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Replicants 3:30-7:30pm

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

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

Sunday August 26th

Monday August 27th

Tuesday August 28th

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Entire Menu Available for Take-Out

In The Restaurant Weekly Specials Specials Start Tuesday 8/7

Starter:

Main Courses:

Jersey Tomato and Fresh Mozzarella Salad Fresh basil, extra virgin olive oil, balsamic vinegar

Grilled Marinated Mahi Mahi Refried pinto beans, roasted tomato and tomatillo salsas Char Grilled Black Angus Flat Iron Steak Dessert: Roasted garlic steak potatoes, red wine sauce Mocha Truffle Torte South African Lobster Tail Francaise Layers of cheesecake, chocolate, butter cream and ganache Jumbo lump crab meat, baby arugula, white wine sauce The Restaurant & Bar Open Daily Mon. - Sun. from 5pm Early Birds 5-6pm • Except Saturdays & Holidays • Reservations Suggested

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SAND BAR ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY 8/24 - Dan Brown Duo 3-7pm SATURDAY 8/25 - Glenn Koots 3-7pm

Dark and Stormy Drink Specials and Giveaways 4-6pm

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

The Sushi Bar

SUNDAY 8/26 -Face Down 3-7pm MONDAY 8/27 - AJ Stone 3-7pm TUESDAY 8/28 - Chris Gustelli 3-7pm WEDNESDAY 8/29 - 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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Every Tuesday

College ll Ni Night 21+ No College ID Required.

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“THE LOST TRAILERS” $15 tix can be purchased at www.joepops.com 3 Time ACM nominated with hit singles “Underdog”, “Holler Back” and “How ‘Bout You Don’t” Doors Open at 7 pm. Opening act at 8pm • 21+ Event

Labor Day Weekend Line-Up

Sunday

Friday 8/31 • Screaming Broccolli Saturday 9/1 • The Benjamins Sunday 9/2 • The Nerds

Chris Thomas FROZEN HAPPY HOUR Mon. - Fri. 3-7pm $4

Country recording Artists

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Frozen Drink Special, Changes Daily

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

HAPPY HOUR EVERYDAY 3pm - 7pm

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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”

DINE INDOORS OR UNDER THE STARS

ALWAYS BRING YOUR OWN BOTTLE

EXPERIENCED ATTENTIVE WAIT - STAFF

AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT

UNIQUE EXOTIC PIZZAS & PASTAS “SIGNATURE” MOZZARELLA DISHES WHERE EVERY MEAL IS A “PRESENTATION”

“ATKINS FRIENDLY” LOW CARB PLATTERS GLUTEN FREE MENU AN ALL SENSORY DINING EXPERIENCE

DELIVERY AVAILABLE

STOP FOR A MENU “Running Our Restaurant is no Big Thing. It’s a Thousand Little Things.”

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

SEAFOOD MARKET CLAM BAR 33

WILD CANADIAN HARD SHELL LOBSTERS Live or Steamed

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

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N.E. Style Whole Belly Fried Clams

Chef’s Specials Surf & Turf Sandwich

Gateway Bar & Restaurant............................. 8

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

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

Beach Haven Fishery ................................... 17

Howard’s Restaurant .................................... 30

Bistro 14........................................................ 23

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

Black Dog Cafe ........................................... 23

Joey’s Pizza .................................................. 30

The Boathouse Restaurant...................... 18, 30

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

Boulevard Clams............................................ 6

Kubel’s Too ................................................... 15

Breeze’s Bar & Grill ....................................... 11

The Lobster Claw .................................... 22, 31

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

M&M Steam Bar ........................................... 36

Buckalews Restaurant & Bar ......................... 10

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

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

Nardi’s Tavern .................................... 7, 27, 39

Calabria Ristorante ...................................... 29

Pearl Street Market ....................................... 25

California Grill & Pizza .................................. 19

Pinky’s Shrimp......................................... 12, 25

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

Plantation ....................................................... 8

Carmenucci’s .............................................. 29

Sea Shell Club .......................................... 2, 37

Chicken or The Egg................................ 23, 35

Spray Beach Inn........................................... 13

Chowder Hut ................................................ 25

Stefano’s Restaurant .................................... 19

Daddy O’s Restaurant .................................... 9

Subbogies .................................................... 15

Dutchman’s Brauhaus .................................. 16

Surf City Hotel........................................... 9, 20

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

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

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

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

The Gables................................................... 37

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

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

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

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

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

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

Nardi’s Tavern .................................... 7, 27, 39

Daddy O’s Restaurant .................................... 9

Plantation ....................................................... 8

Dutchman’s Brauhaus .................................. 16

Sea Shell Club .......................................... 2, 37

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

Surf City Hotel........................................... 9, 20

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

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

Gateway Bar & Restaurant............................. 8

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

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

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Bamboo Beach Asian Restaurant ................ 21

clubs + entertainment

RESTAURANT TAKE-OUT

REALLY, REALLY BIG STEAMED CRABS

restaurants

Fried Triple Tails

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!

Super Buckets

Rick’s American Café Restaurant & Bar

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

FREE ATM (details inside)

NJ CERTIFIED CLAM DEALER #NJ12SS

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

Friend Us on Facebook

Fri Nite Coors Light Buckets Wed. Night Yuengling Bottles

4th & Broadway Barnegat Light

494-8482

OPEN DAILY 3PM SAT. & SUN. NOON

LITE MENFARE U AUG. 24TH SAT. AUG. 25TH “THE DANKSTERS” “PSYCHEDELIC EGGPLANT” $3 YUENGLINGS & $3 COORS LIGHT $3 BUD & BUD LIGHT 10PM TO CLOSE 10PM TO CLOSE TAKE OUT 494-8482 COMING: 9/1-NO DISCIPLINE 9/2-THE JOHN MCNUTT BAND OUR PY H-FRI. HAPO . M N M 3-6P FRI.

OPEN DAILY • DAILY BLACKBOARD SPECIALS

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LIVE HAPPY HOUR & EVENING ENTERTAINMENT Happy Hour Happy Hour Bands

Thursday August 23rd

3-5pm Daily Thursday August 23rd

5pm Pasta & Sinatra

¼ MILE TRACK

Friday August 24th

5pm Elvis Show Saturday August 25th

5pm Face Down Sunday August 26th

5pm Dave Christopher Band Monday August 27th

5pm Weird Owl Karaoke Face Painting with Freckles

KIDDIE GO KARTS

Tuesday August 28th

Restaurant • Bar

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

609-978-0220

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

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

Sunday August 26th

10pm Richie & The All Stars $2.50 Bud Light Bottles Monday August 27th

10pm 70’s Night $2.50 Bud Light Bottles Tuesday August 28th

10pm Liquid A

$2.50 Bud Light Bottles Wednesday August 29th

Wednesday August 29th

10pm Rock Lobsters

Face Painting with Freckles

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

5pm Weird Owl Karaoke

Bombs Away Wednesday

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10pm Animal House

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CHUCK MILLER & BILLY WALTON

WEDNESDAYS • 9

Friday August 24th

10pm Rock Lobsters

MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS

SATURDAY, AUGUST 25

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$2.50 Coors Light Bottles

Tues.

