the extraordinary G.D. Falksen, cyber-steam sensation Psyche Corporation, the unparalleled Absinthe Drinkers, and a glorious interactive experience created by a cooperation between Nadi’s Glamourbombs and the acclaimed Wandering Legion–plus a special appearance by Lawrence Gullo and Fyodor Pavlov, the Royal Baritarian Players. And it culminates with a Fashion Show featuring some of the finest Steampunk fashion designers on the East Coast!"


“The Anachronism” is brought to you by Evelyn Kriete of Steampunk Magazine, Sax DMA of DMA Productions, Gil Cnaan of Dorian’s Parlor, and Jeff Mach of The Steampunk World’s Fair and Wicked Faire.
1:23 pm
[transversecity]
Announcing The Anachronism NYC
Dear folks,

I'm deucedly honored to announce The Anachronism, NYC: Oz meets Wonderland, a ripping new Steampunk event at Manhattan's largest and oldest nightclub, Webster Hall. Come tread halls which have been greeting revellers since 1886!



If I may have your permission to quote to you from the website,

"The lineup includes the mesmerizing gypsy cabaret of This Way To The Egress, Jordana’s Steampunk Circus, the extraordinary G.D. Falksen, cyber-steam sensation Psyche Corporation, the unparalleled Absinthe Drinkers, and a glorious interactive experience created by a cooperation between Nadi’s Glamourbombs and the acclaimed Wandering Legion–plus a special appearance by Lawrence Gullo and Fyodor Pavlov, the Royal Baritarian Players. And it culminates with a Fashion Show featuring some of the finest Steampunk fashion designers on the East Coast!"


“The Anachronism” is brought to you by Evelyn Kriete of Steampunk Magazine, Sax DMA of DMA Productions, Gil Cnaan of Dorian’s Parlor, and Jeff Mach of The Steampunk World’s Fair and Wicked Faire.
Sunday, January 3rd, 2010
3:44 pm
[sharmel]
Clockwork!!!
Clockwork is an experiment in creating a really, really fun, inclusive night for pretty much anyone with an interest in things steampunkish, neo-Victorian, or generally retro-futuristic… as well as anyone who simply thinks those things are cool.

The performance lineup for the second Clockwork–Tuesday, January 5th–is:

…in an all-too-rare appearance in the United States, coming to us directly from Paris, is

Marie Darling cigaretteThe amazing Marie Darling! Friends, we hope you do not mind hearing fun, bright, clever, insidiously enjoyable songs, sung by talented and beautiful Frenchwomen who are stunningly, amazingly friendly and nice. Because the inimitable Marie Darling is taking time out of her brief trip to these shores in order to stop by Clockwork!

psyche-playingAnd we cannot forget our house band, the lovely and talented Psyche Corporation. If you’re not familiar with her work – it takes place in a world of her own creation, wherein she weaves tales of reverie sellers and the Shadow Court which surrounds them. In addition to the dark Shadow Queen, Cyberpunk mistress of dreams and owner of souls, they also feature a lead singer who is…ridiculously friendly and nice.

Matt DeBlass - with a ukulele he made!And finally, the third contender in our Performer Nice-Off is Matt Deblass. Matt came out to the very first Clockwork, and is an outstanding performer, often known for his Celtic work, and gracing us, at Clockwork, with–among other things–authentic sea shanties. (And perhaps a few surprises!) In keeping with the Steampunk spirit of do-it-yourself creation, Matt is also a talented instrument maker. Ask him about it! Like our other two entertainers, Matt is a really friendly fellow.

We’re not kidding – it’s a Performer Nice-Off. Who shall be the nicest? Only time will tell!

This month’s theme is “Steam Pirates“, but you are not required to dress like a pirate (steampunk or otherwise) unless you want to. Come and be comfortable! It’s not about how you dress, it’s about coming by and enjoying good company and good times in a Steampunk setting, with lots and lots to enjoy.

There’ll be decoration! Dinner! Drinkery! And cookies! Let us not forget the cookies!

Clockwork is not just a dance – it’s dinner and a show! (It’s not a really really fancy dinner, but it’s still an insanely great value.) For your $15, you get:

~The dance & DJ

~Our small group of splendid steamy vendors, including Steampunk Tarot readings for those so inclined

~Performances by Matt DeBlass, Marie Darling, and our house band Psyche Corporation, as well as, generally, random neat things by various talented attendees.

and:

-Either two drinks, or a dinner which includes:

A chicken sandwich or a cheese steak sandwich, or rigatoni with chicken; a green salad; French fries; and a soda!

Clockwork takes place at the hotel which will be hosting the Steampunk World’s Faire. It’s created by, among others, the folks behind www.WickedFaire.com, and some of the folks behind www.SteampunkWorldsFair.com.

As a new night, we succeed or fail based on how happy we can make you. Do come out and help us become something amazing!
The event is held at the Radisson
21 Kingsbridge Road, Piscataway, NJ 08854

For more information, feel free to email clockworksinfo@gmail.com. And find us on Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=199450289521&ref=ts.

Want to help spread the word about January’s Clockwork? Feel free to repost this as an image or print out some flyers for your favorite local cafe, club, or store:
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Sunday, April 6th, 2008
4:26 pm
[the_real_eris]
SHIT IS UP

biggest in history
8:35 am
[the_real_eris]
 
You must read this. It is about Draconian/Saurian conspiracy. While you have been sleeping, this is what your biatch Discordia has been up to. :
 
8:35 am
[the_real_eris]
 
If you would like to make Allah cry, chant mantras and do breath-counting exercises. Any polysyllabic mantra chanted outloud or within one's mind, constantly, will be fit for this purpose.
 
