Peace River Beer Company – A Punta Gorda Microbrewery – Tasting Room and Great All around Gathering Place!

Today News for #PortCharlotte:
Peace River Beer Company – A Punta Gorda Microbrewery  A Tasting Room and Great All around Gathering Place! www.peaceriver.beer Located on the corner of Steadley & Boca Grande behind Gettel Mitsubishi! We are Punta Gorda’s newest brewery! Feel free to stop into our pub and try one of the beers we brew! We have a multitude of styles to suite anyone’s taste buds. From Light to dark, Hoppy to malty we love to brew and we’d love for you to see our cozy onsite pub! We have a rotating food truck schedule or bring your own food to eat while… | read more:
Peace River Beer Company – A Punta Gorda Microbrewery – Tasting Room and Great All around Gathering Place!

Peace River Beer Company – A Punta Gorda Microbrewery – Tasting Room and Great All around Gathering Place!
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Actor Scott Baio denies misconduct claims by former co-star

Today News for #PortCharlotte:
Actor Scott Baio is denying a claim made by his former “Charles in Charge” co-star Nicole Eggert that something inappropriate happened between the two when she was a minor. | read more:
Actor Scott Baio denies misconduct claims by former co-star

Actor Scott Baio denies misconduct claims by former co-star
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Millions of felons can't vote; that might be about to change

Today News for #PortCharlotte:
Some states — including Florida — are rewriting or looking to rewrite their permanent felon voting ban and give an estimated 1.5 million ex-offenders the right to vote. | read more:
Millions of felons can’t vote; that might be about to change

Millions of felons can’t vote; that might be about to change
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Commentary: Can writing and, more broadly, the rule of law survive the Internet? (Part 1)

Today News for #PortCharlotte:
Can writing and, more broadly, the rule of law survive the Internet? It depends upon what kind of writing — and law — you’re talking about. | read more:
Commentary: Can writing and, more broadly, the rule of law survive the Internet? (Part 1)

Commentary: Can writing and, more broadly, the rule of law survive the Internet? (Part 1)
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