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Karen Maner

in Dayton

The Jedi Disorder

PRESENTED ON DEC 13, 2018
IN DAYTON @ VOL 37

Karen Maner is a nonfiction writer, a semi-casual gamer, and a proud Daytonian. She doesn’t mind if you call her a “nerd” because that just means she loves things a lot harder and a few years earlier than you do.

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Gesammtkunstwerk - Life Lessons on a Pianistic Journey

BY REBECCA CHIN
@ VOL 2 ON FEB 07, 2015

With music as her North Star, Rebecca Chin explores and continues to push boundaries of both inner and outer landscapes.  She shares the idea of Gesammtkunstwerk, which is a congregation and synthesis of art in all its form, as the philosophy of her musical journey moving forward.

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The Story of the Jolly Roger Rogers

BY KAREN KUNAWICZ
@ VOL 5 ON MAY 22, 2015

Karen Kunawicz tells the story of how a crew of pirates, Stormtroopers, and superheroes banded together to entertain hospital-confined kids. 

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Heroes and Heroines

BY JON TORRENS
@ VOL 3 ON SEP 22, 2015

"Carrie Fisher was 18 when she starred in Star Wars. She owns that film. She commands all the other characters. [She's] a female character that doesn't have to become masculine to be in charge"

In Heroes and Heroines from PechaKucha Night St. Neots Vol. 3 Jon Torrens passionately shares about the heroes and heroines from the big screen (and some from the small screen) that have inspired him over the years, highlighting their strengths but not over looking their flaws. The last hero he features is his greatest, adding a sweet twist to a solid line-up of true greats. 

This was "PechaKucha of the Day" On Tuesday, December 22nd, 2015.

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Wars and Rumors of Wars

BY SCOTT LARY
@ VOL 18 ON AUG 17, 2016

Growing up in South Florida during the Cuban Missile Crisis and realizing that neither government nor science could provide the answers to a mutually assured destruction led to a life seeking hope for the future. This journey of 20 slides offers an insight into one life journey illustrating how utilizing deeper technologies of human consciousness can make a difference in ones life and perhaps in the lives of others.

Scott Lary has a BA in Interdisciplinary Studies and an MA in Education from Maharishi International University in Iowa. He worked for the State of Texas for 20 years as a Macintosh Computer Trainer and System Analyst. Currently he is a Certified Teacher of the TM (Transcendental Meditation) technique and a Marketing VP of a family medical company.

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Star Wars, Star Trek - Zukunftstechnik heute

BY ALOIS HERKOMMER
@ VOL 29 ON MAY 11, 2017

Sind wir nicht alle begeistert vor dem Fernseher oder im Kinosessel gesessen und haben all die genialen technischen Spielereien angewundert. Alois Herkommer zeigt in seinem Vortrag auf, wo aus Film-Requisiten bereits Realitäten wurden.

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How to Write a Memoir

BY TERI METCALF
@ VOL 12 ON SEP 26, 2017

Based on her own writing experiences, Teri Metcalf provides some basic tips on how you can write your memoir.

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Kiedyś to byli fany, czyli jak Darth Vader odwiedzał Bydgoszcz

BY PECHAKUCHA BYDGOSZCZ
@ VOL 3 ON SEP 28, 2018

In a galaxy far far away... Michał Rożek discovered his passion and came back to the very heart of Kujawsko-Pomorskie to tell us about it.

In this presentation, you will discover how the Star Wars fandom was first established in our region, how it became part of our society and how many different points of views around the Star Wars movement are nowadays.

Enjoy the presentation and -of course- may the force be with you!

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What a Piece of Junk! – the set dressing of Star Wars and beyond.

BY CRAIG SPIVEY
@ VOL 5 ON AUG 30, 2019

Craig Spivey talks about the history of one particular piece from his vast Star Wars memorabilia collection – a part of the original Millennium Falcon.

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Remembering the Memoir

BY JENN LOVE
@ VOL 4 ON SEP 12, 2019

Jennifer Venice Love is a teacher, writer, and self-described perennial student and audiophile. In her own words, "Words have power, and I believe in the hypotenuse as much as the right angle."

She has been digging up personal photos and listening to and reading others' stories in an attempt to unravel the inevitable knot of family and identity in the context of foster care, adoption, and abuse. In her presentation, she explores the artistic process of exploring the wounded child within while acknowledging the importance of finding her own purpose, through teaching and traveling, as an adult.