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p ub li sh e r ’ s l e t te r just over the moon about our first Fashion Foodie Issue! Who I ’mannual doesn’t like feasting on spectacular food and looking stylish while sipping on wine at our favorite restaurants and wineries around town? The best part of fall is the semi-warm days and crisp evenings where we can break out our cute sweaters and jeans to enjoy all the fun, fall activities with family and friends. Fashion on the shore seems to be a combo of beachy meets city with a twist of bohemian chic style. Not sure what that means, but I like it! Congrats to our first time “Find the Beach Chair Contest” winner, Judy from Morgantown WV. She won a $50 South Moon Under gift certificate. Congrats to her! I’m overwhelmed by the amount of entries we received last issue; keep them coming! There’s a new contest in every issue of Beach to Bay Times, so be on the look-out! The “second season,” as locals call it, is a time when beaches are pleasantly quiet, surfers can surf on any street, and we can enjoy riding bikes again on the boardwalk any time of day. Fall is also festival and pumpkin season, so check out our calendar of events packed full of fall festivals and local happenings. Among some of the festivals to take part in this fall are the annual Good Beer Festival, Autumn Wine Festival, Chincoteague’s Oyster Festival, Sun Fest, OC Bike Week, Rehoboth Jazz Fest, and Sea Witch and Halloween Festival in Rehoboth. Take part in this year’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk/Run on October 17th. I’m running this year for my mother and some close friends who are fighting or have beaten the breast cancer battle. For more information and complete list september/october 2015

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of fall events, look inside or visit www. beachtobaytimes.com. And here’s a bit of exciting news: the staff of Beach to Bay Times will have a booth at this year’s Autumn Wine Festival at Pemberton Park in Salisbury. I’m so excited to be a part of this event because I love tasting new wines, meeting new people, and enjoying great music. Stop by and say hello and meet our staff! Speaking of my staff, I am so appreciative of the wonderful group of talented photographers, writers, and designers with whom I had the pleasure of working with on this issue. Foster, a gifted fashion photographer from DC, snapped some incredible photos of our beautiful models for our fall fashion shoot, and Bob, another one of our talented artists, has featured photography throughout this issue that truly captures the life and essence of Delmarva. You’ll enjoy reading our local home section and fall color trends articles by Keyanna (if you know me, you know my passion is home design, so you’ll be seeing new home trends often). Also included is a fall fashion look book by fashion blogger, Taylor Harman, a food truck story by our fabulous editor, Diana, and crisp photography and video of EVO’s spicy clam recipe by Josh Turner. You can see the full video by scanning the QR code near the article. A special thank you goes out to our creative director and fabulous graphic designer, Grace. I had such a great time with this group, and hope they will continue to contribute their impressive work in each issue. To me, fall means getting into a routine, organizing, and getting the kids off and ready for those early mornings and homework. I feel so fortunate to now have the opportunity to live at the beach, watch my children grow up here, and experience all the beauty Delmarva has to offer. Don’t we all?  Sheri~

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table of contents 8  what’s pickin’ at jack’s farm? brian hooks 10 assateague’s 50th anniversary renovations brian hooks 12 t ime for wine diana joiner 16 m  ust have color for fall keyanna bowen 20 real talk on real estate with dennis medlock tammy medlock 22  meatless meals deliciously done anita todd 24  make your own hot sauce katie grant 26 a  ll eyes on evo taylor harman 30  food trucks paving a new road diana joiner 34  bohemian chic in berlin keyanna bowen 40  fall in translation: a fashion look book taylor harman 58  making space for joy in mundane mornings of back-to-school kelli anders 60 events calendar diana joiner recipes 9 fresh berry cobbler by taylor harman 23 raw beet ravioli by debbi dean-colley 24 homemade hot sauce by katie grant 28 spicy virginia clams by david wells 6

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What’s Pickin’ at

Jack’s Farm ?

King grew up with farming in his blood. As a third generation J ack dairy farmer, he learned from his

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family the importance of tending to the animals and land. “I’ve always loved agriculture, and of course, I wanted to follow in my dad’s footsteps,” King said. He grew up working on the family farm in Montgomery County, eventually graduating from the University of Maryland where he studied dairy science. Now, King operates the only organically-certified berry farm on the eastern shore of Maryland. King’s Organic Fruit, the six-acre berry farm in Ridgely, is in the midst of its fourth harvest, its second harvest open to the public. “I tried to pick a crop where there is a demand,” King said. He mentioned how there are already plenty of established strawberry and apple farms in the area, but no places for organic blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries. As organic crops have grown in popularity in recent years, King knew his berries would serve well at farmers markets, but selling the berries is the easy part. What makes King’s operation special is the calculated, safe, and environmentally-conscious methods by which they organically raise the fruit. “There are no good herbicides, so it’s a very labor-intensive effort,” King said. All of the planting, picking, and weeding at King’s Organic Fruit is done beachtobaytimes.com


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by hand, without the use of herbicides or pesticides. While most of his business is still going to wholesalers who then sell his fruit at farmers markets, King hopes to shift the bulk of the business to the “U-Pick” model, where anyone can come and pay to pick their own berries. King’s Organic Fruit continues to harvest throughout the summer and into the fall with “U-Pick” dates open until midOctober.  Brian Hooks is a professional multimedia journalist with five years of experience reporting in the Maryland-Washington D.C. area. As an editor for Patch, he has published thousands of stories on crime, business, education and politics in central Maryland. He is a fellow of the CarnegieKnight News21 initiative, having reported on matters concerning the Chesapeake Bay in 2010. Brian is a Berlin native and graduate of the University of Maryland. september/october 2015

prep: 10 minutes cook time: 45 minutes total time: 1 hour Berries of your choice Yellow cake mix 1 can of Sprite Powdered sugar 1. Preheat oven to 450 degrees. 2. Wash, slice, and prepare fruit. 3. Layer your fruits in an oven-safe dish to your liking. 4. Sprinkle your cake mix (in original form) over your fruit. This will be your topping. 5. Sprinkle the can of Sprite evenly over it all. 6. Top with powdered sugar. 7. Bake at 450 degrees, 30 minutes covered with aluminum foil and 15 minutes uncovered. 8. Let sit for 10 minutes after removing from the oven. 9. Serve with ice cream, cool whip, and any other desired toppings! 9


