06 Jan 2011

Victory Drinks and Jazz with Search and Restore Tonight

Tonight at Littlefields, the fine folks behind jazz-lover mecca Search and Restore are rewarding you for their hard work (can this happen more often, please?).  To celebrate the success of their Kickstarter campaign raising funds to help them document the NYC new jazz scene in film form, they’ve invited some

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30 Dec 2010

FREE 90s Dance Party Tonight at Bell House

This Christmas, I was forced to finally go through the boxes of my crap taking over my parents’ basement. While rediscovering treasures like a cassette of Wilson Phillips’ “Hold On,” troll key chains, and more chokers than a person should be legally allowed to possess, I was once again the

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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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29 Dec 2010

Union Hall: Go for the Bocce, Stay for the Bathrooms

I am unfortunately not in NYC right now for the shit ton of snow and to punch people who use the word “snowpocalypse,”  but agree that it looks like father winter was super drunk and got carried away with the whole weather thing. I know for a while I’d be

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06 Dec 2010

Carnivorous Nights: the Secret Science Club’s Annual Taxidermy Contest

Taxidermy is one of those things that people love or hate. I freaking love it, even though I’m a vegetarian. There’s just something so fascinating about seeing a natural thing in an unnaturally still state. Also, it’s the best way to get up and close to a tiger without getting

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27 Nov 2010

Enter Funktown with Gordon Voidwell at The Bell House

For those of you who aren’t trapped in the frozen tundra that is Michigan, shimmy on over to The Bell House this evening to see a new revolution take place with electropop acts Gordon Voidwell and company sharing the stage. Voidwell or “Will” has been getting a lot of ink

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19 Nov 2010

Plastic Monstrosities Abound at the MF Toy Festival

It’s rare for the average semi-adult to buy toys. The reasons for this are likely obvious and range from simple practicality – “I have all the toys I need!” – to blunt truth – “I am sooo broke.” Toys, minus the wide range of adult offerings, are for kids. But sometimes you have to

26 Oct 2010

Whiners Will Be Paddled at Amateur Ping Pong Tournament

I played ping pong for the first time a few weeks ago. Coordination and gentleness has never my thing. I hit a ball so hard it went into the balcony level of bleachers at the Y. Then I hit another ball onto the track and had to dodge runners to

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18 Oct 2010

FREE Short Science Films

The Secret Science Club isn’t a well kept secret. They meet at the Bell House instead of an underground bunker or camouflaged tree house, and you don’t have to solve a crazy physics equation to get in. But their meetings are always about topics you’d probably never think of on

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