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March 15 is way too soon to say goodbye to Port O’ Call, but the date draws nigh. On Jan. 22, the club was still packed to the brim, upstairs and down. Unfortunately, the club hasn’t found a new home. But the old haunt is still there and needs to be visited, if only for the sake of a celebratory Irish wake. This is one more venue that should be added to the dead club list, joining our beloved lost Zephyr—another victim of our fair bureaucracy, taken before its time. Drop by for that last round—before the ship sails.

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1: Lana Houghton and Kristin Magnuson.

2: Caleb Casella, Josiah Casella, Mellisa Casella

3: Leah Hoffman, Chelsea Ridd

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