Without further ado, this week in the geek world âŠAt the Edinburgh International Literary Festival, author George R.R. Martin revealed that some fans have correctly guessed the ending to his âA Song of Ice and Fireâ(Game of Thrones)series. Iâm pretty sure this means that my theory that the entire saga is a dream of Bob Newhartâs will prove totally correct âŠ For those of you who are Harry Potter fans, JK Rowling has released new info on pottermore.com about periphery character Celestina Warbeck, a jazz singer popular with Mrs. Weasleyâs age group.
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This week in the Geek World âŠ
Comic-Con International: San Diego, known simply as Comic-Con, took place in, you guessed it, San Diego this past weekend, July 24-27. Despite humble beginnings, Comic-Con is now one of the biggest events of the year in geek culture and pop culture in general. Now no longer spotlighting comics, the convention has branched out to include TV shows, movies and video games, some connected to comics, others not.
The Mammoth Lakes Music Festival starts this Wednesday, July 23 and continues through Aug. 8 at Cerro Coso Collegeâs Mammoth campus with evening concerts on Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings.
Violinist Rebecca Hang, and her husband, cellist Brian Schuldt, founded the music festival 12 years ago. Asked how she would describe the festival, Hang lightheartedly replied, âThe World Cup of Chamber Music.â