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Final Drinking Liberally Event at Memphis This Thursday

Santaora Building in Santa Ana Artists Village

As Dan wrote previously, Memphis at the Santora in Santa Ana is closing. Our favorite restaurant and bar has been the host location for our weekly Drinking Liberally gatherings since August of 2006. We will be celebrating almost 7 1/2 years of liberal conversation and fun this Thursday, February 6th. The conversation starts at 8:30 pm.

Drinking Liberally Tonight in Santa Ana

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It’s been a while since I’ve posted a reminder about our regular Thursday gathering of liberals in Santa Ana. But since this is the last Drinking Liberally gathering before Thanksgiving (we only drink liberally at home with family on Thanksgiving evening). But tonight provides a special opportunity.

Happy Birthday Dan!

Dan Chmielewski (right) and Chris Prevatt

It’s that time of year again where I get the distinct pleasure of reminding my LiberalOC colleague, Managing Editor Dan Chmielewski, that he is older than me. Even if only by two and a half months I am always conscious during our frequent debates, over how liberal or conservative we should be, that I should respect my elders. I rarely pay attention to that rule, except for on his birthday.

We’re Trembling in Our Boots Over Here

T-minus 18 hours after he launched an online poll calling for us to drop the federal cybersquatting lawsuit against us, Art Pedroza’s online petition has three signatures — two from his blogteam.  Three.  SchoolHouse Rock says three is a magic number. What an impressive showing from the self-proclaimed most important political blog in Orange County…

Crashing the “Drinking Conservatively” Party

Since Drinking Liberally usually features a few conservatives every Thursday that we can carry on an intelligent conversation with over our favorite beverage, I decided to crash the inaugural “Drinking Conservatively” event in Costa Mesa last night. And my thanks to Red County publisher Chip Hanlon for the warm welcome. I had a great conversation…