Where could you find Supergirl, Cat Woman, Poison Ivy, Iron Man, Captain America, a Sith and at least two Jokers all together?
Well my dears, not in a comic book, since they are a mixture of creations by different publishers.
The correct answer is in the Boiler Room in Santa Ramona Valley. They were all to be found at the Second Annual Comic Con held there this Sunday.
Santa Ramona residents all dressed up as their favorite characters and danced the night away surrounded by statues of other characters like Yoda and Black Panther. Not to forget one dancer who, in an open challenge to the creative artists of DC and Marvel, came dressed as her Dungeons & Dragons character.
Music was provided, as it often is in the Boiler Room by the ever-popular DJ Kittara,
The $500 prize for best costume was deservedly won by Tawny Miller as Poison Ivy. So congratulations to Tawny with her most elegant get-up.
And congratulations to Joseph Styles, aka Tony Stark, aka Iron Man, and his team at the B...
It’s the Second Annual Comic Con event at Santa Ramona’s Boiler Room this Sunday, July 26th from 3 – 6 p.m. It’s like Halloween in July were our residents and guests dress as their favorite comic book hero or villain. You don’t need to be in costume to join in the fun, but it might pay you to dress it up. Your host, Joseph Styles is giving a $500 prize for the best costume. Check your inventory for that Joker outfit you bought five years ago and join the fun.
When asked about the first Comic Con event and how things went Joseph was quick to respond "Yes, the first one was a big success. Doing the event in the middle of the blockbuster movie season and the San Diego Comic Con usually has people embracing those characters. And yes, we do encourage patrons to come down Sunday dressed like their favorites. That is half the fun of the event, seeing who people come as."
As to the music, “Kittara is well known here in Santa Ramona. She has been my DJ for almost every monthly event we have h...
On Sunday evening, Mabel Windown hosted the grand opening of her new art gallery Impelled Curio. This reporter was fortunate enough to capture a couple minutes of her time to ask a few questions and learned that Mabel intends to open up her studio to local artists looking to display their artistic endeavors on a regular basis.
In fact, at her grand opening featured both her own exciting works, as well as some unique and exciting pieces from a local artist Evie King. Both women spent the event surrounded by local citizens sipping champagne as they ooh'd and ahh'd over the incredible talent on display, and if what this reporter overheard on her way out, ended the evening with several pieces either being sold or generously given away to family members. So if you're looking for something exciting to decorate your home with, or you're an artist looking for a place to display your skills stop on down at Impelled Curio, located next door to Mug Me Coffee, there beside the local nude...
The Santa Ramona Valley Better Business Bureau is hosting a weekend long scavenger hunt. Twenty five local businesses have donated various items for locals to collect in an attempt to boost the local economy, as well as to give people a chance to learn about new businesses that have cropped up. The even begins Friday, February 16th at a table outside of City Hall where the first clue will be given, and runs through Sunday the 18th. Small boxes hidden in the various shops and hotspots will contain the prizes. Anyone that finishes the scavenger hunt is entered into a raffle to win big prizes! So strap on your running shoes, grab a friend and get out there and get to know your neighborhood a little better!