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February 2008
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Mc Sorley's patrons as seen in American Public House Review
The smart, friendly crowd at McSorley's





ON TAP THIS MONTH


Chris Poh thumbnailFROM THIS PUBLICAN'S PERCH . . .  The Publisher

Chris Poh shares his monthly commentary about this issue of AMERICAN PUBLIC HOUSE REVIEW and all things pertinent to the pub community.


The Ear sign as seen in American Public House ReviewBEHIND THE GREEN DOOR  . . .  David McBride

David visits the EAR INN down in the SoHo section of Manhattan. The Ear has become the place to hear some live music, enjoy an adult beverage, and perhaps reminisce about its fascinating legacy.

Tme McManus family as seen in American Public House Review MISCHIEF, MAYHEM, AND STICKBALL ON 7TH AVE  . . . Chris Poh

Chris visits the PETER McMANUS CAFE and introduces us to three generations of the McManus family whom have been egalitarian with their customers and magnanimous wtih their community throughout their long watch behind the taps.

Mc Sorley's as seen in American Public House ReviewIT WAS THERE BEFORE YOU WERE BORN . . .  Robbie McBride

Robbie takes us to the lower east side of Manhattan and holds open the door so that we may join the smart, savy and culturally aware crowd that inhabits the bar room at McSORLEY'S OLD ALE HOUSE.

Tavern on Jane sign as seen in American Public House ReviewA VILLAGE, A TAVERN, A HOME . . .  Robbie McBride

We walk down 8th Avenue to its intersection with Jane Street in Greenwich Village. The stars are appearing in the darkening sky and Robbie suggests we stop into the TAVERN ON JANE for an evening refreshment.

Dylan Thomas painting in The Whitehorse Tavern as seen inm American Public House ReviewJUST A DAMN GOOD BAR   . . .  Dunmore Throop

The intrepid pub hound made the trip to New York City with the rest of our staff this month. He fullfills his vow to show us a bar with a Welsh heritage and a lyrical soul. THE WHITEHORSE TAVERN was the home away from home to Dylan Thomas, the eminent poet from Wales.




APHR red logo thumbnailAMERICAN PUBLIC HOUSE REVIEW CREDITS PAGE

American Public House Review's publisher, editors, technicians, authors, artists, poets, and all manner of creative types are revealed to the world.


Poh's Privateers thumbnailOUR PHILOSOPHY OF COMMERCE  . . .  The Editors

The marketing arm of AMERICAN PUBLIC HOUSE REVIEW lays out the business practices that allow the publication to be economically viable while providing market rate compensation to its contributors.



THIS MONTH'S MUSIC

A Special Feature of
AMERICAN PUBLIC HOUSE REVIEW

Music for you to enjoy

as you review the REVIEW

February'y first featured artist
is ALEX RADUS and his song:


Duende by Alex Radus
LEAVING NYC


From his album, 'DUENDE'

Just click on the song title to listen .
(large files may take a minute to download)
Alex Radus as seen in American Public House Review
PhPhoto by Kristin Angel   
 
February's First Featured Artist:

ALEX RADUS

February's second featured artist
is JEFF TAREILA and his song:


JIMMY'S PLACE

From his album,
'A THOUSAND FACES'




Just click on the song title to listen .

(large files may take a minute to download)
Jeff Tareila as seen in American Public House Review

February's Second Featured Artist:

Jeff Tareila
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