Amping up

Harris “Biz” Richardson, a bartender at the Main Street Tap and Grill, draws a cheer from the crowd gathered at the restaurant for the Superbowl on Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018 in Kenai, Alaska. The New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles battled it out in Minnesota for the Superbowl LII title Sunday, with the Eagles triumphing 41-33. Football fans packed bars like the Main Street and the Back Door Lounge in Kenai on Sunday to watch the game, and the bars hosted parties and giveaways in response. The Back Door drew tickets for T-shirts and the Main Street hosted a Super Bowl Party sponsored by Corona with a giveaway with a theater recliner as the grand prize. (Photo by Elizabeth Earl/Peninsula Clarion)

Harris “Biz” Richardson, a bartender at the Main Street Tap and Grill, draws a cheer from the crowd gathered at the restaurant for the Superbowl on Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018 in Kenai, Alaska. The New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles battled it out in Minnesota for the Superbowl LII title Sunday, with the Eagles triumphing 41-33. Football fans packed bars like the Main Street and the Back Door Lounge in Kenai on Sunday to watch the game, and the bars hosted parties and giveaways in response. The Back Door drew tickets for T-shirts and the Main Street hosted a Super Bowl Party sponsored by Corona with a giveaway with a theater recliner as the grand prize. (Photo by Elizabeth Earl/Peninsula Clarion)

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