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Top Hops: Second Line Brewing’s Comeback Kid


You know what we here at NoDef love about these craft beers, man? We get older, but they stay the same taste. This weekend, Second Line Brewing will re-release a real crowd favorite: an IPA brew as smooth as Mr. McConaughey himself.

 


Today in NOLA 6.7.17


This Wednesday, learn alongside your little ones on how to construct a butterfly garden, cool down for a book reading, gather round for a kid-friendly film, or discover a new favorite electronic artist. On June 7th in 1892, a man named Homer Plessy, who was classified under the Louisiana law of the time as person of color, bought a first class ticket at the Press Street Depot and boarded a “whites only” car.  He refused to switch cars and was arrested. His lineage was later investigated and he was tried in New Orleans. Now, more to do today. 


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