Finally, someone is offering a perk to those who got vaccinated before it was being incentivized with cash payments. As the country continues to scale Covid-19 vaccinations, Krispy Kreme has found a way to show support for those who are protecting themselves and others by getting vaccinated. For me, staying healthy was incentive enough, but it’s nice to be acknowledged for doing the right thing . Here’s the deal:
For one week only, 8/30 – 9/5/21, anyone who shows their Covid-19 Vaccination Record Card at any US-based Krispy Kreme location will receive two free doughnuts: an Original Glazed doughnut and an Original Glazed Heart-shaped doughnut. If you are feeling generous, you might offer your heart-shaped doughnut to a friend, though I am pretty sure I would eat both doughnuts myself. Because free donuts.
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Being a bit of a foodie, but also someone who is not very experimental when it comes to my own cooking, the thing I miss most since NYC went into lockdown is eating a variety of foods. Fortunately, there are many tasty frozen food options (especially when you are looking for breakfast foods that are different, tasty, and also convenient) and one of my favorite discoveries is Bantam Bagels stuffed bagel bites. I was first turned-on to Bantam Bagels delicious mini stuffed-bagels at the Summer Fancy Food Show in 2018, where I was blown away by the innovative taste of oven- toasted bagels stuffed with scrambled eggs and cheese. Two thumbs up, for sure!
Bantam Bagel Bites Booth Display from SFFS18
If you’d like to give Bantam Bagels a try, and happen to be among the Graduating Class of 2020, check this out: through May 22nd, Bantam Bagels is running a campaign for graduating seniors. To celebrate graduation, and the stuffed Bantam Pretzel Bagel (pictured above), the company is giving three (3) Graduating Seniors a chance to win a year’s supply of Mini Stuffed Bagels!
Here’s How To Enter:
Post your Senior Picture — or nominate a friend with their photo — on Instagram
Tag @bantambagels and use hashtag #bantamsforayear
Tell us why you/they deserve to win this reward in the caption!
This Pretzel Bagel stuffed with Cheddar Dijon Cream Cheese is Oprah’s personal favorite, so you know it must be good. Please share this post with any graduates you know, and wish them good luck!
Monday morning, with zero warning or valid cause, Facebook deleted 99% of the posted content on the two fan pages I’d been maintaining on that platform (one for more than a decade) in order to promote this blog’s content to my fans and friends. To add insult to injury, they also deleted every post on my personal page that linked to content on Worleygig.com, thus completely obliterating my creative presence on Facebook. The reason given: these posts suddenly violate FB’s Terms of Service for Spam. Spam? Really? I call bullshit, but I have no method of recourse, because Facebook is not run by reasonable humans. So, I will be investigating more interesting (and likely way more effective) ways to promote Worleygig.com to those who wish to read it. Please feel free to follow me on Instagram @WorleyGigDotCom for more information going forward. Thanks, and Fuck Facebook.
Back in October of 2017, a new work by London-based artist, Lakwena Mciver took over the Bowery Mural Wall, located at the intersection of Houston and Bowery. The colorful, kaleidescopic piece, which reads Lift You Higher, is actually part of a marketing stunt for Instagram’s #KindComments campaign, in partnership with Goldman Properties, which owns and curates the wall.
As part of the campaign, Instagram is working with artists to turn walls around the world into murals that spread kindness through uplifting art. Instagram encourages its users to take photos or videos of the walls, and share #KindComments “to make someone’s day.” Lakwena Maciver is just the fourth woman of 22 artists who have been commissioned to work on the wall.
Fresh & Fast Burgers, the Flatiron District’s fast food burger joint, is proud to launch Feel-Good Friday this coming Friday, November 18th. For every burger sold throughout the business day on Friday, Fresh & Fast will donate a burger to the Bowery Mission this Thanksgiving. The Bowery Mission has served homeless and hungry New Yorkers since 1879, and is one of the oldest and most recognized shelters.
Fresh & Fast is a classic fast food establishment that celebrates ‘fast food’ similarly to the way it was before it became a bad word (synonymous with poor quality food). Using all fresh ingredients, Fresh & Fast serves a custom blend of beef from NYC’s own Master Purveyors; the burger is a custom-created blend by New York’s most respected meat company, featuring angus prime cuts taken from the same cattle that supply premium steaks to Peter Luger’s. The result is a flavor greater than any of the other fast food burger in New York, whose beef would not pass muster in New York’s best steakhouse. While Fresh & Fast beef is served in a fast food setting, you won’t find this flavor and quality anywhere else.
In an effort to support hungry New Yorkers this holiday season, Fresh & Fast asks their customers to help support this cause, and it’s as easy as just buying a quick lunch or dinner. The first Feel-Good Friday will go towards a delivery to the Bowery Mission for Thanksgiving, and additional Friday promotions will be implemented throughout December for the Christmas holidays. Visit Fresh & Fast between the hours of 11 AM and Midnight November 18th, and your burger order will also feed a hungry New Yorker for Thanksgiving.
Fresh & Fast is located at 111 East 23rd Street between Park and Lexington in the Flatiron District. For more information on how you can support the Bowery Mission, please visit Bowery Dot Org.
A couple of weeks ago, Worleygig.com was honored with an exclusive invitation to join a cool new web-ring of blogs created by one of our very favorite websites, Neatorama. The NeatoHub, as it’s called, circulates high-quality blog posts from a select group of sites around the globe via the widget you’ll see posted along the lower, right-hand margin of The Gig’s home page. You’ll also see a listing of NeatoHub posts when you click to comment on or view a full individual post. It’s a pretty cool project, and I’m very honored to be part of it. Please check it out by clicking on some of these guest posts, which in turn will generate traffic to Worleygig.com. Thanks to Neatorama for the opportunity to bring the Rad Blog to a wider audience, while also enriching our readers’ experience with fun new blog posts!
Update: The Neatohub Feature Has Been Discontinued.
On This Day, June 4th, in 1942: Glenn Wallichs started Capitol Records. Wallichs “invented” the art of record promotion by being the first record company owner to send free copies of label’s new releases to radio stations in hopes of gaining airplay. Capitol Records was, of course, home to The Beatles for decades, as well as artist like The Beach Boys, Eddie Cochran, Gene Vincent, Bobby Darin, Dean Martin, Glen Campbell, Steve Miller, Dr. Hook, Bob Seger, Tina Turner and Heart.