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ssateague State Park is the most visited state park in Maryland, hosting 1.4 million visitors annually. Since its opening in 1965, numerous efforts have protected the barrier island from ecological dangers. Fifty years of tourism and hurricanes take a toll on the park’s facilities, which is why the site is getting more than $3.5 million in renovations this off-season. “Particularly on a barrier island, where the conditions are harsh, it’s difficult to maintain the buildings and make sure they are safe, clean, and functional,” said Ranger Angela Baldwin, manager of the park. “The current buildings are about 40 years old. Until now, they have had minimal repairs,” said Baldwin. The biggest project is the $2.5 million renovation of the bathhouses along the state park’s camping sites. The park renovated five of the bathhouses last year, and crews will begin demolition on the four 10

remaining facilities in October. The new bathhouses will feature an extra shower, increased accessibility for handicapped visitors, as well as “green” features, like low-flow toilets and tubular skylights. In addition to the bathhouse project, crews will haul in tons of sand to stabilize a 2,200-foot stretch of dune, which took a serious beating as a result of Hurricane Sandy in 2012. “We had a few places in the park where the dune was nearly flattened during Sandy,” Baldwin said. “They were repaired temporarily since then, but this renovation will add more stability to the dune.” The $1.2 million dune renovation project is funded by FEMA, with phase one beginning this fall.

Brian Hooks is a professional multimedia journalist with five years of experience reporting in the Maryland-Washington D.C. area. As an editor for Patch, he has published thousands of stories on crime, business, education and politics in central Maryland. He is a fellow of the CarnegieKnight News21 initiative, having reported on matters concerning the Chesapeake Bay in 2010. Brian is a Berlin native and graduate of the University of Maryland. beachtobaytimes.com


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THINGS WE LOVE your s t yle

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Keyanna Bowen FASHION + LIFESTYLE BLOGGER @eastandlane • eastandlane.com

the change of seasons comes W ith the change of style. Just like

nature exchanges its bright and vibrant shades of summer for the crisp and subtle hues of fall, so it is with fashion. As you transition your wardrobe into the fall and winter months, it’s not only about switching out your summer dresses for soft sweaters, but also experimenting with this season’s latest color trends. Pantone, the color authority of the world, released its most popular colors for fall 2015 and it just might

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Cadmium Orange

Biscay Bay

Reflecting Pond

be the most perfect palette for local fashionistas. Although the inspiration behind this season’s colors are undoubtedly 70’s, the hues are evocative of what coastal living is all about—nature, beauty, and fun. From earthy tones to garden hues, designers reinvented neutrals and colors that come from natural elements, reminding us of things that are real and organic. That’s right, neutrals are no longer bland and boring, but effortlessly beautiful. “The Fall 2015 Palette is rooted in multifaceted, androgynous colors that can be worn to portray effortless sophistication across men’s and women’s fashion; it is the first time we are seeing a truly unisex color palette,” said Leatrice

Dried Herb

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Stormy Weather

Amythest Orchid

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Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute. Appropriately named “An Evolving Landscape,” Pantone’s Fall 2015 Color Palette begins with a shade called Dessert Sage. This greenish-gray hue is timeless, making it ideally neutral. Stormy Weather, as its name implies, is reminiscent of an overcast sky. However, this blue-gray is far from dreary, but rather cool and luxurious. Next, is the golden hue of Oak Bluff. Symbolic for the sunshine that comes after the storm, this color is warm and cheerful. Keeping with the nature theme, Pantone pays homage to plants and spices with Dried Herb, an olive green color, paired with Marsala, a winey red-brown. These organic shades are rich and tasteful (no pun intended), and Marsala was also named the Color of the Year. “This hearty, yet stylish tone is universally appealing and translates easily to fashion, beauty, industrial design, home furnishings, and interiors,” said Eiseman. Bound to be a popular color for us locals, Biscay Bay is a cool teal shade that will have you dreaming of the beach even in cooler weather. Brightening things up a bit are Cadmium Orange and Cashmere Rose. These orange and soft pink tones are a nod to the 60’s and 70’s, and are playful, yet subtly dramatic. Rounding up Pantone’s top 10 colors are Reflecting Pond and Amethyst Orchid. Like its name, Reflecting Pond is a color with a lot of depth. It’s a cool blue shade that’s said to evoke sentiments of stability and security. The september/october 2015

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amythest orchid

oak buff purple jewel tone of Amethyst Orchid is bold, elegant, and by far the most vibrant hue of these must-have colors for fall. As you may have guessed, the nature inspired color spectrum is a hit amongst local boutique owners. “Pantone’s top 10 colors for fall really speaks to the local market. There’s no denying our love for nature here on the shore, so seeing tones that resemble natural hues instantly appeals to my customers. The colors are more muted than bold, but very chic, and that’s what my shoppers naturally gravitate towards,” said Shelly Bruder, owner of Bruder Hill Inc. boutique in Berlin, Maryland. Indeed, this season’s shades are a lot more toned down than last year’s vivid tones, which boasted colors such as radiant orchid and royal blue. However, if you think you can’t make a bold statement with such subtle hues, think again. It’s all about mixing and matching color combinations for a vivacious appeal. 18

Try combining shades like Marsala, Oak Bluff, and Stormy Weather for a bohemian inspired palette like designers Rebecca Minkoff and Haute Hippie did in their Fall 2015 collections. If you want to be beachchic, play around with Biscay Bay and Cadmium Orange. Going for elegance? Amethyst Orchid can stand on its own, but pairing it with Reflecting Pond enhances its richness even more. The best thing about Pantone’s top 10 colors for fall is that they are extremely versatile, making the color combinations endless and pretty much fail proof. The neutral foundation allows you to really get creative with mixing and matching the different hues without it being overkill. So, as you transition your wardrobe into fall, be on the lookout and have fun with these hot new colors!  Keyanna Bowen graduated with a degree in Broadcast Journalism from Howard University. She is the founder of East And Lane, a fashion, décor, and lifestyle blog. Keyanna also works as a freelance interior design assistant and real estate photographer and currently resides in Berlin.

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Q: What do you find to be the most significant change in the real estate industry in the last decade? A: It would be the technology and access to information on the web. Some national, syndicated, real estate search websites can lead buyers and sellers astray with inaccurate information. It’s best to work with a local agent and use a website that is based on real-time data and is linked directly to the local MLS.

