This is Chicago and we have a God-given right to drink wherever and whenever we please.
Shinjuku 2 Chome is like a gay bar buffet. The Tokyo district is said to have the highest concentration of gay bars in the world, each with its own theme (such as BDSM or J-Pop), and each with less than a 12-person capacity.
The film industry aside, LA is a hotbed for art—and if you're one of those supreme weirdos who claims not to like music, there are plenty of killer museums, too.
"Frankly, it's a disaster."
"You'll pick me up? Pay for everything? Be outside in ten minutes."
The things you think when you're not young or old or even middle-aged.
Webster Hall manager Gerard McNamee talks about how he deals with the hordes of Halloween revelers equipped with sword canes, massive costumes, and vials of booze hidden in tampon tubes.
Newtown, Sydney's hub on alternative culture, is bringing in self-imposed lockouts to deal with Kings Cross reveller runoff.
Exploring the dying tradition of New York bars opening their doors at 8 AM.
Oftentimes only a drink will do, so here are the top places to have one when you're a collection of polygons.
"The first few times it is funny. But when it is really busy and everyone has to work fast and hard, and your hands are full of glasses, you feel quite vulnerable."
Haha, yeah! Wooo! Haha. Drinking!
The influx of tourists over winter has created a booming micro industry for migratory sex workers in Queenstown.
You don't need to be Korean to catch a daeri, but you might have to hang out in Korean bars to know about them.
"I've seen everything from gangland turf wars to drunken fools thinking they can take on seven-foot-tall bouncers."
This year, one of Berlin's districts is testing out a different approach to obnoxious partiers: mimes.
A state legislator is determined to make it next to impossible for transgender people to use public restrooms.
"Everything from a cut above the eye, through to the fracture of the cheekbone or broken nose, right through to a fractured skull...that whole spectrum has declined since the lockout laws."
Every December, hundreds of fuccbois and basics longing for a shameless seasonal kegger descend onto the streets of New York City dressed like Kris Kringle. This year, the event unfortunately landed on the same morning as the Millions March.
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The Dellwood Lounge remained unscathed through all the unrest. Maybe the people on the street were just as afraid of what was behind the plywood as the men on their barstools were of the chaos outside.
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The most iconic villains in the gentrification of Denver are the bros riding the bicycle equivalent of an SUV while blasting "Blurred Lines," and the Punch Bowl Social—a Costco-size bowling alley that attracts upper-class beer-pong enthusiasts.
As ridiculous as it is to try to sum up a city in three to eight thousand words, I think these are pretty good tools for anyone traveling around these places with dreams of being thrown out of nightclubs, staring at landscapes, or getting involved in a ri…