Punxsutawney Phil predicted an early spring for 2013… but apparently Mother Nature hasn’t gotten the message. Historic winter storms continue to rock most of the United States, dumping record amounts of snow (much to the Weather Channel’s delight!). Fortunately, with tons of snow, come tons of snowmen — I even saw one, tiny, emaciated snow…man?… on the streets of New York!
This week Friday Five! celebrates snowmen by honoring Bill Watterson and the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes, whose titular heroes create some of the most hilarious and memorable snowmen to ever grace the white, wintry landscape… real or fictional. So, whether you’re snowed in, going crazy, or laughing at the rest of us (shut up, California), these panels are sure to entertain your brain and warm your heart.
Now that the blackout at the SuperBowl is officially over (thanks for nothing, Bobby Jindal!), I can refocus some of my attention back on the rest of the world. Today, I will take time to tell you all how to handle the upcoming pop-culture event known as “The 85th Academy Awards.” That’s right, y’all, Oscar night is coming February 24th, and you must needs be prepared.
They’re coming! Run!
If you, like me, spent the end of last year locked away deep in a subterranean Mayan apocalypse zombie-proof bunker, you haven’t seen many of the key films nominated for tiny gilded men this year. It’s okay. I can help you fake it well enough to survive any social interaction on the subject. With my help, you’ll be able to attend an Oscar night party with the film-buffiest of cineastes and fake it like a true Casual Gentleman.
The Super Bowl is almost upon us… and game day parties across the nation will feature the same boring buffet of chicken wings, nachos, hot dogs and chips — You brought chunky salsa? I’ll treasure this unique moment forever!
Please. No one remembers the party that played it safe. Fortunately, dear party host, The Casual Gentlemen are here to help make your Super Bowl spread as epic as the game. Ditch the tired classics and go bold with these five bi-costal foods native to the cities represented in the Super Bowl… San Francisco and Baltimore!
Glenn isn’t the only one who knows a thing or two about a thing or two. My 10+ years in the service industry has given me an insider’s view of the world of dining out, and I’m hear to spread the wealth!
In honor of NYC’s first restaurant week of the year I’m starting a month-long series on how to maximize your dining experience, not act like a rube, and learn to eat-out like a pro.