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The Impulsives 3:30-7:30pm

Happy Hour 4-6pm Presents $4 Bud Light Limes • $5 Well Drinks

Sunday August 5th

Monday August 6th

Tuesday August 7th

3:30-7:30pm

4-7pm

4-7pm

Shorty Long & the Jersey Horns

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

Happy Hour 4-6pm • $5 Well Drinks $4 Heineken & Heineken Lights

Thursday

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

The Sea S e a Shell Night Club Presents A Scandalous S Scc Extravaganza

August 2nd • 10pm-2am 2a 2am

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When the Moon iss Double the Size So o Are Our Drinks! Double ublle Drinks All Night Long! $3 Miller Lites and $3 Three Olive Ice Luge Shots. Ride the Mechanical Bull, Fortune Tellers, Face Painters, and Stilt Walkers! Come Howl at the Moon in True Sea Shell Style! Just Look For the Spotlights in the Sky!

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Friday August 10th

Saturday August 11th

The Impulsives

Whiskey Fueled

The Good Life

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PALM GRILL RESTAURANT & TIKI BAR FEATURING FRESH FISH, BURGERS, RAW BAR, PANINIS, CRAB CAKE SANDWICH, SALADS & LOTS MORE

in the club

in the club

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

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Take-Out Available

Reservations Accepted

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Entire Menu Available for Take-Out

In The Restaurant Weekly Specials Specials Start Tuesday 7/31

Starter: Mesquite Smoked Yellow Fin Tuna • Chipotle mayonnaise, crispy corn tortillas Main Courses: Deep Fried Virgina Oysters • Homemade coleslaw & tartar sauce, old bay fries Char Grilled Scottish Salmon Filet • Sauteed spinach, whipped potatoes, red wine sauce South African Lobster Tail Francaise • Jumbo lump crab meat, baby arugula, white wine sauce Dessert: Dark Chocolate Flourless Cake • White chocolate sauce, fresh whipped cream 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

SAND BAR ENTERTAINMENT

Out Overloside the Ocoking ean

THURSDAY 8/2 - Chris Fritz 3-7pm FRIDAY 8/3 - Dan Brown Duo 3-7pm SATURDAY 8/4 - Lenny G and the Soul Senders 3-7pm Sailor Jerry Drink Specials and giveaways 4-6pm

Happy Hour 4-6pm Mon - Fri • Daily Drink Specials

The Sushi Bar

SUNDAY 8/5 - Fritz Band 3-7pm MONDAY 8/6 - AJ Stone 3-7pm TUESDAY 8/7 - Chris Gustelli 3-7pm WEDNESDAY 8/8 - Dan Brown 3-7pm

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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MTV’s Ultimate Cover Band Winner

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Jay & Mike Acoustic Duo (No Cover)

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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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Acoustic Music: Fri-Sun 3-7pm Friday

The Jonzes Saturday

Michael Clayton Moore

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?

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

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

See All Our Specials & Entertainment www.joepops.com

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*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.

Friend us on Facebook

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

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HOMEMADE ICE CREAM DAILY SPECIALS $1.25

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

restaurants Bamboo Beach Asian Restaurant ................ 17

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

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

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

Beach Haven Fishery ................................... 15

Joey’s Pizza ............................................ 36, 37

Bistro 14........................................................ 29

The Ketch ........................................... 3, 11, 13

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

Kubel’s Too ..................................................... 8

The Boathouse Restaurant...................... 14, 29

Lasiette......................................................... 20

Boulevard Clams.......................................... 16

The Lobster Claw .................................... 12, 32

Breeze’s Bar & Grill ....................................... 25

M&M Steam Bar ........................................... 18

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

Marlin Restaurant & Bar...................... 3, 11, 13

Buckalews Restaurant & Bar ......................... 11

Nardi’s Tavern .................................... 7, 33, 38

Cafe Aletta .................................................. 27

Pearl Street Market ....................................... 27

Calabria Ristorante ...................................... 19

Pinky’s Shrimp............................................... 21

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

Plantation ..................................................... 10

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

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

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

Chicken or The Egg................................ 22, 31

Spray Beach Bagels ..................................... 25

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

Spray Beach Inn........................................... 24

Daddy O’s Restaurant .................................... 8

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

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

Subbogies .................................................... 29

Dutchman’s Brauhaus .................................. 24

Surf City Hotel........................................... 9, 25

E.J. Callahan’s Restaurant & Bar .................... 9

Terrace Tavern ............................................. 10

The Engleside Inn ..................................... 4, 28

Tuckerton Beach Grille ................................. 29

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

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

Yellow Fin ..................................................... 27

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

HAVING COMPANY?

FELLA’S

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BROADWAY PIZZA

PIZZA • STEAKS • HOAGIES • SALADS REFINED ARCHITECTURAL ATMOSPHERE

“UPSCALE PASTA & FRESH MOZZARELLA CO.”

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

DINE INDOORS OR UNDER THE STARS 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

Greenhouse Cafe ........................................ 11

clubs + entertainment Bayberry Inn................................................... 9

The Ketch ........................................... 3, 11, 13

Buckalew’s Restaurant & Bar ........................ 11

Marlin Restaurant & Bar...................... 3, 11, 13

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

Nardi’s Tavern .................................... 7, 33, 38

Daddy O’s Restaurant .................................... 8

Plantation ..................................................... 10

Dutchman’s Brauhaus .................................. 24

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

E.J. Callahan’s Restaurant.............................. 9

Surf City Hotel........................................... 9, 25

The Engleside Inn ..................................... 4, 28

Terrace Tavern ............................................. 10

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

Tuckerton Beach Grille ................................. 29

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

Rick’s American Café Restaurant & Bar R OPEN DAILY HOU Y P . I P R HA ON . -F M -6PM 3 FRI. AUG. 3RD

4th & Broadway Barnegat Light

494-8482

NOW OPEN DAILY

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U SAT. AUG. 4 “TED HAMMOND featuring TERRY” “NO DISCIPLINE” $3 YENGLINGS $3 RED STRIPE & RED STRIPE LIGHT

BURGER BAR

10PM TO CLOSE

TAKE OUT

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

Home of Leo’s World Famous Roast Beef Sandwiches

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

494-4242 17th & Boulevard, Ship Bottom

Have a Safe and Happy Summer!

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


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

FAMILIES WELCOME • OPEN 7 AM TO 10 PM • EVERYDAY

LIVE HAPPY HOUR & EVENING ENTERTAINMENT Happy Hour Happy Hour Bands

Thursday August 2nd

3-5pm Daily Thursday August 2nd

5pm Pasta & Sinatra Friday August 3rd

5pm Elvis Show Saturday August 4th

5pm Face Down Sunday August 5th

5pm Dave Christopher Band Monday August 6th

5pm Weird Owl Karaoke Face Painting with Freckles

Tuesday August 7th

5pm Pasta & Sinatra

10pm Love Puppies $2.50 Coors Light Bottles Friday August 3rd

Saturday August 4th

10pm Steam Roller Picnic Sunday August 5th

10pm Richie & The All Stars $2.50 Bud Light Bottles Monday August 6th

10pm 70’s Night $2.50 Bud Light Bottles Tuesday August 7th

10pm Lima Bean Riot $2.50 Bud Light Bottles

Wednesday August 8th

Wednesday August 8th

10pm The Replicants

Face Painting with Freckles

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

5pm Weird Owl Karaoke

¼ MILE TRACK

10pm Naked Twister

KIDDIE GO KARTS Restaurant • Bar

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

Bombs Away Wednesday

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

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Watch The Olympics Here!

Tues.

OUTSIDE DECK

609-978-0220

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

FRIDAY, AUGUST 3 5-8 PM - DAVE JONES 9-1 AM - FURIOUS GEORGE

MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS 4

SATURDAY, AUGUST 4

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

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

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The Original Kubels has been in Barnegat Light for over 50 years. Open year round - casual dining, happy hours, bay views, a friendly, warm and inviting atmosphere. Open daily - major credit cards accepted. 7th St. & Bayview, Barnegat Light A 609-494-8592 KUBEL’S Kubels Too in Brighton NEAR YOU Beach, a neighborhood favorite, happy hours, casual dining, six flat screen TVs for the sport lovers. Live entertainment all summer long. Major credit cards accepted - Open 7 days all year - Handicap accessible. 82nd St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brighton Beach NJ 609-494-47311

...A Neighborhood Tavern

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.

BlueClaws Baseball Night Out, FirstEnergy Park, 2 Stadium Way, Lakewood, Aug. 21. The United Methodist Men of LBI host the event. Call 609-492-0205. “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. Shore Cycle Club “Easy Pedal Social Ride,” Meet at Village Bicycles, Tuckerton Square, 122 East Main St., Tuckerton. Helmets are required; rides average 12 to 15 miles. Wed., 5:30 pm. Contact Lou Reichert at scrappleone@aol.com. THROUGH AUGUST Free Kite Flies with Champion Lisa Willoughby, North 1st St. beach, Surf City (609-361-7700) Firefly Gallery in Surf City hosts the chance to learn how to really fly a kite. Thurs., 5:30 pm. Miniature Golf Tournament, Tuckerton Seaport, 120 West Rte. 9 (609-296-8868 or www.tuckertonseaport. org) Those wishing to participate should pick up a score card in the Visitor Center, then head out to the course. Each person may enter once per day. 10 am-5 pm. 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, ping-pong, video game tournaments, crafts, movies, music and much more. Sat., 8-11 pm. Call Casey Ellis at 609-494-7777. MONDAY-FRIDAY, THROUGH AUGUST 10 Children’s Sand & Surf Mission, 3rd St. beach,

Tides AUGUST Daylight Saving Time LOW HIGH Date AM PM AM PM 2 2:36 2:49 8:34 8:53 3 3:22 3:37 9:22 9:39 4 4:05 4:23 10:09 10:24 5 4:45 5:07 10:56 11:11 6 5:23 5:50 11:42 11:58 7 6:01 6:37 — 12:28 8 6:40 7:29 12:45 1:13 Tides are based on NOAA, U.S. Dept. of Commerce predictions for Sandy Hook, N.J. To adjust for local points use the “Tidal Differences” chart below.

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

The Moon *Full Moon August 1

New Moon August 17

First Quarter Last Quarter August 24 August 9 *Moonrise, 7:38 pm

The Sun August 2 August 6

5:58 6:01

8:08 8:04

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.

TUCKERS

Celebrating Our 20th Season

GO USA Olympic Coverage Daily on Our 12 Plasma 50" TVs

2012

EVERYDAY

Happy Hour 4-6pm Serving Food Daily Noon-11pm Take Out, Kids, & Late Night Menu Late Night Happy Hour 10pm-Midnight $2 All Domestic Pints Sun-Thurs. Server & Host Positions Available. Inquire Within. Outdoor Patio Dining with Great Bay Views Engleside & the Bay • Beach Haven • 492-2300 •


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609-494-8848

All Major Credit Cards • Sunday Brunch • Gift Certificates Available

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

PR IV AT E RO O AVA IL M A BL E F OR PA RT IES

Monday Special: Deadliest Catch Feast Alaskan Seafood Chowder, Coleslaw, King Crab Legs, Snow Crab Clusters, Clams & Mussels. $19.99

Wednesday Special: Surf-N-Turf Salad, Twin 4oz Lobster Tails & 5oz Filet Mignon Choice of Potato. $20.99

Every Friday - Our Fabulous Seafood & Land Buffet

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

Salads • Seafood Chowder • Crab Legs • Shrimp Scampi • Tomato Basil Flounder Boston Baked Grouper • Soup & Salad Bar • Chicken • Salmon w/ Lobster Sauce • Veal Marsala Shrimp & Scallop • Scampi • Deviled Crabcakes • Shrimp Cocktail • Herring In Cream • White Fish Mussels • Marinara Seafood • Crepes & Specialty Items • Carving Station with Roast Beef • Potato Vegetable • Dessert Table and More • New Items Weekly

16 oz. Slow Roasted Prime Rib $

1995... with choice of Soup of Day

or Salad (Not included with Early Bird Offer)

ENTERTAINMENT and DANCING Friday

Saturday

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Joey D’s Doo Wop Party 7:30pm

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Every Tuesday “Jammin Janice” Karaoke & More

Fri., Sat., Mon., Wed., & Thurs. Piano Man “George Abbot”

PSYCHIC WEDNESDAYS - 6PM Palm & Tarot Card Readings by Lisa Tells Past, Present & Future

Sunday Champagne Breakfast and Lunch Buffet Featuring All Your Favorites

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Weds: Dylan Manfredi @ 9 Thurs: Ted Hammock @ 9 Fri: Dan Barrone @ 10 Sat: The Return of The Danksters! @ 10

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Two Locations to Serve You

PANZONE’S Pizza & Pasta

PANZONE’S PIZZA of Surf City ON THE NORTH END

ON THE SOUTH END OF LBI

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Serving Lunch & Dinner We're not Just Great Pizza Try Our Italian Dinners & Specials PASTA • SEAFOOD "The Best Fried Calamari"

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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. Free Hula Hoop Party, Firefly Castle, 15 North Long Beach Blvd., Surf City (609-361-7700) Chrissie demonstrates tricks with fire and LED lights. Attendees may bring their own hoop or use one provided. 6-9 pm. 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. Memories, Mentors & Movies, Tuckerton Seaport, NJ Surf Museum, Tucker’s Lighthouse, 120 West Rte. 9, Tuckerton (609-296-8868 or www.tuckertonseaport.org) The museum celebrates its new location with films, music, art, photography and more. Woodfish, Jes Loren and the Ukulele Dudes perform. Admission, free. 5-9 pm. Teen Advisory Board Meets, Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-597-3381) Teens in grades 7-12 discuss ideas and plan programs for teens. 6 pm. FRIDAY, AUGUST 3 Meet the Artists, Firefly Castle, 15 North Long Beach Blvd., Surf City (609-361-7700) Twenty artists in many mediums are represented; Cheryl Syminink demonstrates making glass beads. 4-9 pm. Stars over LBI, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609-4941241 or www.lbifoundation.org) John Miller of Pearl Observatory leads the activity. Participants should bring blankets or chairs and a picnic dinner. Space is limited. Fees: member, $10; nonmember, $15. 8 pm. 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. Coquina Jam Women’s Surfing Competition, Hudson Ave. beach, Harvey Cedars (jettylife.com) Jetty hosts the event, with all proceeds going to David’s Dream & Believe Cancer Foundation. Surfers are randomly paired by age, younger with older, with a maximum of 16 pairs. Entry fee, $40. 10 am. An after party and concert featuring The Brigantines are held at West Salem Ave., Harvey Cedars, 6-9:30 pm. No-wave dates: Aug. 5, 25 and 26. Introductory Chess, Little Egg Harbor Branch Ocean County Library, 290 Mathistown Rd. (609294-1197) Children 7 and older as well as any in-

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Saturday, Aug. 4th

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Luau party • Sunday, August 5th Everyone gets “leid”. Plus don’t miss Terry’s last show, Sunday, August 12th

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terested 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. Super Saturdays: Fossil Dig, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609-494-1241 or www.lbifoundation.org) The class is designed for ages 6-11. Fees: member, $20; nonmember, $25. 10-11:30 am. SATURDAY & SUNDAY, AUGUST 4 & 5 Cole Bros. Circus of the Stars, Jones Rd. soccer field, Jones Rd. at Horner lane, Forked River. Adult general admission: advance, $16; at the gate, $21; reserved and VIP seating also available. Free tickets are available for children younger than 13 at www. GoToTheCircus.com. Pinelands Photography Group Open House Weekend, Pinelands Preservation Alliance, Bishop Farmstead, 17 Pemberton Rd., Southampton (609859-8860) There are a number of presentations by experienced photographers on Sat. Hours: Sat., 11 am-4 pm; Sun., noon-4 pm.

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eborah C. Whitcraft and Gretchen Coyle will discuss and sign copies of their book, Inferno at Sea: Stories of Death and Survival Aboard the Morro Castle, on Thursday, Aug. 9, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Beach Haven Public Library. Christened in 1930, the Morro Castle was a luxury cruise ship that made runs between New York City and Havana. In the early morning hours of Sept. 8, 1934, the ship caught fire and burned, killing 137 passengers and crew members. The ship eventually ran aground off Asbury Park. “There have been books and accounts about the shipwreck, but we also wanted to take a different approach and write about it not only from the American point of view, but from the Cuban perspective,” said Whitcraft, founder and curator of the New Jersey Maritime Museum in Beach Haven. “That is why in doing research for our book, Gretchen and I spent some time in Cuba interviewing relatives of people who had been on the ship.” “It was human nature at its best and at its worst,” said Coyle, a museum docent. “There were many people who were heroes and many who were cowards. Some people just pushed others out of the way, and others wanted to help. Americans were helping Cubans and Cubans were helping Americans. Deb and I are the first to really explore it more from the human side.” Coyle said the ship had run into a northeast storm. “During that time it was set afire,” she said. “The strong winds made the flames spread so fast. It was a horror show. Some people got on lifeboats that didn’t work. The fire drove many to the back of the ship. Some thought they were jumping to safety, but instead were killed when they got cut up by the propellers.” Whitcraft said since their book signing tour began a month ago, they have met numerous descendants of people who had family members on the ship. She said at a stop in Asbury Park, they met Wayne Warms, whose grandfather Capt. William Warms took over the ship when Capt. Robert Willmott died. “We might have to write a sequel,” said Whitcraft. For more information, call the library at 609-492-7081. —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

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

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SUNDAY, AUGUST 5 Antiques & Collectibles Show, Viking Village, 19th St. & Bayview Ave., Barnegat Light (609-361-8039) More than 55 dealers are expected, offering country, Victorian, shabby chic, jewelry, nautical and much more, as well as a fresh seafood lunch and a coffee bar. Admission, free. 9 am-5 pm, rain or shine. LBI Causeway: the Shack and More, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609-494-1241 or www.lbifoundation.org) Historian Timothy Hart presents the program. 2-3 pm. MONDAY, AUGUST 6 Big Craft Bonanza, Waretown Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Main St. (609-693-5133) Kids 6 and older are invited to drop in. 7 pm. Book Discussion, Little Egg Harbor Branch Ocean County Library, 290 Mathistown Rd. (609-294-1197) The subject is Half Broke Horses by Jeannette Walls. 2 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Dream Interpretations & Dream Catchers, Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-597-3381) 7 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Great War at the Jersey Shore, LBI Historical Museum, Engleside & Beach aves., Beach Haven (609492-0700) Southern Regional High School teachers Jeff Brown and John Tichy examine events leading to America’s entry into World War I and experiences of local soldiers. 7:30 pm. Needleworkers Drop-in, Is land Bra nch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) 5-8 pm. Pine Shores Art Assn. Meeting, Pine Shores Art Assn., 94 Stafford Ave., Manahawkin (609-597-3557) Bob Heyer gives a watercolor demonstration. All are welcome. 7:30 pm. Sea Kayaking Adventure Day, The LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences offers an opportunity for paddlers with sea kayak touring experience who wish to expand their abilities. Participants should bring lunch and adequate beverages. The trip is 6 to 8 miles. Fees: member, $85; nonmember, $110. 10 am-3 pm. Teens Cook: If You Fry It, They Will Come, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) Kids ages 12-18 have an opportunity to fry Oreos, Twinkies, pickles and more. 2 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Tween Craft: Dream Catchers, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) The activity is for ages 10 and older. 11 am. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. MONDAY-FRIDAY, AUGUST 6-10 Earth Friendly Crafts for Kids, St. Francis Center, 47th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach (609494-8861 or www.stfranciscenterlbi.com) Ages 3-5 (parent must attend), 10-10:45 am; ages 6-10, noon-2 pm. Call for fees and registration. TUESDAY, AUGUST 7 All About Polar Bears, Tuckerton Branch Ocean County Library, 380 Bay Ave. (609-296-1470) Jenkinson Aquarium presents the program for ages 4-10. 10:30 am. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Bazaar, Bake Sale, Luncheon & Flea Market, United Church of Surf City, 7th St. & Central Ave. (609-361-0981) 9 am-2 pm. Book Discussion, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609494-1241 or www.lbifoundation.org) The subject is The Tiger’s Wife by Téa Obreht. Donation, $5. 8 pm. Creature Features: Clever Crabs, 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.

