Thanksgiving is upon us and we know it’s great to be with family but there’s a point where there’s just too much togetherness. I personally have used (and will continue to use) sports to get out of social interactions with my kin. Bless America’s gridiron icons for duking it out on
Why serve beer at your Thanksgiving dinner? Because it’s fucking delicious. Also because: A great bottle of beer is generally cheaper and easier to find than a great bottle of wine. The Pilgrims did it (allegedly). Beer’s roasty, malty, savory flavors perfectly complement our beloved Thanksgiving dishes. Don’t believe me?
The Village Voice Holiday Spirits 3rd annual tasting event will feature an array of 25+ distilleries, wineries & more from New York City and beyond! The event will take place aboard the Hornblower Infinity Cruise Ship, on two decks (indoors and outdoors). Set sail and enjoy a complimentary buffet dinner, cocktails,
As a displaced Southerner (Proud Charlestonian) living in the North, patriotic holidays are always a bit of a conundrum. With many of our staples not being available above the Mason-Dixon it can be a bit of a bummer. But in 5 easy steps you Yankees can have a Southern style 4th
BAS Pride 2015: The 2015 Bi-BQ, Pride Night @ Comix Experience & FREE Tickets To Hard French Los Homos V w/ ESG
Well queers, we are already mid-week of this year’s rainbow tour and about knee deep in plenty of gay-ass shit to do. If you are, by chance looking for something to do on the way to the Milk Club and 48 Hills joint happy hour (because you would never
Although America may be a younger country as opposed to others our short history is deep. Our love of booze is even deeper. Here are 10 of the oldest pubs in the US thirsty for you to visit. All are still in operation as bars/restaurants. 1) The White Horse Tavern
I had the pleasure of running into Zane Lamprey in my neighborhood last week. He was currently on a mini-tour promoting Monkey Rum. I attended his launch party last summer and it did not disappoint. Amazing smooth rum cocktails and even better stories from the Syracuse native. He’s hosted more than