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Shine's 101st year in business

Laurie Kavazanjian, 48, center left, and Dottie Barriscale,

Laurie Kavazanjian, 48, center left, and Dottie Barriscale, 73, both Long Beach residents, celebrate at Shine's. Barriscale, who began drinking at Shines at age 16, joined other Long Beach residents to celebrate the popular bar's centennial celebration. (Nov. 23, 2013) Photo Credit: Danielle Finkelstein

Plans for a centennial bash were washed out by superstorm Sandy, so the owners of a popular Long Beach tavern marked their 101st year in business Saturday instead.

Laurie Kavazanjian, 48, center left, and Dottie Barriscale,
Photo Credit: Danielle Finkelstein

Laurie Kavazanjian, 48, center left, and Dottie Barriscale, 73, both Long Beach residents, celebrate at Shine's. Barriscale, who began drinking at Shines at age 16, joined other Long Beach residents to celebrate the popular bar's centennial celebration. (Nov. 23, 2013)

Laurie Kavazanjian, 48, a Long Beach resident, center,
Photo Credit: Danielle Finkelstein

Laurie Kavazanjian, 48, a Long Beach resident, center, greets a friend while celebrating at Shine's. Shine's, a popular Long Beach institution, would have celebrated its 100th year in business had Sandy not disrupted its plans. Locals, many of whom have been drinking at Shines for decades, gathered to celebrate its belated centennial celebration. (Nov. 23, 2013)

Laurie Kavazanjian, 48, a Long Beach resident, celebrates
Photo Credit: Danielle Finkelstein

Laurie Kavazanjian, 48, a Long Beach resident, celebrates at Shine's with friends. Shine's, a popular Long Beach institution, would have celebrated its 100th year in business had Sandy not disrupted its plans. Locals, many of whom have been drinking at Shines for decades, gathered to celebrate its belated centennial celebration. (Nov. 23, 2013)

Shine's, a popular Long Beach institution, would have
Photo Credit: Danielle Finkelstein

Shine's, a popular Long Beach institution, would have celebrated its 100th year in business in 2012 but Sandy disrupted its plans. The tavern recently held its centennial celebration. (Nov. 23, 2013)

From left to right: Clint Wallace, 37, of
Photo Credit: Danielle Finkelstein

From left to right: Clint Wallace, 37, of Moultrie, Georgia, Andrew Beska, 21, of Long Beach, John Elges, 34, of Long Beach, and Anthony Pedone, 45, of Long Beach, celebrate at Shine's. (Nov. 23, 2013)

Dolores Ingram, 82, of Long Beach, celebrates at
Photo Credit: Danielle Finkelstein

Dolores Ingram, 82, of Long Beach, celebrates at Shine's Saturday evening with friends. (Nov. 23, 2013)

The West Beech Street entrance to Shine's in
Photo Credit: Ian J. Stark

The West Beech Street entrance to Shine's in Long Beach. The bar is celebrating 100 years in business a year late, after putting off festivities in 2012 because of superstorm Sandy.

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