I honestly have no clue right now about what I'm going to write about for my audio story. I'd like to be able to talk to people about the work that goes into masquerades at conventions, simply because of the hours of work that goes into projects like that.
Masquerades are essentially skit contests at conventions where groups of participants are judged based on performance value and on costume craftsmanship.
This is a skit I participated in at Katsucon last month. (Kudos to you if you can immediately figure out who I am.) I know a lot about what goes into masquerades and it would also be fun to write about, but I don't know who I'd be able to talk about for the audio since most of the people I know who also participate live far away.
My only other option I've come up with is perhaps talking to the couch kids from the Union and doing a feature of some sorts. That's got more of a Towson aspect to it, but coming up with a real defined angle on that story might be difficult.