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Sat, Dec. 11th, 2010, 02:29 am
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Hey Everyone,
We're giving away (2 packs of) 2 tickets to any CreationEnt.com convention. As I'm sure most of you guys know, CreationEnt.com throws the BEST conventions!! My boyfriend and I have been to so many of their conventions and have gotten some AWESOME photo ops with the stars. Its so much fun!
We've gone to their Firefly convention every year so far. I posted some of our funny photo ops here before! We've had Jayne beating us up, Jewel stealing my boyfriend away from me, etc..... LOL...

If any of you guys are interested in entering our giveaway, please check out our video and comment!
Thanks guys & Good luck =)


Here's my fave photo op ever...hehe...:

Mon, Mar. 29th, 2010, 10:00 pm
thatwordgrrl: SoCal Browncoats putting out the call for hats for comic-con

It's time to start in making BigDamnHats for the California Browncoats for this year's Comic-Con!

Once again, the nonprofit California Browncoats are puttin' out the call for all us BigDamnKnitters to do our thing and make hats for them to have at Comic-Con in July. So, I'm reachin' out to each of you!

Here's the deal:

The California Browncoats are looking for knitters to make them Jayne Hats for Comic-Con. If you are interested, send them an email at sales@californiabrowncoats.org and find out more.

There will be 125,000 warm bodies at Comic-Con this year. Let's stick a Jayne Hat on each and every head. Both adult and child/baby size welcome. We got *300* hats last year and I am for us to break that record!

Ready? Set? KNIT!

Pls. feel free to repost to your fave Browncoat communities and boards!

Sun, Mar. 29th, 2009, 05:41 pm
thatwordgrrl: March BigDamnKnitting Reminder for Comic-Con

It's time to start in making BigDamnHats for the California Browncoats for this year's Comic-Con!

Once again, the nonprofit California Browncoats are puttin' out the call for all us BigDamnKnitters to do our thing and make hats for them to have at Comic-Con in July. So, I'm reachin' out to each of you!

Here's the deal:

The California Browncoats are looking for knitters to make them Jayne Hats for Comic-Con. If you are interested, send them an email at sales@californiabrowncoats.org and find out more.

There will be 125,000 warm bodies at Comic-Con this year. Let's stick a Jayne Hat on each and every head. Both adult and child/baby size welcome. We got more than 120 hats last year and I am for us to break that record!

Ready? Set? KNIT! I promise to ONLY harass you guys once a month.

Pls. feel free to repost to your fave Browncoat communities and boards!

Tue, Jan. 20th, 2009, 04:02 pm
thatwordgrrl: SoCal Browncoats at Gallifrey Convention in Los Angeles

Hi everybody!

Yes, yes, I haven't been around much lately.

However, I have poked my head in to remind everyone that there will be
a SoCal Browncoat table at Gallifrey One this year.
Gallifrey One is a
Dr. Who (and other media) con running President's Weekend, Feb. 13-15
at the LAX Marriott (same hotel as LosCon).

More info at their Web site here:
http://www.gallifreyone.com/gallifrey.php

Doc Jubal of the 76th and I will be meeting and greeting.


Come on by and see us -- we have FORTUNE COOKIES!

Fri, Oct. 24th, 2008, 10:39 am
alikhat: Tickets for Dr. Horrible Charity Screening Still Available!

NOW DR. HORRIBLE IS HERE TO MAKE YOU QUAKE WITH FEAR!!!

…BUT JUST FOR ONE NIGHT AND ONE NIGHT ONLY!





Yes, on Oct. 31st , All Hallows Eve, Whedonopolis will be bringing LA’s very first charity screening of Dr. Horrible’s Sing-A-Long Blog to the big screen, along with Felicia Day’s web hit, “The Guild”. No waiting for buffering pauses or squinting at a monitor the size of a gum card! We’ve got a giant screen and our very own specially edited open captioned digital version to sing-a-long to!

 The Details

Where: Regency Fairfax Theatres
7907 Beverly Blvd.,
Los Angeles, CA, 90048

When: October 31st, All Hallows Eve – 9PM

Price:  $15 per ticket (limit 10 per person)

 The event will benefit PATH Ventures, a community development organization whose mission is to improve individual lives and communities by increasing quality affordable housing.

