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(Oct. 30, 2020) There is no holiday quite like Halloween. Kids and adults alike cannot resist the temptation of witches and vampires.

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(Oct. 23, 2020) My passion for cooking has heightened as the clock of time ticks to new beginnings.

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(Oct. 23, 2020) This week, 80 years ago, der Führer of Deutchland, Adolf Hitler, met with El Caudillo de España, Generalísimo Francisco Franco, in the French resort town of Hendaye on the Franco-Spanish Border. El Caudillo was accompanied by his brother-in-law, Spanish Foreign Minister Ramón…

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(Oct. 23, 2020) Classic rides, Jeeps and fire engines will be frighteningly decorated for the first “Spook The Pines” community parade from noon to 2 p.m. on Halloween.

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(Oct. 23, 2020) Those working on or planning home improvement projects will have the opportunity to speak to vendors and explore arts and crafts this weekend during the 10th annual Autumn Home and Condo Show at the Ocean City convention center on 40th Street. 

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(Oct. 16, 2020) For the past nine years, Maryland Making Strides Against Breast Cancer has hosted a walk on the Boardwalk to support breast cancer research and awareness.

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(Oct. 16, 2020) What does creamy mac and cheese, tortilla chips smothered in spicy nacho sauce and luscious cauliflower au gratin have in common? If you guessed a decadent cheese sauce, you are correct.

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(Oct. 16, 2020) Bicyclists of all ages can enjoy riding on the Ocean City Boardwalk during the inaugural Semper Fi Bike Ride on Sunday, Oct. 18.

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(Oct. 16, 2020) Children and adults can dress up in Halloween costumes and play carnival-style games during the annual “Spook Out” party hosted by Ocean City Recreation and Parks on Sunday, Oct. 18.

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(Oct. 16, 2020) While numerous events have been postponed or canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic, one that will carry on is OCtoberfest on Saturday, Oct. 24.

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(Oct. 16, 2020) This week, 80 years ago, the 1940 presidential campaign was in the “home stretch.” Franklin Roosevelt, in 1940, had served the traditional two terms which every President, since George Washington set the tradition, in 1797, had honored. Beginning with his landslide victory ov…

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(Oct. 16, 2020) “Oans, zwoa, drei, g’suffa!” as the Bavarians say during Oktoberfest. It’s also an expression local beer lovers might employ — “One, two, three, drink!” —  during the ninth annual Oktoberfest in Berlin this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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(Oct. 9, 2020) Wine connoisseurs can enjoy a variety of vino, a four-course dinner and a comedy show during “Something to Wine About” at the Princess Royale Oceanfront Resort on 91st Street.

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(Oct. 9, 2020) The Ocean City Life-Saving Station Museum kicks off this year’s History Week with a new exhibit in tow, “A Feminine Touch,” which commemorates the women who helped build the resort from the ground up.  

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(Oct. 9, 2020) Engines will roar this weekend, as car enthusiasts return to the resort for the 23rd annual Ocean City Endless Summer Cruisin’ event. 

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(Oct. 2, 2020) Country music recording artist and Ocean City native, Jimmy Charles, released his single, “Hard Way To Go,” on Sept. 25, and on Oct. 7, the video for the song will debut on CMT.com.

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(Oct. 2, 2020) Renamed but not repurposed, the “Keeping the Dream Alive” donation drive for active military personnel that takes place in Ocean Pines on Wednesdays during October continues the nearly two decade holiday-season tradition established by the late Carl and Anna Foultz.

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(Oct. 2, 2020) This week, 80 years ago, a Nationalist Chinese force, commanded by Han Deqin (Te-ch’in), attacked the 7,000-man-strong Communist New Fourth Army, commanded by Su Yu at Huangqiao (“Yellow Bridge”), in the coastal province of Jiangsu, whose capital is Nanking.

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(Oct. 2, 2020) Residents and visitors will see an assortment of objects, animals and likely a Trilobite or two in the sky this weekend during the 42nd annual Sunfest Kite Festival.  

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(Sept. 25, 2020) Today, 80 years ago, the British Cabinet decided to cancel the British/Free French force assault on Dakar, the capital of the French colony of French West Africa. Following the end of the colonial period, the colony devolved into the countries of Mauritania, Senegal, Mali, C…

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(Sept. 25, 2020) As you take a walk along the beach next week you won’t see the familiar white lifeguard stands. The Beach Patrol will officially end the 2020 guarding season this Sunday, Sept 27.

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(Sept. 25, 2020) Perhaps now more than ever do Worcester County residents need a sense of community and support. That is why organizers of the annual Ocean City Out of the Darkness Walk have pushed forward with an event this year, extending it throughout the week and making most of it virtual. 

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(Sept. 18, 2020) In step with numerous events this year, Believe in Tomorrow Children’s Foundation will hold a virtual 5K fundraiser. 

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(Sept. 18, 2020) In the spring of 1940, the storm clouds of war were hovering over Europe. After the German conquest of Poland, the previous fall, a “Phony War” was being waged as France and Britain stood by waiting for a Nazi attack.

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(Sept. 18, 2020) The covid-19 Grinch might not steal Christmas this year, but it has caused the cancellation of one of Berlin’s signature Christmas events — the annual parade, which draws throngs of spectators from the area.

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(Sept. 11, 2020) Although Labor Day marks the traditional end of the summer season and begins what the Ocean City Beach Patrol refers to as “fall guarding,” I assure you that there will be a lot of beautiful sunny beach days ahead, well into the fall.