In a black box theatre tucked in the basement of the High School of Art and Design, something magical happened. Attendees of Fanfaire 2018 had the chance to test their skills out in Dwarven Forge’s Dungeon of Doom.
Fanfaire NYC 2018 is gearing up to be a wonderful break from the dreary winter routine. We’re going to be in attendance and if you still don’t know what is going down this weekend, you can check out a list of the things we are excited to see including panels, guests, and events right here!
What The Good Place has taught us throughout the second season, and hit home in the season finale, is that we are at our strongest when we have our friends.
We sat down with Saori Adams who is a member of the PTA at the High School of Arts & Design and she gave us some insight on what we can expect this weekend, February 24 and 25, from Fanfaire NYC 2018.
Fanfaire is a brand new festival taking place in the heart of New York City at the High School of Art & Design in Midtown East. The festival has been cultivated by the high school’s PTA and has pulled in an array of talent that you probably won’t find at any other convention.
Portlandia has spent the past eight years winning the hearts and minds of audiences across the country with their hilarious take on what it means to live in Portland, Oregon. Now, not only can you cook like a Portlandian but you can drink like one too.
Here are the top five things we think everyone should know before diving into their first Dungeons and Dragons campaign.
Rey is a hero because she has chosen to act like a hero, and that is more powerful than any Skywalker will ever be.
The 27 Run combines the question of sustainability with human tenacity and a never ceasing fight to find meaning in a wasteland.
We sat down with 12-year-old star Kian and director Justin Zimmerman to discuss their Kickstarter venture for post-production costs on the indie monster movie MADE YOU LOOK.