Here’s what you need to know for Friday, April 7, 2017:
- Break dancing is still alive and well at OU. (The Post)
- OhioHealth O’Bleness Hospital might soon make drug tests a standard part of sexual assault examinations. (The Post)
The stars have aligned: Today, the day of Palmer Place Fest, is National Beer Day.
And you have President Franklin Delano Roosevelt to thank for it.
After signing into law the Cullen-Harrison Act, which effectively ended prohibition, in the spring of 1933, FDR famously said it “would be a good time for a beer.”
The law went into effect on April 7 of that year. That’s how April 7 became National Beer Day.
Little Fish Brewing Co. has a bottle release scheduled for Saturday afternoon if you can wait a day to celebrate. They’ll release sour amber ale with raspberries and farmhouse ale at their Athens location, and a “Strhubarb” wheat ale regionally.
“In general, there are great local brews to be had anywhere, and I encourage people to support their local brewery,” Jimmy Stockwell, co-founder of Little Fish, said.
High of 48 degrees and an 60 percent chance of a rain-snow mix. Ew. (Courtesy of Scalia Lab)
Sports and Game Times
Softball will take on Ball State this weekend. Track is headed to a meet in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
You might also want to know…
A coal mining museum in Kentucky is switching to solar power. (WMYT — CBS)
Nearly half of all adults in the U.S. have HPV. (TIME)