Imagine you have been hired to work inside a themed restaurant. All you’ve got to do is be the the overnight janitor. Sounds easy, right? No one to bother you. All you have to do is clean up the place,… Continue Reading →
I come from north Alabama and south Tennessee, yet have resided in Nashville for more than a decade. Small towns were fun for most, yet for me, it meant video games were a source of dodging five channels on television,… Continue Reading →
Chattanooga has become a huge draw for those seeking outdoor adventure, or to witness the remarkable renaissance of the city’s downtown environs. This beautiful town has been frequently recognized as a great day-trip destination throughout the region, but this weekend… Continue Reading →
If you haven’t heard about Pokémon Go by now, then let me be the first to congratulate you for coming out of your coma. If somehow you’ve been lucid the past three weeks and still wonder what has been going… Continue Reading →
Creators, makers and performers will unite this weekend to promote the continuation of literacy at Nashville’s popular-arts conference, Hypericon. Taking place at the Millennium Maxwell House Hotel from June 17-19, this multi-genre event has something in store for all fandoms.
Per Matt This week, MTAC 16-Bit returns to Middle Tennessee celebrating and educating the public about Japanese animation, media and popular arts, but none of that would be possible without the efforts of the convention’s Production Services team. Heading up… Continue Reading →
Per Matt A lot of people are already throwing around the words “game changer” in reference to the upcoming FOX movie that breaks the fourth wall, but I wholeheartedly disagree. After attending a media screening for Deadpool last week, I… Continue Reading →