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CSI: CON SCENE INVESTIGATOR #0
Thursday, April 21
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WELCOME TO NORWESCON 34
I want to welcome you all to Norwescon. For those of you who don't know, Norwescon is a 100% volunteer-run event. We have spent the last year putting together this year's convention. Consequently, we have four exciting days of programming, paneling, and events planned for you! We are always looking for ways to improve Norwescon so feel free to find me or any of my fellow department heads to chat. But don't be surprised if we ask you for help as we bustle along to make certain you have a great time! Thanks for coming and see you around the con.
Norwescon 34 Chair
REPORTED MISSING: MARIE D. JONES
We regret to inform the membership of Norwescon 34 that due to family health issues our PSIence Guest of Honor, Marie D. Jones, cannot attend this year. Norwescon wishes the best for Marie and her family, and hopes that some day she will be able to attend Norwescon.
OTHER PANELISTS WHO HAVE BEEN REPORTED MISSING
Mike Shepherd Moscoe
WE'RE KEEPING A CLOSE EYE ON THESE TWO
Autumn Bullman and Brad Ritter are getting married this Friday evening at this here convention! For information about where and when, contact Autumn at [omitted] or talk to her in person at the con office.
CHECK OUT THE STARGATE SCAVENGER HUNT
Come look for the chevrons and win a great prize.
HONOR OUR FEN
The Celestial Convention was created to honor Rick Stierl, a regular for hears at local cons. When Rick passed, RustyCon asked the Élan Empire to create an event to remember him, and by extension, all the local fen who have passed on.
The CC, with help from the International Star Registry, names stars in Ursa Major after fen who have passed. Contact RustyCon for more info.
ART SHOW TOURS!
This year programming staff and Art Show will be offering tours of the Art Show guided by three of our professional panelists: Todd Lockwood, Alan Clark, and Liv Rainey-Smith, all of whom are working artists. This is a very exciting opportunity to learn more about what goes into being a working artist and the art you've enjoyed over the years. Please sign up at the Art Show desk area for these limited tours, 10 people per tour!
"Some things I just can't lick it off of."
"I like the taste, it's the swallowing that's the problem."
"These are not the right pants for that."
THURSDAY CONCERTS: EXPERIMENTAL NIGHT
Come join the nwcMUSIC track for a new, experimental concert of electronica, RAEG, and Pandora's boxes! Tonight's concerts in Evergreen 3 & 4:
8 pm - CRIME and the Forces of Evil, Rage-driven acoustic elfmetal!
9 pm - Electric Children, 8-Bit Electro house fro Seattle Chiptune veteran Jack Waterman
10 pm - Andrew Ross, A can of worms filled with Pandora's boxes!
Q: How many Borg does it take to screw in a lightbulb?
A: Just one, but the whole Collective would be aware of it.
CASCADIA'S GOT TALENT! DO YOU?
Music programming at NWC is vaguely nervous about Cascadia's Got Talent!. This is a one-shot experimental talent show, at Norwescon 34, Bring your talents to our daytime audience and panel of celebrity drunks guests. Win possibly fabulous prizes! Or at least prizes, comma, alleged. So fabulous, in a Gong Show kind of way.
Sign up at Info until 2:00 pm Friday; after that, come upstairs and bribe the MC. Showtime is 3:00 pm Friday, in the Salon.
LAST-MINUTE PROGRAMMING CHANGES
Philip K. Dick and Hollywood: Thursday 11 pm
Pondside in Concert: Friday 7 pm
Tai Chi: Saturday 9 am
Tai Chi: Sunday 9 am
Space Dominators needs you!
Friday 4 pm - 8 pm, Rotunda 2
Annie Henry in Concert
Friday 7 pm in Evergreen 1 & 2
Scary Comics was Friday, 2 pm.
Now, it's Friday, 8 pm, Cascade 4.
Flirting 101 was Friday, 8 pm.
Now, it's Friday, 7pm, Cascade 4.
Finding a Beta was Friday, 7 pm.
Now, it's Friday, 2 pm, Cascade 4.
Join us in room 7110 for a blast from the past as members of Seattle Aera Metro Collectors and Northwest Pinball and Gameroom present a full-fledged video game arcade here at Norwescon. Enjoy classic favorites and some great newer games, all set to free play so no quarters required! Sign ups start today for our Saturday afternoon tournament. Full details available at the arcade.
Come to the "Let's Make a Movie!" workshop, where you can see some of the latest, greatest, and weirdest movies this workshop's produced (including several we're sure you HAVEN'T seen yet!)
If you're new to Norwescon, this is where we make a movie over the weekend. It's more fun than a thundering herd of Fundebeests!
MANGO THAI BY WALLY PARK
The Thai restaurant and bar across the street is open. We stopped in Wednesday for dinner. The food was excellent and the staff eager to please. Their menu is reasonably priced and features all of the standard Thai items along with a few house specialties (pad thai & chicken rama were the dishes we tried). We were impressed with the openness of the restaurant and the willingness of the cooks to add spice to our dishes (1 - 5 spice levels, 5 is going to be fire, we tried 2 & 3). They also have brown rice on the menu, which is always a nice thing to see. Combine the atmosphere with the good food and ber on tap, how can you go wrong?
Q: How many Victorians does it take to screw in a light bulb?
A: [Ahem] We do not discuss this with ladies and children present.
CSI: CON SCENE INVESTIGATOR
is the daily newsletter of Norwescon 34. Articles from the membership are highly desired. The deadline for each issue is 10 pm the night before. Submission boxes are located at Registration, Con Office, and Hospitality, or you can submit to: email@example.com
Your editors are Shannon Hillinger and Katrina Marier, with assistance from the drunk tank.