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The staff was amazing, extremely helpful with a smile all the time. The comfort and service at the hotel was exceptional. The indoor pool was clean with a lot of seating available.
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Spoken word poet Taylor Steele, 25, who lives in Brooklyn and is a peer mentor through Urban Word NYC, presented her new poem “If the Joker Was a Black Girl.” at Flame Con 2. Kiss,” will be out in the fall from Pizza Pi Press.
Dressed as the character “Spinelli” from “Recess,” the animated cartoon series, she asked, “Where else can I be a queer nerd? Illustrator John Jennison, 37, who is on the Geeks Out board of directors and also lives in Brooklyn, was exhibiting his own comics but also premiering a comic chapbook anthology called “Gun Controlled,” which he edited and published, with all the profits going to benefit the victims of the June shooting massacre at Orlando’s Pulse nightclub.
We really enjoyed our stay, wish it had been longer!