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Lobster Stew, Lobster Pie, Lobster Reuben, Lobster Mac ‘n’ Cheese, Crab Cakes, Fishwich, The Maine Burger, Buffalo & BBQ Chicken

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14 DS Day, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) People are invited to bring their DS and play with other enthusiasts. 2:30 pm. Free Blood Pressure Screening, Is land Bra nch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City. The LBI Health Dept. provides the service. No appointment is needed. 11 am. Hula Hoops & Sidewalk Chalk, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) This is a great family activity. 2-4 pm, weather permitting. Movie Night: “Joyful Noise,” Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) The film is rated PG-13. 6:30 pm. Nifty Nature Knickknacks, Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-597-3381) Naturalists from Jake’s Branch County Park talk about local animals. 10:30 am. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Preschool/Childcare Open House, St. Francis Center, 47th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach (609-494-8861 or www.stfranciscenterlbi.com) The NAEYC-accredited program serves children ages 14 months through 5 years. 6:30-8:30 pm. TUESDAYS, AUGUST 7-28 Adult Writers Group Meets, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) All are welcome. 1-3 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7 & 8 Watercolor Workshop with Bob Heyer, Pine Shores Art Assn., 94 Stafford Ave., Manahawkin (609-2948264 or www.pineshoresartassociation.org) Fees: member, $50; nonmember, $75. 9:30 am-3:30 pm. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8 The 6-Word Memoir Project, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609-494-1241 or www.lbifoundation.org) Author, publisher and editor Larry Smith tells how he came to start this literary movement. Admission, free. 6-8 pm. Alien Survival Movie Night, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) Kids ages 13-18 may work on their alien invasion survival strategy and watch a PG-13 movie. 6:30 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. All About Polar Bears, Jenkinson Aquarium presents the program for ages 4-10. Stafford Branch Ocean

Photographer Gives A How-to Workshop For Great LBI Shots

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ith landmarks such as Barnegat Lighthouse, picturesque sunsets over the bay and wildlife habitat, it is no wonder that Long Beach Island is a favorite spot for photographers. But if you’re more of a novice shutterbug and would like to learn the finer points of capturing your Island experiences, stop by the Long Beach Island Branch of the Ocean County Library in Surf City on Thursday, Aug. 9, 10:30 a.m. when award-winning photographer David Gurtcheff presents “Shooting LBI.” A second generation, self-taught photographer and printmaker, Gurtcheff said he would show a 40-minute DVD titled “LBI Memories,” covering more than 50 years of his work. The Beach Haven resident said he would also give photo and composition tips. “One thing you don’t do is shoot in the midday, when there is maximum sun exposure,” said Gurtcheff, a retired mechanical engineer. “I’ve also thought that the best times are one hour after sunrise and an hour before sunset. I would recommend that photographers use a polarizing filter. It darkens the blue skies and saturates colors.” Gurtcheff has been active with the Miniature Camera Club of Philadelphia, the DelaCounty Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-597-3381) 10 am. Waretown Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Main St. (609-693-5133) 2:30 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Bazaar, Jewish Community Center of LBI, 15 East 24th St., Spray Beach (609-492-4090 or www.jccoflbi.org) More than 100 vendors are expected. 8 am-3 pm. BeyBlades & Bakugan, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) Kids

David Robert Gurtcheff

MISTY MORNING: David Gurtcheff shot ‘Lifting Fog, Polly’s Dock’ in Beach Haven in May 1995. The photographer will discuss his career and give tips on Aug. 9. ware Valley Council of Camera Clubs and the Photographic Society of America. The society named him a three-star exhibitor, as 160 of his prints had been accepted in juried PSA-approved international exhibitions. In 1972, he was ranked as the 22nd leading color print exhibitor in the world. Among more recent awards, in 2005 and 2006 Gurtcheff won first prize in the photog-

raphy division in the Wings ’n Water Wildlife Juried Arts Festival, sponsored by the Wetlands Institute in Stone Harbor. In addition, 70 of his framed prints are on display at Buckalew’s Restaurant and Tavern in Beach Haven. Gurtcheff has a website (modernpictorials.com) that highlights his work. For more information, call the branch at 609-494-2480. —E.E.

8 and older may bring their own and play with other fans. 4-5 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org.

Book Discussion, Is land Bra nch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609494-2480) The subject is Imperial Woman by Pearl S. Buck. 7:30 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org.

“Blue to You” Van, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-4942480) Horizon Healthcare of NJ provides seminars, information on healthy living strategies and health care reform and more. Members may speak with an advisor about recent claims, billings or other issues. 2nd Wed. of each month, 9 am-noon.

A Clam Is a Man’s Best Friend, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) The program and craft are for children of all ages. 7 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org.

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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

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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

• Shrimp & Greens Sauteéd Jumbo Shrimp and Broccolirabe with olive oil, garlic, sundried tomatoes and white wine, served with fries & slaw. $24.95 • 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

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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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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How to Photograph Children & Pets, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609-494-1241 or www.lbifoundation.org) Fees: member, $35; nonmember, $45. 12:30-2:30 pm. Lifeguard in Training Tournament, Hudson Ave. beach, Harvey Cedars (lit@harveycedars.org) 8 am. “Own the Night” Art Reception, Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-597-3381) Teens display their art relating to the summer reading theme. 6:30 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Shore Satchel, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609-4941241 or www.lbifoundation.org) Fees: member, $40; nonmember, $50; materials, $38 plus cost of strap, if desired. 10 am-4 pm. WEDNESDAYS, AUGUST 8 & 15 Free Beginner Bellydancing Class, Ovations Dance Studio, Rte. 9, Waretown (609-698-4155, 7-8 pm. Call to reserve. Parking is at the rear of the building. WEDNESDAY-SUNDAY, AUGUST 8-12 Festival of the Sea, St. Francis Center parking lot, 47th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach (609-4948861) Admission, free. Pay-1-price for rides all night, $20. There are rides for all ages, as well as games of chance and food. 6-10 pm, weather permitting. THURSDAY, AUGUST 9 Chocolate Fair, LBI Historical Museum, Engleside & Beach aves., Beach Haven (609-492-0700) The event features demonstrations, tastings and more. Admission: adult, $10; child younger than 12, $5. 6-8 pm. DVD Discussion Group, Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-597-3381) Participants may pick up specially reserved DVDs of the film 1 week before the discussion. 7 pm. Registration is required; call or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. End of Summer Reading Ice Cream Party, Little Egg Harbor Branch Ocean County Library, 290 Mathistown Rd. (609-294-1197) Certificates and point prizes are provided. 2 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Miniature Golf Tournament, Island Golf, 6th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Surf City. The Surf City Taxpayer Assn. hosts the event, with prizes for children, teens and adults. 10-11:45 am. Rain date, Aug. 10. Origami for Intermediates, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609-494-1241 or www.lbifoundation.org) Fees: member, $10; nonmember, $15. 1-3 pm. Reading Tails, Waretown Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Main St. (609-693-5133) Children take turns reading to therapy dogs; this is recommended for ages 4-12. 3 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Shadow Play Performance, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) The SAIL volunteers perform. 3 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org.

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hile clams may be a popular choice at area seafood restaurants, they also help improve the water quality of the bay. That will be pointed out by Rick Bushnell, president of ReClam the Bay, when he presents a talk titled “A Clam is a Man’s Best Friend” on Wednesday, Aug. 8, at 7 p.m. at the Long Beach Island branch of the Ocean County Library in Surf City. “Clams can’t talk, but they can tell us a lot about the health of the bay,” he said. “Because they serve as filter feeders, they remove things that are harmful to the bay. When you have a large shellfish number, algae won’t grow very fast because they feed on it.” Bushnell said he would bring live baby shellfish and discuss how people can help improve the water quality of the bay. “I hear a lot of people say they can’t do much, but they can start by cleaning up after their pets, because dog droppings can make their way into the bay from stormwater runoff,” he said. Bushnell said he would also give a history of ReClam the Bay, which was organized in 2005. Its main purposes includes replenishing the shellfish population with baby clams and also educating people in how they can keep the environment clean and friendly. For more information, call the branch at 609-494-2480. —E.E.

Shooting LBI, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) Award-winning photographer David Gurtcheff presents the program. 10:30 am. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Summer Reading & Reading Buddies Ending Party, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) The SAIL volunteers present a theatrical performance of kids of all ages. 2 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Teen Book Club, Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609597-3381) The subject is The Half-Life of Planets by Emily Franklin. 5 pm. THURSDAYS, AUGUST 9 & 16 Oil Painting Workshop with Ellen Gavin, Pine Shores Art Assn., 94 Stafford Ave., Manahawkin (609294-8264 or www.pineshoresartassociation.org) Fees: member, $50; nonmember, $75. 9:30 am-3:30 pm. FRIDAY, AUGUST 10 Anime Cosplay Contest, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) Kids ages 12-18 are invited to wear their handmade costumes. 2 pm. County Connection Mobile Service, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-6983331) Services provided include county IDs, passports, senior services, veterans services, consumer affairs, voter registration, and parks and tourism information. 10 am-4 pm.

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•Sweet Potato Pancakes - No Cholesterol •Cinnamon Bun French Toast •Breakfast Quesadillas & Burritos •Thick Belgian Waffles with Strawberries

LUNCH DAILY •Chunky Tomato Bisque Soup “Best Soup Ever” •12 Fresh Salads to Choose From • Fish & Chips •Certified Angus Beef Burgers • South of the Border Specials

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Asian Fusion Seafoodd

Open Daily for Lunch & Dinner

Eat In or Take Out Appetizers

Chicken, Beef & Pork

Egg Roll or Spring Roll ............................................................................................................$1.25 (ea)

Served with your choice of white or brown rice. Substitute vegetable fried rice for .....................................$0.75 Pepper Steak.....................................................................................................................................$10

Coconut Shrimp ..................................................................................................................................$8 Jumbo shrimp hand breaded in our coconut batter and lightly fried. Served with orange ginger sauce.

Angus beef with assorted peppers and onions in a Asian brown sauce.

Firecracker Calamari ...........................................................................................................................$8

General Tao’s Chicken .........................................................................................................................$9

Fresh calamari tossed in our sweet & spicy sauce. Topped with a wasabi dressing & sesame seeds.

Tempura chicken tossed with broccoli in a signature sauce.

Dragon Fire Wings ...............................................................................................................................$6

Beef & Broccolli ..................................................................................................................................$9

Fried chicken wings tossed in a spicy sauce and finished with sesame seeds and a wasabi dressing.

Angus steak tossed in an Asian brown sauce with broccoli, scallions & onions.

Pot Stickers .........................................................................................................................................$6

Szechwan Beef ...................................................................................................................................$8

A classic Asian dish pan crisped and served with our sesame garlic sauce.

Skirt steak with peppers, onions, scallions and our sesame garlic sauce.

Edamame ............................................................................................................................................$5 Sesame Seared Tuna...........................................................................................................................$9

Sweet & Sour Pork Pork......................................................................................................................$8

Ahi tuna rolled in sesame seeds & seared with cucumber wasabi.

Chicken Stir Fry................................................................................................................................$8.5

Coconut Crab Tower ............................................................................................................................$8

Grilled Chicken tossed with peppers, snow peas, baby corn & onions with our Asian brown sauce.

Homemade coconut crusted crab cakes pan fried & topped with fried onions & cucumber wasabi.

Orange Ginger Chicken .......................................................................................................................$8

Lettuce Wraps .....................................................................................................................................$8

Tempura battered and tossed in our orange ginger sauce.

Pan fried chicken & carrots with our sesame garlic sauce Served in crisp lettuce shells.

Sweet & Sour Chicken .....................................................................................................................$8.5

Orange Ginger Shrimp.........................................................................................................................$8

Stir fried with peppers, onions pineapple and our sweet & sour sauce.

Tempura battered and tossed with our orange ginger sauce.

Cashew Chicken..................................................................................................................................$8

Double cooked pork tossed with onions and peppers in our sweet and sour sauce.

Chicken tossed with peppers, onions, cashews & sesame garlic sauce.

Salads

Chicken & Brocolli ...............................................................................................................................$8

Seared Sesame Tuna Salad...............................................................................................................$10

Fried white meat chicken with broccoli, carrots and onions in our Asian brown sauce.

Sesame encrusted Ahi tuna over mixed greens with oranges, fried onions & wasabi dressing.

Orange Chicken Salad .........................................................................................................................$8

Seafood

Tempura battered chicken in our orange ginger sauce over mixed greens with pineapple & mango

Shrimp & Scallops..........................................................................................................................$11.5

Mango Shrimp Salad.........................................................................................................................$11

Pan seared shrimp & scallops served with white rice and a wasabi & sweet chili sauce.

Jumbo shrimp over mixed greens with sliced mangos and finished with cucumber wasabi dressing.

Asian Salad .........................................................................................................................................$6 Mixed greens with orange slices, pineapple, carrots, crispy noodles and orange ginger dressing.

Orange Scallops ................................................................................................................................$10 Fresh Atlantic scallops seared and tossed in our orange ginger sauce with a side of white rice.

Wasabi Scallops ................................................................................................................................$12 Jumbo scallops rolled in Sesame seeds and seared with wasabi & sweet chili sauces. Served with rice

Build Your Own Chinese Meal!

Fried Oysters & Asian Slaw ...............................................................................................................$10

Choose the menu items YOU want and we will stir fry them and serve it with your favorite side! ..$10 Start with...

Fresh oysters lightly fried and served over a bed of homemade cole slaw.

Tempura Chicken | Grilled Chicken | Steak | Shrimp | Pork | Tofu

Add 3 of your favorites... Peppers | Onions | Carrots | Broccoli | Pineapple | Water Chestnuts | Peanuts | Baby Corn | Snow Peas

Choose your sauce... Sweet & Sour | General Tso| Orange Ginger | Teriyaki | Sesame Garlic | Asian Brown Sauce | Thai Peanut Sauce

Enjoy with... White Rice | Brown Rice | Lo-Mein

Thai Food Served with your choice of white or brown rice. Substitute vegetable fried rice for ......................................$0.75 Chicken Pad Thai..............................................................................................................................$9.5 Thai Noodles with assorted vegetables, egg & our house Thai sauce. Topped with crushed nuts

Thai Chili Chicken..............................................................................................................................$10

Seafood Lo Mei .................................................................................................................................$12 Lo Mein noodles sautéed with jumbo shrimp, lump crabmeat & onions in an Asian brown sauce.

Orange Snow Pea Shrimp .................................................................................................................$12 Jumbo shrimp tossed with snow peas, scallions and our orange ginger sauce over crisp Asian noodles.

Coconut Crab Cakes .........................................................................................................................$12 Pan fried Jumbo lump crab cakes, homemade daily in a coconut batter, over homemade cole slaw.

Asian Tuna .........................................................................................................................................$12 Ahi tuna cooked rare with white rice, cucumber wasabi & Asian vegetables.

Shrimp & Brocolli ..............................................................................................................................$10 Jumbo Shrimp sautéed in an Asian brown sauce with crisp broccoli and served with white rice.

Mahi Mahi .........................................................................................................................................$10 Pan seared Mahi served with sticky rice and a orange ginger dressing.

Orange Coconut Shrimp ....................................................................................................................$10 Hand breaded shrimp lightly fried and served with our homemade orange ginger sauce & fresh fruit.

Assorted vegetables with grilled chicken in a sweet chili sauce.

Shrimp Lo Mein .................................................................................................................................$10

Shrimp Pad Thai ................................................................................................................................$10

Lo Mein noodles sautéed with jumbo shrimp, carrots, onions and scallions in our Asian brown sauce.

Thai Noodles with assorted vegetables, egg & our house Thai sauce. Topped with crushed nuts

Vegetarian & Gluten Free

Mango Chicken .................................................................................................................................$12

V=Vegetarian Option G=Gluten Free Option

Fresh mango, onions, peppers and breaded chicken in our spicy citrus Thai sauce.

Bamboo Veggies...............................................................................................................................$7.5

Sushi Menu West Coast Roll ...................................................................................................................................$6 Crabmeat, cucumber & cucumber wasabi dressing

Shrimp & Avocado ...............................................................................................................................$8 Topped with orange ginger

Fresh vegetables sautéed with cashews & our orange ginger sauce. Served over white rice. V

Pineapple & Mango Lettuce Wrap ....................................................................................................$8.5 Fresh pineapple and mango mixed with cilantro and served in crisp lettuce wraps. V & G

Soy Pepper Steak ................................................................................................................................$9 Black angus steak grilled with a mix of peppers & onions sautéed in soy sauce. G

Soy Chicken & Broccoli .......................................................................................................................$8

Spicy Tuna Roll .................................................................................................................................$8.5

Grilled chicken sautéed in soy sauce with fresh broccoli & served with a side of rice. G

Spicy tuna and cucumber

American Fare

Tropical Roll ........................................................................................................................................$7

Chicken Fingers & Fries ......................................................................................................................$7

Mango, pineapple & cucumber wasabi

Served with BBQ sauce.

Avokyu Maki ........................................................................................................................................$6

Fried Oysters & Chips.......................................................................................................................$8.5

Avocado, cucumber & wasabi

Fresh oysters lightly fried with seasoned fries.

California Roll ......................................................................................................................................$6

Chicken Salad .....................................................................................................................................$9

Crab, fresh cucumber and avocado

Grilled chicken over mixed greens with onions, carrots & broccoli.

Hoksuin Roll ........................................................................................................................................$5

Fish & Chips .....................................................................................................................................$8.5

Cucumber, carrot & ginger

Big Easy ..............................................................................................................................................$7

Fresh battered cod served with seasoned fries.

Tuna, crab, cucumber & sweet chili

Noodles, Rice & Sides

Mango Shrimp..................................................................................................................................$7.5

Fried Rice ........................................................................................................................... Sm $4 Lg $7

Shrimp, mango & wasabi dressing

Wok-fried with egg, soy, carrots and onions. Prepared with your choice of beef, chicken, shrimp or vegetables

Island Tuna ..........................................................................................................................................$8

Vegetable Stir Fry................................................................................................................................$5

Tuna, pineapple & ginger sauce

Assorted vegetables in an Asian brown sauce

Ginger Tuna .........................................................................................................................................$8

Lo Mein .............................................................................................................................. Sm $4 Lg $7

Ahi Tuna & orange ginger sauce

Cool Lobster ........................................................................................................................................$9 Lobster, cucumber & wasabi sauce

Stir-fried noodles and vegetables with your choice of beef, chicken, vegetables or shrimp.

Rice .....................................................................................................................................................$3 Your choice of brown or white rice

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Traditional Chinese Dishes

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30th Street & Long Beach Blvd. Be Beach Haven Gardens


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Full Line of Seafood In Our Fresh Fish Market • Raw Bar 492-9106 Daily Specials • Outdoor Seating 492-9106

Delaware & the Blvd. • Beach Haven Terrace

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 ............... 22.99 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

........................................................ 28.95

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) ..................... 21.99

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 ......................... 10.99 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 ............................14.99 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.) ..................17.99

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

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

Dungeness Crab (1 lb.) ....................... 18.99

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

GRILLED OR BLACKENED

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FOR THE MINNOWS

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

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

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

34TH STREET “IF IT SWIMS WE’VE GOT IT, IF IT SMELLS WE’VE HAD IT TOO LONG.” “THIS PAPER IS ALSO GOOD FOR WRAPPING FISH.” “Great Seafood in an unpretentious setting.” The Philadelphia Inquirer

“Best of The Shore.” Philadelphia Magazine

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

Atlantic Ave.

