Check out Yasmin Sethi’s Alice-inspired chess set! “Inspired by [Through the Looking Glass], the chess pieces have an opaque mirror finish, when they touch the surface of the board they… [read full post]
A new bar has opened in Wellington, New Zealand: Alice is located at the back of (where else?) the Boogie Wonderland nightclub.
(Image copyright (c) Maggie Taylor.) The Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art at the University of Florida has a new exhibit, Almost Alice: New Illustrations of Wonderland by Maggie Taylor,… [read full post]
The Liverpool (U.K.) Academy of Arts has an open exhibition on the theme of Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass, open from July 22 to August 7, which… [read full post]
Frank Beddor has added yet another aspect (see Bits & Bobs) to his Looking Glass Wars “empire”: a massively multiplayer online (MMO) game called Card Soldier Wars. “Strategize to become… [read full post]
Following last year’s popular Alice in One-Hit Wonderland, Burbank’s Falcon Theatre and Troubadour Theatre Company are presenting Alice in One-Hit Wonderland 2: Through the Looking Glass from July 25 to… [read full post]
Cambridge Scholars Publishing has just released Behind the Looking Glass (ISBN 9781847184863) by Sherry Ackerman. The book “demonstrates how nineteenth century currents of spiritualism, theosophy and occult philosophy comingled with… [read full post]
Foolsgold Theatre’s Alice in Wonderland is touring the U.K. this summer: “Is the rabbit hole a black hole? Is Wonderland a parallel universe? We’re all mad here! Join Alice on… [read full post]
In response to Christophe Leroy’s Alice and the chess master (see http://lcsna.blogspot.com/2008/06/alice-and-chess-master.html), Arne Moll has written a very interesting article, “Lewis Carroll’s chess problem” on the ChessVibes website.
Mentioned in the New York Times article, “Lisbon Comes Alive” (July 13, 2008), clothing store “Storytailors isn’t so much a retail outlet as a cabinet of wonders where the ghosts… [read full post]