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Q: If someone is thinking of selling in the current market, is now a good time to sell? A: If we look at July 2014 compared to July 2015, the average number of days on market has gone from 141 days to 117 days. The average sold price went from $208,716 to $221,772. In terms of inventory this year, the region went from 13.91 months in January to 9.52 months in July. We have buyers looking for condos, single family homes, townhomes, fixer-uppers, and more. Desire for property at the resort areas has set up a great opportunity for sellers. I offer a free market analysis for sellers wanting more information.

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YOUR HEALTH ve ga n c ook i n g

M e a t l e s s M e a l s Deliciously Done By Anita Todd

“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” - Hippocrates

Berlin resident, Debbi Dean-Colley, is perhaps the perfect embodiment of those words. Once a successful hair stylist and salon owner in Pittsburgh suffering from Epstein Barr virus and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, she is now a self-taught vegetarian and vegan chef filled with energy and vitality. In her late 20s, she began reading about nutrition and health. Never a big meat eater, she decided to become a vegetarian, and eventually, a vegan. Once she started creating dishes using whole, plant-based, and unprocessed organic foods, the health results were immediate. “After putting some good food in my system, I felt better right away,” she said. She was so inspired that she sold her salons, moved to Jensen Beach Florida, and opened a small vegetarian café, preparing all the menu options from scratch. Family ties brought her back east where she now cooks for personal clients. She creates her own recipes, uses organic 22

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Raw Beet Ravoili 2 raw beets 1 cup sunflower seeds (soaked overnight in water) Bunch fresh basil 3 tb lemon juice Sea salt 1/2 cup sundried tomatoes 1 tb fresh oregano Black pepper 2 cloves garlic 3 tb Olive oil 1. Soak the sundried tomatoes for an hour in water.​ 2. Thinly slice beets in a mandolin food slicer and fold in half. 3. To make the pesto, in the food processor combine the soaked sunflower seeds (after rinsing well), sea salt, 1 clove garlic, lemon juice, basil, 1 TB olive oil, and 1/3 c water. Process well. If still too thick, add more water. 4. Stuff the sunflower pesto into the folded beets to make the ravioli. 5. In a food processor, combine the sundried tomatoes, oregano, black pepper, and remaining olive oil. Spoon over ravioli.(Beets can also be substituted with turnips for this recipe.)

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A good hot sauce can improve just about any cuisine it meets, and the best thing about it is that it’s incredibly easy to make. Photography by Harrison Albert

Basic Hot Sauce by Katie Grant

Hot peppers, any variety, stemmed and halved Water or any type of vinegar, blended with white vinegar at a 50 / 50 ratio 1/2 tbsp salt per pound of peppers Several cloves of garlic, minced 1. Place peppers, garlic, and salt in a nonreactive saucepan over high heat. 2. Cover with enough vinegar, or vinegarwater solution, until peppers are submerged. 3. Cook, stirring occasionally, for 20-30 minutes, or until peppers are soft and the liquid has reduced by half. 4. Remove from heat and allow to cool. 5. Blend in a food processor, blender, or with an immersion blender until smooth. If you prefer a seedless sauce, strain through a fine mesh sieve. 7. Taste and season further if desired. 8. Transfer to a sterilized jar or bottle and store in a dark place for a minimum of 2 weeks to age. 9. Freeze or can excess for future use. 24

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hot peppers: protect yourself! Second, select your peppers based on your taste preference. If you have a favorite existing hot sauce, find out what type of peppers are used in them and try making your own version. Third, if you like the flavor but can’t take the heat, know that heat can be tempered in several ways and still produce a wonderful sauce. Removing the seeds and membranes of the peppers will greatly reduce the intensity, as will roasting the peppers first. Finally: storing your sauce. Whipping up a batch or two gives you a lot of sauce, but you can divvy that up in freezer bags, or into mason jars. I’ve found that 3-6 months gives hot sauce the best, most developed flavor it can have. Just bottle, date, and place in a dark cabinet to cure. Remember to shake well before opening for the first time. Spice up your life and make your own hot sauce!  If you have any questions on the preparation, cooking or storing of your hot sauce, please feel free to contact me at saltwaterkate@gmail.com. beachtobaytimes.com


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Spicy Virginia Clams recipe, see page 28

ALL EYES ON EVO a closer look at local favorite

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Company, quite well during his three s we mentioned in our last issue, years and counting at the restaurant. We craft breweries aren’t going sat down and talked with Wells while he anywhere. And why would we prepared his original Spicy want them to? Virginia Clams recipe. We have to admit, ​Wells started his career at we’re loving all of the the Market Street Inn in endless opportunities Salisbury, Maryland, where instead of reaching he learned the ropes, for the usual Miller matured, and advanced or Bud Light. The as a chef. Wells’ Eastern Eastern Shore is home Shore experience and to a lot of old and new creativity is reflected in breweries, but we the entirely new recipes wanted to highlight that now grace the menu one specifically: offered at The Public Evolution Craft House. When asked what Brewing Co. there are excites him most about his ​Evolution was born in 20+ brews on a small grocery store that was tap at EVO job, Wells simply noted: “The hustle and bustle of working in a kitchen on those located in Delmar, Delaware, crazy weekends and holidays.” You will where they transformed find the Salisbury native in the kitchen six the space into a brew house. In 2009, days a week. His off-day is spent with his this was the perfect place to establish wife and two sons. a community, but ​The Public House has word soon got out an incredible amount and Evolution was to offer, and the chef becoming a sensation. and restaurant pride They decided to make themselves in sourcing the big move to their all local ingredients. Wells space located now in informed us that all of Salisbury, Maryland their herbs come from the in the once Reddy garden in the back of the Ice warehouse. Tom restaurant or Salisbury’s and John Knorr are herbs from veterans to the restaurant industry, so EVO’s herb own Baywater Greens. The clams seen in the recipe were garden they decided to add on a full restaurant. from Cherrystone Aqua Farms (Did we mention that this was their sixth in nearby Cheriton, Virginia. The Public venture in the service industry in the House also offers a full Charcuterie Delmarva area?!) spread, including rotating fresh meats and ​So, what happens when you combine cheeses. Whether you come to Evolution a passionate, self-taught chef with a for the selection of 20 plus brews or for the chemistry degree? This rather unique laid-back environment, you will be sure to background has served Dave Wells, leave impressed.  executive chef at Evolution Craft Brewing september/october 2015

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GARLIC BUTTER 1 lb unsalted softened butter 1/2 cup parsley 1/4 cup chives 1/2 cup minced garlic 1 teaspoon oregano 1 teaspoon rosemary 1 tablespoon thyme Salt and pepper to taste Chop ingredients, mix together, finish with salt and pepper to taste.

