• Pinky and the Brain Conquer Dragon Con

    Pinky and the Brain Conquer Dragon Con

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    Fans packed the Hyatt International South to capacity for the “Pinky and the Brain” panel on Sunday at 7PM. Tech Ops informed the crowd that a few hundred people had to be turned away due to lack of seating, but the lucky attendees spent a laugh-filled hour with Pinky, Rob Paulsen, and the Brain, Maurice
     
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  • New Parade Route Didn’t Deter Crowds

    New Parade Route Didn’t Deter Crowds

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    Even though the route for the 12th Annual Dragon Con Parade changed this year due to Atlanta streetcar line construction, the crowds were as thick as usual Saturday morning at 10AM. This year’s route began on West Peachtree Place near West Peachtree Street, behind Hyatt Place, then went north on Spring Street, turned east onto
     
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2014 Dragon Con Parade Registration Now Open!

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We’re introducing a new parade registration process for 2014 that we hope you’ll find even faster and easier than before. All you need to do is fill out a simple form and you’re done! When you submit your parade registration form, you’ll receive a confirmation screen with additional information including how to contact us and where to find us on social media. Please print the confirmation page for your records. Parade registration is open from February 15 until August 1
 
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2013 Blood Drive Results

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This was the best Dragon Con Blood Drive we’ve ever had! We nearly broke the 3,000 donors drawn mark. Our average donation time was 52 minutes from start to finish. Thanks for all of your support and we look forward to doing even better next year! [WB=Whole Blood; APH=Apheresis; 2RBC=Automated Red Blood Cell donation] Totals for Dragon Con 2013: WB: 2601 APH: 130 2RBC: 241 Collected: 2972 Total Products: 6074 Broken down by day: Thursday 8/29/2013: WB: 671 APH: 24
 
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Submission Suggestions by Editors and Agents

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Sunday night at 7PM in Embassy D-F of the Hyatt, Deidre Knight, Nancy Knight, Jim Minz, and Anne Sowards recounted their anecdotes about submissions that made them laugh on the “Seriously Funny Ways to Get Rejected” panel. First thing, moderator Nancy Knight explained that the intent of the hour was not to be cruel or to make fun of people who had submitted their work. Instead, the panel was meant to provide the audience with the information submitters needed to
 
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