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Free Mimosas and Bi-Rite Fixins at Aldea Niños 30%-Off Back-to-School Sale TODAY

The lynchpin of brunch is, of course, the […]

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FREE Wine Tastings at Bottlerocket in Greenwich Village

Wine culture is honestly something that Two-Buck Chuck-swiggin’ simpleton like me just doesn’t understand, but I sure am willing to learn!  Especially when said wine is FREE.

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A Scumbag’s Guide to Portland – The Final Chapter

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Hi GUYS! It's been a second. Sorry about the delayed finale to this series, but I've

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Weddings: A Broke-Ass’s Dream Party

Recently, I had the honor of being a bridesmaid in my BFF Kate’s wedding to her longtime main squeeze, Jason.  Besides an awkward moment where the Mother-of-the-Bride

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How to Build Your Home Bar, Part II: Tools of the Trade

Last week on "Your Home Bar," we outlined your basic liquor necessities to begin mixin' drinks at home like a pro. So by now,

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How to Build Your Home Bar – Part I: Bar Basics

I'm shocked no one has talked about this yet, but it's high time we discussed drinking at home in more depth. Getting hammered in bars is all well

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Flaunt Your Intelligence (And Get FREE Drinks) at Nerd Jeopardy

Full disclosure:  I was on the quiz bowl team in high school.  Actually, I was captain of the quiz bowl team.  For four years.  Now

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Name Night Is The Best Idea at No Idea Bar

It has been said that the name your parents choose to give you will define the type of person you will become. Now imagine if

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How Not to Become a Gay Icon

Shortly after graduating college, I found myself in an “identity crisis.”  I realized that I had spent the last four years of my life writing

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The 7th Annual Mid-Winter Bar Worker’s Ball is on Monday!

 

If you work in the service industry, this time of year is sort of a blessing and a curse. The holidays, grueling hours, double-shifts and