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Our Summer Vacations at The Jersey Shore

My husband and I grew up at the south Jersey shore just outside of Atlantic City. We still visit our families there frequently, especially in the summer months, and I’m just now beginning to appreciate our hometown as a tourist destination. 539 more words

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The Music Man

Everybody loves singing. Everybody loves dancing. And everybody certainly loves ice cream sundaes. Mix that all together and add a sprinkle of public humiliation, and you have the phenomenal combination that is The Music Man. 137 more words


Ocean Galleries Welcomes Victoria Montesinos - July 31 - Aug 2

This month, Victoria Montesinos brings her collection of artwork to Ocean Galleries for her first exclusive exhibition in Stone Harbor, NJ.  Best known for her exquisite paintings of flowers, Montesinos uses a unique technique of layering to create breathtaking artwork. 631 more words

Arts And Culture

Diner Round Up - Town and Surf Diner in Atlantic Highlands

The last time I was in Atlantic Highlands I noticed a small diner called the Town and Surf diner that looked adorable. I made a mental note to return there the next time I was in town. 245 more words


A Nostalgic Night Out at Improv Jam in Asbury Park

This past Saturday, my friends and I attended Improv Jam in at Where Music Lives in Asbury Park. They were running a promotion that if you bring in a prop, you get in for free. 725 more words


Dominicans Give MTV's 'Washington Heights' Mixed Reviews

This group of friends party and fight, but don’t expect to find juiceheads or gorillas among them. Just as viewers said goodbye to MTV’s hit series, “Jersey Shore,” they welcomed a new docu-novela chronicling the lives of nine people living in a Dominican-dominated neighborhood in Uptown Manhattan. 136 more words

Film & TV

You really don't need a bigger boat

I’ll be spending the Fourth of July weekend down the Shore, on the beach, and for a fair amount of time, in the water. Growing up there you’re taught to respect the ocean, namely by local elders who are only too happy to school you with horror stories of those who didn’t. 684 more words

Gwen Jones