Visit Us On

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

Delware Ave.

LONG BEACH BLVD.

Ice Cold Clams On the ½ Shell .................. ½ Doz. 5.95 ..........................Doz. 10.95

Delaware & the Blvd. • Beach Haven Terrace

M&M Steam Bar

34th Street

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Beach Ave.

Long Beach Blvd.


Open Daily 11:30am - 9pm

The Gazebo’s

SUSHI BAR

Pat Johnson

PUTTER: Eric Piotrowski hopes to win.

Tuckerton Seaport’s Mini Golf Challenge

Surf City Open Daily 7am-10pm

Barnegat Light Open Daily 7am-9pm

Make Us Your Meeting Place www.howyoubrewin.com

609-492-5811•609-492-5677

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ummer fun continues at the Tuckerton Seaport this August with the Second annual Ice Cream Cup Miniature Golf Tournament. Tuckerton Seaport has been working hard over the years to make the re-created maritime village fun for kids, besides being educational. The staff has added barnyard animals, a maze and a 9-hole miniature golf course near the boardwalk. The golf course (included with Seaport admission) has been a big hit with families. Starting Aug. 1, golfers can compete for a grand prize: an ice cream party for their family at the Pine Cone Ice Cream stand, Route 9 in Little Egg Harbor. Contestants may pick up a scorecard in the Seaport Visitor Center, and then putt away at the holes. Each hole features a fun fact about the shore. Turn in your scorecard at the Visitor Center on the way out. Each person can enter once per day. The more you come back, the better the chances are of winning. Special prizes are awarded to golfers who get a hole-in-one. The Seaport is located at 120 West Main Street in historic Tuckerton. Admission is $8 for adults, $6 for seniors, $3 for children age 6 to 12, and free for children 5 and younger. There are 40 acres of family fun, featuring maritime activities and daily summer programs. Visit tuckertonseaport.org or call 609-296-8868 for more information. —P.J.

13th Year Anniversary

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

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Calabria

Celebrating Our 25th Anniversary Same Chef/Owners Same Great Taste

Home made & imported pasta dishes, award winning pizza and fine Italian specialties, fresh seafood caught by Viking Village fi shermen

WEEKLY CREATIONS Soft Shell Crabs

South American Grouper

Fried or sautéed

Viking Village Fresh Catch of the Day

Chargrilled w/Calabria’s own smoked sea salt seasoning or blackened, served with sautéed vegetable, or roasted potatoes

Broiled Seafood Combo Broiled basa filet, shrimp & scalions with our roasted garlic, sun dried tomato herb clarified butter

Stuffed Eggplant

Wild caught fresh grouper filet, broiled and topped with our own roasted garlic, sundried tomatoes and herbed clarified butter

1/2 eggplant stuffed w/crabmeat stuffing topped with seasoned roasted bread crumbs in a marinara sauce

Veal Chop Milanese

Baby Octopus & Scungilli Calabrese Style

12-14 oz. frenched veal chop milanese style

Rabbit Cacciatore

In a marinara sauce w/anchovies topped w/ seasoned toasted bread crumbs w/fettuccine

w/mushrooms, peppers, onions, potatoes, green olives in a marinara sauce

All dinners served with fresh Italian bread, house salad and a side of penne pasta w/ red or marinara sauce

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Mediterranean Crab Salad

Garbanzo beans, artichoke, red onion, sundried tomato & roasted pepper salad on top of arugula & spinach w/ lemon vinaigrette, dressed w/ crab meat

Castroville Egg

3 Egg Omelette

Crabmeat, peppadew peppers, hot Italian sausage & provolone cheese served with roasted potatoes

Poached artichoke topped with hot roasted peppers, bacon and topped with a fried egg with Holladaise sauce

Soft Shell Crab Sandwich

Fried or sauteed, lettuce, tomato & onion on a toasted Kaiser roll

$20.00

Large Pie & Large Antipasto Salad or Large Greek Salad or Large Italian Salad

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*Our Famous Mussels Marinara*

We have Whole Wheat Pasta

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Chicken Meatballs

Our Own Special Recipe

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HOLIDAY SNACK BAR

Date Night in the Food Studio: de la Mar, 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. Gaming Day, Little Egg Harbor Branch Ocean County Library, 290 Mathistown Rd. (609-294-1197) Kids in grades 7-12 are invited for Mario Kart. 3 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. PG Movie: “Secretariat,” Little Egg Harbor Branch Ocean County Library, 290 Mathistown Rd. (609294-1197) Noon. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. 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. SATURDAY, 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. Chinese Auction, Barnegat Twp. Firehouse, Birdsall St. (609-698-2850) No one younger than 21 will be admitted. Admission, $6. Doors open, 5:30 pm; calling begins, 7:30 pm. Dart for Art, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609-494-1241) The event for artists and art lovers features a fine art lottery as well as hors d’oeuvres and beverages. Ticket, $150. 6-8 pm. Donations of artwork are accepted through Aug. 1, ready to display. Call Marianne at ext. 108 or e-mail development@lbifoundation.org. Family Movie: “We Bought a Zoo,” Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609698-3331) Attendees may bring lunch and watch this PG film. Noon. Feature Film: “1 for the Money,” Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-597-3381) The film is rated PG-13. 2 pm. Foul Shooting Contest for Kids, Richard A. Zachariae Field, Division St. & Barnegat Ave., Surf City. Girls and boys through age 18 are welcome. There are mini hoops for ages 6 and younger. 10 am. Rain date, Aug. 12. “Hooked on Fishing” Surf Fishing Tournament, Begins at Sunset Park, West Salem Ave., Harvey Cedars. The surf-fishing event is for kids ages 5-17 and features instructional booths, bait, casting instructions, lunch and more. A limited number of loaner rods are available. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Participation is free. Registration, 8-9 am. Activities continue till 2 pm. Contact John Castrati at 856-220-2082 or jcastrati@hotmail.com, or Doug Brown at 609-352-0481 or bdbrown57@yahoo.com.

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L’aSsIeTte

A CREATIVE DINING EXPERIENCE Now Serving Dinner 6 Nights Per Week at 5pm (Closed Tuesdays)

Our New Summer Menu Debuts This Weekend!!! Fire Roasted Red Pepper Bisque with Spearmint Créme Fraiche ½ Shelled Lobster over House Made Tagliatelle Pasta, Tomato Infused Buerre Monte and Chanterelle Mushrooms Lemonade Cheesecake with Lemon Curd Sauce and Fresh Fruit Compote Executive Chef : Rick Viggiano Executive Pastry Chef: Robert Robertazzi

1403 Long L Beach B h Boulevard B l d - SSurff City • 609.361.7800 www.LassietteLBI.com • info@lassiettelbi.com

HOME OF THE ORIGINAL

Lost in the Woods: What Should You Do?, Bass River State Forest, Lake Absegami beach breezeway, 762 Stage Rd., New Gretna (609-296-1114 or www. njparksandforest.org) This is a free family-themed program. Participants should bring insect repellent, a flashlight and something to sit on. 7:30-8:30 pm. Heavy rain cancels. Open Fishing Tournament & Awards Barbecue, Lacey Elks Lodge, 900 Beach Blvd., Forked River. The captains meeting is at the Point Pavilion, Fri., 7 pm; at least 1 person from each boat must attend. There is a Calcutta in every division. Entry forms are available at the lodge or by calling 609-693-1281. Participants, family members and guests are welcome at the barbecue, 5 pm; cost: adult, $20; ages 6-12, $5; younger than 6, free. Pancake Breakfast, Terrace 1st United Methodist Church, New Jersey & Beach aves., Beach Haven Terrace. The menu includes sausage, bacon, orange juice, coffee and tea. The United Methodist Men of LBI host the event to support the scholarship program at Southern Regional High School. Cost: adult, $7; child younger than 11, $4. 7-10 am. Super Saturdays: Build the Bat Helicopter, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609-494-1241 or www.lbifoundation.org) The class is designed for ages 6-11. Fees: member, $20; nonmember, $25. 10-11:30 am. SATURDAY & SUNDAY, AUGUST 11 & 12 Osborn Island Residents Assn. Garage Sale, Little Egg Harbor Community Center, 319 West Calabreeze Way, Mystic Island. The sale is indoors and airconditioned, and food is available. Sat., 8 am-3 pm; Sun., 8 am-1 pm. SUNDAY, AUGUST 12 Annual General Membership Meeting of LBI Historical Assn., LBI Historical Museum, Engleside & Beach aves., Beach Haven (609-492-0700) 7 pm. Family Mural Making, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609494-1241 or www.lbifoundation.org) Fees: member, $20; nonmember, $25. 10 a,-noon. MONDAY, AUGUST 13 For Teens: Writing 102, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) The program is about the reality of getting published and building writing skills. 2 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Friends of the Library Meet, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) All are welcome. 10 am. The Gender Gap: How Will It Impact the Election?, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) The Jewish Community Center of LBI cohosts a representative from the Center for American Women in Politics. 7 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Old Beach Haven, LBI Historical Museum, Engleside & Beach aves., Beach Haven (609-492-0700) Historian Jeanette Lloyd presents the program. 7:30 pm. Raptor Rapture, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) Children ages 4-10 are invited to learn about falconry and see live birds. 2 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Story Time at Surf City Rita’s, Rita’s Water Ice, 18th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Surf City. Children receive a free ice-custard. 2:30 pm. Call 609-494-2480 to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Tween Craft: Upcycling, Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-597-3381) The activity for ages 9-14 shows how to turn old magazines into beads, boxes, bags and more. Participants should dress for a messy craft. 3 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org.

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A Life in Six Words? Give It a Try at LBIF

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f you have ever wanted to write your own memoir but have never had enough words to transcribe it, then you should meet Larry Smith. He is the award-winning author, publisher and editor of SMITH Magazine, who created the Six-Word Memoir Project. The venture launched in November 2006 and challenged online participants to tell their life story in just six words. Since then, it has become a national sensation and a bestselling book series, featuring the intimate lives of the people around us, young and old. Smith will visit the Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences, located at 2702 Long Beach Blvd. in Loveladies, on Wednesday, Aug. 8. From 6 to 8 p.m., he will discuss the inspiration and the journey behind the project, before passing on the microphone and asking the audience to share their own six-word tales during the “six-word slam.” The autobiographies may range in topic anywhere from life and love to war and food. “I first discovered (Smith) because I was a fan of the Six-Word series,” said Kristy Redford, the Foundation’s public programs and membership coordinator. “So I contacted him directly to see if he would be interested in partnering with the Foundation. His first interest was in doing something with the kids,” she added. In response to Smith’s request, the Foundation partnered with the Stafford Intermediate School’s sixth-grade class. Participating students were asked to create their own Six-Word Memoir Project, based on their experiences throughout the school year. Their corresponding artwork will be on display at the event. For more information about Larry Smith and the Six-Word Memoir Project, visit “the vibrant community of storytellers” at smithmag.net. The virtual forum is a place where people can find inspiration for their narratives, create their own stories and share them with others. To register for the free event at the Foundation, call 609-494-1241, or send an e-mail to office@lbifoundation.org. —K.A.E.

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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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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

10 AM - 9 PM

a-la-carte

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

family feasts the works! $89.95

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

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

totally tails! $139.95

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

kid stuff

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

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

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 16 Date Night in the Food Studio: Midsummer Night’s Dream, 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. End-of Summer Party, Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609597-3381) The event is for SAIL volunteers, Reading Buddies and summer reading participants. 6:30 pm.

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MONDAY-THURSDAY, AUGUST 13-16 Lacrosse Camp, Sunset Park, West Salem Ave., Harvey Cedars. The camp is for youth and high school boys and girls. 9 am-1 pm. Call 862-215-6540 or visit www.njallstarlaxcamp.com. TUESDAY, AUGUST 14 Big Bubbles, Waretown Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Main St. (609-693-5133) 2-4 pm, weather permitting. Book Discussion, Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-5973381) The subject is The Help by Kathryn Stockett. 1 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Indians, Pirates, Baymen on Barnegat Bay, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) The program and craft activity are for children of all ages. 10:30 am. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Movie Night: “Mission Impossible – Ghost Protocol,” Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) The film is rated PG-13. 6:30 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Nutrition for Seniors, Little Egg Harbor Branch Ocean County Library, 290 Mathistown Rd. (609294-1197) Ron Hyland of Keswick Pines in Whiting presents the program. 2 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. TUESDAYS, AUGUST 14 & 21 Flower Painting Watercolor Workshop with Pat Morgan, Pine Shores Art Assn., 94 Stafford Ave., Manahawkin (609-294-8264 or www.pineshoresartassociation.org) Fees: member, $50; nonmember, $75. 9:30 am-3:30 pm. TUESDAY & THURSDAY, AUGUST 14 & 16 Basic Boating Safety Course for NJ Certification, St. Francis Center, 47th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach (609-494-8861 or www.stfranciscenterlbi.com) The 2-day class is for ages 13-adult. Fee, $85. 5-9 pm. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15 Butterfly Bonanza, Jacques Cousteau Coastal Education Center, 130 Great Bay Blvd., Tuckerton (609-812-0649, ext. 206, or www.marine.rutgers.edu/ cousteau) Pollination Station presents the program of crafts, activities and talks. 1-3 pm. Call to register. Dementia Caregiver Support Group Meets, Barnegat Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, 859 West Bay Ave., Barnegat. This month’s topic is “Overview of Dementia.” A light breakfast is provided. Registration is required; call Sue at 609-698-1400, ext. 115. Meets 3rd Wed. of each month, 8:30 am. Dog Show, Wildflowers by the Lighthouse, 410 Broadway, Barnegat Light (609-361-8191) The annual show benefits the Southern Ocean County Animal Shelter. There are prizes for costumes, tricks, sizes and more. 4-6 pm. Hand-rubbed Monoprint, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609494-1241 or www.lbifoundation.org) Fees: member, $45; nonmember, $60; materials, $20. 12:30-4:30 pm. Meet Little Egg Harbor Mayor & Committeemen, Little Egg Harbor Branch Ocean County Library, 290 Mathistown Rd. (609-294-1197) 7 pm. My Little Pony Party, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) Kids ages 7 and older are invited for the program. 6 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Ocean Bay Needle Arts Chapter Meets, Tip Seaman County Park, Recreation Center, Rte. 9 & Lakeview Ave., Tuckerton. New members, guests and all ability levels are welcome; bring lunch and something to stitch. 9 am. Call Roberta at 609-971-1542 or Ellen at 609-296-9573. Reading Nutrition Labels, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) 10 am. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. VFW Post 3729 Ladies Auxiliary Meets, VFW Post 3729, 11 East Winifred Ave. (79th St.), Beach Haven Crest. New members are welcome. 3:30 pm. Call Adele Leder at 609-698-1880. WILD Jersey Presents Barn Owls, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) Children must be at least age 8. Space is limited. 2 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org.


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Happy Hour 4-7pm Daily

Beach Hut Bar Open 10-10

DAVE SODANO

sings Sinatra “By the Sea”

Oceanfront Dining • Live Entertainment Thursday Maine Whole Lobster Night

Enjoy Our Famous Bloody Marys

Sunday-Friday 4-5pm Early Birds Starting at $12.95

Every Monday Pasta & Wine Night

Prime Rib Night Saturday

THURSDAY 8/2 3-7pm PAT KARWAN Friday 8/3 5-9pm FRED CONLEY

Specials:

Sweet & Sour Spicy Tuna Mediterranean Grilled Mahi-Mahi Seafood d’ Light N.Y. Strip Steak & Grilled Shrimp

Desserts:

Peach Melba, Lava Cake and Baked Alaska Serving Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Daily

Saturday 8/4 4:30-8pm GLEN ROBERTS Sunday 8/5 3-7pm DAVE JONES Monday 8/6 5-9pm DAVE SODANO sings Sinatra “By the Sea”

Breakfast 8am to noon • Lunch noon to 4pm Dinner 4pm to 9:30pm Dining Inside or Outside on Our Patio Deck

Tuesday 8/7 3-7pm SMOKEY STARR Wednesday 8/8 5-8pm CHRIS FRITZ

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Great Storms of the Jersey Shore, High Point Firehouse, West 80th St., Harvey Cedars. Author Margaret Buchholz gives a PowerPoint presentation on the Great March Storm of 1962. 7:30 pm. Marvelous Sleuths Book Club, Little Egg Harbor Branch Ocean County Library, 290 Mathistown Rd. (609-294-1197) The subject is On Borrowed Time by David Rosenfelt. 7 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Moon Lore & More, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-4942480) The program is for children 5 and older. 10:30 am. Call to register children only or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Tween Craft: deLIGHTful Candle Holders, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) The activity is for ages 10-15. 6 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. FRIDAY, AUGUST 17 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. Critter Catch, Jacques Cousteau Coastal Education Center, 130 Great Bay Blvd., Tuckerton (609-8120649, ext. 206, or www.marine.rutgers.edu/cousteau) Participants should wear water shoes, sunblock and insect repellent to go seining. 10-11 am. Call to register. Edible Book Festival, Little Egg Harbor Branch Ocean County Library, 290 Mathistown Rd. (609294-1197) The staff members have made book-based edible creations. Admission, free, but only members of the Friends of the LEH Library may taste and judge. 2 pm. End of Summer Reading Party, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) This is for children who have earned their Dream Big: READ! certificates. 1 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Teen End of Summer Reading Party, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609698-3331) Participants in teen summer reading, SAIL and Reading Buddies, ages 12-18, are welcome for pizza. 3 pm. SATURDAY, AUGUST 18 Anything Floats Race, Sunset Park, West Salem Ave., Harvey Cedars. All entries are welcome; the categories are Junior, Senior and Group. 4 pm. Call 609-361-7990 for details and information.

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each Haven is seeking donors for a community blood drive scheduled for Friday, Aug. 17, from 1 to 6 p.m. at the volunteer fire company. Event coordinator Kristy Davis, who will be working with the American Red Cross chapter in Toms River, said her goal is to get at least 60 donors. “The summer months and the holidays are the times when blood donations are most needed,” said Davis, a clerk/typist for the borough. “I know we are a small town, but we get many people here for the summer, so I’m hoping we can attract some donors.” Davis said that people ages 18 and older and in generally good health can be blood donors. “There are a lot of misconceptions out there concerning people giving blood,” she said. “For example, people who suffer from high blood pressure don’t think they are healthy enough to give blood, but they usually are.” Davis said the blood most needed is Type O Negative, because it is compatible with all blood types. “The most common blood donated is O Positive, which works with all positive blood types,” she said. The Red Cross chapter website notes that while donations often diminish during the summer, the need is greater in seasonal communities since the large influx of population results in more medical emergencies. “Blood donations are needed every day to help treat accident victims, cancer patients, people having surgery, children with blood disorders, burn patients and so much more,” the site says. “Every blood donation is made into as many as three different blood products. So, for about an hour of a donor’s time, they have the potential to save up to three lives.” In addition, Davis said donors would have a chance to win a raffle each hour. Items being raffled include gift certificates to Beach Haven restaurants, beach towels and sunscreen/ lip balm. Donors can sign up by calling Davis at 609-492-0111, extension 35, or logging on to redcrossblood.org. —E.E. Blue Claw Craft Show & Crab Race, Sunset Park, West Salem Ave., Harvey Cedars. Food is offered by the Barnegat Light First Aid Squad. Admission, free. 10 am-3 pm. Crab race, registration, 10 am; races begin, 11 am. Contestants may bring their own crab or rent one. Prizes are sponsored by PBA Local 175. Car, Truck & Motorcycle Show, Bayside Chapel, 965 West Bay Ave., Barnegat (609-607-8323) Registration fee, $10. Registration begins, 8:30 am; judging begins, 10:30 am. 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. Surf City Taxpayer Assn. Meets, Surf City Borough Hall, 813 Long Beach Blvd. Mayor Leonard T. Connors Jr. addresses the group. All are welcome. Nominations for officers and board members will be elected. 10 am.


