Halftime Leisure

Thoughts Running Through My Head

Thoughts Running Through My Head

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12/03/2014

Running the same route squeezed between the Potomac and the parkway to the tourist filled monuments isn’t exactly escapism. It’s beautiful and enjoyable, but it doesn’t remove you from the hustle and bustle of Georgetown. If you really want a brief reprieve from all the chaos of campus, or even if you just want to…

The Weekly List: For your EDM friends

The Weekly List: For your EDM friends

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12/02/2014

[8tracks url=”http://8tracks.com/mkb108/house-indie-peace-treaty” ] You are an Indie Alternative fan. Most people have not heard of the artists you listen to, and you like it that way. Unfortunately, being the one with the outlandish music taste can have its faults, especially in the 18-22 age demographic. Your friends often prefer music with hard bass and nightclub…

Opera Review: The Barber of Seville

Opera Review: The Barber of Seville

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12/02/2014

Suit up, Halftime. It’s time to get classy and attend a night at the Met. As an aspiring performer and lover of all things classical music, my parents only thought it fitting to take the family to see Rossini’s Il Barbiere di Siviglia (in English, The Barber of Seville) at the Metropolitan Opera. Premiering in…

National Geographic: "Food: Our Global Kitchen"

National Geographic: "Food: Our Global Kitchen"

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12/01/2014

Sitting down at a table in Leo’s with friends, I never talk about where my food comes from. Usually the conversation involves the bad feeling Leo’s food leaves in our stomach. They point out the dry meat, cold noodles, stale cookies, and valiantly assert that they would do anything to avoid eating the cafeteria food….

How to Appreciate Brisk Winter Runs

How to Appreciate Brisk Winter Runs

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11/21/2014

The lower the temperature drops, the harder I find it to convince myself to get out of bed when my 8:21am alarm goes off. I don’t know how some students can get up at 9am for class when I’m barely able to crawl out of my bed for one of the things I love most…

Five Guys vs. Thunder Burger & Bar: Burger Week

Five Guys vs. Thunder Burger & Bar: Burger Week

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11/20/2014

Here we have a true set of opposites—the sloppily satisfying casual dining of Five Guys (Burgers and Fries) and the noveau-hip “serious” patty craft of Thunder Burger (& Bar). One is the DC-sprung chain that’s captured the hearts (or, occasionally, ire) of hamburger enthusiasts worldwide; the other is a classically yuppie-ish endeavor to rethink how…

Burger, Tap & Shake vs. The Tombs

Burger, Tap & Shake vs. The Tombs

By: and
11/19/2014

Welcome back to the Halftime Burger Bracket 2014! We present to you the battle of The Tombs versus Burger Tap Shake. These are two very different eateries with two very different burgers. Our endeavor began by asking the staff of each restaurant what they thought was the best burger on the menu. This left us…

Black Coal, Thin Ice Perplexes and Excites

Black Coal, Thin Ice Perplexes and Excites

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11/19/2014

Something unusual happened last February at the Berlin International Film Festival. Many films were vying for the festival’s top prize, including Richard Linklater’s 12-year coming of age story Boyhood and Life of Riley, the final film by the late, great Alain Resnais, among others. The festival jury, however, gave the Golden Bear to an unexpected…

Farmers Fishers Bakers vs. Black and Orange

Farmers Fishers Bakers vs. Black and Orange

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11/18/2014

We went out on the night of November 15th, 2014 to settle a simple question. Who has the better burger: Farmers Fishers Bakers or Black and Orange? We knew this would be no simple task, so we laid down some guidelines: We would ask for the most popular burger at each restaurant and eat it….

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