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(Aug. 23, 2019) Fresh off a two-year stint in South Korea, Boardwalk troubadour Max Mandu has spent the summer honing his musical chops serenading the public with cover tunes and original compositions, while simultaneously plotting a life path embracing creativity.

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(Aug. 23, 2019) This is the time of the year when beach patrons will visit the beach and could possibly be entertained by the formation of tide pools.

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(Aug. 23, 2019) The Ocean City Beach Patrol will hold its inaugural 5K event this Saturday, available to the public as well as surf rescue technicians, on the 40th Street beach, beginning at 8 a.m.

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(Aug. 23, 2019) Jeep enthusiasts can participate in several activities including obstacle courses and parades throughout Worcester County during the 10th annual Jeep Week this weekend.

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(Aug. 16, 2019) As the sun set on a warm summer evening in 1980, families wander around the Playland Amusement Park with vendor snacks in their hands and children running ahead to the next ride.

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(Aug. 16, 2019) Ten people biked and trekked their way from the farthest corner of the western end of Maryland to the tip of the Eastern end of the state in seven days to raise money for childhood cancer.

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(Aug. 16, 2019) Ocean Pines author Diana McDonough received a bronze medal in general fiction for her published work, “My Mother’s Apprentice,” during the annual Florida Authors and Publishers Association President’s Book Awards in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, on Aug. 3.

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(Aug. 16, 2019) Assateague Coastal Trust and the Assateague Coastkeeper have joined Oceana and the Ocean City Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation for the fifth annual “Float for the Coast” rally this weekend to raise awareness for clean water and air and for healthy communities in the coastal area.

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(Aug. 9, 2019) Since dedicating a nearly demolished Victorian-era structure as the Ocean City Life-Saving Station Museum on Christmas Day in 1978, the Ocean City Museum Society has archived a vast array of photographs and postcards from distant days at the shore, which are now available to p…

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(Aug. 9, 2019) Fans of “Runaway Bride” can reminisce about the film’s location in Berlin with an array of memorabilia this month at the Calvin B. Taylor House Museum on Main Street.

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(Aug. 9, 2019) Assateague Coastal Trust and the Assateague Coastkeeper have partnered with Oceana and the Ocean City Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation for the fifth annual Float for the Coast rally to raise awareness for clean water and air and healthy communities in the coastal area.

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(Aug. 9, 2019) Employees with international work visas, or J-1s, have ample opportunities to meet other students and receive a free meal, courtesy of several local churches who provide breakfast, lunch and dinner throughout the summer season.

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(Aug. 2, 2019) From selling Christmas trees, to buying and selling successful restaurants and night clubs, to creating Florida’s first “medical mall” to founding the White Marlin Open, Pete Boinis has accomplished enough for several lifetimes.

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(Aug. 2, 2019) Families familiar with rushing in and out of the hospital had the opportunity to relax at the Believe in Tomorrow Children’s Foundation’s House By the Sea on 66th Street, for its weekly cookouts.

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(Aug. 2, 2019) Berlin’s days of the peach and prosperity will be celebrated Saturday, when the town stages its 11th annual Peach Festival from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the lawn of the Calvin B. Taylor House Museum.

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(July 26, 2019) The annual Great Pocomoke Fair kicked off yesterday and runs through Saturday on Broad Street, featuring events for the entire family.

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(July 26, 2019) Hundreds of people are expected to participate in the 25th annual Jesus at the Beach Music & Ministry Festival, hosted by Son’Spot Ministries, Monday, July 29 to Wednesday, July 31.

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(July 19, 2019) If you spend anytime at the beach and listen to local television or radio at this time of the year, you will hear about the dangers of rip currents.