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This Week in Geek (7/10/17–7/16/17)

Welcome to This Week in Geek, your guide to events of interest to the Minnesota geek community for the week of Monday, July 10th through Sunday, July 16th. Gaymer Space: Pride in the Cities What: Gaming, Meetup, Community When: Tuesday, July 11th at 5:00 p.m. Where: GlitchHQ GlitchHQ will be hosting Gaymer Space, a monthly event giving the LGBTQ+ community a place to gather, game, and geek out over shared interests like video games, board games, and the industry....

This Week in Geek (6/26/17–7/2/17)

Welcome to This Week in Geek, your guide to events of interest to the Minnesota geek community for the week of Monday, June 26th through Sunday, July 2nd. Spin with Cyn: Complicated Fun Party What: Nightlife, Books When: Monday, June 26th at 6:00 p.m. Where: Grumpy’s Northeast Help Cyn Collins celebrate the release of Complicated Fun: The Birth of Minneapolis Punk and Indie Rock, 1974–1984, a book devoted to the Twin Cities music scene, by enjoying DJ sets from...

This Week in Geek (6/12/17–6/18/17)

Welcome to This Week in Geek, your guide to events of interest to the Minnesota geek community for the week of Monday, June 12th through Sunday, June 18th. Movies in the Parks: The Martian What: Movies When: Monday, June 12th 9:00 p.m. Where: Bryant Square Park The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board will be presenting movies in various parks throughout the city over the course of the summer, and one of the screenings this week is The Martian, a...

This Week in Geek (6/5/17–6/11/17)

Welcome to This Week in Geek, your guide to events of interest to the Minnesota geek community for the week of Monday, June 5th through Sunday, June 11th. Tabletop Tuesdays What: Gaming, Meetup When: Tuesday, June 6th at 5:00 p.m. Where: GlitchHQ In this casual game night, bring your own games or make use of Glitch’s tabletop game library. Organizers will be there to help teach games, and all skill levels are encouraged to attend. Universe Criterion Club What:...

This Week in Geek (5/29/17–6/4/17)

Welcome to This Week in Geek, your guide to events of interest to the Minnesota geek community for the week of Monday, May 29th through Sunday, June 4th. Memorial Day Weekend at Fort Snelling What: Educational When: Monday, May 29th at 10:00 a.m. Where: Fort Snelling Take Memorial Day as an opportunity to connect with Minnesota history through the military lens of Fort Snelling. Hang out with costumed interpreters and learn the many stories behind this historic fort, including...

This Week in Geek (5/8/17–5/14/17)

Welcome to This Week in Geek, your guide to events of interest to the Minnesota geek community for the week of Monday, May 8th through Sunday May 14th. Books & Bars: Locally Laid What: Books, Meetup When: Tuesday, May 9th at 6:15 p.m. Where: Indeed Tap Room Books and Bars is an “open public book club show” hosted and moderated by Minnesota Public Radio senior producer Jeff Kamin that provides attendees with “a unique atmosphere for a lively discussion...

4 Highlights Worthy of Worship from the American Gods Premiere

I have been a fan of Neil Gaiman since I discovered his book Neverwhere when I was in college. His gritty urban fantasy gripped me immediately, and I was instantly transformed into a lifelong fan. I track him on Twitter, wonder where exactly in or near our state he lives, attend as many of his local talks as I can get to, and devour his new works. In fact, when I was pregnant with my son, my husband and...

This Week in Geek (4/17/17–4/23/17)

Welcome to This Week in Geek, your guide to events of interest to the Minnesota geek community for the week of Monday April 17th through Sunday, April 23rd. Figure Drawing Salon What: Arts When: Monday, April 17th at 6:30 p.m. Where: Event Horizon The Geek Partnership Society’s Arts Initiative hosts a figure-drawing salon at the Waterbury Center at 6:30 p.m. on the third Monday of each month. For a $5 fee, attendees can participate in a three-hour drawing session...

Pocket-Sized Poems at Twin Cities Bookstores Explore the Theme of Migration

“As a child, I marked the year by the honking of Canadian geese making their way south and then north,” said Abby Travis, editor at Minneapolis nonprofit publisher Milkweed Editions. “Migration was part of my calendar, the way I marked time and the change of seasons. I knew if the geese were early or late, I was fascinated by how they knew when to go or where to go, how to get there, and where they stopped along the...

Books Meet Baking at the Edible Book Festival

The Edible Book Festival is an international event combining literary love and baking skill. Hubs all over the world are welcome to participate as long as they follow three rules: The event must be on April 1 or close to it. The reason for this is that it is the birthday of Jean-Anthelme Brillat-Savarin, a French gastronome who wrote a book centered on food. The baked item must be book-related, even if it doesn’t replicate the book itself. It could...
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