5-8 PM - DAVE JONES 9-1 AM - BROTHER PETE

MONDAYS • 9

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10pm Love Puppies

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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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Open for Lunch and Dinner 7 Days A Week

OPEN TH MARCH 15

Happy Hour Daily 4-7 at the bar

Serving Lunch and Dinner Every Day

Live Entertainment Wed: Post Concert in the Party w/ The Danksters @ 9 Thurs: Ted Hammock @ 9 Fri: Dan Barrone @ 10 Sat: Brian Parr @ 10 Sun: Dylan Manfredi @ 9

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

TUCKERS

Celebrating Our 20th Season

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.

EVERYDAY Happy Hour 4-6pm Serving Food Daily Noon-10pm Take Out, Kids & Late Night Menu

Outdoor Patio Dining with Great Bay Views Engleside & the Bay • Beach Haven • 492-2300 •

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LBI CHO W DERFEST WINNER Award winning pints, quarts & Bread Bowls available to go.

8 YEARS ENTERED - 8 YEARS WON

SUSHI Finest Sushi Bar on LBI Eat-In or Take-Out by

Live Music Thurs. Aug. 23rd • 8pm-12am

DAN BROWN $3 Miller Lite Pints $3

Sun. Aug. 24th • 4pm - 8pm

JASON BOOTH $4 Dos XX Pints $4

Weird Al Karaoke “THE BEST KARAOKE” Friday 8pm - 12am Saturday 8-12am Tuesday 8pm -12am Yuengling Pints $3 (Tues. Eve.)

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

Adult Writers Group Meets, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) All are welcome. Tues., 1-3 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Aerobics Classes, Ship Bottom Firehouse, 21st St. & Central Ave. Classes include Zumba, Tobata boxing, Pilates and more. All equipment is provided. Participants should bring a towel. 8, 9 & 10 am, through Labor Day. See class schedule on a sign in front of the firehouse. Call 609-494-1601. Aerobics/Group Fitness Classes, Zion Lutheran Church, 18th St. & Central Ave., Barnegat Light. Zumba, Piloxing, step, cardio & cut and TABATA boot camp are offered in an air-conditioned facility. Steps and equipment are provided. Mon.-Sat., 8 am, through Sept. 3. Additional Zumba class, Sat., 9:15 am. Fees: each class, $15; 10 classes, $130. Call Allison at 609-713-6914. Antiques Dealers Sought for Clamtown Antiques Flea Market, Tip Seaman County Park, Rte. 9 & Lakeside Drive, Tuckerton (609-294-1547) The Tuckerton Historical Society sponsors the event, Sept. 8, featuring more than 100 dealers. 8 am-4 pm. Rain date, Sept. 9 or 15. Vendor space, 20 feet by 20 feet, $45. Dealers may apply at tuckertonhistoricalsociety. org, e-mail tuckertonhistoricalsociety@gmail.com or call 609-296-2584. Arthritis Foundation Tai Chi Advanced Program, Ocean Acres Community Center, 489 Nautilus Drive, Manahawkin. The 6-week program is appropriate for all ages. Fee, $30. Wed., 9-10 am. Registration is required; call 800-560-9990. Beach Yoga & More, 26th St. beach, Spray Beach (609-492-4906) All levels and ages are welcome. Participants should bring big towels and water and wear sunscreen and sunglasses. Donation only. Core strengthening, Fri.-Mon., 7:15 am; beach yoga, Fri.Tues., 8:30 am; Bayview yoga, Tues.-Thurs., 9 am; yoga, Fri. only, 6 pm. Bingo, American Legion John Wesley Taylor Post #232, 499 North Main St. (Rte. 9), Barnegat (609-6988632) Mon. Doors open, 5:30 pm; calling begins, 7 pm. Bird & Nature Walks, Meet at Visitor Information Center, Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge, Great Creek Rd., Oceanville (609-652-1665 or http://forsythe. fws.gov.) Naturalists lead the walks. Fri., 8-10 am. Clam Shucking Classes, Boulevard Clams, 20th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Surf City (609-494-9494) Participants should bring a shucking knife. Tues., 9:30 am. Crafters Wanted, Stafford Twp. Firehouse, 133 Stafford Ave., Manahawkin. The Ladies Auxiliary of the fire company hosts a show Oct. 27, 10 am-3 pm, rain or shine. All crafts must be handmade. Vendor space, $25: inside table or space, 3 feet by 8 feet; outside space, 10 feet by 10 feet. Call Deborah at 609-698-3041. Dead Sea Scrolls Trip, The United Methodist Men of LBI host the event Sept. 19. Cost, $62, includes transportation and admission. 10:30 am-6 pm. To register, Make check payable to Home Town Travel. A minimum number of participants is required; call D’na at 609-492-9843. Dover Downs Hotel & Casino, Deborah Hospital Foundation LBI Chapter sponsors a trip Sept. 5-6. Call Vince O’Mara at 609-660-7541. “Down by the Bay” Day Camp, Harvey Cedars Bible Conference, 12 Cedars Ave. (609-494-5689) The camp is for ages 7-12. Call to register. Aug. 20-24, “Push the Rock” sports camp includes basketball, Frisbee and soccer. Fees: $125 per week or $35 per day. Aug. 2731, arts camp includes drawing, sketching and jewelry making. Fees: $100 per week or $25 per day.

