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News in pictures On Facebook Arts & Ents blogs How would you like to read it yourself? asked the radio producer...Back in 2009, an unknown producer going by the name of Deadboy burst on to the scene with a track ca... Sisters are doing it for
Get a glimpse of a fantastical factory in this steampunk fable about work Over at post-apocalyptic site Quiet Earth, we got a glimpse the concept trailer for a movie called Oculista that we hope will actually get made someday. It's a kind of
Buy Nathan Fillion's steampunk cybernetic arm from Castle On the episode "Punked" of the sleuthing show Castle , Nathan Fillion's mystery novelist Richard Castle investigated a steampunk society in New York City. At one point, our hero dons a
The Australian rock 'n' roll circus, Circus Oz, holds Steampunk Night...It's that aesthetic of romance meets technology, and everything is hand-made and steam-powered. Come to the first of two Circus Oz performances dressed in steampunk regalia and
In this alleged canned demo reel, watch as the Caped Crusader leaps from Victorian Gotham City rooftop to cobblestone walkway.
Yes, at Street Theatre Company This Weekend Posted by Martin Brady on Fri, Feb 24, 2012 at 5:01 AM Tommy in Concert When: Continues through Sunday, Feb. 26 Where: Street Theatre Company at East Academy, 108 Chapel Ave. Some of us are old enough to
Get out your petticoats and top hats for the Edwardian Ball that will be in town (from the Bay Area) tonight at the Belasco Theater in Downtown Los Angeles fomr 7pm until 2am. There will be music, cirque performances, DJs, dancing, art and lots of
Richard Saker for the Observer Nick Harkaway is a hyphen-novelist. A tragical-comical-historical-pastoral novelist, if you like; or more precisely in the case of this second book a fantasy-gangster-espionage-romance novelist. The Gone-Away World ,
This edition of our regular weekend entertainment preview is tailored for fans of comics, sci-fi and steampunk...Next: This weekend's Geek-o-meter reaches its zenith with the release of "Star Wars: Episode 1 -- The Phantom Menace" in 3D...Hordes of "
Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century , a special issue on the Victorian East End . From Neo-Victorian Studies, a special issue on Visual and Material Culture and/in Neo-Victorianism , including Christine Ferguson (Glasgow):