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As you know, we talk about parties a lot on GofG (okay, that's a mild understatement). So, we get that after a night out, you need a convenient and affordable way to get home in one piece. So we teamed up with Sidecar to bring you a $10 discount on your next ride in Los Angeles. Read on to find out how you can claim your discount! More»
Just like Nick Naylor and the Merchants of Death in Thank You For Smoking, lobbyists, top staffers, and other DC deal bots have their go-to spots for power lunches in Washington. Here are our favorite places to close a deal over lunch in DC: More»
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Up until recently, getting a cab in Los Angeles has been a process riddled with frustration, but now it doesn't have to be thanks in large part to the tech community in San Francisco where several start-ups have remedied the problems with using taxis the old fashioned way. From apps that dispatch luxury black town cars to rideshare networks and programs, here's a guide to six alternative taxi services and apps that combine convenience, luxury and technology to make getting around L.A. without driving a lot easier. More>>
For all the great things Los Angeles has, one we haven't been able to nail is the cab situation. Getting taxis here has usually involved extended waits on the phone line to place your order, discrepancies between the ETA you're given and the actual arrival time of your ride, cabs you've ordered taking other passengers instead, and you can consider yourself very lucky if you've ever managed to hail one. But things have changed thanks in large part to the tech community in San Francisco where several start-ups have remedied the problems with using taxis the old fashioned way. From apps that dispatch luxury black town cars to rideshare networks and programs, here's a guide to six alternative taxi services and apps that combine convenience, luxury and technology to make getting around L.A. without driving a lot easier. [photo via]
Once your hangover's gone, check out where Washingtonians celebrated St. Patrick's Day (and where they didn't) in this latest round of Last Night's Parties:
The island of Manhattan is home to the greatest concentration of private clubs in this country, and no, we are not talking about the velvet-roped doors of the Meatpacking District. These elite institutions date back to the early nineteenth century, modeled after the gentlemen's clubs of London and retain the codes of behavior from that era. The buildings are reverent but nondescript, the fees are astronomical, and the dress code is de rigueur. Here are 7 members-only clubs, where the upper echelon of New York Society can freely mix business with pleasure.
Just when you thought you were "in" once you got on the list, it turns out there is even more of a hierarchy within your favorite DC watering holes. Here's the scoop on the five cards you need in your wallet. More>>
Saturday, December 7
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