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26 “Tropical Night,” Lacey Elks Point Pavilion, 900 Beach Blvd., Forked River (609-693-1281) Lenny G and his band entertain. 6-11 pm. Donation, $20, includes Caribbean-style food served 6:30-8:30 pm.

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, 609312-8306 or ruth@oceantheatre.org) Ticket, $10. 10 am & 6 pm. “101 Dalmatians,” through Aug. 4; “The Wizard of Oz,” Aug. 8-18. Family Theater, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609494-1241 or www.lbifoundation.org) Admission, $5. Tues., 7 pm. Aug. 7, Little Red Riding Hood; Aug. 14, Wonderful World of Reptiles. Matinee Dinner Show, The Friends of the Stafford Library sponsor the event Aug. 19, with the Ocean Professional Theatre Co.’s production of “Gypsy,” 2 pm, followed by dinner at Il Giardino’s in Forked River. Ticket, $50. Reservation deadline, Aug. 3; call Barbara Liberti at 609-597-8801 or Maxine Blumenthal at 609-698-5141, or reserve at the library branch. Our Gang Players Summer Theater Camp, Robert Horbelt Elementary School, Burr St., Barnegat (609-597-0553 or www.ourgang.org) Mon.-Fri., Aug. 13-17. Ages 6-8, 9 am-noon; ages 9-12, 1-4 pm. Fee, $100. THROUGH 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. 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. Times vary. 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. TUESDAY, AUGUST 7 Surflight Lunch & Theater, The Surf City Taxpayers Assn. hosts the event, with lunch at Carmen’s, 11:30 am, then “The Sound of Music” at Surflight Theatre, 2 pm. Ticket, $55, includes show and lunch. To reserve, call Carol at 609-838-1617 or 609-540-9594. SATURDAY & SUNDAY, AUGUST 11 & 12 “The ABC’s of Theatre,” Barnegat High School, 180 Bengal Blvd., Barnegat (www.oceantheatre.org, 609312-8306 or ruth@oceantheatre.org) The Ocean Professional Theatre Apprentice Co. presents the musical show. Ticket, $5; child younger than 6, free. 2 pm.

comedy com edy WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8 Catch a Rising Star All-Star Show with David Brenner, Surflight Theatre, Engleside & Beach aves., Beach Haven (609-492-9477 or www.surflight.org) 8 pm. See website for schedule and ticket prices. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15 Catch a Rising Star All-Star Show with Josh Blue, Surflight Theatre, Engleside & Beach aves., Beach Haven (609-492-9477 or www.surflight.org) Blue is the winner of “Last Comic Standing.” 8 pm. See website for schedule and ticket prices.

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. Aug. 4, Rave On; Aug. 5, The Castoffs; Aug. 7, Voodudes; Aug. 11, Mid-Life Crisis; Aug. 12, The HiFives; Aug. 14, the Jersey Surecats; Aug. 18, Sounds of the Street; Aug. 19, Custom Blend. Concerts by the Bay, Sunset Park, West Salem Ave., Harvey Cedars (609-361-7990) Aug. 8, Face Down;

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specific installation uses vario Green: Gallery 1603 ous recycled bottle manipulain Surf City hosts a “Go tions that raise the question, “Is Green Exhibit,” through bottled water ‘pure’?” in terms Aug. 7. Artwork in this exhibit of environmental damage. is environmentally “green” in Float past the Noyes Musome way, made from up-cycled seum of Art on Lily Lake in or recycled materials. Artists will a kayak or canoe that will donate a portion of their sales to be provided by the museum, Plastic Pennies. Call 609-494Thursday evening, Aug. 2, 1699. from 5 to 8 p.m. Regular ad* * * mission applies but please call Summer Swells: “Aspects of 609-652-8848 to register. Summer,” a show exploring “the At the Noyes satellite galtrue essence of summer: from the lery in Hammonton, find “Firobustness and fullness of color in ber Revolution: Botswana Colnature, to the growth of gardens at lection and Kalahari Quilts.” their peak, and the rippling water Call 609-561-8006. of the ocean,” is at the Long Beach * * * Island Foundation of the Arts Local Library Color: and Sciences through Aug. 20. Nineteen Pine Shores Art AsIt includes work in abstract and sociation artists are showing contemporary realism. at the Stafford branch of the Find works by the LBIF facOcean County Library; Cathulty in the Blai Gallery. erine Sebastian showcases her Reservations for the annual photographs at the LBI branch Dart for Art fundraising event in Surf City; artist Ray Hayat LBIF are due by Aug. 5. It’s worth is showcasing “Twenty an evening of art, wine and hors New Works of Collage, Oil and d’oeuvres. Tickets of $100 per inWatercolor” at the Little Egg dividual, $150 per couple, entitle Harbor branch; and artists Hal the holder to “dart” for one piece Roth and Rich Boscarino are of donated artwork. at the Barnegat branch. The Foundation is looking for Free Demo: Watercolor volunteers to help with a variety of artist Bob Heyer will offer a fun programs this summer. free watercolor demo after the LBIF Open Studio Sessions: Aug. 6 general meeting of Pine Figure Drawing is held Fridays Shores Art Association, 7:30 through Sept. 28, from 9:30 a.m. p.m. at the gallery on Stafford to 12:30 p.m. Unclothed model; Avenue in Manahawkin. Membring your own art materials. Fee bers and nonmembers, all are is $10/member, $15/nonmember. welcome. Call 609-494-1241 or view the Margaret Mahan is the catalog of classes at lbifoundaartist of the month and her tion.org. watercolors are on display in * * * Pat Johnson the gallery. Wine and Cheese: Meet the August classes feature waartists of Firefly Gallery in Surf GOOD CENTS: The Barnegat Lighthouse made of down-cycled plastic cards City for a wine and cheese open- is part of a raffle for Plastic Pennies, a nonprofit that uses the remaining tercolor artist Bob Heyer’s ing on Friday, Aug. 3 from 4 to balances on gift cards or creates art out of them, then donates the proceeds workshop on Aug. 7 and 8, 9 p.m. Cheryl Syminink demon- to local charities. A $5 donation during the Go Green exhibit at Gallery 1603 Ellen Gavin’s oil painting workshop on Aug. 9 and 16, Pat strates glass bead making. Call in Surf City gets a raffle ticket toward the artwork. Morgan’s watercolor workshop 609-361-7700. Series,” opening Aug. 4 with a reception from on Aug. 14 and 21, and Tom Rutledge’s gouache * * * Exit 63: The m.t. burton gallery in Surf 5:30 to 8 p.m. The paintings explore our sensu- and tempera workshop on Aug. 23 and 24. All workshops are from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. with City presents “Garden State Pottery, Exit 63,” ous relationship with water. Portraits by Joe Begonia, a series created be- fees of $50/members, $75/nonmembers. a group show of the works of 10 nationally Photographers, get snapping for the anknown potters who live in New Jersey: Alan tween 2005 and 2012 that captures the youth and Willoughly, Marie Elaine Lanza, David Voll, personality of some of his Southern Regional nual photography show; drop off date is Aug. Terry Plasket, Barbara Fehrs, Linda Schuster- art students, is shown in the Conference Room. 29. Visit pineshoresartassociation.org or call The gallery is located in the Michael Ryan 609-597-3557. man, Debbie Williams, Collette Smith, Bruce * * * Dehnert and Matt Burton. Photographer Frank Architects, Loveladies office. Call 609-548Group-In: Summer group exhibit at Art Smith exhibits prints inspired by the Japanese 2000. * * * House in Manahawkin features 19 artists, aesthetic of Shibui: simple, subtle and unobNoyes Notes: Ongoing summer exhibits through Aug. 18. Call 609-978-4278. trusive beauty. Call 609-494-0006. * * * Artist Op: The Long Beach Island Histori- at the Oceanville museum include “Enduring Simplicity: A reception for the Hammoncal Association Museum is accepting applica- Brilliance: The Pastel Society of America at tions ($10 fee) for an art show opening Aug. 40,” a dynamic, juried pastel exhibition on view ton Arts Center’s “The Simple Life” exhibit is planned for Friday, Aug. 3, at 6 p.m. The HAC 22 at the museum in Beach Haven. Art work through Sept. 2. In the “New Jersey State Council on the Arts is looking for creative individuals to upcycle must depict historic houses in the borough and artists donate a portion of their sales (30 Fellowship Exhibition,” 30 artists chosen for furniture for the 2012 Green Day Festival. percent) to the museum. Contact Carol Freas their excellence display works in photography, “Upcycling” is taking an item that is no longer needed or wanted and giving it new life as at 609-294-0218 or Linda Hibbs lhibbsart@ sculpture, crafts and painting. “Toylanders” consists of visual recollections something that is useful. This year’s Annual gmail.com of childhood by 10 artists, expressed in larger- Green Day Festival is scheduled for Sunday, * * * Sept. 16, from noon to 4 p.m. at St. Joseph Water World: The second exhibit in the than-life toys and various playthings. Pastel artist Stan Sperlak captures the images High School, Hammonton. Contact Brenda Summer Pop Up Gallery, hosted by Michael Ryan Architects in conjunction with the of South Jersey at dusk in his one-man show Bradford at bradford5@comcast.net. Call 609-567-5380 or visit hammontonartscenter. Bridgette Mayer Gallery of Philadelphia, is “Stan Sperlak: Into the Night.” Kate Dodd’s “Water: Illusions of Purity” site- com for more information. —P.J. a one-man show, “Allen Bentley: The Water Aug. 15, Innervisions. Also, Island Surf & Sail gives free kayak demonstrations. 7-9 pm. Concerts on the Green, Veterans Bicentennial Park, Beach Ave. between Engleside Ave. & Amber St., Beach Haven. Wed., 7:30 pm. If inclement weather, held at LBI Historical Assn. Museum, Engleside & Beach aves. Aug. 8, Jersey Gold; Aug. 15, Ron Gartner. 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 Aug. 27. 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. 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. Aug. 3, The Pickles; Aug. 10, Sweeter Than Honey; Aug. 17, The Angeltones. THURSDAYS, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 27 Gazebo Park Concerts, Rte. 9 & East Bay Ave., Barnegat (609-698-0080, ext. 122) 7-9 pm, weather permitting. SATURDAY, AUGUST 4 Bad Dogz, Bass River State Forest, Lake Absegami beach breezeway, 762 Stage Rd., New Gretna (609-

296-1114 or www.njparksandforest.org) Participants should bring insect repellent, a flashlight and something to sit on. Admission, free; donations to the band are welcome. 8 pm. Heavy rain cancels. 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. MONDAY, AUGUST 6 Ted Levy”s “Mr. Bojangles,” Surflight Theatre, Engleside & Beach aves., Beach Haven (609-492-9477 or www.surflight.org) Levy pays tribute to Sammy Davis Jr. 8 pm. See website for schedule and ticket prices.


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Our Gang Players Present ‘Me and My Girl’

St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, 47th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach (609-494-8813 or www. By RICK MELLERUP His off icial name, accordstfrancisparishlbi.org) Sat., Mass, 5 pm; Sun., Mass, ing to the family solicitor (Scott iming, it is said, is everything. 7:30, 8:45, 10 and 11:15 am. Mon.-Fri., Mass, 9 am. Well, the theatre companies of Bruinooge), is William Alexander St. Peter’s at the Light Episcopal Church, Seventh Southern Ocean County have been Henry Charles Augustus PresSt. & Central Ave., Barnegat Light (609-494-2398 or teigne-Snibson, the 18th Baron timing things well this summer. www.stpetersbarnegatlight.org) Sun., said Mass, 8 The Ocean Professional Theatre Company is Haveringland, High Steward of am; sung Mass, 10 am. Refreshments in the garden after 10 am service. currently performing the musical “Titanic” 100 the Brandiston Estuary, Marshall years after the great ship sank. Beach Haven’s Royal in Ordinary to the MarquisSt. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, Second St. & Surflight Theatre ran with “Annie” earlier this ate of Snetterton and the 14th Earl Atlantic Ave., Beach Haven (609-494-8813 or www. stfrancisparishlbi.org) Sat., Mass, 5 pm; Sun., Mass, summer, and the Bellarine Theatre Company of of Hareford. But to his friends in 7:30, 8:45, 10 & 11:15 am. Little Egg Harbor Township will be following the cockney-dominated district of St. Thomas of Villanova Catholic Church, 13th St. up with the same show in the middle of August, South London called Lambeth, & Long Beach Blvd., Surf City (609-494-8813 or which makes sense, considering “Annie” will he’s simply “Bill” (Ryan PJ Mulwww.stfrancisparishlbi.org) Sat., Mass, 5 pm; Sun., have a Broadway revival this fall, possibly lock- holland). Mass, 7:30, 8:45, 10 & 11:15 am. Bill is, well, not exactly Earl ing up the rights for some time. Spray Beach Chapel, Beach Ave. between 23rd & And then there’s the Our Gang Players, material. As his servants complain: 24th Sts., Spray Beach (609-492-0057 or spraybeachWe served him peas and they Southern Ocean County’s longest-running chapel.org) Sun., worship, 9:30 am. Guest speakers community theater troupe. In the middle of the all shot forth and singers. Available for weddings. To the east, to the west, to the excitement about the 2012 London Olympic United Church of Surf City, 7th St. & Central Ave. Games, Our Gang will be performing a classic south and north. (609-361-0981) Sun., Sunday school, 9 am; worship, Then he let one fly and it struck English musical, “Me and My Girl” for the 10 am. the eye next two weekends. Zion Lutheran Church, 18th St. & Central Ave., Of Lady Margaret Leicester. “Me and My Girl” really is the perfect sumBarnegat Light (609-494-8676 or www.zionlbi. org) Worship, Sun., service, 8:30 &10 am; Sunday One of the executors of the mer of 2012 show. London residents, the press school, 10 am. has reported, have been fed up for months with estate, the 13th Earl’s sister, Maria, MAINLAND the traffic jams and security concerns that the Duchess of Dene (Stacey SchneppBarnegat Bay Assembly of God, 378 Rte. 9, WareOlympic Games have brought to town, with Stoops), hopes that Bill can be town (609-698-3119) Sun., Bible study, 10 am; wormany saying they were going to flee to the cleaned up. “I will educate you,” ship with nursery and children’s church, 11 am; youth quiet of the countryside. The opening number she tells Bill. “I am confident you service 1st and 3rd Sun., 6 pm. of “Me and My Girl,” sung by its upper class will learn to rule Hareford.” The Bayside Chapel, 965 West Bay Ave., Barnegat (609residents, reflects many of the same concerns: other executor, Sir John Tremayne 607-8323 or www.baysidechapel.org) Sun., worship, The weekends in London have lost all (Neil Goldstein) isn’t so sure: “Im8:15, 9:45 & 11:30 am; fellowship follows each serpossible. Look at him. You can’t their fun vice. Children’s church, 9:45 and 11:30 am. Kristin Blair Now Wimbledon’s Over, the test match is make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear.” Calvary Baptist Church, 850 Railroad Drive, Little SET TO DANCE: Ryan PJ Mulholland and Sara Flynn play But the biggest problem is that done, Egg Harbor (609-296-4606 or calvaryLEH.org) Sun., the title roles in the August musical at OceanFirst Theater. Bill is loyal to “His Girl,” the cockNow Henly has fi nished, a nd Ascot has run. prayer, 8 am; Bible study for all ages, 9:30 am; coffee fellowship, 10:30 am; worship, 11 am; Bible Institute, It’s time for the country, it’s time for the sun. ney Sally Smith (Sara Flynn), and 6 pm. Nursery is provided. Wed., programs from There isn’t any doubt about the best place even Maria has no hope for her. Plus a cousin of through the “Lambeth Walk.” nursery through adult, 7 pm. Bill’s, Lady Jaqueline Carstone (Nicole Dawdy), to go, “Me and My Girl,” with a book and lyrics Calvary Chapel of Southern Ocean County, 610 It’s Hareford Hall in Hampshire, where the would like Bill to be her own, thus ensuring by L. Arthur Rose and Douglas Furber and Rte. 9, West Creek (609-597-4393 or www.calvaher of wealth, much to the consternation of the music by Noel Gay, was a West End (Lonsmart people go. rychapelsoc.org) Sun., worship, 10 am; fellowship If the duchess does invite you, then you’re Honorable Gerald Bolingbroke (Corey Damato), don’s Broadway) hit in 1937. The show’s Act time after; children’s church and nursery. Wed., Bible who wants Jacquie for himself. the top of the tree. I-ending production number, “The Lambeth study & youth group, 7 pm. Special praise and prayer So, will Bill grow proper enough to become Walk” dance, took off even more than the Thank goodness, thank goodness, she did service, 2nd Sun. of each month, 7 pm. William, and thus inherit the title as per require- show, becoming an international sensation. write to me! Cedar Run Assembly of God, Rte. 9, Cedar Run There’s trouble at Hareford, however. The ments? Will Bill be allowed to love Sally? Or “While dictators rage and statesman talk,” a (609-597-3225 or www.cedarrunchurch.org) Sun., coffee bar, 9 am; Sunday school, 9:30 am; worship 13th Earl of Hareford has died and the 14th will Lady Jaqueline sink her claws into Bill? commentary in The Times of London reported service, 10:30 am; life classes, 6 pm. Wed., Bible Bill, at first, exasperates all involved. But in 1938, “all Europe dances – to the Lambeth Earl of Hareford, the result of the 13th Earl’s study, 7 pm. brief fling in the lower class districts of London he does have a certain charm. Before long he’s Walk.” Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 1 Continued on Page 37 leading all of the guests at an exclusive party Town, may not be up to the task. 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 nie,” earned a rave this time around. By RICK MELLERUP as “My Favorite Things,” “Climb “you need a tune you can bum-bumthe Hindu religion and all its classic yogas. Yet Kellogg, despite her fine hen I was about 12 years Every Mountain,” “Do-Re-Mi,” “Mabum-di-dum – give me a melody!”, Congregation Sha’Arey Ha Yam, Reform singing, and Bundonis left me feelold, I started to develop ria,” “Sixteen Going on Seventeen,” “The Sound of Music” is definitely Jewish Community of Barnegat, (609ing a wee bit disappointed. There a taste for music. There “Edelweiss” and the title tune. It also a hummmfest. Especially when sung 698-4459 or www.shaareyhayam.org) Meets at Lutheran Church of the Holy Spirit, 333 weren’t too many records to choose was just no chemistry between didn’t hurt that I lived in Vermont – the well, by not only Maria (Crystal North Main St. (Rte. 9), Manahawkin, twice from at my home, though. My moththem as they were falling in love. real-life von Trapp family’s adoptive Kellogg) but the entire cast, particua month on Fri., 7:30 pm. This is the only In the show, Maria herself doesn’t er wasn’t a music lover. My father, home after fl eeing Austria to escape larly Megan Thomas as the Mother Reform congregation in Southern Ocean notice the Captain is falling for her a Methodist minister, liked hymns the Nazis. Abbess, and Jenavene Bazacas as County. Hebrew school is available for ages – Brigitta has to break the news to sung by Billy Graham’s featured However, in the many years since Liesl, eldest daughter of Captain 6 and older, including Bar and Bat Mitzvah. her. In this production, Brigitta has soloist George Beverly Shea, the I had lost my taste for Misters R&H. von Trapp (Al Bundonis). Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit, 220 to do the same for the audience. For the second straight proEast Main St., Tuckerton (609-296-9618 Philadelphia Orchestra conducted Oh, I had to give them their props for There was plenty of electricity in the or www.HolySpiritTuckerton.org) Holy by Eugene Ormandy, and, strangely, their groundbreaking “Oklahoma” duction (a long run of “Annie” Eucharist, Sun., through Sept. 2, 9:30 am Herb Albert and the Tijuana Brass. air the night I took in “The Sound and the huge number of standards they proceeded “The Sound of Music”), followed by a coffee hour; Wed., noon. of Music” – it was an evening of One evening, my parents decided had collaborated on over the years. Surflight gathered a talented group 1st Presbyterian Church of New Gretna, thunderstorms outside and a boomer to surprise me and came home with But I found their music and shows of children, so necessary for the 19 Maple Ave. (609-296-6564 or www. was replicated in one scene inside – several records. It was an eclectic rather saccharine when compared success of either show. Indeed, I newgretnapresbyterianchurch.org) Sun., but not between the leading couple. collection, to be sure: the “Straw- to the work of later composers and find it necessary to mention them worship, 10 am. After seeing “Annie” as well as berry Fields/Penny Lane” 45 by the lyricists. And I had taken in far too all here: Sasha Hayden Zitofsky as 1st Presbyterian Church of Tuckerton, Beatles, Barry Sadler’s “Ballad of “The Sound of Music,” I’m tempted many mediocre high school produc- Friedrich, Devlin Stark as Louisa, 210 East Main St. (609-296-8894 or fpcto blame that on the director of both the Green Berets,” and the movie tions of their classics, so as sweet as Gavin Brennan as Kurt, Sienna tuckerton.org) Sun., worship, 9:30 am. shows, Charles Abbott. Kelly, as soundtrack from “The Sound of their songs were, I had a sour taste in Grinwald-Alves as the always hon1st United Methodist Church of TuckerWarbucks, didn’t visibly undergo Music.” I guess my parents knew me my mouth. est Brigitta, Hadley Magaziner as ton, 126 North Green St. (609-296-9610 or the transformation needed to sell Happily the current production Marta and Nina Randazzo as the fumctuckerton.com) Sun., worship, 8:30 & better than I did myself, considering “Annie.” He wasn’t gruff and driven I grew up to love psychedelic rock, at Beach Haven’s Surflight Theatre cute-as-a-button Gretl. 10 am. House of Hope (Spanish service) enough when first introduced to AnSun., 5 pm. the military and musical theater reminded me of how much I once Alas, the acting in “The Sound nie to allow room to demonstrate (talk about eclectic!). enjoyed “The Sound of Music.” Yes, I of Music” wasn’t up to the singing. Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Rte. 9 & enough change when he grew a “The Sound of Music” was cer- still find its songs a wee bit too sugary Mathistown Rd., LEH (609-296-3585) Sun., Supporting players were fine. worship, 9:30 am. Saturday night social – tainly a good show with which to cut heart and decided to adopt the orfor my taste, but then again, that’s bet- Kristen Marie was upbeat in the every other Sat., 6-8 pm – for adults with phan. Bundonis tipped the scales in my musical teeth. The last effort of ter than many “modern” shows where thankless role of Elsa Schraeder, the developmental disabilities or brain injuries. the other direction. He was fine as a Rodgers and Hammerstein (Ham- you’re lucky to find one memorable woman whom it seems von Trapp King of Kings Community Church, 1000 merstein, the lyricist, succumbed to tune. As Stephen Sondheim had a rather cold and formal, if not cruel, will marry despite being in love with Rte. 9 north, Manahawkin (609-597-7177 father and man. (Capt. von Trapp, cancer nine months after the show producer sing to an aspiring composer Maria. John-Charles Kelly, whom or kingofkingscc.org) Sun., worship, 9 & after all, had been a naval opened on Broadway in 1959) was (probably the young Sondheim) in this critic gave a mixed review for 11 am; Spanish service, 1 pm; Celebrate fi lled with memorable songs such Continued on Page 36 his show, “Merrily We Roll Along,” his portrayal of Warbucks in “AnRecovery, 7 pm.