Tides AUGUST Daylight Saving Time LOW HIGH Date AM PM AM PM 23 6:29 7:22 12:19 12:58 24 7:30 8:34 1:19 1:56 25 8:44 9:45 2:21 2:57 26 9:55 10:49 3:26 4:01 27 10:59 11:45 4:34 5:06 28 11:57 — 5:39 6:06 29 12:36 12:50 6:37 6:59 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 31

New Moon September 15

First Quarter Last Quarter August 24 September 8 *Moonrise, 7:14 pm

The Sun August 23 August 27

6:17 6:21

7:35 7:34

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 August. Activities for children ages up to 10, 2-3:30 pm; children younger than 5 must be accompanied by an adult. Family Water Sport Fun Days, Bayview Park, 68th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach (www.longbeachtownship.com) Island Surf & Sail presents inwater instruction, demonstrations, races and contests. All activities are free. Fri., 6 pm. Fitness Programs, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609494-1241 or www.lbifoundation.org) Continuing programs include yoga, Pilates and Zumba. Ghost Tours of Beach Haven, Meet at LBI Historical Museum, Engleside & Beach aves., Beach Haven. Comfortable walking shoes are recommended for these “haunted” walking tours. Tickets: adult, $15; child younger than 12, $8; includes museum admission. A portion of the proceeds benefits the museum. Tues. & Wed., 7 pm, through Aug. 29. Rain cancels. Reservations are required before 6 pm; call 609-709-1425. Golf Tournament, Sea Oaks Country Club, 99 Golf View Drive, Little Egg Harbor Twp. The Beach Haven Exchange Club hosts the Bob Turanski Memorial Tournament, scramble format (best ball), Sept. 10. Shotgun start, 1 pm; deluxe barbecue follows. Cost, $125, includes greens fees, cart and barbecue. To sign up, call 609-492-4298 or 609-709-1132. LBI Chapter Deborah Hospital Foundation Dinner, Scojo’s, Tuckerton Seaport, Rte. 9, Tuckerton, Sept. 10. Cost, $20, includes full dinner of BBQ ribs or baked or fried chicken. Two seatings, 5 & 7 pm. Call 609-660-7541.


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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

16 oz. Slow Roasted Prime Rib $

1995... with choice of Soup of Day

or Salad (Not included with Early Bird Offer) KARAOKE THURSDAY Children are welcome to join in Karaoke 8pm - 10pm... After 10pm Karaoke will be for adults only!

SHAY MAC SATURDAY - 7PM A wide selection of Irish and American tunes! PSYCHIC WEDNESDAYS - 6PM

Palm & Tarot Card Readings by Lisa Tells Past, Present & Future

16th & Long Beach Blvd., Surf City • 494-5776 OPEN EVERY DAY • SUN-FRI 2PM, SAT 12 NOON

Wicked Wednesday

WEDNESDAY August 22nd 10PM

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Jason Booth

THURSDAY August 23rd 8PM NO COVER

Mike Byrne FRIDAY August 24th 10PM

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SATURDAY August 25th 10PM

No Discipline

$1 Shots $1 Coors Light Draft $3 Bud Light Bottles

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HAPPY HOUR - AT THE BAR

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Restaurant & Pub


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

Happy Hour Specials

Open 7 Days

Clams ........... 60¢

Happy Hour Mon - Fri 3-6 PM

Oysters ........... $1

Tuna Spring Rolls Clams Peppercino

20 Steamed Shrimp ............ $6 10 Wings .......... $5 Calamari ......... $4

Fresh & Local Everyday Open Daily for Lunch 11:30am

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

609-492-0025

Lunch 11:30am

Mah Jongg, Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-597-3381) Some previous experience is required. Players are asked to bring their current-year game card. Fri., 1-4 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Mah Jongg/Bridge/Canasta, Jewish Community Center of LBI, 24th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Spray Beach (609-492-4090 or www.jccoflbi.org) All are welcome. Wed., 12:30-4 pm. Ocean County Retired Educators Assn. Sponsors Trips, Contact Betty at 609-201-0038 or langbi@ verizon.net. Prague and the Danube, Sept. 18-Oct. 1 or 4; Finger Lakes Region, Oct. 22-25; Lancaster & Hershey, Dec. 5-6. 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. Southern Regional Adult School Hosts Trips, (609597-9481, ext. 4410) San Gennaro Festival in New York, Sept. 22; cost, $30, includes transportation only. Christmas shopping in New York, Dec. 1; cost, $30, includes transportation only. Thursday Bay Days, Bayview Park, 68th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach (www.longbeachtownship. com) ReClam the Bay program, 10 am; water seining with Alliance for a Living Ocean, 11 am; recycling education and kayak demonstration, noon; stories by the bay with the NJ Maritime History Museum, 6:30 pm. All activities are free. Trip to Charleston & Savannah, Knights of Columbus Annunciation Council #3826 hosts the trip Sept. 22-28. Cost, $699, includes transportation, hotel accommodations, some meals, guided tours of the cities, a cruise and tour of Fort Sumter. Call Charles Serwin at 609-978-0970. Trip to Ireland, Knights of Columbus Annunciation Council #3826 hosts the trip, accompanied by Msgr. Ken Tuzeneu of St. Mary’s Parish, Oct. 11-20. Call Charles Serwin at 609-978-0970. Trip to Portugal, Deborah Hospital Foundation LBI Chapter sponsors a trip to the Estoril coast, Azores and Madeira Islands Nov. 2-17. Call Vince O’Mara at 609-660-7541. Trip to Lake George & Saratoga Springs, The South Bay Seniors Assn. sponsors a trip Sept. 25-27 featuring a dinner show, tour, horse racing and more. Call Bruce Tuttle at 609-949-9499 or 908-403-2532. Trip to Saratoga & Lake George, Deborah Hospital Foundation LBI Chapter sponsors a trip Oct. 16-18. Call Vince O’Mara at 609-660-7541. Tuesdays in the Township, Bayview Park, 68th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach (www.longbeachtownship.com) ReShell the Bay, 10 am; concert, 7 pm. All activities are free. Free parking is available. Walking Tours of Historic Beach Haven, Meet at LBI Historical Museum, Engleside & Beach aves. (609-492-0700 or 609-492-3988) 10 am, weather permitting. Tickets: adult, $10; child, $2. Tuesday tours go north of the museum; Friday tours go south. Through Aug. 31. Wednesdays Jump in & Swim, Bayview Park, 68th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach (www.longbeachtownship.com) Free swim and guided swim training with Zoom 3 Training, 6 am. Yoga on the Beach, 80th St. beach, Harvey Cedars (201-248-0725) Classes are for ages 18 and older and all levels of expertise. Participants should bring a large towel or sheet as well as sunglasses and sunblock. Fees: drop-in, $18; 5 sessions, $80; 10 sessions, $128; 20 sessions, $214. A portion of the proceeds benefits the High Point Volunteer Fire Co. and the Harvey Cedars Lifeguard in Training program. Thurs.Sat., 8 am, through Sept. 1. 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 visitors 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, pingpong, video game tournaments, crafts, movies, music and much more. Sat., 8-11 pm. Call Casey Ellis at 609-494-7777.

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THROUGH AUGUST 30 Craft Gallery, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609-494-1241 or www.lbifoundation.org) Contemporary, handmade crafts are offered for sale.

