Hello to all you Fans, Dorks, Geeks and Nerds out there in Fanland and welcome back to another amazing adventure of Fanboy Rant. In this week's adventure, your Fanboy gets the pleasure of getting to sit down with the Amazing, Spectacular, and Uncanny Miss Rachel Rae!!! We talk about her incredible
Hello to all you Fans, Dorks, Geeks and Nerds out there in Fanland and welcome back to another amazing adventure of Fanboy Rant. In this week's adventure, your Fanboy gets the pleasure of getting to sit down with the outstanding Lara Lunardi. we go over her transition from Brazil to
Calling all Sirs and Madams of the Steampunk universe! I recently stumbled upon a wonderful, not quite so new web series devoted to all things Steampunk, with a ghostly twist! If you like tales of adventure and mystery, and tend to take pride in your bustier and/or mustache, then I've
A little while ago, I posted an article about my pirate pals in the Heavy Mahogany band The Dread Crew of Oddwood based out of San Diego. They played Tempe's Buccaneer Brewfest last year with local epic metal band Adavant. They were very well received by my friends and me,
I’m not sure why I didn’t do this earlier, but I wanted to promote one of my new favorite bands with you all, while they’re still fresh in my mind.
Last summer, I posted a review of an event held here in Phoenix AZ – the 1st annual Buccaneer Brewfest. On
Los Angeles, with its beaches and beautiful weather, is a great place to spend a week or two of vacation, and while there are plenty of the usual things to do, here are a few that you perhaps didn't know about and may want to take the time to see.
Are you Geek Chic? You would have been if you had visited Clockwork Couture's Geek Chic event. The wonderful local artists in the courtyard of the shop (complete with Tardis!) could have dressed you from head to toe in custom and hand made art and design of every color and
The space shuttle Endeavor flew over the University of Arizona at an altitude of approximately 1500 feet at 11:15 AM today. It was clearly visible from the U of A campus.
Per an AZ StarNet article, the shuttle made the low-altitude flyover as a tribute to shuttle astronaut and ex-Navy SEAL