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T Th Thursday

June 27th • 4-7pm

Friday

June 28th • 4-7pm

June 29th • 4-6PM $3 Miller $3 Miillle ler Lites Lit Li L ites te

The Pickles Dave Weber The Impulsives Happy Hour 4-6pm $3.50 Bud Lights • $5 Frozen

Happy Hour 4-6pm $4 Coronas & Corona Lights • $5 Margaritas

Happy Hour 4-6pm $3.50 Bud Lights • $5 Frozen

Sunday July 1st

Happy Hour • 4-6pm

Monte’s Pool Party Featuring Presents

The Replicants

$4 Bud Light Limes • $5 Well Drinks

Monday • July 2nd • 4-7pm

Shorty Long

Chris Gustelli

and the Jersey Horns $4 Heineken & Heineken Lights • $5 Well Drinks

Saturday • June 30th

Happy Hour 4-6pm

Happy Hour 4-6pm • $3.50 Bud Lights • $5 Frozen

in the club Thursday

FRIDAY

June JJu une e 28 2 th • 10pm 10pm-2am 2a

June 29th • 10pm-2am

TTHUNDER HUNDER TTHURSDAY HURSDAY

High in the Mid 80s

THE ISLAND’S BEST T SP SSPECIAL $1 Coors Lights • $2 Blue Moons • $1 Soco Lime Shots & Kamikaze Shots

80s Party

Saturd Saturday

June 30th • 10pm-3am

11:11

by the tiki bar night time Sunday July 1st • 10pm-2am

Monday July 2nd • 10pm-2am

Chris Gustelli $4 Domestic Beers

Ted Hammock & Matt Fisher $4 Well Drinks from 10pm

by the pool daytime Tuesday July 3

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Ted Hammock 1-4pm

Impulsives 4-7pm

Happy Hour 4-6pm $3.50 Bud Lights • $5 Frozen

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The Sea Shell Night Club Presents A Scandalous Ex travaganza

FULL MOON PARTY

Tues.rd July 3 The nts ca Replim-2am 10p

When the Moon is Double the Size So Are Our Drinks! Double Drinks All Night Long! $3.50 Blue Moons and $3 Three Olive Ice Luge Shots. Fortune Tellers, Face Painters, and Stilt Walkers! Come Howl at the Moon and Celebrate our Independence Day in True Sea Shell Style! Just Look For the Spotlights in the Sky!

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July 4 10pm - 2am

Outside The Pickles Duo $3 Domestic Beers Inside NO DJ Troy COVER $3Domestic Beers

Friday • July 6th Naked Twister in the club • Saturday • July 7th Hyperactive in the club & Monte’s Pool Party with Almost Easy by the pool

PALM GRILL RESTAURANT & TIKI BAR

SMOKERS WELCOME On Our Large Outside Tiki Deck See Our Summer Band Schedule at www.seashellclub.com

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Johnny Drama

Lauralea & Tripp Fabulous

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In The Restaurant

Entire Menu Available for Take-Out

Starters:

Weekly Specials

Prosciutto di Parma with Fresh Figs

Specials Start Thursday

Main Courses: Broiled Alaskan Halibut Filet

Fresh basil, extra virgin olive oil, balsamic vinegar

Shallot smashed fingerling potatoes, porcini mushroom sauce

Codfish Brandade with Domestic Caviar

Wild mushrooms, soft polenta, white truffle oil

Grilled rustic bread

Char Grilled Black Angus Flat Iron Steak

Slow Roasted All Natural Chicken

Grilled summer vegetables, red wine sauce

The Restaurant & Bar Open Daily Mon. - Sun. From 5pm Early Birds 5-6pm • Except Saturdays & Holidays • Reservations Suggested

The Sushi Bar e sid king t u O rloo an e Ov Oce pm 4- 6 t he r ou ri ls y Hn - F pecia p p H a Mo i n k S Dr ily salads, a D

Open Daily Lunch Daily 12pm-2pm • Dinner Starting at 5pm

Entire Menu Available for Take Out Op e fro Daily n m 1 1:3 0 am

Enjoy Cocktails, wraps, paninis, crabcakes, burgers, tuna tacos & more...

ENTERTAINMENT THURSDAY 6/28 - Chris Fritz 3-7pm FRIDAY 6/29 - Dan Brown Duo 3-7pm SATURDAY 6/30 - Lenny G 3-7pm SUNDAY 7/1 - PJ, Dennis & Chris 3-7pm MONDAY 7/2 - AJ Stone 3-7pm TUESDAY 7/3 - Chris Gustelli 3-7pm WEDNESDAY 7/4 Dan Brown 3-7pm

• OPEN DAILY • Engleside Avenue On the Ocean • Beach Haven Hotel (609) 492-1251 • Restaurant (609) 492-5116 • www.engleside.com


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Open 7 Days O D 11 11am-9pm 9 • Lunch L h & Dinner Di

Acoustic Music: Fri-Sun 3-7pm Saturday

HAPPY HOUR EVERYDAY

Screaming Broccoli Duo

3pm - 7pm

Featuring 12 Drafts for $3 plus $1 off all Mixed Drinks & Bottles *$5 Food Specials

Sunday

Inside Bar Only • *Mon-Fri Only

Trippin Carla

Got the Rainy Day Blues?

JULY 4TH 4-7pm

Ted Hammock

Whenever there’s a rainshower It’s Joe Pop’s HAPPY HOUR 7 Days A Week- Before 9pm Pool Tables • Shuffleboard • Pop-A- Shot

FROZEN HAPPY HOUR Mon. - Fri. 3-7pm

See All Our Specials & Entertainment www.joepops.com

$400 Frozen Drink Special, Changes Daily

Featured Cocktails: Ginger Lemonade, Homemade Sangria, and Long Beach Island Iced Tea. Visit Our website at www.joepops.com/specials/tiki-joes.htm to see our new outdoor menu and entertainment calendar.

Friend us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter @ joepopsshorebar CO THE ME F F O STA OOD..R . THE Y F BAN OR D S!

Friday June 29th

Bobby Lynch Band

$5 Fridays $5 Drink Specials with The Drink Wheel

Every Sunday

Ladies & Locals Night with

Mashwork Orange

½ Priced Drinks & Drafts No Cover w/ Local VIP Card

LLong Beach Beach Island Island, NJ • “It’s A Shore Th Thing””

Saturday June 30th

Mellow Mondays

Screaming Broccoli

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10pm

Big Orange Cone

Craft Pint Giveaway Night

Jay & Mike Acoustic Duo

$3 Coors Light Bottles • $4 Well Drinks

Every Wednesday

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Every Thursday

Benjamins

$3 Cover, Shots, Domestic Beers

Friday July 6th

The Nerds

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$ 99

KIDS MEALS


HOMEMADE ICE CREAM DAILY SPECIALS $1.25

Our 36th Year TAKE OUT or PATIO SEATING OPEN DAILY 492-1088 11:30 AM - 9:30 PM DEEP FRIED SEAFOOD PLATTERS FROM $4.95 CLOSED WEDNESDAY

restaurants Bamboo Beach Asian Restaurant ................ 28

Greenhouse Cafe ........................................ 22

Bayberry Inn................................................. 15

Howard’s Restaurant .................................... 20

Beach Haven Fishery ................................... 21

Joe Pop’s Shore Bar........................................ 5

Bistro 14........................................................ 15

Joey’s Pizza .................................................. 31

Black Dog Cafe ........................................... 19

The Ketch ............................................. 3, 9, 11

Blue Water Cafe ........................................... 23

Kubel’s Too ................................................... 13

The Boathouse Restaurant...................... 22, 34

The Lobster Claw .......................................... 16

Boulevard Clams.......................................... 25

M&M Steam Bar ........................................... 27

Broadway Pizza .............................................. 6

Marlin Restaurant & Bar........................ 3, 9, 11

Buckalews Restaurant & Bar ................... 13, 20

Nardi’s Tavern .................................... 7, 12, 33

Cafe Aletta .................................................... 8

Pearl Street Market ......................................... 8

Calabria Ristorante ...................................... 37

Pinky’s Shrimp............................................... 17

California Grill & Pizza .................................. 23

Plantation ..................................................... 14

BUCKETS Serves 4 (1 lb) Serves 8 (2 lbs) Chicken Tenders .........................................................13.95........................ 25.95 Clam Strips ..................................................................11.95........................ 22.95 Fried Calamari ..............................................................14.95........................ 28.95 Fried Shrimp ...............................................................18.95........................ 35.95 Filet of Flounder ..........................................................18.95........................ 35.95 Sea Scallops ................................................................19.95........................ 38.50 French Fries ...................................................................6.50........................ 11.95 Cole Slaw, Macaroni or Potato Salad ..........................3.75 pt. .................... 6.75 qt. Jan & Joe’s Macaroni Salad ......................................4.25 pt...................... 7.75 qt. Fried Chicken ........................................... (8 pc.) 13.95, (12 pc.) 19.95, (16) 26.95 Crab Cake ...................................................................................................6.50 ea Garlic Bread .................................................................................................... 2.95 BUCKET PRICES DO NOT INCLUDE PLACE SETTINGS HOMEMADE CLAM CHOWDER • SOUP DU JOUR •TEXAS WEINERS • BURGERS • SUBS HOMEMADE ICE CREAM • FROZEN COLUMBO YOGURT & FRESH FRUIT

Calloway’s Restaurant & Bar .......................... 7

Sea Oaks ..................................................... 26

Chicken or The Egg...................................... 29

Sea Shell Club .......................................... 2, 19

Chowder Hut .................................................. 6

Spray Beach Bagel and Grill ........................ 35

Daddy O’s Restaurant .................................. 10

Spray Beach Inn............................................. 9

Dockside Diner............................................. 23

Stefano’s Restaurant .................................... 23

Dutchman’s Brauhaus .................................. 10

Subbogies .................................................... 14

E.J. Callahan’s Restaurant & Bar .................. 11

Surf City Hotel......................................... 11, 34

The Engleside Inn ........................................... 4

Terrace Tavern ............................................. 18

827 BAY AVE., BEACH HAVEN • ACROSS FROM BAY VILLAGE, NEXT TO B&B

Foster’s Market ............................................. 22

Tuckerton Beach Grille ................................. 15

Gateway Bar & Restaurant........................... 15

Yellow Fin ....................................................... 8

PLATTERS Platters include french fries, cole slaw, tartar or cocktail sauce & garlic toast Chicken Tenders (BBQ or House Sauce) .......................................................... 7.25 Clam Strips (½ lb.) .......................................................................................... 7.25 Fried Chicken ................................................................................................. 9.25 Butterfly Shrimp (6) ........................................................................................ 9.95 Fried Calamari ................................................................................................ 9.95 Filet of Flounder ........................................................................................... 10.50 Sea Scallops ................................................................................................. 11.50 Stuffed Shrimp ............................................................................................. 11.50 Baked Stuffed Flounder ..............................................................(1) 9.95, (2) 17.95 Crab Cakes (2) .............................................................................................. 12.50 Fisherman’s Platter (Flounder & Clam Strips) ................................................ 11.50 Captain’s Platter (Shrimp, Flounder & Clam Strips) ......................................... 12.75 The Whaler (Scallops, shrimp, flounder & clam strips) .................................... 13.75 The Lt. Commander (Crab Cake, 1/4 lb. Scallops, 3 Shrimp) .......................... 12.75 The Commander (Crabcake, Scallops, Shrimp & Oysters) ............................... 12.75 The Admiral (crab cake, scallops, shrimp, flounder & clam Strips) ................. 14.75 Soft Shell Crab .................................................................................... market price Lobster Tails - French Fried or Steamed .............................................. market price Catch of the Day (batter dipped or baked) ............................................ market price

HAVING COMPANY?

FELLA’S

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BROADWAY PIZZA

PIZZA • STEAKS • HOAGIES • SALADS REFINED ARCHITECTURAL ATMOSPHERE

clubs + entertainment Bayberry Inn................................................. 15

The Ketch ............................................. 3, 9, 11

Buckalew’s Restaurant & Bar .................. 13, 20

Marlin Restaurant & Bar........................ 3, 9, 11

Calloway’s Restaurant & Bar .......................... 7

Nardi’s Tavern .................................... 7, 12, 33

Daddy O’s Restaurant .................................. 10

Plantation ..................................................... 14

Dutchman’s Brauhaus .................................. 10

Sea Shell Club .......................................... 2, 19

E.J. Callahan’s Restaurant............................ 11

Surf City Hotel......................................... 11, 34

The Engleside Inn ........................................... 4

Terrace Tavern ............................................. 18

Gateway Bar & Restaurant........................... 15

Tuckerton Beach Grille ................................. 15

Joe Pop’s Shore Bar........................................ 5

“UPSCALE PASTA & FRESH MOZZARELLA CO.”

In Surf City Location Open for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 7am - 9pm or later...

494-7100 • 18th & BLVD, SURF CITY • 494-7100 THE AREAS FINEST “ARTISAN SALADS” ALWAYS BRING YOUR OWN BOTTLE AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT “ATKINS FRIENDLY” LOW CARB PLATTERS GLUTEN FREE MENU AN ALL SENSORY DINING EXPERIENCE STOP FOR A MENU “Running Our Restaurant is no Big Thing. It’s a Thousand Little Things.”

DINE INDOORS OR UNDER THE STARS

½ & Full Trays of Food for Your Family Get Togethers

EXPERIENCED ATTENTIVE WAIT - STAFF UNIQUE EXOTIC PIZZAS & PASTAS “SIGNATURE” MOZZARELLA DISHES WHERE EVERY MEAL IS A “PRESENTATION” DELIVERY AVAILABLE

We at B’way think dining out is more than eating out. It is an experience - an adventure; it is a form of entertainment. One step into B’way and you will know this is no ordinary pizza shop. The visually rich environment with its architectural details convey a sense of quality to our customers. “We feel customers are not only buying food and service, they’re buying a sensory experience as well.” The architecture also makes its way to the food preparation and presentation. Whether it’s a totally unique “ONLY ON BROADWAY “pizza, one of our “ARTISAN” prepared salads, various fresh mozzarella platters, or an upscale pasta dish, attention to details are obvious. Execution and quality are the most important aspects of service in B’way. Our staff is chosen very selectively and our customers return time and again because we provide personalized, attentive service. Our staff considers B’way more of a loyalty than a “job.” ENJOY

WWW.SCOJOSNJ.COM www.facebook.com/scojosnj

3rd & Blvd., Surf City 494-8661

Tuckerton Location Only Breakfast Special

$ 99 Monday - Friday

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7am - 9am

*Not Valid on Holidays

At the Tuckerton Seaport Rt. 9, Tuckerton 296-5700

Tuckerton Seaport Breakfast & Lunch Daily 7am - 2pm


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MIDNIGHT EVERYDAY

GO-KARTS • RIDES MINIATURE GOLF • BATTING CAGES FAMILY ARCADE & FUN CENTER NEWEST GAMES - GREAT PRIZES GOLF DRIVING RANGE The Bus Is Running Every Night!

FAMILIES WELCOME • OPEN 7 AM TO 10 PM • EVERYDAY

LIVE HAPPY HOUR & EVENING ENTERTAINMENT Happy Hour Happy Hour Bands

Thursday June 28th

3-5pm Daily

Thursday June 28th

5pm Pasta & Sinatra Friday June 29th

5pm The Elvis Show Saturday June 30th

10pm Love Puppies $2.50 Coors Light Bottles

Friday June 29th

10pm Steamroller Picnic

¼ MILE TRACK

Saturday June 30th

10pm Lima Bean Riot

Sunday July 1st 5pm Dave Christopher Band 10pm Richie & The All Stars Sunday July 1st

5pm Dave Christopher Band Monday July 2nd

5pm Weird Al Karaoke Tuesday July 3rd

5pm Pasta & Sinatra

$2.50 Bud Light Bottles

Monday July 2nd

10pm 70’s Night $2.50 Bud Light Bottles

Tuesday July 3rd

10pm Liquid A $2.50 Bud Light Bottles

Wednesday July 4th

Wednesday July 4th

10pm Rock Lobsters

Facepainting with Freckles

$2.50 Bud Light Bottles, $4 Red Bull Bombs, $5 Car Bombs

5pm Weird Al Karaoke

Bombs Away Wednesday

KIDDIE GO KARTS Restaurant • Bar

UPCOMING LIVE MUSIC

July 5th - Love Puppies July 6th - Mainstream Sellouts

597 Route 9 Eagleswood Township 2.5 Miles South of Route 72 5 Minutes from LBI Causeway

July 7th - Love Puppies July 8th - Richie & The All Stars

NARDI’SS SSUPPER UPPER RC CLUB LUB PRESENTS PRE Pasta P asta a & Si S Sinatra inatrra

Dinner & The Show $14.95 • All You Can Eat Buffet

OUTSIDE DECK

609-978-0220

LUNCH • DINNER • LATE NIGHT FRESH SEAFOOD • PRIME RIB • STEAKS THIN CRUST PIZZA BEST BURGERS • SANDWICHES • SALADS

a Sinatcrk! a is B& Thurs. Tues.

FRIDAY, JUNE 29 5-8 PM - CAIT DARCY 9-1 AM - THIRD WATCH SATURDAY, JUNE 30

Singing Sinatra like Sinatra Steve Maglio, o above, above prepares preepares pre pares to o sing sin ing ing ng at Nardi’s Tavern Tavern where here he will be performing perf p rforming g this th his summer. su sum m He entertains the audience with a voice that bears an uncanny resemblance to that of Frank Sinatra.

Appears Every Tuesday & Thursday at 5pm & 7pm Reservations highly suggested

Nardi’s Kitchen Open 7 Days till 1am Mon - Sun • 7am - 2am Serving Breakfast Everyday

492-9538 Now Booking Separate Party Room

11801 Long Beach Blvd • Haven Beach

www.NardisTavern.com / www.Facebook.com/NardisTavern

MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS 4

CONFUSION 9 PM TO 1 AM

MONDAYS • 9

9

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KID’S EAT FOR $1.

PM

CHUCK MILLER LIVE TUESDAYS • 9

TO

PM

TED HAMMOCK & JASON BOOTH WEDNESDAYS • 9

KARAOKE

THURSDAYS • 9

PM PM

KEN U TRIVIA

SUNDAYS • 8:30 TO 11:30 PM COUNTRY MUSIC/LINE DANCING

APPETIZERS EVERY NIGHT FROM 9 PM SUNDAY FROM 8 PM NOT VALID

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Fine Food, Fresh Fish Quality Meats Specialty Desserts Delivery Available

CHICKEN SALAD APPLE WRAP Classic chicken salad leaf lettuce and sliced Granny Smith apple on whole wheat wrap

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Extensive catering menu www.pearlstreetmarket.com

Calendar is The SandPaper’s guide to entertainment, cultural activities and other events in southern New Jersey. Listings are compiled from press releases and announcements sent to us from various sponsoring organizations. The SandPaper is not responsible for changes or errors in listings. We suggest you call for confirmation before starting out for anything. To include your community event in Calendar, send complete information (and the name and phone number of a person we can contact) to: Calendar, The SandPaper, 1816 Long Beach Blvd., Surf City, NJ 08008. Or you may drop the material off in person at our office, e-mail to calendar@thesandpaper.net or fax it to 609-494-1437. Do not call in announcements. Only activities open to the public can be accepted. Either admission must be free or the activity’s primary purpose must be to benefit a nonprofit organization. Notices must reach us by the Friday prior to our publication date. There is no charge for the service. The SandPaper Calendar of Events and Notices are also available online at www.thesandpaper.net.

ssliced liced apple, crumbled gorgonzola low fat raspberry vinaigrette

SOUTH ATLANTIC

Thinly sliced grilled chicken breast fresh mozzarella, roasted red bell peppers, Jersey Tomato and homemade basil pesto on focaccia

Aerobics Classes, Ship Bottom Firehouse, 21st St. & Central Ave. Classes include Zumba, Tobata boxing, Pilates and more. All equipment is provided. Participants should bring a towel. 8, 9 & 10 am, through Labor Day. See class schedule on a sign in front of the firehouse. Call 609-494-1601. Alaska Denali Classic Cruise/Tour, Deborah Hospital Foundation LBI Chapter sponsors a trip Aug. 15-23. Call Vince O’Mara at 609-660-7541. Antiques Dealers Sought for Clamtown Antiques Flea Market, Tip Seaman County Park, Rte. 9 & Lakeside Drive, Tuckerton (609-294-1547) The Tuckerton Historical Society sponsors the event, Sept. 8, featuring more than 100 dealers. 8 am-4 pm. Rain date, Sept. 9 or 15. Vendor space, 20 feet by 20 feet, $45. Dealers may apply at tuckertonhistoricalsociety. org, e-mail tuckertonhistoricalsociety@gmail.com or call 609-296-2584. Art Lovers Event, Stafford Twp. Firehouse, Stafford Ave., Manahawkin. Pine Shores Art Assn. hosts the event July 22. 50 framed, original works of art by 50 artists, all valued at more than $50, are exhibited. Each painting is offered for sale at only $50 to the first 50 people applying at www.pineshoresartassociation.org. Barnegat Bay Coast Camp, Maris Stella Retreat & Conference Center, 72nd St. & Long Beach Blvd., Harvey Cedars. The American Littoral Society and Sisters of Charity of St. Elizabeth sponsor a marine and environmental science day camp, July 16-20, 10 am-3 pm for children entering grades 5-8. Cost, $100. Contact stevie@littoralsociety.org of 732291-0055. Barnegat Recreation Offers Summer Programs, (609-698-0080, ext. 122 or www.barnegat.net) There are adult tap classes as well as activities for various ages including gymnastics, science, little kids camp, and field trips with Adventure Camp. Basic Quilting Class, Jewish Community Center of LBI, 15 East 24th St., Spray Beach (609-492-4090 or www.jccoflbi.org) 10 am-1 pm. Registration is required.

Tides JUNE-JULY Daylight Saving Time LOW HIGH Date AM PM AM PM 28 9:20 10:15 2:44 3:31 29 10:23 11:17 3:48 4:32 30 11:22 — 4:56 5:35 1 12:15 12:19 6:03 6:35 2 1:11 1:16 7:04 7:30 3 2:06 2:12 7:59 8:22 4 2:58 3:06 8:52 9:12 Tides are based on NOAA, U.S. Dept. of Commerce predictions for Sandy Hook, N.J. To adjust for local points use the “Tidal Differences” chart below.

Tidal Differences These are approximate differences for local points, given in hours and minutes, from the above predicted ocean tides. LOCATION HIGH LOW Long Beach Island (Ocean) - 0:30 -0:40 Barnegat Bay Waretown +2:43 +3:00 Barnegat Inlet, inside -0:11 -0:02 High Bar +1:04 +1:55 Double Creek +3:03 +3:33 Manahawkin Bay North Beach +3:02 +4:07 Manahawkin Bridge +2:47 +3:39 Little Egg Harbor Westecunk Creek entrance +1:55 +2:36 Tuckerton Creek entrance +1:32 +1:59 Beach Haven +1:12 +1:17 Great Bay Little Egg Inlet +0:16 +0:18 Seven Islands +0:32 +0:28 Graveling Point +0:38 +1:11 Mullica River Hwy. Bridge +1:30 +1:52 Main Marsh Thorofare +0:43 +1:17

The Moon *Full Moon July 3

New Moon July 19

First Quarter Last Quarter July 26 July 10 *Moonrise, 8:21 pm

The Sun June 28 July 2

5:32 5:34

8:29 8:29

Beach Yoga, 26th St. beach, Spray Beach (609-4924906) All levels and ages are welcome. Participants should bring big towels and water and wear sunscreen and sunglasses. Donation only. Fri.-Mon., through Sept. 3. Call for class schedule.

PORT HOLE CAFE Our 75th Year Opened Memorial Day Weekend 1936

Home of Leo’s World Famous Roast Beef Sandwiches

Open Thurs., Fri., Sat., & Sun., Serving Dinner @ 5:00 pm

Welcome Back To Our New and Old Friends!!! Lite Bites • Bar Pies • Burgers Fries • Cheesesteaks • Take Out

494-4242 17th & Boulevard, Ship Bottom

Have a Safe and Happy Summer!

Rick’s American Café Restaurant & Bar

Thurs Nite Buckets of Coronitas Fri Nite Coors Light Buckets Wed. Night Yuengling Bottles

4th & Broadway Barnegat Light

494-8482

NOW OPEN WEEKENDS

OPEN DAILY AT 3PM • SAT-SUN AT NOON SATURDAY JUNE 30TH AFTER HOURS 5 PIECE BAND

COMING JULY 7TH “NO DISCIPLINE”

LITE FARE - BURGER BAR - TAKE OUT

MUSIC

Open Thursday - Monday Serving Dinner @ 5:00 pm

POOL TABLE

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Happy Hour 4-6pm Serving Food Daily Noon-11pm Late Night Happy Hour 10pm-Midnight $2 All Domestic Pints Outdoor Patio Dining with Great Bay Views Engleside & the Bay • Beach Haven • 492-2300 •

Same Family Run & Operated as Mud City & Ship Bottom Shellfish

Open Daily 11:30am

HAPPY HOUR Monday, through Friday 3 - 6 PM Food & Drink Specials

HAPPY HOUR

Fresh & Local Everyday

Open Daily 11:30am

Center St. and 100 North Pennsylvania Ave Beach Haven, New Jersey 08008

609-492-0025 www.blackwhalebar.com

Monday, through Friday 3 - 6 PM Food & Drink Specials Late Night Food

...On the Deck

Wing Night All You Can Eat Wings Buckets of Beer Pitchers of Margaritas All-You-Can Eat Wings

ea.

Kids Eat Free 4:30-6:30 Daily

With each full -priced entree For kids 10 & under • Recommended seating by 6:15

friday: Shark Attacks 10pm DJ Moe Green

Lobster! Stuffed Shrimp! Stuffed Flounder! Starting at $9.95 - 4:30-6:30 • Suggested Seating by 6pm • Lobster Prices may vary

Oceanfront Dining

2ND STREET ON THE BAY • BEACH HAVEN • RESERVATIONS: 609-492-3000

Inside or Out

Enjoy Our Famous Bloody Marys

Beach Hut Bar

THURSDAY Seafood Fest Open 10am - 10pm

Specials: Seafood Delight, Asian i Tuna, Flounder Francais, Pasta d’Mar Desserts: Peach Melba, Waffle Sundae, Dark Side of the Moon Serving Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner daily Breakfast 8am to noon • Lunch noon to 4pm • Dinner 4pm to 9:30pm Dining Inside or Outside on Our Patio Deck EARLY BIRDs STARTING AT $12.95 4 - 6pm Daily

HAPPY HOUR 4 - 7 pm Daily

Saturday is Prime Rib Night 6/28 6/29 6/30 7/01 7/02

PAT KARWAN FRED CONLEY A.J. STONE ROY SOMMERS DAVE SODANO

Tuesday

7/03

DAVE JONES

sings Sinatra by the sea

24th Street & Atlantic Ave • Spray Beach, NJ 08008 609-492-1501 lbiinns.com - LIKE US ON FACEBOOK The SandPaper Is ONLINE! - www.thesandpaper.net

$17.95

FRIDAY Italian Garden Salad & Pasta Trio Night in Naples Vino by the Glass $1.99

$14.95

SUNDAY Lobster Bake

$16.95

1.25lb. Live Main Lobster Including Cole Slaw & Fries

Kids Eat Free Everyday

Live Entertainment

Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday

Crab & Corn Chowder plus Choice of One of Six Seafood Entrees Key Lime Pie all for...

