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   "He who has not been at a tavern
                       knows not what a paradise it is."
                                                                    Longfellow

   OUR PREMIER ISSUE

AMERICAN PUBLIC HOUSE REVIEW 
Vol. 1, No. 1 ~ October, 2007 ~ Table of Contents

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ON TAP IN THIS PREMIER ISSUE


 Table of Contents - October, 2007

Chris Poh Editor of american Public House Review
Our Mission
From this Publican's Perch
Boat House Boat
The Launch
Musings from
The Boat House

Kaitlin Doyle
Irish Music
at
Mitchell's Cafe

William Wallace
Scottish Elan
Braveheart Highland Pub
Thumbnail Shakers
Beautiful Views
Dunmore Throop at The Indian Rock Inn
Black Bass Sign
Restful Place
Black Bass Hotel


A Special Feature of American Public House Review
Music for you to enjoy as you Review The Review
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This Month's Featured Artists
Just click the title to play your favorite

Timlin & Kane

Gerry Timlin &
Tom Kane

Artist Contact:
www.gerrytimlin.com

««« »»»
The Minstrel Boy / The Rising of the Moon
- Gerry Timlin from "Live at Godfrey Daniels"

- Reels -
Man from Bundoran / Man from Draghan / Kitty O'Connells

  Gerry Timlin & Tom Kane from "Live For Our Friends"

Matt De Blass
 
Matt DeBlass




Audio files are offered courtesy of the artist, with the understanding that they may not be copied, republished or redistributed in any format without the express permission of the performer and/or their recording label.




ISSUE #1                              OCTOBER   2007
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Publication Director & Editor in Chief   Christopher Poh

Creative Director & Editor  
Edward Petersen

Features Editor & Marketing Director  David McBride

Technical Director   Alan Runfeldt




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Contributing Editor   Dunmore Throop

Contributing Editor  
Finbar Sanders

Photography by Chris Poh

Photograph of Chris Poh by David McBride

Photograph of Carol Bishop
by Harold Dunn

Additional Photographs provided by Braveheart Highland Pub and The Indian Rock Inn

Cover Photo: The taps at the Farnsworth House in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania by Chris Poh





 

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I'm quite sure the entire staff, including myself, would like nothing more than to spend the rest of our stay on planet Earth checking out great taverns, and delivering to our audience stories that capture the heart and soul of these unique places. But alas, our wives, doctors, landlords and assorted lien holders have conspired to strike a somewhat different accord on that matter. While we are not about to hang up our tankards and traveling shoes anytime soon, we will need to employ the talents and keen eyes of our readers in order to realize the full potential of this publication.

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