Author Archives: Brandon Wetherbee

The Least Douchey Bars in D.C. – 2017 Edition

Source: Brightest Young Things DC

2017 by Kaylee Dugan, Svetlana Legetic & Brandon Wetherbee, Shout-outs to Shauna, Stephanie and Logan who helped with the 2012 and 2013 lists We ran our first Least Douchey Bars in D.C. list in 2012. It was done in response to COMPLEX’s The 25 Douchiest Bars in DC which we felt was, “For the most […]

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Real Cheese Vs. Fake Cheese Taste Test

Source: Brightest Young Things NYC

You probably already know the results of this taste test before you read it.

Real cheese and fake cheese are not the same thing. In fact, one is cheese and the other is not cheese. The not cheese doesn’t really taste like cheese. But we wanted to figure out if the perception is reality. So we had BYT’s Chloe, Jenn, Kaylee and Marissa try all of the real and corresponding fake cheeses we could find at local Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods. Marissa is a vegan so she only ate the not real cheeses. Forcing lactose on anyone is cruel.

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Real Cheese Vs. Fake Cheese Taste Test

Source: Brightest Young Things DC

You probably already know the results of this taste test before you read it. Real cheese and fake cheese are not the same thing. In fact, one is cheese and the other is not cheese. The not cheese doesn’t really taste like cheese. But we wanted to figure out if the perception is reality. So […]

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BYT Interviews: Andrew Zimmern

Source: Brightest Young Things NYC

Andrew Zimmern speaks in speeches. The television host, author, and advocate for feeding the hungry knows how media works. He chose to get a television show and a decade later, he got a television show (for more on that, listen to this episode of The Alton Browncast). That show has been on the air for over a decade. Anyone that’s binged on Bizarre Foods knows why he’s popular. He’s charming and interested without ever seeming like he’s reading from a script. His welcoming personality makes the world a smaller and more welcoming place.

Zimmern will be in D.C. on ...

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