4:30pm-6:30pm with each full priced adult entree. Must place order before 6:30pm. Other restrictions apply.

Entertainment Friday June 29th

Saturday June 30rd

Sunday July 1st

JOHNNY DRAMA

Laura Lea & Tripp Fabulous

BURNT SIENNA

Open Daily @ 4pm 2 South Bay Ave., Beach Haven | 609.492.7700 Call for reservations


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The Schmid Family Presents

The Dutchman’s Brauhaus Banquets • Group Luncheons • Dinner Parties • Catering

The Upstairs After Dark An Entertainment Night Spot Dancing on the Bay FRIDAY Depot Dogs SATURDAY Trax MONDAY Pat Karwan

The Quelle open air eatery

OPEN DAILY Sunday Tee-Time 4-6 Docking Available

BAVARIAN TAVERN Happy Hour Mon.-Thurs. 3-7pm Fri. & Sat. 3-6 • Sun. 3-5 & 8-11 Entertainment starts at 5pm

FRIDAY

Night Crawlers

Pat Karwan

Doors Open at 8pm Entertainment Starts at 9pm

Family Days, Barnegat Light Museum, 5th St. & Central Ave., Barnegat Light. Family-oriented tours of the museum and, weather permitting, Edith Duff Gwinn Gardens are offered Wed., 10 am-4 pm, in July and August. Activities for children ages up to 10, 2-3:30 pm; children younger than 5 must be accompanied by an adult. Family Water Sport Fun Days, Bayview Park, 68th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach (www.longbeachtownship.com) Island Surf & Sail presents inwater instruction, demonstrations, races and contests. All activities are free. Fri., 6 pm. Fitness Programs, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609494-1241 or www.lbifoundation.org) Continuing programs include yoga, Pilates and Zumba.

Starting at 7:30 Starting at 8:30

Clam Shucking Classes, Boulevard Clams, 20th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Surf City (609-494-9494) Participants should bring a shucking knife. Tues., 9:30 am. Call for starting date.

SATURDAY Pat Karwan

Open Daily 11:30am Bavarian Tavern • Dining Room Lunch & Dinner

Early Birds 5 Course Dinner from $12.00 Mon. - Fri. 3-6 Early Bird not available on holidays • Hours Subject to change

On Beautiful Barnegat Bay, Cedar Bonnet Island, NJ • 494-6910 visit us at theDutchmans.com & Like us on Facebook

Ghost Tours of Beach Haven, Meet at LBI Historical Museum, Engleside & Beach aves., Beach Haven. Comfortable walking shoes are recommended for these haunted walking tours. Tickets: adult, $15; child younger than 12, $8; includes museum admission. A portion of the proceeds benefits the museum. Tues. & Wed., 7 pm, through Aug. 29. Rain cancels. Reservations are required before 6 pm; call 609-709-1425. LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences Offerings, The catalog is available at www.lbifoundation.org. Mah Jongg/Bridge/Canasta, Jewish Community Center of LBI, 24th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Spray Beach (609-492-4090 or www.jccoflbi.org) All are welcome. Wed., 12:30-4 pm. Pastel Classes with Linda Coulter, Pine Shores Art Assn., 94 Stafford Ave., Manahawkin (609-294-8264 or www.pineshoresartassociation.org) Walk-ins are welcome. Fees per class: member, $20; nonmember, $22. Sat., 10 am-1 pm. Register for Summer Activities, St. Francis Center, 47th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach (609-4948861 or www.stfranciscenterlbi.com) Just a few of the offerings are swimming instruction, basketball, lacrosse, fitness and ballroom dancing. Sports Camps Offered, Southern Regional High School, Rte. 9, Manahawkin (srsd.net or e-mail amisinsky @srsd.net) Registration deadline, June 30; e-mail for openings after that date. Camps are offered for various age groups from kindergarten to grade 12 in basketball, cheerleading, lacrosse, soccer, softball, tennis and volleyball. Thursday Bay Days, Bayview Park, 68th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach (www.longbeachtownship. com) ReClam the Bay program, 10 am; water seining with Alliance for a Living Ocean, 11 am; recycling education and kayak demonstration, noon; stories by the bay with the NJ Maritime History Museum, 6:30 pm. All activities are free. Trip to Charleston & Savannah, Knights of Columbus Annunciation Council #3826 hosts the trip Sept. 22-28. Cost, $699, includes transportation, hotel accommodations, some meals, guided tours of the cities, a cruise and tour of Fort Sumter. Call Charles Serwin at 609-978-0970. Trip to Ireland, Knights of Columbus Annunciation Council #3826 hosts the trip, accompanied by Msgr. Ken Tuzeneu of St. Mary’s Parish, Oct. 11-20. Call Charles Serwin at 609-978-0970. Trip to Lake George & Saratoga Springs, The South Bay Seniors Assn. sponsors a trip Sept. 25-27 featuring a dinner show, tour, horse racing and more. Call Bruce Tuttle at 609-949-9499 or 908-403-2532.

Liquid Bliss Camps Offer Yogic Harmony

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ew on the summer activities list in Harvey Cedars will be Liquid Bliss Yoga Camps at Sunset Park, running from 9 a.m. to noon Monday through Wednesday. For ages 4 to 8, the programs are scheduled July 2 to 4, July 23 to 25, Aug. 6 to 8 and Aug. 27 to 29. For children ages 6 to 12, the camps run July 16 to 18 and Aug. 20 to 22. “Children will enjoy a nurturing and supportive camp environment, where they will learn to stretch and energize their bodies and minds,” said Ashley Quinn, Liquid Bliss founder. “Children will learn appreciation of their whole being through yoga, movement, art and music.” In addition, there will be two programs coordinated with the LBI Surf School on Saturday mornings from 7 to 10 for both children and adults. Yoga stand-up paddle sessions are planned for July 7, July 21, Aug. 11 and Aug. 25, while yoga surf classes are scheduled for June 30, July 14, July 28, Aug. 4 and Aug. 18. Both paddle and surf classes will be preceded and concluded with yoga sessions. “Yoga, as mirrored by the ocean, provides individuals with a cleansing, healing, inspiring and beautifully empowering form of exercise,” said Quinn. “It can create a wave so powerful, allowing individuals a glimpse of enlightenment.” For more information, call Quinn at 908477-0293, or the activities committee at 609361-7990 or log on to www.harveycedars. org. —E.E. Trip to Saratoga & Lake George, Deborah Hospital Foundation LBI Chapter sponsors a trip Oct. 16-18. Call Vince O’Mara at 609-660-7541. Tuesdays in the Township, Bayview Park, 68th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach (www.longbeachtownship.com) ReShell the Bay, 10 am; concert, 7 pm. All activities are free. Free parking is available.

Serving Dinner Thursday through Sunday at 5pm

Specializing in the Finest Local Fish, Aged Meats & Local Produce Served with a French Flair 1403 Long Beach Boulevard - Surf City • 609.361.7800 www.LassietteLBI.com • info@lassiettelbi.com


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Restaurant & Pub

true red, white & blue party!

HAPPY HOUR - AT THE BAR 1/2 Shells, Steamers, Wings $6 Doz. Bud & Coor’s Lite $3 Pint. Guinness & Harp $4 Pint Imported Bottle of the Day $3 Deb’s Martini of the Day $4

“Wine A Bit - You’ll Feel Better” Buy your favorite bottle in our package store & we’ll serve it to you in our dining room at the store price.... NO RESTAURANT MARK-UP!

16 oz. Slow Roasted Prime Rib $

1995... with choice of Soup of Day

or Salad (Not included with Early Bird Offer)

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MUSIC BY MOE GREEN EVERY SUN & TUES 9-11:45PM

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A Large Selection of Wine, Domestic & Import Bottles, Cans & 30 Packs

Coors Light 6 Pack $5.99 plus tax

Eat In, or Call Ahead for Take-Out

Nardi’s Sponsored by Coors Light

Coors Light 12 Pk Bottles $11.99 plus tax

Try Our Large Pizza $11.99

Chef

TAKE THE BUS

(609) 492-9538

BREAKFAST

CHEESESTEAKS

PANINI SANDWICH

HALF POUND CERTIFIED ANGUS BURGER

Baked Goods & Cereals

All served on a fresh Italian hoagie

Your choice of chicken parm, grilled chicken, cheesesteak, eggplant parm or veggie cheese 9.99 Portabella Pannini - Portabella mushroom, mozzarella, tomato, basil & balsamic 10.00

Served on a fresh Kaiser w/lettuce, tomato & onion 8.99 • w/cheese add 25¢ • bacon 75¢ • Add fries to any sandwich for 1.50 • Add onion rings or sweet potato fries for 2.00 Texas Burger - BBQ, cheddar & onion rings 10.99 Swiss Burger - Fried onions, mushrooms & swiss 9.99 Veggie Burger - Spinach, roasted red peppers & mozzarella 9.99

Bran MufÀn Corn MufÀn Blueberry MufÀn Oatmeal Toast Bagel Fruit Salad Cold Cereal English MufÀn 3 Egg Omelettes

2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 1.00 1.50 3.50 2.00 1.25 7.50 Eggs Any Style

Served with Homefries & Toast

Three Eggs Two Eggs One Egg

5.50 4.50 3.50 Breakfast Sandwiches

Served on White, Rye or Kaiser Roll • For a Bagel - add 50¢

Fried Egg & Cheese 3.99 Bacon, Egg & Cheese 4.99 Sausage, Egg & Cheese 4.99 Ham, Egg & Cheese 4.99 Pork Roll, Egg & Cheese 4.99 Fried Egg 3.50 Griddle Old Fashioned Pancakes (3) 5.50 (2) 5.00 Blueberry Pancakes (3) 6.50 (2) 6.00 Strawberry Pancakes (3) 6.50 (2) 6.00 Banana Pancakes (3) 6.50 (2) 6.00 Chocolate Chip Pancakes (3) 6.50 (2) 6.00 Corn Cakes (3) 6.50 (2) 6.00 French Toast (3) 5.99 (2) 5.50 Belgium WafÁes - Topped w/ fruit - 75¢ each choice 6.50 Specials Steak & Eggs - 6 oz. Steak w/ 3 eggs, homefries & biscuits 12.50 Famous Chipped Beef - Philly style - creamed beef on toast S.O.S. 8.50 Fisherman Special - 2 Eggs, 2 pancakes, choice of meat w/ homefries 9.99 Hash & Eggs - 3 Eggs over homemade corned beef hash & homefries 8.50 Vegetarian Wrap - Roasted red peppers, mushrooms, spinach, onion eggs & cheddar 8.50 Side Orders Bacon, Sausage, Pork Roll, Ham Slice, Scrapple or Corned Beef Hash 2.50 1 Egg or 1 Pancake or 1 Side of Homefries 1.50

11801 LONG BEACH BOULEVARD HAVEN BEACH, NEW JERSEY

Cheesesteak - Chopped steak w/ melted American cheese 8.99 Add lettuce, tomato & onion 9.50 Available w/ provolone or cheddar

Pizza Steak - Chopped steak topped w/ pizza sauce 9.50 & toasted w/ mozzarella Works Steak - Chopped steak w/ roasted peppers, fried 9.99 onions, mushrooms, marinara sauce & cheese Chicken Florentine Cheesesteak - Chopped chicken w/plum tomatoes, spinach, garlic & cheese 9.99 *add fries to any sandwich for just 1.50

All cheesesteaks can be substituted w/ chopped chicken at no additional charge. Add Extra cheese, mushrooms, hot sliced cherry peppers, roasted green peppers, pepperoni, lettuce, tomato, fr ied onions for extra 75¢.

PIZZA Toppings: 2.50 each - Half pie 1.50 Small Large Traditional Pie - Pizza sauce & mozzarella 9.99 11.99 White Pie - Olive oil, garlic & mozzarella 10.50 13.50 Tomato Pie - Plum tomato sauce, fresh basil & romano cheese 10.50 13.50

TRY A FAVORITE COMBO Add 3.00 - Small • Add 4.00 - Large

Chicken Cacciatore - Chicken, fresh mushrooms,

roasted green peppers & romano cheese on a tomato pie Vegetarian - Fresh mushrooms, broccoli & roasted red peppers on a white pie Buffalo Chicken - Hot sauce, chicken, mozzarella & a side of bleu cheese Hawaiian Pizza - Pizza sauce, mozzarella, pineapple & ham 13.50 BBQ Chicken - BBQ sauce, chicken, red onion, black olives & mozzarella Fra Diavolo - Cherry peppers, sausage, pizza sauce & mozzarella Four Cheese - Romano, mozzarella, provolone & fontina on a white pie Works Pie - Pepperoni, sausage, mushroom, peppers, onions & extra cheese

APPETIZERS Chicken Wings - w/ bleu cheese & celery

(10) for 9.99 (20) for 18.99

Choice of sauces: mild, hot, bbq, honey bbq or garlic & oil Fresh Mozzarella & Roasted Red Peppers - Garlic & olive oil Bruschetta Bread - Fresh diced tomatoes, basil, oil & garlic Mexican Quesadilla - Chicken, beef, shrimp or veggies served w/ sour cream & fresh salsa Jalapeno Poppers - Jammed with cheddar, served w/ marinara 3 Tacos - Choice of fish, beef, chicken or vegetables Fried Calamari - w/ marinara sauce Chicken Tenders - Lightly fried w/ honey mustard Buffalo Style Fish N Chips - Batter dipped, fried, served w/ slaw & tartar

Manhattan Clam Chowder or Soup du Jour Nardi’s Homemade Garlic Knots - w/ marinara Mini Chimichanga - Beef, black beans, corn hominy, w/ zesty sauce in a fried flour tortilla

French Fries Gravy Fries Cheese Fries - Cheddar or Mozzarella Sweet Potato Fries Steamed Mussels - Lightly simmered w/ marinara or garlic in white wine Potato Skins - Stuffed & baked w/ cheddar & broccoli or bacon & provolone Popcorn Shrimp - Fried golden served w/ fries & tangy cocktail Nachos - Loaded w/ chili, cheese, jalapenos, lettuce, tomato & sour cream Cheeseburger Sliders Mozzarella Sticks - Battered & fried served w/ marinara sauce Onion Rings Garlic Bread w/ mozzarella cheese Sampler - 3 ea. chicken wings, jalapenos jammed w/ cheddar, mozzarella sticks, 2 crispy chicken tenders & 6 onion rings. served w/ marinara & honey mustard

6.99 6.99 8.25 6.99 8.25 8.25 8.25 8.50 10.50 3.99 3.50 8.25 3.50 3.99 3.99 3.99 10.50 6.99 9.99 8.50 7.99 6.99 6.99 4.00 4.50 12.50

Primo Pesto - Pesto sauce, sundried tomatoes, romano & ricotta cheeses Nardi’s Special - Sausage, caramelized onions, ricotta & mozzarella Mediterranean - Feta, spinach, black olives, red onions on a tomato pie Margharita Pizza - Nardi’s special margharita sauce & mozzarella 13.50

CALZONE

*add grilled chicken, roasted turkey, tuna or chicken salad to either salad, just 2.00

Ricotta & mozzarella wrapped in dough topped w/ provolone, served w/ sauce Sm 9.99 Lg 11.99 extra topping 1.50

STROMBOLI Fresh dough stuffed w/ mozzarella, served w/ sauce Sm 9.99 Lg 11.99 extra topping 1.50

Chicken or Tuna Salad, Roast Turkey, Roast Beef or Ham & Cheese - w/ lettuce, tomato & onion

BLT - w/ lettuce, tomato, bacon & mayo

8.50 8.50

All parm sandwiches come toasted

Meatball Parmigiana 9.25 Grilled Vegetables - Fresh grilled mushrooms, garlic, eggplant, tomatoes, onions, roasted red & green peppers, topped w/ provolone cheese on a toasted roll 9.50 Chicken Parmigiana - Marinara & melted mozzarella 9.50 Eggplant Parm - Toasted w/ mozzarella 9.50 Sweet Italian Sausage - Marinara sauce, peppers & onions 8.99

Parmigiana Style Meatball - w/ sauce All sandwiches, steaks & hoagies can be wrapped - plain, whole wheat or spinach

9.25 8.99

KIDS KORNER

HOAGIES Served on an Italian long roll w/lettuce, tomato & onion. Please choose oil, vinegar or mayo.

Italian - Capicola, provolone, salami & pepper ham American - Danish ham, american cheese, genoa salami Turkey, Roast Beef, Ham, Tuna or Chicken Salad - w/ cheese Fried or Grilled Chicken - Your Choice Vegetarian - Roasted peppers, artichokes, sundried tomatoes & fresh mozzarella

DELI SANDWICHES White, wheat, rye or kaiser roll. Can be toasted. • w/cheese 75¢ • w/bacon 75¢ Chilled Turkey Reuben - Sliced turkey w/ russian dressing, swiss & cole slaw on rye 8.99 Club Sandwich - Triple decker w/ choice of ham, turkey, roast beef, bacon, tuna or chicken salad. w/ lettuce, tomato, bacon & mayo 9.50 Nardi’s Famous Reuben - Corned beef, swiss cheese, sauerkraut & russian dressing on grilled rye 9.50 Turkey Reuben - Grilled on rye w/ slaw or sauerkraut, swiss cheese & russian dressing 9.50

HOT SUBS

SALADS Freshly made w/ choice of Oil & Vinegar, Balsamic Vinaigrette, Russian, Creamy French, Bleu Cheese, Caesar, Ranch, Honey Mustard or Nardi’s House Dressing 0 House Salad - Fresh romaine, red onion, tomatoes & croutons 6.99 6.99 Caesar Salad - Fresh romaine, croutons & romano cheese tossed in our dressing Antipasto - Fresh mozzarella, kalamata olives, sundried tomatoes, artichokes, prosciutto, roasted peppers, genoa salami, served w/ balsamic vinaigrette 10.50 Caprese Salad - Fresh mozzarella, sliced ripe plum tomatoes, layered on a bed of greens w/ balsamic dressing 8.50 Greek Salad - Plum tomatoes, kalamata olives, red onions & romaine lettuce. Topped w/ balsamic vinaigrette 8.50 8.99 Chef’s Salad - Mixed greens, tomato, red onion, ham, turkey, provolone & boiled egg

Sm 12.99 • Lg 16.00

SANDWICH

California Grilled Chicken - Lettuce, tomato, onion & mayo 8.99 Grilled Buffalo Chicken - Grilled w/ tangy buffalo sauce 8.99 Hot Roast Beef - Served on a kaiser roll 8.99 Fried Flounder - On a roll w/lettuce, tomato & tartar sauce 8.99 Grilled Chicken - Served on a toasted kaiser roll w/ 8.99 roasted red peppers & provolone cheese Grilled Cheese w/Tomato - American, swiss or provolone 7.25 Add ham or turkey 7.99 Crab Cake Sandwich - Served on a kaiser roll w/ lettuce, tomato, tartar & cole slaw 11.99 Tuna Melt - Fresh tuna salad & melted swiss cheese on rye bread 8.99

9.50 9.50 8.99 9.50 9.50

4oz. Hamburger & Fries Chicken Fingers (2) & Fries Hot Dog & Fries Grilled Cheese & Fries

DESSERTS

5.50 5.50 5.00 5.00

Tiramisu, Dark Side of the Moon, Cannoli Cake or Key Lime Pie 4.50 each


Reading Buddies Kickoff, Little Egg Harbor Branch Ocean County Library, 290 Mathistown Rd. (609294-1197) Volunteers receive their schedules. 6 pm. THURSDAY-SATURDAY, JUNE 28-30 Book Sale, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) Thurs. & Fri., 9 am-4 pm; Sat., 9 am-noon.

SUNDAY, JULY 1 Independence Day Parade, Leaves 20th St. & Central Ave., Barnegat Light, 7 pm, continuing to the 10th Street ramp.

of Italy

A LITTLE BITE

EUROPEAN MARKET & RESTAURANT

NOW SERVING DINNER 5PM, 7 NIGHTS A WEEK OPEN FROM 9AM DAILY

609-361-0506 1419 LONG BEACH BLVD., SURF CITY, NJ 08008 WWW.ALITTLEBITEOFITALY.COM

WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR??? Come Sample p The Best,, Lip p Smacking g KEY LIME PIE! OUR KEY LIME PIE HAS WON TWO FIRST PLACE TROPHIES!! We h W have: Whole pies, by the slice frozen on a stick and dipped in Belgium Chocolate. They come in 3 Flavors: Original, Mango, Strawberry and an a nd there tth her ere iss a money ere mon ney ey back ba acck guarantee gu g uar aran ran ante nte tee e iff you’re you re not not satis¿ no ssa atis tis¿ ti s¿e ed. d. Also available, 35 Varieties of Crepes (Made to Order) YUMMY!!! Open 7 Days - 7 am til? We Deliver - 609-494-1136 660 LB Blvd., 6th St., Surf City (next to Surf City Pharmacy)

A Neighborhood Tavern Happy Hours 7 days a week Live entertainment on weekends 82nd St. & Long Beach Blvd. Brighton Beach, NJ 609-494-4731 www.kubels2.com

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THURSDAY, JUNE 28 Emily Eisemann Memorial Blood Drive, Manahawkin United Methodist Church, Fellowship Hall, 116 Stafford Ave. Most healthy people who weigh at least 110 pounds and are 17 or older are eligible to donate. Photo ID is required. Noon-6 pm. Appointments are preferred; call 800-GIVELIFE or visit www.redcrossblood.org. Family Reading Night, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) All ages are invited to choose a book and read together. 6:30-8:30 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Pieceful Shores Quilters Guild Meets, Mill Creek Community Center, 1199 Mill Creek Rd., Manahawkin. The program is a strawberry festival and a presentation by Quilting Possibilities. Guests and visiting quilters are always welcome. 7-9 pm. Call Elsa Chabala at 609-607-0991 or Mary Ann Bogaczyk at 609-597-4325.

SATURDAY, JUNE 30 Barbecue & Hoedown, Stafford Twp. Firehouse, 133 Stafford Ave., Manahawkin. The Ladies Auxiliary hosts the event. The Motts Creek Pickers entertain. 5-9 pm. Advance tickets only, $25, include food, beer truck and commemorative mug; call 609698-3041. Bazaar, 1st United Methodist Church, 134 North Green St., Tuckerton. Hand-made crafts, collectibles, baked goods, 18-inch doll clothes and accessories, food and more are offered. Food is available for takeout. 8:30 am-2 pm. Bazaar, Zion Lutheran Church, 18th St. & Central Ave., Barnegat Light (609-494-2890 or www.zionlbi. com) Plants, linens, crafts, lunch and much more are available. 9 am-1 pm. Black Maria Film & Video Festival, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609-494-1241 or www.lbifoundation.org) This international competition advocates, exhibits and rewards cutting-edge works from independent film and video makers. Donation, $7. 8 pm. Fossil Dig, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) Children ages 5 and older may dig for items such as shark teeth, sea urchin spines, bones and more, all up to 20 million years old. 3 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary. org. Old Into New: Recyclable Art, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609-494-1241 or www.lbifoundation.org) The class is designed for ages 6-11. Fees: member, $20; nonmember, $25. 10-11:30 am. Open Mike Competition for Ages 10-18, Waretown Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Main St. (609693-5133) The prize is a free professional digital recording at the Ocean County Recording Studio. 10 am. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Red Wine & Blues Festival, Tuckerton Seaport, 120 West Rte. 9 (609-296-8868 or www.tuckertonseaport. org) The day features a tasting of New Jersey wines plus live blues music by Gary & Billy’s Delta Duo, the Mojo Gypsys, James Day & the Fish Fry, and Dennis Gruenling with Jump Time. There is a traditional pie bake-off with home-cooked and professional categories; pies must be submitted by 4 pm. Coolers and pets are not permitted. Admission: member, $15; nonmember, $20; child, $5. 3-8 pm. Yard Sale, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Mathistown Rd. & Rte. 9, Little Egg Harbor. Both new and used items are offered. 9 am-2 pm.

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Vendors Wanted, Flea Market, Veterans Bicentennial Park, Beach Ave. between Engleside Ave. & Amber St., Beach Haven. The Beach Haven Community Arts Program sponsors the event June 16, 9 am-4 pm. Call Bev Mignella at 609-492-2253. Walking Tours of Historic Beach Haven, Meet at LBI Historical Museum, Engleside & Beach aves. (609-492-0700 or 609-492-3988) 10 am, weather permitting. Tickets: adult, $10; child, $2. Tuesday tours go north of the museum; Friday tours go south. Through Aug. 31. Wednesdays Jump in & Swim, Bayview Park, 68th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach (www.longbeachtownship.com) Free swim and guided swim training with Zoom 3 Training, 6 am. Yoga on the Beach, 80th St. beach, Harvey Cedars (201-248-0725) Classes are for ages 18 and older and all levels of expertise. Participants should bring a large towel or sheet as well as sunglasses and sunblock. Fees: drop-in, $18; 5 sessions, $80; 10 sessions, $128; 20 sessions, $214. A portion of the proceeds benefits the High Point Volunteer Fire Co. and the Harvey Cedars Lifeguard in Training program. Thurs.Sat., 8 am, June 28-Sept. 1. THROUGH JUNE 29 Food Drive, (609-607-9500, ext. 127) The Walters Group is collecting nonperishable food items and cash donations for the FoodBank of Monmouth/Ocean County. Checks should be made payable to FBMOC and can be mailed to Candyce Fleming, Walters Group, 500 Barnegat Blvd. North, Bldg. #100, Barnegat, NJ 08005 or dropped at the office; food items should be left in the crates in the lobby, 8 am-4:30 pm. THROUGH JULY 20 Craft Gallery, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609-494-1241 or www.lbifoundation.org) Contemporary, handmade crafts are offered for sale. THROUGH AUGUST 31 Summer Camp Programs for Ages 3-16, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609-494-1241 or www.lbifoundation. org) Nature studies, creative arts and crafts, marine biology and tennis are some of the offerings. Mon.Fri., 9 am-noon. WEDNESDAY-FRIDAY, JUNE 27-29 Book Sale, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) Books, CDs, DVDs and more are offered. 10 am-4:30 pm.

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FRIDAY, JUNE 29 Campfire, Barnegat Lighthouse State Park, Broadway, Barnegat Light (609-494-9196) Attendees should bring blankets or beach chairs, plus marshmallows and sticks if desired. The lighthouse is open. Limited beach wheelchair access is available with 48-hour advance notice. Admission, free; first come, first served. 7-9:30 pm.


Open for Lunch and Dinner 7 Days A Week Happy Hour Daily 4-7 at the bar Live Entertainment

Starts June 21st!

