Second Life Pick of the Day: Der Keller in 1920s Berlin

I don’t blog about Second Life very often, but today I am making an exception. Vanity Fair paid a visit to Der Keller, a seedy bar in the basement of a building located in the ever-popular 1920s Berlin Project sim (here’s their blog). Proprietress Frau Jo Yardley tends bar, as usual, serving drinks to whoever comes in the door. Radio Desmuke is playing 1920s music.

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Frau Jo Yardley

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As you can see, all of us are dressed in period 1920s costume (it’s required). Vanity is having a coffee instead of a beer:

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Vanity Fair in Der Keller

Vanity is wearing:

  • A beige floral casual day dress by Eloise Baker
  • Brown Betty ballet flats by FATEstep (not seen)
  • Meadow hair by Magika
  • Kimberly Catwa head and lipstick
  • Maitreya Lara body and nails
  • Daria skin by The Skinnery
  • and my favourite forest green Darcey eyes by Suicidal Unborn

I’ll leave you with a nostalgic machinima of the 1920s Berlin Project, by Pepa Cometa, set to a song by Marlene Dietrich, Ich hab’ noch einen Koffer in Berlin:

Auf wiedersehen!

You Can Help Jo Yardley of 1920s Berlin Get a New Computer

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Jo Yardley is the builder of the 1920s Berlin Project and Time Portal sims in Second Life. For years, she has just barely been getting by on two very old computers, and she has finally reached the point where she admits she needs help getting together enough money to buy herself a new laptop. This would allow her to continue her work in SL, as well as to get to finally see Sansar!

She has decided to take the advice of many people (including me) and start a GoFundMe page, to raise 1,500 Euros towards a new laptop. I just heard about it today, and I was astonished to find that she has already raised 782 Euros in just 5 days! People have been very generous, and I wanted to tell you about Jo’s GoFundMe page so you can support this effort too.

There are rewards for each level of giving, from 5 Euros all the way up to 500 Euros! You can also make an anonymous donation if you wish. Jo has given us all so much with her tireless work in keeping the 1920s Berlin sim running smoothly, this is the very least that we can do to thank her.