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Mount Zion Baptist Church, Gunning River Rd., Barnegat (609-698-2537) Sun., Sunday school, 9 am; worship, 10 am. Wed., service, 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. 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.

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.

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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.sttheresa-littleeggharbor.com) Masses, Sat., 4 pm; Sun., 7:30, 9 & 11:30 am. Sacrament of Reconciliation, Sat., 3-3:45 pm.

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NOTE: SOME VENUES MAY HAVE DJS OR OTHER DIVERSIONS ON OTHER NIGHTS. 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.) (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.

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.


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show is well known for its display of quality country, Victorian and “shabby chic” furniture; architectural and industrial finds; kitchenware; stoneware; jewelry; collectibles; nautical items; memorabilia and more. Admission is free to the show, which is promoted by The Seawife Antiques of Viking Village. The Seawife owner Pam Larson says, “People love the show because they never know what they are going to find. We have a great mix of dealers who bring unique items. We always have people asking for next year’s date as soon as the show is over,” she said, adding that the date for a second show is Sept. 16 this year. A fresh seafood lunch and coffee will be available for purchase. Browsers may also peruse the unique shops at Historic Viking Village onsite. For more information, call 609-361-7008. —M.S.

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.

‘Sound of Music’ Continued from Page 30 captain, so his military bearing was in character.) But when he fell for Maria, he may have softened but never really brightened. Don’t you think Maria should light him up, as much as mittens and kittens and brown paper packages tied up with strings did for her? I know we’re dealing with musicals here, but they have elements of drama, and drama should insist on people changing, uh, rather dramatically. Still, the strength of “The Sound of Music” isn’t the book by Howard Lindsay and Russell

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 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.

Crouse, but the music by Rodgers and the lyrics by Hammerstein. The cast of this Surflight production delivered their goods magnificently. “The Sound of Music” will run through Aug. 25. Tickets range from $36 to $54, with $89 premium seating available. Each adult ticket entitles the purchaser to buy up to three tickets for children younger than 13 at half price and, if available, students can purchase half-price tickets an hour before show time with student ID. Tickets may be purchased online at surflight. org, by phone at 609-492-9477 or at the box office, located at the intersection of Engleside and Beach Avenues in the heart of Beach Haven. * rickmellerup@thesandpaper.net

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Continued from Page 30 So, in the end, many Americans probably wish they probably had the time and money to be in London for the Olympic Games right now, or at least off to the countryside. But with the economy being what it is… Our Gang’s “Me and My Girl,” directed by Perry Award-winner Jessica O’Brien, can stand in, though, surely providing a couple of hours of fun and relaxation and, of course, an English feel in a couple of weeks where the headlines are dominated by reports from London’s Olympic Games. All for a price less than, oh, tickets for synchronized skeet shooting or whatever the newest Olympic sport is. After all, adult tickets for “Me and My Girl” are a mere $15 at the OceanFirst Theater in Manahawkin, starting at 7 p.m. on Aug. 3, 4, 9, 10 and 11 and at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 5 and Sunday, Aug. 12. Kids under the age of 13 can attend for just $8, and seniors and students for $12. Our Gang is hosting a couple of special events for the show. On opening night, Aug.3, you may

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By VICTORIA LASSONDE t always starts out so innocent. Everybody’s at the bar having a good time, and then somebody wants to make a good time even better. So that somebody asks, “Hey, want to do a shot?” One ounce of liquor in a tiny little glass. One gulp, and it’s gone – no harm done. But as a wise drinker once said, “one tequila, two tequila, three tequila, floor.” It’s been a ritual throughout human history, one of glasses clinked and raised in a spirit of togetherness, in the name of friendship, in celebration or commiseration. In that conscious gesture, people gather to embrace whimsy, forget cares or cast off inhibition. But, as anyone can attest who has ever attended a frat house, bachelorette party or Thunder Thursday at the Sea Shell, the tricky thing about shots is: They rarely travel alone. Every new drinking generation makes its mark on barroom culture, adding to the cocktail recipe canon. Some old-timers are still loyal to the simplicity of the shot-and-a-beer combo (the original “boilermaker”) or the sophistication of an Old GrandDad bourbon Manhattan, neat. After the repeal of Prohibition in 1933, people celebrated by sipping gin martinis or the rum-brandy-juice combo called a “zombie.” Vodka didn’t arrive in the U.S. until the late 1950s, points out Diamond Dame, a blogger dedicated to “living the life of a certain vintage.” Locals will remember when oldschool blues rocker Flamin’ Harry, the self-proclaimed “Bluzpirate,” played the Island in the 1980s, when DWI laws were not yet everyone’s worst nightmare. Rumor has it he set a record for the number of shots consumed in a bar in one night. So, throughout the decades, how far have we come? Through White Russians, Margaritas, Mudslides and Bloody Marys to a place in 2012 where, when it comes to mixology, almost anything goes. New experiments and inventions are ongoing, with a little creativity on both sides of the bar, plus ever new possibilities as the vodka, rum and whiskey companies compete to stay relevant by releasing

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CHEERS: (Clockwise from top left) A Jager Bomb at Joe Pop’s is Jagermeister surrounded by an energy drink, served in a cup with a built-in shot reservoir. Mix master Nicole Cerbone at The Upstairs whips up three Cherry Squirts from the Skyy vodka shot/cocktail menu. A handcrafted ‘shotboard’ was made for the Terrace Tavern by a regular customer with carpentry skills. Bartender extraordinaire Tommy Buckle doesn’t need an antler hat to be awesome. flavored or limited edition “liqueurs.” Southern Comfort, a liqueur to begin with, has even issued lime, cherry and pepper variations. A big hit this summer is Wild Turkey’s “American Honey,” perhaps an answer to Jack Daniel’s popular Tennessee Honey, or “Honey Jack.” Also look for Red Stag, a cherry bourbon from Jim Beam. But the trends seem to come and go as quickly as the brands change and new ones emerge, observed longtime local bartender Tom Buckle at the

Terrace Tavern, the self-proclaimed “Bartender of the Millenium.” “Nothing sticks, I find,” he said. Now the popular shots come premade in the bottle, he said, referring to the flavored vodkas and others. “Remember Pucker?” he asked. Schnapps. Sweet and sour, fruity, and short-lived in its popularity. “The easy man’s shot.” But that’s the trouble – some shots are just too easy. One of the “hot shots” right

now, according to Nicole Cerbone, bartender at The Upstairs at the Dutchman’s, is called a Chocolate Covered Pretzel, made with Pinnacle’s whipped cream-flavored vodka and Frangelico or Godiva liqueur and served with a salted rim. The Upstairs, a designated Skyy bar, carries the full array of Skyy vodka infusions and offers a corresponding special menu of cocktails that can also be made as shots. The Cherry Squirt, for example, combines Skyy cherry with lemonade

and triple sec. Still, Cerbone said, there are those who would prefer shots of plain Cabo Wabo tequila, as well as those who request fun classic shots such as the Surfer on Acid, which is Jagermeister, Malibu rum and pineapple juice. Ask to see her personal cocktail recipe book, which she wrote and studied in order to compete for her job. Cerbone was one of two chosen out of 120 applicants for the bartendContinued on Page 48, Sec. 2


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Write ‘Salmon Fishing’ On the Must-See List E By BILL GEIGER verybody hum it now: Dah, Daa, Daa, Dah, Dah, Daa, Daa, Dah… and so on, and so on. You all know what that is, the first eight notes of the Olympic song, heard over and over and over again, a tune entrenched in our psyches. We must be steadfast – we can’t let some sense of nationalism or other detract us from our appointed time necessary to watch our DVDs. Yes we’ll be drawn to the fencing competition, or maybe to the 100 meter sprint. Me, I’ll be looking forward to the female beach volleyball competition. You just cannot get enough of that! But I also know that there are a few good flicks out there new to DVD for us to watch this week, and despite the strenuousness of beach volleyball, and the way those players dive and sacrifice their bodies for their team, the DVDs are calling, and we must sacrifice some Olympic time to watch them. On the docket this week are Will Ferrell, Ewan McGregor, the Three Stooges and sushi. That’s right, the food. Raw fish. We’ll talk about it later. Our first film, “Black Butterflies,” deals with the supercharged situation of institutional apartheid in South Africa, and one young woman’s attempts to break it down. Poet Ingrid Jonker (Carice van Houten) sees all the inequalities out there and, through her sensitive lens of writing, tries to make a difference. Problem is the time frame is the mid-1960s, and it doesn’t help that her father, Abraham Jonker (Rutger Hauer), is the government’s minister of censorship. Ingrid looks for love, and finds it for a time with Jack Cope (Liam Cunningham), but she cannot abide by the strict policies of segregation, and thus lives with much pain. We’ll grab three bags of popcorn for “Black Butterflies,” and know that eventually Nelson Mandela will help rid South Africa of apartheid. Here’s another one with Carice van Houten. It’s called “Intruders,” but just as well might have been called “Hollowface,” for the film is a horror flick about a faceless monster (Hollowface) who terrorizes two families, one in Spain and the other in England. The monster visits children, looking to take a face for itself. This one will send goose bumps up and down your arms and chills up your spine. Van Houton plays Susanna Farrow, whose daughter Mia (Ella Purnell) finds a story about Hollowface and then sees the monster himself hiding in her closet. Clive Owen plays Mia’s father, John Farrow, who tries to help Mia fight the monster. Susanna is not even sure it exists. We’ll scare up two bags of popcorn for “The Intruders,” and leave the light on in the bedroom tonight. Foreign cinema fans might like “The Fairy,” a slight, sprightly French story about love and the supernatural. It stars Fiona Gordon as the fairy (la fée) and Dominique Abel as Dom, the night manager at a hotel in La Havre, when a young woman appears with no luggage, and asks Dom for help. She tells him she’ll grant him three wishes if he helps her. She grants him two, and then runs off, and Dom tries to find her. There’s not much to this film, but it moves well and is fairly amusing, so we’ll give it three bags of popcorn for the way it captures the imagination and won’t let go. Mel Gibson fans, whatever small number of them are left out there, might like to watch “Get the Gringo,” a violent flick about a hardcore criminal, Driver (Gibson), who is nabbed in Mexico by police types after his car careens across the border, and is sent to the infamous prison, El Pueblito. Survival in this prison is measured in hours, not in terms of sentence, and Driver must learn the ropes – and he does, from

a most unlikely source. Peter Stormare co-stars, with Adrian Grunberg directing. Gibson’s roles have been pretty good lately, and despite some of his unfortunate backstory, many thought “Get the Gringo” was an able followup to “Edge of Darkness” and “The Beaver.” We liked him in “The Beaver,” so we’ll give the gringo three bags of popcorn. Nyuk, nyuk, nyuk... it took a long time, but we finally have a Three Stooges movie, courtesy of the Farrelly brothers, titled, appropriately enough, “The Three Stooges.” While the story might sound a little like “The Blues Brothers,” this one has the comic trio serving as incompetent maintenance men at the orphanage where they grew up. Run by a group of nuns, this orphanage is on the verge of foreclosure, so Larry, Moe and Curley set about trying to raise the money to keep it going. Add a murder to the plot, add Larry David as one of the nuns, and you have the makings of a madcap design. There are funny moments, but those of us who remember the original Stooges in comic shorts on television find lots of stuff wanting in the new film. Starring Sean Hayes as Larry, Chris Diamantopoulos as Moe and Will Sasso as Curley, and the Farrelly sibs, Bobby and Peter, direct. The story could be more original, but we’ll grab two bags of popcorn anyway for this lunatic adventure. Will Ferrell, the goofy comedian who is never afraid to push on the outside of that envelope (like they say in “The Right Stuff ”), stars in the equally goofy “Casa de mi Padre,” an all-Spanish film modeled after those Saturdayafternoon westerns where the good guys always defeat the bad guys. This time the good guys are headed by Armando (Ferrell, whose Spanish is passable), who is fighting to save his father’s ranch from one of the most ruthless drug lords in all of Mexico, Onza (Gael García Bernal). When Armando’s brother Raul (Diego Luna) Continued on Page 48, Sec. 2

HOME BASE: He now lives in Hawaii with his family; he grew up in Cape Cod, Mass.; and he has spent time living in Vermont, the Rocky Mountains and California. Nonetheless, “my heart is in LBI,” he said. STYLE: Covers to suit. Influenced by the various places he has lived across the country and by different kinds of American culture, his style is broad and somewhat improvisational, with funny, customized lyrics pertinent to the town he’s in (listen for references to “Chegg” and “Wawa”). His sets may include a little bit of everything and can “switch on a dime” – e.g., from “C&W” to classic rock – if the mood calls for it. LINEUP: Terry Stebbins, guitar and vocals SOUND BYTE: Calling himself a “survival player,” Stebbins has learned to be prepared for any room by adapting to the musical needs and desires of every locale. He believes live music, fundamentally, is about being present in the “here and now.” For him, it’s about “trying to make the moment happen … trying to make everybody forget about everything else for a couple hours and just enjoy each other’s company.” TWO’S TAKE: Just as Stebbins looks forward to reconnecting with old friends during his three-week stay on LBI, his longtime Island fan base can’t wait to soak up some of his aloha spirit. And he has plenty to share. Having lived in Hawaii the last five years, he has observed: “LBI has more ‘aloha,’ ounce for ounce, than the Hawaiian Islands” – a bold statement he stands by. CHECK OUT: OUT: acousticterry.com BE THE JUDGE: Fridays, Aug. 3 and 10, at Rick’s American Café, Barnegat Light; Sundays, Aug. 5 and 12, at the Terrace Tavern, Beach Haven Terrace; Tuesdays, Aug. 7 and 14, at the Sea Shell’s outdoor Tiki Bar, Beach Haven; and Saturday night, Aug. 18, at the Engleside Inn’s Sand Bar, Beach Haven. —V.L.

HOME BASE: Middlesex County STYLE: Note-for-note ’80s covers, all genres, from hard rock and “hair metal” to pop, power ballads and new wave. LINEUP: Mike Doktorski, bass and vocals; Seth Tieger, guitar and vocals; Matt Kutner, keyboards and vocals; Michael Kinsey, drums. SOUND BYTE: Calling itself “New Jersey’s newest ’80s sensation,” Stereo87 is psyched to be breaking onto the scene this year. With former members of Amethyst80s, New Life Crisis and the Seth Tieger Band, bassist Mike Doktorski formed Stereo87 in early 2012. “I always loved playing the Surf City Hotel with Amethyst,” Doktorski said. “It’s a great Jersey Shore venue, and the audience always seemed to dig our ’80s theme.” TWO’S TAKE: While the band members maintain busy performance schedules outside of Stereo87, they come together, joined by a common love of ’80s music and a desire to share the magic of that music with the audience. “It’s really the songs themselves that are the stars of our show – as musicians, we’re just the messengers,” Doktorski said. “But it’s a labor of love, because we’re all genuine fans of ’80s music, we have so much fun playing it, and we hope that comes out in our performances.” CHECK OUT: stereo87.pushing9.com BE THE JUDGE:Friday, JUDGE: Aug. 3, in the Surf City Hotel’s Beach Club, Surf City. —V.L.


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Looking for location, style, and quality in new construction on LBI? This home has it all, at a surprisingly affordable price. A superior south-end oceanside location, with 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, three-stop elevator, family room with fridge and wet bar, gas fireplace, breakfast bar, rooftop and second floor decks, 2-car garage, paver driveway, tankless hot water, and more. Two spacious master suites with walk-in closets and fullytiled 5-foot showers. Dining deck with BBQ hookup. Style elements include cathedral ceilings, hardwood floors, custom tiled baths and granite tops. If you haven’t toured a Mancini Custom Home yet, put this one on your list.