Serving Lunch and Dinner Every Day

Thurs: Ted Hammock(9-1) Fri: Dan Barrone (10-1:30) Sat: The Return of The Danksters!! (10-1:30)

www.plantationrestaurant.com 609.494.8191 info@plantationrestaurant.com Follow Us on Facebook for upcoming Specials & Events 80th St. Harvey Cedars, NJ

Thin Crust Pizza Salmon Oscar Veal Saltimbocca Fresh Scallops Fresh Tuna

Italian Specialties at the Beach

Homemade Ice Cream Fried Calamari Black Angus - Ribeye Steaks Chocolate Souflee Creme Brulee

Where the Owner is the Chef!!

609.494.4343

357 West 8th St. Ship Bottom (Causeway) Catering Available - njtrays.com Take Out

Open Daily @ 5pm • Closed Wednesday 7/4

www.laspiaggialbi.com

Early Dining Special Mon, Tues, & Thurs 5-6pm 3 courses starting at

$16.95

Reservations Recommended Major Credit Cards Accepted

SUBBOGIES Surf City Grill Family Owned Since 1985 Voted Best Cheesesteaks and Hoagies

512 N. Long Beach Blvd., Surf City (across from Surf City 5&10)

609-494-0033 www.subbogies.com

MONDAY-WEDNESDAY, JULY 2-4 Liquid Bliss Yoga Camp for Kids Ages 4-8, Sunset Park, West Salem Ave., Harvey Cedars (908-4770293 or liquidblissyoga@gmailcom) Children will gain appreciation for the whole being through yoga, movement, art and music. 9-11:30 am. Call or e-mail for registration and information. MONDAY-THURSDAY, JULY 2-5 & 9-12 Van Grow Art Instruction Camp, Sunset Park, West Salem Ave., Harvey Cedars (973-541-1939 or vincentvangrow@yahoo.com) Children will experience drawing, painting, sculpture, fabric art and more. 9-11:30 am. Call or e-mail for registration forms and information. MONDAY-FRIDAY, JULY 2-6 Baseball Camp, Sunset Park, West Salem Ave., Harvey Cedars. The instructional clinic is conducted by Bobby Woods for ages 7-12. 9 am-noon. For registration and information, call 609-927-1833. JULY 2, 11, 17 & 30 Teen Horror Movies, Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-5973381) The films are rated PG-13. 1 pm. TUESDAY, JULY 3 Creature Features: Festival of Fishes, Jacques Cousteau Coastal Education Center, 130 Great Bay Blvd., Tuckerton (609-812-0649, ext. 206, or www. marine.rutgers.edu/cousteau) The program is for children entering 1st through 5th grade. 9:30-11 am. Call to register. Drop-in Craft: the Stars & Stripes, Waretown Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Main St. (609693-5133) The activity is for children of all ages. 1-4 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Lighthouse Full-Moon Climb, Barnegat Lighthouse State Park, Broadway, Barnegat Light (609-494-9196) 7-9:30 pm. Full Moon Manifesting Meditation & Salutation, 26th St. beach, Spray Beach (609-492-4906) Donation only. 7:30 pm. TUESDAYS, JULY 3-31 Movies @ the Library, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) 6:30 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. WEDNESDAY, JULY 4 Bed & Breakfast Walking Tour of Beach Haven, Meet at LBI Historical Museum, Engleside & Beach aves. 10 am. Tickets: adult, $10; child, $2. To reserve, call 609-492-3988 or 609-492-0770. THURSDAY, JULY 5 “Bag It,” LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609-494-1241 or www.lbifoundation.org) The movie explores our world of single-use plastic bags and myriad other plastics. Admission, free; all ages are welcome. 7 pm.

40th Anniversary Luau at St. Francis

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t. Francis Community Center is continuing its 40th anniversary celebration with a July 14 luau on the bay. The event runs from 5 to 8:30 p.m. behind the center, at 4700 Long Beach Blvd. in Brant Beach. In the case of rain, the luau will be moved indoors. Tickets are currently on sale at the facility’s front desk; the price is $50 if purchased through July 7, or $60 if purchased later. St. Francis Communication Coordinator Lori Dudek explained, “The Aloha Hula Show Band will perform tropical-island music while hula dancers entertain you with an exciting Hawaiian dance show filled with lots of audience participation. “Beach Haven Catering,” she added, “is supplying hors d’oeuvres, roast pig with a pineapple barbecue sauce, cole slaw, gourmet macaroni and cheese and a tossed summer salad. Spirits will be included.” The event will also feature a raw clam bar supplied by Bay Shellfish Restoration Program and ReClam the Bay. As Dudek pointed out, St. Francis Community Center has been a clam nursery site for the past six years. As she also noted, the anniversary luau will be the first opportunity to purchase raffle tickets to win a $5,000 travel gift certificate redeemable at Home Town Travel in Manahawkin. The $25 tickets – of which only 1,000 will be sold – will then be available for purchase at the center’s front desk beginning July 15. The drawing will be held at 9 p.m. on Sept. 28, at the 40th anniversary Gala at the Sea Shell Club & Resort in Beach Haven. The winner does not need be present. “While enjoying the luau,” said Dudek, attendees may also “stroll down memory lane with a picture presentation called ‘Then and Now.’ Glimpse how the center has evolved from the opening in 1972 to today’s diverse programs and activities. Explore St. Francis Center’s rich community history by browsing through scrapbooks capturing memories throughout the years.” St. Francis Community Center is a multipurpose community center serving residents of Ocean County. “The 40th anniversary of the St. Francis Center is a testament to the friars and the community leaders who envisioned a way to meet the temporal needs of all the people of the surrounding community," said Fr. Steve Kluge, OFM, pastor of St. Francis Parish. “The St. Francis Center continues to be, and will always be, a place where all are welcome.” All proceeds from the luau benefit the many programs provided by St. Francis Community Center. For more information, visit stfranciscenterlbi.org or call 609-494-8861. —J.K.-H.

• consistent • great food • porch seating • take out • consistent • great food • year

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beach house restaurant early dining half off second entree seated by 5:30 pm reservations accepted 609 492 1997

Dinner

Daily at 5pm Reservations Accepted

Breakfast

Sat & Sun at 8am 131st street on the boulevard beach haven terrace www.thebeachhouselbi.com

after year • take out • consistent • great food

Breakfast and Lunch Full Hot and Cold Menu Eat In or Take Out Open 7:30am til 3pm

SUNDAYS, JULY 1-29 Free Customer Workshops, The Home Depot, 197 Rte. 72 West, Manahawkin. Closet and storage organization, 1-2:30 pm. MONDAY, JULY 2 Book Discussion, Little Egg Harbor Branch Ocean County Library, 290 Mathistown Rd. (609-294-1197) The subject is Still Alice by Lisa Genova. 2 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Historical Talk: the Shark Attacks of 1916, LBI Historical Museum, Engleside & Beach aves., Beach Haven. Trish Shuster presents the program, also explaining why sharks are not what we believe and need our help. 7:30 pm. The museum is air-conditioned. Admission, free; donations appreciated. Make an Owl Mask, Waretown Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Main St. (609-693-5133) The activity is for ages 5-10. 7 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Make Smoothies with Amy, Tuckerton Branch Ocean County Library, 380 Bay Ave. (609-296-1470) Kids ages 8-16 and their parents are invited. 1 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org.

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A DINING TRADITION AT THE JERSEY SHORE

NOW IN OUR 73RD YEAR ON LBI

ENTERTAINMENT and DANCING

Burgers • Pizza • Pasta • Wraps • Wings • Sandwiches • Salads Skins • Soups • Fresh Seafood Specials • Daily Blackboard Special

Black Angus Certified "Choice" Steaks

8 YEARS ENTERED - 8 YEARS WON

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Kids Eat Free!

One Per Paying Adult Thurs. & Fri. 5pm on

609-494-8848

All Major Credit Cards • Sunday Brunch

Every Friday Our Fabulous Seafood & Land Buffet

Lunch • Dinner • Late Night - Great Food... Great Prices

Award winning pints & quarts & Bread Bowls available to go.

13TH & Boulevard • Ship Bottom

Open Daily at 3:30pm • Sunday from 9:30am

Now Serving in Our Bar & Dining Room New "Pub Style" Casual Dining Menu

LBI CHOWDERFEST WINNER

Year

Live Music

Sunday Champagne Breakfast and Lunch Buffet Scrambled Eggs • Omelettes • Eggs Benedict • Ham • Bacon • Sausage • Cream Chipped Beef Home Fries • French Toast • Waffles • Cheese Blintzes • Fresh Fruit • Coffee or Tea • Tomato Juice Orange Juice • Seafood Crepes • Carving Station with Roasted Beef • Chicken Pasta • Seafood Shrimp Dessert Table Desserts • and More • Specially Priced Drinks $2.50 Mimosas • Bloody Marys • Screwdrivers

Sunday Lunch Menu Available from 11:30

Live Music

Sunday • Ted Hammock • 4-8pm

Weird Al Karaoke “THE BEST KARAOKE” Friday 8pm - 12am Saturday 8pm-12am

of Manahawkin Now Daily at The Gateway

Every Tuesday “Jammin Janice”

Featuring All Your Favorites

Thursday June 28th Dan Brown • 8pm-Midnight

Sushi • Lunch & Dinner

Fri. Joey D’s Doo Wop Party • Sat. Rockin Renee • Sun. Irish Man “Mike Byrne” Fri., Sat., Mon., Tues., & Wed. Piano Man “George Abbot”

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For your Pleasure

Not Available on Sat. or Holidays

Daily Happier Hour

www.gatewayLBI.com • 15 Plasma Hi-Def TV's Happy Hour Monday - Friday 3-6pm • Food & Drink Specials

Every Day 4-7pm • All Drinks at Reduced Prices Special Food Menu • 20 Items Starting at $149 4th og July Frozen Daiquiris & Margarita Drink Speicals Newly Expanded Food Menu • Excluding Holidays

Outbound Circle • Ship Bottom 494-1661 • 494-2816

Open 7 Days Banquet Room Book Your Party with Us. Check Us Out Online.

Bar & Restaurant • Banquets

“The best kept secret by the Bay”

1000 S Green St (Rt539), Tuckerton

609-294-3600

Open Daily Lunch & Dinner

TUCK’D AWAY Raw Bar

U-peel Shrimp, Steamers & more! $1 beers with Purchase of Lunch Specials on the Deck 11-3 Drink Specials & Late Fare now available Happy Hour 11:30 - 7 Every Day

Weekend Entertainment Friday, June 29th - Motts Creek Pickers Saturday, June 30th - Go Get Gone Don’t know where to go? Come across the bay to the Tuckerton Beach Grille for awesome food, spirits and entertainment! Free docking available at Sheltered Cove Marina. 609-296-9400

New Super Tuesdays Authentic Mexican Food $3.00 Coronas, Modelos, Dos Equis $4.50 Margaritas

the bistro

simple, generous, delicious food warm, friendly, casual atmosphere laughter, conversation, good times with friends both old & new

Join Us 4th of July Serving Dinner Starting 4:30pm.

Choose From Our Weekly Specials, Enjoy Dinner With Us And Then Watch The Fireworks Over The Bay!

The Island’s greatest selection of East & West coast oysters! Best of the Shore, Philadelphia Magazine

OPEN DAILY FOR LUNCH & DINNER ¶ SUNSETS DAILY ¶RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED ¶CATERING FOR ANY REASON ¶ SPECIALIZING IN REHEARSAL DINNERS, WEDDINGS, SHOWERS AND BRUNCHES

609-492-6100

2nd Floor Bay Village ¶9th Street and Bay ¶Beach Haven

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Cook? Are you CRAZY?! We’re on vacation! We’re getting takeout from...

The Lobster Claw Sixteen years in Surf City...A lifetime on Long Beach Island STARTERS (cocktail, tartar, chipotle aioli, sweet chili, texas petal, or gull sauce)

Hush Puppies sweet onion batter, one dozen… ...................................... $4.95 Crunchy Crab Bites seven rich bite-size crab cake rounds ................................................................................................. $9.50 Clam Strips dusted with cornmeal .......................................................... $7.95 Beer Battered Onion Rings with texas petal ....................................... $10.95 Mozzarella Sticks six sticks with our homemade sweet, garlicky marinara................................................................................. $6.50 Calamari lightly dusted and fried ............................................................ $9.95 Chicken Tenders bbq or honey mustard ................................................. $6.95 Fried Cheeseburger Ravioli classic American flavor with a twist ..................................................................................................... $6.95 Mac & Cheese Bites crunchy comfort food ............................................. $6.95 SHELLS Shrimp Cocktail six sweet large shrimp, served on ice with lemon and cocktail sauce ....................................................................... 6.95 Clams on the Half-Shell six local topnecks with cocktail sauce and lemon 6…$5.95 12 ............................................................................................... $9.95 Shrimp in the ‘Ruff one lb. sweet, steamed and chilled u-peel shrimp with cocktail and lemon .............................................. $16.95 Clams Casino freshly chopped peppers, onion & mozzarella cheese .................................................................................................. $9.95 Mussels white wine and garlic or marinara ............................................. $9.95 Littlenecks one dozen small local clams, plain or garlic .................................................................................................... $8.95 Steamed Ipswich Clams yes, these are the clams with the “tails” ................................................................................................... $9.95 SOUP New England white and creamy cup…$4.00 pint…$7.50 quart…$12.95 Manhattan red and robust cup…$3.50 pint…$6.95 quart…$11.95 Lobster Bisque smooth and rich cup…$5.00 pint…$7.95 quart…$14.95 SALAD (creamy apple cider vinaigrette, bleu cheese, ranch, honey mustard, lime vinaigrette, creamy italian, caesar, oil and balsamic vinegar) House trio of mixed lettuce with cherry tomatoes and cucumber ............................................................................................. $3.95 Caesar crisp romaine, garlic croutons, shredded parmesan ............................................................................................. $8.95 add grilled chicken ............................................................................. $11.95 add tuna, swordfish or chilled shrimp ............................................... $14.95 SANDWICHES (Served with lettuce, tomato, Boardwalk Fries, and Claw slaw on your choice of brioche roll or whole wheat wrap) Lobster salad $15.95 .................................................Shrimp salad…$11.95 Cheeseburger .......................................................................................... $7.95 Pan-seared or fried crabcake ................................................................. $10.95 Fried flounder $9.95 ...............................................Grilled chicken…$7.95 Clam strip po boy $7.95 .................................. Corona-battered cod…$8.95 Bbq salmon $10.95....................................................... Fried soft shell…MP Crispy TY-dal cake our original fried lobster cake.................................. $9.95 Grilled tuna or swordfish with cool cucumber wasabi sauce .................................................................................................. $11.95 THE CLASSICS Local Flounder two fillets, fried or broiled............................................ $17.95 Shrimp ten large butterfly shrimp, fried or broiled ................................ $17.95 Barnegat Light Scallops large and sweet, fried or broiled ................................................................................................ $19.95 Soft Shell Crabs two softies, sautéed or fried ............................................. MP Combo flounder, scallops, shrimp, & crab cake, fried or broiled...................................................................................................... $22.95 Lobster Cakes fried or broiled............................................................... $19.95 Crab Cake original recipe, fried or pan-seared........................................ $21.95 Creamy Lemon & Dill Salmon rich and tart ...................................... $17.95 Barnegat Bay Whole Fried Clams one dozen .................................... $15.95

Hot & Spicy Shrimp or Scallops a little heat and a little sweet .................................................................................................. $20.95 Flounder Stuffed with Crabmeat ...................................................... $21.95 Shrimp Stuffed with Crabmeat ......................................................... $21.95 Fried Oysters hand-breaded just before frying ...................................... $17.95 Crunchy Clam Strips cornmeal-coated ................................................ $11.95 Coconut Shrimp served with fruit dipping sauce .................................. $18.95 Corona Battered Cod the new Fish & Chips!......................................... $14.95 Grilled or Blackened: Sword, Salmon, Tuna, Catch of the Day ........................................................................................................... MP LOBSTER & HOUSE SPECIALTIES Lobster Twin the original! Two 1 1/4-lb. firm, sweet Maine lobsters steamed, cracked, and served with drawn butter ................................................................................................. $31.95 Surf & Turf two 6oz. tails with 8oz. filet mignon................................... $35.95 French Fried Lobster two 6oz. tails split and breaded just before frying ....................................................................................... $29.95 Steamed Lobster Tails two 6oz. tails simply steamed .............................................................................................. $29.95 Lobster per pound.....................................................................M.P. CLUCK, MOO ½ of a Roasted or BBQ Chicken if you’re just not feelin’ fishy ................................................................................................... $12.95 Honey-Dipped Fried Chicken ............................................................. $13.95 Looch’s Chicken Tenders 5 large tasty tenders ................................... $13.95 Baby Back Ribs one full rack of sweet ribs ........................................... $21.00 12oz. Rastelli New York Strip Steak ...........................................$22.95 8oz. Rastelli Grilled Filet Mignon ..............................................$23.95 PASTA FAVORITES (Served over penne or linguini) ALFREDO shrimp or scallops…19.95 chicken ...................................... $15.95 MARINARA shrimp or scallops…$19.95, mussels ................................ $16.95 SCAMPI shrimp or scallops .................................................................... $19.95 RED or WHITE clam sauce ................................................................... $15.95 CRAB TOSS jumbo lump crab in garlic basil cream sauce .................................................................................................. $21.95 PARMIGIANA Flounder, shrimp, or scallop ......................................... $19.95 Spaghetti & Meatballs ........................................................................ $11.95 SIDES Boardwalk Fries ..................................................................................... $3.95 Fresh Vegetable of the Day .............................................................................$2.95 Claw Slaw................................................................................................. $1.95 La-La’s Smashers ................................................................................... $3.95 Sweet Potato Fries ................................................................................. $4.95 Ear of Corn (when available)................................................................... $1.95

COMPANY’S COMING! dinners for four #1. 4 fillets of flounder #2. 16 pc. honey dipped 1lb. clam strips fried chicken 12 butterfly shrimp x1 boardwalk fries X1 boardwalk fries 1lb. claw slaw 1lb. claw slaw $36.95 #4. 4 1 ¼ lb. lobster $54.95 1lb. chilled shrimp #3. 20 butterfly shrimp 4lbs. steamed mussels & clams x1 boardwalk fries x1 boardwalk fries 1lb. claw slaw 1lb. claw slaw $39.95 $98.95 BUCKETS

Shrimp 1 lb…$18.95 ...................................................................Scallops 2 lbs...$48.95 French Fried Lobster 2 lbs…$72.95 ....................................... Flounder 2lbs...$39.95 Clam Strips 2 lbs…$23.95 .........................................Chicken Tenders 16 pc...$34.95 Ribs 4lbs…$64.95 ..................................................Boardwalk Fries xl serving...$8.95 Onion Rings 2lbs…$10.95 ................................Sweet Potato Fries xl serving...$9.95 All buckets are prepared fried

3 N. Long Beach Blvd. Surf City Just over the bridge and turn left Call ahead for takeout or reservations in the dining room 494-0400

Block the Sun, Not the Fun, Tuckerton Branch Ocean County Library, 380 Bay Ave. (609-296-1470) The program about skin cancer awareness is for ages 6 and older. 11 am. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Gaming Fun, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) The drop-in activity is for ages 7 and older for board games, cards and Wii. 3 pm. Mario Kart Tournament for Ages 10-18, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609698-3331) 3 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Sand Sculpting Contest, 25th St. ocean beach, Barnegat Light (609-494-9196) The event is for amateurs only. Judging, 2 pm. Teen Advisory Board Meets, Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-597-3381) Teens in grades 7-12 discuss ideas and plan programs for teens. 6 pm. Wine & Cheese Booksigning Party, NJ Maritime History Museum, 528 Dock Rd., Beach Haven (609-4920202 or www.MuseumofNJMH.com) Authors Gretchen Coyle and Deb Whitcraft celebrate publication of Inferno at Sea, published by Down The Shore Publishing. THURSDAYS, JULY 5-26 Reading Buddies, Waretown Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Main St. (609-693-5133) Children entering grades 1-4 may read with the encouragement of a teen reading buddy. 2 pm. Registration deadline, July 3; call or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. FRIDAY, JULY 6 Barnegat Bay Day & Go Green Expo, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609-494-1241 or www.lbifoundation.org) Face painting, T-shirt printing, terrapin races, alternative energy demonstrations and much more promote eco-friendly living. Admission, free. Noon-4 pm. SATURDAY, JULY 7 Craft Day by the Bay, Sunset Park, West Salem Ave., Harvey Cedars. More than 100 crafters are expected. The Barnegat Light First Aid Squad provides food. Admission & parking, free. 10 am-4 pm. Dichroic Glass Pendants, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609494-1241 or www.lbifoundation.org) Fees: member, $35; nonmember, $45; materials, $25. 10 am-noon. Foul Shooting Contest for Kids, Richard A. Zachariae Field, Division St. & Barnegat Ave., Surf City. Girls and boys through age 18 are welcome. There are mini hops for ages 6 and younger. 10 am. Introductory Chess, Little Egg Harbor Branch Ocean County Library, 290 Mathistown Rd. (609294-1197) Children 7 and older as well as any interested adults, siblings and caregivers are welcome. Chess players with any experience are invited to help. 1st Sat. of each month, 11 am-1 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Safe Boating Class, Mill Creek Community Center, 1199 Mill Creek Rd., Manahawkin. US Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 74 sponsors the class for state certification, required of all powerboaters, and all PWC operators older than 15. Each successful student receives a state safe boating certificate the day of the class. Fee, $50, includes books and materials. 8:30 am-5 pm. Contact Edna Winans at 609-304-3403 or ewinans@verizon.net, or Bill Smith at 609-618-7752 or williamxsmith@comcast.net. SUNDAY, JULY 8 Pancake Breakfast, Surf City Firehouse, 713 Long Beach Blvd., Surf City. The menu includes sausage, coffee, tea, orange juice, milk and hot chocolate. Cost: adult, $8.50; child younger than 10, $4.50. Items including gourmet dog treats, pet toys, company T-shirts, cookbooks and more are available for sale. 8 am-noon.

WEDDINGS • EVENTS • PARTIES BACKYARD LOBSTER BAKES

B Beach H Haven Catering Co. 609-661-4603

www.beachhavencatering.com

Proud Member of Stefanos Restaurant Group


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take out restaurant and fresh seafood market by best ff voterdown sta ou

chowda

cup...$3.95 pint...$6.95 quart...$12.95 (new england) (manhattan)

the white stuff the red stuff rockin’ lobster bisque

salads

greens topped with one of our homemade seafood salads shrimp salad...$13.95 neptune salad...$9.95

hail caesars

romaine, red onion, romano, croutons and a side of our caesar dressing grilled jumbo shrimp...$14.95 blackened tuna...$12.95 grilled chicken...$9.95

garden side salad...$4.95 bucket...$6.95 dressings include: bleu cheese, 1000 island, italian, ranch & fat free raspberry vinaigrette

sandwiches

served with lettuce, tomato, pickle and a choice of coleslaw, fries, ear of corn, sweet potato or baked potato crispy cape codwich...$8.95 flounder sandwich...$9.95 crab cake sandwich...$10.95

tuna steak blackened salmon with a side of creamy bleu cheese...$9.95 seafood salads blackened or grilled...$10.95

shrimp salad...$12.95 or neptune...$8.95

grilled chicken served with bbq, ranch or honey dijon...$7.95 big ol’ burger...$7.95

appetizers pinky shrimp’s cocktail

jumbo shrimp with lemon and cocktail sauce 6 piece...$9.95 12 piece...$18.95

clams on the 1 /2 shell 6 piece...$5.95 12 piece...$10.95

steamed little neck clams 12 piece...$9.95 24 piece...$18.95

stuffed mushrooms

with our lump crab filling...$9.95

clams casino

topped with toasted romano cheese...$895

fried calamari

with spicy marinara sauce...$9.95

steamed mussels with lemon and butter...$8.95 marinara and romano...$9.95 garlic wine...$9.95 mozzarella sticks...$5.95 onion rings...$5.95

chicken tenders

bbq sauce, ranch or honey mustard...$7.95 crispy fries...$4.95

open ! 7 days

609-492-0706

entrees

pinky’s eclectic selections

served with a tossed garden salad, a side of our house italian dressing and a fresh bakery roll

shrimp and scallop supreme saucy shrimp alfredo sauteed shrimp smothered in our cheesy alfredo, served over linguine...$18.95 mighty mussels plump mussels in marinara sauce served over linguine, topped with romano...$16.95 jammin’ jambalaya shrimp, chicken and sausage in a piquant mojo of peppers, tomato and rice...$18.95 crescent city seafood creole shrimp, scallops and salmon in a creole tomato sauce over rice...$19.95 pinky’s wicked shrimp shrimp in a cajun beurre noir served over rice with an ear of corn...$20.95 fiesta fajitas shrimp, peppers and onion with lime and tequila, flour tortillas, salsa, sour cream...$18.95 scrumptious scampi shrimp and garlic sauteed in olive oil, with brandy and tomato over linguine...$18.95 fiery fish tacos blackened yellowfin tuna on black bean chili rice, flour tortillas and all the trimmin’s...$18.95 catfish new orleans pan seared topped with shrimp and a cajun butter sauce over rice...$17.95 frankie’s famous fish kebabs grilled skewers of tuna, swordfish and vegetables served atop rice...$18.95 over stuffed sole flatfish wrapped around lump crab filling with a lemon dill beurre blanc atop rice...$20.95 captain dan’s daily catch zucchini and fresh tomato in a light clam sauce over linguine, topped with romano...$19.95

the freshest fish from our market flame grilled, broiled or blackened...$market price

super suppers choose 2 sides from: fries, corn, baked potato, baked sweet potato, applesauce, coleslaw

super shrimp supper caribbean coconut shrimp coconut crusted shrimp served with our secret dipping sauce...$18.95 sublime sea scallop supper tender local sea scallops fried or broiled...$20.95 succulent shrimp & scallop supper a combination of our famous shrimp with local scallops fried or broiled...$19.95 mongo combo shrimp, scallops, flounder and one of our big crab cakes, fried or broiled...$22.95 crispy clam strip supper a slew of slivered clams fried to a golden brown...$11.95 cape codder fish n chips cod in a crispy crust with a heaping helping of fries and slaw for sides...$16.95 i’m craving crab cakes a plump pair of pinky’s humongous hcrab cakes with tartar, fried or broiled...$20.95 fantastic flounder atlantic flat fish breaded and fried or broiled pinky style...$17.95 oo la la lobster 1 pound+ lobsters steamed to perfection; with 1 lobster or 2 lobsters...$market price long beach lobster bake whole lobster with clams and mussels; with 1 lobster or 2 lobsters...$market price twin tails two 6oz. lobster posteriors broiled with lemon and butter...$market price steamed snow crab clusters favorite flaky shellfish served with a side of drawn butter and lemon...$market price alaskan king crab 1 pound+ of luscious crustacean...$market price because yer chicken! half chicken fried southern style or charbroiled in our spicy bbq sauce...$11.95 because yer chicken n ribs! half chicken fried southern style or charbroiled, with our baby back ribs...$16.95 the big ol’ rack 1 dozen, breaded and fried or broiled in lemon, white wine and butter...$18.95

full slab of baby back ribs flame broiled in our spicy bbq sauce...$20.95

10 AM - 9 PM

a-la-carte

shrimp fried or broiled $16.95/doz coconut shrimp $16.95/doz fried crab cakes $8.95/each scallops 1 pound fried or broiled $22.95 clam strips $10.95/ lb snow crab $market price king crab $market price flounder 1 pound fried or broiled $16.95 baby back ribs $19.95/rack half chicken fried or charbroiled $9.95 chicken tenders $14.95/doz mozzarella sticks $10.95/doz bucket of onion rings $9.95 bucket of fries $7.95

family feasts the works! $89.95

12 fried shrimp, 1 lb. of fried scallops, 4 crab cakes, 1 lb. of fried flounder, 1 pound of clam strips, bucket of fries and 1 pint of coleslaw! lemon, cocktail and tartar sauce

lobster mania! $109.95 4 whole lobsters, 4 lbs. of mussels, 4 doz. steamed clams, 4 ears of corn, 4 baked potatoes and pint of coleslaw! comes with lemon and drawn butter

totally tails! $139.95

eight 6 oz. lobster tails, 4 lbs. of mussels, 4 doz. steamed clams, 4 ears of corn, 4 baked potatoes and pint of coleslaw! comes with lemon and drawn butter

kid stuff

all except pasta come with 1 side choice: fries, baked potato, cole slaw, corn, sweet potato or applesauce lil’ shrimper 6 fried shrimp...$9.95 coco loco 6 coconut shrimp...$9.95 chicken little 3 chicken tenders...$5.95 krispy kodder...$8.95 capt’n clam...$6.95 lingooni ’n sauce and a roll...$4.95

please be aware that the consumption of raw or undercooked, meat, poultry, seafood or shellfish significantly increases your risk of contracting a food borne illness. furthermore, we’d also like to take this moment to remind you that: a) consuming alcohol significantly increases your risk of getting drunk, and b) that walking upright significantly increases your risk of falling down especially if following proposition “a”. for more information please visit the centers for disease control and prevention at: www.cdc.gov. thank you and be safe!

