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Another Festivus Miracle!

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It’s that time of year again folks.  When the levels of frustration run high what with all the shopping and the family gatherings.  Luckily, Corinne of ExploreSacto has once again put together the Festivus Tweetup. If you aren’t familiar with the concept of a tweetup, it’s basically when a bunch of people who chat on Twitter get together to chat… Read more »

Has my generation lost its mind?

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People who are parents of young children today confuse me. What the hell are you thinking? Why are you bringing your child who is not even old enough to go to kindergarten to a sit down restaurant? And taking them on a trip on an airplane? Are you nuts? Hello, McFly! Think! The child is going to throw a fit…. Read more »

>A Friday Night in Sacramento

> Last week, I used up my Festivus Tweetup winnings.  What did I win? A free night at the downtown Residence Inn and gift cards to Cafeteria 15L & Three Fires Lounge. Our first stop was the bar at Spataro.  If you are not paying attention, the name of this place sounds like Sapporo, which is down the street and… Read more »

>Raising a pint to raise hope

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> Confession:  I’ve never been on a bar crawl or pub crawl as it is now fashionably known.  I’m sure you’ve heard of these moveable feasts…well, I guess they are more like moveable Oktoberfest? Either way, a large group of people (some friends, some strangers) descend on an area of town where a bunch of watering holes are within walking… Read more »

>Grubwithus? Why not?

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>You know how they say you should do something that scares you every day? Well, in an effort to break out of my comfort zone and talk to random strangers, I signed up for a Grubwithus meal. What is Grubwithus? As far as I can tell, it’s a social media site that allows people to have fixed price meals at… Read more »