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by the pool daytime Wednesday

Thursday

July 18 • 4-7pm

July 19$$33 Miller • 4-7pm Lites Lite Li L ites

July 20th • 3:30-7:30PM

The Pickles Band

Dave Weber

The Impulsives

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

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

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

Hyperactive

featuring

3:30-7:30pm Happy Hour • 4-6pm $4 Bud Light Limes • $5 Well Drinks

Su d y July Sunday July 22 2 nd

Monday July 23rd

Tuesday July 24th

3:30-7:30pm

4-7pm

4-7pm

Shorty Long & the Jersey Horns Happy Hour 4-6pm • $5 Well Drinks $4 Heineken & Heineken Lights

Thursday Julyy 19th • 10pm-2am pm-2 2am

TTHUNDER HUNDER TTHURSDAY HURSDAY THE ISLAND’S BEST SP SPECIAL PEC ECIA CIA IAL AL $1 Coors Lights • $2 Blue ue Moons onss $1 Soco Lime Shots & Kamikaze Shots

Chris Gustelli Ted Hammock Happy Hour 4-6pm $3.50 Bud Lights • $5 Frozen

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

in the club

No c FRIDAY ove r July 20th • 10pm-2am

SSaturday Saturda day

July 21st • 10pm-3am

Someone Say Something $3 Miller Lites

Mardi Gras Party

$4 Heineken and Heineken Lights and $3 Grenade Shots

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Voted “#1r Beach Ba y rse on the Je by Shore”

Ted Hammock & Matt Fisher $$4 Well W ll D Drinks i k ffrom 10pm

Mon. July 23rd 10pm-1am

Chris Gustelli $4 Domestic Beers

Tiki Tuesdays July 24th • 10pm-1am

Dylan Manfredi Surf Movies All Night Long $4 Domestic Beers • $3 Surfer on Acid Shots

Friday July 27th A True Story in the club Saturday July 28th Almost Easy in the club PALM GRILL RESTAURANT & TIKI BAR

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

FEATURING FRESH FISH, BURGERS, RAW BAR, ia h Friend us on Facebook to receive lp e d a PANINIS, CRAB CAKE SANDWICH, Phil gazine daily entertainment updates Ma SALADS & LOTS MORE ((609) 492-4611 • ON THE BEACH, CENTRE & ATLANTIC, BEACH HAVEN

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Lauralea & Temporary Tripp Fabulous Grace Friday

Beer Pong $ 5 Pitchers & Free Pizza COMING, FRI JULY 27

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RESCUE SATURDAYS


Take-Out Available

Reservations Accepted

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Entire Menu Available for Take-Out

In The Restaurant Weekly Specials Specials Start Tuesday 7/17

Starter: Arugula, Endive & Radicchio Salad • Basil, shallots, balsamic vinaigrette Main Courses: Sauteed Sea Scallops with Angel Hair Pasta • Baby artichokes, lemon, capers & white wine sauce Broiled Halibut with Cherry Tomato Broth • Polenta, asparagus, extra virgin olive oil Petite Filet of Beef with Jumbo Lump Crab Gratin • Grilled Vegetables, béarnaise sauce Dessert: Mocha truffle Torte • Layers of chocolate, cheesecake, butter cream and ganache The Restaurant & Bar Open Daily Mon. - Sun. from 5pm Early Birds 5-6pm • Except Saturdays & Holidays • Reservations Suggested

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Enjoy cocktails, wraps, paninis, salads, crabcakes, burgers, tuna tacos & more... Open Daily from 11:30 am Happy Hour 4-6pm Mon - Fri • Daily Drink Specials

Out Overloside the Ocoking THURSDAY 7/19 - Chris Fritz 3-7pm Pyrat Rum promo 4-6pm Drink specials and giveaways ean

SAND BAR ENTERTAINMENT

FRIDAY 7/20 - Dan Brown Duo 3-7pm SATURDAY 7/21 - Lenny G and The Soul Senders 3-7pm Sailor Jerry promo 4-6pm Drink specials and giveaways SUNDAY 7/22 - Lenny G and The Soul Senders 3-7pm MONDAY 7/23 - A.J. Stone 3-7pm TUESDAY 7/24 - Chris Gustelli 3-7pm WEDNESDAY 7/25 - Dan Brown 3-7pm

The Sushi Bar

Open Daily

Lunch Daily 12-2pm • Dinner Daily from 5pm Entire Menu Available for Take Out

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


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Ladies & Locals Night

BAN OR DS!

Nerds

with

Mashwork Orange

*5 for $20 Corona Buckets til 10pm

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

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

Live w/ *$

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$5 Fridays

w/The Drink Wheel

Benjamins L UNCH S SPEC9I9A**L *

Every Monday

Craft Pint Giveaway Night

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OPEN 7 Days From 11am Lunch & Dinner

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Mashwork Orange

3 Cover, Domestic Bottles & All Shots All Night

Jay & Mike Acoustic Duo

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20th & Blvd., Ship Bottom • 494-0558 For More Info Visit www.joepops.com *All specials subject to availability and exclude special events/holidays.

3 Coors Light Bottles til 12 $ 4 Well Drinks All Night

Every Tuesday

College ll Ni Night 21+ No College ID Required.

Beer Pong • Flip Cup *DJ• $10 Beer Towers • ½ Price Bombs (No Cover)

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$ 99

KIDS MEALS

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

Acoustic Music: Fri-Sun 3-7pm Friday

The Jonzes Saturday

Michael Clayton Moore Sunday

Your Exboyfriends FROZEN HAPPY HOUR Mon. - Fri. 3-7pm 00

$4

Frozen Drink Special, Changes Daily

*Specials subject to availability, excluding holidays/special events 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.

HAPPY HOUR EVERYDAY 3pm - 7pm

Featuring 12 Drafts for $3 plus $1 off all Mixed Drinks & Bottles *$5 Food Specials Inside Bar Only • *Mon-Fri Only

Got the Rainy Day Blues?

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

See All Our Specials & Entertainment www.joepops.com Friend us on Facebook

Follow us on Twitter @ joepopsshorebar *Specials subject to availability, excluding holidays/special events

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Every Wednesday


Rick’s American Café Restaurant & Bar

4th & Broadway Barnegat Light

494-8482

NOW OPEN DAILY

OPEN DAILY AT 3PM • SAT-SUN NOON LIVE MUSIC SATURDAY JULY 21ST LITE FARE UR HAPPY HOI. MON.-FR MENU “COLLATERAL JAMMAGE” 3-6PM

restaurants

Gateway Bar & Restaurant...................13

Bayberry Inn...........................................9

Greenhouse Cafe ................................15

Beach Haven Fishery ...........................23

Howard’s Restaurant ............................15

Bistro 14................................................19

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

Blue Water Cafe ...................................27

Joey’s Pizza ....................................32, 33

The Boathouse Restaurant..............15, 19

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

Breeze’s Bar & Grill ...............................13

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

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

The Lobster Claw ............................12, 29

Buckalew’s Restaurant & Bar ................10

M&M Steam Bar ...................................21

Cafe Aletta ..........................................25

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

Calabria Ristorante ..............................25

Nardi’s Tavern ............................7, 35, 38

California Grill & Pizza ..........................27

Pearl Street Market ...............................36

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

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

We offer a variety of succulent dinner entrees without going over the Causeway.

Chicken or The Egg........................19, 26

Plantation .............................................13

Chowder Hut ........................................36

Sea Shell Club ..................................2, 31

Open for Lunch & Dinner Wed. thru Sat. from 11:30am Sunday at 3pm for Dinner

Daddy O’s Restaurant ..........................11

Spray Beach Inn...................................28

Dockside Diner.....................................27

Stefano’s Restaurant ............................27

Dutchman’s Brauhaus ..........................14

Surf City Hotel.................................11, 20

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

Terrace Tavern .....................................14

The Engleside Inn .............................4, 30

Yellow Fin .............................................25

Bayberry Inn...........................................9 Buckalew’s Restaurant & Bar ................10 Calloway’s Restaurant & Bar ..................7 Daddy O’s Restaurant ..........................11 Dutchman’s Brauhaus ..........................14 E.J. Callahan’s Restaurant....................11 The Engleside Inn .............................4, 30 Gateway Bar & Restaurant...................13

Joe Pop’s Shore Bar................................5 The Ketch ...........................................3, 9 Marlin Restaurant & Bar......................3, 9 Nardi’s Tavern ............................7, 35, 38 Plantation .............................................13 Sea Shell Club ..................................2, 31 Surf City Hotel.................................11, 20 Terrace Tavern .....................................14

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

Home of Leo’s World Famous Roast Beef Sandwiches

A partial reference listing for large space displays in Section II

Bamboo Beach Asian Restaurant ........18

$3 BUD & BUD LIGHT BURGER BAR • TAKE OUT

Welcome Back To Our New and Old Friends!!!

Thurs Nite Buckets of Coronitas

Lite Bites • Bar Pies • Burgers Fries • Cheesesteaks • Take Out

Fri Nite Coors Light Buckets

494-4242 17th & Boulevard, Ship Bottom

Wed. Night Yuengling Bottles

Have a Safe and Happy Summer!

CELEBRATE SUMMER

Our seafood is fresh daily and reasonably priced. You’ll enjoy dining in our beautiful new dining room. www. exit63seafood .com

Fresh Seafood Market • Full-Service Restaurant

609.978.3474

747 E. Bay Avenue, Manahawkin, NJ | We are located across from the Manahawkin Plaza

FELLA’S

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BROADWAY PIZZA

clubs + entertainment

SEAFOOD MARKET CLAM BAR

PIZZA • STEAKS • HOAGIES • SALADS REFINED ARCHITECTURAL ATMOSPHERE

REALLY, REALLY BIG STEAMED CRABS

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.”

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

WILD CANADIAN HARD SHELL LOBSTERS

WILD WILD SEAFOOD GREAT FOR THE GRILL Maine Steamers • Clams • Salmon Mako • Sword • Scallops • Imported Shrimp

494-7100 • 18th & BLVD, SURF CITY • 494-7100 DINE INDOORS OR UNDER THE STARS

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Live or Steamed

“UPSCALE PASTA & FRESH MOZZARELLA CO.”

THE AREAS FINEST “ARTISAN SALADS”

RESTAURANT TAKE-OUT

SEAFOOD SPECIALTIES

– easy to heat up at home – Manhattan or New England Chowder • Lobster Bisque • Cajun Fish Chowder White Clam • Marinara Sauce For Your Pastas 99

$ 30

/ 10

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33ND ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL

LITTLENECK CLAMS

$

30 99 / 10

0

$31/100 - Wed. 12-3pm cannot be combined with any other offer Just come in and say CLAM UP! Limit 300/person - Cash Only

New England Style Whole Belly Ipswich Clams

Chef’s Specials Oyster Po' Boy

Smoked Salmon Arugula Salad

Super Buckets Fried Flounder • Scallops • Shrimp • Clam Strips • Chicken French Fries • Onion Rings • Pasta & Much More

FREE ATM (details inside)

OPEN DAILY • DAILY BLACKBOARD SPECIALS NJ CERTIFIED CLAM DEALER #NJ12SS

20th & Boulevard • Surf City • 494-9494 www.boulevardclams.com

Friend Us on Facebook


AM TO

MIDNIGHT EVERYDAY

GO-KARTS • RIDES MINIATURE GOLF • BATTING CAGES FAMILY ARCADE & FUN CENTER

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NEWEST GAMES - GREAT PRIZES GOLF DRIVING RANGE FAMILIES WELCOME • OPEN 7 AM TO 10 PM • EVERYDAY

The Bus Is Running Every Night!

LIVE HAPPY HOUR & EVENING ENTERTAINMENT Happy Hour Happy Hour Bands Thursday July 19th

3-5pm Daily Thursday July 19th

5pm Pasta & Sinatra

¼ MILE TRACK

Friday July 20th

5pm Elvis Show Saturday July 21st

5pm Face Down Sunday July 22nd

5pm Dave Christopher Band Monday July 23rd

5pm Weird Owl Karaoke Face Painting with Freckles

KIDDIE GO KARTS

Tuesday July 24th

Restaurant • Bar

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

609-978-0220

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

FRIDAY, JULY 20

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

$2.50 Bud Light Bottles Monday July 23rd

10pm 70’s Night $2.50 Bud Light Bottles Tuesday July 24th

10pm Lima Bean Riot $2.50 Bud Light Bottles Wednesday July 25th

Wednesday July 25th

10pm The Replicants

Face Painting with Freckles

$2.50 Bud Light, $4 Redbull Bombs, $5 Car Bombs

5pm Weird Owl Karaoke

Bombs Away Wednesday

NARDI’SS SSU SUPPER UP PPE PPER PER RC CLUB LUB UB PRESENTS PR PRE Pasta P asta a&S Sinatra inatrra

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

Singing Sinatra like Sinatra Steve Maglio, o above, above bove prepares pre p reepares pares to o sing sin ing at Nardi’s Tavern ing Tave vern where he will be performing p perfforming g this th his summer. sum 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

TED HAMMOCK & JASON BOOTH KARAOKE

Sunday July 22nd

10pm Richie & The All Stars

PM

PM

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Saturday July 21st

10pm Liquid A

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KID’S EAT FOR $1.

CHRIS HACKER

WEDNESDAYS • 9

Friday July 20th

10pm Under Pressure

MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS

SATURDAY, JULY 21

TUESDAYS • 9

$2.50 Coors Light Bottles

Tues.

5-8 PM - VIN BASILE 9-1 AM - TRACY & LEE

MONDAYS • 9

5pm Pasta & Sinatra

10pm Lima Bean Riot

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

FOR

TAKE OUT!

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

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EAGLESWOOD AMUSEMENT PARK

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BEACH STADIUM 5 Herbert & Long Beach Blvd. • Beach Haven Park, NJ 08008

(609) 492-6906 OPEN 7/20 - 7/26

Ted - R (x) (4:50 PM) The Amazing (x) (4:35 PM) Spiderman - PG-13 The Dark (3:45 PM) (x) Knight Rises - PG13 Ice Age: (3:00 PM) (5:00 PM) Continental Drift - PG Magic Mike - R (x) (x) Brave - PG (x) (4:20 PM)

(7:40 PM)

(9:55 PM) [11:40 AM] [2:00 PM]

(7:25 PM) (10:10 PM) [10:50 AM] [1:45 PM] (7:00 PM) (10:15 PM)

[x]

[12:30 PM]

(7:00 PM) (9:00 PM) [11:00 AM] [1:00 PM] (7:30 PM) (x)

(9:50 PM) [x] [x] (x) [11:05 AM] [1:20 PM]

( ) FRI. - THUR. [ ] RAIN ONLY *NO PASSES CALL THEATRE FOR SHOWTIMES OR VISIT FRANKTHEATRES.COM Southern Ocean’s ONLY All Digital All Stadium Theater

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Surf City Open Daily 7am-10pm

Barnegat Light Open Daily 7am-9pm

Make Us Your Meeting Place www.howyoubrewin.com

WEDDINGS • EVENTS • PARTIES BACKYARD LOBSTER BAKES

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

www.beachhavencatering.com

Proud Member of Stefanos Restaurant Group

The Gazebo’s

SUSHI BAR 13th Year Anniversary

609-492-5811•609-492-5677

Eat In or Take Out Open Daily ew N Menu

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.

Brown Rice Available

Schooner’s Wharf Overlooking The Bay 9th & Bay, Beach Haven

609-492-5811•609-492-5677 Open Daily 11am

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. 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. 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. Bird & Nature Walks, Meet at Visitor Information Center, Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge, Great Creek Rd., Oceanville (609-652-1665 or http://forsythe. fws.gov.) Naturalists lead the walks. Fri., 8-10 am. 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. Dover Downs Hotel & Casino, Deborah Hospital Foundation LBI Chapter sponsors a trip Sept. 5-6. Call Vince O’Mara at 609-660-7541. “Down by the Bay” Day Camp, Harvey Cedars Bible Conference, 12 Cedars Ave. (609-494-5689) The camp is for ages 7-12. Call to register. Aug. 13-17, Wild & Wacky Science includes water games, team building and marine science. Fees: $100 per week or $25 per day. Aug. 20-24, “Push the Rock” sports camp includes basketball, Frisbee and soccer. Fees: $125 per week or $35 per day. Aug. 27-31, arts camp includes drawing, sketching and jewelry making. Fees: $100 per week or $25 per day. 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. 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. Ocean County Retired Educators Assn. Sponsors Trips, Contact Betty at 609-201-0038 or langbi@ verizon.net. Prague and the Danube, Sept. 18-Oct.

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Farias’ Joins UBB For Beach Cleanup

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hen the shift changes after five o’clock, two companies have plans to get down to work – on the beach. Everyone is invited to join in a beach cleanup at the 5th Street ocean beach in Surf City Thursday, July 26 from 5:30-7:30 p.m., held by Farias’ Surf & Sport and United By Blue. Volunteers should park in front of Farias’ store at 506 South Long Beach Blvd., and meet at the end of 5th Street. United By Blue and Farias’ will provide volunteers with everything needed to “give back and have fun:” gloves, bags, sunscreen, refreshments, and one-of-a-kind cleanup competitions. After the cleanup, those taking part are invited to Farias’ Surf & Sport shop for snacks and a post-cleanup celebration. “The beach means a lot to Farias’ Surf & Sport. Everything we do on this Island revolves around our love for the ocean,” said store manager Sarah Jordan. “By hosting a beach cleanup with UBB, we are helping to continue to keep our Island clean and healthy and support a lifestyle that accomplishes that.” United By Blue is an ocean-friendly brand of apparel with a mission to remove a pound of trash from the ocean and waterways for every product sold. So far, the pound tally has surpassed 135,000 since 2010 when the company was created, said Mike Cangi, UBB director of cleanups. This is Farias’ Surf and Sport’s 36th year in business for both the experienced surfer and anyone just looking to get their feet wet. Three locations, Ship Bottom, Beach Haven and Surf City, carry quality surfing and outdoor gear and apparel, along with lessons. For more information, visit www.unitedbyblue.com/cleanup/surfcity, or call 609494-7368.—M.S. 1 or 4; Finger Lakes Region, Oct. 22-25; Lancaster & Hershey, Dec. 5-6. 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. Southern Regional Adult School Hosts Trips, (609597-9481, ext. 4410) San Gennaro Festival in New York, Sept. 22; cost, $30, includes transportation only. Christmas shopping in New York, Dec. 1; cost, $30, includes transportation only. Summer Youth Programs, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609-494-1241 or www.lbifoundation.org) Weekly programs are available for ages birth through 16. 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 Portugal, Deborah Hospital Foundation LBI Chapter sponsors a trip to the Estoril coast, Azores and Madeira Islands Nov. 2-17. Call Vince O’Mara at 609-660-7541.

Daylight Saving Time LOW HIGH Date AM PM AM PM 19 2:51 2:48 8:45 8:47 20 3:31 3:31 9:24 9:25 21 4:09 4:13 10:04 10:04 22 4:46 4:56 10:47 10:49 23 5:23 5:41 11:34 11:38 24 6:03 6:33 — 12:25 25 6:49 7:36 12:32 1:18 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

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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. Trip to Saratoga & Lake George, Deborah Hospital Foundation LBI Chapter sponsors a trip Oct. 16-18. Call Vince O’Mara at 609-660-7541. Tuckerton Area Interchurch Food Pantry, Next to Little Egg Harbor Senior Center, 641 Radio Rd., Mystic Island. Open, Mon.-Fri., 2-4 pm. Anyone in need of an emergency food package may come in or call 609-296-1345. 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. 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.