Sign Up, Shape Up For 5K/10K Event

S

ign up now for a foot race in Eagleswood to benefit the USO Families of the Fallen support program. The event is a 5K or 10K walk or run, to take place on Saturday, Sept. 8. The event begins at 9 a.m. at the municipal building, located at 146 Division St. and Railroad Avenue in West Creek. The race is a community-building, family-friendly event that promotes a healthy, active lifestyle. Registration is available online at raceforum.com/Eagleswood and on race day. The cost to register is $12 through Aug. 31, to run or walk the 5K (3.1-mile) or 10K (6.2mile) distance. After Aug. 31, the registration fee is $17.25. For more information, call Eagleswood Township Recreation Committeewoman Sherry Cummings at 609-2965467, extension 15. The USO facilitates dignified transfers of military servicepeople at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware and provides multifaceted support to the surviving family members through travel assistance, lodging, grief counseling and memory boxes for children. —V.L.

THROUGH AUGUST 31 Summer Camp Programs for Ages 3-16, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609-494-1241 or www.lbifoundation. org) Nature studies, creative arts and crafts, marine biology and tennis are some of the offerings. Mon.Fri., 9 am-noon. THROUGH SEPTEMBER Jersey Fresh Farmers Market, Municipal lot next to Gazebo Park, Rte. 9 & East Bay Ave., Barnegat (609698-0080, ext. 122, or 609-698-1618) Barnegat Twp. and the Barnegat Chamber of Commerce sponsor the market with vendors from New Egypt, Shamong and elsewhere. Thurs., noon-5 pm, rain or shine. THROUGH SEPTEMBER 2 Holgate Nature Walks, Holgate Wilderness Area, south end of LBI (609-652-1665 or www.fws.gov/ northeast/forsythe/) All ages are welcome. 10-11 am. Thurs., ever-shifting sands; Fri., wilderness walk; Sat., shore bird tour; Sun., beachcombing. THROUGH SEPTEMBER 3 Alex’s Lemonade Stand Benefit, Boulevard Clams, 20th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Surf City (609-4949494) The store donates $1 from every fresh-squeezed lemonade sold. THROUGH DECEMBER 6 Free Energy Night, Charmed in Company, Waretown Plaza, 529 Rte. 9, Waretown (609-693-3311) The event explains how to manage one’s environment through aromatherapy. 1st Thurs. of each month, 6:15 pm. Registration is required. MONDAY-WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27-29 Liquid Bliss Yoga Camp for Kids Ages 6-12, Sunset Park, West Salem Ave., Harvey Cedars (908-4770293 or liquidblissyoga@gmailcom) Children will gain appreciation for the whole being through yoga, movement, art and music. 9-11:30 am. Call or e-mail for registration and information. THURSDAY, AUGUST 23 American Red Cross Blood Drive, Little Egg Harbor Branch Ocean County Library, 290 Mathistown Rd. (800-GIVELIFE or www.pleasegiveblood.org) Most healthy people who weigh at least 110 pounds and are 16 or older are eligible to donate. Photo ID is required. A Red Cross parental consent form signed by parent or legal guardian is required for 16-yearolds. 10 am-7:30 pm. Curator’s Talk, Noyes Museum of Art, Lily Lake Rd., Oceanville (609-652-8848 or www.noyesmuseum.org) Margaret McCann leads a tour through the “Toylanders” exhibition. 6:30 pm. Family Movie Night: “The Lorax,” Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) The film is rated PG. 6:30 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org.


11 Cocktails & Dinner Overlooking the Bay

Hoist your anchor and cruise into the area’s newest bar & grill, Breezes on the Bass River...Come by boat & dine on our deck .

August 2012 • Wed. 8/22 @ 5pm-Dave Jones • Thurs. 8/23 @ 7pm-The Groove • Fri. 8/24 @ 8pm-The Mott’s Creek Pickers

This T his Week’s Week’s S Specials peci als • Sat. 8/25 @ 8pm-The MFFR’s

Reservations on the Deck, Patio or Dining Room 609-492-3000

Blue Claw Crab Feast

1595

Crabs, Jersey Corn & $ Cole Slaw just C

Corona & Crabs

• Sun. 8/26 @ 1pm-Smokey Starr

Happy Hour Monday-Friday, 3-6pm half priced appetizers

• Thursday: $2.50 Miller Lite Bottles & All Day U-Peel Shrimp & Steamers are Just .40¢ each • Friday: $3 Dos Equis • Saturday: $3 Pints of Leinenkugel ’s Summer Shady • Sunday: $5 Frozen Drinks

...located in the Viking Yachting Center!

Wing Night on Deck Pitchers of Margaritas • Buckets of Beer

Kids Eat Free • 4:30 - 6:30 Daily With each full -priced entree. For kids 10 & under • Recommended seating by 6:15

friday: $1 Shark Attacks • $1 Bud Lights • On the Deck 10pm • DJ Moe Green

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

Best Healthy Meal, Best Pizza and Best Breakfast Subs

Voted One of the Best Overall Restaurants and Best Business Lunch

Coming Sept. 2nd Labor Day Sunday

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

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Monday through Friday between 4 and 5:30pm

TWO GREAT OFFERS

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Best Dang Seafood In Jersey Jers !

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

chowda

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

the white stuff the red stuff rockin’ lobster bisque

salads

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

hail caesars

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

open ! 7 days

609-492-0706

entrees

pinky’s eclectic selections

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

shrimp and scallop supreme saucy shrimp alfredo sauteed shrimp smothered in our cheesy alfredo, served over linguine...$18.95 mighty mussels plump mussels in marinara sauce served over linguine, topped with romano...$16.95 jammin’ jambalaya shrimp, chicken and sausage in a piquant mojo of peppers, tomato and rice...$18.95 crescent city seafood creole shrimp, scallops and salmon in a creole tomato sauce over rice...$19.95 pinky’s wicked shrimp shrimp in a cajun beurre noir served over rice with an ear of corn...$20.95 fiesta fajitas shrimp, peppers and onion with lime and tequila, flour tortillas, salsa, sour cream...$18.95 scrumptious scampi shrimp and garlic sauteed in olive oil, with brandy and tomato over linguine...$18.95 fiery fish tacos blackened yellowfin tuna on black bean chili rice, flour tortillas and all the trimmin’s...$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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Celebrating Our 10 th Anniversary

2010 Inside Jersey Voted Best Breakfast 2011 Metromix Magazine Winner 2011 & 2012 Jersey Shore Best Breakfast Breakfast Hot List at the Jersey Shore at Best the Jersey Shore

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Corner of Ship Bottom Ave. & The Blvd. Between 26th & 27th St. • Ship Bottom

