I love trying out new and ridiculous ideas. It's one of my many weaknesses. So three years ago when local movie programming goddess Andrea Beesley (aka The Midnite Move Mamacita!) asked if I wanted to run a track at Phoenix Comicon together, how … [Continue reading] about Phoenix Ultimate Geek Smackdown bringing the geek-heat to Phoenix Comicon!
I was a Star Trek fan when Shatner was the only Captain the Enterprise had ever known, so it's sad for me to say I'm so disgusted with Star Trek right now I've lost all interest in seeing the new movie. The first problem was the lack of a new … [Continue reading] about Star Trek’s descent into marketing spam darkness
When Ignite Phoenix started several years ago the goal was to create a venue for people to share ideas and topics they loved. There are now a lot more events and groups in the Valley that encourage people to share in different ways, and Ignite … [Continue reading] about Why I still love Ignite Phoenix
What if you could no longer remember your past? Would you still be you? The food you love, the hobbies you enjoy, the job you have, and all the other parts of your life were partially shaped by other people you met and knew through your life. What … [Continue reading] about What if you forgot everyone you ever knew?
I find the greatest beauty in things that hold different meanings to different people. Things that speak to our shared human experience, but yet contain something unique for each person. In 1984 Leonard Cohen released Hallelujah. Little came of it … [Continue reading] about The holy, the broken, the powerful Hallelujah