Want to learn about beer? You can join the Beer Education Class with Head Brewer Kaylynn from Toltec Brewing (10250 Cottonwood Park NW)! Going down on Thursday, Jan. 30 from 5:30pm to 7pm, this free class is open to the public and will teach you all the basics about brewing, including beer history, ingredients and more. You too can be a beer expert, showing off to all your friends your deep and intricate beer knowledge. If this sounds like the event your life needs, all that’s left to do is make sure they know you’re coming. To RSVP or get more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
I come bearing terrible news. Mr. Peanut, of Planters Peanuts fame, has died in a car accident. If it feels like you just read pure insanity, you’d be right. The iconic peanut has been killed in what amounts to the strangest marketing stunt since last year’s IHOb fiasco, dying in a car accident involving the Nutmobile (which ranks as the best/worst nickname for a pimp’s car) whom he was driving with Matt Walsh and Wesley Snipes. How this will affect the company moving forward, we’re unsure, but now everyone’s favorite bourgeois peanut is no more (or is he?!), so hang on to that collectors merch, in case it gains value.
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Anatolia Turkish Mediterranean Grill is having a grand opening on Saturday, Feb. 1 starting at 5pm. The new location at 2132 Central Ave SE. Ste C will be going all-out with belly dancers, dinner and fresh baklava. If you have missed the great food they did at their other location, you can happily come and join them for great Mediterranean food and a good time. It’s free to attend, but you’ll probably have to order some food to get the full experience.
The Albuquerque Center for Spiritual Living (2801 Louisiana Blvd. NE) will be holding a Vegan Jazz Brunch on Sunday, Feb. 2 at both 10am and 12:30pm. Tickets are currently going for $27.97 for brunch, a mimosa bar for $10.97 or both for $38.94. The real question on the lips and minds of the people is: What is Vegan Jazz Brunch? You get a healthy and fresh vegan brunch, combined with the power of live jazz from the John Rangel Trio. Some of the menu items include buffalo fried cauliflower, garlicky yellow grits with wild mushrooms, strawberry waffles, sriracha sweet potato/kale/black bean scramble, roasted asparagus with hollandaise and mango kale salad. To get your tickets early, you just have to call (202)733-4980 or email email@example.com.