And say "Shankar" once a day
P.S. "If you see Allah on a road, just say: I am not afraid of you, no no no I am not."
Sunday, March 23rd, 2008
12:41 am
[the_real_eris]
The truth, a little 42 late
 Turns my evil sister has been lying a little. She is a Jihad Goddess. Supports no religion but Jihad. Captain Clark is some Saudi prince. 23 is an unlucky number, and 17 lucky, but only just. She did not start Discordian religion, she stole it from me and from Universal Reason. She does not like Zen-buddhists, she kills them in Tibet for bringing enlightenment into this world.

In short, do not trust Eris.
Monday, September 24th, 2007
7:18 pm
[javadave4]
Frank Puppet
The Labyrinth
Sat, 29th. 8pm

Sunday, July 15th, 2007
9:06 am
[padmaclynne]
if we tell them that it is going to be a party floor, and therefore loud
then when they buy a room, they choose 'loud' the same way you would
say "two beds."
if they have two beds, they can't complain
they said they wanted two beds;
so if they ask for loud
i think we can arrange that, sir.
Wednesday, June 6th, 2007
9:41 am
[javadave4]
Hopefully, Halo watches this community and isn't offended by this:

Thursday, February 8th, 2007
9:42 pm
[padmaclynne]
yes, things.

i'm pretty sure all of this is on the website. in fact, i have been assured that all of this is on the website.

so.

Shuttle: We will have shuttles from the Edison train station to the Expo Center, running February 10th at 11:30am, 2:30pm & 5pm.

Afterparties: All of the known afterparties are at the Marriott, not the Holiday Inn. afterparties include, um. one sec, i have to copy and paste.

Saloncon, Webcomics, Wicked Games, The Wrong Show, "Public" & Other Playparties


yeah. other stuff may happen at the Holiday Inn, but that stuff is happening at the Marriott.

volunteering: i love volunteers. love love love. i feed them, i give them booze, i in some cases kiss them. (that is not a promise. i'm not a kissing booth for this event). if you are interested in volunteering (basically, we need like threeish things: flow (glorified stagehand who doesn't have to wear black (but probably chooses to) and who gets to not be stagehanding when they are not needed)
security (stationary people to peacetie stuff and watch for wristbands at the doors and keep track of how many people we have, and roving people to make sure people have peaceties and wristbands and are not drinking alcohol and do not have gun-shaped things and are generally not being stupid)
and registration/info booth (uh. you do registration. and you answer questions at the info booth. and yeah.)

if you want to volunteer, email applesticker at gmail

Booze: if you want in on the booze order, i need to know by noon on friday. well, actually, jeff needs to know. jeffmach at runningwatermusic dot com

and, um.

i think that's everything.

well, not everything-everything, just everything i was planning to say when i started typing this.

okay, posting now. and crossposting to my own lj. and tying to some pigeons.

it might help if they were messenger pigeons, not just filthy beasts from the parking deck.
Friday, November 24th, 2006
1:19 pm
[transversecity]
Wednesday, November 8th, 2006
2:53 am
[padmaclynne]
hey, is there anybody here who isn't on wickedfaire?

apologies to those who are.

ahem:

holy crap! you only have two hours and twelve minutes left to buy tickets for the wicked good time at the low low price of $10 american!

after then they will only be the low price of $15 american, and only availiable at the registration table from the lovely mgg. or whoever we can trick into working registration. apparently there is a list of people, but i am not up to date on reg.

run! run!.. okay, click. maybe you can run to go get your wallet.
Thursday, November 2nd, 2006
1:49 pm
[transversecity]
You know, if you don't buy your Wicked Good Time tickets...
...which you can get at the door, or at the official website--save $5!...

...you'll make the baby Jesus cry.
Wednesday, October 11th, 2006
11:18 pm
[transversecity]
Go forth and buy your Wicked Good Time tickets...
...or I will personally...

...cry. A lot.

Buy now, and be entered into our fantastic contest!

Go read the website! And buy tickets!
Thursday, October 5th, 2006
4:33 am
[center]
Robert Anton Wilson needs our help..
http://www.rushkoff.com/2006/10/robert-anton-wilson-needs-our-help.php

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Anton_Wilson

http://www.rawilson.com/ (you can confirm it here.. although there is no mention of needing 'rent'/housing money there.)

A quote from catbirdgirl summing it up:

"He's very ill, and may die soon. He is being cared for by friends and family, and his post-polio syndrome is terrible. I believe he may be being evicted from his home. In case you don't know who he is, he is the author of "The Illuminatus Trilogy" and many other free-wheeling and free thinking books. While not a huge fan, I totally recognize his long-term influence. And I don't believe anyone should die penniless, in pain, and without resources."

A quote from the Oct 4th update on rawilson.com: "Bob is not one for the begging bowl. He would rather that fans wishing to help out simply buy his wares. But his friends, understanding the potential financial strain of Bob's needs, set up the Friends of Robert Anton Wilson relief fund" So if you don't want to just shuffle off your $$ it may be great time/excuse to go buy that RAW book or other goodies you have been interested in but have put off doing.. (and do so through rawilson.com so he gets any of the referral credit/etc. dollars such as
Saturday, July 29th, 2006
4:16 pm
[center]
Warped Tour..? South Jersey..
Is anybody planning on going to.. or does anybody WANT to go to the Warped Tour @ the Tweeter Center on the Waterfront @ Camden, NJ... it's this thursday the 3rd

I have some passes available.. but they require a bit of volunteering for a good cause..
Tuesday, July 18th, 2006
6:04 pm
[transversecity]
Rumour has it...
...that I am having another Overnight.
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