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[Photo via RnR] Still need to figure out where you'll be cheering on the Seahawks or the Broncos while eating yourself into an utter oblivion on Sunday? Look no further, for we've done the recon and found some of the best Super Bowl viewing parties in town to spend this holiest of national holidays. Carry out your duty as an American on Sunday by parking yourself in front of multiple HD plasmas with as much beer, wings, and deep fried fare as you can handle at one of these Super Bowl XLVIII fiestas.
We don't know if the Seahawks or the Broncos will be victorious at this weekend's Super Bowl XLVIII, but we do know Bruno Mars will likely put forth a winning performance. We commend Pepsi's choice of performer as Super Bowl halftime shows have a tendency to be uniquely horrifying mashups of pop culture that are as awkward and uncomfortable to watch as they are compelling for their overwhelming awfulness. How bad could they really be? Let us count the ways. Following up yesterday's bottom five on our list with Part 1, we bring you our top five of the 10 most ridiculous Super Bowl Halftime Shows ever, from Bryan Boitano gracefully figure skating on the fifty yard line to M.I.A. flipping America the bird, and of course nipplegate.
With holiday season officially upon us, today I'm figuring out which of my pants have the most give in the waist in preparation for tomorrow's ceremonious eating into oblivion. Maybe the holidays mean returning to the place you once swore you'd never go back to, or in my case, a journey to foreign lands you may not belong, where the preferred footwear choice is a Birkenstock and the women don't shave their legs, much less their pits (I'm in Berkeley). For many of us, the holidays mean spending time with people with whom your only thing in common is DNA or a last name. As a seasoned expert in how to cope with extensive periods of awkward family time, I give you some ways to kill the hours with your "different" relatives during the holidays that may come in handy this Thanksgiving. None of these are groundbreaking, but I find lists very helpful in managing anxiety, so take a deep breath with me and let's go through this together. [Arrested Development scene via]
Our local team may be getting a new name, if some people have anything to do with it. More»
I know, I know, you're still mourning the lazy days of summer. But fear not! Fall in the District can be just as fun as rooftop pools and canoeing down the Potomac. So whip out that corduroy and check out what is getting us pumped for autumn in DC! More»
In the South Bay, Six Man isn't just a beach event, it's a way of life - and the most dehydrating holiday Manhattan Beach has to offer. For the uninitiated, here's the breakdown of the annual Charlie Saikley Six Man Beach Volleyball Tournament: you drink, you watch gorgeous people play insane games of volleyball, and you keep drinking until the not-so-gorgeous people become gorgeous. This year's Six Man took place yesterday, and although the city moved the tournament from a weekend to a Wednesday-Thursday setup in an effort to crack down on the DUI's and arrests, the beach cities party people were determined to make sure the shwasty spirit of Six Man was kept alive. From the kooky costumes to the chiseled players, here's a look at the long-standing traditions of Six Man that made their triumphant returns Manhattan Beach yesterday.
It's that time of year again! The ESPN Body Issue hit newsstands and there are some familiar faces in those pages. More»
Chinatown's Redline Gastrolounge welcomed fans of the Ravens and the 49ers for a wild Superbowl watch party yesterday. The sleek sports pub has the game playing on over 40 flat screens and on their 11-foot projection screen, which made Beyonce's halftime show and Jacoby Jones' 108-yard kickoff return that much better. More»
Football fans across the globe were all watching the same game last night: Super Bowl XLVII. This year's big game had an added level of excitement, as head coaches and brothers, Jim and John Harbaugh, went head to head for some sibling rivalry. As if that weren't enough, Beyonce's epic halftime show caused a stadium-wide black out, but that didn't put a damper on any of the festivities. Take a look at how the world watched and celebrated the game last night.
Even though our city's G-Men are not bringing home the ring this year, the crowds are still guaranteed to be out in full force. On Sunday, die-hard football fans will watch the season come to an end as the Baltimore Ravens face the San Francisco 49ers. Here is a roundup of some of the best places to watch the big game (and for some of the commercials and Destiny Child's rumored reunion) in the city.
Swapping picnics and beach trips for cider and sweaters, fall is one of the most romantic times in the city. Whether you’re looking to woo a new crush or impress your longtime flame, we’ve rounded up the seven best dates to get things heating up as the weather starts cooling down from flamenco to foliage. More»
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Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.