Spicy Virginia Clams 1/4 cup chopped shallots 1 tablespoon minced garlic 1/2 teaspoon crushed red pepper 1 teaspoon smoked Spanish paprika 1/4 cup halved grape tomatoes 1 cup white wine 1 cup chicken stock 18-24 clams

in the kitchen 1. Soak clams in cold water to remove any unwanted dirt, sand, etc. 2. T urn pan on medium to high heat and coat with olive oil. 3. Combine ingredients, add clams last. 4. C  over and bring to boil. 5. C  ook until clams open. (Very short amount of time.) 6. Remove clams and place on plate. 7. T o make broth, combine salt, pepper, and garlic butter with the remnants in your pan. Be sure to stir to avoid separation. 8. Pour overtop clams and garnish with grilled garlic bread. Pair with EVO Primal Pale Ale or Wandering Monk Ale. Enjoy! 28

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Food trucks are like mystical creatures: something we hear about, yet rarely spot in its natural habitat. Previously, my only exposure to food trucks came in the form of movies. I vicariously lived through films, wishing I could walk down the street, conveniently stumble upon a food truck, and nonchalantly decide to order something. If only I knew where one (or ten) existed. Food trucks have been gaining popularity, for obvious reasons, yet they’re somewhat hard to find on the east coast. Until now. The food truck gods heard our prayers; 16 Mile Brewing Company in Georgetown hosted the first annual Summer Bash Music & Food Truck Festival on Saturday, August 8th. I was so excited about this event, I got there an hour early. (Don’t feel sorry for me; there’s no better place to kill time than in a brewery. Thank you, Brett McCrea.) september/october 2015

16 Mile thrives on the motto, “Keep it real, keep it local,” so the personal and down-to-earth vibes were clearly apparent. It was the ideal spot for the festivities to begin. Backyard Louie’s BBQ, Jakarta’s Indonesian Food, Vinnie’s Pizza Truck, Big Thunder Roadside Kitchen, Zoggs Raw Bar & Grill, Mr. Bar B Que, Vanderwende Farm Creamery, The Black Burro, and plenty other vendors formed a U-shape around the property. Right when it started, there were already lines forming in front of the trucks and families planting their lawn chairs in front of the music stage. There was also a not-your-college-styled cornhole tournament being held, with impressively-skilled teams from around the area gathering an audience of their own. Needless to say, this party was off to a solid start. Being surrounded by so many food 31


trucks in one spot is every foodie’s dream. Trucks from different areas around Delaware and Maryland came together to share a good time, and everyone was in high spirits because, let’s be honest, it’s hard not to be when you’re surrounded by delicious food, good music, and quenching brews. With everyone cooking and eating happy, there were smiles all around. Ashley Herr, owner of The Black Burro, shared her story: “I started the food truck last year. I was working as a taxidermist

and I got over that, so the next logical step was feeding people. I don’t know if I ever want to work for the man again, so I started a food truck and it’s a lot of fun!” Dawn Vanderwende of the Venderwende Farm Creamery also enthused, “We’re the only ice cream or dessert truck, so we’re happy they asked us to come and be a part of this event. It’s a pretty good turn out, and it just started! It’s definitely exciting and we’re excited to be here.” The food trucks in attendance have several events in their books for the Tacos at the Black Burro

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wheels, so nowhere is out of reach. It’s all green lights from here. A Baltimore native and resident of Ocean City for the past six years, Diana Joiner is a graduate from Salisbury University with a degree in English. After living and teaching English abroad in Thailand for 7 months, she began freelancing as an editor, writer, and proofreader. As an editor, she has one published book in print and e-book copy available on Amazon entitled This Year Will Be Different. www.dianajoiner.com beachtobaytimes.com


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Q&A WITH JESSICA: DESIGN STYLE

Honestly, I just pick things that I like as individual pieces and hope they look good together. I’m really into fun patterns, and I also love a modern coastal style. I love vintage furniture mixed with modern and traditional, so I’m beyond grateful for the family pieces that I have. I just wanted everything to feel lived in and inviting. It really feels like me inside and out.

INSPIRATION I literally had a Pinterest board for each room. I pinned things I liked, pulled elements from each pin, and then combined them to make every room exactly as I wanted.

THE RENOVATION I truly couldn’t have done it without Celtic Nations Contracting. I would show them a crazy Pinterest pin and they would either say “Yes, we can do that,” or “No, you can’t afford that, but we can do this instead.” The pieces they created are exactly what I imagined. Any renovation can be stressful, but I just kept my eye on the prize. It was hard when everything was in the demolition stage, but when the new stuff started coming in, I got really excited really quickly, and overall, it was a fun process. 38

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My third bedroom, which I have made into my personal dressing room. That dressing room is something I’ve always wanted.

FAVORITE PLACES TO SHOP Marshalls, Etsy, Dot & Bo, World Market, Pier 1, and Bed Bath & Beyond, just to name a few. Most of my new furniture came from Johnny Janosik’s, which surprises most people. They offer some really great lines that are totally customizable.

BEST ADVICE The best advice I can give is to work with a reputable contracting company like I did. Cut some corners, but don’t skimp on the things that make a large impact. Find your style and stick to it. Keep it simple with wall coverings. Be patient. Lastly, pin, pin, pin!

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fall in translation  Is it just us or is transitional dressing fun?! This fall, our Fashion Editor, Taylor, challenged us to take one piece and style it to wear now and later. Think sandals to boots, vests to sweaters, and, of course, necklaces to blanket scarves. We never want to buy or invest in an item just to put it away at the end of the season, do we? There are so many options when you start thinking this way!

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NOW: Think simple. This white blouse is gorgeous on its own; just add some delicate lace to make it stand out and feel even more feminine. These earrings are the perfect complement to Julia’s denim skirt and reflect the relaxed, beach-chic mood.

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LATER: Swap out the denim skirt for a comfortable pair of boyfriend jeans, add some cozy layers, and voila! We love all of the texture going on in this outfit, and don’t forget how on trendy it is! Fringe, rips, and oversized sweaters? Yes, please!

