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Mine, nachos

Posted by Dani Capalbo  March 30, 2009 05:17 PM

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Is there anything better than nachos and beer on the cheap? How about nachos and beer on the extreme cheap and local DJs who bring the funk? These things do exist beyond your wildest dreams — at the Savant Project, that is.

Northeastern students Jason Bergman and Andy LeClair work turtnables for your benefit under the moniker Death Star, and they're providing the soundtrack at the swanky Mission Hill haunt tonight from 9 p.m. on. It's 21+, so bring your license. Gleefully consume $5 nachos and wash away the gloom of your rainy day (am I projecting?) with $1.50 PBRs. Done and done.

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