83 rd street & the blvd. beach haven crest, new jersey 08008 609-492-0706 www.lobzilla.com

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WEDNESDAY NIGHT DINNER SPECIAL Buy 1 Entree Get 2nd For ½ Price Weekend Seafood Specials Bring the Whole Family!

(of equal or lesser value)

Six-Time Winner

Served from 5:00pm - 6:30 pm. Each Prepared in Four Fashions.

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“BEST BREAKFAST ON LBI” Breakfast Special Mon - Fri: 7am to 8am 2 Eggs 2 Pancakes 2 Strips of Bacon or Sausage Links With Coupon Good Thru 08/31/12

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Limit One Per Customer Cannot Be Combined With Any Other Offer

Expires 07/1/12

Open Mon. thru Fri. 10am to 10pm for Lunch & Dinner Saturday & Sunday Breakfast 7am - 12pm Lunch & Dinner 12pm - 10pm

Serving Breakfast 7 Days from 7am

$2.22

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657 E. Bay Ave. Manahawkin

(609) 492-2514

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Happy Hour 3-6pm 1/2 Price Drinks & Apps CRAB SHACK

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7 Steam Pots Full of Lobster, Crab Shrimp, Clams and Mussels

Plus Fresh Seafood

Lobster • Scallops • Flounder Oysters • Clams Crabs-Dungeness • Snow • Soft Shell Blackened Grouper • Snapper Matecumbe Crabcakes • Conch Fritters

PLUS Slow Cooked BBQ Ribs Great Sandwiches • Best Burgers on LBI

“Late Night Snack Attack” Serving food till 1am!

ENTERTAINMENT Friday, June 29

Mike Mallet

Saturday, June 30

Erin Cook

Sunday, July 1

The Pickles

ts Party Star at 10pm

Fred Conley

Saturday, July 7

Ted Hammock Sunday, July 8

Dance Party w/ DJ Mike NO COVER

ALL Menu Items Available For Curbside Take-Out • Visit Us on Facebook • Full Menu Online www.TerraceTavernLBI.com

132nd & The Blvd., Beach Haven Terrace • 609-492-9751

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eborah C. Whitcraft and Gretchen Coyle will mark the release of their book, Inferno at Sea: Stories of Death and Survival Aboard the Morro Castle, with a wine and cheese book signing reception on Thursday, July 5, from 3 to 6 p.m. at the New Jersey Maritime Museum in Beach Haven. David Lloyd of Island Catering and Pearl Street Market will be catering. Copies of the book, published by Down The Shore Publishing, will be available for purchase. Admission is free, but donations to the museum are suggested. Christened in 1930, the Morro Castle was a luxury cruise ship that made runs between New York City and Havana, Cuba. In the early morning hours of Sept. 8, 1934, the cruise ship caught fire and burned, killing 137 passengers and crew members. The ship eventually ran aground off Asbury Park. “There have been books and accounts about the shipwreck, but we also wanted to take a different approach and write about it not only from the American point of view, but from the Cuban perspective,” said Whitcraft, museum founder and curator. “That is why in doing research for our book, Gretchen and I spent some time in Cuba interviewing relatives of people who had been on the ship.” “It was human nature at its best and at its worst,” said Coyle, a museum docent. “There were many people who were heroes and many who were cowards. Some people just pushed others out of the way, and others wanted to help. Americans were helping Cubans, and Cubans were helping Americans. Deb and I are the first to really explore it more from the human side.” Coyle said the ship had run into a northeast storm. “During that time it was set afire,” she said. “The strong winds made the flames spread so fast. It was a horror show. Some people got on lifeboats that didn’t work. The fire drove many to the back of the ship. Some thought they were jumping to safety, but instead were killed when they got cut up by the propellers.” For more information, call the museum at 609-492-0202. —E.E.

Friday, July 6

The BEST Cocktails on LBI - Home of the “Bob Marley” and “Rum Runner” $ 3 Miller High Life on Tap ~ anytime, anyday! Lunch, Dinner, Late Nite • www.TerraceTavernLBI.com

‘Inferno at Sea’ Release Party

Wally Mitchell’s Celebrating Our 34th Season

Breakfast & Lunch All Your Favorites Are Back • Cliff’s Famous Reubens • Omelettes • Pancakes • Shakes and Much More Open Daily at 7am 712 LONG BEACH BLVD., SURF CITY, NJ (BETWEEN 7TH & 8TH STREET)

609-494-1667

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Lobster or Crab Feast Monday & Tuesday Nights

FEATURING

1 lb. Main Lobster or 1lb. Alaskan Snow Crab, Manhattan Clam Chowder, Corn on the Cob, and all the fixins. $

18.95

Prime Rib

LOBSTER BAKE

Wednesday & Thursday Nights

1LB LOBSTER, CLAMS, CORN, POTATOES $15

Slow roasted Black Angus standing Ribeye with cabernet jus and creamy horseradish

17.95

$

A Sampling of Our Dinner Selections ASIAGO CRUSTED CHICKEN

NEW JERSEY BLUE CRABS 1 DOZEN $15

Pan seared boneless breast with a Jersey tomato and basil ragout and lemon beurre blanc

CITRUS TEQUILA SHRIMP

Jumbo Shrimp sauteed with fresh orange peel, cilantro, chipolte peppers, Àamed with Jose Cuervo Tequila

SEAFOOD TRIO

Our famous Jumbo Lump Crabcake, 4oz. South African Lobster Tail & 2 Jumbo Stuffed Shrimp

HANDS DOWN LBI’S BEST JUMBO LUMP CRAB CAKE Our famous twin fresh Maryland Jumbo Lump cakes

FLOUNDER PANKO

EAT IN * TAKE OUT

Local Àounder encrusted with Japanese breadcrumbs, dressed with a sweet and tangy cilantro teriyaki sauce

CHILEAN SEA BASS

Pan seared and oven glazed with our delicious Caribbean mango chutney

FILET MIGNON

Grilled 10oz. prime angus ¿let (6oz. for the not so hungry) served with jumbo onion rings and our merlot demi-glaze

2205 S. Bay Ave. Beach Haven, NJ 08008 609.492.2909

OPEN DAILY 7am - 9pm

Also offering a great selection of sandwiches, burgers, crab cakes, fresh fish, chowders, plus our wonderful nightly dinner specials.

HOMEMADE DESSERTS OPEN DAILY FOR BREAKFAST AT 8:00 A.M. - 11:30 A.M. Enjoy Your Breakfast By The Beach - Full Bar Available

OPEN DAILY FOR LUNCH AT 11:30 A.M. - 7:30 P.M. Dine under our Tiki Hut or on the Sun Deck

OPEN DAILY FOR DINNER AT 5 P.M. - 9:00 P.M. Dine inside our beautiful Caribbean Style dining room or outside under the Giant Tiki Hut Inside seating on Saturday & Sunday nights

Come see what everyone is talking about Take a trip to the islands, if just for a few hours

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MONDAY, JULY 9 Calling Teen Star Gazers, Little Egg Harbor Branch Ocean County Library, 290 Mathistown Rd. (609294-1197) Kids ages 12-17 are invited to visit a portable planetarium. 2 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org.

HOME OF THE ORIGINAL ®

Early Birds Deduct 10% off entrees • Must be seated by 5:45

Children’s Menu and Takeout Available 33rd Street, Beach Haven Gardens 492-2319 Follow Us:

Open 7 days from 5pm howardsrestaurant.com

Class on How to Make a Tallit, Jewish Community Center of LBI, 15 East 24th St., Spray Beach (609492-4090 or www.jccoflbi.org) 10 am-1 pm. Registration is required. Friends of the Library Meet, Waretown Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Main St. (609-693-5133) All are welcome. 7 pm. PG Movie Night: “The Vow,” Tuckerton Branch Ocean County Library, 380 Bay Ave. (609-296-1470) 6 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Pine Shores Art Assn. Meeting, Pine Shores Art Assn., 94 Stafford Ave., Manahawkin (609-597-3557) Carol Freas gives a mat-cutting demonstration. All are welcome. 7:30 pm. Raptor Rapture, Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-5973381) Falconry will be explained with live birds. The program is for ages 5 and older. 10:30 am. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. MONDAY-FRIDAY, JULY 9-13 Soccer Camp, Sunset Park, West Salem Ave., Harvey Cedars. The program, operated by the Martyn Rushmore School of Soccer, is for ages 3-14. 9 am-1 pm. Call 973-328-0787 or visit www.rushmoresoccer.com. JULY 9-AUGUST 10 Summer Camps for Kids, Pinelands Regional Youth Services sponsors activities for ages 3 and older. See brochure at pinelandsregional.org or call 609-296-5074. TUESDAY, JULY 10 All About Polar Bears, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) The program is for ages 4 and older. 2 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Bats at the Library, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-4942480) The activity is for ages 5 and older. 10:30 am. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. “Big Plans” Puppet Show, Waretown Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Main St. (609-693-5133) The show is for ages 4 and older. 3 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Book Discussion, Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-5973381) The subject is Their Eyes Are Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston. 1 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Creature Features: Sneaky Seagrass Critters, Jacques Cousteau Coastal Education Center, 130 Great Bay Blvd., Tuckerton (609-812-0649, ext. 206, or www.marine.rutgers.edu/cousteau) The program is for children entering 1st through 5th grade. 9:30-11 am. Call to register. Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce Membership Meeting, Holiday Inn, 155 Rte. 72 East, Manahawkin (609-494-7211, ext. 100, www. sochamber.com or e-mail cindy@sochamber.com) Cost, $20. Networking, 11:30; lunch, noon. Register at least 2 days before to reserve. TUESDAY & THURSDAY, JULY 10 & 12 Basic Boating Safety Course for NJ Certification, St. Francis Center, 47th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach (609-494-8861 or www.stfranciscenterlbi.com) The class is for ages 13-adult. Fee, $85. 5-9 pm.

Eat Pizza, Raise Dough For Local Food Pantry

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articipants in this competition may want to bring a little Alka Seltzer along. The Spiaggia e Luna restaurant in Barnegat Township is sponsoring its first pizza-eating contest on Saturday, June 30, beginning at noon in the gazebo park, located behind the East Bay Avenue eatery. Entry fee is $15 per person. Proceeds benefit the nearby Barnegat Food Pantry. John Serpico, restaurant owner, said contestants will aim to be the fastest in chowing down a 16-inch pie, cut in eight slices. Whoever accomplishes the feat will walk off with $250 and a trophy. “When the contest ends will depend on how many people we can get signed up,” he said. “We’ll probably do it in groups of five.” Serpico said contestants are welcome to add their favorite toppings and, if they choose, can eat slices piled on top of each other. However, regurgitators will be eliminated. “We’d like to do this every year because we know the food pantry needs support,” he said. “This will be a fun way of doing it.” Jake Taylor, pantry co-director, said the facility serves approximately 70 families per month. “And with this economy, there’s always the likelihood we’ll get more people,” said Taylor. “Sometimes, summer is a tough time to get food donations because people are busy with a lot of things, but there are many people in need, so we have to keep the shelves well-stocked.” Taylor said major fundraisers during the year are the May collection drive by postal carriers and then a fall drive by area Boys Scouts. “We also want to thank the social clubs and service organizations who have given us support,” he said. To sign up for the contest, call the restaurant at 609-660-2200. —E.E. TUESDAYS, JULY 10-31 Children’s Art Classes, Pine Shores Art Assn., 94 Stafford Ave., Manahawkin (609-294-8264 or www. pineshoresartassociation.org) Mary Walker-Baptiste and Judy Johnson lead the classes. Fee, $50. 10 am-noon.

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Restaurant

Daily Specials

Take-Out

Fresh Market

(609) 492-4388 • Outside & Air Conditioned Inside Dining • (609) 492-4388 You Came to The Jersey Shore to eat SEAFOOD! Not POND FOOD! At the Beach Haven Fishery we offer only wild fish and seafood in our Restaurant & Market. Nothing Farm Raised!

BYOB SAVE MONEY No 20% Tipping

Fishery's Dinner Specials Appetizers

• Sashimi Cubes Diced sushi grade tuna on top of an avocado, half drizzled with spicy sauce and cucumber wasabi sauce $12.95 • Garlic Lime Gator Bites Fresh wild alligator loin fried and tossed in garlic olive oil and lime sauce $12.95 • Crispy Tuna & Basil Wrap 1 spring roll made with tuna & fresh basil, served with a wasabi cucumber dipping sauce $11.95 • Crispy Shrimp & Seaweed Spring Roll Shrimp folded with sesame seaweed salad fried to a golden brown $10.95 • Baked Clams Oreganato 6 clams stuffed with bread crumbs, cheese, olive oil and fresh herbs $10.95 • Sun-Dried Tomato & Chipotle Calamari $12.95

— APPETIZERS & Chowders —

— How It All Started —

Clams on ½ Shell - Six top necks on ice with cocktail sauce & Lemon ......................................................................................................6.95 Shrimp Cocktail - Six Large Shrimp in the Rough on Ice with cocktail & Lemon ..................................................................................................6.95 Peel and Eats - A pound of shrimp (26-30) served on ice w/ cocktail & lemon or Hot & spicy steamed in Old Bay .........................................21.95 Fishery Wings - Naked wings fried crisp with our famous buffalo sauce and blue cheese .........................................................................................9.95 Steamed Piss Clams - a pound of Maine Ipswich clams Steamed & Served w/ Butter ............................................................................................... 10.95 Mussels Special - a pound of mussels sauteed in olive oil, garlic, parsley and cracked black pepper ................................................................... 10.95 Mussels Marinara - a pound of mussels sauteed with Fresh Tomatoes, Olive Oil, garlic & Herbs .....................................................................11.95 Fishery Crab Cake - One of our Famous Lump Meat Crab Cakes - Fried Only ..........................................................................................................9.95 Steamed Little Neck Clams - Fisherman's Dozen, Steamed with Clam Broth, Lemon & Fresh Parsley .............................................................9.95 Garlic Little Neck Clams - Fisherman's Dozen, Steamed with Garlic, Olive Oil, Clam Broth, & Fresh Parsley ............................................10.95 Clam Strips - a ½ lb of Jumbo Clam Strips Breaded Daily and Fried ........................................................................................................10.95 Chicken Fingers - Four Battered Tenders with Honey Mustard .......8.95 Onion Rings - a Heap of Colossal Vidalia Onion Rings, Beer Battered & Fried .........................................................................................................7.95 Roll & Butter - Fishery Baked Roll with Butter ................................. 1.25 Buttered Jersey Corn on the Cob ........................................................... 2.50 Chilled Caribbean Soup .................................................................. Cup-6.95 Lobster Bisque ................................................................................. Cup-7.95 New England ..............................4.50 Manhattan Chowder ............... 3.95 Pints ............................................8.95 Pints .......................................... 7.95 Quarts .......................................14.50 Quarts ..................................... 12.00

All Platters served with Fries, Slaw and the Sauces they need (must specify broiled when ordering) Flounder Dinner • Your choice Hand Breaded and Fried New England Style or Broiled ......................................................................................................................19.95 Jumbo Shrimp or Scallops Dinner • Your Choice Hand Breaded and Fried New England Style or Broiled ........................................................................................ 22.95 The Fishery Combo • Flounder, shrimp and scallops, Hand Breaded and Fried New England Style or Broiled ............................................................................... 23.95 Fishery Twins • Hand Breaded and Fried New England Style or Broiled your choice North Twin - Flounder & Scallops ................................................................. 21.95 Northeast Twin - Scallops & Shrimp.............................................................. 22.95 AllSouth Served with Fries- Flounder & Cole Slaw & Shrimp ................................................................... 21.95 Twin Famous Fishery Crabcakes • Two Large Lump Meat Crabcakes made daily • fried only .........................................................................................................................21.95 Maryland soft Shell Crabs • Two Crabs, Whale Size (largest) Your choice Breaded and Fried or Sauteed in Garlic, Olive Oil and Lemon ..................... 26.95 Saul’s Scallops or Shrimp • Lightly fried scallops or shrimp drizzled with a roasted garlic infused oil ......................................................................................................23.95 Beach Haven Bellies • Whole Breaded Top Necks Fried to Perfection ...........19.95 Jumbo Clam Strips • Three-quarters of a pound Hand Breaded Daily and Deep Fried .......................................................................................................................... 17.95

— Signature Sautés & Grills — John's Blushing Shrimp • You have to taste this to believe it. Jumbo shrimp sauteed with olive oil, fresh tomatoes, basil, garlic and herbs and encrusted with bread crumbs & parmesan cheese ........................................................................................23.95 Thai-phoon Jumbo Shrimp or Scallops • Your choice or combo, fried crispy & tossed with spicy thai sauce over wilted lettuce ......................................23.95 Jesse’s Garlic Shrimp • Jumbo Shrimp sauteed with Garlic, Olive Oil, Basil and Fresh Herbs ...... .................................................................................22.95 Jumbo Shrimp or Scallops Scampi • Your choice or Combo prepared traditional scampi style ............................................................................22.95 Buffalo Shrimp • Crunchy Jumbo Shrimp tossed in our famous buffalo sauce served with blue cheese ..... .......................................................................22.95 Sizzling Shrimp • Fresh Jumbo Shrimp sauteed in our tantalizing garlic steak sauce with sweet vidalia onions .................................................................23.95 Tex Mex Shrimp • Fried Jumbo Shrimp sauteed in Salsa, olives, spiked with chipotle served with sour cream on the side ...................................................... 22.95 Tuna or Swordfish Steak • Your choice Blackened or Grilled ...............22.95 Tuna Bruschetta • Sushi Grade Tuna Loin grilled rare & topped with Fresh Tomatoes, Red Onion, Garlic, Basil, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Herbs & Kissed with Balsamic vinegar ..............................................................................24.95 Sesame Crusted Tuna • Sushi Grade Tuna Loin, rolled in seasoned black sesame seeds, seared rare, sliced & served with a wasabi infused soy sauce ...........24.95 Asian Tuna • Sushi Grade Tuna grilled rare and served on top of crispy asian noodles, drizzled with a wasabi cream teriyaki sauce, black sesame seeds & cilantro (not served with fries & coleslaw) ..........................................................................................24.95 Tuna Wasabi • Sushi Grade Tuna Loin grilled rare & topped with a Wasabi and Cucumber Sauce and encrusted with Japanese Panko Bread Crumbs .......24.95 Tuna Seaweed • Sushi Grade Tuna grilled rare then topped with Seaweed Salad, Laced with a Sesame Teriyaki Dressing ...................................................24.95 Steakhouse Swordfish • Local Sword Steak Grilled & Finished in a Pan with Sauteed Portabella Mushrooms ................................................................24.95 Swordfish Lobster Butter • Grilled & Drizzled with Lobster Infused Garlic Butter with a whole shelled lobster claw on top .........................................26.95 Florida Grouper • Poached with onions, tomatoes & olive oil our magic way, Crusted with Bread Crumbs and Parmesan Cheese like you’ve never had before ......................................................................................................26.95 Chilean Sea Bass Picatta • Sea Bass steak sauteed with olive oil, lemon, butter, capers & white wine .................................................................................28.95 Broiled Stuffed Flounder with Crabmeat • Fresh flounder fi let stuffed with our own crabmeat .....................................................................................23.95 Broiled Stuffed Jumbo Shrimp with Crabmeat • Five Jumbo Shrimp stuffed daily with our own crabmeat ....................................................................23.95 Wild Alaskan Salmon Filet • Grilled then glazed with Lemon butter dill, Ginger Teriyaki sauce or Lumberjack Style with Pacific Northwest BBQ Sauce or Blackened .................................................................................................24.95

— SANDWICHES — Fishery Yellowfin Tuna Salad Roll ..14.95 Fishery Shrimp Salad Roll ..............14.95 Fishery Lobster Salad Roll ..............20.95 Tuna, Swordfish or Wild Salmon Your Choice Grilled or Blackened ......................13.95 Fried Flounder ...................................12.95 Fried Chicken Cutlet ..........................8.95

Fried Soft Shell Crab .....................16.95 Fried Shrimp or Scallops ............. 12.95 Lump Crab Cake .......................... 13.95 Certified Black Angus Steak Burger ½ lb .................................................... 8.95 Hot Dog ¼ lb. Jumbo ...................... 5.95

All Sandwiches Served on a Fishery Baked Roll with Cole Slaw, French Fries and the sauces they need

The Lobster Twin Two 1 lb. to 1¼ lb. Canadian Lobsters Steamed to Perfection, Split, Cracked and Served with Fries, Cole Slaw, Butter and Lemon $35.95 (other size lobsters available priced by the lb.)

Alaskan King Crab Try the Fishery's King Crab Legs The Largest King Crab Legs in the World 1½ lb. to 1¾ lb. of Colossal Crab Legs Served the same way as the Twin......... Market Price

Entrees

The Best Pasta on the Island

• Sword Marsala Local swordfish grilled, topped with a Marsala mushroom sauce $25.95 • Tuna Milanese Thin tuna cutlet, breaded and sauteed in olive oil & served on top of baby Arugula with red onion, tomato, olive oil, balsamic vinegar, cracked pepper and fresh lemon $23.95 *Available with grilled tuna steak • Shrimp & Scallops Neptune Pasta Jumbo shrimp & scallops, sauteed in garlic with a combination of herbs, spices and essence of lobster with sherry & cream, blended with penne au gratin to finish it off $23.95 • Whole Fried Red Snapper Caribbean red snapper dusted in a season flour, fried to perfection Market Price

Lobster Ravioli • Eight Pouches of Lobster & Ricotta Cheese Poached in a Pink Lobster Sauce with two Shelled Lobster Claws ...................................26.95 Penne Con Vodka with Jumbo Shrimp or Scallops • Sauteed with Fresh Tomato Pomadore, Garlic, Fresh Basil & Herbs Deglazed with Kettle One Vodka & Kissed with Cream & Parmesan Cheese........................................24.95 Jumbo Shrimp Scampi Pasta • Our scampi recipe only made better with a light garlic cream sauce mixed with Penne Pasta ..................................................24.95

Certified Black Angus Ribeyes, Ribs & Chicken

— FISHERY SALADS —

20 oz. Prime Rib Steak • Grilled & Finished with our Garlic & Onion Steak Sauce ... ..................................................................................................................................... 25.95 Add Sauteed Shrimp or Scallops ................................................................ 28.95 Steak Portabella • The same 20 oz. Steak topped with Sauteed Portabella Mushrooms ................................................................................................................ 26.95 The Fishery’s Baby Back Ribs • A full rack of Slow Hickory Smoked Baby Back Pork Ribs finished in our BBQ Sauce .................................................................... 19.95 Chicken Tenderloins • Jumbo Battered Tenders Served with Honey Mustard .. 14.95 Buffalo Chicken Tenderloins • Tossed in our famous buffalo sauce, served with bleu cheese ......................................................................................................................... 16.95

Fishery Salads - Organic Baby Field Greens, Tomatoes, Cukes, Olives, Croutons, with your Choice of Homemade Caesar Dressing, Balsamic Vinaigrette, Honey Mustard, Blue Cheese. Plain .................................................................................7.95 Fishery Salad with a Fried & Sliced Chicken Cutlet ..................................... 12.95 Fishery Salad with Swordfish, Tuna or Salmon, Blackened or Grilled ....... 20.95 Baby Arugula Salad with Red Onion, Tomatoes, Herbs with Olive Oil and Balsamic Vinegar ................................................................................................................. 10.95 Baby Arugula with Fried Chicken .................................................................... 15.95 Baby Arugula with Grilled or Blackened Sword, Tuna or Salmon .............. 23.95

- CHILDRENS MENU -

— FAMILY SPECIALS — - DESSERT Fishery Famous Key Lime Pie $3.95 / slice $14.00 / pie

Number One

Number Two

Number Three

Number Four

Fried Only

4 Filets of Flounder, 1 lb. Clam Strips, 12 Jumbo Shrimp Fries, Cole Slaw Feeds Four $65.95

20 Chicken Fingers Fries Cole Slaw Feeds Four $45.95

24 Jumbo Shrimp Bucket Fries Cole Slaw • Feeds Four $54.95

(4) 1 1/4 lb. Lobsters, 1 lb. Cold Cooked Shrimp 4 lb. Clams, Mussels or Mix Fries, Cole Slaw • Feeds Four $109.95

Kiddie Fish & Fries........................................8.95 Kiddie Shrimp & Fries ................................10.95 Kiddie Chicken Fingers & Fries ..................8.95 Kiddie Pasta- Penne Pasta with butter, parmesan cheese............6.95

God Bless America • God Bless Our Armed Forces VOTED BEST OF LBI FISH MARKET

Fish Market 10:30am - 9pm • Restaurant 11:30am - 9pm

ON THE BLVD. AT 21ST & 22ND, NORTH BEACH HAVEN AMPLE PARKING • ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED • SORRY NO AMEX • FREE WIFI

VOTED BEST SOUTHERN OCEAN COUNTY TAKEOUT

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Fresh Local Fish & Clams Okie’s Butcher Meats Cut to Order Bell & Evan’s Chicken - Ribs - Rotisserie Chickens Full Deli Featuring Boar’s Head Premium Butcher Meats Our Famous Homemade Deli Salads LOCAL PRODUCE e m i L y e K Coffee, Ice Coffee & Tea Pies Croissants and Pies Baked Daily Professional Catering: No Job Too Big or Too Small

FAMILY FRIENDLY

SUPER SERVICE

GUEST ORIENTED

AWARD WINNING

MEMORABLE MUSIC

INCREDIBLE FOOD TERRIFIC TAKE OUT

WARM ATMOSPHERE

RESERVATIONS TAKEN

HEART HEALTHY MENU

OPEN DAILY YEAR ROUND 5 BREAKFAST 5 LUNCH 5 DINNER

TRANS FAT FREE ZONE 16 Time Long Beach Island

“Best of Shore Pizza”

GLUTEN-FREE, LOW-CARB Chowderfest Award & HEART-SMART ITEMS Winning Critic’s ON ALL MENUS Choice Manhattan Red The Press of Atlantic City and New England White Clam Chowders Philadelphia Magazine

Voted Best a la Carte Brunch Served Daily 11am - 2pm

Best Healthy Meal Best Breakfast Subs

Voted One of the Best Overall Restaurants and Best Business Lunch

10% GIFT CERTIFICATE BACK TO BUYER ON ALL GIFT CARD & GIFT CERTIFICATE PURCHASES ALL YEAR

SUMMER DINING HOURS

400 N. Bay Ave. - Beach Haven 609.492.1360 • www.fosterslbi.com

BREAKFAST 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM LUNCH 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM DINNER 4:00 - 10:00 PM

10" Pizza with House-Made Sauce & Dough -------------Gluten-Free Also

EARLY BIRD DEALS

Monday through Friday between 4 and 5:30pm

TWO GREAT OFFERS

CHOICE ONE = COMPLETE MEAL ORDER ANY DINNER ENTREE AND RECEIVE SOUP OR SALAD, SIDE, COMPLIMENTARY DESSERT AND BOTTOMLESS FOUNTAIN DRINKS, HOT TEA OR COFFEE

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THURSDAY, JULY 12 Blending Fun with Amy, Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-597-3381) This fun and educational program uses fresh ingredients and a blender, including taste testing, guessing games, recipes and more. 11 am. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Block the Sun, Not the Fun, Little Egg Harbor Branch Ocean County Library, 290 Mathistown Rd. (609-294-1197) The activity is for ages 12-17. 2 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Children’s Field Events, 25th St. ocean beach, Barnegat Light (609-494-9196) The event, including jumps, throws, dashes and free-form activities, is for children in grades K-6. Young children should be accompanied by an adult. Registration, 9:30 am; events begin, 10:30 am. There is no rain date. DVD Discussion Group, Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-597-3381) Participants may pick up specially reserved DVDs of the film 1 week before the discussion. 7 pm. Registration is required; call or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Deadtime Stories: Meet the Authors, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609698-3331) Annette and Gina Cascone preview the movie “Grave Secrets.” Kids ages 8 and older are invited. 6:30 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Miniature Golf Tournament, Island Golf, 6th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Surf City. The Surf City Taxpayer Assn. hosts the event, with prizes for children, teens and adults. 10-11:45 am. Teen Book Club, Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-5973381) The subject is Sexy by Joyce Carol Oates. 5 pm. FRIDAY, JULY 13 Feature Film: “Jaws,” Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-597-3381) The film is rated PG. 2 pm. Movie: “Born to Be Wild,” Little Egg Harbor Branch Ocean County Library, 290 Mathistown Rd. (609294-1197) The film is rated G. 11 am. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Piccirillo Sciencetelling: Dragons & Dreams, Tuckerton Branch Ocean County Library, 380 Bay Ave. (609-296-1470) 2 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org.

