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Antheria to bring furs, togas to California

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A new furry convention, Antheria, has been announced. The event is to take place October 1-3 at the Westin Los Angeles Airport hotel.

Cartoonist Stan Sakai, musician Matthew Ebel (Hali of Firpine) and ConFurence founder Mark Merlino are listed as guests of honor. 2 and Uncle Kage are also to attend.

The convention has an Ancient Roman theme. Hotel rates start at $99, while registration is being offered at levels of $35, $60 and $100.

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A con with a Roman theme? But it's in California? Nuuuuuuuuu!

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And I thought Railfurs were interesting...

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Really? Another con in California. We already have two. Find another state jesus. With the economy the way it is, I doubt anyone has money for three cons.

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Perhaps, but one of them is way up in San Jose - and other cons are realistically only available to those who can afford airfare. Just look at the map. Besides, nobody's forcing you to go to this one.

Companies investing in hard economic times tend to reap rewards. I don't know if this applies to furry conventions, but so far they've continued to grow. I suspect it'll be a success if they do a reasonable job.

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