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NOW: This dress is such a statement maker, and one that we LOVE! For now, simply pair it with your favorite sandals, throw on some sunnies, and you’re out the door!

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NOW: This top has an amazing, open-back feature, so start by adding an interesting bra or bandeau underneath. We layered an easy, breezy kimono over top for a little more coverage on those cool nights or even AC-cranked restaurants. Just the right mix of boho-chic! 46

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LATER: This look is all about layers! Vests are such a fall staple, and we love the quilting on this specific one. Navy is a great base color in the fall too, especially because of all of the great shades of denim that it can be paired with. When it comes to accessories, this Anna Beck ring is the real MVP. It can be worn with literally any outfit, during any season. A winner in our book!

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NOW: Maxi dresses are one of our favorite staple pieces in our closet. For this casual look, we paired it with a denim vest and some standout accessories.

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NOW: With its black and white color palette, this dress is so versatile! We paired it with a chambray button down, but we couldn’t decide what we loved more; unbuttoned or tied up. What’s your verdict?

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LATER: Everyone loves a fun summer dress, but who said it can only be a summer dress? Add leather and fringe, and it’s just begging to be worn this fall! Not to mention, take a look at these amazing accessories that take any outfit up a notch!

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Fall is such an exciting time: the leaves are changing, everything seems to be pumpkin spiced, and let’s not forget sweaters and boots! We checked in with our fashion editor, Taylor Harman, also a life and style blogger, to tell us a little more about what she loves about the season.

What is your favorite trend for fall and how are you incorporating it into your wardrobe? TH: Right now, I can’t stop shopping for ponchos! They were briefly introduced last year, but they have come back full-force for fall 2015. They’re so cozy, and not to mention, a nice printed one can instantly kick up any lazy outfit.

What do you think is the most versatile piece for fall? TH: When I think versatile, I think jeans and boots. These are also my investment pieces for the chillier seasons. You want to find pieces like this that will last you for years; I like to justify it by thinking of how many wears you’ll get out of the piece. If that tops the amount you spent on it, then it’s worth it in my book!

What’s your go-to weekend outfit? TH: In the fall, I find myself wearing oversized sweaters with tights or leggings and boots A LOT, probably even too often to be honest. You can just never go wrong! And don’t forget, you can simply add a blanket scarf, statement necklace, or even a belt on top to take your outfit to the next level!

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Making Space for Joy in the Mundane Mornings of Back-to-School by kelli anders

Back to school means back to routine. Another season of summer fun has faded into early alarms, hurried breakfasts, permission slips, and every parent’s favorite activity: packing lunches. It’s time to reassess what will fuel our kids physically and cognitively to make it through a full day of school with energy and vitality! Here are some tips to bring more ease and joy into what can otherwise be a hectic or monotonous process, and some breakfast, lunch, and snack ideas to expand your menu of healthful options. tip #1: batch-prep I know a number of busy moms who swear by the almighty crock-pot as their source of sanity. Batchprepping is similar in that it requires a little advanced planning, with the payoff being efficiency when it really matters. Here are a handful of items that can be prepared in batches in advance to save you time in putting together a quick, nutritious breakfast or school lunch: Quinoa, rice, pasta, beans, and sweet potatoes provide an easy base or add-in for multiple meals, from sweet to savory. Homemade Granola as a snack, with milk, or added into a smoothie for extra crunch. 58

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Chincoteague Island

Model Rocket Launch

NASA Wallops Flight Facility Visitor Center Saturday, September 5th 2:00 pm Wallops Island, VA

Chincoteague Decoy Carver’s Association Decoy Show

Chincoteague Center Saturday, September 5th – Sunday, September 6th Saturday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, Sunday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Chincoteague Island, VA Call 410-546-1635 for more details

Chili Chowder Cook-Off and Car Show Chincoteague Carnival Grounds Saturday, September 26th Chincoteague Island, VA Visit www.cvfc3.com for more info

43rd Annual Chincoteague Oyster Festival

Tom’s Cove Park Saturday, October 10th 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm Chincoteague Island, VA Visit www. chincoteagueoysterfestival.com or call 757-336-6161 for tickets and more info

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Nasa Wallops Flight Facility Visitor Center Saturday, September 12th 2:00 pm Wallops Island, VA

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Model Rocket Launch

NASA Wallops Flight Facility Visitor Center Saturday, October 3rd 2:00 pm Wallops Island, VA

Space Station Saturdays

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Summer Send-Off: Blues, Brews & BBQ Downtown Cambridge Saturday, September 12th 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm Cambridge, MD

NASA Wallops Flight Facility Visitor Center Saturday, October 17th 2:00 pm Wallops Island, VA

Cambridge Wine Festival

Science on a Sphere Presentation

IRONMAN Maryland, Main Street Endurance Festival

NASA Wallops Flight Facility Visitor Center Saturday, October 24th 2:00 pm Wallops Island, VA

Downtown Cambridge Friday, October 2nd Cambridge, MD www.cambridgemainstreet.com

Downtown Cambridge – Start: Great Marsh Park, Finish: Long Wharf Saturday, October 3rd Cambridge, MD

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5th Annual Hot Sauce and Oyster Festival Downtown Cambridge Saturday, October 10th 1:00 pm – 8:00 pm Cambridge, MD Sussex County

Season Fireworks Finale with Mid Atlantic Symphony Orchestra

The Freeman Stage at Bayside Friday, September 5th 7:00 pm Selbyville, DE Visit www.freemanstage.org for more info

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Operation Seas the Day – 3rd Annual Warrior Beach Week

Bethany Beach Tuesday, September 8th – Sunday, September 13th Bethany Beach, DE Visit www.operationseastheday.org to donate and learn more info

Rehoboth Beach Film Society’s “Read a Movie” Series Present a Screening of Memento Metropolitan Community Church (MCC Rehoboth) Wednesday, September 9th Starts at 4:00 pm Rehoboth Beach, DE

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Bethany Beach Boardwalk Arts Festival Bethany Beach Boardwalk Saturday, September 12th 10:00 am – 5:00 pm Bethany Beach, DE www.visitsoutherndelaware.com/ events

Joshua M. Freeman Foundation Golf Tournament Bayside Resort Golf Club Saturday, September 12th Begins at 8:00 am Selbyville, DE www.freemanstage.org

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Nanticoke Indian Association’s 38th Annual Powwow