Got Quilts? Sign Up For Barnegat Exhibit

Italian Specialties at the Beach

T

he Barnegat Township Historical Society is taking entries for its Quilts Along the Bay exhibit Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 15 and 16, in the community center in the municipal complex off West Bay Avenue. The show is open Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Admission is $5 and proceeds go to restoration and maintenance of the society’s Heritage Village and Museum, located on East Bay Avenue. Jamey Stofko, event coordinator, said the exhibit will include a display of more than 50 quilts, vendors of quilt and sewing supplies, demonstrations, door prizes and a food court. This year’s challenge category is “Quilts of Valor,” and all entries will be donated to the Quilts of Valor Foundation for distribution to veterans. There will also be a special display in memory of quilter Joan Cox. For more information, call Stofko at 609698-3323. —E.E hosts the event. Collectibles, antiques, crafts and new and used merchandise are offered. 8 am. Vendor space, 19 feet by 20 feet, $20; first come, first served. Genealogy Club of Little Egg Harbor Meets, Senior Citizen Center, 641 Radio Rd., Little Egg Harbor (609-296-7748 or www.gcleh.org) All residents of Southern Ocean County interested in researching their family history are welcome, whether beginners or advanced. 4th Tues. of each month, 7 pm.

Clams Casino Veal Tenderloin Fresh Halibut Peach Melba Homemade Ice Cream Fried Calamari

Black Angus Filet Mignon Fresh Scallops Creme Brulee Chocolate SouÁee

Where the Owner is the Chef!

609.494.4343

357 West 8th St., Ship Bottom (Causeway) Catering Available - njtrays.com Take Out Serving Daily @ 5pm • Closed Tuesdays

www.laspiaggialbi.com

Happy Hour 4-7pm Daily

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

$16.95

Reservations Recommended Major Credit Cards Accepted

Beach Hut Bar Open 10-10

Movie Night: “Hunger Games,” Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) The film is rated PG-13. 6:30 pm. Ocean County Tea Party Meets, Mill Creek Community Center, 1199 Mill Creek Rd., Manahawkin. (OceanCTP.org or octporg@gmail.com) The organization believes in the U.S. Constitution, freedom, limited government, less taxes and individual accountability. Bring a friend. 7 pm. Watercolor Drop-in for Seniors, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) 9:30 am. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29 Chess Knight, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) All skill levels are welcome. Players should bring their chess sets, if available. Meets last Wed. of each month, 6 pm. Free Psychic Oracle Night, Charmed in Company, Waretown Plaza, 529 Rte. 9, Waretown (609-6933311) Participants are invited to test their psychic ability, try different divination tools and have fun. 6:15 pm. Registration is required.

DAVE SODANO

sings Sinatra “By the Sea”

Oceanfront Dining • Live Entertainment Thursday Maine Whole Lobster Night Sunday-Friday 4-5pm Early Birds Starting at $12.95

Enjoy Our Famous Bloody Marys

Prime Rib Night Saturday

Specials:

LBI’sst Be akes Crabc

Early Bird Dinner Served From 4-7pm, Fri & Sat. 4-6pm 4 Course Menu Starting at $15

Open For Dinner 7 Days A Week Featuring Fresh Seafood, Salads, Steak, Pasta, etc. Reservations Recommended

Weekly Features Sunday - Rib Eye Steak Your Way Monday - King Crab Legs Tuesday - Lobster Night Wednesday - Chilean Sea Bass or SwordÀsh Serving Breakfast and Lunch Saturday & Sunday www.carmenslbi.com • 122 North Bay Ave., Beach Haven, NJ • 609.848.9650

Tuna au Poivre Flounder Francaise Seafood d’Light Crab & Pasta

Desserts:

Peach Melba, Lava Cake and Baked Alaska Serving Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Daily Breakfast 8am to noon • Lunch noon to 4pm Dinner 4pm to 9:30pm Dining Inside or Outside on Our Patio Deck

Every Monday Pasta & Wine Night THURSDAY 8/23 3-7pm PAT KARWAN Friday 8/24 5-9pm FRED CONLEY Saturday 8/25 3-7pm DAVE JONES Sunday 8/26 3-7pm TONY PILEGGI Monday 8/27 5-9pm DAVE SODANO sings Sinatra “By the Sea” Tuesday 8/28 3-7pm SMOKEY STARR Wednesday 8/29 5-8pm CHRIS FRITZ

24th Street & Atlantic Ave • Spray Beach, NJ 08008

609-492-1501 • lbiinns.com

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with purchase of lunch entree of greater or equal value. L ab o Dine in only. r Wil Day Only 1 per Table. S e at l B e

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Pieceful Shores Quilters Guild Meets, Mill Creek Community Center, 1199 Mill Creek Rd., Manahawkin. The program is “Making a Kindle Cover.” Guests and visiting quilters are always welcome. 7-9 pm. Call Elsa Chabala at 609-607-0991 or Mary Ann Bogaczyk at 609-597-4325. FRIDAY, AUGUST 24 County Connection Mobile Service, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) Services provided include county IDs, passports, senior services, veterans services, consumer affairs, voter registration, and parks and tourism information. 10 am-4 pm. Movie: “The Hunger Games,” Little Egg Harbor Branch Ocean County Library, 290 Mathistown Rd. (609-294-1197) The film is rated PG-13. 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. SAIL Appreciation Party, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) All SAIL volunteers are welcome. 2 pm. AUGUST 24-SEPTEMBER 3 Member, Student, Faculty Exhibition, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609-494-1241 or www.lbifoundation.org) Open daily. Reception, Aug. 26, 5-7 pm. FRIDAY & SATURDAY, AUGUST 24 & 25 Book Sale, Waretown Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Main St. Fri., 1-3 pm; Sat., 10 am-noon. SATURDAY, AUGUST 25 Bake Sale, Wally Mitchell’s Restaurant, 712 Long Beach Blvd., Surf City (609-494-1667) 9 am-2 pm. An Evening with a NY Giant, St. Francis Center, 47th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach (609494-8861 or www.stfranciscenterlbi.com) Former wide receiver Joe Biscaha (1959-61) compares how football was played then vs. today. The evening includes a highlight film, a presentation and questionand-answer session. Tickets: adult, $10; child younger than 12, $6. 6:30-8 pm. Family Movie: “Big Miracle,” Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-597-3381) The film is rated PG. 2 pm. SUNDAY, AUGUST 26 Bird Walk for New Birders, Meet at Visitor Information Center, Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge, Great Creek Rd., Oceanville (609-652-1665 or http://forsythe.fws.gov.) Naturalists lead the walk for all ages. 9 am. Poker Run, (rollingthunder-NJ2.org; 609-971-3544; Facebook Rolling Thunder New Jersey Chapter 2) Rolling Thunder Inc. Chapter 2 NJ hosts the event; proceeds benefit the Ryan T. Baker/Philip Spakosky Scholarship Fund. All modes of transportation are welcome. Starting point #1, Knights of Columbus #6522, 15 East Lacey Rd., Forked River. Starting point #2, the Hornets Nests Sports Bar, 348 Lakehurst Rd., Browns Mills. End point, American Legion Post, Pemberton Juliustown Rd., Pemberton. Donations: rider, $10; passenger, $5. Registration, 9-11 am; rain or shine. DJ Don provides music. Cash bar and food. MONDAY, AUGUST 27 Senior Citizen Advisory Board Meeting, Mystic Shores Clubhouse, 204 Shenandoah Drive, Little Egg Harbor. Carol Cohen of the American Red Cross Jersey Coast Chapter addresses the group. All are welcome. 10 am. TUESDAY, AUGUST 28 Flea Market & Sale, Municipal dock, Bayshore Drive, Barnegat (609-698-3788 or barnegat.historical@gmail.com) The Barnegat Historical Society

