Dinosaur lovers, be sure to keep your eyes open and purchase Phoenix DinoCon tickets as soon as they become available for next year. It was a blast if you were able to get in, (I actually had a great time!) but I felt bad for the many disappointed fans who hadn’t pre-ordered tickets and were unable to get in, some even waiting for hours to see if any spots became available as the day wore
Geeks News Network enjoyed a day at the second annual DinoCon 2014 A. D. on August 2, 2015 at Phoenix Center for the Arts. 9. Velociraptor Vendor Hall. The Velociraptor vendor room, situated in the rear of Phoenix Center for the Arts, was chock full of awesome vendors that included Bookmans Entertainment Exchange, one of the awesome vendors. 8. The glorious August monsoons. DinoCon 2014 was at The Phoenix Center for the Arts, housed in a historic
Do you like dinosaurs? Of course you do. What kind of geek doesn’t like dinosaurs?! If you’re a dinogeek like me you’ll definitely enjoy The Paleoart of Julius Csotonyi. This lush, evocative, art book has definitely helped make my wait for Phoenix Dinocon (THIS WEEKEND 8/2!!) and Jurassic World (June 12, 2015) a little more tolerable. At the intersection of art, science, and history, paleoartists such as Julius Csotonyi have an integral part in shaping how the
When I was six years old, I saw a clip of a claymation triceratops gore a man. You could say from that point on I possessed a profound respect and intrigue for dinosaurs, a fascination only furthered with plastic dino toys, encyclopedic tomes on dinosaurs, posters pinned to the wall, and the holy canon for dino fans: Jurassic Park. Naturally then, such an event entitled DinoCon would be first and foremost on my must-attend list.
If there is a special place in your heart for the Dinosaurs TV series ("Not the Mama!") and you've spent majority of your life quoting Jurassic Park ("Life, uh, finds a way."), then you need to get pumped up for the first ever DinoCon here in Phoenix, AZ! The event takes place at the Arizona Museum of Natural History and attendance is FREE with prior registration. The sad news is due to the limited capacity the event is