Located in the woods off of Route 24, John J. Williams Highway Saturday, September 12th – Sunday, September 13th Saturday 10:00 am – 7:00 pm, Sunday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm Millsboro, DE www.nanticokeindians.org

3rd Annual Lewes Dragon Boat Festival Canalfront Park Sunday, September 13th 10:00 am – 5:00 pm Lewes, DE www.lewesdragonboat.com

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Arts & Jazz Festival

The Freeman Stage at Bayside Saturday, September 19th Starts at 10:00 am Selbyville, DE www.freemanstage.org

Dewey Beach End of Season Beach Party

Saturday, September 26th Begins at 7:30 am Bethany Beach, DE Visit www.seacolonyrecreation.org to learn more and to register

4th Annual Corn to Run & Harvest Festival

Dewey Beach Saturday, September 19th 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm Dewey Beach, DE

RSC Landscaping/East Coast Garden Center Saturday, September 26th 9:00 am – 2:00 pm Millsboro, DE For more info, call 302-945-3489

Sea Colony Storm the Beach Fun 5K

Escape From Lewes: Open Water Classic 5K Swim

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3rd Annual Golden Jubilee

Dewey Beaches Friday, October 2nd – Sunday, October 4th All day event Dewey Beach, DE Visit www.deweygoldenjubilee. wordpress.com to register your golden retriever in the fun!

Cast for a Cure: 2015 Team Surf Fishing Tournament Delaware Fisherwomen & Old Inlet Bait and Tackle Friday, October 2nd – Sunday, October 4th september/october 2015

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6th Annual A Taste for Art of Southern Delaware

Indy Hall at Independence Saturday, October 3rd 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Millsboro, DE Visit www.leweschamber.com/events or call 302-604-6277 for tickets and more info

39th Annual Coast Day

University of Delaware’s Hugh R. Sharp Campus Sunday, October 4th 11:00 am – 5:00 pm Lewes, DE

Greyhounds Reach the Beach line for linganore’s wine tent at the autumn wine festival

Friday 4:00 pm 8:00 pm, Saturday 7:30 am – 3:30 pm, Sunday 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Rehoboth Beach, DE www.oldinlet.com/fishinginfo/ castforacure

Lewes Fall Craft Fair

Historic Complex at Second & Shipcarpenter Streets Saturday, October 3rd 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Lewes, DE www.leweschamber.com/events

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Dewey Beaches Thursday, October 8th – Sunday, October 11th 8:00 am – 5:00 pm Dewey Beach, DE

2nd Annual Greene Turtle 5K

The Greene Turtle Rehoboth Ave. Sunday, October 11th Registration: 8:00 am, Race Starts: 9:00 am Rehoboth Beach, DE www.leweschamber.com/events

2015 Rehoboth Beach Jazz Festival & Fashion Show

Rehoboth Beach Convention Center & Rehoboth Beach Bandstand Thursday, October 15th – Sunday, October 18th Rehoboth Beach, DE Visit www.rehobothjazz.com for more info for each day as locations, times, and events vary!

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Southern Delaware Wine, Food & Music Festival Independence Hall & Grounds Saturday, October 17th 12:00 pm – 4:30 pm Millsboro, DE www.sodelfest.com

Not-So-Spooky Scavenger Hunt Rehoboth Beach Museum Friday, October 23rd 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm Rehoboth Beach, DE Call 302-227-7310 for more info

26th Annual Sea Witch Halloween & Fiddlers’ Festival Downtown Rehoboth Beach Friday, October 23rd – Sunday, October 25th 9:00 am – 5:00 pm Rehoboth Beach, DE www.beach-fun.com

Old Fashion Beach Games & Broom Toss (Sea Witch Festival) On the Beach at Rehoboth Avenue Saturday, October 24th Beach Games at 2:30 pm, Broom Toss at 3:30 pm Rehoboth Beach, DE www.beach-fun.com

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Talbot Humane’s 6th Annual Bark in the Park Festival and Homecoming Parade Idlewild Park Saturday, October 10th 9:00 am – 2:00 pm Easton, MD Visit www.talbothumane.org for more info Wicomico County

Tipsy Trivia Tuesdays at Brew River

Brew River Restaurant and Bar Every Tuesday night: September 1st – October 27th Begins at 6:30 pm Salisbury, MD

Annual Halloween Parade

Church & Railroad Ave – Church & Main St Wednesday, October 28th Starts at 7:00 pm Selbyville, DE Talbot County

Easton Ghost Walk

Tidewater Inn Friday, September 4th 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm Easton, MD www.tourtalbot.org

Chesapeake Film Festival

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Bunk with the Beasts

Salisbury Zoo Friday, September 11th 6:00 pm – 9:00 am Salisbury, MD www.salisburyzoo.org Call 410-546-3440 to reserve your space

8th Annual Salisbury River Run Boat Dockin’ Contest

Brew River Restaurant & Bar/Port of Salisbury Marina Saturday, September 12th Starting at 1:00 pm Salisbury, MD

SWAC’s 2nd Annual River City Arts Jam! La Quinta Inn & Suites and Riverwalk Park Saturday, September 12th

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10:00 am – 7:00 pm Salisbury, MD www.getswac.org

3rd Friday – Free Art and Entertainment Event

S P R O C K & T AY LOR

Main Street Salisbury Friday, September 18th 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm Salisbury, MD www.3rdfridaysby.com

Sharptown Heritage Day

Sharptown Historic Commission and Museum Saturday, September 19th Events beginning at 7:00 am Sharptown, MD www.townofsharptown.org

Salisbury Rollergirls Home Bout

Mitchell’s Martial Arts Saturday, September 26th Doors at 4:00 pm, Whistle at 4:30 pm Salisbury, MD www.salisburyrollergirls.com

Life Shouldn’t be a Gamble – Quarter Auction

Parsonsburg Fire Company Friday, October 2nd Doors at 5:00 pm, Auction at 6:00 pm Salisbury, MD Call 410-430-2349 for tickets

27th Annual Sea Gull Century Salisbury University Saturday, October 3rd Starts at 7:30 am

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Saturday, October 10th 9:00 am - 11:00 am Salisbury, MD www.wardmuseum.org

Good Beer Festival

Salisbury, MD Visit www.seagullcentury.org for more info and to register

Salisbury Rollergirls Home Bout

Mitchell’s Martial Arts Sunday, October 4th Doors at 10:30 am, Whistle at 11:00 am Salisbury, MD www.salisburyrollergirls.com

Oktoberfest at Brew River

Brew River Restaurant and Bar Friday, October 9th Salisbury, MD

Women Supporting Women’s 14th Annual Walk for Awareness Winterplace Park Saturday, October 10th Begins at 8:30 am Salisbury, MD Visit womensupportingwomen.org for more info and to register!

