The Missiles of October at play in The
Marine Room Tavern
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the pub community.
THE INESTIMABLE MARBAR . . .
takes us to
Laguna Beach, California to experience the unique charm of THE MARINE
ROOM TAVERN; that rare pub which has sufficient soul to collect
artists, patriots, and bohemians alike within its warm and welcoming
RETURNS TO FELLS POINT .
. . Chris Poh
Fran, and their longtime friends; Jack and
Kathy take a trip to
and belly up to the bar in
ALE MARY'S, a
neighborhood pub that, at the same
time, expresses an undeniably unique character.
STRATHMERE WITH A TWIST . .
. John H. West III
John travels to Strahtmere, New Jersey and introduces us to TWISTIES
TAVERN, a bayside pub that reflects the
laid-back attitude of this small, out-of-the-way shore resort. It
retains the character of the mid-twentieth century Jersey
shore and boasts some mysterious curiosities.
A BOOTHBAY HARBOR WELCOME. . .
David visits Boothbay Harbor, Maine. He can't help
but wax nostalgic about its beautiful seascape of rock ledges and
sparkling water. David shows us the historic Cuckolds Light and
shares a fine Maine ale at the lovely THISTLE INN.
SEA - MAINE STYLE . . .
and Carolyn Hanczaryk
Paul and Carolyn drive
up to the Penobscot Peninsula in Maine to the nationally
registered town of Castine. This scenic, sea-side town is home to the
Marine Maritime Academy, to an early American military legacy, and to
the charming DENNETT'S WHARF RESTAURANT AND OYSTER BAR.
REVOLUTIONARY LEGACY . . . Paul and Carolyn Hanczaryk
From their bar stools at Dennett's Wharf, Paul and Carolyn expound on
the rich military history of Castine, Maine and on
the role that the Penobscot Peninsula played in the struggles which
helped to forge our country.
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Americans in celebtrating the 74th Anniversary of the Repeal of
December 5, 1933, the 21st Amendment to the U.S Constitution was
ratified, repealing Prohibition. The manufacture, sale, and possession
of alcoholic beverages is no longer illegal in the United States.
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