An upcoming virtual tertulia; call for poets to write about Atlantic Vernacular; panel talks on Nursing Homes in a Time of COVID and Why Unions Matter; history of NB through photos; interpreting the world through the art of colours.
This week, we talk about some of our favourite mechanics that came from other systems, and how we used them — as well as a few caveats.
No COVID-19 update today; music by The Once (Another Morning); Robin Majarah & Robert Norsworthy from QWERTY Reads (2016); Natalie Sappier & Nate Miller about music w/ songs Floating, Oceans
COVID-19 update – 5 Years of Diamonds and Gold with Motherhood – music by Dennis Ellsworth + Tomato/Tomato
COVID-19 update – more theatre and arts for you to enjoy at home – Keith Lyons – Inland Island
COVID-19 update – Interview: Jennifer Mcginnis-Warton (Potter) – Interview: Craig Schnieder (Sculptor)
COVID-19 update – Interview: Colour Film – Interview: Richard Hornsby
This time, we discuss the use of maps (both large scale and tactical scale), the use of miniature figures to represent the player characters and the foes, and the use of terrain — all toward the end of creating a form of more engaging experience.
Farmer’s Market impacts; COVID-19 updates; David in the Dark & The Millennial Dream
Happenings (virtually) Around Town, COVID-19 update, Heather Rankin
On today’s show: UNB Art Centre announced new exhibit (“Attending the Apocalypse”); COVID-19 update; The Steady Swagger; music by The Brood.
COVID-19 update; Notable Acts; Old Man Leudecke.
COVID-19 update; Bondo picks Rey D; Fraud Prevention Month; and Tomato/Tomato!
There are a lot of interesting, fun, fascinating and whimsical fantasy-based roleplaying games out there.
Here are some of our suggestions.
First episode featuring CU: the COVID-19 Update. Also: revisiting The NotaBle Acts Theatre Competition (which is still underway!) and Grid City Magazine. Music by frantically atlantic.
Here are some tips for players who want to grow and advance into more sophisticated gamers.
Hosts Jessica Johnson and Hannah Rudderham explore how diminished economic opportunities and rising climate anxiety are widening the generation gap..
Conventions are a great opportunity to play and run something short, intense and out-of-the-norm. But how should you, as a GM, prepare for it?
This week, Emma talks a little about her New Brunswick-UK artist exchange tour, as well as some of the compelling performances to keep an eye out for.
This week, Bondo introduces us to the last track (“Groger”) from the first EP from Fredericton’s own Heat $heets.
This week, Bondo brings us a track from the new album Boîte Aux Lettres by Les Hay Babies called Jacqueline.
Ten surprising things about Latin American culture you never would have guessed: Dianna Chavez and Sofia Paura will give you an insiders look at everything from Telenovella, to plastic surgery to the sainthood of Selena.
For February, Julie Comeau and Mark spoke to Jennifer Mendez, who has lived with fibromyalgia for over two-and-a-half decades.
This week, Bondo brings us the new single Cradle Me from Kylie Fox.
This week, Emma shares her excitement for Ben Caplan and The Almighty Humdingers, and looks forward to shows coming up over the next couple of months.