18th Annual Chesapeake Waterfowl Expo

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Pemberton Historical Park Saturday, October 10th – Sunday, October 11th 12:30 pm – 6:30 pm Salisbury, MD Visit www.goodbeerfestival.com for more info and tickets

Autumn Wine Festival

Pemberton Historical Park Saturday, October 17th – Sunday, October 18th 11:00 am – 5:00 pm Salisbury, MD Visit www.autumnwinefestival.org for more info and tickets

Old School Jam Fest

Wicomico Youth & Civic Center Friday, October 30th 7:30 pm – 12:00 am Salisbury, MD Call 410-251-5838 for more info and tickets Worcester County

Warhol & Erté Art Exhibitions Art in the Fields Gallery September through October Berlin, MD www.artinthefields.com

Haunted Ocean City - A Ghostly Dinner Dunes Manor Hotel Tuesday, September 1st

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Doors at 6:30 pm, Tales begin at 7:00 pm Ocean City, MD Visit www.dunesmanor.com/dunesat-dark for more info and tickets

Friday, September 18th – Sunday, September 20th 10:00 am – 9:00 pm Berlin, MD www.berlinchamber.org

First Friday Arts on the River Gallery Walk

6th Annual Paint Berlin: Wet Paint Sale & Exhibit

Downtown Snow Hill Friday, September 4th Open until 8:00 pm Snow Hill, MD www.snowhillmd.com

Ocean City Ghost Walk

Downtown Ocean City – Meet at Life-Saving Museum Friday, September 4th 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm Ocean City, MD Visit chesapeakeghostwalks.com for more info and to register

Shakespeare at the Beach – The Taming of the Shrew Sturgis Park Friday, September 4th 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm Snow Hill, MD

Shakespeare in the Park – The Taming of the Shrew

Worcester County Arts Council Gallery Saturday, September 19th 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Berlin, MD Call 410-641-0809 for more info

Sunfest 2015: Arts, Crafts & Music Festival

(With special guests Tony Orlando, Wynonna & The Big Noise, The Gin Blossoms, The Spin Doctors, and more!) Ocean City Beach & Boardwalk 1st – looking good, marilyn. art in the fields debuting warhol exhibit

Cypress Park Thursday, September 10th 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm Pocomoke City, MD www.downtownpocomok​e.com

23rd Annual Berlin Fiddlers Convention

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6th Streets Thursday, September 24th – Sunday, September 27th (All day event) Ocean City, MD Call 800-626-2326 for more info or ocoean.com/sunfest

4th Friday Art Stroll

Pocomoke City Friday, September 25th 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm Pocomoke City, MD www.downtownpocomok​e.com

16th Annual Osprey Sprint Triathlon Public Landing Saturday, September 26th Race begins at 9:00 am

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Snow Hill, MD www.mdcoastalbays.org/ospreytriathlon

Pocomoketoberfest

Cypress Park Saturday, September 26th 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm Pocomoke, MD www.pocomoke.com

National Public Lands Hike and Trail Cleanup Pocomoke River State Park Saturday, September 26th 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Snow Hill, MD Call 410-632-2566 for more info

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AFSP Out of the Darkness Walk

Ocean Inlet & Boardwalk in Ocean City Saturday, September 26th – Sunday, September 27th Have your shoes on and ready to walk at 9:30 am Ocean City, MD www.afsp.org/walk

1st Friday Exhibit & Reception Ocean City Center for the Arts Friday, October 2nd 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Ocean City, MD www.artleagueofoceancity.org

Scarecrow Festival

Downtown Snow Hill Friday, October 2nd Snow Hill, MD

Wine on the Beach

Ocean City Inlet Beach Friday, October 2nd- Saturday, October 3rd 11:00 am – 7:00 pm Ocean City, MD Tickets available for purchase starting August 15, 2015 www.winefest.com

Rock the River Music Festival

Sturgis Park Saturday, October 3rd 12:00 pm – 10:00 pm Snow Hill, MD Visit www.snowhillareachamber. com/events for more info and tickets

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Celtic Festival

Furnace Town Saturday, October 3rd – Sunday, October 4th Saturday Gates at 11:00 am, Sunday Gates 10:30 am, Opening Ceremony both days at 12:00 pm Snow Hill, MD Visit www.celticfest.net for more info and tickets

Downtown Pocomoke Fall Festival

Downtown Pocomoke City Saturday, October 10th (Rain Date: Saturday, October 17th) 11:00 am – 4:00 pm Pocomoke City, MD

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Berlin Fall Cruisers

Downtown Berlin Saturday, October 10th 10:00 am – 2:00 pm Berlin, MD www.berlinchamber.org

Paddling the Pocomoke River – Fall Colors 3461 Worcester Highway Saturday, October 10th Snow Hill, MD Starts at 1:00 pm Call 410-632-5566 for more info

Making Strides against Breast Cancer Walk/Run Ocean City Inlet Parking Lot/ Boardwalk Saturday, October 17th 7:30 am – 12:00 pm Ocean City, MD www.makingstrideswalk.org/ oceancitymd

Flames at the Furnace

Furnace Town Living Heritage Museum Saturday, October 17th Doors open at 5:00 pm Snow Hill, MD Call 410-632-2032 for tickets and more info

Berlin Octoberfest

Main Street in downtown Berlin Saturday, October 17th 11:00 am – 7:00 pm Berlin, MD www.berlinchamber.org 74

O.C.toberfest – Howl-O-Ween Pet Parade Ocean Boardwalk Inlet – 27th Street Saturday, October 17th Parade starts at 2:00 pm Ocean City, MD www.specialeventpro.com

Fright Night in the Forest

Pocomoke River State Park Saturday, October 24th Snow Hill, MD Call 410-632-2566 for more info

Drive in Disguise & Halloween Parade

27th Street to Inlet Lot Saturday, October 24th Parade starts at 3:00 pm Ocean City, MD Visit www.downtownassociation.net to register your *decorated* car and contact 443-235-4405 for more info

