What to do tonight: 2/17 (plus: free food!)

What to do Wednesday night, including several events with free food!

Eastside Marketplace College Night

Eastside Marketplace, 165 Pitman Street, 6:00 p.m.-8 p.m.

You might think this is a bit more utilitarian than fun, per say (at the end of the night, it’s essentially a trip to the grocery store). You would be so wrong. WBRU will be there giving away prizes and a chance to win tickets to see Xanadu at PPAC! Plus, you get discounts and free samples! PLUS you get $10 donated to the Red Cross Haiti Relief Fund just by walking in with your college ID! Also, it’s really hard to find the Cheez-it boxes with two flavors (TWO) mixed in and they have them at Eastside. Not specifically related to college night, but if someone’s going to donate money to Haiti Relief just cause I bought the Sharp Cheddar/Parmesan combo (trust me, do yourself the flavor), it would make me a bad person not to go, right?

After the jump: pizza, sushi and crepes!

Pollock Party

Art House Basement, 6:00 p.m.-9 p.m.

Words cannot express how much awesome is contained in this event. Get free pizza and all the paint you need to go wild. Paint yourselves! Paint your friends! Don’t over think it, just go. Do not wear clothes that would not be enhanced by the addition of some splatter paint.

Haiku and Sushi

King House, 7:00 p.m.-9 p.m.

haikus and sushi

a perfect combination

let’s go to king house!

Yeah, that was weak. Go to king house and prove you can do better.

(Side note: If tonight’s event gives you a taste for writing haikus, unleash your creativity on the world of blogdailyherald with a FISHKU. Quite simple, really. You go to FishCo. You write a haiku about it. You e-mail or text it to fishco@browndailyherald.com. Make it happen people.)

Pause Crepes

Machado House, 87 Prospect Street, 7 p.m. – 9 p.m.

Tonight’s offering of free food is quite varied: we’ve got pizza at the Poll0ck party, sushi at King House, and free crepes at French house. It’s like a tour of everything you WISH Tastes of the World was.

-Anne Speyer

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