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SUNDAYS, THROUGH JULY 29 Free Customer Workshops, The Home Depot, 197 Rte. 72 West, Manahawkin. Closet and storage organization, 1-2:30 pm. MONDAYS, THROUGH JULY 30 Eating for Health, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609494-1241 or www.lbifoundation.org) Fees per class: member, $25; nonmember, $30. 11:30 am-12:30 pm. July 23, desserts; July 30, leave gluten out. TUESDAYS, THROUGH JULY 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. THROUGH AUGUST Mah Jongg, Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-597-3381) Some previous experience is required. Players are asked to bring their current-year game card. Fri., 1-3:30 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. The Swell Teen Center, Grace Calvary Church, 19th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Ship Bottom. Indoor and outdoor activities are planned for grades 6-12, including Wii group games, henna, Foosball, pingpong, video game tournaments, crafts, movies, music and much more. Sat., 8-11 pm. Call Casey Ellis at 609-494-7777. THROUGH AUGUST 2 Faculty Exhibition, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609494-1241 or www.lbifoundation.org) Creations by LBIF faculty members are on display and available for sale. THROUGH AUGUST 30 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. THROUGH SEPTEMBER Jersey Fresh Farmers Market, Municipal lot next to Gazebo Park, Rte. 9 & East Bay Ave., Barnegat (609698-0080, ext. 122, or 609-698-1618) Barnegat Twp. and the Barnegat Chamber of Commerce sponsor the market with vendors from New Egypt, Shamong and elsewhere. Thurs., noon-5 pm, rain or shine. THURSDAYS-SUNDAYS, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 2 Holgate Nature Walks, Holgate Wilderness Area, south end of LBI (609-652-1665 or www.fws.gov/ northeast/forsythe/) All ages are welcome. 10-11 am. Thurs., ever-shifting sands; Fri., wilderness walk; Sat., shorebird tour; Sun., beachcombing. THROUGH SEPTEMBER 2 Planetarium Shows, Robert J. Novins Planetarium, Ocean County College, College Drive, Toms River (732-255-0342 or www.ocean.edu/ planet.htm) Closed Mon. Admission: adult, $10; senior or OCC Rewards member (with card), $8; child younger than 13 or OCC student with ID, $7. “Wonders of the Summer Sky,” recommended for ages 8 to adult, Tues.-Sun., 1 pm; Sat., also 1 pm. “Bad Astronomy: Myths and Misconceptions,” recommended for ages 10 to adult, Tues., Wed. & Fri., 2:30 pm. “Kaluoka’hine: the Enchanted Reef,” recommended for ages 10 and younger, Tues. & Wed., 11:30 am. “Secret of the Cardboard Rocket,” recommended for ages 10 and younger, Thurs., Fri. & Sat., 11:30 am. “The Stars from My Back Yard,” recommended for ages 10 and younger, Sun., 11:30 am. “Cosmic Colors: an Adventure Along the Spectrum,” recommended for ages 11 to adult, Tues., Sat. & Sun., 2:30 pm; Fri., 7 pm.

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NJ’s TALL SHIP: The A.J. Meerwald sails on Little Egg Harbor.

Historic Vessel To Drop Anchor

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he A.J. Meerwald, New Jersey’s Tall Ship, will be in Beach Haven for a tour and cruises Thursday, July 19 to Sunday, July 22. The 115-foot long restored Delaware Bay oyster schooner will arrive at the Centre Street dock on Wednesday, July 18. Morning cruises from 10 a.m. to noon are scheduled each day. There will be evening sails from 6 to 8 on July 19 and July 20, and afternoon sails from 12:30 to 2:30 July 21 and July 22. The fees for the morning and afternoon trips are $40 for adults, $35 for senior citizens and $20 for children. Tickets for the evening cruises are $45 for adults, $40 for seniors and $22 for children. In addition, there will be a free open house and deck tours July 19 from 2 to 4 p.m. “People can meet the crew and also learn about the ship’s history,” said Janis Traas, outreach director. On Monday, July 23, it will leave Beach Haven for its next stop, in Atlantic City. Traas said the A.J. Meerwald is one of hundreds of schooners built along South Jersey’s Delaware bayshore before the decline of the shipbuilding industry that coincided with the Great Depression. In June 1942, the Maritime Commission commandeered the schooner under the War Powers Act, and it was turned over to the U.S. Coast Guard, which outfitted it as a fire boat. Five years later, the ship was returned to the Meerwald family. They then sold the schooner to Clyde Phillips, who used it as an oyster dredge. Into the late 1970s, the A.J. Meerwald operated as a clam dredge before being retired. Then-Gov. Christie Whitman designated the vessel as the state’s official tall ship in 1998. “We’re busy sailing from April through October at stops in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware,” said Traas. “It is an authentically restored schooner and serves as an educational tool on an old industry that thrived in the early 20th century.” For more information, call Traas at 856785-2060. —E.E.

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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

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THROUGH SEPTEMBER 3 Alex’s Lemonade Stand Benefit, Boulevard Clams, 20th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Surf City (609-4949494) The store donates $1 from every fresh-squeezed lemonade sold. TUESDAY-SUNDAY, JULY 17-22 Nights of Summer Carnival, St. Mary’s Parish Center, 100 Bishop Lane off McKinley Ave., Manahawkin (www.stmaryscarnival.com) 6-10:30 pm. There is free, live entertainment nightly indoors. There are rides, games, drawings, food and much more. Admission and parking, free. RE/MAX hot air balloon rides on Sat., wind and weather permitting. THURSDAY, JULY 19 American Red Cross Blood Drive, St. Francis of Assisi Church Hall, 47th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach (800-GIVELIFE or www.pleasegiveblood.org) Most healthy people who weigh at least 110 pounds and are 16 or older are eligible to donate. Photo ID is required. A Red Cross parental consent form signed by parent or legal guardian is required for 16-year-olds. 1-6 pm. “Inferno at Sea,” High Point Firehouse, West 80th St., Harvey Cedars. Authors Deb Whitcraft and Gretchen Coyle present stories of death and survival aboard the Morro Castle. Admission, free. 7:30 pm. Marvelous Sleuths Book Club, Little Egg Harbor Branch Ocean County Library, 290 Mathistown Rd. (609-294-1197) The selection is Lethal by Sandra Brown. 7 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. THURSDAY-SUNDAY, JULY 19-22 NJ Tall Ship A.J. Meerwald Visits, Centre St. dock, Beach Haven. Free open house & deck tour, July 19, 2-4 pm. Morning cruises daily, 10 am-noon. Afternoon cruises, July 21 & 22, 12:30-2:30 pm. Evening cruises, July 19 & 20, 6-8 pm. Tickets: day cruises – adult, $40; senior, $35; child, $20; evening cruises – adult, $45; senior, $40; child, $22. To reserve, call Janis Traas at 856-785-2060. FRIDAY, JULY 20 Beach Haven West Civic Assn. Meets, Mill Creek Community Center, 1199 Mill Creek Rd., Manahawkin. Marion Romano of the Van Dyk Group presents the program. All residents of the BHW area – East Point, the Coves, Village Harbour, Colony Lakes – are welcome. 7:30 pm. County Connection Mobile Service, Little Egg Harbor Branch Ocean County Library, 290 Mathistown Rd. (609-294-1197) Services provided include county IDs, passports, senior services, veterans services, consumer affairs, voter registration, and parks and tourism information. 10 am-4 pm. Fish Dinner, Terrace 1st United Methodist Church, New Jersey & Beach aves., Beach Haven Terrace. The dinner is catered by Thistle of Kearney. Takeout includes batter-dipped deep water cod, french fries, cole slaw and homemade dessert. Dine-in also includes a beverage. Tickets: adult, $15; child younger than 13, $5. 5-7 pm. Advance tickets are strongly suggested; call 609-492-9843. Genealogy on the Internet, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) 2:30 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. “Hiawatha” Puppet Show, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) The show is for ages 5 and older. 11 am. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Movie – “Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol,” Little Egg Harbor Branch Ocean County Library, 290 Mathistown Rd. (609-294-1197) The film is rated PG-13. 2 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. “Summer Splash” Drop-in Craft, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) The activity is for children of all ages. 2:30 pm.

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FRIDAY-SUNDAY, JULY 20-22 Jewelry Trunk Show, Wildflowers Too, 506 Broadway, Barnegat Light (609-361-1101) Israel artist Ayala Bar displays her creations. SATURDAY, JULY 21 Appraisal Fair & Luncheon, 1st United Methodist Church of Tuckerton, Mott Hall, 134 North Green St. Ticket, $20. Noon. To reserve, call 609-296-9610. Art by Cathleen Engelsen Featured, Art & Decor, 1715 Long Beach Blvd., Surf City (609-494-5038) Engelsen shows her newest scenes and originals as well as old favorites. Canoeing the Batsto River, Contact Pinelands Preservation Alliance, Bishop Farmstead, 17 Pemberton Rd., Southampton (609-859-8860, ext. 14, or tomdunn@pinelandsalliance.org) Fee, $15, plus canoe rental if needed, approximately $40. 8 am-4 pm. Registration is required. Clam Bake, Manahawkin Elks Lodge, 520 Hilliard Blvd. (609-597-1107) Live entertainment is provided by John Reed. The menu includes clams, clam chowder, chicken, corn, burgers, hot dogs, beer, soda and more. Cost: adult, advance, $25; at the gate, $30; ages 12-20, $20; younger than 12, free. 1-5 pm. Ladies’ Catch of the Day Bluefish & Fluke Tournament, (609-971-0704) The Women’s Club of the Forked River Tuna Club hosts the event. Rules and registration forms are on www.forkedrivertunaclub. org; click on “tournament.” Entry fess: adult, $30; girl younger than 13, $15. Adults interested in joining club members on a party boat may call Kathi at 908-216-6058. Workshop for Gardeners: Backyard Composting, Bay Ave. Plant Co., 1808 Long Beach Blvd., Surf City (RSVP to 609-361-8800) Angela Andersen presents the program. Admission, free. 10 am, rain or shine. SATURDAYS, JULY 21 & 28 Free Customer Workshops, The Home Depot, 197 Rte. 72 West, Manahawkin. Interior paint workshop, 10-11 am; installing laminate flooring, 1-2:30 pm. SATURDAYS, JULY 21 & AUGUST 11 1-Day Boating Safety Certificate Course, SOMC Family Resource Center, Ocean Club, 700 South Rte. 9, Manahawkin. NJ law requires all boaters 16 and older to obtain a Boating Safety Certificate. U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 7-12 offers the course, which stresses safe boating practice and boating rules. 8:30 am-4:30 pm. Call Joe Lupa at 609-597-4876 or Ralph Giunti at 609-597-1295 for registration or information. SATURDAYS, JULY 21 & AUGUST 18 Safe Boating Class, Little Egg Harbor Senior Center, 641 Radio Rd., Mystic Island. U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 72 presents the class. Those who attend and pass the accompanying test qualify to receive the NJ Boating Safety Certificate required by state law to operate power boats and PWCs. Cost, $50, includes text and lunch. 8 am-5 pm. To register, call 609-294-0396. SATURDAY & SUNDAY, JULY 21 & 22 Book, Bake & Garage Sale, 2116 North Long Beach Blvd., Surf City. The American Assn. of University Women hosts the event. 9 am-2 pm. Juried Crafts & Fine Art Festival, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609-494-1241 or www.lbifoundation.org) Admission, $5. Sat., 10 am-6 pm; Sun., 9 am-4 pm. SUNDAY, JULY 22 Art Lovers Event, Stafford Twp. Firehouse, Stafford Ave., Manahawkin. Pine Shores Art Assn. hosts the event. Fifty 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. Resident Artist Showcase, m.t. burton Gallery, 1819 Long Beach Blvd., Surf City (609-494-0006, mtbgallery@yahoo.com or www.mtburtongallery.com) 19th St. Clay Studio resident artist Jodi Schwartz shows her hand-sewn clothing. 10 am-5 pm. MONDAY, JULY 23 Behind the Scenes at Carlo’s Bakery, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) Head decorator Elizabeth White of TLC’s “Cake Boss” shares about working with “La Famiglia.” 10 am. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. PG-13 Movie: “Joyful Noise,” Tuckerton Branch Ocean County Library, 380 Bay Ave. (609-296-1470) 6 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Pokémon Center, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) Kids of all ages are invited to trade games and cards, answer trivia, watch original episodes and play their DS. Those younger than 7 should be accompanied by a caregiver. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. MONDAY & TUESDAY, JULY 23 & 24 Safe Boating Course, Manahawkin Elks Lodge, 520 Hilliard Blvd. (732-279-0562) Coast Boating School presents the class, required under state law to operate a boat or PWC. Cost, $70. 7-10:30 pm. Call to register.


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16 MONDAY-WEDNESDAY, JULY 23-25 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 23-26 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 23-27 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. TUESDAY, JULY 24 Art Party for Kids, Bayview Park, 68th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach. The LBI Artists and Crafters group hosts the event. Admission, free; no beach badge is required. 11 am-noon. Book Discussion, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609494-1241 or www.lbifoundation.org) The subject is 10 Thousand Saints by Eleanor Henderson. Donation, $5. 8 pm. A Clam Is a Man’s Best Friend, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) Kids of all ages are invited for this craft activity. 10:30 am. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Creature Features: Super Sharks, 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. “East Meets West” Puppet Show, Little Egg Harbor Branch Ocean County Library, 290 Mathistown Rd. (609-294-1197) Hua Hua Zhang presents the program. 2 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Genealogy Club of Little Egg Harbor Meets, Senior Citizen Center, 641 Radio Rd., Little Egg Harbor (609-296-7748 or www.gcleh.org) All residents of Southern Ocean County interested in researching their family history are welcome, whether beginners or advanced. 4th Tues. of each month, 7 pm. Moth Night, Pinelands Preservation Alliance, Bishop Farmstead, 17 Pemberton Rd., Southampton (609859-8860) Participants use a blacklight to attract moths and other nocturnal insects, identify them and learn about them. Admission, free. 8-10 pm. Story Time with Joy, Tuckerton Branch Ocean County Library, 380 Bay Ave. (609-296-1470) Author Joy Zomerdyke reads her book Teddy “B” is for Bear Meets a Scary Monster followed by a craft, for ages 4 and older. 11:30 am. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. WEDNESDAY, JULY 25 Animal Kingdom, Jacques Cousteau Coastal Education Center, 130 Great Bay Blvd., Tuckerton (609-812-0649, ext. 206, or www.marine.rutgers. edu/cousteau) Live animals visit from the Cape May County Zoo. 2-3 pm. Registration deadline, July 23. Bus Trip to Showboat Casino, The Surf City taxpayers assn. hosts the trip. It is limited to people at least 21 years old. Cost, $20, includes $20 slot cash. 9 am-5:30 pm. Park at the Surf City Firehouse at 713 Long Beach Blvd. Payment deadline, July 20; send check, payable to CTABSC, to 44 North 12th St., Surf City, NJ 08008, including names and phone numbers. Kids 2K Race, Bayview Park, 68th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach. This is presented by DQ Events. 6:30 pm. Register at www.dqtridu.com. Mah Jongg Tournament, Jewish Community Center of LBI, 24th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Spray Beach (609-492-4090 or www.jccoflbi.org) All are welcome. 11 am-4 pm. Preregistration is required. Marine Mammals & Sea Turtles, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) Representatives of the Marine Mammal Stranding Center give a hands-on, interactive program. 7 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. “Mastering the Metaphor” Writers Workshop, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) Author Sandy Gingras presents the program. 10 am. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Pirate School, Tuckerton Branch Ocean County Library, 380 Bay Ave. (609-296-1470) The Ocean County Library System presents “Billy Bones” (actor David Engel), who teaches children ages 5 and older how to act like a pirate. Costumes are welcome. 2 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org.

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Hal Roth and Rich Boscarino are Pastel artist Stan Sperlak captured at the Barnegat Library through the images of South Jersey at dusk in August. his one-man show “Stan Sperlak: Into Meet historic painter Kathleen the Night.” Call 609-652-8848. Engelsen at Art and Décor in Surf At the Noyes satellite gallery in City on Saturday, July 21. Call Hammonton, find “Fiber Revolution: 609-494-5038. Botswana Collection and Kalahari Exit 63: The m.t. burton galQuilts.” Call 609-561-8006. lery in Surf City presents “Garden * * * State Pottery, Exit 63,” a group Go Green: Gallery 1603 in Ship show of the works of 10 nationally Bottom is soliciting artists for its known potters who live in New “Go Green Exhibit,” opening July 25. Jersey: Alan Willoughly, Marie Artwork must be “green” in some way Elaine Lanza, David Voll, Terry and made from up-cycled or recycled Plasket, Barbara Fehrs, Linda materials. Two- and three-dimensional Schusterman, Debbie Williams, works are sought, and each artist may Collette Smith, Bruce Dehnert submit up to five works to the gallery and Matt Burton.Photographer by July 24. Call 609-494-1699. Frank Smith exhibits his prints in* * * spired by the Japanese aesthetic of Art Patrons Wanted: The Pine Shibui. On Sunday, July 22 from Shores Art Association has opened its 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. meet Clay StuArt Patron show in the PSAA gallery dio resident artist Jodi Schwartz in Manahawkin. Fifty works donated as she showcases her handmade by 50 PSAA artists will be on view clothing. Call 609-494-0006. through July 21 and then selected by * * * pre-paid art patrons on July 22 during Pat Johnson Kids Arty Party: LBI Artists a gala reception from 1 to 4 p.m. in the and Crafters host an Art Party for MUSIC MAN: Catherine Sebastian exhibits her documentary-style Stafford Firehouse across the street. Kids on July 24 from 11 a.m. to photos of jug band members at the Island Library in Surf City. August features watercolor artist noon at Bayview Park in Brant Bob Heyer’s workshop Aug. 7 and 8, * * * Beach. Handprints in the sand and other art Ellen Gavin’s oil painting workshop Aug. 9 and Dart for Art: The LBI Foundation of the 16, Pat Morgan’s flower painting watercolor activities offered. This is a free event and beach badges are not required. For more information Arts and Sciences is looking for donations of art- workshop Aug. 14 and 21, and Tom Rutledge’s work for the annual Dart for Art event scheduled gouache and tempera workshop Aug. 23 and contact jonicoach@aol.com. Art of War: Artist, author and historian for Aug. 11. Bring or send your framed work 24. All workshops are from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 Frank McGinley showcases his award-winning to the LBIF by Aug. 1. The Foundation is also p.m. with fees of $50/members, $75/nonmemmilitary art at the Ocean County College Art looking for volunteers to help with a variety of bers. Call 609-597-3557. Gallery through July 31. McGinley has re- fun programs this summer. * * * Open Studio Sessions: Figure Drawing is cently published a book with his illustrations Artist OP: The Hammonton Arts Center of World War II and the Holocaust, Let Us held Fridays through Sept. 28, from 9:30 a.m. to will be joining Downtown Hammonton for a 12:30 p.m. Unclothed model; bring your own art Christmas in July extravaganza on Thursday, Never Forget. Call 732-255-0500. Summer Pop-Up: For the second summer materials. Fee is $10/member, $15/nonmember. July 19 from 6 to 9 p.m. Artists may register season, Michael Ryan Architects in conjunc- Call 609-494-1241. at the HAC before 6:30 p.m. for free and a * * * tion with Bridgette Mayer Gallery of Philadel$100 award will be given to the best “Artist on Noyes Notes: New Jersey artist Kate Dodd the Avenue.” Artworks must include a winter phia is offering a Summer Pop-Up Gallery in its Loveladies office. The first exhibit, “New will talk about her Noyes Museum exhibit scene in keeping with the theme. Paintings and Works on Paper,” features new “Water: Illusions of Purity” on Thursday, July HAC exhibits, “Art of the Line,” by a memworks from nine local and Philadelphia-based 19 at 6:30 p.m. The site-specific installation uses ber artist through July 29. A reception for the artists, including surf culture artist Julie various recycled bottle manipulations that raise July Artist of the Month, photographer Gary Goldstein, through July 29. “Jill Bonovitz, the question, “Is bottled water ‘pure’?” in terms Moore, is on Thursday, July 19 from 6 to 8 p.m. Works in Clay” is in the Project Room. Call of environmental damage. at the center. Visit hammontonartscenter.com Other summer exhibits at the Oceanville for more information. —P.J. 609-548-2000. Splash & Dash for All Ages, Bayview Park, 68th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach. This is presented by DQ Events. 6:30 pm. Teen Writers Guild, Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-5973381) The group is for ages 12-18. 7:30 pm.

