Archive - Apr 1, 2011

SCA folk bid sad farewell to Frank "Mack" Cooper

SCAtoday.net has received word that Frank "Mack" Cooper, part of the Cooper family who have hosted us for so many years at Pennsic, passed away this morning.

[LOC] New Years

On the 7th of May there will be held a New Year’s event and The Politarchoplis Baroness’ Rapier Championship

[ANT] Sir Edward Zifran's Memorial Championship Tournament

Once again, friends and comrades will descend upon the verdant fields of our sleepy shire to challenge one another to perform deeds of unparalleled greatness. Shittimwoode invites one and all to laugh, revel, and vie for several Shire Championships. 

[EAL] Season of the Wolf

The March of St. Martin presents Season of the Wolf June 4, 2011

[LOC] Crescent Fence

Modeled on Fencing Fest, Crescent Fence is a three-day indoor fencing event. Minimal structure is planned allowing plenty of time for melee, authorizations, scenarios, training sessions, cut and thrust, chances to pick the brains of fencing geeks, guild prizes and the opportunity to fence until you die.

[ANT] Bar Gemels XXV

As Spring Begins and tourney season opens it comes time for the gathering of Folk at the Tavern of Bar Gemels. With Good Food, Good Company, and much merriment our spirits will become renewed for the coming year.

[ATE] Silent Angels

Their Excellencies Edward & Annalies would like to invite you to the Barony of Atenveldt's Heroes of the Silent Angels Event. This event will be filled with tournaments & prizes for all to participate in.

[TRI] Spring Coronation

Come one, come all! Join us as we The Kingdom of Trimaris celebrate the joyous Coronation of Duncan and Larissa as our new King and Queen! VIVAT TRIMARIS!

Whiteshield photos online

Ghislaine has created an album of photos from the March 5, 2011 Whiteshield event which took place in the Barony of Darkwood (Kingdom of the West). The photos are available on SmugMug.

Bayeux Tapestry: Tape backup media, medieval style

An article in The Register, an information technology publication online, concludes that the Bayeux Tapestry is perhaps the world's oldest example of a tape backup system.

Publisher eliminates collective bargaining rights from SCAtoday.net staff

In a move ostensibly aimed at closing a budget deficit, SCAtoday.net Publisher Justinos Tekton has signed an executive order eliminating collective bargaining rights from SCAtoday.net staff members, and cutting their wages significantly.