Happy Hour: Taco Tuesday roundup

School’s out, and summer is (finally) in full swing. Warmer temperatures, longer days and looser rules mean partying is no longer relegated to the weekend. In fact, the best way to get rid of a case of the Mondays is to start the weekend on Tuesday. In honor of tacos, tequila and clever alliteration, we rounded up our favorite spots to go hard on the grub and booze on Taco Tuesday — without blowing your budget.
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staff question

Q: Who's your favorite female rock star?

Justin McIntosh
Editor
A:

Carrie Brownstein

Brad Keefe
Web producer
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Kathleen Hanna, Shirley Manson, Alison Mosshart, St. Vincent, etc., etc.

Meghan Ralston
Photographer
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Lydia Loveless

Andy Downing
Reporter
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Mary J. Blige leave blood on the stage — the definition of rock star

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