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48 Hours in New Orleans

48 Hours in New Orleans

Looking for a 48-hour getaway full of jazzy music, versatile cuisine, and endless amounts of flowing booze? Catch the next flight into Louis Armstrong Airport to check out our favorite city of the South, New Orleans (though that’s Nawlins, if you’re speaking like a local). While New Orleans is known for being a cocktail mecca, […]

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The Drinking Guide To Historically Black College Or University Homecoming

The Drinking Guide To Historically Black College Or University Homecoming

If you’ve never been to a Historically Black College or University — such as Hampton University or Norfolk State — you may not be aware that we’re in the midst of the most important season of the academic year: Homecoming. Homecoming at an HBCU is basically a national holiday that must be observed with the […]

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The 8 Best Beers For Your Kentucky Derby Party, Or Any Horse Race For That Matter

The 8 Best Beers For Your Kentucky Derby Party, Or Any Horse Race For That Matter

The Kentucky Derby is America’s greatest sports-party event. The Super Bowl gets all the attention, because it happens in early February when there are few other reasons to live, and because it’s preceded by an interminable buildup that resembles a presidential election campaign in its tedium and duration.

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Breaking The Seal: Fact Or Fiction?

Breaking The Seal: Fact Or Fiction?

Chances are you’ve been in a situation where you’ve been out having a few drinks with friends, and someone finally gets up to use the restroom. At that point, he or she is admonished as being the first person to “break the seal.” After that first bathroom trip, said individual will be back and forth to […]

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On President’s Day, 8 Ways To Drink Like The Presidents Even If You’re Stuck At Work

On President’s Day, 8 Ways To Drink Like The Presidents Even If You’re Stuck At Work

President’s Day is a holiday that has lost some of its luster over the years. The day was originally designed to commemorate George Washington’s birthday, and it was moved in the late 1960s under “The Uniform Monday Holiday Act” so we could have more three-day weekends…well, or at least so that government workers could have […]

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