Pieceful Shores Quilters Guild Meets, Mill Creek Community Center, 1199 Mill Creek Rd., Manahawkin. The program is “quilt as you go” squares. 7-9 pm. Guests and visiting quilters are always welcome. Call Elsa Chabala at 609-607-0991 or Mary Ann Bogaczyk at 609-597-4325.

WEDNESDAY-SATURDAY, JULY 25-28 Carnival, George J. Mitchell Elementary School, 950 North Green St. (Rte. 539), Little Egg Harbor. Campy’s Carnival offers rides for adults and kids, games of chance and more. 5-10 pm.

FRIDAY, JULY 27 Date Night in the Food Studio: Off the Hook, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609-494-1241 or www.lbifoundation.org) Thomas J. Scangarello shows how to prepare an impressive 4-course meal from start to finish. Fee per couple: member, $100; nonmember, $130. 6-9:30 pm. Registration is required 1 week in advance. Ladies Stand-Up Paddleboard Challenge, Bayview Park, 68th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach. Island Surf & Sail hosts the event. Divisions include Elite SUP-Displacement Hull, All Around SUP, Prone Paddleboard, Kayak and Partner Paddle (2 on a board). Registration fee, $30; includes T-shirt. (Limited SUP boards are available to rent; call 609-494-5553.) The event benefits Piece of the Puzzle Inc. and Girls on the Run. Registration, 4 pm; race begins, 6 pm. Visit www. islandsurf-sail.com for more information. Reading Isn’t Ruff, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-4942480) A therapy dog is waiting for beginning readers and up to come read to it. 11 am.

JULY 25-AUGUST 20 Art Exhibition: Aspects of Summer, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609-494-1241 or www.lbifoundation.org) Open daily. Reception, July 29, 5-7 pm. THURSDAY, JULY 26 Book Sale, Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-597-3381) 9 am-1 pm. Family Movie Night: “Big Miracle,” Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-6983331) The film is rated PG. 6:30 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Jedi Academy, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) Children ages 5 and older are invited to learn how to be a master Jedi. 2 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org.

FRIDAY & SATURDAY, JULY 27 & 28 Book Sale, Waretown Branch Ocean County Library,

112 Main St. (609-693-5133) Fri., 1-3 pm; Sat., 10 am-noon. SATURDAY, JULY 28 Art Show & Sale, Barnegat Lighthouse State Park, Broadway, Barnegat Light (609-494-2016 or e-mail friendsofblsp@comcast.net) Local artists present their works in oil, watercolor, photography and other mediums, available for sale. The Friends of Barnegat Lighthouse State Park and Pine Shores Art Assn. host the event. 10 am-3:30 pm. Basically Ballet, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) Kristen Dexnis’ students perform modern dance. 2 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Clam Bake, American Legion John Wesley Taylor Post #232, 499 North Main St. (Rte. 9), Barnegat (609-698-9876) The Bandulos entertain, and there are pony rides, a petting zoo, giant slide and more. The menu includes clams, hot dogs, chicken, hamburgers, sausage, corn on the cob, beer, water and soda. Tickets: adult, $30 through July 20, then $35; ages, 13-20, $15; younger than 13, free. Call to reserve or purchase at the post. Family Movie: “Shark Tale,” Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-597-3381) The film is rated PG. 2 pm. Flea Market & Teapot Sale, Quaker Meeting House, 614 East Bay Ave., Barnegat. Proceeds go to the InterFaith Hospitality Network to assist homeless families. 9 am-2 pm.


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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...$13.95 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...$11.95

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

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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...$20.95 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...$20.95 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

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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

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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

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kid stuff

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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!

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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

Gift Auction, Little Egg Harbor Community Center, 319 West Calabreeze Way, Mystic Island (609296-5371) The Tuckerton Chapter of Eastern Star sponsors the event. No one younger than 18 will be admitted. Admission, $6. Doors open, 11 am; drawing begins, 1 pm. Super Saturdays: Sand Castles & Seascapes, 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 am-noon. SUNDAY, JULY 29 Arts & Crafts Show, Viking Village, 19th St. & Bayview Ave., Barnegat Light (609-361-7008 or www.vikingvillage.net) About 75 vendors offer art, jewelry, decoys, photography and much more. 10 am-4:30 pm, rain or shine. MONDAY, JULY 30 Not in a Tuscan Villa, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-4942480) Authors John and Nancy Petralia share about their experiences living in Italy for a year. 7 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. PG-13 Movie: “A Thousand Words,” Tuckerton Branch Ocean County Library, 380 Bay Ave. (609296-1470) 6 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Puppet Show: “Big Plans,” Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-597-3381) The show, for children 4 and older, is based on the book by Bob Shea. 10:30 am. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Raptor Rapture, Is land Bra nch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-4942480) Children 5 and older are invited to learn about falconry and see live birds. 2 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Senior Citizen Advisory Board Meeting, Little Egg Harbor Twp. Town Hall, courtroom, 665 Radio Rd. Twp. Business Administrator and CFO Garrett Loesch addresses the group. All are welcome. 10 am. Teen Horror Movie, Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-5973381) The films are rated PG-13. 1 pm. MONDAY-THURSDAY, JULY 30-AUGUST 2 & AUGUST 6-9 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 30-AUGUST 3 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. MONDAY-FRIDAY, JULY 30-AUGUST 10 Children’s Sand & Surf Mission, 3rd St. beach, Beach Haven; 16th St. beach, Ship Bottom; & 11th St. beach, Surf City. Kids ages 3-17 are invited for fun, games and Bible stories. 10 am-noon & 6:30-8 pm. Call Caroline at 609-713-1022. TUESDAY, JULY 31 Creature Features: Magnificent Marine Mammals, 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. Flea Market, Municipal dock, Bayshore Drive, Barnegat. The Barnegat Historical Society hosts the event. Collectibles, antiques, crafts and new and used merchandise are offered. 8 am.

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

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Mammal Mania: Nocturnal by Nature, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609698-3331) A live animal show highlights the habits and behaviors of such animals as the African crested porcupine, Australian sugar glider and chinchilla. Ages 4 to adult may enjoy the program. 2 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Basics, Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-597-3381) 10:30 am. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Pajamarama, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) Children of all ages are welcome to come in their PJs and bring stuffed animals and blankets. 10:30 am. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Pipe Cleaner Animals, Tuckerton Branch Ocean County Library, 380 Bay Ave. (609-296-1470) The craft activity is for ages 10-16. 2 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org.

THURSDAY, AUGUST 2 Book Café, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) Everyone is welcome to join in this informal and fun discussion group. Refreshments are served. 7 pm.

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1 Full Moon Camp-out, Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-597-3381) Celebrate the full moon with scary stories and s’mores around a campfire. 6:30 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Full Moon Night Climb & Campfire, Barnegat Lighthouse State Park, Broadway, Barnegat Light. Ocean County Parks & Recreation and Barnegat Lighthouse State Park sponsor the event. The lighthouse is open for those who wish to climb it. Attendees should bring blankets or beach chairs, plus marshmallows and sticks if desired. Limited beach wheelchair access is available with 48-hour advance notice. Admission, free; first come, first served. 7-9:30 pm. NJ Birds & Beyond, NJ Maritime History Museum, 528 Dock Rd., Beach Haven (609-492-0202 or www.MuseumofNJMH.com) Susan Puder of the Southern Ocean Birding Group presents her new book. 7 pm. Sand Sculpture Contest, 14th St. beach, Surf City. The Surf City Taxpayer Assn. and Ron Jon Surf Shop sponsor the event, with prizes for kids, teens, adults and groups. Surf City beach badge requirements are enforced. Begins, 10 am; judging, 1-2 pm. Rain date, Aug. 2. Seashore Open House Tour, (609-494-1241 or www. lbifoundation.org) LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies, hosts the tour, featuring 7 homes that capture the history and architecture of the Island. Tickets: advance, $40; day of tour, $45. 10:30 am-4:30 pm. StarLab Portable Planetarium, Is land Bra nch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) Children 10 and older are invited. 7 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Storytime Fun for Ages 10-18 Months, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609698-3331) 11 am. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org.

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APPETIZERS Shrimp Cocktail .....................................6.95

Oysters on the ½ Shell ............................... ½ Doz. 8.99 ........................Doz. 16.95

SEAFOOD PASTA DISHES

HOUSE SPECIALTIES

Linguine w/White Clam Sauce .......... 13.99

Sauteed Soft Shell Crabs .................21.99 King Crab Legs ¾ lb .......................... 32.99 Lobster Tails 8 oz ...............................27.99 Sea Scallops ½ lb ............................... 19.99 Jumbo Stuffed Shrimp .................... 25.95 Broiled Jumbo Shrimp ....................... 18.99 Stuffed Flounder.................................22.95 Fresh Flounder ......................................15.95 6 oz. Filet Mignon w/corn ..................14.99

SUMMER SALADS Your choice of grilled meat served over crisp romaine lettuce, ripened tomatoes, roasted red peppers, charred squash, roasted eggplant & balsamic vinaigrette Yellow Fin Tuna .....................................14.99 Swordfish Steak..................................14.99

Shrimp Scampi .....................................17.99 Shrimp Marinara ..................................17.99 Mussels Marinara............................... 13.99

New England Clam Chowder ............... 4.95

Salmon Filet .........................................14.99

Shrimp & Mussels Marinara............ 16.99

Manhattan Clam Chowder .................3.65

Filet Mignon ..........................................14.99

Linguine with sauce ..............................8.99

Shrimp & Lobster Bisque ................... 5.95

Chicken Breast .................................... 12.99

Served w/ Garlic Bread & a Salad

Clams Casino (6) ..................................6.99

Topless Salad ........................................ 8.99

Crab Cake /Deviled................................. 7.99

FRIED PLATTERS

Breaded Calamari w/Marinara ..........8.99

Served with Fries, Cole Slaw & Condiments Fried Clams Strips ¾ lb....................10.95

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Yellowfin Tuna ........................................ 17.95

(Lobster Tail, Sword, Salmon, Tuna, Shrimp, Scallops, Clams Casino & a large Crabcake)

Mahi Mahi.............................................. 16.95

Jumbo Shrimp Breaded .................... 12.99

Lobster Tail & Crab Cake.................. 26.95

Salmon Steak .......................................15.95

Fried Seafood Combo ........................19.99

Broiled Shrimp & Scallops ............... 19.99

Soft Crabs (2 Jumbos) .....................19.99

Surf &Turf w/ corn ............................. 29.95 (6 oz. Filet & 4 oz. Lobster Tail)

Fried Clam Strips..................................5.99 Mozzarella Stick w/Marinara ............5.99 French Fries ............................................. 1.59 Jalapeno Poppers (6) ..........................4.99 Garlic Bread ............................................ 1.99 Fried Soft Shell Crab ...........................9.99 Corn on the Cob ..................................... 2.29 Chicken Nuggets ...................................3.99

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

Flounder (Hand breaded) ................. 15.95 Select Oysters .................................... 12.95 Breaded Calamari Rings ¾ lb.......... 14.95 French Fried Lobster.........................24.95 Sea Scallops Breaded .......................18.95

SANDWICHES Grilled or Blackened served on a toasted roll with french fries, cole slaw, lettuce, tomato, and onion

Fried Softshell Crab ........................... 13.99 Salmon Filet ......................................... 10.99

Kid Nugget .............................................. 4.95

Kid Grill Cheese ..................................... 2.95 Kid Spaghetti......................................... 5.95

STEAMED SHELLFISH

Shrimp Bucket (1 lb. XL.) ..................16.99

Steamers (1 lb. longnecks) .................9.99

Honey Dipt Chicken (8 pc.) .............. 13.99

Little Neck Clams (12) ......................... 7.99

Yellowfin Tuna ....................................... 10.99

Sea Scallops (1 lb.) ............................28.95

Mussels (1 lb. sweet & tender) .......... 7.99

Cheese Steak Sandwich......................8.99

Fried Clams (1 lb.) ................................ 13.99

Chicken Breast ...................................... 7.99

Chicken Nuggets (1 lb.) ........................11.95

Mussels with Marinara or White Wine(w/garlic bread)............................10.29

Shrimp Salad Sandwich ......................11.99

Calamari Rings (1 lb.).......................... 18.95

Alaskan Snow Crab (1 lb.) ..................14.99

Lobster Roll .......................................... 19.99

Buffalo Wings (12 pc.) ..........................11.99

Dungeness Crab (1 lb.) ....................... 15.99

Burger (8 oz) ..........................................7.95

French Fries (1 lb.) .................................3.99

Crabcake (Deviled 5¾ oz.) .................8.99

Onion Rings (1 lb)...................................4.95

U Peel Shrimp (1 lb.) ............................ 19.99 (w/lemon & cocktail sauce)

Swordfish............................................... 10.99

LOBSTER FEASTS

Market Price

Chicken Nuggets ...................................7.95

Fried Flounder (1 lb.) ........................... 15.99

All “Specialty” Platters Served with steamed vegetables & tarragon rice after 5 pm

Kid Burger ............................................... 4.95

Kid Shrimp ...............................................7.95

FRIED BUCKETS

Chicken Breast .................................... 10.99

Kid Dog (all beef) ................................... 4.95

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

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

Swordfish................................................ 17.95

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

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

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

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

BROILED COMBINATIONS

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

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Kids’ Night, High Point Firehouse, West 80th St., Harvey Cedars (609-361-7990) Children ages 3-10 are invited for ice cream and to see the fire trucks and first aid and police vehicles. Admission, $1. 7 pm. Call to register. Night Owls, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) Children 5 and older are invited to hear fun stories about owls and then dress up like them. Face paint is used. 3 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Shellfish, Barnegat Bay & You, Jacques Cousteau Coastal Education Center, 130 Great Bay Blvd., Tuckerton (609-812-0649, ext. 206, or www.marine. rutgers.edu/cousteau) ReClam the Bay presents the program. 10-11:30 am. Registration deadline, July 29. Stuffed Animal Sleepover, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) Children ages 3-5 are invited to bring their favorite stuffed animal for storytime. 2:30 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. 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. FRIDAY, AUGUST 3 Summer Splash! Drop-in Craft, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) The activity is for children of all ages. 2:30 pm. SATURDAY, AUGUST 4 Beach Blast Party, Surf City Firehouse, 713 Long Beach Blvd., Surf City. Live music, children’s activities, food, beverages and more are planned. 4-10 pm. Rain date, Aug. 11. Genealogy Club of Little Egg Harbor Library Open to the Public, Senior Citizen Center, 641 Radio Rd., Little Egg Harbor (609-296-7748 or www. gcleh.org) The club’s collection includes books and magazines on family research in the United States and abroad. Assistance in starting a family tree is also available. All are welcome, whether beginners or advanced. 1st Sat. of each month, 10 am-2 pm. 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. Moonlight Walk, Historic Whitesbog Village, 12013 Whitesbog Rd., Browns Mills (609-893-4646) An experienced guide leads a 3-to-5-mile walk. Walkers should dress for the weather and bring water and flashlights. Fee, $5. Reservation deadline, Aug. 3; leave name, phone number and number of people attending. Meet at general store, 7 pm. Inclement weather cancels.

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. “Peter Pan & Capt. Hook,” through Aug. 3; “The Tale of the Little Mermaid,” through Aug. 10. Children’s Theater, Barnegat High School, 180 Bengal Blvd., Barnegat (www.oceantheatre.org, 609-3128306 or ruth@oceantheatre.org) Ticket, $10. 10 am & 6 pm. “Snow White,” Aug. 22-25; “Cinderella,” July 18-21 and Aug. 30-Sept. 1; “101 Dalmatians,” July 25-Aug. 4; “The Wizard of Oz,” Aug. 8-18.

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(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

• Hush Puppies Twelve in a litter with cocktail, tartar and lemon $8.95 • Sashimi Cubes Diced sushi grade tuna on top of an avocado, half drizzled with spicy sauce and cucumber wasabi 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

Entrees

• New England Fish & Chips Battered cod loin served with tartar, lemon & slaw $19.95 • Brazilian Lobster Tail Fried 802 Brazilian Lobster Tail served with french fries, slaw, butter $26.95 • Alaskan Halibut Pan fried halibut served with french fries, slaw, tartar, butter $26.95 • 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

— 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 1-1/2 pounds of King Crab Legs Served the same way as the Twin........Market Price

The Best Pasta on the Island 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

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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

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

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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

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

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JULY 24-AUGUST 25 “The Sound of Music,” Surflight Theatre, Engleside & Beach aves., Beach Haven (609-492-9477 or www.surflight.org) See website for schedule and ticket prices. SATURDAY, JULY 28 “A Eulogy for Vincent,” LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609-494-1241 or www.lbifoundation.org) Apples and Oranges Productions presents a 1-man show set after Vincent van Gogh’s death, suitable for teens and adults. Tickets: member, $20; nonmember, $25. 7:30-9 pm. AUGUST 1-19 “Gypsy,” Barnegat High School, 180 Bengal Blvd., Barnegat (www.oceantheatre.org, 609-312-8306 or ruth@oceantheatre.org) Ocean Professional Theatre Co. presents the show. Tickets, $29-$35. AUGUST 3-5 & 9-12 “Me & My Girl,” Stafford Twp. Arts Center, 1000 McKinley Ave., Manahawkin (609-597-0553 or www. ourgang.org) Our Gang Players presents the show. Tickets: adult, $15; senior or student, $12; child younger than 13, $8. Thurs.-Sat., 7 pm; Sun., 2 pm. Opening night special, $25, includes hors d’oeuvres, beverages and front-center seat.

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 25 Catch a Rising Star All-Star Show with Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling, Surflight Theatre, Engleside & Beach aves., Beach Haven (609-492-9477 or www.surflight.org) 8 pm. See website for schedule and ticket prices. MONDAY, JULY 30 Catch a Rising Star All-Star Show with Judy Gold’s “My Life as a Sitcom,” Surflight Theatre, Engleside & Beach aves., Beach Haven (609-4929477 or www.surflight.org) 8 pm. See website for schedule and ticket prices. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1 Catch a Rising Star All-Star Show with Mike Marino and Jeff “Fat Rat” Pirrami, Surflight Theatre, Engleside & Beach aves., Beach Haven (609-4929477 or www.surflight.org) 8 pm. See website for schedule and ticket prices.

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Bluegrass & Pinelands Music, Albert Music Hall, 131 Wells Mills Rd. (Rte. 532), Waretown (609-971-1593 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. July 21, The Roustabouts; July 22, Sound of Sinatra; July 28, ReUnited; July 29, Jersey Sure Cats; July 31, The Kootz; Aug. 4, Rave On; Aug. 5, The Castoffs; Aug. 7, Voodudes. Concerts by the Bay, Sunset Park, West Salem Ave., Harvey Cedars (609-361-7990) July 25, eleven eleven; Aug. 1, Verdict; Aug. 8, Face Down; Aug. 15, Innervisions. Also, Island Surf & Sail gives free kayak demonstrations. 7-9 pm. Concerts by the Bay, 10th St. waterfront park, Ship Bottom. Attendees should bring a chair. Parking and rest rooms are available. 7 pm. July 19, The Roustabouts. 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. July 25, Jimmy & the Parrots; Aug. 1, The Kootz; Aug. 8, Jersey Gold. 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; Aug. 2, No Discipline; Aug. 16, The Kootz. 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 20, Nick Kosar; July 27, Billy Walton; Aug. 3, The Pickles; Aug. 10, Sweeter Than Honey; Aug. 17 The Angeltones; Aug. 24, Rave On. THROUGH AUGUST 27 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. THROUGH SEPTEMBER 2 Laser Shows, Robert J. Novins Planetarium, Ocean County College, College Drive, Toms River (732-2550342 or 732-255-0343; www.ocean.edu/planet.htm)

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f you’ve never seen the Learning Channel’s “Cake Boss” program, you’ll literally get a taste of it when the Friends of the Island Library present “Behind the Scenes at Carlo’s Bakery” on Monday, July 23, at 10 a.m., at the Long Beach Island branch of the Ocean County Library in Surf City. Located in Hoboken, Carlo’s is the setting for the reality TV series, which focuses on Bartolo “Buddy” Valastro Jr. and his family on how they operate the business, with an emphasis on making their ornately designed cakes, along with family gatherings and celebrations. The head cake decorator is Elizabeth White, who will be presenting the program. She will share some of the bakery’s recipes and give a cupcake-decorating demonstration. White also will offer free samples of cupcakes. “I started working there as an intern when I was 18, and I don’t want to leave,” she said. White, now 23, has an associate’s degree in bakery and pastry arts and a bachelor’s degree in hospitality administration from the University of Southern New Hampshire. “I think I was 10 when I decided that I wanted to go into the bakery business,” she said. White said that the bake shop was opened in 1910 by Carlo Guastaferro. In 1964, Bartolo Valastro Sr. acquired the bakery, and ran it for 30 years until he died in 1994. The “Cake Boss” show debuted in 2009. “Buddy was first known on the Food Network, where he participated in cakedecorating challenges,” she said. White said Carlo’s puts out about 30 to 50 wedding and specialty cakes per week. “The biggest we ever did was one that was 8 by 6 feet, which was for a carnival,” she said. “We’ve done cakes in the shapes of cars, and once we made one to look like Bumblebee from ‘Transformers’ (science fiction movie). It gets crazy every day at Carlo’s because we’re right in the heart of a heavily populated area. You have to get used to it, but we still have a lot of fun and enjoy what we do.” White said most of the decorative cake work is done in a recently opened 30,000-square-foot facility near the store. “I supervise six cake sculptors,” she said. “Carlo’s has about 150 employees, from the people who wash the dishes to the kids we have working up front at the store.” To r e g ister for the program, call the branch at 609-4942480. —E.E. Shows vary. Family show, Fri., 4 pm; laser shows, Fri., 8:15 pm & Sat., 4 & 8:15 pm. Admission: adult, $14; senior older than 59, $12; child younger than 13, $10. THROUGH SEPTEMBER 27 Gazebo Park Concerts, Rte. 9 & East Bay Ave., Barnegat (609-698-0080, ext. 122) Thurs., 7-9 pm, weather permitting. WEDNESDAY, JULY 25 Past Times Bluegrass Band, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) Attendees should bring seating for this outdoor concert. 7:30 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org.


