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Shipyard Takes Over The Pier!

This Saturday (July 12th) Maine's biggest and the nation's 14th biggest craft brewery Shipyard Brewing Company is celebrating it's 20th anniversary. They are taking over the Maine State Pier and want to celebrate with you! From 11AM - 11PM the pier is open to the public for this celebration. Shipyard is hosting a beer garden (21+ with valid photo ID), a health and fitness exposition, multiple food trucks, and live bands. Here is the lineup of … [Read More...]

Wine Down Wednesday at the East Ender

Okay, not so much a "happy hour" as it is a "happy entire evening," the East Ender at 47 Middle Street is the place to be every Wednesday.  All bottles of wine on their menu are half off all night long, so celebrate the end of hump day by toasting with a bottle (or two!) from their wine list. … [Read More...]

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Shipyard Takes Over The Pier!

This Saturday (July 12th) Maine's biggest and the nation's 14th biggest craft brewery Shipyard Brewing Company is celebrating it's 20th anniversary. They are taking over the Maine State Pier and want to celebrate with you! From 11AM - 11PM the pier is open to the public for this celebration. Shipyard is hosting a beer garden (21+ with valid photo ID), a health and fitness exposition, multiple food trucks, and live bands. Here is the lineup of … [Read More...]

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Shipyard Takes Over The Pier!

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This Saturday (July 12th) Maine’s biggest and the nation’s 14th biggest craft brewery Shipyard Brewing Company is celebrating it’s 20th anniversary. They are taking over the Maine State Pier and want to celebrate with you! From 11AM – 11PM the pier is open to the public for this celebration. Shipyard is hosting a beer garden (21+ with valid photo ID), a health and fitness exposition, multiple food trucks, and live bands. Here is the lineup of bands: [Read More...]

The Old Port Welcomes The King’s Head

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Located off of Commercial Street, The King’s Head is a brand new place that will surprise you. I sat down with Rick Binet, co-owner of The King’s Head and talked about the new place located at 254 Commercial St.

Why is this establishment called The King’s Head?
It’s called The King’s Head Because the King of England, King George III, ordered the city of Portland to be shelled by a navy squadron after he got pissed off about the Boston Tea Party. After he shelled Portland and burned all the old town here, which the water used to start at Fore St., all the rubble was pushed into the water and that created the foundation for this building that we are sitting on right here. [Read More...]

Roots, Rhythm & Dub at Old Port Festival

Portland’s 41st Annual Old Port Festival kicks off today and runs through Sunday at 5 p.m., with a packed schedule of events, drinks, food, and music, offered throughout the weekend. There’s sure to be something for everyone – and yes, that’s taking into consideration the eclectic tastes for which Portland residents are known and loved.

One favorite who I promise you won’t want to miss is local fusion reggae band Roots, Rhythm & Dub, who will be taking the stage both Saturday and Sunday. Drawing on a groovy blend of jazz, blues, rock, classical, and hip-hop styles, mixed with a heady love of reggae, they’ve created an infectious sound that’s steadily propelling them toward the center of the local music scene. [Read More...]

Mother’s Day In The Old Port

This Sunday is Mother’s Day, a day where you celebrate your maternal bonds in society. Portland doesn’t drop the ball when it comes to things to do with your mom. Even on your average Sunday The Old Port is a wonderful place to take your family for shopping, brunch, or just drinks. Here are some places I would take my mom in the Old Port tomorrow. [Read More...]

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