Triple Awesome FTW!

January 13, 2011

There’s a lot of awesome brewing here in Beantown. We can barely keep track. Upcoming Event: Ignite Craft – Friday, 1/14/11 We are really excited to be partnering with the Common Cod Fiber Guild to announce our December ’11 Fellow (Will Macfarlane of ‘Parts & Crafts’) at the ‘Ignite: Craft’ event. The Big Giant Check is getting giddy just thinking about it. The main event is currently at capacity (it’s that awesome), but we encourage you to get on the waitlist (just in case) and plan to meet us out afterward at The Friendly Toast around 9pm. 2nd David Nunez Chair of Awesome Studies If you want to be considered for the open seat at the round table, the deadline is Saturday, 1/15/11 @ 11:59pm. Calling all >>AWESOME>> in Boston (…and beyond) We will be deliberating next week for our January ’11 Fellowship. Submit your application by Saturday, 1/15/11 @ 11:59pm. There is a lot more in the works too: Radio Boston, Stealthy Gardeners, Invisible Instruments. (OH MAI!) In the meantime, we’ve uploaded oodles of goodies in the way of pics and videos on Facebook Page. That ought to keep you busy.

The First LA Awesome Fellow is a Mystery No More!

January 5, 2011

Turns out there’s a lot of awesome in LA. And after wading through dozens of applications, the Awesome Foundation Los Angeles is awarding it’s first 1K Awesome Grant to Dave Green, creator of Mystery Trip LA!! What’s Mystery Trip LA? Let Dave (he’s the third from the right) tell you! Mystery Trip started out as a summer camp tradition.  Whereas we usually knew where we were going before getting on a bus for a trip, one day a summer, we headed out and had no idea the destination until we got there.  Sometimes it was to a dinner theater, a disco or even roller skating.  It was always fun, even if a bit corny, because we were with friends.  Years later, it has morphed into a unique event that takes Mysterions all over Los Angeles to experience the fun, unique and quirky people, places and events in our city. Mystery Trip is meant to bring you and your guests back to a more innocent time where you could put their faith into someone else’s hands and trust you were going to have a good time. Dave’s LA Mystery Trips started out as a goof for his friends, bussing them around… read more →