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New Construction in Brant Beach with Bay Views Fantastic 50x140 lot in the coveted Brant Beach Yacht Club neighborhood. Room for a pool and beautiful bay views from multiple decks. This reversed-living home features 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, elevator, first floor family room with wet bar and fridge and second floor great room with gas fireplace and cathedral ceilings. Amenities include granite tops and breakfast bar, two-car garage, 2-zone heat and air, tankless hot water, and four decks, including a rooftop. All the privacy of a quiet bayblock neighborhood, just one off the bay and a block and a half from the  newly replenished ocean beach. Convenient Brant Beach location, just far enough away from the Causeway and close to St. Francis Community Center.

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TWILIGHT TRIO: As the sun sets behind Ninth Street in Surf City, three longtime friends and beach neighbors, a.k.a. The Backyard Band, entertain dozens of party guests on Saturday.

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n the quieter, residential streets of Long Beach Island in the summer, families with beach houses on the same block get to know each other and grow together over the years. They meet on the beach, kids play together in the summers, and neighborly bonds are formed. On Ninth Street in Surf City, a set of neighbors have started a tradition of celebrating that bond with an annual backyard party, complete with live entertainment provided by their teenage boys, three of whom have formed as the Backyard Band. They’re thinking if they decided to take their project to the next level, they might consider changing the band name to something with a broader scope. Ben Kirvan, 16, sings and plays guitar, and his parents, Sue and Chris, hosted the party this past Saturday at the house Ben’s greatgrandfather built in 1945. Anthony Ieradi, 16, also sings and plays guitar. Kirvan and Ieradi are classmates at Lenape High School, members of the school’s concert choir and theater program, and have been friends since the age of 3. Jake Nelson, 14, their Ninth Street neighbor two doors down, plays percussion. About three years ago, the boys took up musical instruments. Ben’s cousin, Cub Cramer, 19, is a DJ at Ithaca College, with a radio show called “Beat Crazy” (on 92 WICB, Saturday nights from 10 p.m. to midnight), a two-hour live mix of electronic dance music. This year marks the third time the guys have entertained the dozens of family members and friends filling their adjoining backyards, with tents, a DJ booth, platforms set up for a makeshift stage, and tall speakers strategically placed. Sue Kirvan said the 75 to 80 people in

attendance were a mix of friends from home (Mount Laurel) and from the shore. Cramer, home from school this weekend, provided his DJ equipment and filled in on set breaks. “It’s a lot of fun,” Ieradi said. “It’s a really cool feeling” to entertain a crowd, especially in a relaxed party atmosphere of family and friends. In preparation for the party, Kirvan and Ieradi chose songs they enjoy, in the hopes that most of the party guests would know and enjoy them, too. They e-mailed Nelson the songs so he could learn the drum parts, and then put the whole thing together for their third official “gig” (paid and all) in as many years. Sharing an LBI block means sharing the same stretch of sand, sharing waves (Ben’s dad, Chris, is known locally as the “Pied Piper” of skimboarding) and making countless summer memories. “We’ve grown to know the parents and families,” Sue Kirvan said. For the boys, the band may be merely a step toward something else, Ben remarked –who knows what the future holds? For now, the moment calls for playing Snow Patrol’s “Chasing Cars” and Rob Thomas’ “Her Diamonds” and Matt Kearney’s “Hey Mama,” and any other songs that define this time in their young lives. As Sue Kirvan mused, the kids probably don’t yet realize the special importance of this time period; someday they will look back and appreciate how precious these fleeting, youthful, carefree summer days really are. But even though everybody gets a little bummed out when the summer starts to wind down to fall, she said, they take care to remind themselves: summer wouldn’t be so special if it didn’t end. — Victoria Lassonde victorialassonde@thesandpaper.net

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COMMON GROUND: Every Saturday night in July and August, the teen center is open to junior high and high school kids for three hours of safe, supervised socialization, recreational games and refreshments from 8 to 11 p.m.

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SHORE BIRD: LBI native and Jetty team rider Jamie DeWitt will return from her new home in Florida for the Coquina Jam on Saturday to surf and to help host the Youth Surf Clinic.

By JON COEN o long as the ocean cooperates, local apparel company Jetty will hold its fourth annual Coquina Jam on Saturday, Aug. 4. This year, as the all-female surf contest returns to Harvey Cedars, Jetty will feature its premier female team rider, Jamie DeWitt, at the event. Jetty ran the first Clam Jam in 2007, a much-needed event to bring the LBI surfing community together. With 18 miles, six towns and surfers on the mainland, it was a day after the busy summer season where locals could gather for surfing and cold clams on the half shell. In 2008, the Clam Jam featured a women’s division, but with so many competitors, it was difficult to run every heat before the October sunset. In 2009, Jetty decided to hold the first Coquina Jam, the Clam Jam’s “sister” event just for females, using the same format as the Clam Jam, randomly pairing two-person teams of one woman and a younger counterpart on an August evening. Jetty co-owner Jeremy DeFilippis made the decision to move the event from a Wednesday evening to a full Saturday in 2011 to showcase LBI’s unique surfing culture to summertime visitors. Jetty went a step farther this year by flying Jamie DeWitt up from Florida this week to present a short Youth Surf Clinic for

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kids, specifically young girls. DeWitt grew up in North Beach Haven. Her father had her in waves shortly after she learned to walk, and she went on to own the local ranks as a kid. In 1999, she took fifth at the Pan American Games in Argentina and 15th at the International Surfing Association World Games in Brazil, one of the top amateurs in the world. Her victories include the 2002 Outer Banks Women’s Pro and the Hannah Pro at Belmar in 2009 and 2010. She joined the Jetty team in 2010. “Jeremy, (co-owner) Cory (Higgins) and everyone at Jetty have been amazingly supportive over the last three years,” said DeWitt. “They have an incredible company that values the community and environment. With events and fundraisers such as the Coquina Jam and Clam Jam throughout the year, they are giving back in a fun way. I am so proud to be a part of the Jetty family and can’t thank them enough for bringing me home for this event.” DeWitt currently lives in Florida, where she is bartending and surfing for Maui Nix in Daytona Beach and Orion Surfboards. Jetty has used her image in marketing campaigns and surf shop windows. “We surfed around her growing up here on LBI,” DeFilippis said. “She instantly makes an impact on the

or teenagers looking for something to do or friends to hang out with, The Swell at Grace Calvary Church is a teen center in Ship Bottom where young people can stop in anytime between 8 and 11 p.m. on Saturday nights in July and August. The nondenominational teen night unites local and visiting teens from sixth to 12th grades for a fun-filled night of games, prizes, music and snacks. The three-hour event is a comeand-go-as-you-please type gig. Feel free to mingle among game stations and tournaments, craft tables and henna tattoo “shops.” If you’re interested in a little competition, Foosball and Ping Pong tournaments will take place throughout the night. For those who are a little less competitive, join in a friendly Wii or Xbox 360 video game. Try your hand at some good, old-fashioned arts and crafts, or just come out for the relaxation and social aspects of the night! The snack shack will be open for business, offering candy, water, juice and chocolate milk. Prices range from 25 cents to $1. Snacks are sold at cost and do not benefit the church or youth center. New this year is a door prize that will be up for grabs for anyone who enters the building before the drawing is held, at 9 p.m. Prizes can include body boards, professional flying kites and gift certificates to local restaurants and surf shops. “We’ve tried to partner with local businesses by asking them to advertise for us,” said Youth Pastor Casey Ellis. “We put up posters, and in exchange they either donate or we buy gift certificates or merchandise from their businesses to give away as prizes here. So it draws families into local businesses, and we get advertising with them. We’re trying to establish partnerships, and so far it’s been really well received,” he

added happily. Ellis initiated The Swell when he moved to New Jersey four years ago and took the job as youth pastor at Grace Calvary Church. Having spent many of his summers with his dad, who was stationed in the military in Hawaii, he relied heavily on the community and friendships he found within the teen center on base – a memory that stuck when he moved to the East Coast and realized Long Beach Island didn’t always have a lot to offer young teens, especially without cost. “Working with teenagers here on the Island, that memory popped back into my head one afternoon during the summer, and I thought about what that might look like on Long Beach Island,” Ellis reminisced. “Seeing this influx of teenagers come to the Island and just observing what’s available for them here – there’s only so much to do, and most of it costs money. “The youth team here at the church thought that it might be a cool idea to use our building and our space for the community,” he continued. “We have weekly meetings with teens throughout the year, and we offer games and Ping Pong and Foosball and that kind of stuff, that they get to enjoy all year long. But I thought, ‘We have these things, and we have this space, so why not open it up to the community with all these teens that might be bored in the evenings, or may not want to go play another round of mini golf?’” he said with a laugh. For Ellis, this seemed like a call from God, something he is very familiar with. Ellis had originally planned on pursuing a computer career. But God redirected him, he said, and he soon found himself teaching English to elementary school children at a Christian school in Japan. Having worked with kids at different youth groups and summer camps,

Ellis knew he was meant to spread the word through teens, not to sit and stare at a computer screen all day. After returning from Japan, Ellis immediately enrolled in the Frontier School of the Bible in Wyoming. When he graduated a few years later, he asked God to lead him in the direction where he was meant to help people. That’s when he applied for and got the job working with teens at Grace Calvary Church. The Swell has become a big hit throughout the summer months. Ellis said more than 90 students showed up one night last year. He hopes this year’s teen center will interest just as many if not more youths, and he hopes to turn the third annual event into a fourth and fifth annual event. “That was pretty big for us because this has only been going on for three years, and our building isn’t that big,” said Ellis. “We don’t normally see those kinds of numbers of young people come through our doors, especially during the winter. So it was pretty surprising. I hope to see some local kids from the mainland come to LBI, too. Then we can continue to be an influence in their community throughout the year. “Primarily, most of our students who come for youth group during the fall and winter come from the Manahawkin-Barnegat area anyway. So we hope to have that same kind of impact (during the summer), but we haven’t done too much advertising on the mainland yet,” he added. Nights at The Swell always end with a prayer, but kids can opt out by just listening if they’re uncomfortable. For more information about The Swell or the church’s year-round youth group meetings, visit http:// www.gracecalvary.net/ or call 609494-7777. — Kelley Anne Essinger kelleyanne@thesandpaper.net

surf scene, grabs a shop sponsor and promotes Jetty to the fullest wherever she is. It's a no-brainer to fly one of the best female surfers on the East Coast home to partake in our all-female

surf contest.” DeWitt has great memories of LBI and wants to encourage the young girls who are in the shoes she wore in the 1990s.

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Continued from Page 39, Sec. 2 ing position. The top winner, determined by bar goers’ votes, was selected to work at The Upstairs bar. Cerbone’s bartending style is a reminder that the art of mixing and pouring a great shot or cocktail is only one aspect of the job. The rest is personality, likeability, attentiveness and flair, which makes the bar goer’s experience memorable. Here’s a quick trip into recent shot history: In vogue for a while were pitchers of Kamikaze and Red Death. Shots with cutesy, crass or suggestive names – Duck Fart, Buttery Nipple – which still seem to be popular among the “girls’ night out” set. In college, some of us played a game called “shots around the world,” where tables were set up around a room to represent different countries, featuring a shot of that origin. (Lemon drops in Russia, Jameson in Ireland, and so on.) Another fun – er, totally irresponsible – game was the “power hour,” wherein friends sit around with a timer and take one swallow of beer every minute, finishing a 12-ounce beer in about five swallows, meaning five beers gone in 60 minutes. The “social” is a way to bring a crowd together, where everyone just takes a big old swig at the same time.

“Body shots” are a young drinker’s fad, whereby a shot is removed, in one of any number of clever ways, from another person’s body. Jello shots still make an appearance now and again. The novelty of chewing a sweet, gelatinous blob with a hard alcohol taste makes for a fun party favor. And, of course, for those who make drinking akin to an Olympic event, there is the “ice luge,” which involves a large chunk of ice on an incline, with a narrow trough carved out, whereupon liquor is poured at the top and gets cooled as it travels down to the gaping gob waiting at the bottom. Newer trends include Jager bombs and cherry bombs, comprised of Jagermeister or cherry-flavored liquor surrounded by energy drink. Joe Pop’s Shore Bar in Ship Bottom (and other places, likely) carries special little “bomb cups,” designed to hold the shot in the center, separate from the Rock Star or Red Bull, as demonstrated by John Kimble, a Pop’s bartender of 14 years. After so many summers, Kimble said he enjoys the atmosphere of the Shore Bar, where shots are a staple of a carefree vacationer’s night out. “Nobody’s crying into their beer, here,” he said. A “pickleback” is another new trend, of downing a shot of whiskey (or whatever, really) with a pickle juice chaser. The pickle brine immediately neutralizes any taste that came before it. It’s like a magic trick – Buckle joked that pickle juice would disguise the taste of even battery acid.

A “car bomb,” also technically a boilermaker, is a draught beer with a shot dropped in it and then typically chugged, in a race with fellow drinkers. An Irish car bomb, specifically, is made with Guinness and Jameson. But variations include the Dr. Pepper, which combines any light pilsner and a shot of Jager. Now called “loaded beers,” the liquor is poured right into the beer and enjoyed slowly. At Joe Pop’s the salted, caramel-flavored Stoli vodka is a nice option. Or ask for a loaded Corona with either Bacardi O or Stoli O, for a citrus-y summer taste. Along those lines, Kimble said he also serves a lot of Shan-teas, which is a pint of Yards’ Summer Shanty with Seagram’s sweet tea vodka. That sweet tea vodka, made by several different labels, is showing up in all sorts of incarnations, mixed with lemonade, in shot form, or simply on the rocks with a lemon wedge. Hard ciders have also enjoyed their place – Woodchuck was big about 10 or 15 years ago, as was Mike’s Hard Lemonade – and they lend themselves to mixing with liquor. Angry Orchard cider with a shot of Goldschlager is a new favorite at Calloways in Staffordville. With eyes closed, it almost tastes like apple pie. *** The Terrace Tavern makes its own infused liquors for some memorable homemade shots, including watermelon and pineapple infusions made fresh, in-house. A Swedish Fish, for example, is a vodka shot, sweet and light pink

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Continued from Page 42, Sec. 2 returns to the family after a long absence with his new fiancée, Sonia (Genesis Rodriguez), and lots of money, Armando thinks their troubles are over – until he falls in love with Sonia, and Raul’s business dealings and drug money bring Onza into the picture. Then it’s showdown time. In Spanish, and directed by Matt Piedmont. This one is funnier than the Stooges, so we’ll wrangle three bags of popcorn for “Casa di mi Padre.” On the documentary side of things we have a wonderful new film called “Jiro Dreams of Sushi,” about 85-year-old Jiro Ono, who does nothing except prepare immaculate sushi in his restaurant, Sukiyabashi Jiro, in the basement of a Tokyo office building. When you watch Jiro work hard all day, every day, you realize how important a simple job is to a simple man. And that’s not meant to be condescending, but very existential. Jiro tries to groom his son Yoshikazu to eventually take over for him, but Yoshikazu has fears of his own, trying to measure up to his father and his father’s legacy. But all Jiro wants to do is make sushi, and he does it better than practically anyone else in the world, so we’ll cook up three bags of popcorn and some nice rice wine for “Jiro Dreams of Sushi.” One film that you’ll want to see, possibly again and again, is “Salmon Fishing in the Continued on Page 50, Sec. 2


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Continued from Page 48, Sec. 2 Yemen,” a bloody good yarn about a wealthy sheik who believes if a more pensive pastime like fly fishing could be brought to his country, perhaps the general mood of the people could change for the better. Trouble is, the country is largely desert, and introducing a fish like salmon there could possibly be madness. Or so thinks the British fisheries expert brought on to help the experiment work. This film is part nature story, part love story, part improbable story and all good-hearted. Plus, it’s directed by the great Swedish director Lasse Hallström. With Ewan McGregor, Emily Blunt, Kristin Scott Thomas, and Amr Waked as Sheikh Muhammed. We’ll introduce four bags of popcorn, and have on hand a plentiful box of Kleenex for “Salmon Fishing in the Yemen.” “Friends with Kids” is one of those movies you wonder how it ever got made, given the predictable script and the pedestrian acting. The story is simple: Two best friends, Julie (Jennifer Westfeldt) and Jason (Adam Scott), decide they’d like to have a kid but, being the platonic sort, they do not want to get tangled

up in a romantic relationship, thinking that a young child is a killer of romance. They have seen similar things happen to their friends who are married and have children. Then, of course, the best friends meet two potential mates of their own, and guess what will happen? Westfeldt also wrote and directed “Friends with Kids,” and perhaps the triple duty took away any spontaneity she should have infused her character with. Scott puts the “dead” in deadpan, as usual, but cannot seem to make his character come to life. So we’ll reserve one bag of popcorn for this film, where the two people probably should have stayed as friends. Forget the kids. A gaggle of other films new to DVD this week includes “Lockout,” about a man falsely accused of espionage by the government who is given a chance of freedom – if he agrees to travel to a maximum-security penal colony that orbits the Earth and rescue the U.S. president’s daughter, who has been taken hostage. Guy Pearce and Maggie Grace star. Another is “Silent House,” supposedly filmed in one long take, with Elizabeth Olsen as a girl who goes to a lake house with her father, ostensibly to pack up the house for selling it. While there, they come under attack, and they’re not sure why or from whom. There’s more to this one than meets the eye. “Meeting Evil” stars Samuel L. Jackson and Owen Wilson, the former a homicidal killer

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would we still fall in love? What if we had only one afternoon to spend at the end of the world, should we spend it together? Abel Ferrara directs this curious film, starring Willem Dafoe and Shanyn Leigh. What if we rented this film, would we like it? Maybe, maybe not. Coming new to Blu-ray are several television biggies. Kelsey Grammer’s “The Boss,” Season One, about a ruthless Chicago mayor, one of Grammer’s best performances; “Game of Thrones,” Season One, the HBO blockbuster from George R. R. Martin’s bestseller; and “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” Season One, as far as I know the only Star Trek television show at this point out on Blu-ray. The top five video rentals for the week, as tabulated by rental giant Redbox, are as follows: At number five, “Safe House,” the Denzel Washington/Ryan Reynolds CIA film; at number four, “21 Jump Street,” with Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill; at number three, “Wanderlust,” with Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston; at number two, “Lockout,” with Guy Pearce and Maggie Grace; and at number one (drum roll please), “Mirror, Mirror,” the Snow White story with Julia Roberts as the evil queen and Lily Collins as Snow. That’s it in the DVD world for this week. If you tire of the Olympics, which can happen since NBC is showing some 3 million hours or something (I think that’s a bit of an exaggeration), then latch onto one of the above recommendations to while away your time. Until beach volleyball comes on, that is. Ah, the competition … the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat.

