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Event Date: February 22 - 24, 2019

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Sunday, February 24 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
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The 80's was totally tubular for some of us and like, grody to the max for others. It's the decade that gave us new styles in music, movie classics, early video games, ground-breaking television, and news that changed the world forever. Join us as we go back in time and relive our pop culture memories.  

Moderators
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Syrinx

Founder / Director / Performer, Charming Underclothes - Feature Presentations from Reel to Real
Syrinx first took the stage in 2005, when he joined The Fishnet Mafia, a Rocky Horror Picture Show shadowcast in Columbus, OH. He started out as The Criminologist and a year later took on the role of Riff Raff, which is the role that he is most known for.In 2009, he joined the on-air... Read More →

Speakers
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Davis Ashura

Davis Ashura resides in North Carolina and shares a house with his wonderful wife who somehow overlooked Davis' eccentricities and married him anyway. As proper recompense for her sacrifice, Davis unwittingly turned his wonderful wife into a nerd-girl. To her sad and utter humiliation... Read More →
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Jaysen P. Buterin

Film/Media/TV, Mad Ones Films
Writer. Director. Actor. Musician. Drummer (wait for it…). Model. Artist. Canvas. Columnist. Proudest Papa EVER. And as Creative Director of the straight jacket-tested/doctor-approved Mad Ones Films, from Greensboro North Carolina, Jaysen Buterin’s mission has been to show the... Read More →
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John Johnson

C.E.O., Darkstone Entertainment
JOHN JOHNSON shot his first film, Zap in 1988, when he was eight years old. By the time he’d finished college, John had completed five feature lengths films, one (20 one hour episodes) of a television series, and 44 short films. nnAfter finishing school, John went back to his old... Read More →
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Bill Mulligan

Film
I remember watching THE BLACK SCORPION, possibly through the bars of my crib and it left lasting impressions: a love for genre films and stop motion animation, a desire to figure out how they’re made, and a fear of black scorpions.My aunt bought me a super-8 camera and I tormented... Read More →


Sunday February 24, 2019 12:00pm - 1:00pm EST
Ballroom C