The idea was simple: Come to Gizmodo headquarters, drink beer, and build stuff with colorful plastic bricks. So last night Gizmodo readers flocked to the Flatiron district and did just that. It was an awesome party.
Like big butts? Just a 45-minute boat ride from Cartagena is an idyllic island paradise that each weekend and holiday turns into the city's best party scene.
Listen, drinking all night is not healthy. But it's holiday party season, that perfect storm of open bar and all of your colleagues waiting to see who will be this year's obnoxious, puking, passed out and/or dead person at the party. Don't be that guy.First off, let's review the science of drunk. In order to survive…
If you feel like your table tennis set-up needs a little more... oomph, then look no further than Stiga's new Studio table: a regulation playing surface that happens to pack a 2,800 watt sound system. Beer pong will never be the same again.
Little known fact: At least six of your favorite Gizmodo contributors are based in Los Angeles. Because it's summer, and we'll take any excuse to drink outdoors, we're organizing a happy hour for our L.A.-based readers. Join us, won't you?
Dear Brian and the Airbnb team, Usually I am a fan of your service. However, I have a minor bone to pick with you, in that it appears my apartment was reserved for some major boning.
Every city street is actually a block party waiting to happen, a coiled spring of neighborly hangouts and community come-together yearning for a release. Kevin Van Lierop decided to make that process a little less daunting with his "Block Party in a Box." Now your neighborhood has no excuse not to get down.
Over the past year, we've thrown a brisket party, a Faux Loko party, and a planetarium party. And on Friday, after we announced some very big news about our new Editor in Chief and the addition of Architizer to our Kinja universe, we added another unusual party to our list: a dinner in the Skyroom of the New Museum…
Sometimes it's fun to challenge ourselves. I'm in Aspen covering the Winter X Games, so I've got ice on the brain. I've never made an ice luge before, but I started thinking, "How could I make one in my hotel room with basically no tools?"
You might think that the Christmas party you threw last year was a rousing success, but that's only because your guests were too polite to tell you it sucked as they shuffled out the door at 9:30 in the evening.
Holiday parties are fun, full of boozy eggnog and good cheer, but there's too much ugly sweater one-upsmanship. The winner is inevitably whoever found the ugliest old thing at the Salvation Army. Nuts to that. Blow everyone's mind with this high-tech solution.
So, you've got your fancy pants on. You're heading to the holiday party, and you're intent on impressing your bosses, in-laws, or significant other's friends with your worldliness and savoir-faire. Then you get too drunk, break stuff, offend people, get fired and/or dumped, and effectively ruin your life.
The Fourth of July is one of those rare holidays that comes when the days are long, the sun is shining, and the weather is warm. It's one of the few things to look forward to during the summer, and when it finally arrives there's no room for moderation.
Sea-raping mega-oil firm Shell has a new rig to launch, and like any enormous company, it decided to celebrate with a private party atop Seattle's Space Needle. The crown jewel? An oil rig-shaped cake which sprays liquor! Into your face.
BBQ season is about to unleash its smokey, greasy, beer-y vibes all over you. Are you ready for a summer of meat and day drinking? Good—but first, here's how to get everyone together online without offending anyone.
Supposedly inspired by that party movie Project X and probably more influenced by their own impressionable roller coaster hormones, teenagers are doing teenage things, only bigger, badder and from the sounds of it, a helluva lot more fun... and illegal. Hundreds of teenagers are flocking to parties at vacant mansions…
Unless somebody gets nakes, holiday party pictures are usually pretty boring. But how great is this idea. Everett Hiller took the usual lame holiday shots and made them into something amazing by Photoshopping in celebrities and politicians.
You had a few too many while out one night, and you told all your friends they should totally come over for a Memorial Day pool party. Only problem is, you don't have a pool. DON'T PANIC! This week's Toolkit will give you everything you need to throw a pool-less pool party.
Thanks to the wonderful folks at Alienware, Gizmodo hosted a virtual orgy of gaming technology complete with glowing ice cubes on March 12 at SXSW in Austin.