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confirmed the long-term future of the foundation. I was thinking of closing up shop on the foundation, but Coquina 2011 re-energized me on the importance of such a grassroots foundation, and the local community inspired me more than they will ever know,” admitted Caldarella. “The Jetty team has been an incredible partner for us every step of the way by using its creative team for shirts, flyers, banners and most of all by introducing the youth in the community to the cause. They understand and deliver on the concept of giving back.” By expanding the event to 48 surfers Jetty aims to raise even more money for local families. “Giving back has always been one of the pillars that Jetty was built on, so the relationship just made sense and continues to grow every day,” said DeFilippis. Named for the “coquina” clam, a tiny, wedge-shaped mollusk with gorgeous yellow, pink, blue and mauve coloration, the event is generally more light-hearted than the Clam Jam. In addition to the charity element, it’s a fantastic chance to see women, most of whom don’t compete otherwise, show their skills. It’s also a coveted day off for many who are in the midst of busy summer work schedules. The Coquina Jam was originally held in Harvey Cedars but was moved to Long Beach Township the last two years after the Harvey Cedars beach replenishment project ruined the sandbars. Now it’s going back to the historic surfing beach at Hudson Avenue, where the wave quality has been variable thus far this summer. The borough has waived beach badge fees for the day. “We think the sandbar came back after that storm last week. Harvey Cedars is awesome to deal with,” said DeFilippis. “They are fully in support of what Jetty is doing for the community. They met with us months ago and stay in constant communication.” Surfers are asked to be at the beach by 9 a.m. The event begins at 10 a.m. The Youth Surf Clinic will be held around the best tides. Beverages, pizza, and cold clams on the half shell will be provided throughout the day by the Black Whale Bar and Fish House, Speakeasy Pizzeria and LBI Pancake House. There will also be a chance to win surfboards from Brian Wynn Surfboards and local Pine Knot Surfboards. There will be massages by Waves of Serenity all day and an appearance by Sprinkles the Clown. The day ends with a concert at adjacent Sunset Park at 6 p.m., featuring surf rock band The Brigantines. Registration for the Youth Surf Clinic will be held on the beach. The clinic is free and open to kids of all ages. Should the waves or weather not cooperate, the event’s alternate dates are Aug. 5, Aug. 25 or Aug. 26. Find more information at jettylife.com/community/coquina-jam. * joncoen@thesandpaper.net

Continued from Page 46, Sec. 2 summer. I haven’t been in New Jersey in the summer since I moved away nine years ago,” she shared. “When I was a kid, Lisa Andersen was the female surfer of that time. I definitely looked up to her. There weren’t a whole lot of girls surfing then, so I also looked to the girls I competed against. It’s different now; I surfed New Smyrna (Fla.) yesterday, and there were just as many girls out as guys. It’s great to see how far women’s surfing has come, especially the caliber of women on the World Tour.” The Coquina Jam has also become a celebration of the history of women surfing on LBI. Mary Frack of Barnegat and Barbara Conover of Waretown have both been surfing since the 1970s. They not only elicit some of the most enthusiastic support during the contest, but they have gotten some of the best waves in years past. Locals Allie Panetta of Ship Bottom; Deb Green, who splits time between LBI and Philadelphia; Anita Harrington of Beach Haven; and Carly Cappelluzzo of Bayville have had great success in the past. Sarah Dodds of Manahawkin won last year with teammate Serena Moberly of Montauk, N.Y. The winning team gets their names added to the beautifully hand-carved trophy made by Joel Dramis of Manahawkin and keep it until the next year. Jetty will be spreading the good will in other ways, too. Since the very first Coquina Jam, the event has been a fundraiser for aiding breast cancer patients. Originally the money was sent to an action sports-based group called Boarding for Breast Cancer. In 2011, Jetty decided to direct 100 percent of the profits to local David’s Dream & Believe Cancer Foundation, run by David Caldarella. “David was a lifeguard on 22nd Street in Ship Bottom where I grew up surfing,” said DeFilippis. “We lost touch, then reconnected three or four years ago, just before he was diagnosed with Stage IV cancer. After he beat it, he immediately started the foundation with the intent on giving back to people right here. He asked that I be on the board and took the role as treasurer.” In addition to the Coquina Jam, Caldarella and Jetty have teamed up to run “Crabbin for a Cure” with Mud City Crab House, and “Let the Good Times Bowl,” to raise nearly $20,000. DeFilippis has personally delivered some of the checks with Caldarella, who is speaking with representatives at Southern Ocean Medical Center in Manahawkin this week about possible recipients. “I’ve stated this fact since last year’s event and continue to believe it wholeheartedly: The positive vibes surrounding last year’s event not only changed the course of my life and focus, but


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I spent the fi rst day blocking in everything and hoping nothing would change. Sure enough, the next day I see the cloud of dust of a truck and the pickers arrived. They spent a few moments pretending to pose for me, but then I learned that they only pick the peaches that are ripe, they rotate through the orchard, and I was able to work with them. These are big peaches, the size of softballs.” Another of her paintings, depicting a storm coming over a field, was worked on quickly on site and then fi nished in the studio. Akre doesn’t take photographs to aide in her work but instead works from memory. “I’m a terrible photographer. Also, working from memory taps into my emotional responses.” For the landscape artist, “Wind and thunderstorms are bad, but otherwise, life is good,” said Akre. Frank DeSalvo, the husband of artist Sydney Drum, came from New York City to meet and greet the local art crowd. Drum’s mixed media of “Niagara Falls” combines oil painting with digital photography. “The hand-painted scene (on the right of the artwork) is very detailed, while the computer image, a manipulated image – the image doesn’t exist in real life – has been superimposed. It’s not just a standard photograph,” explained DeSalvo. Two smaller digital prints on canvas are also manipulated digitally. Eliza Auth from Wynnewood,

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SUMMER DAZE: (Clockwise from top left) ‘Breezes’ by artist Eliza Auth is an oil painting of the view from her deck in Ocean Gate. Kirsten Fischler combines pieces of found wood in a mathematical construct and then paints them using faux techniques. Color contrast is what attracted Joe Sweeney to paint ‘Guard at Cape May’ from life and photos. In ‘Agitation,’ artist Patricia Ingersoll deconstructs images and puts them back together in a grid. Pa. has a summer home in Ocean Gate, just ten minutes northwest of Barnegat Light – if we could soar like a sea gull across the bay. Some of her paintings are very familiar, scenes like “Osprey Nest on Barnegat Bay.” “I do use photos and work in the Continued on Page 58, Sec. 2


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‘Collateral Jammage’ Makes Impact On Local Music Scene, The Upstairs

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ith a striking leading lady and her sultry vocal skills, the funk-reggae-jam-rockfusion band Collateral Jammage has something extra special – singer Lexi Todd adds a feminine element of distinction from the typical allmale lineup. Plus, guitarist Greg Warren noted, a little sex appeal doesn’t hurt. “She’s a babe,” guitarist/drummer Ryan McShea agreed. “We have a ‘Most Beautiful Blond in the Band’ contest going on,” Warren joked, as three of the band members sat and chatted before the fi rst set on Friday night at The Upstairs at the Dutchman’s on Cedar Bonnet Island. Todd, sipping hot tea with honey to soothe her throat, rolled her eyes. “Yes – and Greg is the selfdesignated winner.” “Well, I’m also the judge” was his wry reply. The musicians are multi-instrumentalists who switch parts as needed and perform in different configurations. Greg Warren is always on guitar; Mike Warren, who was absent from Friday’s show, is usually the singer; McShea plays guitar but was fi lling in on drums in the absence of regular drummer Chris Cielaziwicz (McShea also briefly sat down at the old upright Stuyvesant piano to warm up with a snippet of “Tiny Dancer”). Todd sings, and Alex Rossini plays bass. About three years ago, Greg Warren explained, the mostly self-taught group started playing for tips on the sidewalk outside local stores and ice cream shops. Collateral Jammage had their fi rst gig at The Gateway last year. Some of the band members are Southern Regional High School graduates. Todd and Warren are from Manahawkin, while McShea

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SOULFUL ENSEMBLE: (Left) Multi-instrumentalist Ryan McShea fills in on drums in the absence of the band’s usual drummer, while bassist Alex Rossini churns out bass lines in his signature high-energy style. (Above) Guitarist Greg Warren and vocalist Lexi Todd battle it out for the title of ‘Most Beautiful Blond in the Band.’ and Cielaziwicz are from Manasquan. Three of the musicians are 21 and the other three are 24. Todd sang competitively in high school and was a member of an a capella ensemble. “We didn’t really know she had a voice until sixth grade,” her mom, Linda, said. The band’s experience thus far has taken them to Asbury Park, to be nurtured and learn from the original music scene up there. The response in Asbury has been encouraging, they said, in such venues as the Langosta

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in a few days. But while we’re talking groundswell, last Tuesday evening, July 24, might have had one of the most unusual wave events of the year. The past weekend’s swell was long gone and the wind was straight offshore. There was really nothing to pick the surf up. But despite all this, there was a sweet little pulse showing up at certain breaks. Where I checked in Surf City, there were perfectly sculpted waist- to chest-high peaks bowling left and right. It was surreal. And you either surfed it or you left the beach because the black flies in that west wind were about as bad as I’ve ever seen them. But if you looked at the swell models, there was a 2-foot swell running at 14 seconds. Surfline has become very good at tracking these events, and I wound up in a three-way e-mail conversation with Rick Huegi of Manahawkin and Kurt Korte, Surfline’s Atlantic Ocean forecaster. “This swell was generated in the South Atlantic off the coast of South Africa/Namibia around the 12th to 14th of July, not very strong winds but a large fetch of 30- to 35-knot winds, well directed towards us,” said Korte. “Nothing to get excited about as far as surf, but pretty cool to think how far that swell traveled to get here.” I like to call it the Great Namibia Swell of 2012, even if it’s just a novelty. It’s always good to be in a conversation with people who are more weather/swell nerds than I am. And if you caught it, it actually was something worth getting excited over. Strangely, and I had several people at several breaks who corroborated this – the pulse stopped all at once. It’s very peculiar. Then Huegi reported some of the longest 2-foot lefts down at his favorite South End spot on Wednesday morning. We had some fairly strong south winds on Thursday night, and with the buoys reading 5 feet at six seconds on Friday morning, we enjoyed a little knee- to chest-high swell. And by summertime standards, that’s not a bad little day. The wind did a little southwest flicker in the morning, which is never ideal, but eventually everything glassed off for the majority of the day. The weekend was fairly unspectacular. The forecasts don’t call for much on the immediate horizon, although there could be a bump for Thursday and Friday with variable winds. Once again, Island Surf & Sail ran an amazing Ladies Paddle Challenge last Friday night at Bayview Park in perfect weather (maybe a little sticky) and light winds. This is a fundraiser for charities Girls on the Run and Piece of the Puzzle. What folks might not know is that the IS&S crew held a special paddle in the morning for kids affected by autism. This year, there were 78 participants and two divisions, Elite and Recreational Class SUP. Of course, it’s a great time for both women

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BEACH BOYS: (From left) Ricky Webber, Domenico Randazzo, Tyler Volk and TJ Coon are friends as well as bandmates. The foursome of 13- and 14-year-olds has competed in ‘Amateur Night at the Apollo’ and hopes to make it big.

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oolside at the Sea Shell this weekend, a promising young band called Art of Play impressed the crowd. Just 13 and 14 years old, the four North Jersey boys are already on their way to making a name for themselves in music, using basement recording studio space to release a few original singles on iTunes this summer. Even with high school and college still in the future, the band has its sights set on stardom. The boys’ ultimate goal: “We’re trying to go mainstream,” lead singer-guitarist Domenico Randazzo said. To date, one of the band’s most unforgettable experiences was auditioning for “Amateur Night at the Appollo.” Art of Play took first place in the Stars of Tomorrow segment and performed in the Show Off round. Drummer Tyler Volk said it was exciting to be on a stage where famous people had been. The band assembled through school and parent connections. Volk also sings and raps, so he and Randazzo trade places on some songs. TJ Coon plays the bass and Ricky

Webber plays the keyboard. The band’s chemistry is based not on just playing music together but also hanging out as friends, Randazzo explained. All their parents are devoted supporters in every sense, providing equipment, marketing and audience presence, not to mention transportation to and from twice-weekly rehearsals and an average of three gigs a month. At least two of the boys get their musical inclination from a dad – Coon’s dad is a bass player and Randazzo’s dad plays drums and has the at-home recording space. “The parents are just the roadies,” said Tyler’s dad, Jeff. He added with a laugh that he is living out his rock star dreams through his son. Last year, Tyler had the opportunity to sit in on drums with Monte and the All Stars (now known as Richie and the All Stars), and this year Rob Monte (of Monte Entertainment) offered the band a spot in between sets during the afternoon performance of the band Nine Deeez Night. Monte’s Pool Party is a longstanding tradition at the Sea

Shell, famous for Monte emceeing from the first floor roof. Art of Play designs set lists based on what the audience wants to hear, be it Michael Jackson, the Beatles or more current hits, ever encouraged by a positive response. “The crowd really carries us,” Randazzo said. Saturday’s Sea Shell crowd, packed around the pool and utterly unbothered by the drizzling threat of an afternoon thunderstorm, heard “Billy Jean,” followed by “Livin’ on a Prayer,” with Monte as guest vocalist, and Eminem’s “Lose Yourself,” with Volk out front. As the young musicians continue to develop their skills, refine their sound and polish their look in preparation for the big time, one quality that already stands out is a confident stage presence – self-assurance beyond their years. “It comes with experience,” Randazzo said. To watch video clips and track the band’s progress, visit artofplaymusic.com. — Victoria Lassonde victorialassonde@thesandpaper.net

competing and the crowd watching. Jackie Sikemma won the Elite Class, followed by her twin sister, Lizzie Sikemma, and Caroline Unger in third. This is quite a feat for the sisters, considering Unger is basically untouchable in any race on local waters. Tara Todd, racing for her first time, won the Recreational Class with Jamie Baumiller in second and Kristy Davis taking third. The Sikemma twins owned the Fun (Doubles) Paddle as well, with Todd/Colleen Gaudioso in second and Baumiller/ Daniel Rawlings third. The Deakyne family and Jack Bushko do a fantastic job. More than $2,000 was raised for the causes. On Sunday, Jetty and Farias hosted a Wave Jet demo in Harvey Cedars. These boards may not be an option for most of us financially, but it is wild to feel a surfboard propel itself underneath you. And it’s battery powered, so no stinky fuel. I couldn’t believe how

early we were able to get into little onshore waves. Beach Patrol Capt. Randy Townsend spent a lot of time checking out the motorized rescue board. And West Creek carpenter/ board builder Randy Budd risked his salty soul reputation to cross-step the longboard. Purist or not, it was a good time. In a more irreverent event on Sunday night, Catch Surf came through LBI with the Get Wet Tour and Beater Board contest. These soft-top, mostly finless boards have completely swept the Island in the past couple years, to a point where a lot of kids would rather mess around on these craft than surfboards. And to the company’s credit, they do hold up pretty well. Sunday night coincided with a super high tide in Surf City and a 3-foot swell that translated into a massive shorebreak. Adjusting to the conditions, competitors were allowed to run at the surf skimboard style or

try to ride the waves. The warm-ups and contest are pure mayhem with kids hurling down the shoreline and the waves, getting air next to others dropping into shore pound. It was an entertaining brand of chaos with experienced skimmers and surfers, stoked 40-pound groms and everyone in between, just barely missing each other with Surf City’s Kyle Gronostajski in the water capturing the thrills and spills. “I just love bringing this event to Fifth Street,” said Farias’ Surf City store manager, Jonny Mosely, after the event. “We do these events up at the Ship Bottom store all summer, but there’s really a great community right here in Surf City. And the kids love it.” This year’s winner was Johnson Holloway, who scored himself a new Beater to take to the University of Wilmington, N.C. in September when he starts his freshman year. A Continued on Page 61, Sec. 2


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… at ShopRite, Manahawkin:

Man on cell phone: “You gotta remember I just got back from Afghanistan. You gotta work with me here, I’m still trying to figure this out.”

Brant Beach - Oversized oceanfront property with 100' water frontage. Restored vintage beach house with 5 bedrooms, 3 baths, gas heat, central a/c, large screened veranda & a big front yard. Property has CAFRA approval. Call David Cowles for details. $2,449,000.

Beach Haven Terrace - Own an authentic piece of LBI history! U.S. Life Saving Station #21. Beautifully renovated about 12 years ago. Located just 6 houses away from the beach on a 17,000 sq. ft. lot, the home boasts over 3,400 sq. ft. of living area, 12' ceilings, 5 bedrooms, family room, oversized garages and a 65' watch tower with panoramic views. Offered furnished at $2,750,000.

Beach Haven - Immaculate 10 bedroom oceanside home featuring covered wrap-around porch, dining deck, a detached 2 car garage, 90' x 100' lot size & the beach is just 5 houses away! $1,850,000.

Holgate - “Decked Out! - Like-new, completely re-built oceanfront home with 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths and 5 decks!! All new siding, fiberglass roof, decks, deck rails, windows, flooring, kitchen, bath vanities, sinks and commodes, heating and central air conditioning. Offered nicely furnished and “ready to go”! Summer rentals in place. $1,699,000.

Brant Beach - Very spacious renovated oceanfront beach house with 6 bedrooms, 5½ baths, family room, gas heat, central air, granite kitchen & a 2 car garage. Plenty of room for family & friends! Corner lot, plenty of parking, and beautiful ocean views! $2,495,000.

Loveladies Oceanfront - A dream come true! 7,000 sq. ft. of living area, a foundation of 168 pilings, double sized lot with 125' oceanfrontage, 4,000 sq. ft. of deck space, elevator & a wide protective sand dune, this unique 6 bedroom (4 en suite), beachfront estate is built to stand the test of time... $5,650,000.

Brant Beach Oceanfront - Stunning contemporary with views of the ocean from 3 large decks & almost every room. Open floor plan with spacious living & dining rooms, gourmet kitchen, large great room with wet bar & gas fireplace, 4 bedrooms (2 en suite), 2 car garage. Furnished, move-incondition. $2,200,000.

Brant Beach - Spacious townhouse located just 2 houses away from the beach! Great ocean views from main living area & deck! Home was built as a 4 bedroom home and converted to a 3 bedroom by owner. Can easily be returned to 4 bedroom status! Beautifully landscaped fenced yard with fountain and paver patio, 3 stop elevator, wood floors, granite kitchen, gas fireplace, 2 car garage and more. $925,000.

North Beach Haven - Beautiful custom built 5 bedroom home. Prime oceanblock location, 4th from the ocean with deeded walkway access to the beach. Spacious open floor plan and beautiful water views. Enormous deck off living area. Fully furnished & extremely well maintained. Outstanding rental history... $1,575,000

Holgate - Two like new side by side townhomes located just 6 houses away from the beach! Each home boasts 1,900 sq. ft. of living area, 3 large bedrooms, gourmet granite kitchen, hardwood floors, 2 zone hvac and roof deck with ocean & bay views! Very clean, move-in condition. East Unit - $679,900 | West Unit - $679,900

Beach Haven - Beautiful views - Country club living. Spacious 4 bedroom, 2 bath bayfront condo with boat slip, pool, resort-like setting at the shore. $795,000.

Loveladies Lagoonfront - Spotless 5 bedroom contemporary bay-view home with 140' of water frontage. The home & landscaped grounds are immaculate. Residence perfection! $1,995,000.

Beach Haven - Step back in time & take a look at this 8 bedroom Victorian home in the “Queen City”. This lovingly restored oceanside home offers plenty of room for the entire family & friends. Beautifully landscaped & offered furnished. $1,650,000.

Holgate - Nicely appointed 3 bedroom contemporary home featuring a family room, central a/c, gas fha, 3 fiberglass decks (1 rooftop) and beautiful views of the bay & ocean. Short walk to the marina or to the beach. $795,000.

The Dunes - Beautiful bayfront home & property located in one of LBI's most desirable areas. 5 bedrooms, 4½ baths, family room, fi replace, gas hwbb heat, central a/c, 2 car garage & riparian grant. $1,699,000.

Peahala Park - Very comfortable beachfront home with substantial views. This is one of the most reasonably priced oceanfront single family homes on LBI. Great opportunity to own an oceanfront home. $1,195,000.

Beach Haven - Very spacious bayfront townhouse with 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, family room and super bay views. This property has been recently renovated and is a must-see for any waterfront buyer! An expanded deck, beautiful new furnishings, pool, tennis court, clubhouse, and a boat slip are all included! $699,000.

Beach Haven - Classic contemporary home located just 6 houses away from the beach. 4 large bedrooms, 2½ baths, gas heat, central a/c, open living & dining rooms & fully furnished. $1,150,000.

… in Surf City:

Woman: “I like (the beach) at night. I mean, like, when it’s on its way to dark.” * Woman: “She’s in there all by herself and the TV ain’t workin’.” * Woman: “That’s a cute baby, for one day old. You know how sometimes newborns look busted.”

