Multiple acts of vandalism in downtown Portland causing police to investigate

PORTLAND(WGME)-- Over the weekend Portland Police saw multiple acts of vandalism, and have charged a suspect after two incidents happened on Congress Street. Portland police responded to the call shortly after 2 PM on Saturday. Portland’s Flea For All stores’ windows were broken, just 24 hours after another business a block away was also vandalized.
Picture for Multiple acts of vandalism in downtown Portland causing police to investigate

Portland police investigate Old Port vandalism

PORTLAND (WGME) -- Portland police are investigating two acts of vandalism in the Old Port. Both incidents happened on Wharf Street. Juan Jefe’s in Portland had its glass windows and door smashed. There was also property damage at Rathskeller. The incidents happened sometime between Friday night and Saturday morning.
Picture for Portland police investigate Old Port vandalism

Two Portland businesses vandalized on Wharf Street

PORTLAND, Maine — Two businesses on Wharf Street waking up to some damage done to their properties overnight. Saturday morning, staff at Jefe Juan's restaurant found that all their windows and glass doors were smashed in. They also noticed that drinking glasses, bottles of alcohol and other items behind the bar had been broken.
Picture for Two Portland businesses vandalized on Wharf Street
Daily Reflector

Bad Bob Tunnell linked with good music memories

This is the latest installment in a series profiling local musicians. Bad Bob and the Rockin’ Horses. The Phantoms, The Stingrays, The Blues Lords. If those band names ring a bell, you might have been in the Greenville area for a while. Perchance you’ve spent time at The Rathskeller, The New Deli or The Attic. Or even a backyard on Paris Avenue.

Only Two Saturdays Left to Shop the North End City Market for the 2021 Season

Rock River Development Partnership issued the following announcement on Oct. 8. Start your visit by stopping at the Rathskeller a few doors down or across the street at The Norwegian and grabbing a coffee, and then head to the market to shop all the local goods. Pick up a bottle of honey from Doug at Medearis Apiary, and then stop one tent over for a jar of Irish Pickles from McConnaughy’s Irish Pickles or talk to the team at Screw City Food Co-Op to learn more about co-ops. Grab a delicious treat for your pet from Canine Crunchery. And then find your seasonal produce such as apples, pumpkins, gourds, concord grapes, plums, pears, green beans, greens, carrots, tomatoes, and more at Twin Maple Orchard & Farms and Broadview Farms. Finally, top your morning off by grabbing a delicious handmade tamale from Angie’s Tamales and anything from a traditional chocolate chip cookie to a fun individual cake in a jar from Quixotic Bakery.

This is the shuttered music venue Bostonians miss most

"I mean, most are gone. That's a long list." Choosing the most-missed now-closed music venue in Greater Boston is apparently no easy task. “I mean, most are gone. That’s a long list,” responded one reader. “RIP, Boston music scene.”. ROCKING ON:. Now, that particular reader’s report of the Boston...

A refreshed Rathskeller continues serving the campus community

Following a year and a half of limited service and takeout-only dining, the Rathskeller fully reopened its doors—and gliders—this semester with a refreshed take on its traditional offerings and the overall customer experience. Blending Miami-inspired dishes with Rathskeller staples, the new menus embody the restaurant’s commitment to serving student-friendly food...

Oglebay to host first-ever beer dash

Celebrate the wonders of fall at the 44th annual Oglebayfest on Friday, October 1 through Sunday, October 3, 2021.  The 2021 schedule of events includes: ·         Phil Maxwell Artists’ and Gourmet Market presented by Oglebay Institute: Located in Mansion Woods next to the Mansion Museum, this exciting market features regional foods and an extensive display of fine, handcrafted wares […]

OglebayFest kicks off today in Wheeling

WHEELING, W.Va. (WV News) - Oglebay Park officials are looking forward to the return of Oglebayfest and Boo at the Zoo this weekend, after both events were canceled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Boo at the Zoo starts today and the visitors to the park can celebrate...
Fredericksburg Standard

German heritage still resonates for both residents and visitors

As part of the process of developing a campaign to encourage all of us (residents and visitors, alike) to be better stewards of Fredericksburg and Gillespie County, the Fredericksburg Convention and Visitor Bureau did a series of focus groups last week. The five groups were divided into frontline employees in...

The Rat now serving alcohol for first time during pandemic

A little bit of rain could not stop the herds of students and faculty from flocking to the Rathskeller for pitchers of beer as today was the first time alcohol has been served since March 2020. “I’m so excited that it’s back,” said senior Andrew Athanas. “I think campus is...