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Presenting: The Cosby / Tacky Sweater Bar Crawl 2014

Presenting: The Cosby / Tacky Sweater Bar Crawl 2014

It’s impossibly insane to believe that after four years, A MARRIAGE WE’RE RESPONSIBLE FOR, and hundreds of dollars raised for local charities the 4th annual Cosby / Tacky Sweater Bar Crawl is upon us yet again. On November 22nd, the sweatered masses will assemble yet again to rove the length of Boston Street and sweater it up. As we here at The City That Breeds are aware that Bill Cosby Sweaters may be in short … Read entire article »

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The Fifth Annual (!) Snuggie Bar Crawl is this weekend

The Fifth Annual (!) Snuggie Bar Crawl is this weekend

Unbelievably, inconceivably, holy shit we’re oldily the FIFTH ANNUAL and wildly popular Snuggie Bar Crawl is occurring this Saturday, February 23rd with the jump being at Captain Larry’s Bar and Grill (601 E Fort Ave., Riverside). I think I’ve been to at least three of them thus far with the first having had the distinction of being one of the first of its kind in the nation. It’s always a good ol’ time walking around … Read entire article »

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Guzzle and Gobble 8 and a Kickoff Happy Hour to benefit Movember

Guzzle and Gobble 8 and a Kickoff Happy Hour to benefit Movember

It’s Movember time again, starting November 1st the annual celebration of manly moustaches and men’s health awareness begins, this year bigger than ever. The rules are simple: shave your face clean on November 1st and grow a moustache throughout the month of November. Bother your friends to “sponsor” your moustache and collect donations, or simply spread the word about the importance of testicular/prostate cancer screening. Personally speaking this’ll be my 5th year as a participant, … Read entire article »

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Announcing the 2nd annual Cosby Sweater Bar Crawl: The Gathering of the Cosbys

Announcing the 2nd annual Cosby Sweater Bar Crawl: The Gathering of the Cosbys

And so it was roughly a year ago that the announcement was made: The Baltimore area would raise its tackily patterned sweaters high and declare a new holiday of sorts, the Cosby Sweater Bar Crawl. The resulting crawl was a resounding success and a pretty penny was raised for one animal shelter known as BARCS. Well, this year we’re looking to do it again, preferably bigger and better, including every bar along the Boston Street … Read entire article »

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A Grand Gesture for Scunny

A Grand Gesture for Scunny

We all heard the news over the weekend of the untimely and extremely shitty passing of beloved Nacho Mama’s founder Scunny, who was tragically killed in a cycling accident in Ocean City. In a showing of grand charity, the likes of which would make Scunny proud, comes this very special announcement. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE On Wednesday, bars, restaurants and small businesses from Canton, Fells Point and Federal Hill will band together to show their love and respect … Read entire article »

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Presenting: The first ever and probably annual Halloween in April

Presenting: The first ever and probably annual Halloween in April

(Facebook Page) If you’re a Baltimore resident who happens to be interested in the festivities and frivolity of Halloween, chances are pretty high you at one point attempted to spend the high holiday in our own Historic Fells Point, and within five point five seconds found yourself waiting in line for 27 hours at Max’s or some other bar attempting to get a solitary Miller Lite. Why deal with that, when you can have Halloween six months … Read entire article »

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Guzzle and Gobble 7 (to benefit Movember) tickets are on sale

Guzzle and Gobble 7 (to benefit Movember) tickets are on sale

  Save the date and get your credit cards out, coz on Saturday, Movember 19th Guzzle and Gobble 7 is not only happening but will also benefit Movember and the most prestigious of Baltimore area Movember teams, Boh Knows Movember (tip of the hat to Baltimore Network member teams Patapsco High School and Visit Baltimo’), the throwdown occuring at Noble’s in Federal Hill. Tickets are available now at www.guzzleandgobble.com, your donation will nab you an incredible … Read entire article »

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Moustache Season is upon us – Movember 2011!

Moustache Season is upon us – Movember 2011!

For several years now, blogmaster Evan has participated in the charitable month formerly known as November – currently known as Movember – growing a fresh, fluffy moustache throughout the month in an effort to raise funds and awareness for men’s health issues – specifically, Prostate and Testicular Cancers. The Movember Foundation splits its funding between the Prostate Cancer Foundation and the LiveSTRONG campaign to support their ongoing battle against life threatening men’s health issues. What began … Read entire article »

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Free Admission to Fright Fest with blood donation

Free Admission to Fright Fest with blood donation

Everyone knows about Fright Fest, Six Flags America’s (13710 Central Ave, Upper Marlboro) annual month-long celebration of all things scary and Halloween-oriented, so why not get in for free and help out the Red Cross by donating some blood? Saturday October 1st from 10:00am-4:00pm, donate on premises at Six Flags America and receive a free ticket for admission, usable any Saturday/Sunday until October 30th. Or if you’re a thrill seeker like me, donate blood and … Read entire article »

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Local DJ wears awesome shirt with baseball legend

Local DJ wears awesome shirt with baseball legend

Legendary Orioles manager (the) Earl Weaver was in town last week to participate in some sort of sports-related discussion thing at the Sports Legend Museum (naturally), where he more than likely cursed a lot and gave everyone their what-fors, a time which one could only imagine as really really fun – and then I saw this picture posted on the internets: That’s right folks, 98 Rock DJ Don (aka Cap’n Don) wearing one of our “PRESS … Read entire article »

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