May 2009 Blog Posts (5)

Don Brown

For all of you who work the California Northern and Southern faires, sadly, I must pass on the news that Don Brown, the Mullah, who owned and ran the Mullah's Teahouse, is losing his fight with cancer. He will be moved in the next few days from the hospital to hospice. We all know what that means. If you have ever enjoyed the strongest Turkish Coffee on earth, at the faire, then you probably know Don Brown, or DB. He is one of the institutions, cornerstones, of faire. I have watched the most… Continue

Added by Greig Fors on May 19, 2009 at 8:33am — 3 Comments

Ok, so I was a little

Slow at getting the friends requested accepted.. whoops!!!!!

Added by Beth (Bergman) Bradshaw on May 13, 2009 at 12:54am — No Comments

"Der Weiss Kunig"

I have posted some Photos of my copy of Der Weiss Kunig. This book can be found. It is somewhat rare, but I found my copy by using abebooks.com , I am sure that other sites, like bookfinder.com will produce the same results. This is a 1985 reprint of the 1775 edition. I was fortunate to find a copy in almost unused condition. There is also a book about Urs Graf, the Landsknecht cum artist. Again this was found on abebooks. The stuff is out there.

Added by Greig Fors on May 8, 2009 at 10:37pm — 2 Comments

May 6, 1527....

...and a happy anniversary of the sacking of Rome to all!

Added by Eric S Worth on May 6, 2009 at 6:30pm — No Comments

Red and Black Wappenrock Construction Diary

At the end of April 2008, I was contacted by Baron Erich of Zweihammer Armory about making him a wappenrock for his Laureling ceremony. He was the Baron of the SCA group I played with while out in California for several years, and I was thrilled to be asked. As my schedule had opened up, I was able to take on the commission.



As he is progressing towards a more period appearance, he wanted something documentable, that he could wear without… Continue

Added by Marion McNealy on May 4, 2009 at 5:38pm — 2 Comments

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