Coming only a few short days after the cancellation of the 2021 NAMM Show AND this years New York Comic Con comes a statement from our friends at Leftfield Media regarding the status of their amazing Anime NYC convention. As expected this happening is also cancelled and a press release from its founder can be perused by clicking HERE.
Important: Apologies for once again sending you over to PiercingMetal.com for the full scoop but that convention is covered over there exclusively and that is just how it goes according to our rule book. As you might expect already, the means to comment on this announcement have been disabled and are instead encouraged on the main article that you are led to. I’m sad about this news as we have been in attendance since its debut. To better times. I hope.
Hello again my fine friends and devoted readers of “The Chronicles”, I’ve returned all too soon with another reason to redirect you to some news that is currently running over on my PiercingMetal website. While this latest announcement was expected based on the current climate, I am sad to share the news that ReedPOP has decided to cancel this years New York Comic Con because of the virus. You can peruse the whole announcement by clicking HERE to see what other plans await this events fanbase.
Editor’s Note: As with any of my redirection posts the means to comment on this notice is disabled but if you’d like to add your two cents to the mix you can do that over on PiercingMetal.com where all topical notions are moved to the head of the line. This is one of the event cancellations that hits me the hardest because we are pure bred geek culture and have been hitting this religiously since 2010. For your entertainment, I shared the first chapter of my photo gallery video down below. I just learned how to do this a few months ago and loaded it onto the PiericngMetal YouTube channel. Please subscribe if you like what we do over there as more is coming for sure. See you again soon with whatever we find interesting enough to share with you. See you then, stay healthy out there.
Hello my dedicated readers of “The Chronicles”, I am here on this Monday afternoon to steer your attention over to the PiercingMetal side of the fence as a very major cancellation was just revealed. Sadly, the Winter NAMM Show that will hit Anaheim, California in January of the coming 2021 is the latest casualty from this dreaded Coronavirus Pandemic. Click HERE to be brought to PiercingMetal so you can learn the full scoop.
Editor’s Note: As with any of my redirection posts the means to comment on this notice is disabled but if you’d like to add your two cents to the mix you can do that over on PiercingMetal.com where all topical notions are moved to the head of the line. See you again soon with whatever we find interesting enough to share with you. See you then, stay healthy out there.
New York Fall: 24 – 27 September 2020 – It is with a heavy heart we are announcing the cancellation of Affordable Art Fair NYC September 2020 edition. We send you our warmest wishes for your health and look forward to seeing you at our Spring 2021 edition, where we will bring you an array of local, national and international galleries, showcasing 1000s of affordable contemporary artworks, all priced up to $10,000.
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Piercing Ken Thoughts: Sadly, I’ve never been to this particular event before but did learn about it from our friends over at the The Worley Gig who’ve covered it a number of times over the years. One of my plans for this year before it all came crashing down was to explore it at long last and bring you the inside scoop. Let’s hope that the Spring Show that is listed on their website will end up happening because if it is I will do my best to be there as well. See you next time. Feel free to chime in if you were planning on this one as I’d love to hear from you.
Good morning my friends and let me start your morning coffee off properly with the rundown of the recently announced nominations for the 2020 MTV VMA’s (that’s the video music awards for those not paying attention). I didn’t watch any streams of this or bothered to do a play by play kind of Twitter blast and instead opted to just present the list that is now making the rounds across the Internet. Take a look at them all and then we can briefly discuss at the close.
VIDEO OF THE YEAR:
Billie Eilish — “everything i wanted”
Eminem ft. Juice WRLD — “Godzilla”
Future ft. Drake — “Life Is Good”
Lady Gaga with Ariana Grande — “Rain On Me”
Taylor Swift — “The Man”
The Weeknd — “Blinding Lights”