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White Rabbit Red Rabbit comes to Fort Worth

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Imagine being forbidden to leave your country. Award-winning Iranian playwright Nassim Soleimanpour distills the experience of a whole generation—well-informed, computer-literate, and born amidst the hardship of the Iran-Iraq war—in a wild, utterly unique play. He turns his isolation to his own advantage with a script that is written to travel the world when he couldn’t. Amphibian Stage Productions in Fort Worth presents the play, White Rabbit Red Rabbit in association with… Read more

Nerd out at Alamo Drafthouse DFW with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story events

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Out-of-this-galaxy celebrations for “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” will take place at Alamo Drafthouse during the movie’s opening weekend (December 15 – 18). Take a look at what’s planned! Opening night in Richardson – December 15 from 6 p.m. – close: The Alamo Richardson lobby will be teaming up with professional costumed Star Wars characters and droids, photo ops, a DJ, vintage Star Wars arcade game by Free Play Arcade,… Read more

Doctor Strange – the unlikely superhero (a Marvel review)

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Doctor Strange, by Marvel Comics, stars Benedict Cumberbatch as Stephen Strange, an egotistical, wealthy neurosurgeon who faces a traumatic accident early on in the movie. Experiencing terrible nerve damage, Strange can no longer use his hands for his job as a brain surgeon. He desperately seeks help, as he feels completely useless in his life, but has no luck after visiting some of the top doctors around. A source shares advice… Read more

Bring out Your Inner Geek Girl

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There’s a little geek in all of us, and it’s nothing to be ashamed of. Explore these amazing products, projects, and ideas and share with your fellow geeks. I hope it includes something that will spark your own geeky passions.   35 Shows on Netflix You’ve Gotta See You spent all of yesterday finishing your favorite Netflix TV show, so what do you do now? Well you find another one. … Read more

10 movies to watch at the Dallas International Film Festival

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The 10th annual Dallas International Film Festival (DIFF) kicks off TONIGHT and continues through April 24, 2016. There is so much to celebrate and to see this year including a large variety of movies (premiers, shorts, international films, local ones…you name it!), roundtables and red carpet events. The GenPink team rounded up our 10 must-see movies of the festival, below. What films are you interested in seeing this month?? Share your… Read more

Pop Culture Love at Dallas Comic Con Fan Days

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Do you love movies, TV shows, comic books, super heroes, video games, fantasy stories, anime or science fiction? Looking for something fun to do with your sweetie this Valentine’s Day weekend? Lucky for you, Dallas Comic Con Fan Days has you covered on all counts. Fan Days is happening at the Irving Convention Center on February 13 and 14, 2016. Nerds of a feather and geeks in love won’t want… Read more

This Little :: How Name.Kitchen Can Resolve Your Domain Anxiety

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This is part two of a conversation about website and blog names. Thanks to the clever folks at Name.Kitchen for sponsoring this conversation. Starting a new business, or launching a blog, can be an exciting endeavor. For some that decision to open virtual doors is a giant leap towards a new direction in life. For others, a new website can just be one additional branch on a growing tree of… Read more

Geek Girl :: 6 Tips For Giving Your Home Office A Makeover

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A few week ago, I spent some much needed time and energy to organize my home office. We did a bit of re-arranging and it made all the difference. It’s such an odd shaped room that it’s been challenging taking a photo. But don’t worry, I will make that happen. In the mean time I thought I’d share some of my resources that I used in my planning process. Ultimately,… Read more

What’s in a Name | Geek Girl’s Guide to Blog Names and Domains

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We’re talking domain names, naming your blog, and other tips for cooking up a name in partnership with Name.Kitchen. Thanks to the clever folks at Name.Kitchen for sponsoring this conversation. It’s hard to believe that this year marks EIGHT years since the beginning of Genpink. Although this little pink corner of the internet has certainly evolved over the years, there are some naming lessons I’ve learned that apply to all bloggers. Picking… Read more

A geek girl’s guide to Fan Expo Dallas presented by Dallas Comic Con

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May is one of my favorite months in Dallas – it’s got warm weather, a three-day weekend, my anniversary and my favorite event of the year: Fan Expo Dallas presented by Dallas Comic Con! I’m a regular at the Dallas Comic Con events each year, and they are always a ton of fun. Curious about the event but not sure what to expect from a comic con? I’ve got a… Read more

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