 The doc had to get his bling by turning gold bricks into cumin-scented secret sauce, but for a mere $1 per ticket, you can enter our drawing to win cool and fabulous prizes! The more you enter, the better your chances to win, and all proceeds will go to PATH Ventures. Tickets for the drawing will only be sold at the theatre.

Tickets on sale NOW at Whedonopolis.com - And remember, it’s Halloween! So feel free to slip on those gloves, snap on those goggles and come as your favorite villain, hero, sidekick, henchmen or hammer... or anything else that might make the Bad Horse gleeful.

Fri, Jun. 13th, 2008, 01:19 pm
brianrubin: Can't Stop the Serenity - ONE WEEK AWAY!

AAAHHHH! I can't believe it's almost here! The three Can't Stop the Serenity Screenings - Pasadena, Irvine and San Diego - begin one week from today in Pasadena, and the CSTS team has been working hard to make each of these shows awesomely amazing.

What? You haven't purchased your ticket yet? What's wrong with you?! ;) Go to http://socalbrowncoats.com/?p=7 to buy your tickets today and correct such a grievous error! ;) Can't wait to see y'all there!

Tue, Feb. 5th, 2008, 08:44 pm
thatwordgrrl: SoCal Browncoat Presence at Gallifrey One Convention

Heyo!

I've been invited to do several Firefly/Jossverse panels for the local Dr. Who convention, Gallifrey One on Feb. 15-17 at the LAX Marriott (con schedule here).

There will also be a Southern California Browncoat meetup on Saturday, Feb. 16 at 5:30 pm, with possible dinner plans to be determined.

And if THAT wasn't enough, there will ALSO be a SoCal Browncoat fantable on the Saturday and Sunday.

So if you are free that holiday weekend, stop on by and say hi! Look for the short mouthy chick in the Inara costume with CherryBombRed highlights in her hair!

BetN

Sun, Nov. 25th, 2007, 08:39 pm
thatwordgrrl: LosCon Firefly panel report

I am extremely pleased to report that, with no mention in the pocket program, we
got about 30 people attending the Firefly panel at LosCon this year,

In what amounted to a conference room designed to seat about 12.

I would first off like to thank brianrubin, who majorly stepped up to the plate and manned
the SoCal Browncoat table, which seemed to get a great deal of traffic, as well
as for massively pimping the panel.

And to dedoc, who represented for the 76th Battalion and hosted the panel with brianrubin and myself. And for the shiny flyers!

Also to danregal and Lynn of the SoCal Browncoats, who sent along with brianrubin a terrific set-up so that we had an extremely shiny-lookin' fantable.

And finally, to any of you who made it to the panel, thanks so much!

I have been assured that there will be a better balance of media/lit/science at next year's LosCon. And I intend to hammer away at that because that is how we keep not only Firefly fandom vital, but SF fandom as a whole.

Yeah, OK, I didn't pull off an entire con, I admit that. :>

But with help, I made the point I set out to make -- that Firefly fandom isn't going away. And neither is media fandom.

Stay tuned for bigger, better and shinier things for next year!

BetN

Sat, Nov. 10th, 2007, 02:25 pm
thatwordgrrl: Loscon Firefly panel

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Tue, Nov. 6th, 2007, 12:45 pm
thatwordgrrl: Browncoat meetpoint at LosCon

For the first time since 2004, there will not be any official Firefly programming at LosCon. This greatly vexes me, as I have been one of the major proponents not just for Firefly programming, but for inclusion of SF media programming in general.

This year, however, the con programming chair thought otherwise.

But all is not lost! We have been offered meeting space on Saturday, Nov. 24 from 1-2 pm in order to hold an informal discussion about why Firefly fandom is still going strong. It will be hosted by myself, dedoc (possibly known to some of you as Doc Jubal from the 76th Battalion) and my fellow So Cal Browncoat, brianrubin

Please, if you are in the Southern California area over Thanksgiving weekend and are free on Saturday, come on by the LAX Marriott and join us! You must have a day pass for the con to attend the panel. More info can be found by following the LosCon link.

Help us show that not only do fans want Firefly, but media programming in general! Spread the word!

More developments as they develop.

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