Eat See Play
If you’re looking for a real scare this week, or just want to hear some original Jamaican tunes man, get yourself into the 80’s mindset (just the mindset though, no one wants to see you in your Zumba’s) and head over to North Star Bar.
Brookstone is now selling an awesome product to drown out your roommates stomping, singing, and other noises you’d rather not hear… The new 2.4Hz Wireless TV Headphones not only connect to your TV, but also to your stereo, computer, and mobile device.
I bet if we told you to think of something that’s both terrifying and vintage, creepy dolls and your parents’ prom pictures would be the first two things to pop into mind. But, what if we told you about something older and even more terrifying than those vintage pictures? Just imagine one of the first penitentiaries in the country, where prisoners were held in solitary confinement for their entire stay, getting turned into a haunted house for Halloween (told ya there was something scarier than seeing your mom with a mullet).
We get it; the old school way isn’t always the best way. Take technology for example. Everyone knows that iPhones are way better than those old, giant, brick like cell phone contraptions that didn’t fit in briefcase, let alone a pocket (even though it does looks like the iPhone 6+ is bringing us back in that direction). However, when it comes to food, Abe Fisher proves that some good old fashioned traditional food takes the proverbial cake.
Long ago were the days of playing in a sandbox and running away from girls with cooties. Even though you’re still running away cootie ridden girls (good call, you don’t want to catch the adult version), we know the days of unlimited playtime have are gone and have since been replaced with sitting in a cubicle staring at a computer screen for hours on end.
The sandwich has been a staple in your diet for as long as you can remember. As a kid your mom would make you a P.B & J, as a teenager you devoured countless B.L.T’s, and then came your college days, when your sandwich habits consisted of scarfing down a bacon, egg and cheese every Sunday morning after drinking too much alcohol and shamefully sex-iling your roommate every Saturday night.
All right folks, it seems to be time to prepare for whatever it is Mother Nature has in store for us in the coming months. Because rumor has it, she’s even more pissed off then last year.
It’s 5:00pm on Saturday and you’re still in bed.
Your head is still pounding, your stomach is reeling and all you want is the good stuff… to eat that is. Instead of pulling your blankets back over your head and snoozing for a few more hours, do yourself a favor and slide out of your sheets and into Good Stuff Eatery.
Join the South of South Neighborhood Association, South Street West Business Association and Bella Vista Beer Distributors as they take over 4 blocks on South street, to celebrate the cities sixth annual Bloktoberfest on Saturday, October 11th
Spruce Street Harbor Park, open until September 28, is the perfect place for you to say so long to summer and hello to fall. Mosey down the boardwalk to do some people watching or chill out for the night at the urban beach.
Your summer nights used to consist of bonfires, beach bashes and bros. Now it’s fall and you’ve reserved a permanent spot on the couch with a six pack and your dog. That’s just as good, right?
Cheap beer, buffalo chicken dip, subs, wings… it feels like eons since we’ve been able to sit around and have an excuse to eat great junk. But it’s finally here, that’s right my friends, it’s football season once again.
It’s Sunday morning. Your head is pounding, you’re in desperate need of greasy food, and are asking yourself why you thought 15 shots of Fireball was a good idea last night. Lucky for you at Kings Oak you can watch your Sunday football in peace, and cure your hangover once and for all in five easy steps.
Jay-Z knew you were looking for one last summer blowout before heading back to school. He has teamed up, once again, with Budweiser to bring his insane Made in America tour to the Ben Franklin Parkway at Eakins Oval, in Philly.