Stephanie Barish

IndieCade

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Founding CEO of IndieCade, a gaming festival in Culver City, California

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The  Electronic Entertainment Expo , known as E-3, is crowding hotels and restaurants again in downtown Los Angeles.

Gamers Gather in Downtown LA

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