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Business After Hours, Shore Fire Grille, 34 South Rte. 9, Barnegat (609-474-7211) The Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce hosts this evening of fun, food and networking; attendees should bring plenty of business cards. 5:30-7:30 pm. Call to register. Indians, Pirates, Baymen on Barnegat Bay, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) The program is for all ages. 7 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Movie: “Sherlock Holmes – a Game of Shadows,” Little Egg Harbor Branch Ocean County Library, 290 Mathistown Rd. (609-294-1197) Noon. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Music & Movement, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) The activity is for ages 2-6. 2 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Jersey Shore PFLAG Support Group Meets, United Church of Christ of Toms River, 1681 Ridgeway Rd. (Rte. 571), Toms River (908-814-2155 or jerseyshorepflag.org) This group for parents, family and friends of lesbians and gays is not affiliated with any religious organization. Meets 2nd Wed. of each month, 7-9 pm.

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ummer Pop-Up: For the second summer season, Michael Ryan Architects in conjunction with Bridgette Mayer Gallery of Philadelphia is offering a Summer Pop-Up Gallery in its offices at 60 Long Beach Blvd. in Loveladies. The first exhibit, “New Paintings and Works on Paper,” opens Saturday, June 30, with a reception from 5:30 to 8 p.m. New works from nine local and Philadelphia-based artists, including surf culture artist Julie Goldstein, Tim McFarlane, Kate Davis Caldwell, Mark Brosseau, Arden Bendler Browning, Ryan McGinness, Rebecca Rutstein, Jill Bonovitz and Nathan Pankratz. Another exhibit, “Jill Bonovitz, Works in Clay,” is in the Project Room. Hours during the summer are Thursday, noon to 6 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; or by appointment by calling 609-548-2000. * * * Digital Details: The artists’ reception for the “National Juried Competition: Digital Works” at the LBI Foundation of the Arts and Sciences is Sunday, July 1, from 5 to 7 p.m. Meet emerging and established artists working in digital processes: photography, prints, video, software art, online art and mobile projects. The juror, Christine Paul, is adjunct curator of new media at the Whitney Museum of American Art and will make the awards. The LBIF is located at 120 Long Beach Blvd. in Loveladies; call 609494-1241 for more information. Open Studio Sessions: Figure Drawing, Fridays through Sept. 28, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Unclothed model; bring your own art materials. Fee: $10/member, $15/ nonmember. Oil and Acrylic Painting with instructor Karen Smith, Thursdays, through Aug. 23, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Daily fee: $30/ member, $40/nonmember. The full summer catalog of classes in art,

cooking, language, etc. is available online at www.lbifoundation.org. * * * Noyes Notes: New summer exhibits include “Water: Illusions of Purity,” a site-specific installation by New Jersey artist Kate Dodd. Using various bottle manipulations, Dodd fills the museum windows with wonderful recycled sculptures that raise the question “Is bottled water ‘Pure’?” in terms of environmental damage. In “New Jersey State Council on the Arts Fellowship Exhibition,” 30 artists chosen for their excellence display works in photography, sculpture, crafts and painting. “Toylanders” consists of visual recollections of childhood by 10 artists, expressed in larger-than-life toys and various playthings. In the juried show “Enduring Brilliance: The Pastel Society of America at 40,” PAA Signature members from across the country and abroad are showcased. Pastel artist Stan Sperlak captured the images of South Jersey at dusk in his one-man show, “Stan Sperlak: Into the Night.” Art at Night: On Thursdays from 5 to 8 p.m., the museum stays open after hours for a variety of programs. This Thursday, June 28, join artist/ photographer Lucy Jerue as she presents a slideshow of her trip following in Van Gogh’s footsteps. Jerue also raises the question of whether Van Gogh actually committed suicide; new research says he may not have. This intriguing evening is sponsored by the Galloway Women’s Club. Regular admission applies. For more information and museum hours, call 609-652-8848 or visit noyesmuseum.org. At the Noyes satellite gallery in Hammonton find “Fiber Revolution: Botswana Collection and Kalahari Quilts.” Call 609-561-8006 for gallery hours. * * * Go Green: Gallery 1603 in Ship Bottom is soliciting artists for its

Reading Isn’t Ruff, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) A therapy dog is waiting for beginning readers and up to come read to it. 11 am. Superhero Party, Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-597-3381) This familyfriendly event has activities for younger kids as well as teens. Costumes are welcome. 10:30 am. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Tombstone Rubbing, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609698-3331) Kids ages 12-18 with parental permission are invited to explore Barnegat Memorial Cemetery and learn about hometown history. 1 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org.

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PUFFED: ‘In White’ acrylic painting by Rebecca Rutstein appears in ‘New Paintings and Works on Paper’ at the Summer Pop-Up Gallery in Loveladies. “Go Green Exhibit,” opening July 25. Artwork must be “green” in some way and made from up-cycled or recycled materials. All materials and mediums must also be eco-friendly or nontoxic. Two- and three-dimensional works are sought, and each artist may submit up to five works to the gallery by July 24. Find the prospectus at www.gallery1603.com or call 609-494-1699 for more information. * * * PSAA Notes: Pine Shores Art Association’s workshops continuing through July: Linda Coulter teaches an ongoing pastel class every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Cost is $20/ members, $22/nonmembers. Children’s Art Classes with Mary Walker Baptiste and Lou Baptiste, four Tuesdays starting July 13 from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Fee $50/members, $75/nonmembers. Pastel workshop with Frank Csulak, two Fridays, July 13 and 20, from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., $50/members, $75/nonmembers. Open studio sessions are held every week at the gallery: portrait with clothed model, Sunday, 1 to 3 p.m., and Monday, 7 to 9 p.m.; life drawing with unclothed model, Thursday, 7 to 9 p.m. There is a small model fee.

For more information, see the PSAA website at pineshoreartassociation.org or call 609-597-3557. * * * Artist Op: An indoor art exhibit and sale is planned in the Long Beach Island Historical Museum in Beach Haven from Aug. 21 to Sept. 30; a 30 percent commission will raise funds for the association. Paintings must depict Beach Haven historic sites. Contact Carol Freas at 609-294-0218 or Linda Hibbs at lingay@comcast.net. * * * Sign Up Now: Local artist Diane Tomash is teaching an oil painting workshop focused on representing reflective surfaces such as brass at the Watermark Gallery in Tuckerton on Saturday, July 14. Call 609-2966218 for more information. * * * Bus Trip: The Hammonton Arts Center is sponsoring a bus trip to the James A. Michener Art Museum in Doylestown, Pa., on Tuesday, July 24, to view the “Offering of the Angels: Treasures from the Uffizi Gallery.” The works of 45 masters of the Renaissance are displayed. Cost is $65; call 609-567-2348 by July 7 to reserve. —P.J.

FRIDAYS, JULY 13 & 20 Pastel Classes with Frank Csulak, Pine Shores Art Assn., 94 Stafford Ave., Manahawkin (609-294-8264 or www.pineshoresartassociation.org) Fees: member, $50; nonmember, $75. 9:30 am-3:30 pm. SATURDAY, JULY 14 40th Anniversary Luau, On the bay behind St. Francis Center, 47th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach (609-494-8861 or www.stfranciscenterlbi.com) The Aloha Hula Show Band performs while hula dancers entertain. 5-8:30 pm. Tickets: $50 through July 7, $60 after. “Chasin’ Gus’ Ghost,” Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) The documentary film about jug band music features John Sebastian’s Jug Band. Sebastian and the film’s producer-director speak about the history of the genre. 7 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. “Choose Your Cover” Free Skin Cancer Screening, 20th St. beach end, Ship Bottom. The service is provided by Southern Ocean Medical Center, the LBI Health Dept. and others. Those wishing to be screened should wear a bathing suit or other beach attire. 10 am-2 pm. Rain date, July 15. Fresh Fish Feast, Barnegat Light Firehouse, West 10th St. & Central Ave. Tickets are available at the door. 4-8 pm. Hispanic Hissing Snakes, Tuckerton Branch Ocean County Library, 380 Bay Ave. (609-296-1470) Kids ages 12-16 are invited to make toy snakes using recycled bottle tops and corks. 11 am. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org.

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Kid Flounder............................................6.95

FRIED BUCKETS

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2 - 1½ lb Lobsters • 1 Dozen Steamed Clams 1 Pound Mussels • 2 Ears Sweet Corn

Honey Dipt Chicken (4 pc.) .............. 8.95

Mahi Mahi................................................9.99

Salmon Filet ......................................... 10.99

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Shrimp Basket ...... .............................. 8.99

Crab Cakes (2 Deviled 5¾ oz.)........16.99

Fried Softshell Crab ........................... 13.99

House Combo (over 1 lb. of seafood) ..........

Select Oysters .................................... 12.95

Shrimp ......................................................9.99 Fried Flounder ........................................8.99

BROILED COMBINATIONS

“M&M Raw Bar was the best seafood experience on this trip... soups are phenomenal, particularly chowders.” Star Ledger Munchmobile 2007

All weights are approximate - Prices subject to change without notice - Not responsible for typographical errors.

PAPA 4 - 1½ lb Lobsters • 2 Dozen Steamed Clams 2 Pounds Mussels • 4 Ears Sweet Corn 1 pt Cole Slaw • Market Price

Full 6 - 1½ lb Lobsters • 3 Dozen Steamed Clams 3 Pounds Mussels • 6 Ears Sweet Corn 2 pt Cole Slaw • Market Price

SOUP & SANDWICH COMBOS Crabby Combo (Homemade Lump Crab Cake Sandwich w/Lobster Bisque) .................12.99 Down Eastern Combo (Twin Homemade Lobster Roll w/New England Clam Chowder)............19.95

Dining Out Section August 2, 2006 “We tasted almost a dozen bowls throughout a weekend, and found a light, simple version of white chowder we liked at M&M.” The New York Times

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Sunshine Foundation Fluke & Bluefish Tournament, Great Bay Marina, 45 Montana Drive, Little Egg Harbor (609-296-2392) Captains meeting, July 8, 6 pm, at the marina. Boat fee: through July 4, $60; after July 4, $70. The fee includes full buffet for captain and 3 crew members (additional guests, $10; child, free) and captain’s T-shirt. The after party includes live music, a silent auction and more. Tickets are available at the marina, Shore Wheels, Scott’s Bait and Tackle and the captains meeting. Fishing hours, 6 am-3 pm; boundaries, from Barnegat Inlet to Great Egg Inlet. Weigh-in, 2-4 pm; picnic, 3-7 pm. Tuckerton Historical Society Meets, Giffordtown Schoolhouse Museum, Leitz Blvd. & Wisteria Lane, Little Egg Harbor (609-296-2584 or 609-294-1547) Jim Estelle presents his collection of historic local postcards. Attendees are invited to bring their own to share. 2-4 pm.

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 11 Catch a Rising Star All-Star Show with Ben Bailey of “Cash Cab,” Surflight Theatre, Engleside & Beach aves., Beach Haven (609-492-9477 or www. surflight.org) 8 pm. See website for schedule and ticket prices.

Lunch Specials

Sushi “Happy Hour”

Served with Rice, Egg Roll & Fountain Drink $5.99

General Tao’s Chicken Sesame Garlic Pork Orange Pork Lettuce Wraps Chicken Stir Fry

Daily 3pm - 6pm

5 Sushi

$

Build Your Own Traditional Chinese Meal! Choose the menu items YOU want and we will stir fry them and serve it with your favorite side! $10

Start with...

Tempura Chicken | Grilled Chicken | Steak | Shrimp | Pork

Add 3 of your favorites...

Peppers | Onions | Carrots | Broccoli | Pineapple Water Chestnuts | Peanuts | Baby Corn | Snow Peas

Choose your sauce...

Sweet & Sour | General Tao | Orange Ginger | Teriyaki Sesame Garlic | Asian Brown Sauce

Enjoy with...

White Rice | Brown Rice | Lo-Mein

Sushi Menu

Shrimp & Avocado - Topped w/ Orange Ginger Spicy Tuna Roll - Spicy Tuna & Cucumber Hoksuin Roll - Cucumber, Carrot & Ginger Sauce Avokyu Maki - Avocado, Cucumber & Cool Wasabi Lobster Roll - Lobster Meat w/ a Sweet Chili Sauce Tropical Roll - Mango, Pineapple & Cucumber Wasabi Big Easy - Tuna, Crab, Cucumber & Sweet Chili Mango Shrimp - Shrimp, Mango & Orange Ginger Island Tuna - Tuna, Pineapple & Ginger Sauce California Roll - Crab, Avocado & Cucumber Cool Lobster - Lobster, Cucumber & Wasabi Sauce

Bluegrass & Pinelands Music, Albert Music Hall, 131 Wells Mills Rd. (Rte. 532), Waretown (609-9711593 or www.alberthall.org) Every Sat.; doors open, 6:30 pm. Concerts at the Bay, Municipal dock, Bayshore Drive, Barnegat (609-698-0080, ext. 122) 7-9 pm. If rain, at Barnegat Recreation Center, 900 West Bay Ave. June 30, Sounds of the Street; July 4, The Hi-5; July 7, The Kootz; July 8, Guy Smiley; July 14, RBG Express; July 15, Custom Blend. Concerts by the Bay, Sunset Park, West Salem Ave., Harvey Cedars (609-361-7990) July 11, No Discipline; July 18, Beaucoup Blue; July 25, eleven eleven. Also, Island Surf & Sail gives free kayak demonstrations. 7-9 pm. Concerts on the Green, Veterans Bicentennial Park, Beach Ave. between Engleside Ave. & Amber St., Beach Haven. Wed., 7:30 pm. If inclement weather, held at LBI Historical Assn. Museum, Engleside & Beach aves. June 27, School’s Out Band; July 4, Howard Isaacson; July 11, Carnaby Street Band; July 18, Tequila Rose Band. Gazebo Park Concerts, Rte. 9 & East Bay Ave., Barnegat. (609-698-0080, ext. 122) Thurs., 7-9 pm, weather permitting, through Sept. 27. Summer Concerts, Bayview Park, 68th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach. Attendees should bring seating. 7-9 pm. July 3, Verdict; July 10, Brian Clayton; July 17, Paul Presto. Summer Concert Series, Manahawkin Lake Pavilion, Rte. 9, Manahawkin. The Stafford Twp. Historical Society hosts the series. Attendees should bring chairs and insect repellent. Mon., 7 pm, July 9-Aug. 27. July 9, Summer Concerts, Outdoor concert area, West 10th St. on the bay, Barnegat Light. Attendees should bring seating. 7:30 pm. If rain, Barnegat Light Firehouse, West 10th St. & Central Ave. July 19, Face Down, July 26, The Following. Summertime Concert Series, Tuckerton Seaport, 120 West Rte. 9, Tuckerton (609-296-8868 or www. tuckertonseaport.org) Attendees should bring chairs. Admission, free. 6:30-8 pm. July 13, Basement Musicians; July 20, Nick Kosar; July 27, Billy Walton.

A Sampling of Our Menu Appetizers

Coconut Crab Tower • Firecracker Calamari

Entrees

• General Tao’s Chicken • Chicken & Broccoli • Orange Snow Pea Shrimp • Chicken Pad Thai

• Wasabi Scallops • Pepper Steak

Offering Vegetarian, Gluten Free Options • No MSG Party Trays Available

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Eco-Friendly Fun At Barnegat Bay Day

SATURDAY, JUNE 30 Ladies of Country & Bluegrass, Albert Music Hall, 131 Wells Mills Rd. (Rte. 532), Waretown (609-9711593 or www.alberthall.org) Scheduled to appear are Heidi Olsen, Laurie and Alice Dorisio, Erin Ricca, Cindy Giejda and more. Admission: adult, $5; child younger than 12, $1. Doors open, 6 pm; show, 7:3011:30 pm.

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MONDAY, JULY 2 “Long Live the Beatles,” Surflight Theatre, Engleside & Beach aves., Beach Haven (609-492-9477 or www.surflight.org) The Mahoney Brothers pay tribute. 1963-1966 Ed Sullivan Years, 6 pm; 1967-1970 Psychedelic Years, 8 pm. See website for schedule and ticket prices. MONDAY, JULY 9 Dinner & Concert, Deborah Hospital Foundation LBI Chapter hosts dinner at Carmen’s in Beach Haven followed by Michael Amonte in concert at Surflight Theatre. Ticket, $70. Call Vince O’Mara at 609-660-7541. Michael Amante, Surflight Theatre, Engleside & Beach aves., Beach Haven (609-492-9477 or www. surflight.org) 8 pm. See website for schedule and ticket prices. THURSDAY, JULY 12 Rave On: the Music of Buddy Holly, Little Egg Harbor Branch Ocean County Library, 290 Mathistown Rd. (609-294-1197) 7 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org.

Children’s Theater, Surflight Theatre, Engleside & Beach aves., Beach Haven (609-492-9477 or www. surflight.org) Call or visit website for specific dates and times. Tickets, $12.50 & $15. “Aladdin,” through June 29; “Cinderella,” through June 28; “Peter Pan & Capt. Hook,” June 30-Aug. 3; “The Tale of the Little Mermaid,” July 1-Aug. 10. Children’s Theater, Barnegat High School, 180 Bengal Blvd., Barnegat (www.oceantheatre.org, 609-312-8306 or ruth@oceantheatre.org) Ticket, $10. 10 am & 6 pm. “Snow White,” July 2-7 and Aug. 22-25; “Cinderella,” July 18-21 and Aug. 30-Sept. 1. Family Theater, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609494-1241 or www.lbifoundation.org) Admission, $5. Tues., 7 pm. July 3, Hocus Pocus ... It’s Joe Fischer; July 10, Alex & the Kaleidoscope Band; July 17, Mr. Malcolm; July 24, Penguin Pointers; July 31, Wizards – the Race Around the World; Aug. 7, Little Red Riding Hood; Aug. 14, Wonderful World of Reptiles; Aug. 21, Sundown on Sycamore Street; Aug. 28, Comedy Cascade Circus. THROUGH JULY 8 “Man of La Mancha,” Barnegat High School, 180 Bengal Blvd., Barnegat (www.oceantheatre.org, 609-312-8306 or ruth@oceantheatre.org) Ocean Professional Theatre Co. presents John Davidson in the starring role. Tickets, $29-$35.

File Photo by Jack Reynolds

GET OUT: Warm summer evenings are ideal for listening and dancing to music.

Beach Haven, Ship Bottom Concerts Offer Potpourri of Music Choices

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eginning on June 27 with the appropriately named Schools Out Band, the Beach Haven Community Arts Program offers a series of free “Concerts on the Green” on Wednesday nights at Veterans Bicentennial Park. Audience members are invited to bring a blanket and lawn chair. All concerts begin at 7:30 p.m. except for the Howard Isaacson smooth jazz program, which starts at 7 p.m. on July 4. “It gives people time to go to the fireworks show at Bay Village,” said Rob Meyer, event coordinator. The rest of the Wednesday night lineup features Carnaby Street Band (’60s and ’70s hits), July 11; Tequila Rose (country), July 18; Jimmy and the Parrots (tribute to Jimmy Buffett), July 25; Kootz (’60s, ’70s, ’80s pop), Aug. 1; Jersey Gold (’60s hits), Aug. 8; Ron Gartner (Rat Pack tribute), Aug. 15; Barley Boys (Irish), Aug. 22; Sweet Inspiration (street corner doo-wop), Aug. 29; and Fred Lehotay and the Ragtimers (ragtime and swing), Sept. 5 In addition, there will be a special children’s concert on Monday, July 30, 6 p.m. featuring Makin’ Music Rockin’ Rhythms. In case of rain, concerts will be held at the

nearby LBI Historical Museum. Meyer said CAP needs volunteers to help out at the concerts, whether it’s for setting up chairs, working the sound system or selling refreshments. For more information, contact Meyer at 609-492-2739. For seven straight Thursday evenings at 7 p.m., Ship Bottom presents “Concerts by the Bay” at the 10th Street waterfront park. Classic rock, reggae/Caribbean, country and oldies will be on the menu. Opening this year will be Face Down on July 12. The concert lineup also features the Roustabouts, July 19; Verdict, July 26; “Sir Rod” (Rod Stewart impersonator Tommy Edward), Aug.2; Shorty Long and the Jersey Horns, Aug. 9; After the Reign, Aug. 16; and Jimmy and the Parrots (tribute to Jimmy Buffett) Aug. 23. Feel free to bring a blanket and lawn chair. Parking and bathroom facilities are available. For more information, contact Borough Clerk Kathleen Wells at 609-494-1614, extension 116. — Eric Englund

earn about the local estuary and get tips for environmental responsibility at the sixth annual Barnegat Bay Day and Go Green Expo on Friday, July 6. This free event, designed to promote sustainability and stewardship of our waterways while entertaining all ages, will be held from noon to 4 p.m. at the Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences in Loveladies. “Close to 40 vendors and exhibitors will be promoting eco-friendly living and fun ways to learn about our bay, beaches, parks, marine life, waterways, birds, alternative energy, water, green products and the ‘good green life,’” said Arlene Schragger of ads Public Relations & Marketing. The four-hour event, sponsored in part by Giglio Awning, Frederic J. Schragger, Esq. and Arlene Schragger, features face painting, T-shirt printing, terrapin races, alternativeenergy demonstrations, organic products for demonstration and sale, sustainable fisheries demos, crafts for kids, rare plants for sale, interesting animal life, osprey nest building, interactive displays and much more. Lunch items will be available from Foodies, and Rita’s Water Ice will sell its cool treats. “An exciting new exhibitor,” Schragger noted, “is George Ventz, the inventor of the Clean Wave Energy Generator, who lives right here on Long Beach Island. One of the most important issues facing the world today is the constantly increasing need for energy. New sources of energy must be clean, reliable, inexhaustible and inexpensive. Ocean wave energy has the potential of replacing hazardous oil, gas, coal and nuclear power. Clean Wave Energy is harvested from ocean waves and is available 24/7 and is free. “A visit to George Ventz at his Barnegat Bay Day exhibit will be enlightening and exciting.” There is no entrance fee for the event, and parking is available near the LBIF, at 120 Long Beach Blvd. For more information, call the LBIF at 609494-1241, or visit lbifoundation.org or lbifscience.org. —J.K.-H.

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MOZZARELLA STICKS .......................... 6/6.95 ....... 12/12.95 CHICKEN FINGERS ............................ SM/6.95 ......LG/12.95 MUSSELS ........................................................................... 9.95 FRIED CALAMARI ............................................................ 9.95 EGGPLANT FRIES............................................................ 9.95 DIPPIN’ COMBO.............................................................12.99 FAMOUS GARLIC ROLLS CHEESE GARLIC ROLLS ½ Doz. 2.59

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SALADS ANTIPASTO ...................................................................... 9.99 GARDEN SALAD ..............................................................6.99 HOT WING SALAD ......................................................... 9.99 TUNA SALAD PLATTER ................................................ 9.99 CAESAR SALAD ...............................................................6.99 W/GRILLED CHICKEN ............................................... 9.99

WRAPS CHEESESTEAK WRAP W/FRIES ..................................8.99 TURKEY CLUB WRAP W/FRIES ...................................8.99 BUFFALO CHICKEN WRAP W/FRIES .........................8.99 CHICKEN CAESAR WRAP W/FRIES ...........................8.99 TUNA WRAP W/FRIES ...................................................8.99

PASTA LINGUINI OR PENNE w/Tomato Sauce............................................................ 9.99 w/Meat Sauce...............................................................12.99 w/Meatballs ..................................................................12.99 w/Garlic & Oil ................................................................ 9.99 w/Sautéed Broccoli ..................................................... 11.99 LINGUINI W/CLAM SAUCE......................................... 14.99 Tender Baby Clams in our special Red or White Sauce.

