Night School 2016: Dance is Now in Session! [EVENT/GALLERY]
Nov26

Night School 2016: Dance is Now in Session! [EVENT/GALLERY]

This gallery is from 2016’s Night School Dance held on August 26th, 2016 at the Bar Complex in Lexington, KY. The Undead were out of class early to tear it up on the dance floor!

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Which is Goth? Subsections of the Counter-Culture [ARTICLE]
Oct09

Which is Goth? Subsections of the Counter-Culture [ARTICLE]

DGM writer, Veronika Gypsy, explores the controversial theory of what the Goth subculture is…which Goth is? Alternative opinions and theories are welcomed as this is designed to start the ball rolling on conversing about Gothic outlooks!

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Tea Time: How to Make a Victorian Picnic [EVENT ARTICLE]
Jun04

Tea Time: How to Make a Victorian Picnic [EVENT ARTICLE]

The story about Victorian Picnics in Krasnodar’s origin. Here’s details of making this kind of events with examples.

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Gothic Interior & Home Decor: It’s Not Difficult! [STYLE ARTICLE]
Mar23

Gothic Interior & Home Decor: It’s Not Difficult! [STYLE ARTICLE]

Are you fond of Gothic style and want to see it in your apartment? I’m sure, if you’re like me, then you say, “Yes”. Of course, it’s not so easy to make a Medieval or dark and aristocratic setting. More precisely, it’s not affordable for most of us. However, don’t give up. I’ll tell about some simple things, which helped me to create a Gothic atmosphere at my home.

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Nemisis vs. Frostbite: Modeling in Extreme Weather [ARTICLE]
Sep02

Nemisis vs. Frostbite: Modeling in Extreme Weather [ARTICLE]

One of the most popular questions I hear after posting a new outdoor wintertime shot on social media is “How do you stay warm outside like that?” Quick answer to that is simply put: I definitely do not.

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Terror and Wonder: The Gothic Imagination [ARTICLE/EVENT]
Feb18

Terror and Wonder: The Gothic Imagination [ARTICLE/EVENT]

The British Library’s exibition dedicated to the birth and evolution of the Gothic genre over the last 250 years. The curator of the event Tim Pye said: “The Gothic is one of the most popular and influential genres and we are happy that this exhibition has worthily celebrated its history spanning 250 years.”

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