Laura S - Spendthrift Scribe

28 Feb 2011

Scrabble and Schlitz: Great Games to Play Under the Influence

Most us grow out of playing drinking games after it’s no longer socially acceptable to play beer pong past the age of 21.  But that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy some classic board games after a round or two of cocktails.  It’s been said that I may have an unhealthy

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19 Feb 2011

Texas State Fair at the Bell House

As part of their monthly state fair series, The Bell House is celebrating the lone star state with a epic hootenanny any Texan would be proud of. Score discounted drinks with a Texas ID or spin the prize wheel to win free drinks and tickets to upcoming shows. Show off

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18 Jan 2021

The 100 Best Cheap Eats in the Bay Area

This list of great places to eat in the Bay Area will leave you smiling and probably drooling. All these joints are incredibly well priced, locally owned, delicious, and serving takeout in 2021. You can get something delicious, that will also fill you up, at all these eateries for under

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16 Feb 2011

Broke-Ass Giveaway: ScoutMob Gift Certificate to Red Bamboo

Either way, we all win! We’re all a fan of free stuff right? And now it’s even easier than ever to score discounts with online coupon sites. I’ve already professed my love for Scoutmob before and with good reason. Their no-strings attached model makes them standout in a sea of

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12 Feb 2011

Laugh at Others Rejections at the Bell House V-day Celebration

There’s no better way to feel instantly better about your own romantic standings then to listen to the tales of heartbreak and rejection of strangers. In a funny way of course. And in that spirit, The Rejection Show is the perfect Anti-Valentine’s Day event for couples and singles alike. Join

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10 Feb 2011

A Guide to NYC Subway Performers

Living in this city, we’re constantly being bombarded with sights and sounds both pleasant and grating. We’re essentially being entertained 24/7. No wonder our attention span is in such a sad state of affairs. Subway performers are a daily distraction most of us take for granted, just another one of

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07 Feb 2011

Big Books to Impress Strangers in Public

After it was announced recently that Kindle books are outselling hardback books on Amazon, I knew it was only a matter of time before kids would start asking, what are those weird “liebarys” things and when are robots going to start doing my homework? Yes, we live in a digital

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05 Feb 2011

Hot Pants and Lace-Ups at Down and Derby

I get the whole hipster embraced sports of the past thing: bowling, kickball, and of course roller-skating. Hell, I’m just waiting for shuffleboard to get its turn as activity of the moment. But for me, the appeal of skating around, knocking into people, and reenacting my “couple-skate” moves, has never

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29 Jan 2011

5 Years of Awesome: Music Anniversary Party at Glasslands

Nothing like a good old fashioned sweaty dance party to help you thaw out Saturday Night. Celebrating five years of musical chronicling, I Guess I’m Floating, has pulled together an awesome line-up of artists to help them celebrate what equates to 20 years in internet time. Featuring performances by Beach

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