STUFFED SHELLS ..........................................................12.99 Jumbo Pasta Shells Àlled w/Ricotta Cheese & baked w/Mozzarella.

BAKED MANICOTTI ..................................................... 11.99 Pasta Tubes Àlled w/Ricotta Cheese & Bakedw/Mozzarella.

BAKED ZITI .....................................................................12.99 CHEESE RAVIOLI ........................................................... 11.99 Served in our zesty Tomato Sauce. Baked w/Mozzarella 1.00 Extra.

CHEESE PIZZA SM/14.01 LG/14.95 TOPPINGS: 2.50 /EA Pepperoni, Sausage Mushrooms Peppers Onions Extra Cheese

Anchovies Fresh Garlic, Fresh Tomatoes Hot Peppers

3.50 /EA Bacon Black Olives Broccoli Meatballs Sun Dried Tomatoes Fresh Basil Ham

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THROUGH JULY 21 “Annie the Musical,” Surflight Theatre, Engleside & Beach aves., Beach Haven (609-492-9477 or www.surflight.org) See website for schedule and ticket prices. JULY 2-7 & AUGUST 22-25 “Snow White,” Barnegat High School, 180 Bengal Blvd., Barnegat (www.oceantheatre.org, 609-3128306 or ruth@oceantheatre.org) Ocean Professional Theatre Co. presents the show. Ticket, $10. WEDNESDAY, JULY 4 Firecracker Funnies Show with Geno Bisconte, Surflight Theatre, Engleside & Beach aves., Beach Haven (609-492-9477 or www.surflight.org) 10 pm. See website for schedule and ticket prices. JULY 11-29 “Titanic the Musical,” Barnegat High School, 180 Bengal Blvd., Barnegat (www.oceantheatre.org, 609312-8306 or ruth@oceantheatre.org) Ocean Professional Theatre Co. presents the show. Tickets, $29-$35. Jack Reynolds

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LONG BEACH ISLAND Grace Calvary Church, 19th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Ship Bottom (609-494-7777 or www.gracecalvary.net) Services, Sun., 8:30 am & 10:30 am; also Spanish service, 10:30 am (2nd floor Edu. Bldg.) Nursery provided. 1st United Methodist Church, New Jersey & Beach aves., Beach Haven Terrace (609-492-9843, www. methodistchurchesLBI.org) Sun., worship & nursery, 9 am. Communion, 1st Sun. of each month; Sunday school, for ages 5-14, 9 am. Tues. Bible study, 10:30 am. Harvey Cedars Bible Conference, Cedars & Atlantic aves., Harvey Cedars (609-494-5689 or hcbible.org) Sun., services, 10 am through Aug. 26. Holy Innocents’ Episcopal Church, Marine St. between Atlantic & Beach aves., Beach Haven (609492-7571 or www.hiecbh.com) Sun., Holy Eucharist, 7:30 (Rite I, no music) & 9:30 am (alternating Rites I & II, with music). Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 59th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach (609-494-6888 or www. holytrinitylbi.com) Sun., worship, 8 & 10 am, through Sept. 2; Communion at both services, 1st & 3rd Sundays. Island Baptist Church, 215 3rd St., Beach Haven (609-492-7584 or www.islandbaptist.net) Sun., celebration for adults and children, 10 am. Wed., barbecue & Bible study at Mission House, 6 pm. Jewish Community Center of LBI, 2411 Long Beach Blvd., Spray Beach (609-492-4090 or jccoflbi.org) Services Fri., 8 pm; Sat., 9:30 am. All are welcome. Kynett United Methodist Church of Beach Haven, 127 Centre St. & Beach Ave. (609-492-0421) Service, Sun., 10:30 am. St. Clare Catholic Church, 56th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609-494-8813 or www.stfrancisparishlbi.org) Sat., Mass, 5 pm; Sun., Mass, 10 am. St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, 47th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach (609-494-8813 or www. stfrancisparishlbi.org) Sat., Mass, 5 pm; Sun., Mass, 7:30, 8:45, 10 and 11:15 am. Mon.-Fri., Mass, 9 am. St. Peter’s at the Light Episcopal Church, Seventh St. & Central Ave., Barnegat Light (609-494-2398 or

Independence Day Celebrations Light Up the Real Fourth of July

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n Long Beach Island you can find a parade, fireworks and a band concert by the bay, all ways to celebrate Independence Day. The fun starts in Barnegat Light on Sunday, July 1, with its “Hometown Heroes” parade at 7 p.m. Local emergency crews, Barnegat Volunteer Fire Co. and the Coast Guard Color Guard join floats and marchers. The parade kicks off at 11th Street, travels down Central Boulevard to Sixth Street and ends at the gazebo by the Bay between Ninth and 10th streets. A Liberty Band concert follows at the gazebo, of patriotic and familiar songs. Rain cancels the parade, but the concert would go on in the firehouse social hall on 10th and Central. On the Fourth of July, Beach Haven borough fills the sky behind Bay Village on Taylor Avenue with fireworks, starting at 9 p.m. On the mainland, fireworks are seen both north and south on Wednesday, July 4. In Barnegat, bring your lawn chair for a doowop concert featuring the band Hi-Five at www.stpetersbarnegatlight.org) Sun., said Mass, 8 am; sung Mass, 10 am. Refreshments in the garden after 10 am service. Vacation Bible school, July 9-13, at Zion Lutheran Church; call 609-494-5048 or 609-494-8676. St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, Second St. & Atlantic Ave., Beach Haven (609-494-8813 or www. stfrancisparishlbi.org) Sat., Mass, 5 pm; Sun., Mass, 7:30, 8:45, 10 & 11:15 am. St. Thomas of Villanova Catholic Church, 13th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Surf City (609-494-8813 or

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n Fridays starting June 29, the Stafford Farmers Market will brim with fresh produce and goods at a very convenient location, the Manahawkin Flea Market at the Manahawkin Mart Shoppes on East Bay Avenue. The bounty is even sweeter considering that the joint arrangement between the mart owners and Stafford Township will raise funds for local residents in need. Mart owners Warren and Jill Petrucci are donating proceeds of vendors’ table rentals to a fund to help area residents. The Township of Stafford will then distribute the money to organizations that serve assist area families. The farmers market at 657 East Bay Ave. opens at 9 a.m. every Friday in the summer, and continues until 3 p.m. “You can do your Friday shopping for the weekend before the traffic starts if you don’t want to come over on Saturday or Sunday,” Jill Petrucci noted. “It’s a wonderful thing to help the children

in need,” she added. “The success of the market in turn will bring more farmers here and build up the farmers market as a nice place for customers to shop.” To inquire about being a vendor, call the Manahawkin Mart Shoppes at 609-597-1017. The popular weekend flea market outside the Manahawkin Mart Shoppes has plenty of parking. It is a convenient destination because it is adjacent to the array of shops there – many of them specialty food stores. The Manahawkin Mart Shoppes was built as a modern shopping center in 2007 after a fire claimed the previous indoor mart. Fo r m o r e about the shops, see manahawkinfleamarket.com. — Maria Scandale

the municipal dock on East Bay Avenue at 7 p.m.; fireworks follow at the conclusion of the concert, at 9. The annual 4th of July celebration in Tuckerton will go off as planned on Wednesday. Festivities begin with a parade on Main Street (Route 9) from the Village Shoppes parking lot to the Tuckerton Seaport beginning at 10 a.m. At 4 p.m. there will be a baby parade followed by children’s activities at the Seaport from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Fireworks over Lake Pohatcong will take place at dark. The boardwalk area will be closed to pedestrians because of road construction, but the sidewalk in front of the Tuckerton Seaport, on the south side of Route 9, will be available for viewing the fireworks as well as the back portion of Tip Seaman County Park by the administration building. The beach area and lawn are closed for safety reasons. The celebration is organized by the Pinelands 4th of July Celebration Committee. —P.J. www.stfrancisparishlbi.org) Sat., Mass, 5 pm; Sun., Mass, 7:30, 8:45, 10 & 11:15 am. Spray Beach Chapel, Beach Ave. between 23rd & 24th Sts., Spray Beach (609-492-0057 or spraybeachchapel.org) Sun., worship, 9:30 am. Guest speakers and singers. Available for weddings. United Church of Surf City, 7th St. & Central Ave. (609-361-0981) Sun., Worship, 10 am. Zion Lutheran Church, 18th St. & Central Ave., Barnegat Light (609-494-8676 or www.zionlbi.org) Worship, Sun., service, 8:30 &10 am; Sunday school, 10 am. Vacation Bible school, July 9-13, in cooperation with St. Peter’s at the Light; call 609-494-5048 or 609-494-8676. MAINLAND Barnegat Bay Assembly of God, 378 Rte. 9, Waretown (609-698-3119) Sun., Bible study, 10 am; worship with nursery and children’s church, 11 am; youth service 1st and 3rd Sun., 6 pm. Bayside Chapel, 965 West Bay Ave., Barnegat (609607-8323 or www.baysidechapel.org) Sun., worship, 8:15, 9:45 & 11:30 am; fellowship follows each service. Children’s church, 9:45 and 11:30 am. Calvary Baptist Church, 850 Railroad Drive, Little Egg Harbor (609-296-4606 or calvaryLEH.org) Sun., prayer, 8 am; Bible study for all ages, 9:30 am; coffee fellowship, 10:30 am; worship, 11 am; Bible Institute, 6 pm. Nursery is provided. Wed., programs from nursery through adult, 7 pm. Calvary Chapel of Southern Ocean County, 610 Rte. 9, West Creek (609-597-4393 or www.calvarychapelsoc.org) Sun., worship, 10 am; fellowship time after; children’s church and nursery. Wed., Bible study & youth group, 7 pm. Special praise and prayer service, 2nd Sun. of each month, 7 pm. Cedar Run Assembly of God, Rte. 9, Cedar Run (609-597-3225 or www.cedarrunchurch.org) Sun., coffee bar, 9 am; Sunday school, 9:30 am; worship service, 10:30 am; life classes, 6 pm. Wed., Bible study, 7 pm.


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Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 1 Mary Bell Rd., Manahawkin (609-660-1992) Call for information. Classical Yoga/Hindu Academy, 82 Memorial Drive, Barnegat (609-607-0846 or www.classicalyoga.org) The Dharma Yoga Ashram offers services (puja) and instruction in the Hindu religion and all its classic yogas. Congregation Sha’Arey Ha Yam, Reform Jewish Community of Barnegat, (609-698-4459 or www.shaareyhayam. org) Meets at Lutheran Church of the Holy Spirit, 333 North Main St. (Rte. 9), Manahawkin, twice a month on Fri., 7:30 pm. This is the only Reform congregation in Southern Ocean County. Hebrew school is available for ages 6 and older, including Bar and Bat Mitzvah. Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit, 220 East Main St., Tuckerton (609-2969618 or www.HolySpiritTuckerton.org) Holy Eucharist, Sun., July 8 - Sept. 2, 9:30 am followed by a coffee hour; Wed., noon. 1st Presbyterian Church of New Gretna, 19 Maple Ave. (609-296-6564 or www. newgretnapresbyterianchurch.org) Sun., worship, 10 am. 1st Presbyterian Church of Tuckerton, 210 East Main St. (609-296-8894 or fpctuckerton.org) Sun., worship, 9:30 am. 1st United Methodist Church of Tuckerton, 126 North Green St. (609-296-9610 or fumctuckerton.com) Sun., worship, 8:30 & 10 am. House of Hope (Spanish service) Sun., 5 pm. Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Rte. 9 & Mathistown Rd., LEH (609-2963585) Sun., worship, 9:30 am. Saturday night social – every other Sat., 6-8 pm – for adults with developmental disabilities or brain injuries. King of Kings Community Church, 1000 Rte. 9 north, Manahawkin (609597-7177 or kingofkingscc.org) Sun., worship, 9 & 11 am; Spanish service, 1 pm; Celebrate Recovery, 7 pm. Lighthouse Alliance Community Church, 481 Rte. 9, Little Egg Harbor (609-296-9673 or www.lighthousealliance.net) Sun., worship & children’s church, 9:30 am. Living Water Christian Center, 1103 Radio Rd., Mystic Island (609-294-1453) Worship, Sun., 10 am; Wed., 7 pm.

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Lutheran Church of the Holy Spirit, 333 North Main St. (Rte. 9, ž mile north of Rte. 72), Manahawkin (609-597-2696, www.lutheranchurchoftheholyspirit.org) Sun., worship, 9:30 am. Nursery available. Praise and worship service, ďŹ rst Wed. of each month, 7 pm. Vacation Bible school, Aug. 6-10, 9:30 am-12:30 pm for children age 4 to 6th grade. Call Alice Cranmer at 609-597-6855 or download registration form at www.lutheranchurchoftheholyspirit.org. Manahawkin Baptist Church, 400 Beach Ave. (609-597-7586 or manahawkinbaptistchurch.org) Sun., worship, 10 am. Nursery available. Tues., youth group (grades 6-12), 7-9 pm. Manahawkin United Methodist Church, 116 Stafford Ave., Manahawkin (609-5977666 or 609-597-7107) Sun., worship, 8:30 & 11 am; nursery provided. Sunday school for all ages, 9:45 am. Mount Zion Baptist Church, Gunning River Rd., Barnegat (609-698-2537) Sun., Sunday school, 9 am; worship, 10 am. Wed., service, 7 pm. New Life Community Church, 203 Main St. (Rte. 9), West Creek (609-296-2813 or newlifewestcreek.org) Sun., worship, 10 am. Wed., Bible study, 7 pm. Ocean Community Church, 1492 Rte. 72, Manahawkin (609-597-5151 or www. oceanchurch.net) Sun., worship, 9 am (contemporary) & 11 am (traditional); nursery care is available for both services. Food pantry for anyone in need, Wed., 10 am-noon. Pinelands Community Church, (609812-0073 or www.pinelandschurch.org) Meets at Frog Pond Elementary School, 305 Frog Pond Rd. off Rte. 539, Tuckerton, Sun., 10 am.

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By BILL GEIGER ince summer movies come in all shapes and sizes, I fi nd it fun sometimes to try to see as diverse a group as I can each week before I put this colu m n together. The blockbusters tend to take care of themselves, and we have no shortage of those films this summer, but I opted for the “varied” lot for this week’s fl icks, including what might be considered a semiblockbuster. B u t t h a t ’s not all; there’s also an animated film and a musical, so it looks like we’ve got the bases covered this time around. It might not be a smash like “The Avengers” or the upcoming Batman fi lm could be, but there was a lot of hype surrounding Ridley Scott’s “Prometheus .” The director of “Alien” and “Blade Runner” put together another sci-fi f lick that smacks a little bit of Stanley Kubrick’s groundbreaking “2001: A Space Odyssey” and of the auteur’s own “Alien.” Plus, the beginning reminded me a little of last summer’s “The Tree of Life,” so Scott’s fl ick has quite a pedigree. By the by, the aforementioned “hype” pointed to the fact that “Prometheus” might be something of a prequel to “Alien,” and in fact, yes, it might just be. In Greek mythology it was the Titan Prometheus who created humankind and then gave such talents as the goddess Athena had taught him, including architecture, medicine, navigation, mathematics, and astronomy, to the humans. This really angered Zeus, the king of all gods, because Prometheus had made humans intelligent and powerful. But when Prometheus gave humans fire, Zeus was enraged, and punished Prometheus. But the background summarized above is very apropos to the fi lm. The title “Prometheus” actually is the name of the spacecraft which the intrepid scientists use to get to the planet they believe is where life on Earth originated. An alien race had visited Earth in the past, and left “calling cards” in the form of cave paintings and hieroglyphs, which the archaeologist team, Drs. Elizabeth Shaw (Noomi Rapace) and Charlie Holloway (Logan MarshallGreen) interpret to be invitations. A team is put together under the aegis of billionaire Peter Weyland to go searching into deep space, led by Meredith Vickers (Charlize Theron). You may remember that the Weyland Corporation was the overseer of the ship and crew in “Alien.” It takes the crew two years to reach the planet, and once they do they encounter malevolent aliens. But they also encounter the space

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travelers who left their “invitations” for a visit, and they’re none too friendly, either. It appears these “travelers” were using the aliens for their insidious purposes, until the aliens turned on their users. The fi lm wonders where humans came from, and the answers are not very appealing or satisfying. Scott moves the film along at a suspenseful pace, with enough background and logic to keep the interest level high, but aside f rom R apace a nd the captain of the Prometheus, Janek (Idris Elba), it’s hard to feel any emotion toward the others. Theron is the queen bitch again, like she was in “Snow White,” and only the android David (superbly played by Michael Fassbender) elicits any sympathy, even though his actions are as duplicitous as Vickers’. It seems everyone has an agenda, though the character David reminded me of a combination of HAL in “2001…” and the android Data from the “Star Trek” fi lms. His agenda is tied into the wishes of his creator, Peter Weyland (Guy Pearce), and once that becomes

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clear, the fi lm heads in that direction. It was hard to discern what some of the characters were saying, due to their heavy cockney accents and the fact that I screened “Prometheus” in IMAX 3D, something I don’t usually do but have to admit it made the viewing of it all the more appealing. But I must caution the viewer; pay attention to the very beginning and the very ending of the fi lm. It will make the Prometheus analogy clear and the whole gist of the fi lm a little more salient. And the ending will point toward the “Alien” fi lms. * * * Being someone who enjoys 1970s music, I was surprised to fi nd out how many ’80s songs I both remembered and liked. All it took was the musical “Rock of Ages” to remind me. A curious mixture of mawkishness and sarcasm, “Rock of Ages” has some moments, but the fi lm, for the most part, suffers from a major case of schizophrenia. It just can’t settle on one tone, so it goes back and forth among several. On the one hand, the fi lm wants to recreate the era after disco, where heavy metal bands like Twisted Sister and Poison were

blasting the airwaves and fi lling the venues. On the other hand, it wants to be a love story, or actually several love stories, all converging at the end. Sweet, but over-the-top. On the third hand (third hand? I did say the fi lm was schizophrenic) it wants to excoriate the prudes who strive to shut down all rock and roll venues and drive the anthem “sex, drugs, and rock and roll” from the face of the Earth. Turns out the prudes have some skeletons in their closets, drugs cloud the mind and obscure things happening in plain sight, and love is a difficult task that takes time to happen. Only the songs are clear and resonate well, including Joan Jett’s “I Love Rock and Roll,” Pat Benatar’s “Hit Me with Your Best Shot,” Bon Jovi’s “Wanted, Dead or Alive,” and Foreigner’s “I Want to Know What Love Is” and “Waiting for a Girl Like You.” Journey also had two important songs in the mix: “Any Way You Want It” and the key song “Don’t Stop Believin’.” The story, whatever there is of one, traces the ascendance of young Sherrie (Julianne Hough), an Oklahoma gal, who comes by bus to Los Angeles to fulfi ll her dream of becoming a singer. After her luggage and collection of vinyl LPs are stolen by a thug, Sherrie is befriended by Drew (Diego Boneta) who works in the Bourbon Room, a venue on L.A.’s Sunset Strip which is very popular and boasts big name acts. It’s owned by Dennis Dupree (Alec Bald-

win) who, along with his house manager Lonnie Barnett (Russell Brand), is struggling to keep the club viable, despite owing mucho back taxes. They hope an appearance by the heavy metal band Arsenal, fronted by the inimitable Stacee Jaxx (a very good Tom Cruise) will help them out of debt. They don’t know that Jaxx’ manager, Paul Gill (Paul Giamatti) is a cheat and will stiff them again. Despite all this, Drew gets Dennis to hire Sherrie as a waitress. Meanwhile, Sherrie falls for Drew, then Drew misunderstands an exchange between Stacee and Sherrie (lots of “e” sounds in those names) and storms off. Sherrie is shattered, quits the club, and eventually goes on to work doing pole dances in a strip club, owned by Justice Charlier (Mary J. Blige). Jaxx does an interview with Rolling Stone reporter Constance Sack (Malin Ackerman), is piqued with sexual desire, (I had a joke planned about Jaxx getting Constance into the sack, but I thought that too obvious) but fl ips her off with an offhand comment. Her article is highly negative, focusing on Jaxx’ immaturity and drunken nature, and certain truths come out about how Gill handles Jaxx’ and Arsenal’s money. In the further interim the wife of L.A.’s mayor, Patricia Whitmore (Catherine ZetaJones), a leading religious conservative, has been the foremost protester across the street from the Bourbon Room, while her husband

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Mike (Bryan Cranstron) has been playing patty-cake with his personal assistant. Both, it turns out, have these deep, dark secrets, but only one gets exposed. The love stories, between Sherrie and Drew, eventually between Stacee and Constance, and even between Dennis and Lonnie (yes, that occurs, too) are sweet (though it was difficult to tell whether the Dennis and Lonnie story was played for laughs or not), but highly predictable. The song choices for the most part work, but are overlong and drawn out, and the fi lm could spare fi fteen or twenty minutes, perhaps by cutting some music. The characters of the mayor and his wife are more like caricatures, and their protests, weak though they were, were largely ineffective. All in all “Rock of Ages” could use a shot of iron somewhere in the story, even some irony, though Cruise’s Stacee Jaxx was always watchable. His performance may have been ironic, it was hard to tell, but the rest of the fi lm was a distraction. See it for him and the songs. The rest – well, you can take it any way you want it. * * * On the animation front, we have “Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted,” a sweet fi lm for the whole family that centers on the idea that if everyone works together, good things happen. This is another fi lm in 3D, and I’m sure some of the circus acts would have been visually arresting with this technique, but it’s really not necessary to enjoy the fi lm. There’s enough action to keep even the littlest moviegoer riveted. The story centers on our foursome from the fi rst two “Madagascar” fi lms, Alex the lion (voiced by Ben Stiller), Marty the zebra (Chris Rock), Melman the giraffe (David Schwimmer), and Gloria the hippo (Jada Pinkett Smith). They are still stranded in Africa and want desperately to get back to Alex’s beloved Central Park Zoo, and they figure their only hope is the ingenuity of the penguins with their simian-powered super-airplane. The penguins, being the geniuses of the group, figure this out, too, and get a jump on them and take off in their plane with the monkeys. They fly to Monte Carlo with dreams of a major casino sting. The fearless foursome travel to Monte Carlo, too, with a plan to get the penguins to take them to New York. A very funny scene has them emerging from the Mediterranean with snorkels, Melman’s neck rising some 20 feet out of the water. Their plan goes awry, however, and they are eventually chased by the nastiest of the animal control officers, one Captain Chantel Dubois (voiced by Frances McDormand). If you’re an animal, especially one usually housed in a zoo, this is one lady you don’t want on your tail, as she makes a habit of mounting the heads of all her conquests on her office wall. The lone trophy without a head: you guessed it, the lion. Therefore, Alex has a huge target on his back. To escape the heat generated by Dubois and her minions, and to fi nd a way back to New York, the foursome join a traveling circus, the Circus Zaragoza, where they fall in with the likes of the grumpy tiger Vitaly (voiced by Bryan Cranston), Stefano the squeamish sea lion (Martin Short) and Gia the sultry leopard (Jessica Chastain). Our heroes have never done a circus act before (even though they tell the others they have), but that does not stop them from whipping up several acts which are nothing short of phenomenal. Watch what Marty does with his “Afro Circus” idea. Of course there are many things which happen that threaten the foursome’s return to New York, and the group is called upon to pull the circus together and even sharpen up the former acts, and all this with Dubois in close pursuit. Her character is obviously the villain of the fi lm, but lack of self-confidence and letting down your friends are also primary plot points. Dubois does give the film a fleeting moment of grandeur: to bring her animal control crew back to work after the animals have caused them great harm, she sings a stirring rendition of Edith Piaf’s “Non, je né regrette rein,” obviously for the adults in the audience. Great stuff. “Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted” won’t surpass some of the summer’s boffo hits, and may not even be the top animated fl ick of the season, but it wears its heart on its sleeve and will leave you smiling. As a summer fi lm, it can’t be judged any better than that.


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By MICHAEL MOLINARO orry about the rain, although I enjoy “ any day where I wake up,” said Dave Fair from the stage as The Mulch Brothers introduced themselves to the crowd a few songs into their first set at The Sea Shell last Friday. While more than one band at locations on or near LBI reportedly canceled following the daylong thunderstorm, the Nashville-based country band made sure the show went on. Then again, this is a band that’s played venues like The Wild Beaver Saloon. With the Shell typically known for its deejays on “Thunder Thursdays” and its rock cover bands on Saturdays, the club recruited The Mulch Brothers for a “Country Night” once a month this summer to offer something new and fulfill the demand of the increasingly popular genre that is country. The Mulch Brothers are no strangers to the Jersey Shore. Mark Mulch is one-half of the two “brothers” in the band and grew up in Toms River. This led to connections with Rob Monte, the former Dog Voices front man who now runs Monte Entertainment. Monte books The Mulch Brothers’ New Jersey stints and still holds regular “pool parties” on Saturdays at the Shell. For Mulch, in between New Jersey and Nashville came New York, where he would give up a six-figure job as a music supervisor for ad agencies in Manhattan. “I wasn’t playing, writing or doing music anymore, and I just kind of got burned out from it all. I always wanted to move to Nashville and just took the plunge one day, quit my job and moved down.” The other “brother from another mother” is Nick Mulch, who formed the brotherhood with Mark eight years ago and moved to Nashville. With Nick’s girlfriend having recently delivered a child, Nick has been replaced on this year’s tour by Fair. Fair described Mark as “a smart music businessman, talented artist, great writer and really good to get drunk with.” Mark said Fair is “dynamic. Great songwriter and singer … but mostly dynamic.”

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SPREAD THE WORD: Mark Mulch (left) and Dave Fair (above) bring authentic Nashville flavor to the beach, while keeping club goers satisfied with popular covers. After five years of trying, The Mulch Brothers were signed to the indie label Savannah Records, and have had several releases and singles. One of them, “Love Run Wild,” took off on Sirius XM Satellite Radio and was put into regular rotation. The band launched their own tour based on fans who responded, wanting to know when they would be playing where they lived, and a circuit developed that continues to evolve each year. The band has also had several song placements in film and television ads. James Scott is a Nashville lead guitarist who joined the Brothers on Friday, emphasizing the sense of musical community and interchangeability present in Nashville today. “We got a rotating list of about four or five lead guitar-

ists. You call up someone a week before a gig and they’ll learn 60 songs in a matter of days,” Mulch said. Drummer Mike “Fergie” Ferguson is the Southern “rock” of the band, having grown up in Louisiana and Texas. He dropped a strong backbeat and was a head-banging mess throughout the night. With solid Nashville-caliber talent throughout the band, The Mulch Brothers present themselves as a unique cover band due to a broad spectrum of influences, while they still maintain integrity as songwriters by slipping in originals. “Even when we kick into an original, most people think it’s just another country song they haven’t heard yet.”

