The prank wasn't a success, but the message has been sent.
Whatever alcohol you drink in the bar should stay in the bar. Under New York City Administrative Code Section 10-125(b), it is illegal to possess or drink an alcoholic beverage in a public place in the City.
Not joining the fight to make it a reality is starting a fight to keep it from becoming one, silence and apathy manifesting as complicity. And pushing aside this issue altogether in favor of a debaucherous afternoon among blindly advantaged peers? That's a certain white privilege called SantaCon.
Watch Episode Four above and, if you missed our previous episodes, you are in luck, because you can watch the first here
Episode 4 of the HuffPost original mini-series Jason And Katla's War On Christmas. In this episode Jason and Katla delve into the sick, twisted world of Santa Claus.
Below are some photos of the "douchey horde of projectile vomiting Santas" that invaded our city this weekend. Until next
(Warning: video contains explicit language and violence.) WATCH the video, below: Ho Ho holy @#%&! These quarrelsome Santas
When Time Out discovered us... next thing you know there were 10,000 Santa's. The name and the meaning changed. When I told Sandra, Santacon is now known as a Santa Convention, she was mortified.
The Port Authority, meanwhile, prohibits drinking on PATH trains. Representatives for Metro-North did not return a request
MIDTOWN — SantaCon's sleigh bells are being silenced in Midtown. The NYPD's Midtown North Precinct sent letters to about
A hatred deeper than that of dropped calls, missing a late-night train L train back to the city, or even commuting through Penn Station after a WWE event just let out at Madison Square Garden.
A little rain couldn't keep thousands of drunk Santas from mobbing the city on Saturday for the 18th annual San Francisco
Finally, the crawl ends in Williamsburg where Santas can mingle in spots like Berry Park at 4 Berry Street and Spike Hill
Once you get past the initial embarrassment of walking out of your apartment in a Santa Claus suit for the first time, and you get a "Hi Santa!" from a similarly clad New Yorker, the day gets progressively more magical.
But Darrah insisted she and fellow organizers are promoting "responsible" partying. The St. Patrick's Day parade committee's
Holiday lights have a way of quickly masking the mundane in something glittering, at least at night. Apparently it's something that people still believe in this time of year.
Nothing says Christmas like thousands of drunk Santas roaming New York streets. This, friends, is Santacon. This annual pub
This being San Francisco, it's also why a large group of people, all dressed in Santa hats and little else, are planning