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ConJosé - 6

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The Rocket is revealedKevin and John Lorentz at the first outing of the 2002 Hugo Award. (Yes, it was carried through the main concourse on Saturday - what do you mean you missed it?)


Streets full of stallsThe Tapestry street fair stretched all along Park Avenue and along much of Almaden Boulevard.


Interactive alleyThis section of the fair, which ran alongside Parkside Hall, was on my route from the Fairmont to the McEnery. The henna tattoo stall did excellent business with con attendees.


Ren Faire stallA Ren Faire stall? Yes, there was. So what exactly was the difference between the Tapestry folks and us?


The climbing wallThe climbing wall was one of the more popular features of Tapestry's Interactive Alley. Generally it was swarming with energetic kids while anxious parents thronged the base.


Spot the Scottish SocialistSpot the Scottish Socialist, or even just a Scotsman.


Standing room onlyStanding room only - the Scottish Socialism panel was very well attended. (And yes, that is a Jawa in the audience.)


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