The man. The myth. The Ghostbuster. More than 40 artists have banded together for one singular purpose―to try to properly express their love for the guy who played Venkman. You might think this calls for a party with an open bar, and these people thought so too...
Things to do for September 16, 2010
Beer Buckets, Zombies and Taco Tuesday
The weekend is campaigning for weekend reform.
Another season of wine-drenched cemetery picnics is winding down, but not before a real doozy of a finale. Saturday night among the headstones, you’ll be watching George Romero’s 1968 zombie classic, Night of the Living Dead. It’s either so wrong it’s right, or so right it’s wrong.
Nachos and Beer Buckets at 25 Degrees
You usually visit 25 Degrees for the burgers, but Sundays and Mondays, when it’s time to catch the football game, you’ll now be heading there for specials like Prime Rib Nachos, Chili Cheese Fries and $9 buckets of beer. And maybe a burger.
Long before LA was drowning in Ed Hardy trucker hats, there was a 10-year-old tattoo artist named Don Ed Hardy, who grew into an international ink icon and eventually inspired... those clothes. Consider the documentary Ed Hardy: Tattoo the World, screening Tuesday at the Hammer, a cautionary tale.
NYC’s long-running party involving dueling guest bartenders, raffles, drinking for charity and, yes, tacos has set up shop on our coast. Come after 7pm for $4 beers and a $10 plate of three tacos―your choice of carnitas, tilapia, spicy red chili chicken or grilled flank steak.