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For Ferguson, influences include The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin and “anything that ever made you stop and go, ‘what the f*** was that?’” Other band members cite influences from John Lennon to Johnny Cash, and from Keith Urban to Van Halen. The show was about a 60/40 mix of covers/ originals, beginning with the latter, the upbeat, danceable “Crazy Farm.” “We try to do something for everyone, but what we have fun doing,” said Mulch “We play what we really like,” said Fair. Fair’s black, Martin acoustic sliced through the mix and often harmonized well with Scott’s electric. His lead vocal skills stood out on songs like “Steal My Kisses” and harmonica solos recalled hints of John Popper. The sound was mixed well and vocal harmonies were on point. Stage presence throughout the night was Continued on Page 58, Sec. 2

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series of short films and videos, many of them animation shorts, will flash across the screen when the Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences welcomes back the 31st Black Maria International Film Festival, Saturday, June 30, at 8 p.m. The Black Maria Festival is named after Thomas Edison’s Film Studio, the world’s first motion picture studio built in West Orange in 1893. Festival founder and director John Columbus will answer questions on the f ilms for this presentation, which caps off the festival’s national tour of 65 museums, colleges and cultural centers. The wide-ranging group of topical short films was culled from 500 or more submissions. “I always look forward to the Loveladies program because it’s like coming home to folks who are on the same wavelength, to an appreciative and sophisticated, Continued on Page 58, Sec. 2

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Enjoy the great bay views from this well maintained reverse living bayblock home, located in a private section of Holgate. The kitchen, bathrooms and flooring were redone in 2005. The sunroom addition and decking were added in 2009. Four bedrooms, 2½ baths, family room, sunroom, wood floors throughout, vaulted ceilings in the living area, large master suite, central air plus two additional zones, outdoor shower, brick driveway, fenced yard, spot for an elevator and plenty of room for a pool. $949,000

One of a Kind Oceanside retreat located in a nice neighborhood. Great summer house, but a spectacular year-round home. This home is in move in condition and includes many upgrades and unique architectural designs. Featuring 4 bedrooms,plus den and three full bathrooms. Open living area with vaulted ceilings and stone fireplace. Two zone HVAC and plenty of parking. Great views. $889,000

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Immaculate bayblock retreat. This home is in move in condition. It has never been rented. There is plenty of off street parking. Interior features include 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths and an open living area with vaulted ceilings. The master suite runs the width of the house and has an oversized walk in closet. There is central air conditioning and separate heating for each room. Great bay views from the main living area and front deck. The yard is fenced and the backyard is very private. $769,000.

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One off the beach. Four bedroom with den and 3½ baths. Reversed living home with ocean and bay views. Elevator ready. Many upgrades include hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, central vacuum, granite counters, stainless appliances, crown moldings, two zone HVAC, two master suites. $1,099,000

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angst, you relived every moment on the long ride back to the beach. I have vivid memories of morning dew on the grass at Waterloo Village in northwest New Jersey 20 years ago this August. It was the second Lollapalooza. Pearl Jam had released Ten earlier that year and everyone was enamored with all things Seattle. Vedder and Co. capped their set with Neil Young’s “Keep on Rockin’ In the Free World.” And as my friends and I were quite sure we had just witnessed an event that would change the history of mankind, a tanned fellow in sunglasses walked past. “Hey, weren’t you dudes checking the surf in Harvey Cedars yesterday?” Dude?! We immediately recognized him from Cape May Avenue and exchanged the usual gushings of good waves and great music, cementing the intrinsic connection between swell and soundwaves. But rounding up the sandy troops in the van – be they hip hop, hardcore or hippies – certainly didn’t start with my generation. Surfers have packed up vans and sometimes little bags of oregano and driven out to concerts for decades. There was the Atlantic City Pop Festival with most of the Woodstock lineup two weeks before that famed event, the Grateful Dead at Raceway Park in Englishtown or Springsteen at the Vet in ’85. “I remember going to see Jorma Kaukonen with George Michallis and Ed Aniski around ’77 in Philly somewhere,” says Jack Ryan, “and in ’82, seeing the Rolling Stones at JFK with a crew of the Beach Haven boys. And the music was great.” My memories are Rage Against the Machine whipping the crowd into such frenzy on a dry field in ’93 that it formed a full dust storm. Then there was the first Warped Tour with Orange

9MM and Quicksand in Debris-bythe-Sea-era Asbury Park. (Little did we know when we saw Sublime that Bradley Nowell would overdose a year later and “What I Got” would become a lame cover band staple.) There’s no way I can forget riding overhead swell courtesy of Hurricane Bonnie in 1998 on the way to see 7 Seconds, Sick of It All and H2O at Alive and Well Fest. Or running into friends from the Island and sharing pizza in Bound Brook, right before Vision and Avail tore the roof off some now defunct venue called “The Palace.” And, of course, when Face to Face played the Trocadero for their farewell tour in 2004 (total b.s., no one breaks up anymore) half the pit was the same guys who surf every day in Surf City. Reggae Sun Splash at the Garden State Arts Center in ’93, Hot Water Music and Alkaline Trio at the Plea for Peace Tour in 2001, or Bad Brains, the Bouncing Souls and Lucero crushing the School of Rock Fest in Asbury in ’07, and for that matter seeing Midnight Oil, the Hoodoo Gurus, or TSOL – these are simply some of our most treasured summer nights. My tastes veer toward punk, but I’m sure the folks who went to LiveAid, Woodstock II, Ozzfest, Rock the Bells or Virgin Fest feel the same way. So, what fests and shows do we have to look forward to this year at the Jersey Shore? English Beat is at the Stone Pony on July 13. For all you granolas, Billabong free surfer/ bluesman Donovan Frankenreiter is at the Stone Pony on July 20, Matisyahu plays on July 22, and Rusted Root jams that legendary venue on July 27. If you’re into surf guitar, Dick Dale plans to shred Joey Harrison’s Surf Club in Ortley Beach on July 24. For those of us with more punk rock urgency, the Brighton Bar in Long Branch will host D-Generation

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y now you’ve likely heard someone talking about the big Orion Music and More Festival in Atlantic City last weekend. Likely, they were waving their hand around in the internationally recognized “devil horns” (pointer and pinky straight up to the sky, usually associated with tongue hanging out), talking about … “Dude, Metallica!” The iconic band headlined both nights at Bader Field on Saturday and Sunday. Now, I’m not much of a metal head, but it was 38 bands running the gamut from thrash to indie, country and funk, plus comedy, art and film, all curated by Metallica. Summer is here and it’s ready to rock. Last August I was doing some reporting at a music fest in Philly. It was a three-day ordeal, and I chose the night when a bunch of solid bands were playing, many reunited from years past. As I sought shade from the city sun, waiting for my press pass, I watched a Jeep Cherokee pull up and no fewer than seven kids get out. They even opened the hatch for the young homies in the back. And while I’m not a backstage kind of guy, I would have access to such “luxuries” as drinking water and maybe a chair at some point that day. But at that moment, I was so jealous of those teenagers – a whole crew who had saved their money and piled into that truck with the promises of sweaty sing-alongs, 7-inch records, and punk rock pile-ons. All I could think about was those epic summer shows and festivals that I’d been to when I was younger. You would find another busboy or waiter to cover your shift, assemble the ragtag hooligans that you surfed with, get an early session, then head to some field or dirty club where you rocked until the headlining act played their final encore. And fired up with youthful

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GLIDER GIRL: Steff Mags of Beach Haven West took first place in the Women’s Division at SkimBash 2012, held in Sea Bright on June 23 and 24. on July 6 and then Agent Orange on Aug. 8. NYC hardcore legends Underdog (original Belmar surfers/ skaters) will be at Paul’s Tavern in Belmar on July 21 with Jersey ska stalwarts, Inspector 7. My personal favorite venue, Asbury Lanes, has Death By Stereo and Ensign on July 5, and Shonen Knife on July 20. And that’s just the stuff happening within spitting distance of the Atlantic Ocean. “This Is Hardcore” Fest will run Aug. 9 to 12 in Philly. And this year, I assembled my crew so I’m not alone and pining for the good ol’ days. As a rule, I usually promote local events over leaving LBI. Frankly, there’s nowhere better to be when the brutal heat kicks in than our lovely sandbar. Unfortunately, summer crowds want to hear the same cover bands and Jimmy Buffett tributes. And it’s understandable. If pop rep-

etition keeps locals fed and lets us buy tickets to Brooklyn’s Riot Fest this September, then grill up a big “cheesy” Burger in Paradise and play Blink-182 for the thousandth time. Because until Nardi’s books Hot Snakes or Rick’s American Café can bring back the Dead Milkmen, appreciators of original music will have to pack the cooler and head west on 72. June 2012 continues to be a very good month for surf. I don’t know the last time I’ve gotten so many calls, texts and e-mails about the waves, and I’m now thoroughly convinced that Facebook is the worst. “Look at me … I got great waves … hooray for me.” Like me, like me, like me! But despite my disdain for social media, the surf has been respectable at a time of year when we could be Continued on Page 46, Sec. 2

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Continued from Page 45, Sec. 2 having days and days of nothing-to-junk. Last Tuesday, when that northeast blow finally moved out, there was a solid little thigh to chest-high line in Surf City before the wind came up. Here it was, June, fun waves and no one around. So the streak couldn’t continue, right? Actually it did, as everyone who surfed the South End raved about rippable lefts. The surf forecasts hadn’t been calling for anything, and here we are with decent surf, free of spring’s rubber shackles. “This past week, Bill McLennan and I surfed Monday through Wednesday and it was just on fire. Monday was solid waist to chest-high and connecting from about 20 yards off the rocks all the way to the sand. Tuesday the wind was on a little out of the south, but it was still doing its thing. Wednesday was the day. Bill, my buddy Dave Talbot, Jeremy and I were out just having a blast,” reports Southern Regional administrator Joe Medica. Hey, the vice principal enjoys summer as much as anyone. “By the time we got out of the water the tide was popping, and as people showed up around 6:30, they were saying, ‘not that good, huh?’ They had no idea what they missed. Probably one of the longest waves I’ve had on LBI. It was glassy and just crazy long, fast peelers that went the whole length of the beach. You would get an unreal wave and then walk down the beach back to the jetty and watch as your buddy was doing the same. Bill actually surfed again on Thursday morning. He said it was a couple feet smaller but still doing its thing.” Thursday afternoon a few tiny, clean lines popped up again. At this point, we knew that the northeast blow was over and this had to be coming from some other source. But where? Maybe Tropical Storm Chris, which had formed way out in the Atlantic. That brings me to the next topic of conversation, which is that of tropical weather in general. I have to remind everyone again that this summer was forecasted to be quiet on the hurricane front, but here we are with the fourth named storm, Debbie (another record breaker), and the season has barely begun. As Debbie makes landfall around the Florida panhandle, it does seem very likely that she will cross Florida and get out into the Atlantic. We could potentially see our fourth tropical swell of 2012 this week. And while we’re on craziness, how about this weather? Last Thursday felt like we were selling hot dogs in Libya. It’s awesome when so many people drop whatever they’re doing on a weekday to come down and jump in the ocean. Maybe that’s why Comcast service was down for so long. “Hey Mac, should we get back to fixing that fiber that the AC Electric guys cut?” “Yeah Jim, but it’s just sooooo hot out. Besides, I see those electric guys over there on the Hawaiian Punch raft. You mind putting more lotion on my back?” The one nice thing about a New Jersey heat wave is that it ends in dramatic fashion. I looked at the radar mid-morning last Friday and there was barely a red spot on the map. Then by 3 p.m., you could do the backstroke down the Boulevard. The surf was dead flat, so no one had to miss waves for the barrage of lightning that lasted five hours. Not much of a beach day, but how nice did that wind feel when it first rolled in? And if the adage of rain on your wedding day being good luck is true, then Island artist Cheryl Syminik and photog Jack Reynolds might win the lottery and move to Hawaii this year. In the skimboarding news department, congrats to Steff Mags of Beach Haven West who owned the women's division at the Skim Bash in Sea Bright this weekend. Manahawkin’s Siobahn McAullife took third. It appears we have some real female talent in our shorebreak. Kyle Calandra of Ship Bottom took third in the men’s semi-pro division. And just like that, the big 4th weekend is here. It happens so fast, doesn’t it? Folks start coming down in April to open their houses, then the lights go on, the temp hits 100, and bang – it’s here! Continued on Page 48, Sec. 2


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On Sunday, July 1, Surf Shack South hosts the Exile Skimboards Skim Series, backed by Jetty, Freak Traction, Let’s Party! and Free2Ride. The objective is to give all skill levels a taste of competition in a relaxed environment. The following series events are scheduled for July 15 and Aug. 1, with the championships set for Aug. 15. They all run at 5 p.m. at Taylor Avenue in Beach Haven. Entry is $10. On the actual 4th, the ever-busy Jetty and Farias crews will have the Independence Day Swap Meet and Tent Sale hosted at the home compound of waterman/entertainment director Billy Mehl. This is a good match, as it’s possible that Jetty throws more events than anyone on the Island, and Mehl and company have a knack for getting into the spirit and dressing up for pretty much any occasion. Folks are encouraged to bring their surf gear (or anything to hock) to the shindig to buy, sell and trade, along with deals on Jetty stuff. There will be a BBQ as well as some yard games. Can’t lose with that deal. On Thursday, July 5, the eve of Barnegat Bay Fest, the Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences will host a screening of “Bag It,” the award-winning documentary about plastics – specifically plastic bags that are choking our environment. I encourage everyone to see this film to educate ourselves and maybe, just maybe, LBI can be one of those places where people prove that we don’t need a toxic tote to carry a bar of wax out of the surf shop. And finally, two weeks ago, we reported on the passing of former Island surfer Ben Rasmussen. Friends of Ben will host a memorial paddle-out ceremony at 30th Street, Barnegat Light at 8:30 a.m. on July 7. All who knew him are invited to celebrate his life. * joncoen@thesandpaper.net

Overheard this week … at the Sleepy Hollow Restaurant and Pub, West Creek: “I thought you two already knew each other.” “I know him musically. Now I know his name.” * “The more you love music, the more music you love.” * “On the last day, I fell asleep in the Gulf of Mexico, and I got crispy.”

… at Doyle’s Pour House, Tuckerton: “All the children I used to babysit are, like, 18-yearolds now.”

… in Surf City: “Well, I guess I’m just going to have to fi nd a reason to eat more cheese.”

... at The Upstairs, at the Dutchmans Brauhaus: “I can’t leave now, they’re about to get funky.”

… at the Jazzy Scallop and Seafood Festival, Barnegat Light: Emcee: “I just like doing this because I like when no one pays attention to me.” * Chef: “Pasta was actually invented by the Chinese, but the Italians think they invented it like they think they invented everything.”

… at Howard’s Seafood Restaurant, Beach Haven Gardens: Chef/owner: “I remember Freedom Fries.”

… at the Sea Shell, Beach Haven: Band member: “He’s the original Fergie. Fergie stole the name from him.” * Band member to crowd: “All right, that’s $100 for ‘Freebird.’”

... in Ship Bottom: Man referring to Jon Bon Jovi’s autograph on an air conditioning unit: “I remember that guy. He was pretty nice.”

... at the office: Disheartened single guy: “Ninety percent of the bar scene is just a setting for evil women to tease good men.”

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By PAT JOHNSON oing on the annual LBI Artists Open Studio Tour is not only educational but great fun as well, so an invitation to the family to tour with me on Sunday was in order. Barnegat Light artist Connie Pinkowski opened her photo studio and demonstrated her new love, encaustic painting, using her own photos as inspiration. I’ve heard of encaustic paintings for a long time. There seems to be a resurgence in using this ancient medium, but I had no idea what the supplies looked like or how one turned them into artwork. Her f inished work on square blocks of wood was deeply colorful and very shiny. If I didn’t know better, I would think they were ceramic or glass tiles, but they had a watery depth, reminding me of Monet’s paintings. A generous artist, Pinkowski was letting everyone who walked in the door try their hand at encaustic painting. The individual wax blocks look like colorful hotel soaps, and they sit there inert until one adds heat. The board that will receive the encaustic must be heated to 200 degrees Fahrenheit, the same as the pallet and the brushes. This is achieved by the use of a heat gun and a hot plate. “It’s the oldest form of painting,” said Pinkowski. “It started in Egyptian times when they would paint their boats, because they could put it in water and it wouldn’t affect the paint. They also started putting it in their tombs.” Pinkowski pressed a brush and a board into a tourist’s hand, “Go for it – make your mark on it,” she said, laughing. Pinkowski said once the painting was done and the wax had dried, the process wasn’t over. The wax would start to cloud over almost immediately, but a bit of rubbing every day

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would bring the shine back. “Then the shine starts to stay. It takes a while; three months. You can use a cloth, but using the palm of your hand makes you part of the painting.” We made a second stop in Barnegat Light, at the home of Ann Roantree, a weaver. Roantree said the tour was very successful. “We had over 100 people yesterday (Saturday).” Roantree was prepared for them; she had her small table loom set up for weaving, numerous colorful wool rugs on the floor and walls, table linens and lovely scarves displayed nicely. Her husband, a ceramic artist, also displayed his work. “We’re both architects and planners and we still have our architectural business in Philadelphia, and that’s where I have my main studio. But here in Barnegat Light I can do my small work and I like the natural light, so I do all my hand work here,” Roantree said. “I grew up in a house where we were taught all the traditional hand skills. By the time I was 5 or 6, we were learning how to knit, how to sew, do needlepoint, so I’ve always done something in fiber my whole life, and my father was a master quilter. Ten years ago I said I really want to learn how to weave, so I went to a weaving cooperative out near Gettysburg and I had an ‘Ahaa!’ moment on the loom. I’ve done many things in my life, but I sat down at the loom and I never had an experience like that before, and I’ve been weaving ever since. “I’ve found my niche,” said Roantree. “I’m primarily a rug weaver; I like working in a large-scale format. I love contemporary paintings and I like using the fiber medium to play with color. It looks like a two-dimensional work, but on the loom, you really work three-dimensionally: color dives down; color pops up, so it’s different. “It’s very mathematical because

you are thinking two-dimensionally and three-dimensionally at the same time. In some ways, it’s the same process as doing architecture, but now it’s in fiber. I do design drawings, I sketch, I draw, I work on the computer while I develop ideas, until it gets more and more advanced, and then I translate it into a pattern. I make all my mistakes on paper. Fiber is expensive. Even the price of cotton is going up, so I try and make all my mistakes on paper. “And all my fiber is from U.S. sources,” she continued. “I’m in touch with people all over the country from New Mexico to Maine looking for sheep, wool that’s being spun, wool that’s being dyed, so I’m committed not just to doing the work, but working with other fiber artists all over the country. “A lot of my work is double layered. I always work on both sides, and sometimes it’s a positive-and-negative effect. My rugs can be flipped over, turned around, and they really are long-wearing. They are made of wool and stand up to being stood on, and my dogs are quality control. If they can stand up to two sheep dogs running around the house, they can stand up to anything.” Over at artist Linda Ramsay’s house in High Bar Harbor, Ramsay was celebrating a big sale; a customer had just purchased two of her larger acrylic paintings. We walked through an outside gallery (a tent and her garage) to the back yard, and there was the view: Barnegat Bay, the salt marsh, and myriad boats parading back and forth. Every year during the tour Ramsay invites her Rutgers-Camden campus painting alumni to paint plein air in her back yard. On Saturday, the group’s painting instructor, John Giannotti (now retired), had been there to reconnect, and Lora Urbanelli, the director of Montclair Art Museum, also stayed for a crowded dinner of 14. Ramsay and her husband, Dave, put

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INSIDE, OUTSIDE: The annual Open Studio Tour by all accounts was a success for artists and visitors alike. (Clockwise from top left) Weaver Ann Roantree displays her woven wares in her Barnegat Light home. Painter Linda Ramsay puts the finishing touches on a crab. Tourist Theresa Connolly takes up an invitation to paint in encaustic from artist Connie Pinkowski. up as many as wanted to stay in their three-bedroom house, so the next day there were fewer painters. But Carol Nash had finished a lovely self-portrait in the two days, and Bob Minnick was working with rather thick oils on a luscious view of the bay. Then it was on to the Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences to introduce a niece with a love of ceramics to the program there. Ceramics instructor Kerith Creo was in the midst of a hand-building class but took us through the ceramics department, showed the electric kilns, the massive gas kiln and the Raku kiln

out back, then hand-building tools and the potter’s wheel. She suggested the Adventures in Clay program as a good way to start, though a teen with experience would be welcome in the adult classes. Long-time LBIF instructor, artist and legend Marvin Levitt breezed through and invited us up to his sculpture studio. Levitt has been at LBIF almost from its beginning, having been taught sculpture by LBIF founder Boris Blai. Next was a quick stop at Mary Tantillo’s private studio in Harvey Cedars to see glass art on display, Continued on Page 52, Sec. 2


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What’s Next in Store For Maggio’s Products? By KELLEY ANNE ESSINGER hen The SandPaper spoke with Brant Beach resident and Viavo business owner Stacey Maggio, she was driving down the highway with the sun shining in her eyes and the warm breeze blowing through her hair. But she wasn’t heading to Long Beach Island, and she wasn’t breaking any highway safety laws, either. She was being chauffeured to the Luxe Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, where she was staying the night before heading to the Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards at the Beverly Hilton in Hollywood on Saturday night. Viavo Organic Body Polish, Maggio’s newest avocado-based beauty product, had been hand-selected to premiere in the Emmy nominees’ gift bags. Maggio couldn’t have been more ecstatic about the opportunity. “I was part of the bag assembly yesterday, and there’s about 30 other companies here, of which I was the only one who gave away a full retail-sized beauty product,” Maggio exclaimed. “It’s pretty neat to be behind the scenes and to see some of the other entrepreneurs and their products. Other people are giving out coupon codes or smaller sample sizes, but no one else elected to give out a full-sized product. So I think I’m really going to stand out and make a good impression here tomorrow night.” The Emmys picked up the organic beauty product after watching a YouTube video titled “Preserve Your Sexy with Viavo,” which Maggio created through an Internet marketing Continued on Page 52, Sec. 2

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Continued from Page 51, Sec. 2 company called “I wear your shirt.” She paid just $70 for the 66-second trailer, and thought every penny was worth it. “A $70 YouTube video got me to Hollywood!” Maggio said with a laugh. “That’s a pretty powerful medium when you think about what print campaigns are costing people versus all the free mediums that are available through social networking. That’s where I’m directing my business this year moving forward.” Maggio has been spending her summers on the Island with her family since the time she was 3 years old. After graduating from the University of Colorado with a communications degree, she eventually moved out to California, where she began working in the marketing department at Sony Electronics. After obtaining her esthetician’s license, she decided to combine her passion for beauty with her background in marketing and launch her own beauty line.

Maggio decided to center her beauty products around Southern California, the avocado capital of the world – a niche she found came with a good reputation. Avocados consist of a natural oil that’s renowned for its skinsoftening fatty acids. Chock full of vitamins A, B, D and E, avocado oil is also known for its anti-wrinkle and antioxidant properties. Having found her forte, Maggio decided to name her company after the saying viva la avocado, or “long live the avocado,” and in 2006 Viavo was born. The business went dormant for a few years after Maggio began suffering from sarcoma of the eye, a rare, inoperable cancer. She moved back to the Island to be closer to her doctors and her family, where she laid low for a couple of years before “resurrecting” Viavo in 2010. Since then, things have been moving in an upward spiral for both Maggio and her company. Maggio hopes the Emmys will help take her beauty products to the next level. She said having one of her best beauty products in the hands of big-name celebrities is the kind of “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” every entrepreneur dreams about.

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Continued from Page 50, Sec. 2 slumped-glass soap holders (heated glass “slumped” over a mold), Beach Baby Beads and pretty glass window ornaments with LBI sand trapped inside, fused glass beads and a swirling “Hurricane Guardian” to capture good vibes. Our last stop as a family was over at the m.t. burton gallery in Surf City. Matt Burton gave a tour through the gallery, pointing out different ceramic artists’ work and explaining how many were made, his own included. Then we went to the clay studio, where a newer gas kiln was the centerpiece. Burton instructs in hand building and throwing on the wheel. Besides knowing how to create a pot or a sculpture, there’s a lot of science involved in creating the glazes, he told us. “It really is an endless process; you can always learn something new,” he said. “I was a painter in school, but I took a class in ceramics, and that was it for me.” As the family went off to a late lunch, I wandered down to my last stop of the day, Cathleen Engelsen’s historic home down just two blocks from the Boulevard in Surf City. True to her word, she had employed a friend, Marc Halikas, to play jazz guitar. Other friends were sitting enjoying cookies and mimosas on the porch. In Engelsen’s shaded yard, her small original paintings hung from clotheslines and waved dreamily in the breeze from the bay. I took the LBI Artists’ Open Studio Tour at a leisurely pace, enjoying it all. Next year, perhaps I’ll make the grand tour, two days and enough time to hit every stop, and meet every artist, old and new friends alike. * patjohnson@thesandpaper.net

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By RICK MELLERUP an of La Mancha,” run“ ning through July 8, is the first full-scale effort of the season by the Ocean Professional Theatre Co., the area’s new troupe spearheaded by Steve Steiner, the former artistic director at Beach Haven’s Surflight Theatre. May’s “Nunset Boulevard,” a piece of comedic fluff with a small cast, a rudimentary set, and a short run of less than a week, was a mere warm-up exercise, hardly a challenge to either the company or the audience. However the OPTC is going all out with “La Mancha,” bringing in a star in John Davidson, employing a strong supporting cast, building a substantial set and performing 23 shows over three weeks. In other words, Steiner and Co. set the bar high for the first-year theatrical company and the obvious question to local theatergoers was this: Could the OPTC clear the height on its first attempt? Would Steiner and the members of his team, many of whom had worked with him at Surflight, be able to match the rather high standard of theatrical excellence he had set over the course of a decade at Surflight? The answer is a resounding yes! Of course “La Mancha” was a rather obvious choice as the OPTC’s first big musical. It had been performed twice during Steiner’s tenure at Surflight and drew large crowds – especially a few years ago when Davidson was the headliner – and earned Ryan Morrill solid reviews. So when Steiner was QUIXOTIC: John Davidson (center), 70, commands able to secure Davidson for another run, as well as the fiery Heather Pro- the stage in the multilayered starring role. The Ocean vost, who had twice played Aldonza Professional Theatre Co. has set the bar high. for him, and the ultra-professional Andrew Glant-Linden, who had directed both The triple-but-related roles of Miguel de Surflight productions, choosing “La Mancha” Cervantes, Alonso Quijana and, especially, Don was a no-brainer. Quixote are tailor made for Davidson at this point Glant-Linden, knowing it isn’t wise to fix of his career. He is now 70, which allows him to something that isn’t broken, made no substantial play the aging dreamer/romantic convincingly changes from his last “La Mancha” at Surflight. and touchingly. His voice may not be as strong Yet this show seemed slightly superior to the as it was just a few years ago, as signs of age already-fine effort of a few years back. are finally peeking through his confident stage One could see the OPTC was making a seri- presence, but even that made his performance ous statement as soon as one walked into the more authentic. Barnegat High School auditorium, which Steiner If there was one problem with Davidson’s perhas rented for the season. The set, a dungeon of formance it is that he sacrificed diction in favor the Spanish Inquisition, was spectacular, well, at of emotion. I can’t be a good judge, being very least as spectacular as a dungeon can be. Dark familiar with the show and lines, but I overheard and multi-leveled, it seemed to grow out of some audience members saying they were havthe gray cinderblock walls of the theater itself. ing a difficult time understanding him at times. Any question about the OPTC’s commitment to Which can be dangerous in a show such as “La production values was immediately answered – Mancha,” which features a play-within-a-play – a the group is willing to spend time and money few people mentioned they were struggling a bit on its sets. to keep up with the story line and the changes Then there was Davidson, who made his from the dungeon scenes to the imaginary scenes name in TV during the 1960s, ’70s and ’80s from out of Cervantes’ groundbreaking novel. hosting the shows “That’s Incredible!,” “Time It can all get rather confusing: Machine” and “Hollywood Squares,” as well as Cervantes is thrown into the dungeon bebeing one of the four “regular” guest hosts of cause, as a part-time tax collector, he made the “The Tonight Show With Johnny Carson.” He’s foolish mistake of foreclosing on a church! He also, though, built a long stage resume. Davidson and his servant Sancho (Rick Grossman, the made his Broadway debut in 1964 in “Foxy,” nephew of Irving Jacobson, who originated the starring Bert Lahr. He returned to the Great role on the New York stage back in 1965) are White Way in 1996, playing the lead in Rodg- immediately set upon by some of the common ers and Hammerstein’s “State Fair” (where he thieves and murderers who share space with the met Steiner, a member of the cast). The veteran political and religious prisoners. The kingpin of performer has performed on stages throughout the prison gang, “The Governor” (Steiner), tells the country and became an audience favorite at the duo they must undergo a trial of their peers, Surflight appearing in shows such as “A Funny even before dealing with the judges of the InquiThing Happened on the Way to the Forum,” sition. Cervantes convinces him that he should “State Fair,” “Kismet,” “Chicago,” “Shenandoah” be allowed to present his defense in the form of and “Will Roger’s Follies.” a play, in which all of the prisoners can be cast.