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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. July 20, Shabbat on the beach, 24th St. ocean beach, Spray Beach, 6 pm. 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.

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MONDAY, JULY 30 Kids Concert, Veterans Bicentennial Park, Beach Ave. between Engleside Ave. & Amber St., Beach Haven. 6 pm. If inclement weather, held at LBI Historical Assn. Museum, Engleside & Beach aves. SUNDAY, AUGUST 5 Joshua Nelson Sings Kosher Gospel, Jewish Community Center of LBI, 24th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Spray Beach (609-492-4090 or www.jccoflbi.org) 7 pm. Call for tickets and information.


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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 www.stpetersbarnegatlight.org) Sun., said Mass, 8 am; sung Mass, 10 am. Refreshments in the garden after 10 am service. 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 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. 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 (609597-3225 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. 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 (609-296-9618 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 (609-296-3585) 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 (609-597-7177 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.

LBI Artists, Crafters Expanding Vistas, Inspiring Youngsters

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ong Beach Island Artists and Crafters is a coalition of talented local artists who are embarking on a renaissance this year. Projects with children, as well as expanded horizons for displaying their work, are noteworthy this summer. “Art Party for Kids” is a new event this year hosted by the group. On Tuesday, July 24, and Tuesday, Aug. 21, “Handprints in the Sand” and other art activities will take place at Bayview Park on the bayfront at 68th Street and the Boulevard in Brant Beach from 11 a.m. to noon. This is a free event, and beach badges are not required to participate. For more information on this specific event, contact jonicoach@aol.com. Membership Now Open Another announcement is that LBI Artists and Crafters is welcoming new members. There is no longer a membership fee. Anyone interested in membership may simply contact Janet Greco at info@lbiartistscrafters.com or phone her at 856-861-6159. The group operates as an informal collective that shares costs of exhibiting at events throughout the year. (The LBI Art Fest within the LBIFest in June has emerged as the main special event for showcasing local artists and crafters.) Several venues on Long Beach Island are carrying selections of LBI Artists and Crafters works. This provides shoppers a place to go to be sure to find local art, in many cases seashore-themed. The work of members can be found in these stores and galleries: Jeffries Floor & Decor, 129th Street and Long Beach Blvd., Beach Haven Terrace (the group’s official headquarters, phone 609-492-0010); Bankston’s, 615 North Bay Ave., Beach Haven; Alliance for a Living Ocean, 202 West 27th St., Ship Bottom; and the newly opened Gallery 100, 100 North Bay Ave., Beach Haven (see separate story in arts section). The website is another showcase of the varied styles of these artists and crafters. The site, lbiartistscrafters.com, shows creative ideas applied to accessories, apparel, art magnets, gifts, home and garden, jewelry, paintings, photography and souvenirs. Current members, in alphabetical order, include: Pam Cutler, Milan Dennis Earl, Cathleen Engelsen, Holly Fazelat, Ginnie Gottshall, Janet Greco, Kelly Layton, Jay Mann, Linda Storione, Tracy Tibbits and Richardo Valdes. Of interest to artists and crafters who would like to join the group, the website offers members a free online newsletter of local, national and international art opportunities for artists and crafters. Exhibit Exchange Developing With Spain Speaking of international opportunities, the expanded vista for displaying the group’s works is already reaching to Spain. Greco is at work on that aspect – she will work with selected artists and artisans who wish to be featured in a developing cultural exchange with the Spanish island of Menorca. These artists will have a tie with the Menorca Artists & Crafters (artmenorca.org) under the direction of Greco, who now lives in Menorca but periodically visits her Surf City family home. Greco is co-founder of Island Advisor, promoting the cultural exchange of the LBI/Menorca Sister Islands project, which is supported by the Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce. (For more on that aspect, see the website islandadvisor.com or contact Greco at 856-861-6159.) —M.S.


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THE LOBSTER CLAW Fresh Seafood Delivered Daily Prepared Daily OUR EXTENSIVE MENU INCLUDES Shrimp, Scallops, Crab Cakes, Chowder, Clams, Mussels & Much more. If You Prefer One of Our Succulent Meat Entrees, Our Meats Come from Okie's in Surf City.

Serving a Full Menu from Noon Daily Call for Chefs Daily Specials Accommodating Parties Up to 25 Guests Division Street & the Boulevard, Surf City Reservations Accepted 609-494-0400

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Lutheran Church of the Holy Spirit, 333 North Main St. (Rte. 9, ¾ mile north of Rte. 72), Manahawkin (609-597-2696, www.lutheranchurchoftheholyspirit.org) Sun., worship, 9:30 am. Nursery available. Praise and worship service, first 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. (609597-7586 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 (609-597-7666 or 609-5977107) 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, (609-812-0073 or www.pinelandschurch.org) Meets at Frog Pond Elementary School, 305 Frog Pond Rd. off Rte. 539, Tuckerton, Sun., 10 am. Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) – Barnegat, East Bay Ave. (609-698-2058) Sun., worship, 10 am. Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) – Little Egg Harbor, 21 East Main St., Tuckerton (609-294-3636) Sun., worship, 10 am. St. Mary’s Catholic Church, 747 West Bay Ave., Barnegat. (609-698-5531 or http.//stmary.shoresurfer. com) Masses, Sat., 5:30 pm; Sun., 8 & 10 am, noon & 5 pm; Mon.-Sat., 8 am. Confession, Sat., 3:30-4 pm. St. Mary of the Pines, McKinley Ave., Manahawkin. (609-698-5531 or http.//stmary.shoresurfer.com) Masses, Sat., 4 pm; Sun., 7:30, 9 & 11:30 am; Mon.-Fri., 9 am. Confession, 1st Sat. of each month, 3-4:30 pm. St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, 367 Rte. 9, Waretown (609-698-8561 or ststephenswaretown.com) Sun., Holy Eucharist, 8 & 10 am. Fri., morning prayer & healing, 9 am. St. Theresa’s Catholic Church, 450 Radio Rd., Little Egg Harbor (609-296-2504 or www.sttheresalittleeggharbor.com) Masses, Sat., 4 pm; Sun., 7:30, 9 & 11:30 am. Sacrament of Reconciliation, Sat., 3-3:45 pm. Southern Ocean Congregational Church, Meets at Parkertown Firehouse, 830 Railroad Ave., Little Egg Harbor (609-812-0325 or www.socchurch.org) Sun., worship, 10 am. Tuckerton Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses, 840 County Highway 539, Little Egg Harbor (609296-0331) Call for information. Unitarian Universalist Congregation, Holiday Mall, 734 Rte. 37 west, Toms River (732-244-3455 or www.uuocc.org) Sun., service, 10:30 am followed by hospitality hour. All are welcome. Child care during services provided. Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Jersey Shore, 75 South Pomona Rd. (corner of Pomona and Liebig St.), Galloway (Egg Harbor Twp.)

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(609-965-9400 or www.uucsjs.org) Sun., service, 10 am followed by coffee hour; child care and children’s program are available. Waretown United Methodist Church, 27 Bryant Rd. (609-693-3134 or waretownumc.org) Sun., coffee & pastries, 8:30 am; hymn sing, 8:45 am; services, 9 (traditional) & 11 (contemporary) am; signing for deaf at 11 am service. Child care available for both services. West Creek United Methodist Church, Church St. & Thomas Ave. (609-296-0770) Sun., worship and Sunday school, 9 am. Wright Memorial Presbyterian Church, 332 South Main St., Rte. 9, Barnegat (609-698-3358 or wrightchurch.org) Sun., regular service, 10:30 am. Sunday school, 10:15 am. Fri., youth night, 6 pm.

Forever Fit Mature Adult Fitness, (800-560-9990) Southern Ocean Medical Center’s Wellness Center sponsors the programs for healthy adults age 50 and older. Fee, $3.50 per class. Mill Creek Community Center, 1199 Mill Creek Rd., Manahawkin, Mon., Tues. & Fri., 8:30-9:30 am; Barnegat Community Center, West Bay Ave., Mon. & Fri., 7:45-8:45 am. St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, 357 Rte. 9, Waretown, Tues., 10:30-11:30 am, & Fri., 11 am-noon. Share Psychic & Intuitive Experience & Learning, Tudor Cottage, Little Egg Harbor. Participation is free; space is limited. Mon., 6-8 pm. Call Kathleen at 609-294-1013 or 609-709-9562 Bus Trips to Resorts International Casino, Leaves Great Bay Plaza, 200 Mathistown Rd., Little Egg Harbor. The Great Bay Woman’s Club hosts the trips. Cost, $20, includes $22 casino voucher. 1st Thurs. of each month, 9:30 am. To reserve, call Jean at 609-296-4028. Old Barney Amateur Radio Club, Ocean Acres Community Center, 498 Nautilus Drive, Manahawkin (www.obarc.org) 1st Tues. of each month. Amateur radio VE test session, 6:30 pm; meeting, 7:30 pm. Open Rec Night for Children, Little Egg Harbor Community Center, 319 West Calabreeze Way, Mystic Island (609-296-9700) There are table games, board games, 2 Wii systems and more. Fri., 6-8:30 pm, except holidays. Beach Haven Community Arts Program’s Commemorative Bricks, The bricks are placed in the paths at Veterans Bicentennial Park in Beach Haven. Contribution, $100. Call 609-492-2253. Bingo, American Legion John Wesley Taylor Post #232, 499 North Main St. (Rte. 9), Barnegat (609698-8632) Doors open, 5:30 pm; calling begins, 7 pm. Al-Anon/Alateen, (888-425-2666, or 856-547-0855 daytime) This is a 12-Step program for friends and relatives of alcoholics. Alateen is for ages 10-18. This is not a religious program. Sun., Mill Creek Community Center, 1199 Mill Creek Rd., Manahawkin, step/discussion & Alateen, 7 pm. Mon., King of Kings Church, 1000 North Main St., Manahawkin, Beginners, 10 am; S/D, 10:30 am; Waretown United Methodist Church, Bryant Rd. (Rte. 612 east), S/D, 7:30 pm. Tues., Lutheran Church of the Holy Spirit, 333 North Main St., Manahawkin, beginner, 7 pm; S/D, 7:30 pm. Wed., West Creek United Methodist Church, Thomas Ave. & Rte. 9, S/D, 8-9 pm. Thurs., Mill Creek Community Center, beginner, 10 am; S/D, 10:30 am; St. Francis Community Center, 47th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach, beginner, 7 pm; S/D, 7:30 pm; Forked River Presbyterian Church, Rte. 9, S/D, 8 pm. Giffordtown Schoolhouse Museum, Leitz Blvd. & Wisteria Lane, Tuckerton (609-294-1547) The tworoom restored schoolhouse contains exhibits on the Tuckerton Railroad, the Tuckerton Wireless and more. Open Wed., 10 am-4 pm. Nashville Songwriters Assn. International Workshops, Pinelands Regional High School, Nugentown Rd., Little Egg Harbor (609-296-4881) Call Tommy Allen for information. 2nd Wed. of each month, 7-9 pm. Counseling Services Available, Monmouth/Ocean Division of Catholic Charities, 128 Cedar St., Tuckerton (732-505-3113) Individual, family and marital counseling are available for those in need regardless of race, color, religion or creed. Well Spouse Support Group, OCC Southern Education Center, 195 Cedar Bridge Rd., Manahawkin (609-9782077) The group is for spouses and partners of the chronically ill or disabled. Participants can share thoughts, feelings and anxieties in an informal, nonjudgmental environment. Meets last Wed. of each month, 8 pm. Ocean Acres Civic Assn., Ocean Acres Elementary School, Nautilus Drive, Manahawkin. Ocean Acres residents are welcome. Anyone requiring transportation, call 609-698-7583. Meets 2nd Tues. of each month, 7 pm. HIV/AIDS Education & Literature, LBI Health Dept., 11601 Long Beach Blvd., Haven Beach (609361-1000, ext. 250 or 609-492-1212) Free education and literature are available to any LBI resident. Referrals for testing also provided. All calls, appointments and referrals are confidential.


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Blue Ridge Meets Barnegat Bay With Bluegrass By ‘Past Times’

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he Past Times Bluegrass Band brings its sounds of the Blue Ridge and Appalachia regions for an outdoor concert at the Long Beach Island branch of the Ocean County Library in Surf City on Tuesday, July 24, at 7:30 p.m., in the parking lot. The fivemember acoustic group includes Barbara Muccie, mandolin; Randy Bailey, bass; Don Sojka, resonator guitar; Ed Krisni, guitar; and Ron Trotta, banjo. Regular performers at Waretown’s Albert Music Hall, Past Times’ set list features covers of country and bluegrass classics, including “Your Cheatin’ Heart,” “Blue Days, Black Nights,” “Where Did the Good Times Go,”

“Sweet Blue Eyed Darlin’,” “Keep on the Sunny Side” and the instrumental “Foggy Mountain Breakdown.” “We also do some more-obscure songs like ‘Dark as the Night’ and ‘Dooley,’” said Muccie. “We also have some originals that we like to perform.” Audience members are welcome to bring lawn chairs and blankets. And if you have the urge to get up and swing your partner ’round and ’round, go for it. Copies of the group’s four CDs will be for sale. For more information, call the branch at 609-494-2480. —E.E.

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ROOTS-Y REPERTOIRE: The Past Times Bluegrass Band performs covers and original tunes at its annual Island Library outdoor gig Tuesday, July 24, at 7:30 p.m.

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o you have an antique/classic automobile to show off? The Vintage Automobile Museum of New Jersey is taking entries for the Memories by the Bay Classic Car Show on Saturday, July 28, at the Ship Bottom boat ramp/waterfront park. The event is sponsored by the borough parks and recreation department. Entry fee for participants is $15. Cars will be registered beginning at 8 a.m., and judging starts at 11. A trophy presentation ceremony is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. There will be special “dash plaques” awarded to the first 100 vehicles pre-registered. T-shirts can be purchased for $10. “We have about 30 signed up, but most of the people register on the day of the event,” said David DiEugenio, museum director. “I hope we could get around 175 entries.” He said there would be special trophies for Best in Show, Best Pre-War, Best Post-War, Mayor’s Choice and Director’s Choice. In addition, 24 entrants will walk away with Judge’s Choice awards.

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HISTORY ON WHEELS: The Vintage Automobile Museum of New Jersey has taken over coordinating the Memories By the Bay Classic Car Show in Ship Bottom.

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ENTERTAINMENT ROW BAR APPLEBEE’S BAR & GRILL BAYBERRY INN

THURSDAY FRIDAY

BREEZES

Dan Brown Duo

BUCKALEW’S

Uncle Albert & Rambling Joe, 5 pm karaoke, 8 pm

CALLAHAN’S CALLOWAYS DADDY O DOYLE’S POUR HOUSE BARNEGAT DUTCHMAN’S BRAUHAUS Bavarian Tavern The Upstairs The Quelle ENGLESIDE SAND BAR THE GATEWAY THE GRAPEVINE

SUNDAY

MONDAY

George Abbot

Brian Parr, 6-10 pm

Joey D’s Doo Wop Party, 7:30 pm Rockin’ Renee George Abbot George Abbot The Pickles Jason Booth, 1 pm Alkaweed, 8 pm Ridgemont High The Lootz

Mike Byrne Show

George Abbot

Jammin’ Janice karaoke

George Abbot

Mike Byrne, 7:30 pm

Dan Brown

Ted Hammock Smokey Starr

Dublin’s Shay Mac, 7 pm Vin Basile, 5-8 pm Tracy & Lee, 9 pm Ted Hammock & Matt Fisher, 6-10 pm

Trax, 9 pm

Psychic Readings by Lisa, 6 pm country line dancing

Chris Hacker, 9 pm

Ted Hammock & Jason Booth, 9 pm

Dan Barone, 6-10 pm

Brian Eastburn, 6 pm Pat Karwan

karaoke Lime Lite Reggae Band, 7-10 pm

Contraband

Chris Fritz, 3-7 pm

Dan Brown Duo, 3-7 pm

Chris Gustelli, 8 pm

Weird Al karaoke, 8 pm

Tony Pileggi The Mulch Brothers

Edgar & Friends

Lenny G & The Soulsenders, 3-7 pm Weird Al karaoke, 8 pm

Lenny G & The Soulsenders, 3-7 pm Fred Conley, 4 pm

Dave Jones, 7:30 pm Mikey Jr. & The Stone Cold Blues Band, 8:30 pm AJ Stone, 3-7 pm

Smokey Starr Chris Gustelli, 3-7 pm

Dan Brown, 3-7 pm

Weird Al karaoke, 6 pm

The Cait Dacry Band Jimmy on piano The Benjamins

open mike, 7:45-9:30 pm

Mashwork Orange

The Nerds

Mashwork Orange

The Jonzes, 3-7 pm

Your Ex Boyfriend, 3-7 pm

KUBEL’S TOO

Lisa Bouchelle, 7 pm Billy D. Light, 10 pm

Michael Clayton Moore, 3-7 pm karaoke, 10 pm

LIGHTHOUSE TAVERN THE MARLIN NARDI’S

karaoke

Clutch Dog

In & Outlaws

Temporary Grace

Lauralea & Tripp Fabulous

Acoustic Night with Mike & Jay

The Nerds

3 AM

Pasta & Sinatra, 5 pm Elvis Show, 5 pm Lima Bean Riot, 10 pm Under Pressure, 10 pm

Face Down, 5 pm Liquid A, 10 pm

Dave Christopher, 5 pm Weird Owl karaoke Richie & the All Stars, 10 pm 70s Night, 10 pm

Ted Hammock, 9 pm Dan Barone, 10 pm

Brian Parr, 10 pm

Collateral Jammage

OCTOPUS’S GARDEN

Pasta & Sinatra, 5 pm Weird Owl karaoke, 5 pm Lima Bean Riot, 10 pm The Replicants, 10 pm April, 6-9 pm April, 6-9 pm

Collateral Jammage

SEA OAKS GOLF CLUB THE SEA SHELL - in the club Dave Weber, by the pool 4-7 pm

Alkaweed

Satin Steel

Someone Say Something, 10 pm The Replicants, 10 pm The Impulsives, 3:30-7:30 pm

Hyperactive, 3:30-7:30 pm

Chris Gustelli, 3-7 pm

Shorty Long & The Jersey Horns, 3:30 pm Ted Hammock & Matt Fisher, 10 pm Tony Pileggi, 3-7 pm

DiscoTeks, 10 pm

No Discipline, 10 pm

Bill & Andy Show, 5 pm

Fred Conley

Ted Hammock

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WEDNESDAY

Jason Booth

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PLANTATION RICK’S AMERICAN CAFÈ

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JOE POP’S

SATURDAY

Pat Karwan, 3-7 pm Fred Conley, 5-9 pm

Mike Byrne, 8 pm SURF CITY HOTEL TERRACE TAVERN TUCKERTON BEACH GRILLE VIKING FRESH OFF THE HOOK

Chris Gustelli, Ted Hammock, 4-7 pm The Pickles Band, 4-7 pm 4-7 pm Chris Gustelli, 10 pm Dylan Manfredi, 10 pm The Pickles Duo, 10 pm Dave Sodano, Sinatra Smokey Starr, 3-7 pm by the Sea, 5-9 pm Shorty Long, 10 pm

Bryan McCabe, 3-7 pm Rich Meyer, 9 pm

live entertainment

live entertainment

Mojo Manny

NOTE: SOME VENUES MAY HAVE DJS OR OTHER DIVERSIONS ON OTHER NIGHTS. Bike Registration Program, To reduce the frequency of bicycle thefts and expedite the return of stolen bikes, the LBI police departments have started a free program. Everyone, including visitors, is encouraged to register their bikes. Call for registration information. Beach Haven, 492-0505; Harvey Cedars, 609-494-3036; Long Beach Twp. & Barnegat Light, 609-494-3322; Ship Bottom, 609-494-1518, and at Walters Bicycles during business hours; Surf City, 609-494-8121. LBI Swing Dance Club, Singles or couples, beginner or expert, ballroom, country, latin and swing dancers

are welcome to meet at whatever establishment has the most suitable band each week. Contact 609-4949742 (weekends) or jtitus@ erols.com (weekdays). Diabetes Support Group, SOMC Family Resource Center, Ocean Club, 700 South Rte. 9, Manahawkin (800-560-9990) Meets 1st Thurs. of each month, 2 pm. Down’s Syndrome Support Group, Pinelands Regional High School, Nugentown Rd., Little Egg Harbor (609-294-0605 or 609-296-3109) High Hopes Support Group meetings are for anyone wishing to learn about Down Syndrome. 1st Mon. of each month, 7 pm.

