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A hot day at the farmers market last weekend got us thinking about cool refreshing cocktails, so we came up with this extra-crisp take on a summer classic, the gimlet.

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Independence Day is just around the corner here in the U.S., and we thought "you know who doesn't get nearly the recognition she deserves compared to other Founders? Betsy Ross."

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Fathers Day is traditionally a day for recognizing the contributions of dads within the context of human families, but since they're busy playing with neckties, misshapen ashtrays, and other assorted paperweights, we thought we'd tip our cap to the awesome dads of the animal kingdom!

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June is Pride Month, and we thought it would be good to commemorate the struggle and advancements made by our LGBTQI brothers & sisters (and non-conforming siblings) by delving a bit into Pride history with some fun facts! (Hat tip to Mic.com and CNN.com for these facts!) 1. The first Pride parade was organized by bisexual activist Brenda Howard a month after the Stonewall Inn Riots in 1969. The Stonewall Inn is a bar in Manhattan's West Village neighborhood that was and is known for its patronage by LGBT clientele. At the time, it was still illegal for LGBT folks to meet in public places....

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