Halloween Spook-Out Party

Northside Park at 125th Street Sunday, October 25th 1:00 m – 3:00 pm Ocean City, MD For more info, call OC Recreation & Parks at 410-250-0125

Autumn Home and Condo Show

R.E. Powell Ocean City Convention Center Saturday, October 31st 10:00 am – 6:00 pm Ocean City, MD www.oceanpromotions.info/autumn. php beachtobaytimes.com


urs, OCTOBEr 22 5:00–8:00pm CrIPPLE CrEEK COUNTrY CLUB

29494 Cripple Creek Drive Dagsboro, DE 19939

Board Certified Plastic Surgeons Vincent Perrotta & Christopher Pellegrino & staff will share the latest in state-of-the-art techniques. You’ll witness life-changing before & after photos of their happy patients along with live testimonials. Plus, take advantage of Q&A sessions with the doctors. Stay for the entire seminar or only the sections that interest you:

5pm registration 5:30pm Complimentary Dinner Served 6pm Facial Cosmetic Procedures 7pm Skin Care rejuvenation (Lasers, Peels) 7:30pm Breast Augmentation & Lifting 8pm Body Contouring Plus... Live Demos of BOTOX® Gift Boxes & Fabulous Giveaways! Registration required: laurie@penplasticsurgery.com

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Real Food. From Scratch. fresh.local.organic. Taste the difference. lunch and dinner daily, plus sunday brunch reservations recommended 12924 Sunset Avenue West Ocean City, MD (On the Commercial Fishing Harbor)

410-213-0924 ocshark.com

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Celebrating our world... one bite at a time! peruvian rotisserie complemented by a supporting menu of culturally inspired cuisine beer, wine, craft cocktails and organic beverages dine in or carry out

Fresh. Authentic. Easy.

12507 Sunset Ave (Rt 611 and Sunset Ave) West Ocean City a fast casual concept from the creators of the shark on the harbor

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adolfo’s italian restaurant: $$$ l d c ocean city, md oc-adolofos.com 410-289-4001 atlantic hotel: $$$ l d c/f berlin, md atlantichotel.com 410-641-3589 bad monkey: $$ k l d c ocean city, md badmonkeyoc.com 443-856-2885 barn 34: $$ k b l d c ocean city, md barn34.com 410-289-5376 bj’s on the water: $$ k l d ~~~ c ocean city, md bjsonthewater.com 410-524-7575 blacksmith: $$ b l d c/f berlin, md blacksmithberlin.com 410-973-2102 78

key: price range (out of 3) = $$$ kid friendly (play area, menus, ‘laxed atmosphere) = k breakfast = b lunch = l dinner = d entertainment = waterfront dining = ~~~ casual attire = c fancy/dressy attire = f

de lazy lizard: $$ k l d ~~~ c ocean city, md delazylizard.com 410-289-1122

general’s kitchen: $ k b l c ocean city, md 410-723-0477

dumser’s dairyland: $ k b l d c beach-net.com/dumsers 410-524-1588

harvest moon tavern: $$ k l d c snow hill, md harvestmoontavern.com 410-632-9890

evo: $$ l d c salisbury, md evolutioncraftbrewing. com 443-260-2337

hooked: $$$ l d c/f ocean city, md hookedoc.com 410-723-4665

fager’s island: $$$ k l d ~~~ c/f ocean city, md fagers.com 410-524-5500 fat fish: $ k l d c ocean city, md fatfishoc.com 410-390-5006 fish tales: $$ k l d ~~~ c ocean city, md ocfishtales.com 410-289-0990

irish penny pub: $$ l d c salisbury, md theirishpennypub.com 410-742-0002 kirby’s pub: $$ l d c ocean city, md 410-723-1700 layton’s family restaurant: $ k b l c ocean city, md killerfood.wix.com/ laytonson92 410-524-4200 beachtobaytimes.com


liquid assets bistro and wine bar: $$$ l d f ocean city, md ocliquidassets.com 410-524-7037 macky’s bayside bar and grille: $$ k l d ~~~ c ocean city, md mackys.com 410-723-5565 malia’s café: $ k b l c ocean city, md 443-664-2420 pemberton coffee house: $ k b l c salisbury, md pembertoncoffeehouse. com 443-736-7416 ristorante antipasti: $$ k l d c ocean city, md ristoranteantipasti.com 410-289-4588 ropewalk: $$ k l d ~~~ c ocean city, md ropewalkoc.com 410-524-1009 seacrets: $$ l d ~~~ c ocean city, md seacrets.com 410-524-4900 sobo’s wine beerstro: $$ k l d c soboswinebeerstro.com 410-219-1117 september/october 2015

sunset grille: $$$ k l d ~~~ f ocean city, md ocsunsetgrille.com 410-213-8110

catch 54: $$$ l d ~~~ c/f fenwick island, de catch54.com 302-436-8600

the globe: $$ k b l d c berlin, md globetheater.com 410-641-0784

go fish: $$ k l d c rehoboth beach, de gofishrehoboth.com 302-226-1044

the hobbit restaurant: $$$ l d ~~~ f ocean city, md thehobbitrestaurant. com 410-524-8100

grotto pizza: $ k l d c bethany beach, de grottopizza.com 302-945-6000

the shark: $$$ l d ~~~ c/f ocean city, md ocshark.com 410-213-0924

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abbott’s grill: $$ k l d c laurel, de abbottsgrillde.com 302-280-6172 arena’s deli and bar: $$ k b l d c rehoboth beach, de arenasdeliandbar.com 302-227-1272 bethany blues bbq: $$ k l d c bethany beach, de bethanyblues.com 302-537-1500 blue coast seafood grill: $$$ l d ~~~ c bethany beach, de bluecoastseafoodgrill. com 302-539-7111

jimmy’s kitchen: $ k b l c fenwick island, de jimmyzkitchen.com 302-537-2423 matt’s fish camp: $$ l d c bethany beach, de mattsfihcampbethany. com 302-539-2267 ocean view family restaurant: $ k b l d c ocean view, de 302-539-4864 the point coffee house and bake shoppe: $$ k b l c rehoboth beach, de thepointcoffee.com 302-260-9734 the rusty rudder: $$ k b l d c/f dewey beach, de rustyrudderdewey.com 302-227-3888 79


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