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February 18, 2007 at 12:54pm

Link & Drink returns to Tacoma

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Link & Drink â€" a guerrilla economic movement by dedicated resident hipsters that consists of packing themselves onto Tacoma's Link Light Rail and visiting four of downtown Tacoma's spiciest establishments hits the tracks again Saturday, Feb. 24, starting at Alfred’s Cafe & Bubble Room at 6 p.m.

Participants purchase a Passport Book filled with original artwork by local artists at Alfred’s and at each stop along the route, their Passport will be stamped by the participating artists.  Only 50 Passports are available, so reserve one today by RSVPing to bennett@net-venture.com.

The Link & Drink route has been set by Natasha, a nightlife columnist for the Weekly Volcano. So, rest assured, you'll be in for a treat.

The Must-Haves for Link & Drink:

  • A designated driver or money for the cab ride home;
  • A passport book for a mere $3 (just to cover the cost of printing);
  • A reasonable sense of balance after you've had a couple of drinks, or the common sense to hang on;
  • New acquaintances and fun. â€" Suzy Stump
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