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The Morgan Library is having a showing of art from The Little Prince. It's only on until the 27th. I'm going to suggest we go on Friday the 18th at 7 as its free Friday's from 7-9 and that seems to be the least objectionable date so far. posted by SpaceWarp13 at 6:15 AM -
Another month, another trivia meetup! Riddle Me That! is a game show team trivia challenge for everyone! Trivia! Points! Physical Challenges! MeFites! Shirtless thumb-wrestling! Headstands! Shooting Nerf arrows through a hole in a sheet! Exclamation points! [more inside] posted by eamondaly at 3:51 PM -
What are you doing on Friday, April 11th? My son will be away which means Mrs. Bondcliff and I can, like, have people over and not worry about keeping him up! Want to come over to play some games? [more inside] posted by bondcliff at 4:55 PM -
UPDATE: We will be meeting at Young Henry's for a beer or two, then moving on to Hartsyard for dinner. If you want to join us for dinner, please let me know by 11 May, as I'll be making any final changes to our reservation then.
Can't wait to meet everyone! [more inside] posted by ocherdraco at 3:07 PM -
Hello St. Louis MeFites. I'm (sorta) new(ish) in town and would love to meet-up with you all. Who's interested? [more inside] posted by Ufez Jones at 1:54 PM -
I'll be up in SF for the 12th for our awards show, leaving on the evening of the 13th. So, brunch on the 13th? [more inside] posted by klangklangston at 3:39 PM -
Degenerate Art: The Attack on Modern Art in Nazi Germany, 1937 is an exhibition of work banned and surpressed by the Third Reich. It's being shown at the Neue on the Upper East Side in NYC until June 30th. I think we should see it sometime in April. Like sometime In the second week of April. posted by The Whelk at 3:31 PM -
I was thinking we should have a game day/evening here in Portland again. Any suggestions for days/times/locales?
Just cards, like that one time that devolved into cards against humanity?
Board games? Which also usually devolves into cards against humanity.
How do we feel about just playing cards against humanity, or do we not want to do that at all? [more inside] posted by fiercekitten at 6:09 PM -
We won Pacific Standard's pub quiz a while ago and never redeemed our prize, a $200 party at the bar. Join us and drink free (within reason)! posted by mlle valentine at 4:14 PM -
Weekly meetup - Clandestino, Thursday. Regulars, lurkers and everyone else welcome. posted by SpaceWarp13 at 10:41 AM -
I'll be in Philadelphia the week of April 7. Previousmorning meetups at Fednuts (on South 2nd) have gone well.
Who's up for donuts? Sat Apr 12, 10am, Federal Donuts on South 2nd. posted by zippy at 10:06 AM -
I mean, it can't last forever, right? Right? PLEASE OH GOD PLEASE MAKE IT STOP! DO I HAVE TO MAKE A BURNT OFFERING TO THE WINTER GODS OR WHAT?! [more inside] posted by Horace Rumpole at 10:31 AM -
This is very random and last minute but I happen to be in Berlin this week (until Sunday the 30th March) and I've just realised (thanks to jeffburdges) The very last minute plan is Cafe CK in Prenzlauer Berg at 4pm on Saturday. [more inside] posted by Erberus at 1:43 PM -
Let's plan a meetup at a Durham Bulls game for some time in May or June[May 4, Star Wars Night]. It's minor-league baseball, so the prices are low: The most expensive tickets are $30 (our will be in the $10 range), real pints of local craft beers are $5-7, and most concession food is in the $1-5 range. At the same time, the team is AAA, meaning the players are good enough to be only one step away from the Major Leagues, as demonstrated in detail in that great documentary film Bull Durham. Scheduling and booking details inside. [more inside] posted by ardgedee at 5:09 PM -