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Cyber Monday Shopping Assistance

cyber monday

Most people weren’t able to finish all of their Christmas shopping Black Friday, but luckily for them, tomorrow is Cyber Monday.  Cyber Monday is exactly like Black Friday, only it takes place on the internet.  Its a day of big discounts and huge sales, so if you know where to …

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3rd EyE’s Year of the Woman Art Auction

3rd EyE will host its 6th Annual Art Auction on Dec. 2nd at the Hawthorne Country Club.  The murals to be auctioned were painted at the 11th Annual 3rd EyE Open Festival in New Bedford this summer.  The theme of the artwork, “Year of the Woman,” is strongly represented in …

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West’s Return Strenghtens The Celtics

Delonte West made his return to the Boston Celtics last night after spending the last two seasons in Cleveland.  Since leaving the Celtics in the 2007 trade that brought Ray Allen to Boston, West has had quite a turbulent ride.  In September of 2009, Delonte was pulled over for speeding …

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New Bedford Cardboard Recycling

cardboard recycling New Bedford MA

Did you know the City of New Bedford earns revenue from cardboard? Recycling cardboard also saves the City money by avoiding disposal costs.  In 2010, New Bedford collected 255 tons of cardcoard and earned more than $20,000. Cardboard that’s trash to you is valuable to many others. Selling the cardboard generates …

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The Brewsletter: Black Chocolate Stout

While most people get up early each day, climb into their cars and merge into the grind of a typical work week, I have the honor and privilege of pouring brew in Downtown New Bedford for a living.  It has provided me with a great opportunity to drink some excellent …

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Celtic Solstice Concert for Seamen’s Bethel

Celtic Solstice New Bedford MA

The Committee to Restore the Seamen’s Bethel on Dec. 21 will present the second program in a concert series to raise funds for urgently needed repairs to the historic house of worship. The New Bedford Port Society and its Ladies’ Branch are presenting the concerts. At 7 p.m. Dec. 21, …

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Patriots Empty the Ketchup Bottle

The New England Patriots entered Week 10 of the NFL season looking to forget about last week’s putrid loss to the Cleveland Browns.  Awaiting their arrival were the Pittsburgh Steelers.  Both teams brought their 6-2 records into a game that was expected to be a physical showdown to determine the …

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15th Annual Moby Dick Marathon Schedule

Moby Dick Marathon

For 14 years people have gathered at the New Bedford Whaling Museum to perform a marathon reading of Herman Melville’s Moby Dick.  The 2011 non-stop reading of Moby Dick (roughly 25 hours) will start on 8 January and end on 9 January, 2011.  On 15 November, The Whaling Museum will …

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The Ginger Grill

It has been a gradual, almost imperceptible progression, like a long fuse burning in a B-movie western.  No Problemo.  Green Bean.  Calico.  Solstice.  The Pour Farm Tavern.  One by one these businesses opened downtown, adding their names to the ranks of the already-established Freestones, Cat Walk Bar & Grill, Candleworks, …

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