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Today in History
On this day in 1935, the first canned beer went on sale in the United States. Sold by the Gottfried Krueger Brewing Company, this innovation was an immediate success, being cheaper, lighter and easier to handle than glass bottles.

Learn more about this event that transformed the beer industry.

PHOTO OF THE DAY
I follow a pair of Red-Tailed Hawks around my city and have figured a good bit of their daily watching and hunting spots: this day in particular, I followed the female to a local park where she went from dead tree to dead tree, looking out over the sun-kissed rolling hillsides with a royal vantage point. This shot was one of many stunning captures of her fantastic form on this day.
“Red Tailed Female” Photo by Jonathan Cherry
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