Breakfast, Lunch & Bath House OPEN DAILY 8am - 3pm


great food • year after year • take out

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

the

Dinner

beach house

Daily at 5pm Reservations Accepted

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

after year • take out • consistent • great food

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Breakfast

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

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

OPEN SUN. - THURS. 11-9 • FRI. - SAT. 11-10

This Week’s Special: Stuffed Flounder New England Style Lobster Rolls

Lobster Bakes for Two:

(Scallop, Shrimp, Whole Belly Clam) 2 Whole Lobsters, Salads: House, a dozen Steamers, Lobster, Shrimp, Clam Chowder, Tuna, Grilled Chicken Corn

HAPPY DAYS 12 and Under Kids Eat For $3.00 Mon.-Fri. Until 5:00pm

& 2 Liter Bottle of Coke @Maine course LBI

The Maine Course

1301 Long Beach blvd. North Beach Haven, NJ Across from Hands Store

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

DESSERTS

Blueberry/White Chocolate Bread Pudding, Blueberry Pie, Key Lime Pie, Fresh Fruit, watermelon, Fried Oreos, & Candy Bars

Ocean County Tea Party Program, Mill Creek Community Center, 1199 Mill Creek Rd., Manahawkin. (OceanCTP.org or octporg@gmail.com) Alieta Eck, MD, of the Assn. of American Physicians and Surgeons Inc. speaks about the US healthcare system and how to replace the Medicaid system. All are welcome. 7 pm. FRIDAY, AUGUST 31 Full Moon Manifesting Meditation & Salutation, 26th St. beach, Spray Beach (609-492-4906) Donation only. 7:30 pm. Full Moon Night Climb & Campfire, Barnegat Lighthouse State Park, Broadway, Barnegat Light. Ocean County Parks & Recreation and Barnegat Lighthouse State Park sponsor the event. The lighthouse is open for those who wish to climb it. Attendees should bring blankets or beach chairs, plus marshmallows and sticks if desired. Limited beach wheelchair access is available with 48-hour advance notice. Admission, free; first come, first served. 7-9:30 pm. Tail Waggin’ Tutor, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) Beginning or struggling readers can take turns reading to a registered therapy dog. 3:30-4:30 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 Introductory Chess, Little Egg Harbor Branch Ocean County Library, 290 Mathistown Rd. (609294-1197) Children 7 and older as well as any interested adults, siblings and caregivers are welcome. Chess players with any experience are invited to help. 1st Sat. of each month, 11 am-1 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Island Child Book Signing, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) The authors and illustrator will be on hand. Books and T-shirts are available for purchase. 3-5 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org.

Serving food till 1am! Drink Specials 10pm - Close

Mon. $4 Local Craft Beers $3 Whipped Cream Shots Tues. $4 Guiness & Smithwicks On Tap $5 Jameson Shots Wed. $5 Mexican Beers, $5 Margaritas On Tap $3 Rum Chata Shots Thurs. $3 Domestic Beers On Tap $3 Pinnacle Shots

We’re

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

Plus Fresh Seafood

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

THURSDAY, AUGUST 30 Book Sale, Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-597-3381) 9 am-1 pm. Harry Potter Extravaganza, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) Kids ages 10-18 are invited to discuss all things Harry Potter. 1 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org.

Happy Hour 3-6pm 1/2 Price Drinks & Apps “Late Night Snack Attack”

CRAB SHACK

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

Open Mike Night for Poets, Authors & Bloggers, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) The limit is 4 pages. Sign-up, 6:15 pm; readings, 6:30 pm. ’Tween the Covers, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) Kids ages 9-12 are invited to preview books, videos and more. 4 pm.

ts Party Star at 10pm

ENTERTAINMENT

NO COVER

Cruise Into Sunset To Benefit Church

A

sunset cruise aboard the Miss Barnegat Light to benefit Zion Lutheran Church is a stunning, end-of-summer tradition for ticketholders. This year’s cruise is Sunday, Sept. 9 at 6 p.m. The Miss Barnegat Light is donated for the cruise each year by the Larson family. Proceeds from ticket sales then become a benefit for the church, located in Barnegat Light. The boat leaves the bayfront dock at 18th Street in Barnegat Light. There is no rain date. The excursion lasts a little more than an hour, and takes riders past the lighthouse and out through the inlet, then turning either north or south, depending on the weather, before heading back past the majestic “Old Barney” into home port. Light refreshments will be served on board. Tickets sell quickly, so order soon. Cost is $15 for adults, and $10 for children. For tickets or more information, call Sally at 609494-7345 or Ziggy at 609494-4231. —M.S.

