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24 Jan 2014

Celebrate Australia Day with Ping Pong, Sausage Rolls, and other Weird Australia Related Things

The history nerd in me wants to think that this is in honor of the Sydney Ducks, SF’s original organized criminals. But it’s not. It’s actually because Jess, one of the people behind American Tripps, is Aussie and Australia Day is the “Down Unda” version of the 4th of July. So

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31 Jul 2013

The American Tripps Two Year Anniversary with a Daft Punk vs LCD Sound System Dance Party

Fuck. I can’t believe American Tripps is celebrating its two year anniversary! I remember going to Allan’s 30th(?) birthday party at ATA and seeing him and all his friends running around in circles while playing something that resembled ping pong. Now he’s got a goddamn cottage industry on his hands

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04 Aug 2021

Hooray! The Oakland & East Bay Beer Passport is Here!

Step into a world of adventure with the Oakland & East Bay Beer Passport There’s no better way to explore Oakland and the East Bay than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 28 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 28 of the

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17 Aug 2012

FREE Entrance to Scene Unseen with RSVP Tonight!!

Every once in a great while an epic party happens that I can’t be at. I know, it’s rare, and I regret to say it because I hate missing epic parties. But this one seems to fit the bill and I’m in Los Angeles. Not only are Flosstradamus and Riff

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13 Apr 2012

Ping Pong and FREE Beer in The Lower Haight Tonight

The ever dashing Allan Hough is at it again with his Berlin Style ping-pong party American Tripps. This time it’s back in the Lower Haight at D-Structure. Never been before? It’s a shit ton of fun. Plus, there’ll be lots of FREE beer if RSVP here and get there early. I

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26 Nov 2011

Pingers and Pongers Unite: Berlin-Style Ping Pong

Berlin-style ping-pong is blowing up. Not only has it been the subject of a great essay by the Bold Italic, it’s been explained, over and over again, by Youtube videos  and holds a devout group of paddling proponents throughout the city. If you didn’t read the essay or just watch

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