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A beer for today's Women's Marches. . .



The beer was brewed in March 2018 by Honolulu Beerworks. Some stories:

https://www.facebook.com/HonoluluBeerworks/posts/pussy-grabs-back-collaboration-beer-supporting-the-pinkbootssociety-is-on-tap-no/2225184574161624/

https://www.civilbeat.org/2018/12/chad-blair-this-local-brew-comes-with-some-political-bite/

Proceeds from the sale of the beer go to The Pink Boots Society, an org for women in the beer brewing profession.

https://www.pinkbootssociety.org/






This is the only wall Trump should get.

Dr. Hook's Ray Sawyer, 'Cover of Rolling Stone' Singer, Dead at 81

https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/dr-hook-ray-sawyer-dead-773938/

Ray Sawyer, the Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show member who sang the 1973 Shel Silverstein-penned hit “The Cover of ‘Rolling Stone,'” has died at the age of 81.

The Alabama-born Sawyer – who founded the group with Dennis Locorriere, Billy Francis and George Cummings – was a member of Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show from 1969 to 1981. A few years before the band’s formation, Sawyer lost his right eye in a car accident; Sawyer wore an eyepatch that made him resemble the Peter Pan villain Captain Hook, which served as the inspiration for the Dr. Hook moniker.

In 1970, Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show’s demo tapes wound up in the hands of author and songwriter Shel Silverstein, who recruited the band to become a vessel for his music: The group would turn Silverstein-written tracks like “Sylvia’s Mother” and “The Cover of ‘Rolling Stone'” into hits and released two albums of Silverstein-penned songs, 1971’s Dr. Hook and 1972’s Sloppy Seconds.



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