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    • Pose Fair 2015

      The one, the only, the original Pose Fair is back for 2015 and it'll be our best one yet! Enjoy 90+ stores, a brand new custom build, hundreds of new poses, animations, and props. Join in from April 11th - 25th for Second Life's largest pose and animation event and bring your second life to life.

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    • Fantasy Faire 2015

      Visit the seventh annual Fantasy Faire April 23rd through May 3rd. Step through a magical doorway to thirteen regions beautifully brought to life for the largest celebration of fantasy art, artists, and enthusiasts in the virtual world. From the Spires of Andolys to Poseidon's Abyss, get ready for an amazing time of unimaginable proportions! Best part, it all benefits the American Cancer Society.

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    • Black Fashion Fair 2015

      The Black Fashion Fair runs from April 17th through May 1st. Come see more than 180 designers inspired by the darkest color to bring exclusive items and many gifts. If you love black, here is your place.

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    • The History of the Vehicle in Second Life

      The History of the Vehicle in SL features over 130 vehicles from 50 creators. This showcase has something for everyone: cars, bikes, trucks, and more. Wander around and view the whimsical side of vehicle building, snag information about racing, listen to tribute concerts and live DJ’s, or just relax in a gazebo. The event runs through May. See the evolution of vehicles from prim to mesh!

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    • Johnny Cash's Boyhood Home

      The boyhood home of Johnny Cash can be found at the Dyess Colony part of ASU's heritage sims in Second Life. Come see the historic recreation of Dyess Circle as created by Painter Meriman for Arkansas State University. Joanne Cash provided detailed drawings of the interior layout of the home which enabled a faithful recreation of the residence as it was in the 1940's.

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