On Wednesday, March 26, please join reason's Radley Balko, Nick Gillespie, Dan Hayes, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Michael C. Moynihan, Jesse Walker, David Weigel and Matt Welch and more for a happy hour at The Fab Lounge, beginning at 6.30PM. Things we'll be celebrating:
* The publication of our April issue, featuring Contributing Editor Peter Bagge's "Scenes From the Never-Ending Campaign Trail," Science Correspondent Ronald Bailey's eulogy for the "Fourth Great Awakening" in U.S. politics, Senior Editor Jacob Sullum's analysis of how drugs become demonized, Senior Editor Kerry Howley's appreciation for the emancipatory powers of the American hotel, and much, much more.
* The appearance of special guest star William Beaman, editor of Politics magazine (formerly Campaigns & Elections), which recently received a nice and well-deserved write-up in the Washington Post, and whose cover story this month is a Nick Gillespie/Matt Welch joint about "Long Tail politics" and how the political parties and candidates that succeed in the 21st century will be the ones that speak to the burgeoning libertarian vote.
* The advent of spring, with its attendant flowers and sunshiney days.
So come on out on Wednesday—note that The Fab Lounge is upstairs, and not the venue at street level—and see if The Washington Post's recent description of reason's happy hours as "every Libertarian-as-Bacchus fantasy you've entertained" is as truthful as a Malcolm Gladwell speech.
reason happy hour
Wednesday, March 26
The Fab Lounge
1805 Connecticut Ave., NW 2nd floor
Washington, DC (just a couple blocks north of Dupont Circle, on the southwest corner of Connecticut and Florida)
6.30PM-whenever the fun stops