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Stop Putting TVs in Every Bar

Stop Putting TVs in Every Bar

Walk into most bars in any city in America and you’re likely to see a few staple items; beer taps, bar stools, various tables, and, of course, at least one television. All seem entirely appropriate for the atmosphere — except for the last one. What’s the deal with the plethora of televisions flooding our bars?

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How Much Does A 16-Ounce Beer Cost Per Win In The NBA? [Infographic]

How Much Does A 16-Ounce Beer Cost Per Win In The NBA? [Infographic]

In an NBA that’s definitely divided into a world of haves — such as the Warriors and the Cavs — and have-nots, one thing that unites fans is griping about sky-high beer prices. Along with wins and losses, the cheapest priced beers at NBA arenas actually vary quite a bit. We examined last year’s beer prices around the […]

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The One Bright Spot At The Rio Olympics Is Cachaça And Caipirinhas

The One Bright Spot At The Rio Olympics Is Cachaça And Caipirinhas

Brazil’s getting a lot of flack these days. There were those sorry-looking athlete rooms in the Rio Olympic Village. The Zika story keeps getting worse and worse. Infrastructural and political instabilities still plague the country. And then there was the sewage leak that led to drug-resistant super-bacteria being found in waters off some Olympic beaches. […]

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Who Invented Beer Pong? Here’s The Unsurprisingly Confusing History

Who Invented Beer Pong? Here’s The Unsurprisingly Confusing History

Want to go to Dartmouth? Good for you. That’ll cost you just $69,474 a year. That price tag might seem insanely high and definitely includes a cost category vaguely labeled “miscellaneous,” but think of what you’re getting: it’s an Ivy League school, probably a great first step toward a super-corrupt political career, and—wait for it—the […]

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Drunk In The Dugout

Drunk In The Dugout

Some of us—let’s say those of us lesser versed in the poetry of the sport—need beer, maybe quite a few beers, to enjoy a baseball game. It’s not because the sport isn’t technically interesting, or that we’re less American than people who can watch a full game sober. We just have a lower tolerance for […]

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