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03 Jan 2011

Adjust Your Clock to Blue Sky Bakery

Something you need to know about me- I take my muffins seriously. More so than cupcakes, the pop ephemera of the pastry world, or other various tarts and cakes and whatever else, muffins are a source for pure, unmitigated deliciousness if done right. Unfortunately, many of them come out tasting

Dan Cerruti - 99 Cent Store Cowboy 0
01 Jan 2011

FREE Cartoons, Culture and Cereal: This is How We Do 2011

We cried, we laughed, maybe we even puked a little bit, but we survived another year. If you’re not to busy drowning yourself in Bloody Mary’s, there is plenty of awesome free stuff in our fair city this weekend. After all, do you really want the first face you see

Laura S - Spendthrift Scribe 0
17 Jun 2022

The San Francisco Beer Passport is Here!

Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Beer Passport. There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 37 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 37 of the finest locally owned bars,

Broke-Ass Stuart - Editor In Cheap 0
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

Jill S. 0
15 Dec 2010

FREE Zinester’s Guide to NYC Non-Denominational Cookie Swap

Baked goods are the best part of any holiday, especially cookies from the winter holidays. While all Christmas and Chanukkah cookies are delicious, it’s important to have variety. Making your grandma’s signature snickerdoodles is pretty awesome, until you’ve been eating them for every meal for three days. Instead of eating

Kiley E - Ragamuffin Researcher 0
29 Nov 2010

Know Your Right to Cheap Drinks at Jackie’s Fifth Amendment

I passed by Jackie’s Fifth Amendment everyday for a year when I worked at a diner in Park Slope, but I never went in until two weeks ago. I’d been holding it since Williamsburg, so when I walked in I said “Hi” quickly to the bartender, and kept running to

Kiley E - Ragamuffin Researcher 0
23 Nov 2010

Voidwell Homecoming Dance Better Than Your Homecoming

Brooklyn, for better or worse, has a glut of musicians and performers who get dubbed “cutting edge” or “the hot new thing.” Much like the terms “awesome,” “extreme,” or “neo-c0nservative,” these terms are overused to the point of becoming meaningless, no different from say “um” or “er” in your sentence.

Dan Cerruti - 99 Cent Store Cowboy 0
22 Nov 2010

Capital “C” Cafe Experience at Roots Cafe

You’ve seen a French movie, right? You know how the ludicrously attractive, ethereal girl will talk about stuff with the swarthy guy over coffee? They’ll be musing about love, life, or whatever with their pretty lips while even-tempo jazz and the clinks of coffee cups happen in the background? And

Dan Cerruti - 99 Cent Store Cowboy 0
08 Nov 2010

Breakfast Dates in Brooklyn

Breakfast dates. Kinda awkward sometimes, right? I don’t know who these people are that go on breakfast dates, but it’s just kind of weird to me. Like, there’s clearly no possibility of going home with the other person, you just sort of awkwardly part ways afterward and carry on with

Anna G - Caliburg Contributor 2