The road so far… why can’t I keep up with TV shows?

The road so far… why can’t I keep up with TV shows?

For the LIFE of me I do not understand why I am currently in my 5th hour of Chopped re-runs on The Food Network, yet I haven't watched any of the final season of Da Vinci's Demons. You know, that came out in October... OF LAST YEAR. I was practically begging STARZ to livestream the [...]

Scrumptious Saturday: TARDIS Blueberry Cupcakes

One of my favorite things in the world to do is bake. I love baking. I bake for kicks, out of boredom, out of stress, and in a desperate desire to make everyone love me. So when I finished my errands this morning I was debating what to do, and then I saw my bottle [...]

5 Fandom Friday: My Very Nerdy Christmas Wishlist!

So my super awesome friend ( and co-SherlockeDCC host) Megan runs The Nerdy Girlie, and a number of weeks ago she started 5 Fandom Friday, where geek blogs all over would post weekly about a pre-determined topic and share their thoughts on said topic. It's a great idea and I've been meaning to jump on [...]

Get Capaldified: 5 Shows to Watch Before Series 8

I love Peter Capaldi. No, you don't understand, I love him. A beautiful versatile and cathartic actor, this damn man has made me cry and howl with laughter so many times I think I have a hernia. He's a fearless and emotional actor who is going to do amazing things with his new role as [...]

The Way Station: Steampunk, Doctor Who, and total drunken Nerdvana [NYC, USA]

The magical existence of The Way Station may not be new to many of you. It's been a staple in Brooklyn and nerdy drinkers in NYC for the past three years, but it's a place that deserves constant attention. It's just that cool. The Jules Verne inspired bar with a Whovian twist is on Washington Ave, not [...]

Episode 1: The Way Station

"What's more terrifying than a Sharknado? A tsunami full of squids!"I chat with Andrew Heidel who owns and operates The Way Station, a steampunk and Doctor Who themed bar and event space in Brooklyn.Heidel has one hell of a nerdtastic CV. From working on SyFy and Farscape to publishing to constructing steampunk weapons, he’s seen [...]