Tiger Woods' Restaurant Accused of 'Destroying Evidence' in Wrongful Death Lawsuit
Nicholas Immesberger’s family is accusing The Woods restaurant of overserving the bartender and destroying security camera footage.
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"It’s not something I would do everyday, but I have spent $100 on a lot less nice things."
Getting 'California Sober' Showed Me a Kinder, Gentler Way to Do Drugs
When I quit every substance except weed and psychedelics, I could still party and expand my mind, but without the selfishness and addiction.
Man Imprisoned for Drunk Driving Says His Body Actually Turns Food into Alcohol
Surprisingly, there's legitimate science to back it up.
Getting Sober as a Bartender Means Quitting the Clown Act
I had chosen not to be an artist. I had chosen to be a clown, and I wasn’t happy with it. So I stopped.
Florida Cops Know You Have Vodka in That Sunscreen Bottle
Hey, spring breakers—figure out a new scam.
Research Says If You're a Republican, You Probably Like Keystone Light and Michelob Ultra
Plus, Democrats are a bunch of white wine drunks.
This Is Why Getting Drunk Gives Some People Diarrhea
"I’d expelled about a half-cup of rusty water before my sphincter snapped shut, and I could hobble to the bathroom to finish what I‘d sharted."
How the American Fraternity Became a Hotbed of Hypermasculinity
Despite scandal after scandal, male Greek Life isn't going anywhere.
This Is What Happens to Your Body When You Stop Drinking
Here's how a substantial phase of sobriety could affect your immune system, sleep, and even your skin.
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Woman Finds Drunk Guy Sleeping in Her Dog's Bed, Is Surprisingly Chill About It
The guy apparently went a little too hard on New Year's Eve.
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What Researchers Learned from the Brain of a 27-Year-Old with Amnesia
It's possible to have knowledge without remembering.