I never understand why anyone hesitates to perform karaoke. You don’t have to be good or even mediocre; all you have to do is entertain. So don’t bother coming if you’re not ready to give us a show, but if you are willing to perform air guitar solos, bust Fly
Disregard the date on the poster. They rescheduled to tomorrow. Temescal: It’s that slice of Oakland that’s just north of MacArthur BART and south of Berkeley city limits. Still don’t get the picture? It’s the neighborhood that’s home to both Bakesale Betty and Lanesplitter’s. Ah, now you see. Come out
Karaoke, who doesn’t like it? Probably Hitler, I bet. But you know when you go to a karaoke birthday party or event of some sort and the person you have a crush on or are dating is there and you still want to have a good time, but you don’t
Over the past few years I’ve watched as San Francisco has been pulled out from under us and sold to the highest bidder. And I’m fed up and heartbroken. San Francisco is for everyone, not just the wealthy elite, and this is why I’ve decided to run for mayor....
One of the best things about New York is despite its size, it doesn’t take much geographic area to be declared a separate district. Example: Koreatown. It’s only a block long, but it gets a special title and has its own Korean bank. And there’s a lot of karaoke bars
Yoko: NOT INVITED iTunes “newcomers” The Beatles are the most overrated musicians of our time. Nevertheless, they produced a ton of well-known songs that laid the groundwork for artists to follow, so even if you’re not a huge Fab Four fan, you probably know at least a few songs from playing
SUNDAY FUNDAY First thing’s first: WHY THE EFF DIDN’T I KNOW ABOUT THIS?? I thought I was the ultimate connoisseur of everything FREE food-related, as I am super broke and also a huge pig. In any case, this one slipped by me until now — the ultimate Sunday Funday at
Laura’s post about karaoke spots in NYC totally inspired me to post this excerpt from my book. Winnie’s is Amazing!! With $5 Budweisers, this place goes against one of the basic tenets of Broke-Assdom, that the cheapest beer in a place should cost no more than $4. But in extreme