Ocean County Historical Society Museum, 26 Hadley Ave., Toms River (732-341-1880) Guided tours, Tues. & Thurs., 1-3 pm; Sat., 10 am-4 pm. Research library open, Tues., Wed. & Thurs., 1-4 pm; Sat., 10 am-4 pm. Divorced Parents Group, Stafford Twp. Recreation Center, 385 Jennings Rd., Manahawkin. Meets 3rd Thurs. of each month, 7:30 pm. Call Robert at 609-978-0812. Family Planning Program, 1173 Beacon Ave., Suite B, Manahawkin (609-597-6094) Family Planning

offers complete gynecological examinations, birth control information and supplies, sexually transmitted infection screening and pregnancy testing services for women. Fees are based on a sliding scale. Rolling Thunder POW-MIA & Veterans Organization, Lanoka Harbor Firehouse, Rte. 9, Lanoka Harbor (609-971-3544, 609-242-0626 or 609-698-8509) 3rd Tues. of each month, 7:30 pm. Battered Person Hotline, (732-322-9092) Call for help for anyone in Ocean County of any age who is abused or battered.


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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 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? 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

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VFW Post 316 of Mystic Island, 259 Gifford Rd., Little Egg Harbor (609-296-2671) Meets 1st & 3rd Wed. of each month, 7:30 pm. New members are welcome. Informal Band & Sing-along Sessions, Knights of Columbus Hall, Forked River. Sat., noon-4 pm, when hall is not rented. Any musician or singer interested in playing or singing easy Dixieland-style arrangements can write to Joe Derhay, c/o Knights of Columbus, 15 East Lacey Rd., Forked River, NJ 08731. Visiting Homecare Service, (609-597-7211 or 732244-5565) This nonprofit organization offers housekeeping and health care services to Ocean County residents during times of illness, frailty or stress. Well Baby Clinic, LBI Health Dept., 11601 Long Beach Blvd., Haven Beach (609-361-1000, ext. 250 or 609-492-1212) Children from birth through preschool age must be registered in order to attend this monthly program, which provides well-care screenings, immunizations, developmental assessment and pediatric management. Call for appointment. Laurel Auxiliary, Tip Seaman County Park, Rte. 9 & Lakeview Drive, Tuckerton (609-296-4604 or 609296-5747) Comprised of all age groups, the auxiliary holds fund-raising and social events to support the Southern Ocean Medical Center Foundation. 1st Fri. of each month, 1 pm. Breast Cancer Support Group, SOMC Family Resource Center, Ocean Club, 700 South Rte. 9, Manahawkin (800-560-9990) The group is for women undergoing treatment for breast cancer, and their family members. Meets 2nd & 4th Tues. of each month, 7 pm. Barnegat Twp. Regular Republican Organization, Masonic Hall, East Bay Ave. Speakers and discussions are featured. New members are welcome. 3rd Tues. of each month, 7:30 pm. Call Jerry at 609-698-4322. Habitat for Humanity of Southern Ocean County Requests Donations & Volunteers, (609-978-9984) The goal is to raise funds to build homes for needy families. Call to volunteer; send donations to Habitat for Humanity, 668 Rte. 9, West Creek, NJ 08092. Early Intervention, Suite 10, 102 East Bay Ave., Manahawkin (609-597-0023) This free program is for children from birth through age 3 who have slow development or developmental disabilities. Parents attend with children and work with trained professionals. Kiwanis Club of Lacey, Angelo’s Oyster Bay Restaurant, Rte. 9, Forked River. Membership is open to active or retired people who live, work or conduct business from Bayville to Barnegat. Call Anne Gudzak, 609-693-3778. Meets Wed., noon. LBI Woodcarvers Assn., Call for location (609296-5606) Speakers demonstrate woodcarving and painting techniques. Senior members are eager to help newcomers get started. Guests, potential members and all skill levels are welcome. 2nd Wed. of each month, 7:30 pm. OCEAN Inc. Head Start, (732-244-5333) A free comprehensive health, education and social services preschool program for income-eligible families is offered for 3- and 4-year-olds. Call for eligibility guidelines. Immunization Clinic, (609-341-9700, Ext. 604) Free clinics are offered by Ocean County Health Dept. for infants to school-age children. Sessions are held in Manahawkin, Toms River and Lakewood. Call for appointment. Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE), (732-255-0404) Ocean County College, College Drive, Toms River. The organization is affiliated with the Federal Small Business Administration. Free advice is available from experienced professionals for new or existing small businesses. Casino Trips to Showboat, The Polish American Club & Associates host the trips, 2nd Tues. of each month. Pickup is at Great Valu parking lot, Mathistown Rd., Little Egg Harbor, 5 pm. Call 609-296-3565. AIDS Testing & Counseling, 175 Sunset Ave., Toms River (732-341-9783) Ocean County Health Dept. provides free and confidential testing. No appointment necessary. Tues., 5:30-8 pm. Free Breast & Cervical Screening Available, Women ages 40-64 are invited to call The Lighthouse Network at 800-621-0096. Clinics are in Manahawkin, Toms River and Lakewood. Wanted: Men Who Like to Sing, The Barnegat Bay-Tones Chorus meets at old Stafford Library, 94 Stafford Ave., Manahawkin, Thurs., 7:30 pm. This barbershop chorus is looking for new members, ages 18-80. Learning tapes are provided for anyone who doesn’t read music. Call Don at 609-492-8381 or Phil at 609-698-6161. Crafty Ladies, St. Mary’s Church, Msgr. Reinbold Hall, 747 West Bay Ave., Barnegat. Mon., 1-3 pm, except holidays. Call Nancy at 609-660-0163.

Lacey Democratic Club, Lacey Twp. Community Hall, Lacey Rd. & Rte. 9, Forked River. New members are welcome. 2nd Wed. of each month, 8 pm. Call John Coan at 609-693-9937. Volunteers Wanted, Ocean County Historical Society, 26 Hadley Ave., Toms River (732-341-1880) The society seeks people who can give a few hours of help per week or month in the museum education department or library research center. Prior knowledge is not needed. Call Diane Lingsch or Linda Kay. “Martha Mary Design Ministry,” St. Mary’s Church rectory, Barnegat. Decorating Committee meets 2nd Sat. of each month. New members are welcome. Call 698-5531. Library for the Blind & Handicapped, (800-7928322) Books are available on cassette and in large print at no cost. American Legion Fredrick W. Born Post 511 94 Stafford Ave., Manahawkin. 3rd Mon. of each month, 7 pm. New members are welcome; rides available. Call Cmdr. Bob Winder at 609-597-4309. Adult Health Promotion, LBI Health Dept. provides blood pressure screening plus health education on diet, medication and risk factors for diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and breast, cervical and colon/rectal cancer. Beach Haven Borough Hall, (609-492-0111) 1st Mon. of each month, 10 amnoon. Island Branch Ocean County Library, Surf City (609-494-3064) 1st Tues. of each month, 11 am-noon. Harvey Cedars Police Dept., (609-4942843) 3rd Tues. of each month, 9:30-10:30 am. Barnegat Light Borough Hall, (609-494-9196) 3rd Tues. of each month, 11 am-noon. LBI Health Dept., 11601 Long Beach Blvd., Haven Beach (609-3611000, ext. 250 or 609-492-1212) 2nd & 4th Wed., 10 am-noon. CONTACT of Ocean County Offers Service, CONTACT is a 24-hour crisis intervention/listening telephone service available to the troubled, lonely, depressed or suicidal, as well as the individual who just needs someone to listen. Call 732-240-6100. Nurses Group, St. Mary’s Church, Msgr. Reinbold Hall, 747 West Bay Ave., Barnegat. New nurses and ideas are welcome. 2nd Wed. of each month, 7:30 pm. Call Peg Watson at 609-693-3645. Survivors of Suicide Support Group, St. Francis Center, Room 212, 47th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach. 2nd Thurs. of each month, 7:30 pm. U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 7-10, Ocean Twp. Community Center, 239 11th St., Waretown. Visitors are welcome. 3rd Tues. of each month, 7:30 pm. Call Cmdr. Elise Carson at 609-971-0928. Family Child Care Providers Sought, Providers can earn an income by caring for up to five children in their Ocean County home. Call The Children’s Home Society of NJ at 732-905-6363, ext. 136. Breakfast Is Served, Stafford Twp. Firehouse, 133 Stafford Ave., Manahawkin. 3rd Sun. of each month, 8 am-noon. Helping Hands Mission Seeks Donations, This nonprofit, charitable organization purchases, collects and distributes supplies such as food, clothes, furniture, hygiene products for local children ages newborn-13 years who are in need. Write the mission at PO Box 504, Barnegat, NJ 08005. Soroptimist International of LBI, Soroptimist International is a worldwide organization of women in management and the professions, working together to advance human rights and the status of women. The chapter meets 2nd Wed. of each month, SeptemberJune, 6:30 pm at various LBI restaurants. Anyone interested in attending a meeting may call Beverly Welling at 609-492-1032. Boys & Girls Club Car Campaign, (1-800-2460493) The clubs will accept most any car, with no restrictions. Cars will be sold at auction, and proceeds will help local clubs. Call for info. English Conversation Group, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480 or theoceancountylibrary.org) Groups meet in an informal environment and are led by trained volunteers. The group is intended for people who are new to speaking English. Tues., 3-4 pm or 4-5 pm. Grandparents: Especially Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Support Group Meets, Holy Spirit Episcopal Church, Mary White Library, 220 East Main St., Tuckerton (609-296-8300) The Center for Healing and Wholeness hosts the group. 1st & 3rd Tues., 10 am. To register, call 296-8300; walk-ins are welcome. Adult Basic Skills Program Offered, St. Francis Center, 47th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach (609-494-8861, ext. 185) Any adult with literacy needs can receive help to improve reading and/or writing skills.


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New Art Address in Beach Haven: Gallery 100 Art Center Opens

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teve Carter’s experience as an entrepreneur and Tracy Carter’s experience in the art world just naturally coalesced into their new venture, opening Gallery 100 Center for the Arts. Just a few weeks old, the huge gallery space of 5,000 square feet was crafted out of the former Tuckerton Lumber store in the center of Beach Haven. “We’ve already sold 17 pieces of art,” said Steve Carter on Tuesday. “One piece sold right off the truck as we were loading it into the gallery.” That sale seemed to portend the enthusiastic response the gallery has been enjoying from the art-viewing public. “During our opening, we must have had 300 people in here,” said Carter. Tracy Carter is a gifts officer working in fundraising for the Philadelphia Museum of Art, handling its Internet initiative “Art 24/7.” She also served in the gifts office with the Whitney Museum. “She has a master’s degree in visual arts from NYU so she helps choose the artists,” said Carter. A silent partner from Key West, Tom Greenwald, hasn’t yet seen the gallery space. Steve Carter’s background as a vice president in charge of sales for a software company helps him in the business. “Although I do enjoy art and I do a bit of painting, I’m more on the business side of things while Tracy selects the art. We also have a panel of people who go out and find artists.” The selected artists presented five of their works to the panel for consideration. The couple from Philadelphia saw something of a visual arts vacuum on the south end of Long Beach Island and decided to fill it. “Beach Haven has the Surflight Theatre and the Historical Museum. There’s a lot of culture here, but it was missing an art gallery,” said Carter. “The Long Beach Island Foundation of Arts and Sciences is on the north end of the island, but there’s no real resource for people to participate in the arts on this end. The idea was to offer classes and an outlet for local artists.” Its location in downtown Beach Haven helps draw people into the gallery that is open late most days, until 9 or 10 p.m. “It’s been working out well,” said Carter. “Every Friday and Saturday, there’s a waiting list for Buckalew’s (Restaurant) and people have been coming in here and walking around for a half hour. There’s a lot of foot traffic.” He can also move the partition walls displaying the art around the space in order to feature different artists. Carter created the walls out of fashion industry racks. “It’s a short season so we aim to keep it fresh. That’s why the walls move. We change it up every Friday. We’re finding we’re taking in between three to five new artists every week; we have enough wall space.” In fact, the unique open space allows Carter to house sculptural pieces such as Dan Lomax’s “Flip Flop 1,” a large u-shaped bronze that holds pairs of the iconic, bronzed

Photographs by Pat Johnson

BRIGHT START: Gallery co-owner Carter Steve (above), with mild-mannered Chompers, holds sway over a new art emporium. Artists, photographers and artisans fill the former hardware store with works such as Mark Tucker’s ‘Garden of Eden’ (left) and ‘Boat House Row’ by David Fox (below).

summer scuffs. “I’d like to see this piece turned into a fountain. Can’t you see the water flowing down the flip-flops?” said Carter. He has great respect for the artists currently in his stable, and gives a quick tour followed faithfully by his Jack Russell mix, Chompers. “Susan Barnes is from Medford. She does wonderful oils of sailboats and seascapes. My favorite is ‘August Cats,’” said Carter. “Dan Lomax’s ‘Marlin Tail’ is a solid bronze. He’s an interesting guy, a great guy. He has work in Grounds for Sculpture. My favorite piece is ‘Jelly Roll.’ He cast real jellyfish for that. “Jay Mann’s aboriginal dream horseshoe crabs are something else. Look at that detail. I love his fishing column in The SandPaper. We also have his Bakelite jewelry. “David Fox is an artist from Philadelphia who was trained to do architectural renderings, but went back to painting. He does bright landscapes of Philadelphia, like ‘Boat House Row.’” Carter said many of his summer customers in Beach Haven are from Philadelphia. “You have the New Yorkers on the north end, but we still have the Philadelphia crowd here.” “We have great photographers, too. David Gurtcheff’s work just flies off the walls. We sold four of them already. We also have Ralph Burglund, Jason Murray, Jack Reynolds, Janet Grecco and Ed Woods. Grecco’s work was in the ‘Weird New Jersey’ show at the Noyes Museum. Woods is a professional photographer who takes other photographers on photo journeys to rediscover their passion for their craft.” Abstract artists are also represented in the gallery. Carter enjoys the mathematical works of Paul Hanson such as ‘Euclid’s Notion’ and the primitive style of Mark Tucker, an artist from

Barnegat. Manahawkin artist Michael Indorato is going off in a new direction with his “Sex in the City,” “City Bridge, Philadelphia” and “City Life” panels in gray and black. His earlier sea-inspired pieces are also on display. Glass artists are represented by Cheryl Syminink and her mosaics and Chiara Reading’s sculptures combining glass and nautilus shells. Ken Stetz’s watercolors of sailing ships impress Carter with their detailed realism, and many local artists fill the watercolor section: Jeannette Bond, Marilyn Flagler, Pat Morgan, Missy Maschal and Harriet Fink, to name a few. “We never could have guessed that

we would have found 27 really good artists in this area producing beautiful work, works that really move you. It’s such a small, supportive community. Now our focus is to try and find the main artists that are not yet here.” Besides offering classes for children, taught by Michael Indorato and other artists, the Carters also plan to incorporate a portrait school through the prestigious Studio Incomminati, a school for contemporary realism located in Philadelphia. “We’re currently looking for models,” said Carter. He also hopes to bring artist Guy Harvey up from Cape May to do a book signing. “We’re going to have lectures. Art-

ists will talk about their inspiration for their work. It’s going to grow,” said Carter. “At first it was like ‘Oh God, a hardware store,’ and then trying to get artists to come in was a real laborious activity. But luckily enough we were able to get everyone’s stuff on the wall in time for the opening. It took about two to three weeks to hang the show. Now the doors are open for the public and still open for artists. We do have a call out for artists and we’ve had a lot of response to that.” Call the gallery at 609-492-1330 or go to gallery100lbi.com for more information. — Pat Johnson


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By BILL GEIGER id you ever watch a gaggle of gulls flying lazily around the bay, making large, elongated circles that actually get bigger and bigger, until only one or two gulls are left in the group, the others having flown off for better pursuits? I’ve been watching them for some years now, wondering what that behavior is all about. Perhaps there is a morsel of food in the middle of the circle down on the bay. Perhaps they’re all eying it, trying to edge a little closer to see if it’s a good prize. Event ually the movement of their circle takes them farther away from their chosen morsel, and they forget about it, all except for the one who was concentrating on it the most. Then he or she hightails it back for the morsel in question, only to find a piece of wrapper left there by a careless fisherman. I’m not sure whether any of that actually happens, or whether I’m making it all up, but it is instructive when it comes to the distractions that can lead us astray when it comes to our weekly DVD consumption. There are any number of things out there that work to sidetrack us from our appointed hour of viewing, and we must be steadfast in our approach to watching our DVDs, like that one gull. This week the pickins’ are slim, but we have films with Christian Bale, Willem Dafoe and most of the cast of “American Pie,” so something should interest you. Two of those slim pickins’ are “The Casserole Club” and “Joe + Belle.” In the former film, directed

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by Steve Balderson, a group of 1960s suburbanites tries to one-up each other with instructions for casserole making, holding weekly dinner parties to swap recipes, which turn into weekly orgies where more than food is swapped. The fi lm is like a whacked-out “Desperate Housewives,” partly sunny at fi rst, then veering into much darker territory. The latter film, “Joe + Belle,” was written and directed by, and also stars Veronica Kedar, an Israeli actress who plays drug dealer Joe. Sivan Levy plays Belle, a French woman with vague antisocial tendencies. They meet in Tel Aviv, take part in a bizarre murder, then fall in love. This one is somewhat obscure, and is certainly not for everyone’s taste, but both films are new to the world of DVD this week, and you should probably grab two bags of popcorn for each. Willem Dafoe, who has had a varied career playing all kinds of roles, has a real meaty one (sorry for the pun) here in “The Hunter,” about a bit of a recluse named Martin David who is hired to come to Tasmania and hunt the rare Tasmanian tiger, believed to be nearly extinct. A bioscientific company called Red Leaf wants the tiger found and killed, so that parts of it could be used for military purposes. David knows nothing about this, but fi nds himself right in the middle of a major battle between logging interests and environmentalists. “The Hunter” is a solid fi lm, mainly because of Dafoe, and Sam Neill, who plays a guide who leads David into the jungle looking for the tiger. We’ll reserve three bags of popcorn for “The Hunter,” as it will

THE SANDPAPER/WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 2012

DVD Rental Land Has Slim Pickin’s But a Few Laughs

HOME BASE: North Jersey STYLE: Covers of every style for every occasion, with popular songs from the 1970s through present day, specializing in funk, hip-hop, dance and soul. Energetic choreography supports a strong front of five vocalists and blasting horn players. LINEUP: Therese Marie, flow; Alexandra Arndt, vocals; Frank Scillieri, sax and vocals; Bill Jarvis, trumpet; Eric Gross, guitar; D’Arcey Ciccone, bass and vocals; Ray Carega, drums; Johnny “Bonez,” percussion; Jordan Piper, keys. SOUND BYTE: “Not just an ordinary band – we’re party professionals.” A serendipitous meeting of members led to the band’s formation late last year. TWO’S TAKE: A nine-member band packs big sound and makes an even bigger impression. CHECK OUT: OUT: thereplicantsband.com BE THE JUDGE: Saturday, July 21, at the Sea Shell nightclub, Beach Haven. —V.L. constantly surprise you. One that may not is “Battle Force,” a World War II drama about the creation of the 1st Special Service Force, an elite unit tasked to move into Sicily before the Allied invasion and bring back important information. It is the brainchild of Scott Martin, who wrote, directed, and stars as Lt. Allen Wright, the commander of the group. The force originally was comprised of misfits,

Overheard this week

Guy at the bar: “My uncle, the other alcoholic, always says, ‘If you’re going to drive, drink Rumpelmintz because no one will know.’”

