Washington D.C.

01 May 2018

A Comics View of Michelle Wolf at The White House Correspondents Dinner

After her performance on the WHCD, she was essentially dragged through the mud by the internet for her act, claiming things like it being raunchy and mean spirited. Here’s the thing: It was. It was supposed to be.

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16 Jan 2017

All the Ways to Protest The Inauguration While in D.C.

Making that fateful trek to our nation’s capital this week? Not all of it will be bad, yes there will most likely be a speech with the eloquence and grammar below a 6th-grade level, the lowest predicted attendance rate and highest amount of organized protests of any inauguration, but that

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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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23 Mar 2016

Johnny Depp, Margaret Cho & Thousands of Atheists Descend on DC for the Reason Rally

Guest post by Joe DeLong Religious conservatives Mike Huckabee, Bobby Jindal and Rick Perry all believed their god wanted them to be President this year. They’ve all since dropped out of the race as a giant oompa loompa with a reverse comb over leads their party off a cliff. Does

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05 Apr 2013

Broke-Ass Decorating: Bookmark Wallpaper

While visiting Washington D.C this weekend, I saw this fantastic floor-to-ceiling bookmark wallpaper at Idle Time Books! It’s basically free to make– start collecting bookmarks from your local bookstores, libraries, and future travel destinations, and just past them up on your wall.  Colorful, classy, literary– and most importantly, cheap! Photo

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03 Oct 2010

FREE Bus to DC for Daily Show’s “Restore Sanity” Rally

Jon Stewart recently announced he will be holding The Rally to Restore Sanity in Washington D.C. on Oct. 30. But what is he implying? That other, recent political rallies, which happened to fall on the anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech, displayed a distinct “loss”

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