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APRIL 24, 1819: WHERE'S THE SODA, JERK?

WHERE’S THE SODA, JERK?

Samuel Fahnestock was given a patent for the first soda fountain in 1819. Carbonated mineral water was all the rage at the time.  842 more words

Wretched Richard's Almanac

#TDIWH-January 25, 1921: Death of William T. Sedgwick; 1945: Fluoridation in Grand Rapids, MI; 1870: Patent for Soda Water

January 25, 1921: William T. Sedgwick dies. William Thompson Sedgwick (December 29, 1855, West Hartford – January 25, 1921, Boston) was a key figure in shaping public health in the United States. 404 more words

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Inside Seeking Redemption News October 9, 2017

In this edition of Inside Seeking Redemption News we talk profile the Full Circle Bar in Austin, Texas, have a little Skee-Ball history about Harrigan’s in Atlanta, Georgia, and more information about my upcoming trip to Austin. 57 more words

Skee-Ball

SB History | Harrigan's

One hundred years ago a luncheonette in Atlanta, Georgia may have been the hippest place around. Why? Because in addition to having a soda fountain, they had Skee-Ball. 485 more words

Skee-Ball

Lemon Berry Acai - Stubborn Soda

My favorite Stubborn Soda so far. The past two that I tried (Black Cherry Tarragon and Root Beer) were fine, but they didn’t set high expectations for the brand in general. 347 more words

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Storytime -- The First Time

Each Thursday I will ask you to tell a story about a specific topic. You can write about the actual event as it happened in real life, or you can create a fictional telling of that event. 437 more words

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Thursday Doors on Friday: Oakland OR

This week I’m going to interrupt my collection of Asian doors to show a different collection of doors, from a place I didn’t know existed until yesterday: Oakland, Oregon. 223 more words

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