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Hunger Benefit Concert @ Falstaff’s

Thursday, April 4th, 2013

Looks good!

Turns out there’s a lot of music happening this weekend.

At Falstaff’s on Saturday, some new club called Feel Good will be holding a benefit concert, featuring:

According to the email one of the organizers sent me, Feel Good is “all about ending world hunger sustainably by making and selling gourmet grilled cheese (made with locally donated ingredients), and selling them to raise money for THE HUNGER PROJECT.”

I’m unclear on the logistics of ending world hunger by feeding fat, disgusting Americans grilled cheese sandwiches, but grilled cheese, huh? Not complaining.

Suggested donation is $2-4.

Friday April 5, 9pm @ Falstaff’s

(via Facebook)

We Take Nostalgia Dairy Seriously

Tuesday, March 6th, 2012

This is why Media Services has Photoshop.

Spring Break is approaching and we all know D-Hall likes to repeat menus week after week. Even though putting bread and cheese together takes minimal effort, and is the perfect cop out for “what do we serve to hold the kids over until they leave?”, let’s be real: grilled cheese is the best.

Eating them makes you feel like you are 10, and who doesn’t love that Kraft commercial where they pull the sandwich apart and the cheese parts down the middle perfectly. That little girl at the end of the commercial looks so happy. And look how the cheese squares form into bags of money!

Yes, I tire of the monotony of the predictable dining hall every once in a while. But if you weren’t lining up for grilled cheese at The Diner, you’d definitely be making it in your Scribner House, hoping no one is going to break in to steal your cans of tomato soup (too soon?)


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