… at the Gateway, Ship Bottom:

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… at a house party in Harvey Cedars:

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Beach Haven Gardens - Spacious bayblock contemporary with 4 bedrooms, family room, gas heat, central a/c, lots of deck space including roof deck & bayviews. Great location. $729,000.

Beach Haven Terrace - Beautifully renovated oceanside beach house with covered front porch, new granite kitchen, new bathrooms, new gas heat and A/C, landscaping and much more. Very desirable Beach Haven Terrace location. Just 2 blocks to the beach & a short walk to restaurants, and conveniences. A must see home! $699,000.

… at the Terrace Tavern, Beach Haven Terrace:

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… at The Upstairs at the Dutchman’s:

Staffer 1: Yeah… we’re not friends. Staffer 2: Can we be Facebook friends? Staffer 3: Are we friends? * Man at the bar: “If the cost of not having snow in the winter is having more heat in the summer, bring it on.”

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LBIF Exhibit Continued from Page 52, Sec. 2 studio,â&#x20AC;? said Auth. Referencing her painting â&#x20AC;&#x153;Pond on Grindstone Island,â&#x20AC;? she said, â&#x20AC;&#x153;I like to paint places that are un-dramatic. This is one of those ponds in the Pine Barrens that comes and goes, depending on the cranberry bogs surrounding it. Sometimes it is full of water, with lilypads; sometimes it is dry, with weeds and stumps. I use photo references and then intensify the colors. I use thin layers of translucent paint mixed with Liquin (painting medium). Liquin helps it dry quickly.â&#x20AC;? Joe Sweeney from Ardmore, Pa. teaches plein air painting. His â&#x20AC;&#x153;Guard at Cape Mayâ&#x20AC;?

vibrates with color. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The red of the umbrella is agitating against the blue, richness of the sky, a sky that is clear and deep blue, like after a rainstorm when everything is washed from the atmosphere,â&#x20AC;? said Sweeney. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a really rich blue. People in the cities donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t get to see these colors but you do because you live here. The sun looked electric to me.â&#x20AC;? Sweeney gave up one of his secrets about painting the horizon line where ocean meets sky. â&#x20AC;&#x153;After I paint the horizon line, I go over it, back and forth, with a clean soft brush to blur it. It pushes the horizon back.â&#x20AC;? Sweeney also uses a neutral gray palette and primes his painting surface with a neutral gray, so as not to be blinded with a white canvas but also to get true colors. A previous business of ďŹ xing furniture,

preparing walls for murals and creating faux ďŹ nishes prepared Kirsten Fischler for her current art medium. Her paintings on reclaimed wood, gathered from the Philadelphia streets where she lives, are unique. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I am fascinated with materials and the physical aspect of making them,â&#x20AC;? said Fischler. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I blend the physicality of the painting with the image as I work through the process.â&#x20AC;? She also incorporates some of her faux ďŹ nish samples into smaller pieces, which one observer likened to Louise Nevelsonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s constructs of wood pieces. But Fischler says she has no room in her row house to go sculptural. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I like working in relief.â&#x20AC;? And unlike Nevelsonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s monotone works, Fischlerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s constructs are colorfully painted. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Studies in Seafoam IIâ&#x20AC;? is worked in turquoise,

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blues and greens with a swath of white sea foam. The work may have been inspired by Japanese woodcuts of the sea. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I worked in the Asian Department of the Philadelphia Museum of Art for three years, so thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s possible,â&#x20AC;? said Fischler. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I like the concept of construction/deconstruction; taking real subject matter, then abstracting it. I like the play between what occurs naturally and what is manmade.â&#x20AC;? For her constructs she likes to employ the Fibonacci sequence for the lengths of her wooden squares in the painting, a mathematical sequence used to create the golden spiral. (Gosh, Google it; I took art classes to get out of math!) Mary Wallman, also of Philadelphia, has a number of drawings in oil pastel of gardens. Wallmanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s work epitomizes one of the thoughts Mundheim had about high summer and the abundance of nature. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I like to paint in high contrast. So to do that, I put a dark blue behind the pastel,â&#x20AC;? said Wallman. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I like to work outdoors and from life, but all of these are studies from photographs. Four are from my motherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s garden and one is of a garden in Philadelphia at 52nd Street and Parkside. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It was the middle of July and very hot. I like to see what happens to colors around 7:30 p.m. in July and August. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s then that the roads seem to be blue and the colors of ďŹ&#x201A;owers in gardens get brighter right before the sun goes away. You can see it for yourself. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I think the scariest thing for an artist, and maybe the most attractive, is that you canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;get it.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; You really canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;get itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; â&#x20AC;&#x201C; the effect you are seeing. Especially in landscape, when there is so much to see, you have to step back and take what you want from it. In gardens and in ďŹ&#x201A;owers, there is always something more.â&#x20AC;? Also in this exhibit are the seaside paintings of David Ahlsted of Egg Harbor; the thick woods paintings of Johnson Hom (Mundheim said he paints these giant canvases on site, ďŹ&#x201A;icking the dabs of color all over, like the Impressionists); two wonderful acrylic abstracts by Patricia Ingersoll, who understands the beauty of leaving white space; four constructs of painted, crinkled paper plus a video of a trek through a wood by Winn Rae; exquisite, realistic watercolors of ďŹ&#x201A;owers by Delphine Poussant; and f lighty drawings of f lowers and happy, puffy things by Susan Ziegler, a Brooklyn artist who must have lovely dreams. With its lighthearted stance, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Aspects of Summerâ&#x20AC;? is sure to heighten the experience of the shore vacation for all who enter the Foundation. The exhibit is up through Aug. 20. Postscript: After the talk, landscape painter Mary Beth Akre said she had recently sold two large paintings to a new hospital in Princeton. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s been proven that viewing beautiful landscapes, particularly those that show deep space (a far horizon), are very calming and actually improve healing, that patients who have art or a nice view in their rooms leave the hospital a day earlier than those who are in a sterile environment.â&#x20AC;? If thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the case, well, perhaps thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s why people come to the shore seeking serenity. They sit on the beach, not just for the tan but also for that sea-meets-the-sky, far horizon. * patjohnson@thesandpaper.net

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OCEANFRONT Loveladies $5,200,000 Standing among the best homes ever built on LBI, the structure spans 92' along the beach allowing for all bedrooms, all living areas, pool & spa to front the ocean providing expansive surf and coastline views. Assembled by accomplished designers and craftsman using top end and custom components throughout with 5 bedrooms (3 suites), 4 full baths, 2 half baths, two story family room, library, great room with kitchen featured in design books, cherry floors, screen porch with grill center, enormous amount of oceanfront Ipe deck space, elevator, oversized garage, abundant parking, beautiful landscape, and more. The many accolades, such as CNBC’s Top Ten Coolest Beach Homes, bestowed on this home speak to its integrity and appeal. A well valued transaction.

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

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

LOVELADIES with BOAT SLIP In the “BOAT BASIN” neighborhood with a deep water boat slip, views down the main canal to the open bay, & easy ocean access! Light filled reverse living home with 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths, wrap around deck. $995,000

TOWNHOME - NORTH BEACH Located on an oceanside private lane with fantastic ocean views! 4 brs, 3.5 baths, family room w/ wet bar, granite kitchen with VIKING SS appliances, 2 car garage, elevator ready, ample parking, brick drive. $975,000

OCEANFRONT - HARVEY CEDARS Located on a private lane with 90' of ocean frontage and sweeping ocean views! Recently renovated with 5 brs, 3.5 baths, family room with comprehensive wet bar, fireplace, oceanfront hot tub, & more. $2,995,000

LAGOONFRONT - LOVELADIES Studio Tagland design with 4 brs, 4 full baths, soaring ceiling, private master suite w/ whirlpool, garage, central a/c. South facing to capture sunlight and breezes, 100' lagoon frontage, dock, and room for a pool. $995,000

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

BAYFRONT - LOVELADIES Expanded Harbor home with textured bay and sunset views overlooking protected wetlands, 7 bedrooms, 3 baths, family room, gas heat/central air, garage, sheltered boat dockage, & large heated in-ground pool. $1,990,000

LAGOONFRONT - HARVEY CEDARS High volume reverse living contemporary with architectural flair desirably located in High Point. 4 brs, 3 baths, huge family room, great room w/ wet bar & fireplace, expansive deck space, views down lagoon. $1,195,000

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

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

2nd from OCEAN - NORTH BEACH Located on a private lane just 2nd from the ocean with fantastic views! 5 bedrooms (2 suites), 4.5 baths, family room with wet bar, large decks, easy access roof deck, and room for a sunny side pool if desired. $1,399,000

LOVELADIES - PENINSULA Amazing 20,000 sq' peninsula site with more than 300' of bulkheaded water frontage and open bay views. Quintessential home provides 6 bedrooms, 4 full baths, huge screen porch, den, office, 2 car garage, and more. $2,295,000

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

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

BAYFRONT - LOVELADIES Sandy Island Drive bayfront with 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, family room, screen porch, newer granite kitchen, hot tub, heated in-ground pool, unique earth filled dock with pergola, and room for expansion. $2,495,000

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ames Madison, Princeton class of 1771, is often called “the father of the Bill of Rights,” the keystone of which is today’s First Amendment, guaranteeing the freedom of speech, press and religion. But it’s interesting to see how his followers and the political party he founded reacted when the press and the people criticized Madison’s policies. On June 20, 1812, the Federal–Republican, a Baltimore newspaper run by 26-year-old Alexander Hanson, hit the streets. According to Richard Hildreth’s History of the United States, “This paper, in announcing the declaration of war, announced also, in terms moderate but firm, a fixed determination to continue to speak with the same freedom as before. This was on Saturday. The following Monday evening, a mob, headed by a French apothecary, and unopposed by the city magistrates, of whom several were present, but only two of whom used a few words of dissuasion, completely demolished the office of that paper, with its types and presses, obliging Hanson’s partner, who resided in the city, to fly for his life, the mob insolently searching several dwellinghouses in pursuit of him. “Encouraged by this success, the mob reassembled the next night, and in pursuit of another obnoxious individual, they assaulted and searched another private dwelling; after which they proceeded to the docks, and dismantled several vessels lawfully bound to sea. … Their patriotic fury next found vent in burning down the house of a free colored man, charged with having spoken in friendly terms of the British nation. They were about setting fire to an African church, when the appearance of a company of horse, called out for that purpose, checked and dispersed them.” After word of the riot reached Washington, D.C., Madison’s supporters in the U.S. Senate passed a resolution on June 26 stating, “The rightful authority has decreed. Opposition must cease: He that is not for his country is against it.” They called for vigilante actions similar to those seen in the French Revolution. “Let the constituted authorities be aided by the patriotic efforts of individuals; let the friends of government rally under committees of public safety, in each town, district and plantation; let a common centre be formed by a committee in each county.” For the next several weeks, Hanson published his newspaper in Georgetown, Md., but always planned to return to Baltimore. Near the end of July, he made his move. Hildreth explains, “Hanson and his friends had not taken this hazardous step without counting the cost. They expected that the office would be again attacked; they knew that nothing was to be hoped in the way of protection from the city authorities. … It was supposed, however, that if the first onset of the mob could be repulsed, the magistrates, from very shame, would find themselves obliged to preserve the peace, and that, the right of publication once vindicated, it would not be likely to be again interrupted. Under this idea, a regular plan of defense, on military principles, had been drawn up by General Henry Lee, distinguished as a partisan officer in the Revolutionary War, afterward governor of Virginia, commander of the army which had marched against the whisky rebels, the intimate personal friend, and, by the appointment of Congress, the funeral eulogist of Washington. Not content with furnishing the plan, Lee had volunteered to superintend the execution of it. He was joined by General Lingan, another revolutionary soldier, and by some twenty other friends of Hanson, some from the country, others from the city, well-armed, and provided with provisions, the doors and windows having been barricaded, and everything prepared to stand a siege.” John Nerone, in his book Violence Against the Press, picks up the story. “The mob did not disappoint them. Reacting quickly to the paper – which featured a long

florid editorial scoring the city’s leaders for their inaction in June’s rioting – a crowd began to gather in the street outside the rented house. Meanwhile, twenty or thirty men had gathered inside the house, determined to defend it. As evening fell, the crowd grew more hostile, throwing rocks at the building, allegedly in anger after a carriage delivered a load of muskets to the house. Then two shots were fired from an upstairs window – the rifles were loaded with blank cartridges, as it turned out. The crowd fell back, then surged forward, threatening to break in; the defenders fired a volley into the crowd, wounding several men, one fatally. “Now the riot turned into siege. Some of the rioters armed themselves and fired back at the house; one of the defenders shot and killed Dr. Thadeus Gale, a leader of the mob who was within a few yards of the house. And then the mob procured a cannon and aimed it at the front door.” The mayor of Baltimore, a strong Madison supporter, and several other city officials had stood by and watched the mob, which was now estimated at 2,000 to 5,000 and armed with cannon. According to John McMaster of the University of Pennsylvania, they had gone too far. “The Mayor and the commander of the militia effected a compromise. The garrison were to surrender. The mob were to do no further harm to life or property. The terms were accepted.” Survivors inside the house later swore under oath. “The Mayor and General Stricker then declared their own inability to protect the party in the house while there, and proposed that they should surrender themselves into the hands of the civil authority, and be taken to the public jail as a place of safety, promising an effectual escort on the way, to be composed of Mr. Hanson’s own friends, in town if he pleased, and also an effectual guard at the jail till they could be released on bail. “To this many of the party, particularly Mr. Hanson, strongly objected. He was indignant at the proposal to go to jail – ‘to jail’ said he, ‘for what? For protecting my person and property against a Mob who assailed both for three hours without being fired upon when he could have killed numbers of them; it is your duty to disperse the Mob, and if you cannot disperse them, you cannot protect us to jail or after we are in jail.’” Hanson at first refused, then finally turned himself and the others over to the authorities. John Thompson, one of Hanson’s followers, testified, “We left the house and went under the care and custody of the Mayor, who preceded us, and we were placed between two lines of infantry, consisting as it appeared of about fifty militia, and about twenty dragoons mounted advanced before us to the gaol; General Stricker marched on foot with the infantry, and an immense concourse of people were in the streets, some of whom went along, and we were abused in the most opprobrious language; some stones were thrown with violence at us, one struck Mr. Kilgore and cut him badly in the forehead, and another struck Mr. H. Bigelow, and nearly knocked him down. The distance from Hanson’s house to the gaol was about one mile. “At our arrival at the gaol door and as we entered it, several of us were struck by some of the Mob whom we found there. Being delivered into the custody of John H. Bentley, the gaoler, sometime in the forenoon, we were put in a room in the common criminal department, where we remained the rest of the day.” But on the way to the jail, they also heard, “It is only a short delay, for we shall take them out of the jail tonight and put them to death.” Hanson and the other antiwar critics of Madison were now to be protected by members of the political party they had criticized. The question would always be do you support and defend the Constitution or your political party? * Next Week: They pour hot wax in his eyes! tpfcjf@comcast.net


no longer doubting, can we agree this is really happening? Since NASA just discovered a record icemelt in Greenland as well, perhaps now we can start thinking about actually curtailing our actions. This was first bought to our attention how long ago? On behalf of future generations, I would like to thank the global warming “skeptics” for delaying humanity’s reaction for 40 years. Simply brilliant. If you haven’t gotten word, the firsT potential date for the Jetty Coquina Jam is this Saturday, Aug. 4. This event has become a favorite for the community each year. Read the entire feature

in this issue. Should the waves and weather not cooperate, Jetty might run the event on Sunday or potentially Aug. 25 or Aug. 26. The Alliance for a Living Ocean LBI Longboard Classic is slated for Aug. 18. I definitely recommend this event for lovers of surfing history. All the boards ridden are 1960s-era craft, and even if you’re not competing, you should see the way guys throw these logs around. Each week, we get a little closer to the peak of hurricane season. Let’s hope the wind shear stays light, the water temp stays high, and we get back the physically fit Canotre we all know. * joncoen@thesandpaper.net

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Continued from Page 56, Sec. 2 2011 winner, Max Gaudioso aired his way to second place. When I say this is a very relaxed contest, what I mean is that a girl whose name no one seemed to know took third, showing up many of her male counterparts by actually standing up on some menacing waves on her backhand. Island ace Conor Willem let the little kids have most of the limelight and finished in fourth, followed by a shivering 5-year-old Ryan Todd, or “Supergrom,” according to the contest directors. Ryan’s little brother was the tiny fellow walking the shoreline offering everyone Hershey’s Chocolate Kisses during the event (including competitors in the middle of their heats). Sixth place went to a young man named Scott, identified only by his striped Quiksilver trunks. The Catch Surf crew also announced that they are making Surf City’s Mitchell Gaudioso an official team rider. Big week in that household. This week I was alerted to some trouble in paradise as surfers were kicked out of a favorite Holgate break. Normally, I don’t even like talking about this spot for its own sake, but it has to be addressed. I first got inquiries from a few surfers who had heard rumors. Then Barb Conover of Waretown surfed an early session and then watched two surfers get ejected from the line-up. Then she was told by Long Beach Township lifeguards that surfing is banned there from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. during the summer. The story I got from “Aloha” Ric Anastasi, who is involved with all things on the South End between his work with the fire company and surfing, is that three non-locals were messing about above the mean high tide line in the Forsythe Refuge south of Holgate. This is nesting season for the piping plover and the entire refuge is off-limits from April 1 through Aug. 31. Apparently, these numbnuts had surfboards, which eventually brought the heat down on surfers in general, particularly the ones who have surfed here for years without incident. Anastasi and I both know the Fish and Wildlife staff who patrol the Forsythe Refuge, and they are reasonable fellas. Then I spoke with Long Beach Township Beach Patrol Supervisor Don Myers, who explained that this was merely a bump in the road for this summer. Apparently, the area south of this jetty had been off-limits and some surfers were encroaching into the adjacent swimming beach to the north. By opening the jetty, they have remedied the problem. “Ninety-nine percent of people down here in the summer know and abide by the rules. Then there are a few people who can’t. We don't want to take away the rights of surfers because of a few bad apples. I think most of the surfers realize what they have and eventually apply peer pressure on the ones that don’t get it. They mostly police themselves. But you can surf that jetty now” he assured me. Keep in mind that this was only a 10 a.m.to-5 p.m. problem. But it sounds like it has been remedied. Just don’t paddle around that jetty to get to your spot. In another month, it won’t even be an issue. I like to keep readers abreast of environmental news of a local nature, but this bit is more encompassing. Recently, there was a thorough study done by BEST (Berkeley Earth Surface Temperature) on whether global warming is affected by human actions. It was funded by the big oil interests of the Koch Brothers (Koch Industries.) From what I’ve read about these guys, they are basically the villains behind the mask in every Scooby Doo episode – except that each one is worth about $25 billion (yes, billion) and as many times as they get caught by “those meddling kids,” they still do whatever they want. And that includes giving tens of millions of dollars to politicians who will support their industries. Say what you want about Al Gore as a V.P., but he was warning us about our atmospheric follies in the late 1970s. And here’s a little history: The first to coin the term “global warming” was Wally Broecker. He’s an 80-year-old great-grandfather from New Jersey. And although Broecker has shied away from the politics involved, his data pointed to the current warming trend back in the ’60s. And as we know living on a barrier island, that means sea levels are rising, too.

The study’s director was Richard Muller, one of the few scientists who don’t believe our fossil fuel usage contributes to the proven warming of the earth. This week, the study made headlines because Muller comes out the other end saying he’s “converted” to a believer. He has seen the data, and even though the Koch gang is helping put caviar on his marble table, he now believes that we are the cause of global warming. No matter your stance, it all sounds a bit out there. I’m not sure many sane people really need convincing that every time we fill up our gas tanks, we are contributing to global warming. But now that the guys who are paid to doubt are

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