Moonlight Walk, Historic Whitesbog Village, 12013 Whitesbog Rd., Browns Mills (609-893-4646) An experienced guide leads a 3-to-5-mile walk. Walkers should dress for the weather and bring water and flashlights. Fee, $5. Reservation deadline, Aug. 31; leave name, phone number and number of people attending. Meet at general store, 7 pm. Inclement weather cancels. Night Hike, Bass River State Forest, Lake Absegami Beach Complex, 762 Stage Rd., New Gretna (609296-1114 or www.njparksandforest.org) Participants should bring flashlights and insect repellent and wear shoes or hiking boots. Admission, $2; first-come, first-served. Minimum age, 8. Children must be accompanied by an adult. 7-9 pm. Heavy rain or thunder cancels. Call to register. Wii Gaming for Kids, Little Egg Harbor Branch Ocean County Library, 290 Mathistown Rd. (609294-1197) The activity is for ages 8-12. 2-3:30 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 Arts & Crafts Show, Viking Village, 19th St. & Bayview Ave., Barnegat Light (609-361-7008 or www.vikingvillage.net) About 75 vendors offer art, jewelry, decoys, photography and much more. 10 am-4:30 pm, rain or shine. Catboat Race, (609-494-8352 or 609-296-4549) All catboat sailors are invited. Skippers meeting, Sunset Park, West Salem Ave., Harvey Cedars, 12:30 pm. Boat Races, On the bay off Taylor Ave., Beach Haven. The East Coast Boat Racing Club of NJ hosts its final event of the season. Admission, free. Noon. Visit www.ecbrcnj.com. Pigskin Pig Roast, Doc Cramer Sports Complex, Doc Cramer Blvd., Manahawkin. Shore Fire Grille provides pig, corn on the cob, rosemary roasted new potatoes and more. In preparation for the NFL season opener, there are contests for best outfitted tailgater and best tailgate dessert. The Southern Ocean Community Foundation and Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce host the event to benefit local food pantries. 1-5 pm. Tickets: adult, $25; child younger than 13, $10; available at the chamber office, 265 West 9th St., Ship Bottom, or call 609-494-7211. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 Book Discussion, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609494-1241 or www.lbifoundation.org) The subject is Arcadia by Lauren Groff. Donation, $5. 8 pm.

Friday, Aug. 24th

Matt Fisher

Saturday, Aug. 25th

Fred Conley

The BEST Cocktails on LBI - Home of the “Bob Marley” and “Rum Runner” • $3 Miller High Life on Tap ~ anytime, anyday! ALL Menu Items Available For Curbside Take-Out • Visit Us on Facebook • Full Menu Online www.TerraceTavernLBI.com

Lunch, Dinner, Late Night • 132nd & The Blvd., Beach Haven Terrace • 609-492-9751

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

(609) 492-6906 OPEN 8/24 - 8/30 Expendables 2 - R Bourne Legacy - PG13

(4:15 PM)

(7:05 PM) (7:00 PM)

(9:35 PM) (9:40 PM)

[1:25 PM] [1:00 PM]

(4:00 PM) (7:00 PM)

(9:00 PM)

[1:20 PM]

The Dark Knight Rises - PG13 (7:30 PM) Diary of a Wimpy Kid - PG (4:05 PM) Paranorman - PG (4:10 PM) (7:10 PM) Campaign - R (4:20 PM) (7:15 PM)

(9:10 PM) (9:30 PM)

[1:30 PM] [1:35 PM] [1:45 PM]

(4:00 PM)

FRIDAY THRU TUESDAY

Oogieloves in the Big Balloon - G WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY

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


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A DINING TRADITION AT THE JERSEY SHORE Open All

Family Owned Since 1985

Voted Best Cheesesteaks and Hoagies

Breakfast and Lunch Full Hot and Cold Menu

609-494-8848

All Major Credit Cards • Sunday Brunch • Gift Certificates Available

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

ENTERTAINMENT and DANCING Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Joey D’s Doo Wop Party 7:30pm

Rockin Renee 7:30pm

Steve Richter

5pm

Every Tuesday “Jammin Janice” Karaoke & More

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

Eat In or Take Out

Every Friday - Our Fabulous Seafood & Land Buffet

Open 8am til 4pm

Sunday Champagne Breakfast and Lunch Buffet

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

Featuring All Your Favorites

7 Days

Daily Happier Hour

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

609-494-0033

Sun.-Fri. 4-5:30pm Not Available on Sat. or Holidays

Outside Dining For Your Pleasure

Open 7 Days Bar & Restaurant • Banquets

“The best kept secret by the Bay”

Every Day 4-7pm • All Drinks at Reduced Prices Special Food Menu • 20 Items Starting at $149 Newly Expanded Food Menu • Excluding Holidays, Entertainment

5 Course EARLY EVENING DINING

www.subbogies.com

Banquet Room Book Your Party with Us. Check Us Out Online.

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

13TH & Boulevard • Ship Bottom

Year

1000 S Green St (Rt539), Tuckerton

609-294-3600

Open Daily Lunch & Dinner

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Two Neighborhood Taverns Happy Hours 7 days a week Live entertainment on weekends

82nd St. & Long Beach Blvd. Brighton Beach, NJ 609-494-4731 • www.kubels2.com

Bar Area Bar Area Only Onl nly ly

TUCK’D AWAY

Open Everyday 11:30am - 6pm Sun. - Thurs. 11:30am - close Fri. & Sat. Check Website for Daily Specials Check Out Our Facebook Page for Daily Drink Specials

Weekend Entertainment Friday Aug. 24th Tyler Shay 7:30pm Saturday Aug. 25th Brian Smallwood 8pm Don’t know where to go? Come across the bay to the Tuckerton Beach Grille for awesome food, spirits and entertainment! Free docking available at Sheltered Cove Marina. 609-296-9400

In Barnegat Light visit: the original Kubel’s, established in 1927. Casual dining, week day happy hours, blackboard specials, bayviews in a friendly, warm and inviting atmosphere. Open D O Daily il - YYear R Round Major Credit Cards Accepted - Handicap Access 7th St. & Bayview, Barnegat Light • 609-494-8592

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16 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. Movie Matinee: “Disneynature’s Chimpanzee,” Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) The film is rated G. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Registration Begins for Recreation & Aquatic Programs, St. Francis Center, 47th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach (609-494-8861 or www. stfranciscenterlbi.com) The course brochure is available online.

Barnegat Light Open Daily 7am-9pm

Surf City Open Daily 7am-10pm

Make Us Your Meeting Place www.howyoubrewin.com

TUESDAYS, SEPTEMBER 4-25 Watercolor on Paper with Lisa Budd, Pine Shores Art Assn., 94 Stafford Ave., Manahawkin (609-2948264 or www.pineshoresartassociation.org) Fees: member, $50; nonmember, $75. 9:30 am-12:30 pm.

Cash Only

Award Winning Pizza Since 1980 New Jersey Monthly, June 2011- "The Best Pizza on the Island, hands down!"

The Gazebo’s

Two Locations to Serve You

PANZONE’S Pizza & Pasta

PANZONE’S PIZZA of Surf City ON THE NORTH END

13th Year Anniversary

609-492-5811•609-492-5677

ON THE SOUTH END OF LBI

Eat In or Take Out Open Daily ew N Menu

Since 1980

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

SUSHI BAR

PIZZA • SUBS • SANDWICHES WINGS • TENDERS •SALADS NEW ENGLAND CHOWDER BURGERS • FRIES • SLICES

THE BEST PIZZA ON LBI FOR 33 SUMMERS!!

