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Netflix Calls Closing Time On 'Stranger Things' Pop-Up Bar
Good news, Stranger Things fans! There's a very cool pop-up bar in Chicago's Logan Square celebrating everything Upside Down and Eggo waffles that's currently open and running until October 1st. But there's some bad news: I strongly advise that if you can make it there then you probably should; and if you do go, you might want[...]
Kapow 2012: Kieron Gillen And The £10.70 Glass Of Wine
I didn't. Anyway, here is the writer of Uncanny X-Men, Kieron Gillen, who has just bought a glass of red wine at the Hilton hotel bar, next door to Kapow, and he is trying to get anyone who will listen to guess how much his normal, standard glass of red wine cost here No one comes[...]
ECCC: Tr!ckster And Live Art After Hours
We are not picking up his bar tab. I don't appear to learn from my mistakes After being terribly hung over from Friday's reporting, I went out once again to get equally smashed last night Only I originally had one event I was planning to go see, and that was the ECCC Official Live Art Event[...]
The Lion's Head Pub Of The Marvel Universe
It's been open since 2002, offering "wings, beer, and sports".  You know the kind of place. But not only can you find it in our universe, it seems to have become a favourite watering hole for the journalists of the Marvel Universe too. The Punisher #4 saw Ben Ulrich meet up with Norah Winters at a bar[...]
Wednesday Runaround – The Cosplay's The Thing
It can cost as much as $50,000 a year for feed, veterinarian services, and winter-time heating of barns and water troughs for a total of 200 animals The couple also run a guest house for humans whose profits are poured into the animal sanctuary. Possible poisoning victim ID'd as Somerville comics store owner – Somerville –[...]
Tr!ckster, The Creator Owned Comic Bar For San Diego Comic Con
With Tr!ckster. The San Diego Wine And Culinary Center wine bar directly across the road (and the tram tracks) from San Diego Comic Con will be transformed for one week into Tr!ckster, a 4,500 square foot area for comic creators to launch books or sell limited runs of new books or items with gallery space for[...]