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Hopefully we’ll all be here a little while longer. Christie’s Restaurant sign, cowboy shrimp, Houston, Texas (1983) Photo: John Margolies Editor Jake Berg challenged anyone to use this pic from a recently released list of Americana photos at the Library of Congress. I happily obliged. The fine people on this website hav ...

The Void is still here

Hopefully we’ll all be here a little while longer.

Christie’s Restaurant sign, cowboy shrimp, Houston, Texas (1983)
Photo: John Margolies
Editor Jake Berg challenged anyone to use this pic from a recently released list of Americana photos at the Library of Congress. I happily obliged.

The fine people on this website have once again seen fit to allow me inches (is that how this  still works?) on their websitepaper about the goings on in beer, but online. This column is like beer, but in binary form. Imagine the ones and zeros being put into the boil. Can’t wait to taste the flavors.

On a serious note, there are some significant accusations being lobbed toward NOMA’s Red Bear Brewing. The activist group Freedom Fighters DC used Red Bear as a collection point for supply donations that were supposed to go to protesters who were on the streets during Black Lives Matters protests, following the death of George Floyd while in police custody in Minnesota. The group denounced any past re

Source: DC Beer

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