… in Surf City Dad (with family playing a board game on the deck): “RELIC!” Girl: “What does that mean?” Dad: “Relic. Music. Classic. Classical music!”

… on 19th Street, Surf City: Kid to parent, walking past The SandPaper office: “Imagine if they printed on actual sandpaper one day? It would be like April Fool’s Day. Imagine if they did that?”

… at Mustache Bill’s, Barnegat Light: Woman discussing best-selling book series: “There are three books. It’s not just sexual; it’s romantic. It’s every woman’s fantasy. I love it.”

… at the Laughter Lounge at Longshots, Waretown: Man in the audience at Gilbert Gottfried show: “Pfft! Bwa ha ha ha ha ha! Oh my god!”

… at the Gateway, Ship Bottom:

… outside Rita’s Water Ice, Surf City:

Band member onstage during Sly Caps reunion show: “This is what happens when your fans are now old enough to drink.”

Little girl, standing atop pilings: “I’m the queen of the world!”

… Upstairs at the Dutchman’s, Cedar Bonnet Island:

… at Wawa, Ship Bottom: Young woman at the deli computer: “What kind of food do they have here?”

Flamin’ Harry: “I saw a cartoon the other day, said ‘ape hangers for life,’ and the guy was using a walker.”

ne’er-do-wells and recalcitrants, who were given superior training, and for the Sicilian event a small group was chosen from among those men. Besides Martin, the film also stars Clint Glenn Hummel, Tony Pauletto and Brandon Kyle Davis. Yeah, I wondered who they were, too. It’s violent and really over the top, so we’ll grab one bag of popcorn for “Battle Force.” The old “American Pie” crew – you remember them, Jason Biggs, Alyson Hannigan, Eugene Levy and Seann William Scott – are back in “American Reunion,” wherein the group get together for their high school get-together. In a way it’s kind of nice to catch up with the crew and see what they’re up to – who’s still married, what kind of jobs they have, that sort of thing. There’s sweetness to parts of this fi lm until the men start hitting on some teenagers, and then the movie goes down the dumper. I know the original had this kind of edgy humor, but I really didn’t care for it then, and most definitely do not in this one. So grab one bag for “American Reunion,” and let’s hope they never have to make another one. Here’s an interesting double feature. First, fi nd “Mysteria,” a strange little film about a Hollywood screenwriter named Aleister (Robert Miano), struggling against the mother of all writer’s blocks, who fi nds himself caught up in a murder investigation, the progress of which gives him all kinds of grist for his

unfi nished script. Billy Zane, Danny Glover, Michael Rooker and Martin Landau co-star. Some good acting fi re-power here. Then rent “Cherry Bomb,” an über-violent revenge story of an exotic dancer named Cherry Bomb who arms herself like a drug cartel and goes after the sleazy group of men who assaulted and raped her. Julin Jean is the stripper, and the other misfits read like a who’s who of British cinema. We’ll grab one bag for each film, and hope things never get as bad as actually having to watch this proposed double-feature. In “The Flowers of War” Christian Bale, who this week will star in the newest Batman fi lm, plays a westerner who happens to be in the wrong place at the wrong time, namely Nanking during the Japanese invasion of 1937. He plays mortician John Miller, who is sent to a church to prepare the recently deceased priest for burial when the Japanese move in, killing and raping everything in sight. Miller fi nds he must impersonate the priest to help save a group of Chinese schoolgirls and local prostitutes who are being sheltered there. As in most everything he does, Bale is mesmerizing as Miller, a role in which the mostly un-heroic man is forced to confront some basic truths about life. Grab four bags of popcorn, but be warned – some of the rape scenes are pretty graphic. An interesting, if somewhat long film is Kenneth Lonergan’s “Margaret,” the story of a schoolgirl named Continued on Page 44, Sec. 2


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41 SECTION TWO THE SANDPAPER/WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 2012 Kristen Blair

UP ON THE ROOF: Saturday night finds friends gathered, comfortably seated under umbrellas, in lounge chairs or at the bar, with a view of the ocean and bustling Island life below. Kristen Blair

ROCK HARD: Front man Nate Ross is a powerhouse, backed by three equally hard-hitting musicians with technical skills, star quality and unforgettable stage presence.

By VICTORIA LASSONDE ometimes, a whole lot of drama can be a very good thing. A hard rock cover band extraordinaire called Johnny Drama played at the Marlin in Beach Haven Saturday night and brought down the house with a triple combo punch of music, video and machismo. The band comprises front man Nate Ross, bass player John Kanopka, guitarist Christian Colabelli and drummer Joe Nivare. They formed in 2009 and have enjoyed “a solid three years.” “We’ve been extremely busy since the beginning,” Ross said. The band is managed by the Philly-based 107 Productions. The guys, who lifted the “goofy-cool” (Kanopka’s words) band name Johnny Drama from a character on HBO’s “Entourage,” came together by leveraging two lead singers from different bands, each of whom has technical experience in video production and graphics and computers, and adding two music program grads from MI and Berklee on drums and guitar. Colabelli played on cruise ships before he joined JD; music is his living, and he splits his time among two additional bands. The hard work is a small inconvenience for pursuing a passion, “because you love music,” Colabelli explained. Ross admitted there are frustrating aspects

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of any job – but the most enjoyable and rewarding part of a musician’s work is onstage, watching people in the crowd loosen up and relax. The show itself has a more hard-hitting and energizing effect, though. Ross is a screamer, with a strong voice and an ear for pitch, and his band mates are enthusiastic engines, delivering power through heavy rock versions of past pop hits, while classic music videos, movie clips and other pop-culture imagery form a backdrop that is synced to the live show. With Ross at the helm, and Kanopka taking the lead vocals on more melodic numbers, and Colabelli echoing immortal guitar licks with precision, the band is more than well suited to covering Metallica, Kid Rock, Rage Against the Machine and other gritty old-school metal, angst-y hard rock and rap-metal artists as well as Journey and Muse. To set up the “JDtv” technology at the beginning of the night takes a long time compared to other bands, but the explosive first number, in this case the Dropkick Murphys’ “Shippin’ Up to Boston” (followed swiftly by “Sex on Fire” by Kings of Leon), makes the wait more than worthwhile. The audio-visual combination saturates the senses and creates an “arena rock” feel. The band plays two 90-minute sets, which are long and jam-packed with continuous hits, including an ’80s medley with abbreviated versions of great old songs and oft-sung

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ast year when daddy O opened its rooftop bar, it was mainly a sun deck, with lounge chairs and a small wet bar. This year, Pete Palladino, general manager and director of operations at both daddy O and the Plantation in Harvey Cedars, re-envisioned the functionality of the rooftop space and relaunched it as the O-Bar, to dazzlingly chic and cozy effect. Multiple seating options on chaise lounges, at four-top tables or at the bar make the space dynamic. “I wanted to create a lot of intimate spaces,” Palladino said. A raised, carpeted platform also invites a “come in and take your shoes off ” vibe, which was Palladino’s goal, and plenty of potted palms and other greenery gives it warmth. Strands of small red lights drape lazily

overhead, giving off a soft glow to complement the blue of the night sky. On Friday and Saturday nights, a DJ provides the soundtrack, and on Sunday evenings Will Duvall plays solo acoustic. “The best advertisement,” Palladino said, “has been people driving down the Boulevard and seeing people on the roof up here.” Such was the case Saturday at dusk, when the whole space was bustling with happy people enjoying the fresh air and upbeat music and the view from atop the boutique hotel, out over Island activity down below, clouds and pines visible for miles. As the sky darkens the red bulbs intensify. It’s not just for hotel guests. Come in the front entrance and ask to be directed upstairs. —V.L.

refrains – “Relax,” “Sunglasses at Night,” “Sweet Dreams,” “Cars,” “Wang Chung,” “I Ran” (Flock of Seagulls, remember?), “Don’t You Want Me, Baby” and “Here I Go” – plus newer tracks by Sublime and Foster the People. And no crowd is immune to the “dance contagion” of a good ’80s medley. The video component was originally added when the owner of Whiskey Bar in Hoboken asked Johnny Drama to put together a video show for its vertical Thursday night gig at that venue, which was a transition the band

was already considering, given Ross’s video background. So they picked a launch date and worked feverishly to compile the imagery and lights in time. “JDtv was exclusive at Whiskey Bar for almost a year before we ended our run there and started taking it on the road,” he said. Of what makes the bonds among the four of them so strong onstage and off, Kanopka said, “It’s rare that four people can get along.” Johnny Drama will return to the Marlin on Aug. 18. * victorialassonde@thesandpaper.net


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et’s talk waves. Let’s talk about fun, peeling, warm, clean (enough) summertime swell. Let’s talk about offshore dawn patrols, low-tide afternoons and evening glass-offs. Let’s talk about longboard gliding, bodysurf poundings and shorty shreds. Let’s talk turns, airs and floaters. (“Tubes” would be getting carried away.) After three weeks, we went from barely a ripple to fully ripplable. The ocean came alive last Wednesday for some really fun surf for the end of the week. The weekend brought a brief lull, but even that produced a few sweet little lines. This is such a typical summer scenario: Cedar Bonnet Island’s Matty Guarino was in the midst of 20 straight days of work, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner (occasionally all three) in two different restaurants. He had missed the surf last week and finally got a crack in the middle of the day on Friday. He was so hungry that I watched him lacerate a few knee-high lefts. Then it was off to start prepping for the dinner rush. “I just keep working and thinking about our next 6-foot day,” he told me in the water on Friday, “just coming off the bottom and seeing that lip.” He may be waiting a while for a 6-foot day, but there’s no doubt that a bit of surf returned to our shores. The surf started building last Wednesday. Everyone who does surf lessons started coming back to the surf shops and eateries, talking about a little swell on the rise. And sure enough, there was a nifty little waisthigh wave out there. By evening, it was chest high with maybe a touch bigger wave at the best spots. And although the wind was light onshore, there was a good amount of open face. Monday was perhaps the best day of July so far, completely glassy all morning with 2- to 3-foot waves that turned out to be a blast, especially between the tides. Following several weeks of oceanic crap, nothing feels better than to get those quick pumps down the line and get off a lipper – not a weak butt wiggle to a desperate lunge at a crumbly section, but a legitimate “thwack” off the top. Or perhaps it was a speedy run through the pocket punctuated with a full rail cutback. Perhaps you were just happy to leave the log in the garage or your grovel board in the car, in favor of your favorite thruster. Either way, you just can’t beat waves in July. “I may have missed the best evening, but I got out the next morning on the 9-foot 6 and it was fun,” said Pete Dwulet, who is busy between his power-washing job and airbrushing the tikis in front of Wave Hog Surf Shop this summer. “It had just been so long since we had waves.” Changing lanes real quick, here’s a true story: I was standing in a crosswalk with my newborn in a little sling. I’m not really a stroller guy, and I refuse to wear one of those Baby-Björns. Nothing wrong with them – just not my style.

Anyway, I’m standing in a clearly marked crosswalk, and there’s a stream of cars moving unimpeded past me. It doesn’t really bother me that no one is stopping. Eventually the light a few blocks away will turn red and I can hop across the Boulevard. But before that can happen, a fella walking his dog cruises right past me, causing the northbound drivers to slam on the brakes. “They have to stop for ya!” he yells back to me. Now that the flow has stopped, I take advantage, scurry halfway across, and stop again. I always double-check that the southbound driver isn’t engrossed in an ever-important Tweet about the Rihanna show last night (only reason I know that pop music reference is because she’s from Barbados). While doing this, I mutter to the kamikaze dog walker, “You’re out of your mind …” Technically, though, he’s right. As of 2010, the law in New Jersey changed from yielding to pedestrians in crosswalks to mandatory stopping for pedestrians in crosswalks. Continued on Page 46, Sec. 2

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‘Best Day’ Surf Event for Kids With Special Needs By JON COEN hat is your best day of the summer? Maybe it’s a big fishing trip out of Barnegat Light. It could be competing in one of the lifeguard competitions or paddle races. Your band playing the Gateway in Ship Bottom? Perhaps a family reunion in Peahala Park? For some it will be an epic day of waves. But there are some children who face physical and social hurdles so challenging that they’ve never had a chance to catch a fluke, paddle a race board or play guitar. This weekend, a national organization is coming to Hudson Avenue in Harvey Cedars to give some kids their best day of the summer. It’s aptly called the Best Day Foundation, and it started in 2008 to enable children with special needs to build confidence and self-esteem by making friends and riding waves. It was founded in Santa Cruz, Calif., by two longtime volunteers of the Californiabased Ride A Wave program. West Coast surfers Max Montgomery and Brooks Lambert sought to spread the idea to other communities. Today there are chapters in Ventura, Calif., and New Jersey. This summer there will be six beach gatherings, with Best Day’s first-ever event on Long Beach Island this Saturday, July 21. “I first saw a small ad on the Surfline website while checking for waves in Surf City,” said Kerry Murphy of Harvey Cedars. “I clicked and thought that this is something even a surfer could do to give back. I signed up as a volunteer, and went to one of

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DVDiscussion Continued from Page 39, Sec. 2 Lisa (Anna Paquin) who witnesses a woman hit by a bus, and inadvertently might have caused the accident. She takes it very hard and, in acting out in various ways as she does, learns how difficult the choices of adulthood are. Paquin is excellent and other players, notably Matt Damon, Mark Ruffalo, J. Smith-Cameron, Jean Reno and Matthew Broderick (who provides the title), give uniformly fi ne performances. You’ll need three bags of popcorn for “Margaret,” and set aside about 2½ hours for the fi lm. Another three-bagger, maybe even fourbagger, is “Being Flynn,” a story of love, loss, anger and forgiveness. Paul Dano, whom I haven’t seen since “Cowboys and Aliens,” stars as Nick Flynn, a young man who works at various homeless shelters around Boston. One day he spots his father, Jonathan (Robert De Niro), a raging oddball who has been out of Nick’s life for some time. Jonathan wants to reconcile with Nick, but Nick is still hurting from his mother’s recent death, and needs to decide whether he wants his father back in his life. In “Being Flynn,” director Paul Weitz has put together an unsparing, unsentimental film with one of De Niro’s best performances

in decades. The Submarine Movie of the Week: For this week’s film, we’ll look at “U-571,” supposedly the story about the recovery of Germany’s famed enigma coding machine, which the British apparently did. But Hollywood, in all its bluster, has given the accolades to Americans. “U-571” hit the big screen in 2000, having been written and directed by Jonathan Mostow. In the fi lm, the Germans are having their way attacking shipping across the Atlantic until a sub is rendered powerless by a destroyer’s depth charges. After asking other German subs for help, the Americans retrofit one of their own subs, the S-33, to look like a Nazi sub. Commanding it is Lt. Commander Dahlgren (Bill Paxon), who, after he is wounded, relinquishes command to Lt. Andrew Tyler (Matthew McConaughey), and it’s Tyler who must rendezvous with U-571, capture the coding device and bring it over to the allied side. Despite its spurious history, “U-571” is loaded with suspense and has enough twists and turns to keep interest high. McConaughey is good, and the naval shenanigans among the men, both German and American, preserve both the claustrophobia of the submarine and the tension of the need to break the German coding. “U-571” requires at least three bags of popcorn, and a close viewing to see how the action unfolds. Also for your consideration… During the late 1960s, in what were her “sex kitten” years,

Jane Fonda made the movie “Barbarella,” directed by her then-husband Roger Vadim. The story comes from a French comic book, is set in the far future and is very high camp, but if you want to view it on Blu-ray, it is now available. I say go for it. Another interesting space flick – actually, it’s “High Noon” filmed on a moon of Saturn’s mining colony – is “Outland,” a 1981thriller with Sean Connery and Peter Boyle. Highly suspenseful, and nothing at all like “Barbarella,” “Outland” is directed by Peter Hyams and has also just been made available on Blu-ray. The top five video rentals for the week, as tabulated by rental giant Redbox, are as follows: at number five, “This Means War,” a rom-com with Reese Witherspoon, Tom Hardy and Chris Pine; at number four, “Wrath of the Titans,” with Sam Worthington, Liam Neeson and Ralph Fiennes; at number three, “Act of Valor,” with Roselyn Sanchez and assorted real-life Navy SEALs; at number two, “Safe House” with Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds; and at number one, the cop comedy “21 Jump Street,” with Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill. That’s it in the world of DVDs for this week. Keep an eye on those gulls, and remember, if one should drop some bird poop on your head, it’s considered good luck – probably mostly for the people who are with you, since they don’t have to go clean off their heads. Stay cool, and I’ll see you in two.

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‘Best Day’ Continued from Page 42, Sec. 2 some residents and came to the conclusion that it would be a great fit.” At each event, families who have pre-registered show up and an army of volunteers take the child surfing, bodyboarding, or kayaking. (They even do Best Day events in the winter at different mountain resorts, where participants go snow tubing.) They start the day by doing an obstacle course built on the beach. With an emphasis on safety, each child is assigned a beach buddy to keep an eye on him or her. And every time a child goes into the water on one of the oversized surfboards, he or she has no fewer than six volunteers to get the child into a wave and arrive safely on the beach. “I have been surfing for about six years,” said Henkes. “As I’ve told many of my friends and family, it has changed my life in so many positive ways. For many of the participants, Best Day is one of the few opportunities they have to go to the beach and experience activities like surfing and bodyboarding. Being a part of making that possible is one of the most rewarding things I have had the pleasure of doing. It is so totally touching and heartwarming to see the kids’ expressions of joy and the parents’ expressions of gratitude.” The last decade has seen the formation of many groups that help people of all ages with special needs to connect with the ocean. Each surfing outreach group has its own techniques. There are two organizations that specifically focus on children with autism, as the feeling of riding a wave tends to make them open up to new experiences. Many parents who come out to Best Day events have children within the autism spectrum. The Autism Society claims that autism is the fastest-growing developmental disability, occurring in an estimated 1 in 88 births. The experience is now being studied by certain researchers. New Jersey is said to have higher autism rates than the national average, although some suggest that our educational system is just better at diagnosing it. Saturday has 37 children signed up to surf. Every event fills up quickly. “Any local families that didn’t get in should definitely come and check out what we do,” added Henkes. “They should also sign up for the waiting list on our website. All the remaining dates are full, but we do get cancellations.” All the events are free thanks to sponsorships and grants from organizations and businesses, from Cliff Bar and Surf Tech to the Surfer’s Environmental Alliance and the Newman’s Own Foundation. Surf company Quiksilver donated new wetsuits this year. But each day requires a massive amount of logistics. The last few weeks, the Best Day members have hit the Island looking for support. “We spent two Saturdays putting up event flyers at surf shops, restaurants and stores,” Henkes explained. “And we got really great reactions from the individuals we spoke with. The residents of LBI seemed to be genuinely interested in what we do and were excited that we are bringing Best Day to LBI. We received many good-luck wishes, expressions of support, and even a few unexpected donations. It was such a positive vibe. We're feeling really good about our decision to expand to LBI.” Bageleddi’s and Speakeasy Pizza, both in Ship Bottom, will be supplying breakfast and lunch for participants and volunteers. Barnegat Light Liquor Store donated 10 cases of water, while Andy’s Bait and Tackle made a $100 cash donation. The group is still looking for eateries to fill the remaining need. “We were only asking to put up a flyer, so I was totally blown away by these generous offers. That’s the first time that happened while putting up flyers,” said Henkes. Harvey Cedars Beach Patrol Captain Randy Townsend said his squad is always looking to get involved, and some guards will be volunteering. There are still volunteer slots available. “The town was really receptive during the town hall meeting and very easy to deal with afterwards, during the approval process,” said Henkes, “We’re really excited about our first Best Day event on LBI and are looking forward to a long and successful relationship.” The Best Day Foundation event in Harvey Cedars starts at 8 a.m. * joncoen@thesandpaper.net


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FULL BOAT: The ‘Titanic’ crew paid stunning homage to the historical event. For one reviewer, the show tops any he has seen outside of New York or Boston.

