Renaissance Faire love

Renaissance Faire

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  • I worked at the Renaissance Faire in New York for a few years reading cards.

    Are You Doing What You Do Best?

  • But the contract says the Renaissance Faire has exclusive use of the building!

    KludgeSpot GiveAway!

  • So there I was, “a wandering minstrel I,” at my first Renaissance Faire with melons a-bobbling and fa-la-la-ing with the best of them, The Briton Ensemble, and I had a great time!

    Buzzine » The Renaissance Pleasure Faire

  • The Renaissance Faire started in 1963 in Los Angeles when school teacher Phyllis Patterson held a very small version of the faire as a class activity in the backyard of her Laurel Canyon home in the Hollywood Hills.

    Buzzine » The Renaissance Pleasure Faire

  • Stepping into the Jolly Roger Casino was something like stepping into the hybrid offspring of a Renaissance Faire and a strip club, only with more slot machines and less class.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • Ruby is a combination of the old and the new, C and Perl and Smalltalk and Renaissance Faire and Goth and Neo-Victoriana, and new design sensibilities--rational, minimalist, goggle-tastic.

    Yay!

  • I can't even go to the Renaissance Faire and call the porta-potties "privies."

    Voices, voices

  • Since most kids may not be able to afford to go to Colonial Williamsburg or even a Renaissance Faire, virtual reality would give them a chance to experience something of what it might have been like living in the past.

    Living in a Virtual World

  • I'll write you about the Renaissance Faire tomorrow, hopefully.

    A "No Japan" day (Ha!) and Linda's Japan v. Beth's

  • I remember my booth at the local Renaissance Faire.

    Beth as 'charity duty', I plot mischief and wear a mini-skirt

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