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Nerd Nite Duluth: February 2015


Welcome back everyone. I hope you all had a good J-term. Now it’s time to buckle down and celebrate with our February edition of Nerd Nite!

For those of a detail oriented persuasion, here are some. (details that is)

Math Unplugged: How do you Design a Calculator When you Don’t Have a Calculator.
by Clay Helberg

How to Speak to a Librarian (If you Really Must)
by Adam T. Brisk

The Bechdel Test and You: Are your Faves Problematic?
by Sam Bauer

As always, game, prizes, fun, and much more are free with every ticket purchased.

Teatro Zuccone
$5.00 at the door.
Doors open at 7:00



Nerd Nite is Back!


After a hiatus that seemed far too long, Nerd Nite is alive once more and back with a stellar lineup.

Join us as we explore the mythos and legend that is 007: James Bond, as Jess McCullough dive into the history and origins of this titular hero.

Lisa Horton of the Sherlock Holmes Society explains the massive appeal and superfandom behind the great detective.

And Nate Lindstrom introduces us to his lifelong passion as we journey with him through the history of of Star Wars toys.

All that and all the comic book, sci-fi, literary, scientific, pop-culture, Dr. Who references you can shake a stick at, games, prizes, drinks and all that you have come to know and love about Duluth’s Nerd Nite, in one amazing evening.


Teatro Zuccone, $5.00 at the door.

Doors open at 7:00 and the shindig starts rolling at 7:30.

Nerd Nite: October 30th, 2012!

 Nerd Nite Duluth is on October 30th!

The Alpha-Nerds of Nerd Nite Duluth are pleased to announce our 19th Nerd Nite on Tuesday, October 30th, 2012 at the Teatro Zuccone!

Nerd Nite 19 - October 30th, 2012

This month’s presenters:

  • Luke Moravec takes a look at the history of our favorite Hanna Barbera gang of sleuths in “Scooby-Doo, Where the Hell Have You Been?”

  • Mary Hall shares the most exciting part of her travels to Japan in “Eastern Exports: Why Japan is #1 at #2”

  • Jeremy Nilson goes all academic and psychological when he talk about the nature of fear and fright in “Its Fun To Be Scared: a History of Horror.”

Plus – Games! A Brand New House Band! Door Prizes! Laughter!

You’ll pay for the whole seat, but only use the edge!