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Emack & Bolio's
Boston 1975. Peace, love, rock ‘n roll. The music was everywhere. Live rock ‘n roll music was being played at clubs throughout the town and rock ‘n rollers from all over the US were coming to Boston to be part of the hot music scene. The only problem was the Boston Blue Laws. Clubs closed at midnight. What a bummer! Just when you and the music were really happening everything came to a halt. Along come these hippie lawyers working pro bono for the homeless, for gay civil rights, for anti-war demonstrators and of course representing all these famous rock ‘n rollers who were being signed by major record labels. The solution to the midnight munchie blues: rent a basement in the Coolidge Corner section of Brookline, MA / buy a commercial ice cream machine / invite your rock star friends to hang out after their gigs eating homemade ice cream with outrageous flavors (creatively inspired by the lawyers and the rock ‘n rollers) / play acoustic (we had neighbors) music ’til the wee hours of the morning. The rock ‘n rollers loved the ice cream and the vibe. The basement ice cream hangout needed a name. Two homeless gentlemen that the lawyers did pro bono work for asked that the ice cream shop be named after them. The name had good karma. Emack & Bolio’s. An ice cream legend was born.

2 Kent Pl, Chatham, MA &
phone: (508) 945-5506

AG Sends Cease and Deist Letter to Out of State Firework Retailer
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Canal Region Chamber Holding Summer Raffle
BUZZARDS BAY ? The Cape Cod Canal Region Chamber of Commerce is holding a 50/50 Summer Spectacular Raffle. Up to $25,000 can be won, with half of the proceeds going towards the chamber's work in promoting local businesses and building growth. Ten entries cost $10, 30 entries cost $25, 50 entries cost $40, and 100? .
Offshore Wind Jobs Act Approved by House of Representatives
HYANNIS ? The U.S. House of Representatives recently adopted the Offshore Wind Jobs and Opportunity Act, introduced by Congressman Bill Keating in early January of last year, into the upcoming INVEST Act.  The bill was co-led by Congressman Joe Kennedy III. The act would create new grant programs to help unions, colleges? .
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United Way Aids Champ Homes Amid Pandemic
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NOAA Extends Fisheries Observer Waiver to August
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Southern Airways Express Begins Cape-to-Nantucket Service
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