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Only 1977 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am Owned by Bandit Burt Reynolds Is Up for Grabs

Back in 1977, two exciting things happened in the world of cinema: George Lucas launched “Star Wars: A New Hope,” and Hal Needham did the same with "Smokey and the Bandit." The former would go on to create something of a cult following, while the latter cemented Burt Reynolds' career, and made the Pontiac Firebird Trans Am a phenomenon.
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Stakes high for those held prior to trial

In January 2020, a dramatic scene unfolded at the intersection of Coors and Bluewater NW. Witnesses told Albuquerque police the occupants of two trucks were firing at each other and then one crashed into a bystander’s red SUV. The other driver fled the scene and was not found. Darin...
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Donald Jeff Graves, 85 of Oakdale, CA passed away in Oak Valley Hospital on January 3, 2022, with his daughter Jan and granddaughter Megan by his side. Don and his twin Ron were born in Ft. Smith, Arkansas on October 6, 1936, at 11:35 a.m. to Opal Sarah Vick and Willard Dave “Daddy Jack” Graves. Don was one of seven boys, including two sets of twins. The family moved to Oakdale, CA when he was seven years old. He attended Oakdale High School and graduated in 1954. He participated in both football and track.
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Oskar Blues Celebrates 20th Anniversary of Dale's Pale Ale With New Double Dale's Imperial IPA

Back in the 1990s and early 2000s, craft beer brands successfully positioned themselves in the market by highlighting what they weren’t—bland, fizzy, “yellow beer.” In an effort to make this distinction as clear as possible, this earlier heyday of craft beer was defined almost entirely by a reliance on bottles as the go-to packaging format for all craft beer styles, whether they were standard 12 oz brown glass bottles, or the 22 oz “bombers” that have faded almost into extinction at this point. One option that was almost entirely ignored was aluminum cans, and the reasons were primarily symbolic—craft beer drinkers looked down on cans as a supposedly lower quality package because they were indelibly associated with Budweiser, Miller and Coors.

Albuquerque, NM - Motorcyclist Injured in Accident at Hanover Rd & Coors Blvd

Albuquerque, NM (January 17, 2022) - There were confirmed injuries following a motorcycle crash on Sunday, January 16. A motorcycle and another vehicle reportedly collided near the intersection of Hanover Road NW and Coors Boulevard NW. A motorcyclist was reportedly traveling behind an ambulance when the emergency vehicle signaled a...

Barclays PLC Has $26 Million Stock Holdings in Molson Coors Beverage (NYSE:TAP)

Barclays PLC grew its position in shares of Molson Coors Beverage (NYSE:TAP) by 63.8% during the third quarter, according to its most recent disclosure with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The institutional investor owned 560,583 shares of the company’s stock after purchasing an additional 218,249 shares during the quarter. Barclays PLC owned approximately 0.26% of Molson Coors Beverage worth $26,003,000 as of its most recent SEC filing.

Calvin Women's Basketball Downs Alma on the Road 59-46

ALMA, Mich. – The Calvin women's basketball picked up a key conference win at Alma Monday night, downing the Scots 59-46 at Art Smith Arena. Calvin used a dominant second quarter performance to build a 35-22 halftime lead. After leading 16-10 through one quarter of play, Calvin (11-5 overall,...
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Sudsy sales surge has Charleston beer entrepreneurs looking South, offshore

A Charleston-based beer brand that credits its birth to a Cuban vacation could soon live up to its name with an expansion to a pair of island nations in the Caribbean. Island Brands, maker of Island Coastal Lager and other brews that compete head-to-head with big brands like Budweiser and Coors, is considering expanding its distribution territory to include Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic and the South American country of Costa Rica. The move follows triple-digit growth in sales in the company's key Southeast markets, including the Carolinas and Georgia.

It’s Always Sunny: Pirate Door & 9 Other Hilarious Mistakes Charlie Made

Charlie has made a ton of hilarious mistakes in It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, much to the rest of the gang’s disdain and the audience’s amusement. His illiteracy has been a long-running gag on the show, often manifesting in gut-busting ways. From his fascination with a “pirate...

Patricia Ann Frank

The world got brighter the day Patricia Ann was born to William Lee (Bill) and Rebecca Elizabeth (Betty) Carpenter in Akron, Ohio. The family moved numerous times during Pat's childhood until the family that then included little brothers Bill, Dave, and Tim, settled on Merrimac Farm in Pennsylvania. It was there that Pat graduated as Valedictorian at Pennridge High School and met her late first husband, Tom Frank. Following her parents' footsteps, Pat and Tom both later graduated from Northwestern University, Pat as Phi Beta Kappa. (She later lamented that she should have studied less and had more fun!). It was in Illinois that Pat and Tom also welcomed their two daughters, Debbie and Carol.

Gunny and John Wayne in one commercial – do not miss this.

Movies and TV shows are not the only media to go down as classics. This Coors Light commercial from the early 90s featured two legendary actors – John Wayne and R. Lee Ermey. They star in a scene parodying the American military movies that they were famous for. Ermey, the drill sergeant, chastises his men for hiding beer in the barracks when the unexpected happens.

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