Meet Offbeat Bride's new Assistant Editor: Chris Wolfgang!

March 31 2014 | offbeatbride
Photo by Sitzmann Photo
Photo by Sitzmann Photo

Have you noticed a new name on Offbeat Bride over this past month? Perhaps you thought to yourself, "Oh, that's interesting… who's this person producing the wedding porn posts I so enjoy basking in each morning"? Well, those posts have been written by none-other-than Offbeat Bride's newest Assistant Editor, Chris Wolfgang! Chris joins a staff full of people with names like Catherine, Caroline, and Kirsten, so to avoid my head collapsing, I just call her by her bad-ass last name: WOLFGANG.

Ms. Wolfgang is actually no stranger to the Empire — some of you may remember posts she's written for Offbeat Home & Life, including Make friends in a new city with Ultimate Frisbee and I got rid of my one-sided birth control angst when my partner volunteered to handle the pills.

I'll let Wolfgang tell you a little bit more about herself:

Heya! *waves* First, a point of order — my hair does not look like that now. Fun fact: if you do an image search for "Chris Wolfgang, Omaha," you can see a few of my latest incarnations. The current goal is to grow it out (such a PAIN) so I can dread it. If any of you have ever done that before, I would love to get your best tips in the comments!

When I'm not in the chair at the salon (awesome hair is such a time suck), I'm writing and editing about tech startups in Omaha, Neb., where I live with my husband Jeremy and a cat named Pixel. I have a decent hammer throw in Ultimate Frisbee, I'm a damn good cook, and I suck at city biking. To see me discuss all of the above with a healthy dose of webcomics thrown in, come say hi on Twitter. If Twitter's not your thing, no worries — come give me a virtual high-five in the comments on Offbeat Empire any time!

I hope y'all will join me in giving big squishy digital welcome hugs to Wolfgang… we're so stoked to have her on-board with us!

  1. Hellooooooo! I can't wait to see some offbeat weddings from Omaha!!! You're welcome to crash mine in July, it will be science-nerd-tastic! ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Oh man, somehow in the staff meeting I failed to notice you're from Omaha. My family is from there, and while I've never been I've heard many many stories about driving from Washington, DC to Omaha in the 50s and 60s.

    Welcome to the empire!

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