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Cinco de Mayo

Same Cinco, New Dos

There’s a new brew in town (and all of Texas and New Mexico for that matter). And it might be just what you need to put a new twist on your Cinco de Mayo festivities. Last month, Dos Equis launched a unique cerveza: Dos Equis Mexican Pale Ale (XX MPA). We were a little hesitant to try it because we’re […]

Spread Your Legs In Public

It’s almost Cinco de Mayo, which means everyone’s going to be trying to force margaritas down your throat. And we’re no different. Except ours come shaken with a little Shavasana, a squirt of Halasana and a colorful rim of Namaste. Now between the photo and those clues, you have everything you need to figure out where this is all headed: Mindfulness + Margaritas at […]

Cinco de Drinko

Ah, Cinco de Mayo. Also just known as “Friday” to most everyone living in Mexico. But no matter how irrelevant some people find the holiday, it’s become an official day of drinking in the United States. Typically, the poison of choice is tequila. But not everyone is a fan of the agave spirit, and everyone loves vodka, right? So, the guys over […]

Dallas Weekend Guide: May 5-8

It’s a big weekend all over the country between Cinco de Mayo, the Kentucky Derby and Mother’s Day. But it’s also a big weekend for new experiences around Dallas. Here are five things that would make your mama proud. Maybe. Tonight Miss Gay Texas USofA Newcomer Final Night What: Join host Kelexis Davenport (above) for the final night of competition […]

Cinco De Gay-O

Today is Cinco de Cuatro. But we suspect all non-Arrested Development fans will be celebrating tomorrow’s Cinco de Mayo instead. Either way, you should be serving tequila. It’s the American way. Not just any tequila, though. A really, really nice one. Like Casa Dragones Blaco, a new ultra-premium blanco tequila ($75/bottle) that’s ideal for mixing or enjoying on the rocks, […]

Because Lime Happy (Clap Along)!

We love that Cinco de Mayo has become one of the great American drinking holidays.   Right in line with St. Patrick’s Day, Mardi Gras and When A Pope Becomes A Saint Day, the 5th of May has become synonymous with indulging in a frosty beverage or ocho.   But one day simply isn’t revelry enough.   So in the […]