Lexingtonians who love the steampunk subculture include Charlotte Valdez, left, whose steampunk alter ego is B.U.N.I.E.; Will Reid, aka Trevor Valentine; Melissa Williams, who goes by Victoria Allred; Devin 
Spencer, whose alter ego is Malachi; and Nick Tiemeyer, also known as Nikodemas Exeter Rhodes. In their imaginative role-playing, they are all crew members of fantastical flying ship called the Miss Appropriate.
Lexingtonians who love the steampunk subculture include Charlotte Valdez, left, whose steampunk alter ego is B.U.N.I.E.; Will Reid, aka Trevor Valentine; Melissa Williams, who goes by Victoria Allred; Devin Spencer, whose alter ego is Malachi; and Nick Tiemeyer, also known as Nikodemas Exeter Rhodes. In their imaginative role-playing, they are all crew members of fantastical flying ship called the Miss Appropriate. Herald-Leader
Lexingtonians who love the steampunk subculture include Charlotte Valdez, left, whose steampunk alter ego is B.U.N.I.E.; Will Reid, aka Trevor Valentine; Melissa Williams, who goes by Victoria Allred; Devin Spencer, whose alter ego is Malachi; and Nick Tiemeyer, also known as Nikodemas Exeter Rhodes. In their imaginative role-playing, they are all crew members of fantastical flying ship called the Miss Appropriate. Herald-Leader

Library gala puts fantastical steampunk subculture on full display this weekend

April 18, 2013 09:45 AM

UPDATED April 19, 2013 12:01 AM

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