Photographs by Jack Reynolds

By RICK MELLERUP ne of the greatest moments of theater in history took place during the U.S. Civil War, and it wasn’t the performance of “Our American Cousin” at Ford’s Theatre the night Lincoln was assassinated. Rather it was the stagecraft directed by Confederate Maj. Gen. John B. Magruder as Union Gen. George McClellan approached Yorktown, Va., during his drive toward Richmond early in his Peninsula campaign of 1862. Magruder had only 11,000 men at his disposal while McClellan led just less than 100,000. But, as historian John C. Waugh wrote in his book Lincoln and McClellan, Magruder “had a bent for the theatrical. He put on a marching and remarching show, running the same troops into the Union army’s line of vision over and over. This convinced McClellan that Magruder had a force at least twice what he actually had – up to 30,000 men – with reinforcements pouring in steadily from Richmond and Norfolk.” Instead of overrunning Magruder’s feeble force, McClellan laid siege to Yorktown, taking a full month to force the Rebels to withdraw. That slowed his drive on Richmond to a crawl, leading, eventually, to a Union defeat. I was reminded of Magruder when taking in the Ocean Professional

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Theatre Co.’s production of “Titanic.” The show has a large cast, some 30 actors in all. But under the seamless direction of Paula Hammons Sloan it seemed, appropriately, as if it had a cast of hundreds, with performers effortlessly ebbing and flowing on and off the wonderful set designed by David Esler. “Titanic,” which won five Tony Awards including Best Musical in 1997, is as daunting for most troupes as attacking entrenched Confederate positions was for McClellan. After all, not many can build a massive three-story set as done in the original on Broadway; the cost of building such a set on hydraulic lifts so that it can tilt to a 45-degree angle when sinking a la Broadway is prohibitive, to say the least. Nor can many companies put together a cast capable of playing the wide assortment of characters found in “Titanic.” The musical, with a book by Peter Stone (“1776,” “Woman of the Year,” “My One and Only”) and music and lyrics by Maury Yeston (“Nine,” “Grand Hotel”), doesn’t, like the popular movie of the same name, focus on just one story – Jack and Rose. Instead it sketches, if not fully paints, a couple of dozen characters both real and imagined. There are the ship’s captain, E.J. Smith (Dale Given); the Titanic’s builder, Thomas Andrews (Paul

THE RIGHT NOTES: The Asbury Park-based original folk-rock group Lightning Jar (top) provides a soothing sound to complement the sipping, swishing and mingling. (Above) About 60 wines and 20 craft beers were represented at the tasting, which sought to raise money for the organization and to bring together a range of age groups.

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ore than 150 guests filled the main gallery of the Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences Friday night for the first-ever Beer and Wine Tasting event, where 60 different wines and 20 different beers were represented by distributors and pourers who offered expertise on the unique qualities of each beverage. Wine Country supplied the inventory. Marketing coordinator Lydia Owens was thrilled by the feedback she received afterward: “I got a really great and positive response. … I was even told that people said it was the best event they had attended at the LBIF, which is incredibly flattering, considering it was the first event I’ve ever put together, and our organization has been here for so many years.” She was most pleased about

meeting one of her biggest goals for the evening, to bring together a range of age groups for the unifying purposes of sipping, learning, snacking and listening to great music. “The band Lightning Jar did a fantastic job playing for us, which really set the mood for the whole evening,” she said of the Asbury Park-based trio (sans drummer) that provided an original, Wilcoinspired indie folk-rock sound as a complementary backdrop for the tasting. Two guitarists and a mandolin/tenor guitar player filled the air with sweet, homegrown harmonies while partygoers sniffed and swished, sampled and mingled the night away. Foodies, along with LBIF culinary instructor Tom Scangarello, catered out of the LBIF kitchen and kept the plates of food flow-

ing – miniature grilled pastrami Reuben sandwiches, finely sliced pork loin atop crostini, finger-foodstyle French bread sandwiches and other mouthwatering hors d’oeuvres. Plates of chicken wings from Chicken or the Egg in Beach Haven, accompanied by various dipping sauces, were a fitting (and fast-disappearing) contribution to the craft beer station set up in the center of the gallery. Door prizes were donated from local businesses including Skipper Dipper, Surf City Island Golf, The Good Life Boutique, Song of the Sea, Anchor Limousine and Breezin’ Up. “I think everyone really had a blast, and hopefully they’ll come back to our tasting again next summer,” Owens said. — Victoria Lassonde victorialassonde@thesandpaper.net

Sandberg); and owner J. Bruce Ismay (Chance Blakely). There are also four officers, a quartermaster, a radioman,

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Continued from Page 42, Sec. 2 As my friend so succinctly put it two years ago: “I’ve been looking both ways for 35 years. I don’t think I’m gonna stop now.” I agree with that philosophy. Whether Johnny Law is on your side or not, bounding out into moving traffic is never a good idea. I predict the dog walker will have a great story to tell his grandchildren some day. “Yeah sonny, I marched right out in front of that Escalade and made my point! He won’t be ignoring my crosswalk any more. Now can you push me over to the window? I can’t maneuver this wheelchair like I used to.” And it’s one thing if you want to cross without looking, but don’t subject Snoopy to such idiocy. Crosswalks are a tough thing in New Jersey, simply because – well, they’re not very “Jersey.” Long before we had this rule, it was accepted in happy, sunny places such as California and Colorado. But New Jersey is survival of the fittest. Like most locals, I’ve always thought that people driving north/south are generally going to work. Folks on foot going east/west are enjoying a day at the beach. For the sake of efficiency, I would think drivers might have the right of way. But that’s not the case. And it carries a heavy penalty: NJ Statute 39:4-36 states: two points, $200 fine, 15 days of community service, and

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insurance surcharges (which in New Jersey could mean anything from your first-born child to pints of blood). And here’s a side note for all of you summer people. If you stand in the crosswalk with your surfboard or fishing pole in November, you don’t even exist to motorists. And I’m fine with that. Of course, there is a good amount of uncertainty about these laws. “We can’t have pedestrians walking out in front of traffic, even with the law as it stands,” Ship Bottom’s Police Chief Sharkey told me this week. “If you have single-lane traffic, the law is fine. But we essentially have five to seven lanes on the Boulevard in Ship Bottom with the turning lane, and if there’s a truck in the left lane, that guy doesn’t even see the pedestrian and doesn’t know why the car next to him is stopping.” The Ship Bottom police have not been overly aggressive in enforcing the law because they don’t feel it’s safe to drivers or walkers, and safety is their foremost priority. He said the law essentially creates a blind spot. “We have an issue with the law. You’re already in a resort area and people don’t always know where they’re going, so it’s dangerous to pedestrians. There’s a traffic light every three or four blocks. We would rather see people walk to the light or wait for a break in traffic.” Then there are the folks who simply screech to a halt for anyone with an inflatable alligator, crosswalk or not. That’s mighty kind of you, but Continued on Page 49, Sec. 2

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This “One Of A Kind” custom home has it all, starting with a gourmet kitchen featuring Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, and plenty of room for a crowd. Nearly $200,000 worth of builtins and  custom moldings grace every room. Home is configured with three bedrooms, with an option to convert one of the two living rooms into a fourth bedroom. The “crow’s nest” office occupies one of  the living areas, with great views of the bay. The exterior is a landscaper’s showcase! Backyard includes a Koi pond with waterfall, custom cedar pergola with swing, separate outside shower house, and full irrigation system. Too much to list, a definite must see at this reduced price.

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Surfing Magazine’s 2011 Shaper of the Year, Robert Weiner of Roberts Surfboards, will be swinging through Farias’ Surf in Ship Bottom this Wednesday, July 18, from 2 to 4:30 p.m. with some East Coast team riders signing posters. Then Catch Surf comes through the Surf City location on July 29 with the Get Wet Tour, a promo at the shop at 4 p.m. and a Beater Board contest and Expression Session at 6 p.m. This Saturday is the Best Day Foundation event at Hudson Avenue in Harvey Cedars for anyone looking to volunteer and get some kids with special needs into waves. Remember that the Island Surf and Sail fourth annual Ladies Paddle Challenge is Friday, July 27, at Bayview Park in Brant Beach. Registration starts at 4 p.m. and the race, run by LBI’s Minister of Fun Jack Bushko, starts at 6 p.m. And then, of course, there are the Jersey tomatoes, which are about to freaking explode this week. Have a good one. * joncoen@thesandpaper.net

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Stafford. Quaint cottage on an oversized lot with screened patio and detached garage with workshop. Bay access is steps away for crabbing, kayaking and boat mooring. Surprisingly spacious with 3 bedrooms, eatin kitchen, living room, laundry room and large sun porch with bay views. Hot water baseboard heat for year round usage. MLS#3058358 $269,000 (609) 494-6622 or (800) 669-7917

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Little Egg Harbor. On a deep water lagoon with beautiful views and easy access to Great Bay and Barnegat Bay. Open floor plan with French door to patio with remote canvas awning. New kitchen, new windows, vinyl fencing and siding, good bulkhead and dock, custom shed and more. Easy summer living can be yours to enjoy this season. MLS#3058225 $239,000 (609) 296-7111 or (800) 959-5975

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knock it off! When you stop for every random schmoe in the middle of the block, not only are you endangering the driver behind you and the pedestrian, but on the right day, you could cause a fender bender back in Cherry Hill. A pedestrian has to find the nearest crosswalk or simply wait. So how about bikes? Chief Sharkey informed me that bikers are not pedestrians. Bikes must follow the rules of the road. A driver does not have to stop for anyone on a cruiser, surrey, road bike or unicycle. However, if the cyclist is walking his or her bike, then he or she is now a pedestrian. And skateboards? Actually, I didn’t bring that up. Chief Sharkey was very accommodating to my questions, but after too many incidents in my youth, I don’t talk skating with cops. And when someone does stop for you, even at a crosswalk, you’re supposed to give a wave, a head nod, secret hand sign … something to acknowledge them. That may not be in the official law, but I’ll see about having it put in there. Last week I mentioned that the Alliance for A Living Ocean’s LBI Longboard Classic is Aug. 18, a month away. Unlike some of the other contests this summer (all worthy and good times), this is the only one that’s run by a nonprofit organization. And at this time, this very important group that looks out for the health of our ocean needs a bit of help. Despite a growing awareness for our ecosystem, there has been a steady decline in AOL membership during the past few years and a lack of donations. Maybe you can attribute that to the economy. But $30 a year? Come on. That’s dessert for a party of four. Is the chocolate lava cake really that important when there are hypodermic needles washing up in June? ALO got a $10,000 donation in 2011 that helped keep it afloat, but that doesn’t happen every year, and the organization relies on the Classic to generate revenue. Let’s not forget that the seining and puppet shows are free all summer

that means, but I’m told it’s quartz that’s the color of the ocean. In fact, me trying to describe jewelry is like Karl Rove trying to describe poverty, so you should probably just check ’em out yourself on the My Girl is Water Facebook page. They run $29.99, and she’s already moved 60 of them. One hundred percent of the proceeds will go to the Jersey Shore Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation specifically for LBI campaigns. MacConnell understands that plastics are our major threat. “Growing up, a cobalt-blue piece of something rolling around with the shells at the shoreline meant the find of the day. Blue sea glass! The only question was whether it truly qualified as a keeper. Was it tumbled smooth on all sides? Now, during my beach walks and runs, there are many cobalt-blue sightings, but the enthusiasm is long gone. These colorful bits are, almost without exception, pieces of plastic,” she said. MacConnell sold right through her stock of necklaces at LBIFest in June and now the necklaces are available in South End Surf N’ Paddle, Lily in the Valley Florist, Sandy Banks, Gallery 100, Firefly and Surf Unlimited. Making news this week, West Creek’s Siobahn MacAuliffe recently traveled to California for the Victoria World Championships of Skimboarding and took second in the Women’s Division. A huge congratulations to her, and hopefully we’ll get a hold of the now-famous skimmer for a feature in next week’s SandPaper. The ESA Central New Jersey district somehow ran Contest #6 on Sunday up in Bradley Beach around the town wide “Lobster Fest.” Manahawkin’s Rick Huegi nailed another first in Senior Men’s. Kali Emery (whom I saw ripping last Wednesday night) took third among the Women. The next event brings the ESA back to Long Beach Township for the conclusion of the Surf Unlimited LBI Triple Crown.

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with a $5 “suggested” donation. Right now, ALO is not only working to keep the ocean and bay clean today, but joining larger networks of environmental groups to get ambitious legislation passed for long-term water quality. People come here expecting a clean ocean. I don’t think anyone needs to be reminded that each car over the bridge is imperative to our livelihoods. “It’s funny that people can drop $200 on amusements or a bar in a heartbeat, but a $40 family membership is too much money to help save the environment on which they thrive? People need to think and support the island they love so much,” said Elizabeth Burke Beaty, an ALO member. “I went to a seining event last week with my 2-year-old and it was packed, but I didn’t see anyone paying for the program. Hopefully I missed prior monies being exchanged.” Some folks might think that ALO is doing just fine. With so many programs and volunteers, things must be just swell. But when you’re treading water to keep that water clean, it’s not easy. “I feel like ALO and our island get ‘used.’ It seems it’s the same loyal givers and members – the smart, young, un-jaded, ambitious kids volunteering. I wish we could make Island visitors and locals see the bigger picture,” Beaty said. At $25 to enter, the Longboard Classic is the best deal you’re gonna get – spend the day on the beach watching and riding ’60s logs with some of the Island’s most colorful characters while listening to some classic surf rock, and go home with a T-shirt. Hell, they’ve even provided snacks in the past. You can even do one better and sponsor the event, promote your business by getting a tent on the beach, name on the T-shirt and mentioned repeatedly by emcee Ric Anastasi throughout the day. In other news of good people doing admirable things, Heather MacConnell of Beach Haven, who hand-makes some unique beachy jewelry under the name “My Girl Is Water Jewelry”, has started a local fundraiser for the Surfrider Foundation. The project is named for what she calls her “Drop of Water” necklaces. These are made with an aqua chalcedony briolette. I’m not going to pretend I know what


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GOOD GOTT: Gilbert Gottfried headlined the Laughter Lounge at Longshots on Saturday.

Great Guffaws For Gottfried At Longshots Comedic Star Slays At Laughter Lounge By MICHAEL MOLINARO n the back room of The Back Room at Longshots in Waretown sat comedian Gilbert Gottfried, sipping some sort of drink involving Coke as he prepared to headline a two-show night of comedy on Saturday – but not before an interview with The SandPaper. He spoke in a calm, quiet voice far different from the loud, grating norm audiences are used to hearing. There was no squinting or frantic hand gestures backstage. His eyes and politeness seemed to reveal a kind and gentle soul – an old, caring Jewish grandmother stuck in the body of a 57-year-old, tiny Jewish man-troll. Gottfried came across as a man simply trying to do a job and offered little in the way of introspection on what had led him to perform in Waretown, N.J. “What brought me here is a car,” said the New York-based comic. “Hopefully I’ll be returning to civilization after I leave Waretown.” John Conte is the promoter of the Laughter Lounge, which began at Lefty’s in Barnegat and since made its new home at Longshots in Waretown. A Sept. 11 survivor and comedian, he brought in Gottfried through connections he has with New York comedians. A portion of the proceeds on the night went to David’s Dream and Believe Foundation, a local nonprofit organization that helps with cancer expenses. “Every big event we donate to some kind of charity,” said Longshots co-owner and manager Matt Breslow. When asked whether charitable events are something he would like to be more a part of

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he Sly Caps reunited at The Gateway in Ship Bottom Sunday night and played to a packed house of mostly local fans. Singer and guitarist Justin Bohr said, “It’s funny that this is the best crowd we’ve played for. This is what happens when your audience is old enough to drink.” Drummer Zach Jones played without getting a single practice in with the band beforehand. The band jammed through covers ranging from George Harrison’s version of “Got My Mind Set on You” to “Buddy Holly” by Weezer as well as originals the band wrote together and separately as solo artists in the years that followed the band’s breakup in 2004. “They’re too good not to have a dance floor … or a camera crew, for that matter,” said Dee Farace, a singer in Shorty Long and the Jersey Horns, who noted tables taking up valued space in front of the stage. At one point, original bassist John Voinski joined the band onstage while mainstay bassist Jonathan McElroy picked up the trombone for a brief set. The band ended with its bestknown song, “The Boring Life,” which was featured in the band’s original appearance on MTV’s “Made” at a battle of the bands performance, but not before the crowd lured them into performing a three-song encore by shouting, “One more song! One more song!” “It was great. It’s been awhile. It was nice, all ninjas, you know?” said guitarist Matt Fisher, who explained what he meant by “ninjas.” “There’s nobody in this band Continued on Page 56, Sec. 2

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MAX CAPACITY: The Sly Caps reunited at The Gateway in Ship Bottom Sunday and played to a packed house of mostly local fans. Matt Fisher (top left) performs a move known as ‘the sensational hair toss.’ Drummer Zach Jones (top right) plays effortlessly despite not practicing with the band beforehand. Jonathan McElroy (above, on bass) and Justin Bohr (above, on guitar) complete the original lineup.

these days, Gottfried quipped, “I want to be like the next Jerry Lewis and take over the telethon and sing ‘When You Walk Through the Storm.’ That’s pretty much my goal now.” Truth be told, “I don’t really have any goals,” said Gottfried. “I sit around and the phone rings and they say, ‘Do you want to do this?’ and I go, ‘Oh, OK.’” In regard to working a small club such as Longshots versus the larger venues he has seen in his career, Gottfried conceded, “It’s fine either way. I always say whoever waves a check in my face at the end of the day, I’m fine with.” After each of the shows, Gottfried met with fans at a merchandise table selling his most recently released book, Rubber Balls and Liquor, and his DVD Gilbert Gottfried: Dirty Jokes, plenty of which were featured in his act on Saturday. Gottfried’s recent projects include a video on various sites online of the comedian reading excerpts from the popular racy novel Fifty Shades of Grey in a satirical promotional video for the audio version of the book. “My web site is gilbertgottfried.com. I had to buy that from a guy in Taiwan, so it was a double insult – number one having to buy my name and number two that he gave it to me cheap.” Gottfried is one of a select crew of active comedians continuously chosen for Comedy Central Roasts, and he commented on what a stringent process it is making the cut. “Whenever they call me for anything, I go, ‘Oh, it means

you already made 50 phone calls and they were all out of town.’” Perhaps Comedy Central appreciates his one-of-a-kind grating voice and delivery that Gottfried said just developed naturally. “To me it’s always been like asking somebody just what their own personality and speaking voice (are) and how that developed. I never actually consciously worked on my delivery or anything. After awhile you wake up and go, ‘Wow, I talk like this now.’” Gottfried got his start in New York doing impressions at an open mike night at The Bitter End, then rose to fame during a 1980s heyday alongside standup comedians the likes of Jerry Seinfeld, Larry David, Paul Riser, Dennis Miller and Bill Maher. “It’s not as romanticized in my mind. If someone was writing a book and said, ‘Tell us about the drug-crazed orgies,’ I’d say, ‘Obviously they must have forgot to invite me.’” His comedy has always been controversial; he was one of the first to joke about the Sept. 11 attacks on the United States and the March 11 tsunami that hit Japan. Tsunami jokes via his Twitter account famously caused the comedian to lose his job as the voice of the AFLAC duck last year, bringing to question whether “too soon” is a sentiment that comedians should truly worry about. “I think it could be disregarded ’cause it’s kind of like there’s that old saying that ‘tragedy plus time equals comedy,’ and I always thought, ‘Why wait?’