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SWANKY SOIREE: (Top) About 100 invited guests gathered at the LBI Foundation of the Arts and Sciences on Saturday evening for cocktails, dinner (catered by Foodies) and dancing in the main gallery. (Above, from left) Event committee co-chairs Steve and Lynne Secunda, along with board of trustees President Olivia Sheridan, share a few words of welcome and thanks. Now begins the play-within-a-play. An aging country squire, Alonso Quijana, accompanied only by his loyal servant, leaves his distraught family to seek out glory as a knight, Don Quixote. To say that he’s delusional would be an understatement. Don Quixote battles a windmill, convinced it is a giant four-armed giant conjured up by an evil magician called the Enchanter. He then spots a distant, rundown inn and believes it is actually a castle and that its keeper (Steiner) is its liege. Strangest of all, he believes that Aldonza

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By VICTORIA LASSONDE he only way to get it is to show up. The Upstairs has staked its claim as the one true regular spot for real live blues in the area, as far as anybody can tell this side of Asbury to the north, AC to the south and, arguably, Philly to the west – though some say the blues scene even there has waned in recent years. “The Upstairs After Dark” is the full name of the newly opened entertainment room above the Dutchman’s Brauhaus on Cedar Bonnet Island, where the scene will be repeated every Monday night through Labor Day. T h is week Pat K a r wa n a nd Friends kicked off the summer-long series, a Monday night pairing of blues and tapas, featuring harmonica player and Blues Hall of Famer Rob Paparozzi, who will return on occasion. Blues rocker “Flamin’ Harry” McGonigal appears on July 16 and Aug. 31. Other nights may feature members of the Blues Brothers, possibly including Manahawkin resident Tommy McDonnell, and others who happen to come down and gather to play, as musicians in search of fellow musicians and the right environment tend to do. The burgeoning blues presence here is to the credit of several visionaries and players who have drawn on their respective resources and networks of musician friends to bring in acts that suit the space with a bluesy, jazzy, funky style. Karwan, a jazzy blues guitarist with precision and soul, and Paparozzi, onetime front man for Blood, Sweat and Tears, grew up together in Linden in the 1960s, making music and mischief together and fi nding their paths through music. Karwan lives in Toms River now. Paparozzi lives in Cranford and has a house in Little Egg Harbor Township. Karwan is a longtime friend of Dutchman’s co-owner David Schmid, who set him up with a standing gig at the Spray Beach Inn about five years ago. Paparozzi has helped lead the effort to invite friends and former bandmates from up north and additional acts with local ties, such as Philly-based harmonica player Mikey Junior and the Stone Cold Blues, guitarist Paul Plumeri and Manahawkin-based band The Nitecrawlers. Karwan opened the show for Paparozzi and bandmates Ed Iglewski on bass and John Ferrari on drums. But after 8 p.m. they were all playing together and invited guest bass player Gerald Carboy, a friend of Karwan and Paparozzi’s for some 40 years, to join them for a few. “We got a lot of famous people here tonight; they just don’t know it,” Karwan mumbled good-naturedly into the mike between numbers, in his trademark way. Soon after followed a rollicking “Let the Good Times Roll.” And roll

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they did. The goal, or vision, for the Monday night series is to cultivate a home for the blues, to attract those who enjoy the music as well as those who participate in it, which is increasingly hard to fi nd, Karwan explained. He and his musical cohorts want to create an opportunity for the whole scene to flourish – an opportunity enhanced by sound engineer Brian Eastburn’s keen ear for tuning a room. “I’ve been playing for 50 years,” Carboy said. “I moved to Bayville (from Bricktown) thinking I’d get gigs in AC and New York. Nothing. I’m so glad he’s doing something like this in Ocean County.” Plenty of other blues lovers are glad, too, as evidenced by the turnout of dozens who filled the tables throughout the venue, undaunted by the rain activity that may have kept less enthusiastic party people off the road. Among the audience members, which included two Zydeco dancers and lots of locals and band supporters, were two young fans and members of the local band Collateral Jammage, Greg and Mike Warren, students and admirers of Karwan’s. The idea of the student-teacher relationship is especially important in the blues, given that the intent

The goal, or vision, for the Monday night series is to cultivate a home for the blues, to attract those who enjoy the music as well as those who participate in it. behind the music is to leave a lasting impression, not just on the listener but on the genre as a living, changing entity. The most effective way to do that is to pass along some of the fundamentals to the next generation, to carry on the tradition. Drummer John Ferrari, for one, teaches music at the Manhattan School of Music, Princeton University and William Paterson University. As Greg Warren pointed out, the time he and Karwan spend hanging out and talking during practice is just as valuable as the work itself. The feeling of the blues, which comes from the heart, is learned as much through experience as technique. And even those who have been playing for 50 years or more attest to the importance of continuing to practice and learn every day. Only when you’ve stopped learning, or when you

think you’ve stopped learning, is it time to throw in the towel, Karwan remarked. Paparozzi and Karwan traded a couple of quotes to that effect from some of the greats: Kenny Burrell said something like “Learn everything, and then throw it all away and play from your heart.” Also, “Play wrong notes. If you don’t play wrong notes, you’re not working hard enough.” “And Miles Davis said, ‘There are no wrong notes,’” Paparozzi added. Although freewheeling is part of what defi nes blues and jazz, both men recognize and appreciate the standards that lay the groundwork and enjoy the gigs that call for that. “I love standards. The writing allows you more expression on your soloing,” Karwan explained. Most important, even after a lifetime, performing is still fun. The circumstances of any given performance may not always be, Paparozzi said, but the music always is. It’s authentic, and so are the people who play it – as genuine as the music itself. Karwan said that’s because when you

play blues or jazz, you’re making the choice to put it all out there. On the stage, “you’re not hiding,” he said. Throughout two sets, Chuck Berry and Otis Redding were in good company with Steely Dan, Ray Charles and Blood, Sweat and Tears (“God Bless the Child,” by request), and original numbers went over just as well. Who can help dancing to Al Green’s “Take Me to the River”? Or Muddy Waters’ “Got My Mojo Workin’” or Bill Withers’ “Ain’t No Sunshine When She’s Gone”? The room is cool and cozy, with sliding doors leading out to the beer garden overlooking the bay. Lush couches arranged near the westfacing picture windows are perfect for sunset viewing. The tapas menu is small but plentiful, with smallportioned, savory dishes to accompany the savory sounds that fill the air. Radeberger Pils on tap is $3 and the blue martinis are a specialty. The crowd is welcoming and the dance floor beckons. And every Monday night, the music starts at 7. * victorialassonde@thesandpaper.net


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he area’s professional theater companies are sticking with the tried-and-true at the beginning of their summer seasons, hoping that well-known shows such as “Annie” and “Man of La Mancha” will draw large, life-sustaining audiences. So it was left to a relatively new community theater troupe, the Bellarine Theatre Co., to bring a relatively new show, “Next to Normal,” to Southern Ocean County. The company will be performing the musical this Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 28, 29 and 30, at 7:30 p.m. at the Pinelands Regional High School auditorium. The show is definitely new – it closed on Broadway on Jan. 16, 2011, after a run of 733 performances. “Next to Normal” is also critically revered. It was nominated for 11 Tony Awards in 2009 and won three. It didn’t win “Best Musical,” which was captured by “Billy Elliot.” It is probable, however, that Brian Yorkey, who wrote the book and lyrics, and Tom Kitt, who composed its score, quickly got over the slight by the Tony Award voters. After all, “Next to Normal” became only the eighth musical to win the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Finally, “Next to Nor mal,” energetically directed by Cameron Sammartano, is very different from your typical, old-fashioned, song-and-dance-and-a-funny-orromantic-story musical. The Pulitzer jury recognized that when it awarded the prize, noting that the show “expands the scope of subject

matter for musicals.” An old-fashioned musical wouldn’t have dealt with themes such as mental illness, suicide, drug use, psychiatry and suburban angst. The show opens late one night/ early one morning with Diana Goodman (Bellarine founder Jessica Lynn Evans) waiting for her teenage son and daughter to come home. The son, Gabe (AJ Mendini), arrives fi rst, the daughter, Natalie (Gabriella Grinwald-Alves), soon afterward. Diana is still up when her husband, Dan (Chris Huch), comes downstairs to get ready for his day. All’s pretty normal so far, right? But when Diana starts making the family sandwiches – on the floor! – it is obvious that things, at best, are only next to normal. Diana, who has suffered from bipolar disorder for 16 years, is treated with meds by a psychiatrist, Dr. Fine (John Condoleon). She soon becomes discouraged, however, when her daily pill regimen leaves her feeling absolutely nothing, which Fine considers a success. When Diana overhears a boy, Henry (Nick Melina), haltingly declare his love for Natalie and sees him give her his fi rst kiss, she regrets losing her highs and lows, especially her highs, singing one of the rock musical’s best songs, “I Miss the Mountains.” She follows Gabe’s advice and chucks the meds. There’s only one problem, which becomes evident a few weeks later when she brings a birthday cake to the dinner table, much to Dan and Natalie’s dismay. Gabe

Black Maria Continued from Page 42, Sec. 2 arts-oriented audience,” said Columbus. “I always make a special effort to bring the Long Beach Island Foundation’s patrons a selection of shorts that I know is going to be especially rewarding.” Among the films to be shown on Saturday is “Another Dress, Another Button,” a short animation about buttons and the vagaries of life. “Installation” is a captivating documentary about the construction of sculptor Richard Serra’s monumental “Sculpture Sequence” at Stanford University’s art museum.

Mulch Bros.

Continued from Page 42, Sec. 2 worthy of of a band playing Madison Square Garden for the first time, their smiles revealing an honest love for what they came to do. Ashlei Gaylor, 24, of Manahawkin and Aaron Tepper, 29, of Beach Haven Terrace were there Friday, as well as for a show that would follow Saturday at the Dutchman’s Brauhaus, after meeting the band at a work-related convention it played in Atlantic City. “They’re very fan-friendly,” said Gaylor. “They’re going to give us a shout-out for going to see them twice. They play a good mix of songs that people know.” At the convention, Tepper said, the band flexed its songwriting muscles. “They made a four- or five-minute song up on the spot about our office that was totally improvised and really well done. I also really like when they jam and go off and do the medleys. They get everybody

Jack Reynolds

CHANGE OF PACE: ‘Next to Normal’ is a critically revered stage musical that earned 11 Tony nominations in 2009 and has won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

An old-fashioned musical wouldn’t have dealt with themes such as mental illness, suicide, drug use, psychiatry and suburban angst. died 16 years before of an intestinal obstruction at the age of 18 months. Diana is off to another psychiatrist, Dr. Madden (also played by Condoleon). He gets to the root of her problems by hypnosis and Diana goes home to clean out her son’s things at last. But the ghost of Gabe won’t let her go, invites her to join him, and she tries to – by attempting suicide.

“Heritage Chutzpah” presents a short story about how the filmmaker’s secular family adjusts to a rumor that they are descended from a great 18th-century Hasidic leader. “Hip Priest” is a riveting narrative shot in black and white in Brooklyn. The protagonist is a sharp, street-savvy priest whose interaction with the local denizens is unorthodox and unexpectedly engaging. The film’s pacing, sense of place and Scorsese-like ambience pull the viewer into this moody and evocative narrative that won first prize in fiction in the Black Maria and other film festivals. “Penultimate” is a short about an artist with an obsession to collect unwanted pens and turn them into an art project. “Choreography for Plastic Army Men,” up and dancing.” During the band’s final set, they did just that for a late-night crowd that had stumbled in and found the dance floor. The Mulch Brothers suddenly became the quintessential shore cover band, playing immortal favorites like “Pour Some Sugar on Me,” “Use Your Love” and a medley that began and ended with “The Joker,” with snippets of “Billionaire,” “You Don’t Know How it Feels” and “Beverly Hills” woven in between. “I’m damn glad we did it,” said Mulch. “We make a living making music. I’d rather be doing that than anything else.” The band is technically “on tour” but always adding more dates as they go, traveling across the country. “There is no hard part,” Mulch said of being on tour. “Being away from home, but come on … we just have to say that.” The Mulch Brothers return next month, Friday, July 20 to the Sea Shell and Saturday, July 21 to the Dutchman’s Brauhaus. For more information log onto themulchbrothers.com. * michaelmolinaro@thesandpaper.net

In Act II, Diana, after some resistance (the song “Didn’t I See This Movie?” in which she remembers “McMurphy and the Nurse”), undergoes electroconvulsive therapy treatments for two weeks and shows a marked improvement. As the show goes on, however, one thinks not only of “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” but also of another Academy Award-winning film, “Charly,” in which a mentally retarded man receives surgery that shoots his IQ into the stratosphere. Charly, you see, starts to suffer a relapse, as does Diana. How will it all end? Come on, can’t give that away. Remember, though, that this is not your typical boy-meets-girl-and-all-is-well musical. “It is defi nitely a unique show,” said Huch. “I don’t think I can think

a short animated music video, features toy soldiers dancing to the instrumental track of “Ohayoo Ohio” by the band Pink Martini. “Places Other People Have Lived” is an exceptional mixed-media animation sweetly exploring the relationship between memory and place. The film won fi rst prize in animation for its collage-like animation, which offers bittersweet yet whimsical anecdotes, artful visuals and poignant reflections on the meaning of home, belonging and the indelibility of family ties. The documentary “No Wine Left Behind” tells the story of a young Iraqi war veteran who returns home looking for a job and lands an entry-level position at a winery where he learns the business and art of turning grapes into wine.

‘La Mancha’

Continued from Page 54, Sec. 2 the muleteers, but Aldonza, swept away by the old man’s courage and kindness, says she will attend to them instead. It is a mistake. She is brutally beaten and raped by them (and it is a brutal scene indeed – I’m surprised that Provost, who has moved on since her first appearance at Surflight about a decade ago to become a Tony-nominated Broadway producer, will subject herself once again to a scene that often leaves her limp and weeping offstage). Meanwhile, Quijana’s family is searching for him, especially Dr. Sanson Carrasco (Andrew Ryan Rix), the fiancé of the old man’s niece Antonia (Brittany Jeffrey). Anticipating psychiatry by a few hundred years, he plans on assuming the role of the “Knight of the Mirrors,” who will force Quijana to look at himself, both physically and emotionally, so that he may be rid

of another musical that has the same level of raw emotions throughout the performance. It’s defi nitely my favorite show.” Will everybody love “Next to Normal” as much as Huch does? Probably not; it may well be, like “Rent,” a love-it-or-hate-it kind of show. But thanks to the Bellarine Theatre Co., folks from Southern Ocean County will be able to give it a shot and make up their own minds, which is a great opportunity. Tickets for “Next to Normal” are $12 for adults and $10 for seniors and students (the show is PG-rated and not recommended for children although tickets are available for them at $8) and may be purchased at the door. — Rick Mellerup rickmellerup@thesandpaper.net

The short “A Declaration of Interdependence” revamps the words and rhythms of the Declaration of Independence to pay tribute to the intent of a global humanist, embracing a declaration for all peoples. “Night Hunter” has won awards in many festivals for its exquisitely crafted, handmade collages that incorporate images of Lillian Gish taken from silent-era, live-action cinema. “Night Hunter” evokes a mystical dreamscape drawn from allegory, myth and archetypes. The Black Maria Film Festival is sure to prompt conversations long after the lights go up and, for a $7 donation, is a real entertainment bargain. — Pat Johnson patjohnson@thesandpaper.net of his delusions. Will Carrasco restore Quijana to sanity? Or will he simply break his spirit? Meanwhile, back at the ranch, so to speak, will the prisoners allow Cervantes to live, and, more importantly, to keep the original manuscript of what is generally considered to be the first modern novel? And what of the judges of the Inquisition? “Man of La Mancha,” filled with wonderful songs (“I, Don Quixote,” “Dulcinea,” “I’m Only Thinking of Him” and, of course, “The Impossible Dream”), is a classic. It won five Tony Awards, including Best Musical, and has already been revived four times on Broadway, the last time in 2002. The fantastic, yet serious, show deserves to be treated with respect. The OPTC production is giving it its props. Tickets for “Man of La Mancha” are $35 for adults and $20 for children. They may be purchased online at oceantheatre.org, by phone at 609-312-8306 or at the box office a half-hour before curtain time. *


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ne hundred years ago, the nation was preparing for Independence Day; however, in the aviation world and at the Jersey Shore, thoughts weren't on the past, but the future. In Atlantic City, Melvin Vaniman, famed arctic explorer and photographer, was preparing his new Goodyear-constructed, 258-foot-long airship Akron for its attempted transatlantic flight. Vaniman had been the engineer on the 1910 failed attempt headed by Walter Wellman in the America. As June was coming to an end, Vaniman was preparing for one last test flight at his giant hangar located on the south side of Absecon inlet. He told the press, “I am perfectly certain that this invention, combined with a new woven steel wire fabric will solve the problem of the air. We will soon see such wonderful improvement that the public will realize the truth of my contention that the air must be conquered by the dirigible and not by the aeroplane. “I am positively certain that I can make the trans-Atlantic flight. I have made countless improvements in my balloons since the Wellman flight. I probably will not attempt the flight until I can construct a new balloon, but I cannot say about that. The Akron is the finest balloon in the world as she flies today.” July 2 was set for the test. Mrs. Vaniman and the wives of the crew had been living in cottages near the field. She remembered, “You can talk about women’s premonition, but when he left me at 2 o’clock this morning I had a forewarning of trouble. I am not a superstitious woman but I remember it clearly.” At a little after 6 a.m., all was ready. The New York Times reported, “To assist in the launching of the dirigible from its hangar the Atlantic City authorities had put at the service of Mr. Vaniman the Fire and Police Departments. Fire Chief William J. Black and three crews of firemen were on hand. Hauling on the ropes they steered the balloon safely out of the shed and held her fast. She was not fully inflated with gas, as it was expected that as she was exposed to the rays of the sun the hydrogen would expand, and allowance, it was believed, had been made for every peril from this direction.” The New York Tribune discovered there were some last-minute changes. Photographer Walter Crail told the story. “He and the wireless operator had not gone out this morning because it was thought their instruments would take up too much room. Usually there was a boat slung from the car, in which they sat, but it was left behind today.” (Presently, the lifeboat is in the Smithsonian Institution undergoing restoration before being put on display.) The Tribune continued, “Her commander had never lost confidence in her, however and believed in her safety and operation. This morning when he started out he kissed his wife and said, ‘This is the day I’ve been waiting for. She’ll make good today.’ “He waved his hand cheerily to the firemen and policemen who held the ropes, and gave the word to ‘Let her go.’” As the Akron gained altitude and headed out over the inlet, it seemed the entire population of Atlantic City poured onto the boardwalk to watch. According to the Times, “Then he made a semi-circle over the lower part of the city and passed near enough to the crowds who had gained the roofs of the cottages and hotels for them to hear the whirr of his motors. “The dirigible was moving on an even keel. Not a sign was apparent that she was not under perfect control, and could at any time turn east for her trip across the Atlantic. Vaniman and his crew could be plainly seen walking at ease along the deck. “None of the watchers thought of anything but the success that was attending the flight. As the great airship flew once more out over the inlet, the sun glistening on her taut skin, the cream-colored ship with the white line beneath stood out against the blue sky as a thing of marvelous grace and light. All those who watched her say it was a dazzling spectacle.” From the shore, the keeper of the life-saving station also watched.

“The dirigible was sighted by the keeper at 6:45 a.m., at which hour she was 1½ miles north of his station, and 1,000 feet, more or less, in the air. As he stood watching her through his glasses she ascended still higher, and started up the coast in the direction of Brigantine. When she reached an altitude of perhaps 2,000 feet, a dense cloud of smoke was seen to burst from her stern, immediately followed by a spurt of flame. Next, the rear of the giant envelope seemed to disintegrate, and the wrecked craft plunged downward. She had scarcely begun to drop when there was an explosion and a second outburst of fire. The forward end of the envelope now went to pieces and the demolished bag separated itself from the car, which thereupon turned and dropped endwise with accelerated speed. Just before the car completed its descent it turned in a horizontal position. It struck the water lengthwise, 200 feet from the beach and sunk to the bottom, which was at a depth of 8 feet.” The Tribune’s reporter was closer. “The Akron, which had been drifting lazily along in the air lanes, shot upward quickly, and then a tiny flash of light appeared atop the balloon. This spread like an electric spark, and a great burst of flame and smoke followed. “The bag split at the top. A deep rumble came across to the watchers, terrifying them into stillness. Yellow-gray smoke completely hid the Akron, billowing up around her, and then rolled in turgid clouds above her in the wind, The understructure ripped from its meshing and the forward part of the big gas bag upended, described a slow arc and then jumped in the air as the car tore free (and) fell into the ocean, never once turning in its dive. “Half way down the body of a man flew out of the car and rocketed to the ocean, striking the water before the understructure splashed a great wave fifty feet to the west of the man, who was Calvin Vaniman. The gas bag had wavered for a time, fluttered like a live thing, and then, crumpling into the semblance of a wrinkled, dead apple, tumbled down in a spiral, with smoke curling from it, and fell into the ocean a hundred feet from where the car had struck.” The Times’ coverage sounds very similar to a more famous dirigible disaster. “Out of the clear air there appeared a thin wreath of black smoke. The next instant the round surface of the gas bag was seen to indent and fall in. As it did so the great ship tilted up. An explosion, followed by two or three other loud reports, was heard. The vast expanse of silk, which contained the gas, was rent in a myriad of pieces. ‘They flew apart,’ said Chief Black afterward, ‘as though a sail had been suddenly struck by a hurricane.’ From the bow to the stern it ripped up, and as the envelope flew heavenward the car separated from it.” According to the Tribune, “It was almost a minute before the crowd could comprehend what had happened, even though what was left of the Akron lay floating on the waves. But while women fainted and were carried to the Inlet pavilion to be revived, men put out in motor boats. One of these was Councilman Harry Cook.” Within minutes a rescue was attempted. “Cook’s boat and half a hundred others sped for the place where the Akron’s wreckage floated, and even as they dashed through the water the shore grew thick with people, for the news had spread like a lightning flash. Business was practically suspended in this city by 9:30 o’clock, for the tragedy had gripped the town. “The Ellen, Cook’s boat, came back first, bringing with it Calvin Vaniman’s body, which was found floating in the water. The head was cut, the eyes blown out, both legs and arms were broken and most of the ribs crushed in.” In England, the destination of the proposed flight, the London Times summed it up briefly: “To-day’s disaster and loss of life have cast a deep gloom over aviation circles here.” As rescue turned to recovery, the question on everyone's lips was “What went wrong?” * Next Week: Raise the Akron. tpfcjf@comcast.net


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Tula the Boutique offers a distinctive selection of the latest European and domestic fashion styles, including jewelry, footwear, handbags & accessories from an array of great designers that will suit a discerning women’s tastes. We invite you to come be a part of the most chic boutique on LBI. Experience the atmosphere of a big city boutique that is right here in your backyard! Our “Tula Ladies” strive to provide consistently exceptional customer service. The sweet aroma and the warm, cozy décor will give you a feeling of “a home away from home.”

Tula the Boutique is conveniently located in the heart of Beach Haven on the corner of 8th and Bay Ave. directly next to the big carousel! Call (609) 492-2099 or visit our website at www.tulatheboutique.com for additional information and store hours.

Tula the Boutique: Open Daily 10am-11pm


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Our park features a new “Flow Rider Double” that is suited to almost every age! We have eight giant waterslides, an interactive “Lazy Crazy River” with a giant tipping bucket and water blasters, “Cowabunga Beach” multi-level interactive water play structure, AND a water play area for the toddlers! NEW! Private Cabanas for 2012! Lounge chairs, table with four chairs, private waitress service. Towel service. Call for more info.

Text WATERP A to 57682 RK Updates for , and Disc Deals, ounts!

WATERPARK 3 DAY PASS

Buy 2 2-Hour Sessions and Receive a 3rd 2-Hour Session FREE

WATERPARK 5 DAY PASS

Buy 3 2-Hour Sessions and Receive 2 2-Hour Sessions FREE Like us on Facebook ok

Lost Island Adventure Golf

Voted #1 Adventure Golf course in NJ. Lost Island Adventure Golf provides two exciting and beautiful 18-hole golf courses, featuring lush landscaping with waterfalls, caves and a suspension bridge.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: please call us at (609) 492-0869 or visit our websites at www.thunderingsurfwaterpark.com www.flowhouselbi.com

WATERPARK: Daily 9 9am am - 7 7pm pm ADVENTURE GOLF: Sun. Thru Fri. 9am - 11pm Sat. 9am - 11:30pm FLOW RIDER: Open Daily

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Come have fun with the family at THUNDERING SURF WATERPARK & ADVENTURE GOLF and the FLOWHOUSE.

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We are a family-run park located in the heart of Beach Haven on the corner of Taylor and Bay Avenues, next to the big ferris wheel.


Fantasy Island Amusement Park

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