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POST-GAZETTE, AUGUST 19, 2011 Page 9 by 00-Iilda M. Morrill We've all heard of the dog days of summer. Well, here's a different spin. The Seaport Hotel invites us to bring our beloved pooches and join them on TAMO Terrace Wednesdays from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm for "Yappy Hour at the Seaport Hotel!" The after-work get-to- gether for dogs and their owners is a summer hit for humans and their furry friends alike. We're told that there's a special menu fea- turing homemade dog treats by the Seaport Culinary Team and plenty of water. Training and obedience tips are also on the menu from Boston K9 Obedience Con- cierge. Dogs of all sizes are welcome. For the human companions, it's a chance to relax and socialize over a cocktail with fellow doggie devotees. A cash bar and appetizers are available. Yappy Hour is weather de- pendent. For more informa- Allison Smith and her doggie, "Hadley of Park Lane," at Yappy Hour. (Photo courtesy of Mariellen Burns) Jim Carmody, GM and VP of Seaport Boston, which includes the Seaport Hotel & World Trade Center, greets his canine guests "Liam" (center), and "Sox" during the hotel's new Yappy Hour on TAMO Terrace. (Photo courtesy of Mariellen Burns) Real Estate Matt Gallo CASH In Your Gold Appraisals Sales & Rentals 376 North Street * Boston, MA 02113 (617) 523-2100 * Fax (617) 523-3530 tion, call 617-385-4000 or visit www.seaportboston.com. ....... The Black Rose, one of America's most famous Irish pubs, is hosting the first ever "Irish Music Cruise" on Boston Harbor this com- ing Sunday, August 21. Fes- tivities kick off at 11:00 a.m. at the Black Rose, located at 160 State Street next to Faneuil Hall, The boat leaves from nearby Rowes Wharf at 2:00 pm for a three- hour cruise around Boston Harbor, with live music by Irish ballad band Sunday's Well. The boat returns to Rowes Wharf at 5:00 pm, then it's back to the Black Rose, with more live music by The McTaggarts until 10:00 pro. Tickets to the Irish Music Cruise can be ordered online. Visit www.lrishBoston.org. The Irish Music Cruise is part of the Black Rose's year-long celebration of its 35 th anniversary. ....... This summer, NECN's "TV Diner," New England's # 1 food and dining program, is bringing together some of I DIAMONDS 1 ROLEX ESTATE JEWELRY Bought & Sold Jewelers Exch. Bldg. Jim (617) 263-7766 I I I I I I 781-?.8-ASH ere [ Honest & Trusted for 33 Years!! [ www.selloldmass.com LS SJ Left to right: Brooke Hagenbuch greets her parents, Jackie and Warren, and their Westie, "Riley," at the Seaport Hotel's Yappy Hour on TAMO Terrace. (photo courtesy of Mariellen Burns) Greater Boston's best chefs and restaurants to the beau- tiful rolling hills and or- chards of Smolak Farms in North Andover, for the first annual "TV Diner Summer Farm Food Fest." On Sunday, August 28, from 11:30 am - 5:00 pm, we are invited to "spend the day at Smolak Farms with TV Dinerl" Guests can look for- ward to everything from tast- ing stations, chef demos, live music, PYO seasonal fruit, hayrides, line dancing les- sons, classes and workshops offered onsite all afternoon -- as well as free parking. Chil- dren under 10 are free with parent or legal guardian 21+. For tickets or more infor- mation call 978-682-6332 or visit www.necn.com/pages/ smolacfarms. ....... Berklee College of Music's "Summer in the City" series continues with (Continued on Page 13) North End resident Brooke Hagenbuch and her dog "Bo" enjoy Yappy Hour. (photo courtesy of Mariellen Burns) j USTINE YANDLE PHOTOGRAPHY 781.589.7347 JUSTINE.YANDLE@GMAIL.COM WWWJUSTINEYANDLEPHOTOGRAPHY.COM