“I noticed after about a year after (the Japan tsunami tweets) that ‘tsunami’ pops up everywhere on TV and newspaper articles as a funnysounding word to use. It’s like either make it bad forever or don’t talk about it. The idea of saying it’s bad now but give it a few months and then it’s good makes no sense to me. After a year I realized a joke is a joke and no longer a crime against humanity.” That is not to say there should be more comedians plowing across that fine line of what they know would spawn controversy. “It could go the other way in the sense that people will be going out of their way to go, ‘Ooh, I’ll say something tasteless.’ In other words, clean or dirty, it just has to be funny at the end of the day.” Gottfried opened his act by addressing the tsunami tweets – asking if the prime minister of Japan was in the audience – as well as the rural location he found himself performing in. “Of all the jobs I lost after that, the one I keep is Waretown, N.J.!” he shouted. “You’re never a star in comedy until you work in Waretown, N.J. The description is in the title: Waretown. A mile away it’s Whattown … Another mile it’s like There’s A Town Here?” That may have been the cleanest joke of the night, as Gottfried’s act touched on everything from Jerry Sandusky, to the Old Testament, midgets – lots and lots about midgets – the Amish people, and the audience themselves. The Laughter Lounge Comedy Showcase Continued on Page 52, Sec. 2


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‘Titanic’ Continued from Page 45, Sec. 2 of Macy’s fame; John Jacob Astor IV (David Discenza), who inherited a fortune made in furs from his grandfather and made millions more in real estate; Benjamin Guggenheim (Mark Alpert), the son of a mining magnate; and John B. Thayer (Roy Richardson), a Pennsylvania Railroad vice president. That’s just the beginning – we won’t go into wives, common millionaires, mysterious women or professional card cheats. Then there are the second-class passengers, apparently made up, including Alice Beane (Angela Shultz), who constantly schemes to sneak to the first-class deck, and her bemused husband, Edgar (Rick Grossman). Let’s not forget, as the Titanic crew basically did when the ship was going down (both in reality and in the show), the third-class passengers, represented by Irish immigrant Jim Farrell (Kenny Francoeur) and the “Three Kates,” McGowan (Brittany Jeffery), Mullins (Heather Wagner) and Murphey (Brandy Kostick). Toss in other crewmembers and passengers and a band and you have a truly full boat, magnified by Sloan’s magnificent direction and choreography. (The show doesn’t feature much dancing, but choreograph she certainly did.) Unlike “Titanic” the movie, which produced only one memorable song, “My Heart Will Go On,” “Titanic” the musical has several standout numbers, which serve to tell the stories of the main characters.

“Lady’s Maid,” sung by the Three Kates and others, is the best song about immigration I’ve ever heard other than perhaps Neil Diamond’s inspiring “They’re Coming to America.” I want to be a lady’s maid/ Lady’s maid in America/ In America the streets are paved with gold. I want to be a governess/ Governess in America/ In America it’s better I am told. I want to be a sewing girl/ Sewing girl in America/ In America I’ll sew till I am old. I want to be an engineer…/ I want a shop to call my own…/ I want to be a millionaire…/ I want to be a constable…/ I want to rise above myself…/ Better place for me and you…/ Better land to start anew…/ Better land for the baby/ That I hold. The ship’s Marconi operator has a tender song as well, explaining he was a shy child with few friends but now, thanks to the “Dit dit-dah-dit dahdit,” he can hear a thousand voices in the night. Straus and his wife, Ida (Barbi McGuire), have a touching duet, “Still,” a love song sung after she refuses to leave him and jumps out of a lifeboat. The ship’s lookout, Frederick Fleet (Nathaniel Burich), complains in a haunting tune just before the Titanic strikes an iceberg that there is “No Moon.” Finally, there are the songs about the great ship itself, “There She Is,” “The Largest Moving Object” and the glorious “Godspeed Titanic.” So many beautiful songs. The solos and duets were all adeptly sung and the group numbers literally soared. When harmony is working, a new sound emerges, seemingly in the air, not from anybody’s throat. In the finale, though, a reprise of “Godspeed,” the music didn’t come from the air; it came from heaven.

I don’t usually rave in a review. Indeed, even in my best reviews through the years I have found something to nitpick about. Not this time. Everything was perfect – the sound engineered by Andrew Jacobson, the costumes coordinated by Kassia Dombrowski … I wish I had the space to name everybody involved with this production. I have acted in, reviewed and seen hundreds of theatrical productions at every level in my 57 years. OPTC’s “Titanic” is the best I have ever seen outside of New York or Boston. When you know the ending – after all, the “Titanic” did sink

100 years ago – and still cry as the show nears its climax, well, what can I say except “sail on, sail on, great ship Titanic!” “Titanic” runs through July 29 at Barnegat High School’s Bengal Auditorium, located at 180 Bengal Blvd. in Barnegat Township. Tickets are $35 for adults and $20 for children younger than 13. They may be purchased online at oceantheatre.org, by phone at 609-312-8306 (you can also call for show times) or at the box office, which opens an hour before each show. * rickmellerup@thesandpaper.net

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someone like (Gottfried). We want to continue to bring quality shows, but the staff and everyone here still needs to make money.” Conte warmed up the crowd with playful interaction and jokes involving the audience members closest to the stage. The night’s larger-than-life emcee known as BUDA introduced the New York comedians Jimmy Q and Buddy Flip, who would open for Gottfried. Q entertained with an enthusiastic storytelling style. Flip did well to rile up the crowd with endlessly clever jokes and a universally likeable delivery. Owner Breslow said of getting an act like Gilbert Gottfried to perform in Waretown, “We’re putting Waretown on the map. The people that we work with are tremendous. John Conte is wonderful, and we’re putting these big shows together, which is great and it’s going well. We want to be known as the entertainment complex for this area that brings in all types of acts. Were taking it a step up from the norm around here, and Mr. Gilbert Gottfried’s helping us out with that tonight.” * michaelmolinaro@thesandpaper.net

Continued from Page 50, Sec. 2 series has been a monthly event at The Back Room of Longshots since March and has featured comedians such as Dustin Diamond, who played Screech on the hit TV series “Saved By the Bell”; he performed last month. Upcoming headliners include Johnny Rizzo on Aug. 18, and “Roundboy” Jimmy Graham on Sept. 22. The Laughter Lounge at Longshots will continue year ’round and feature comedians including Pat Cooper. Gottfried performed at each of the night’s two showings, both of which sold out. For $25 in advance or $30 at the door, patrons get access to the bar and a full wait staff offering the restaurant’s appetizer menu during the show. Many had dinner in Longshots’ dining area first, then retired to The Back Room for the show. “We’re trying to keep it cheap,” said Conte. “Normally you would pay $75 to $100 to see

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he music came from around the world with native tunes from Hawaii, Tahiti and New Zealand, call-and-response numbers in the language of origin, while the dancing girls shimmied, twirled and hula’d as the sun sank into the bay. In celebration of St. Francis Community Center’s 40th anniversary, a luau party on Saturday drew community supporters for a pig roast provided by Beach Haven Catering and live tropical music and dancers provided by The Aloha Hula Show. On behalf of the Community Center, Executive Director Connie Becraft accepted special recognition for the organization's 40 years of service in Ocean County. She was presented with two proclamations, one from the Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders and another from the New Jersey Senate and General Assembly. At the luau, ReClam the Bay founder Gef Flimlin, ReClam member Rick Bushnell and “designated shucker” Mike Villanova presented a special dedication of what will henceforth be known as the Capt. Joe McDonald Upweller. McDonald was posthumously issued a certificate of accomplishment as an honorary graduate of the Shellfish Gardener’s Education Program and named to the ranks of what Flimlin jokingly referred to as the Royal Order of the Golden Clam. Ironically, Flimlin added, McDonald was the only person involved in ReClam who never actually took the classes in the Continued on Page 56, Sec. 2

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A BAYSIDE BEACH FEST: Dancers Samantha Peterson (top left and above) and Marie DiLeonardo (above) lend authenticity with costumes, choreography and instruments; eager volunteers (top right) don grass skirts and shells. (Center of page, from left) Assemblywoman DiAnne Gove thanks Executive Director Connie Becraft and the Rev. Steve Kluge. Rick Bushnell (above left) presents the sign designating the upweller in Joe McDonald’s memory to Joe’s wife, Marge.


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OCEANFRONT - LOVELADIES Enormous private site with sweeping ocean views and impressive dune with walkway! 6 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, den, two family rooms, wood floors, abundant deck space, ample parking, and room for expansion if desired. $4,500,000

WATERFRONT - HARVEY CEDARS Located on an arm of the bay with 63' of bulkheaded water frontage and great views. Stylish, feel good home with 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, gas heat, central a/c, vaulted ceilings, and courtyard style entry. $799,000

OCEAN BLOCK - HARVEY CEDARS Fun beach house with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, ample deck space, and private yard located ocean block on a large 50' x 110' lot allowing for construction of a 2,750 sq' home with room for a pool. $849,000

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BAYFRONT - HIGH BAR HARBOR Sweeping bay and sunset views, prevailing breezes along with the best fishing and boating on LBI come easy from this attractive home with family room, hardwood floors, room for a bayfront pool, and more! $1,395,000

OCEANFRONT - LOVELADIES Located on Loveladies’ most beautiful beach with expansive coastline and inlet views! Immaculate home, completely renovated in 2006, with 4 bedroom suites, family room, hardwood floors, abundant decking & more. $3,950,000

BAY BLOCK - BARNEGAT LIGHT Substantial home on BL’s best beach street. 4 brs; 2 full baths; 2 half baths; family room/library; master suite w/ private study, fireplace, dressing room & whirlpool; enclosed porch; sauna; and much more! $1,100,000

BAY BLOCK - LOVELADIES Mike Ryan design seamlessly connecting to the outdoor spaces with 4 brs, 3 baths, cabana/rec room, one of LBI’s best screen porches, large gunite pool, professional landscape, and great ocean access. $1,295,000

OCEAN BLOCK - HARVEY CEDARS Expanded cedar shingled Cape Cod style home just 3rd from the ocean. In town location, 4 brs, 2 baths, enclosed porch, unfinished room on 2nd floor could be additional bedroom, private fenced yard. $950,000

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program, because of a standing work conflict on Tuesday nights at The SandPaper, in his capacity as distribution manager and production employee. He learned everything about the upweller and clam population re-growth hands-on and onsite. The Shellf ish Gardener’s program is sponsored by Rutgers Coperative Extension, in cooperation with the state Department of Environmental Protection and through the Barnegat Bay Shellfish Restoration program. Accepting the certificate on McDonald’s behalf was his wife, Marge McDonald. “It’s very gratifying to have Joe recognized in this way,” McDonald said. “He loved the bay. It’s everybody’s responsibility” to protect it. McDonald’s daughter, Peggy Wasco, was also in attendance to mark her dad’s honor. An upweller, Flimlin explained, is a tank of bay water with submerged silos full of cultured baby clams. The silos are fitted with 1mm mesh screens (like a window screen but much tougher) on the bottom that allow the water to filter up through the clams and exit the tank through a sluice box. Flimlin said 200,000 baby clams were in the upweller and had experienced about 50 percent growth in the last week or so, a rate of growth that proportionately slows as the clams increase to full size. The upweller project began at St. Francis about seven years ago (about the same time another upweller was installed at the Surf City Yacht Club), and McDonald was instrumental from the beginning. As for Villanova, a Waretown resident, he said he learned how to shuck about 45 years ago, from an old Italian man in Picnic Grove in North Jersey. Since then he has gotten work shucking for caterers and private parties, and volunteered to shuck at special events for ReClam the Bay and the Tuckerton Seaport. “The secret is an ice-cold clam,” he said. That’s how they are best shucked and best eaten. The Aloha Hula Show provided the entertainment package, which included a four-piece tropical band and live hula dancers who led the crowd in dance instruction and a limbo contest, in which the Revs. Steve Luge and Dan Horan figured prominently. The show also included familiar Caribbean numbers and pop hits such as “Hot Hot Hot,” “Me and Julio” by Paul Simon, “Tiny Bubbles” and “Play That Funky Music.” Audience volunteers were recruited to limbo, to wear grass skirts and coconut bras (and those were the men!) and to participate in the show with instruments and props. At a fundraising table were a sponsor booklet, a 50/50 drawing and ongoing raffle sale – each $25 ticket buys a chance to win a $5,000 travel voucher. The luau was the second of three special events planned as the 40th anniversary celebration summer continues. The winner of the travel prize will be announced at the third and final event, a gala to be held at the Sea Shell Resort and Beach Club in Beach Haven on Sept. 28. More details on that event are forthcoming. — Victoria Lassonde victorialassonde@thesandpaper.net

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that isn’t awesome. It’s not like you’re picking up someone’s slack. Everyone’s a homerun hitter; there’s no cleanup that needs to be done. It was really fun. It was nice to be potentially the worst member of the band. It was nice to have that as a possibility – that was really great.” “The crowd was the best part. I couldn’t believe it,” said Jones. “The turnout was awesome,” said McElroy. “It’s one of our most well-attended shows. It was just exciting, and it’s a big adrenaline rush right now.” — Michael Molinaro michaelmolinaro@thesandpaper.net


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n July 16, 1812, the frigate USS Consti- made to increase our distance from them by tution was off Egg Harbor, N.J., to the towing. This, and occasional catspaws or slight north in the direction of Long Beach puffs of wind, enabled us to prevent their closIsland. The captain, Isaac Hull of Connecticut, ing, but as their means were equal to ours, we was informed there were unidentified sails ap- could gain nothing,” Hull was determined not to give up without proaching. The war with Great Britain was less than a a fight. “Finding the enemy coming up fast, and but month old, and the role of the Navy was still unclear. Many wanted our ships to stay in port little chance of escaping from them, I ordered and avoid battle, but the naval officers wanted two of the guns of the gun deck ran out at the to prove themselves. When the declaration of cabin windows for Stern guns on the gun deck, war reached New York City, Commodore John and hoisted one of the 24 pounders off the gun Rodgers at once had ordered his squadron to sea. deck and run that, … and cleared the ship for On July 3, 1812 the secretary of the Navy action being determined they should not get her, Painting by Anton Fisher, Courtesy of the U.S.Navy Art Collection, Washington, D.C. without resistance on sent Hull new orders. Gift of Katrina S. Fischer: U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph our part notwithstand- HAUL ANCHOR: Off the Jersey coast, the USS Constitution crew tries to pull their ship to “If you fall in with “It now appeared that we ing their force, the situaan enemy vessel you safety. were placed in.” will be guided in your must be taken, and that our tionAswethe captain of the Constitution, explained warping, men in the decide our fate.” proceeding by your own Hull prepared for the worst. also known as kedging. Constitution’s longboats judgment bearing in escape was impossible ...” “It now appeared that we must be taken, and “Kedging involved hauling a small anchor literally rowed to save mind however that you their ship, Morris and that our escape was impossible, 4 heavy ships out ahead of the ship, slung under a ship’s are not voluntarily to nearly within gunshot, and coming up fast, and boat. When at the limit of its cable, about 200 encounter a force superior to your own. On your the rest of the crew did their part. “All means were adopted which seemed to not the least hope of a breeze, to give us a chance yards, the anchor was dropped, and sailors at arrival at New York you will report yourself to the anchor capstan in the ship gradually would Commodore Rodgers if he should not be in port promise any increase of speed. The hammocks of getting off by out sailing them” Then, as if in a Hollywood thriller, Morris wind the ship up to a position over the anchor. were removed from the nettings, and the cloths you will remain there until further orders.” While they were doing this, a second boat with As Hull headed toward New York, he rolled up to prevent their unfavorable action; stepped forward. “With our minds excited to the utmost to another anchor was moving to a position farther informed the secretary, “The crew are as yet several thousand gallons of water were started unacquainted with a ship of war, as many have and pumped overboard, and all the sails kept devise means for escape, I happened to recol- along in the desired direction. This anchor was but lately joined and have never been on an thoroughly wet to close the texture of the canvas. lect that, when obliged by the timidity of my old dropped when the ship was over the first one, armed ship before. We are doing all that we can While making all these exertions, our chances commander, Cox, to warp the President (a ship) cables shifted on the capstan, and the process in and out of harbors where others depended on repeated. It was an operation normally done in to make them acquainted with their duty, and in for escape were considered hopeless.” But at that moment, sailing wasn’t the sails, our practice had enabled us to give her a harbor or other confined area.” a few days we shall have nothing to fear from This was the age of wooden ships and iron method of propulsion; rowing was. Then the speed of nearly three miles an hour. We had been any single-decked ship.” Unknown to Hull, a powerful British squad- British attempted something that made Morris on soundings the day before, and on trying we men. The capstan was turned by dozens of men now found twenty-six fathoms. This depth was literally pulling the Constitution through the ron of five warships under the command of think it was all over. “At about 8 A.M., one of the frigates called unfavorably great, but it gave me confidence heat and calm of the Jersey waters. Would it be Sir Philip Bow Vere Broke was operating off * Sandy Hook, searching for Rodgers. As Hull all the boats of the squadron to her and, having to suggest to Captain Hull the expediency of enough? Next Week: New York, no way! approached the unidentified ship, “At 4 in the arranged them for towing, furled all sails. This attempting to warp the ship ahead.” Commander Tyrone G. Martin, a modern-day tpfcjf@comcast.net afternoon a ship was seen from the masthead brought her towards us steadily and seemed to bearing about Northeast standing for us under all sail, which he continued to do until sundown at which time, she was too far off to distinguish signals and ships in sure, only to be seen from the tops, they were standing off to the southward, and eastward. As we could not ascertain before dark, what the ship … was, I determined to stand for her and get near enough to make the night signal. It’s at 10 in the evening being within six or 8 miles of the strain sale, the private signal r il r il ne was made, and Up nearly one hour, but finding Ap Ap Ju she could not answer it, I concluded she and the ships and shore were enemy.” One of Hull’s officers was a young lieutenant also from Connecticut, Charles Morris, who wrote of the events. “Captain Hull felt justified in delaying any nearer approach till daylight of the 17th, when our newly-collected and imperfectly disciplined men would be less likely to be thrown into confusion. … As the following morning opened upon us, it disclosed our companion of the night to be ry ch a large frigate just without gunshot, on the lee ay rua b ar e M F M quarter and a ship-of-the-line and three other frigates, a brig, and schooner, about two miles nearly astern, with all sails set standing for us, with English colors flying.” According to Hull, things did not look promising. “One frigate astern within about five or 6 miles, and a line of battle ship, a frigate, a brig and Scooter, about 10 or 12 miles directly astern all in chase of us, with a fine breeze, and coming up very fast it being nearly calm where we were. Soon after sunrise the wind entirely left us, and the ship would not steer but fell round off with her head toward the two ships under our lee.” The situation was desperate. Surrender or run were the choices, but there wasn’t any wind. Morris explained that as the British opened fire, “The distance was, however, too great for accuracy, and their shot did not strike our ship. Our boats were soon hoisted out, and the ship’s Reg.#042471 • HIC.#13VH04329200 We feature high-quality Andersen® products head kept from the enemy, and exertions were

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