SXSW: Food Trailer Love

The local food trailer culture has become an iconic staple of Austin living and to support our independent mobile restaurants during SXSW, we’re giving away our goods at select roaming eateries over the next 10 days. We’ve selected five of

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SXSW: Food Trailer Love

The local food trailer culture has become an iconic staple of Austin living and to support our independent mobile restaurants during SXSW, we’re giving away our goods at select roaming eateries over the next 10 days. We’ve selected five of

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Year of the Dragon Art Contest

Hey there mates! As many of you know, January 23, 2012 marked the beginning of the Chinese Year of the Dragon and to honor our fire-breathing friend, we’re hosting a contest that could involve free LighterMate products for you. Here’s the breakdown:

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Year of the Dragon Art Contest

Hey there mates! As many of you know, January 23, 2012 marked the beginning of the Chinese Year of the Dragon and to honor our fire-breathing friend, we’re hosting a contest that could involve free LighterMate products for you. Here’s the breakdown:

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Ballyhoo Betty Returns from Florida to Face the Burn Ban

Hello again Mates, The past month has been another for living out of the ol’ suitcase, this time with The Coney Island Rock n’ Roll Roadshow. Our entourage overtook bars, clubs, pubs and record stores throughout my native state of

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Ballyhoo Betty Returns from Florida to Face the Burn Ban

Hello again Mates, The past month has been another for living out of the ol’ suitcase, this time with The Coney Island Rock n’ Roll Roadshow. Our entourage overtook bars, clubs, pubs and record stores throughout my native state of

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Austin City Limits – One For The Books

Hello all you beautiful festival goers! LighterMate was in full force at this year’s Austin City Limits and it was great to see all you friends who took a moment to come say hullo. We found ourselves running through the

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Austin City Limits – One For The Books

Hello all you beautiful festival goers! LighterMate was in full force at this year’s Austin City Limits and it was great to see all you friends who took a moment to come say hullo. We found ourselves running through the

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The Legendary Art of Bike Jousting

In old England noble knights would mount up on their horses and charge each other with lances. The better man rode high, the loser ate dirt. In this modern day jousting has long since disappeared. It only appears in cheesy

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The Legendary Art of Bike Jousting

In old England noble knights would mount up on their horses and charge each other with lances. The better man rode high, the loser ate dirt. In this modern day jousting has long since disappeared. It only appears in cheesy

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Hacky Sack – Masters Of The Footbag

Here at LighterMate, we love minimalist sports. The more nomadic the better. Hacky Sack is maybe the easiest sport that you could travel and still play. One small bag of beans and you have everything you need. I probably don’t

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Hacky Sack – Masters Of The Footbag

Here at LighterMate, we love minimalist sports. The more nomadic the better. Hacky Sack is maybe the easiest sport that you could travel and still play. One small bag of beans and you have everything you need. I probably don’t

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Halaska & The Human Circuit @ The Red 7

Last Tuesday at ye ole’ commie bar Red 7, Halaska and The Human Circuit played a pair of solid sets. These bands brought musical influences from every corner and then they put it all together with verve and style. The

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Halaska & The Human Circuit @ The Red 7

Last Tuesday at ye ole’ commie bar Red 7, Halaska and The Human Circuit played a pair of solid sets. These bands brought musical influences from every corner and then they put it all together with verve and style. The

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DOT ORG

Nine months ago, an English teacher was hired in Siem Reap, Cambodia. For a solid eight months, Abraham, a local Cambodian, has been teaching English classes two hours a day, five days a week. The first hour of class (4-5pm)

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DOT ORG

Nine months ago, an English teacher was hired in Siem Reap, Cambodia. For a solid eight months, Abraham, a local Cambodian, has been teaching English classes two hours a day, five days a week. The first hour of class (4-5pm)

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Pitchfork Festival

Hello Windy City Hey all! We are on our way to Pitchfork, where indie’s best music will be played for three days this Friday, Saturday and Sunday in the heart of Chicago’s Union Park. Pitchfork’s mission in 2006 was to

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Pitchfork Festival

Hello Windy City Hey all! We are on our way to Pitchfork, where indie’s best music will be played for three days this Friday, Saturday and Sunday in the heart of Chicago’s Union Park. Pitchfork’s mission in 2006 was to

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The End of the Road – A Farewell to the Fire Circus

The Electric Eye Roadshow has at last come to an end and I wanted to share a few fiery pics from our travels with you, dear mates. It was an intense tour, comprised of 16 shows in 17 days with

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The End of the Road – A Farewell to the Fire Circus

The Electric Eye Roadshow has at last come to an end and I wanted to share a few fiery pics from our travels with you, dear mates. It was an intense tour, comprised of 16 shows in 17 days with

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