Autumn brews highlight malt and pumpkin spices Perhaps one of the only positives to the end of summer for a beer lover is the return of the Oktoberfest beers and seasonal ales. Courtnay Lowell, an expert in the beer selection at Total Wine and More's new location at the Forum, says there are two styles of brew that are briefly available this time of year: Märzen beers and pumpkin ales. "Märzen beers are traditionally made for Oktoberfest," she says.
Though she had already won an Academy Award, it was Thelma and Louise's desperate plight and final plunge that changed actor Geena Davis' perspective about her career and her calling. "I had no idea the movie would get the reaction it did – that was transformative to me," Davis said of the film from 1991. "It struck me how it resonated with women. We give women so few opportunities to be inspired by female characters.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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