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02 Apr 2011

Discover Yourself Today for FREE

That’s what he said to your mom. Ever wonder why you look exactly like the mailman? Need to back your claim of being half Mexican, half German, and 100% awesome? Well, today you’ll have the chance to uncover all the mysteries of your family’s lineage for FREE at the California

Mia Di Pasquale - Scroungy Scribbler 0
16 Mar 2011

Undo Damage Done with St. Patrick’s Tours at the Merchant House

It’s St. Patrick’s Day ya’ll, one of the few times all year when the rest of the world joins lushes like us in public inebriation before noon. In case you feel rightfully guilty for the booze damage done to your person during the FREE St. Patrick’s Day Parade starting at

Jill S. 0
28 Feb 2011

Far-out History Lesson Tonight

All right, you win: Cats don’t wear pajamas, and if you think you’ve seen it, that was actually a dog. But tonight, you can see the next best thing: brainy, brawny skirt Ginger Murray‘s ginchy cabaret at the Make-Out Room. Every Cat’s Pajamas event honors past cultural aesthetics through artistic performances,

Sarah M. Smart - Red-Light Special 0
20 Nov 2010

Walking is Free: “The Block Beautiful” on E. 19th

Spent all your money on Maker’s Friday night and now you ain’t got cash for the weekend?  Guess what, po’boys… walking won’t cost you a thing and is one of the best forms of entertainment in our fine city. I’ve found it hard to actually take in the architecture, read

Jill S. 0
01 Sep 2010

Get Smarter, Stupid! 8 Free Podcasts

I read a study last week that said that as far as our problem-solving ability and general mental plasticity, our brains finish the major parts of their development by the time we hit 25. That scared me a lot because I engaged in the willful murder of many of  my

BAS Writers 1
26 Nov 2009

Fraunces Tavern: Color Me Colonial

The other day, via a G-chat conversation, Ashley and I discovered a place in lower Manhattan called Fraunces Tavern, a 3-story brick restaurant with various dining rooms mainly used for what I can only assume to be Colonial-themed occasions, as it’s a historical landmark, of sorts, as it was a

Anna G - Caliburg Contributor 0