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Kevin Bacon is a world renowned superstar, pop culture phenomenon and subject of a popular parlor game for reasons that have little to do with music. That is unless we’re talking a Kenny Loggins theme from a film about a town fighting for its right to dance...
The Ocean City Historical Museum continues its Summer Lecture Series this Thursday, August 4, with Chief Chad Callahan. Chief Callahan will be speaking about the history of the Ocean City Police Department.
Last night in Ship Bottom, the Ocean City Beach Patrol’s thirteen-man team won the Ship Bottom Lifeguard Invitational (Jack Donlon Memorial Race). Of the seven events, the OCBP team won three...
The loyal customers of Annie’s Carousel Ice Cream will always be there. That’s probably because Annie’s is always there for them. “We try to keep everything the same, because that’s what our customers want and that’s what we do best,” said Anne Marie Allegretto, better known to all as “Annie.”
Just in time to celebrate the Summer Olympics, the Free Library of Ocean City has a special program lined up as part of its 2016 OC Reads series of events. “We have partnered with the Public Broadcasting System to present a special screening of the film, “American Experience: The Boys of ’36” said Julie Brown, Director of Adult Programming at the Library.
Sujo John thought he faced certain death as a hellish scene of flames, choking smoke and collapsing walls erupted around him on the 81st floor of the World Trade Center's North Tower. Amid the chaos, John heard someone shout, "We've got to beat this fire," leading to a frantic scramble to find an escape route and then a terrifying descent down a fire-filled stairway that took an hour and 20 minutes before he finally reached the ground floor.
Scott Patterson has always been a Jersey Shore kind of guy. The “Gilmore Girls” star, who grew up in Haddonfield, now resides in Los Angeles and has hundreds of miles of world-class coastline within close proximity. But Patterson still ranks his home state at the top...
Friday evening was the climax of Ocean City's Theatre Camp's second session, which was open to student from 3rd - 8th grade. They performed the play"Rumpelstiltskin, Private Eye" to a large crowd at the Bill and Nancy Hughes Performing Arts Center in Ocean City.
Donna Lombard, co-founder and Race Director of the Guts & Glory 5K run, has, as they say, skin in the game. The race/walk to benefit Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA) will take place Sunday August 14, at 8:30 a.m. starting near the Ocean City Aquatic and Fitness Center, 1735 Simpson Avenue. Lombard has a little bit more at stake than the average Race Director.