Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Haunting LIVE 2016

For those who don't follow me on twitter or happened to miss my tweet about it, The Long Lost will be hitting the stage in the following locations:

April 10th - Dingbatz - Clifton, NJ
April 22nd - Half-Way to Halloween Show with This Way to the EGRESS at Roxy & Dukes - Dunellen, NJ
May 13th - The Goblin Market at the Steampunk World's Faire - Piscataway, NJ
May 21st - Zombie X Festival - Calverton, NY
May 26th - Lovecraft Bar - NYC
June 10th - Steampunk in the Catskills II with Jeff Mach and Friends at the Blackthorne Resort - Durham, NY
June 22nd - Machine Night Club - Boston, MA
July 29th - Tatsu-Con - Buffalo, NY
July 30th - Tatsu-Con - Buffalo, NY
July 31st - Tatsu-Con - Buffalo, NY
September 23rd - Venue TBA - East Haven, CT
September 24th - DARQ at KOTO - Salem, MA
September 25th - Radio Bean - Burlington, VT
October 14th - Halloween In The Catskills with Jeff Mach & Friends - Durham, NY
November 11th - Steampunk November - Mansfield, TX
November 12th - Steampunk November - Mansfield, TX
November 13th - Steampunk November - Mansfield, TX
 
If you like The Long Lost and want to stay up to date with what they're up to, hit up their website.

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Help an Artist Out

Robert Tritthardt, creator of the webcomics Writhe and Shine and Overcast with a Chance of Doom, needs your help.  Working on these comics is his chosen and only job.  In order to keep a roof over his head and feed his furry companion, he needs to raise more monthly pledges for his Patreon campaign.  What's Patreon?  It's a crowdfunding platform that allows artists to obtain funding from their fans/supporters on a recurring basis.

If you enjoy reading these webcomics and want to see them continue, head on over to Robert's Patreon Page and pledge.  Any amount will help.  Even $1 a month.

Friday, March 18, 2016

Plans?

Occasionally, I like to collect magazine articles that pertain to homemade health and beauty treatments.  Since I don't have a folder, I end up cramming them into my nightstand.  So, last weekend, my mother gave me a planner to store them in.



Besides storing papers, what would I use this thing for?  It's not like I have a booming social life or even a social life at all.  So, what the hell would I'd be planning for?  Should I bother with decorating it?  That would give me something to do.

The planner does have a section for phone numbers and addresses.  I could use it just for that.  Do people still store phone numbers and addresses on paper?  Or is everything kept on cell phones now?  Share your thoughts in the comments.
 

Tuesday, March 8, 2016

For the Darkly Inclined

Hello, readers.  Want to find more media that shares your interests in all things dark?  Then, I recommend checking out The Belfry Network.  It's a site that provides links to blogs, podcasts, and videos that cater to dark culture.  The site is run by a guy called The Count, who also has a podcast called Cemetery Confessions.

The podcast delves into news related to the goth community.  I've only listened to a couple of episodes so far, but I found them to be very informative and entertaining.  Well, that's all I have to share with you today.  Til next time.