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‘The Curse Of Oak Island’ Returns November 7: Will The Lagina Bros Find Treasure? No, No They Won’t [Opinion]

The Curse of Oak island is returning

The Curse of Oak Island returns November 7 for its fifth and final season, and fans are wondering whether the Lagina brothers will finally found the mysterious Oak Island Treasure.

Ordinarily, an article like this would warn that you, the reader, are about to read spoilers galore. But in this case, the Inquisitr will spare you that platitude. That’s because it’s painfully obvious that the Lagina boys haven’t found any buried pirate treasure on the Canadian island, they aren’t going to find any buried treasure, and nobody will ever find any treasure on the island. That’s because there isn’t any.

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The Brew Hop 5K + Craft Beer Festival Returns To Randall’s Island On October 21 – Q&A With 3 Top Craft Brewers

Vendors for the Brew Hop 5K include Citizen Cider, Sixpoint and Captain Lawrence

Saturday, October 21, 2017, brings the return of The Brew Hop, an annual 5K mixed with a Craft Beer Festival, to Randall’s Island Park. Kicking off at noon with a race, the event runs through 4:00 p.m. local time. Beyond the brews, the post-race festival will include music, lawn games, and local food vendors.

This year’s lineup of craft breweries — from whom attendees are entitled to unlimited tastings — no longer just includes New York companies like the 2016 outing of The Brew Hop did. Confirmed participants include the Brooklyn Brewery, Sixpoint Brewery, Bronx Brewery, Interboro Spirits and Ales, Coney Island Brewing Company, Captain Lawrence Brewing Co., Brewery Ommegang, Citizen Cider, SpikedSeltzer, and SingleCut Beersmiths. Further to the credit of The Brew Hop is that a portion of the 2017 event’s proceeds will go towards the non-profit Oceanic Global; the event has also made a commitment to going 100 percent plastic-free to support Oceanic Global’s mission of reducing single-use plastic consumption and oceanic pollution.

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