NowhereCalifornia.com Reaches Its First Year..

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(Joshua Gilmore- Staff Writer)

It started one year ago today, this site was launched and took the concept of Nowhere California to a whole new level.

Nowhere California started in 2011 and it was just another conversation between two friends, but these conversation started taking place in front of a microphone and unleashed on the internet. It was as simple as that, but as Nowhere California evolved, the team grew and new accomplishments were reach.

The episodes started to grow and the team ventured out of the Nowhere city limits, as they dove into the world of conventions and conducting interviews. It was with each accomplishment, the Nowhere California family stuck to their ideals of what they wanted to produce and not to become just another podcast.

It was that mindset that grew into this website and, as we mark our first year on the net, we want to simply say THANK YOU.

Thank you for following the journey of Nowhere California.

Thank you for listening to the original podcast and all of the other podcast that have sprung from this little idea.

Thank you for checking out this site

And thank you for continuing this adventure with us.

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Nowhere California Is Returning To The Days Of The Dead..

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(Joshua Gilmore-Staff Writer)

The Days of the Dead conventions were unleashed onto the world in July of 2011 with Indianapolis, IN serving as the first location. Since that debut event, the Days of the Dead crew have left their bloody marks across the country and have the continuing goal of presenting a convention “for fans, by fans.”

The Days of the Dead convention will be returning to the west coast in April, the guest list keeps building and this year’s event will spill some ink into the bloody mix, as this leg of the Days of Dead will present their first ever tattoo expo.

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CLICK HERE FOR THE DAYS OF THE DEAD OFFICIAL SITE

Days of the Dead was the first convention to give Nowhere California the opportunity to cover an event of this level, something that help build Nowhere California into the entity that it is now. Nowhere California are happy to announce that they will be returning to this year’s convention and covering Days of the Dead with the quality you have grown to expect out of Nowhere California.

In the upcoming weeks, leading to the convention, stay locked into this site and Nowhere California’s facebook page with special looks at the exciting events that are ahead.

 

The Cast Of “The Crow” : THEN (1994) And NOW..

(Joshua Gilmore-Staff Writer)

Last year marked the 20th anniversary of this movie and for the longest time, this movie was at the top of my all-time favorite films. Over the past few years, Charlie Chaplin’s “The Great Dictator” has begun a battle for the top spot and it is a continuing war, but I will always have a special place in my heart for this dark classic.
This movie still has a dark cloud that continues to hang over it, but the true fans of this movie will never let their passion for this movie die.

So with that love and fondness, let’s take a look at the cast THEN (1994) And NOW..

Eric Draven was played by Brandon Lee. Lee was killed in a tragic accident, during production of this film and “The Crow” was his last role.

THEN

Brandon Passed Away In 1993

Sarah was played by Rochelle Davis. Davis was not credited in another role until 2009.

THEN

NOW

Sergeant Albrecht was played by Ernie Hudson. The last part of the scene in Albrecht apartment was ad-libbed and the “Believe me, nothing is trivial” line was not part of the script.

THEN

NOW

Top Dollar was played by Michael Wincott.

THEN

NOW

Myca was played by Bai Ling.

THEN

NOW

T-Bird was played by David Patrick Kelly.

THEN

NOW

Skank was played by Angel David.

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Tin Tin was played by Laurence Mason.

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Fun Boy was played by Michael Massee .

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Shelly Webster was played by Sofia Shinas

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Grange was played by Tony Todd

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Gideon was played by Jon Polito

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Darla was played by Anna Levine

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