LUNCH & DINNER

LUNCH & DINNER

11th & BLVD • Beach Haven www.panzones.com For Takeout Call 609.492.5103

22nd & BLVD • Surf City www.panzones.com For Takeout Call 609-494-1114

Brown Rice Available

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

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

The Quelle

N OPE R AI RY E EAT

Introducing

Bar & Gril l

Friday Doors Open at 9pm

The Upstairs NITE CRAWLERS After Dark

Monday M Blues & Jazz Night B

Newest N ew west and Hottest Night Spo Spot ott Dancing on the Bay Saturday

Sunday

Doors Open at 9pm

Doors Open at 3:30pm

Billy Walton Band

Depot Dogs

Doors Open at 7pm Rob Paparozzi & P Pat Karwan 7:30pm with Special Friends Serving Tapas

Coming C oming A Attractions ttracti

September 3rd - Labor Day Blues

Fri. August 31st - Flamin Harry 7:30pm • Sat. Sept. 1st - After Hours Sun. Sept. 2nd - The Following

Featuring the Sounds of Mikey Jr. • Paul Plumeri • Pat Karwan and other Special Guests

END OF SUMMER BLUES PARTY

Banquets • Group Luncheons • Dinner Parties • Catering Open Daily at 11:30am on Beautiful Barnegat Bay, Cedar Bonnet Island, NJ • 609-494-6910 Visit us at thedutchmans.com & Like us on Facebook

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 Anime & Manga Club Meets, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) Teens in grades 7-12 are invited to watch videos, draw and play card games. 7 pm. Book Discussion, Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609597-3381) The subject is Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh. 7-8:30 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Brain Games, Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-5973381) The games are designed to stimulate different areas of the brain. 1-2:30 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Free Blood Pressure Screening, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) No registration is needed. 10 am-noon. Movie: “Circumstance,” Little Egg Harbor Branch Ocean County Library, 290 Mathistown Rd. (609294-1197) The film, in Persian with English subtitles, is rated R. 6 pm. Silver Liners of Barnegat Pancake Breakfast & Meeting, Barnegat Twp. Community Center, 900 West Bay Ave., Barnegat (609-698-6355) Residents from Barnegat and surrounding towns age 55 and above are welcome for fun, entertainment and information. Annual dues, $7; additional, one-time registration fee for new member, $10. Wed., 10 am. Coffee, tea, bagels and rolls are available at low cost. New members are welcome; just come to a meeting. Tiny Tot Tales, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) The program is for ages 10-18 months. 10:30 am. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. WEDNESDAYS, SEPTEMBER 5-19 Mother Goose Time, Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-5973381) The program is for babies up to 18 months with caregiver. 10 am. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. WEDNESDAYS, SEPTEMBER 5-26 English Conversation Group, Little Egg Harbor Branch Ocean County Library, 290 Mathistown Rd. (609-294-1197 or theoceancountylibrary.org) Groups meet in an informal environment and are led by trained volunteers. The group is intended for people who are new to speaking English. Wed., 7:30 pm. HealthEase “Move Today” Exercise Program, Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-597-3381) The non-aerobic exercise class for ages 60 and older addresses posture, flexibility, balance and strength. 3-4 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 Friends Adventures: Layla the Malamute, Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-597-3381) Amy Novak and Layla explain the Therapy Dog Organization, responsible dog ownership and more. Layla is read to monthly by the children of Stafford Twp. 10:30 am. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. String of Purls, Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-5973381) Beginning knitters and crocheters are invited, and others may bring their projects to work on. The group is designed for ages 10 to adult. Knitters should bring size 10 needles, crocheters an “I” crochet hook; both should bring 4-ply worsted yarn. 1-3 pm. Teen Advisory Board Meets, Little Egg Harbor Branch Ocean County Library, 290 Mathistown Rd. (609-294-1197) Kids ages 12-18 help advise the library on programs and book acquisitions. This earns community service hours. New members are always welcome. 7 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.


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Restaurant

Daily Specials

Take-Out

Fresh Market

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

BYOB SAVE MONEY No 20% Tipping

Fishery's Dinner Specials Appetizers

• 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 $13.95 • Crispy Tuna & Basil Wrap 1 spring roll made with tuna & fresh basil, served with a wasabi cucumber dipping sauce $11.95 • Crispy Shrimp & Seaweed Spring Roll Shrimp folded with sesame seaweed salad fried to a golden brown $10.95 • Baked Clams Oreganato 6 clams stuffed with bread crumbs, cheese, olive oil and fresh herbs $10.95 • Sun-Dried Tomato & Chipotle Calamari $12.95

Entrees

— APPETIZERS & Chowders —

— How It All Started —

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

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

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

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

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

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

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• 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 • 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

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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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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 Genealogy on the Internet, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) 2:30 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Movie: “Shadowlands,” Little Egg Harbor Branch Ocean County Library, 290 Mathistown Rd. (609294-1197) The film is rated PG. 1 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Stroke Awareness Program with Blood Pressure Screening, Little Egg Harbor Branch Ocean County Library, 290 Mathistown Rd. (609-294-1197) 10 am. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. SEPTEMBER 7-NOVEMBER 1 Print Center Exhibition, LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies (609494-1241 or www.lbifoundation.org) Printmakers, photographers and illustrators from the Print Center in Philadelphia display their works. Reception, Sept. 8, 5-8 pm. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 5K/10K Walk/Run, Starts at Eagleswood Municipal Bldg., Division & Railroad aves. All ages are welcome. Registration fee, $10. 9 am. Preregistration is required; forms are available at the municipal building, local businesses or e-mailed on request sent to scumminseagleswood@comcast net or call 609-296-5467, ext. 15. Art Show & Sale, St. Mary’s Parish Center, 100 Bishop Lane off McKinley Ave., Manahawkin. Proceeds benefit Family Promise of Ocean County and St. Vincent de Paul food pantry. 10 am-4 pm. Botanical Expedition at Franklin Parker Preserve, New Gretna Chatsworth Rd., Woodland Twp. The Pinelands Preservation Alliance and NJ Conservation Foundation sponsor the event. Participants should bring lunch and plenty of beverages. Cost, $15. 9 am-3 pm. Register by e-mailing tomdunn@pinelandsalliance.org or call 609-859-8860, ext. 14. Career Open House for Medical Billing & Medical Coding, Ocean County College, Arts & Community Center, Room 224, College Drive, Toms River (www. ocean.edu) Prospective students, friends and family are welcome. Information is provided on academic and certificate programs, admission requirements, financial aid, Internet classes and more. 9 am-noon. Clamtown Antiques Flea Market, Tip Seaman County Park, Rte. 9 & Lakeside Drive, Tuckerton (609-294-1547) The Tuckerton Historical Society sponsors the event, featuring more than 100 dealers. 8 am-4 pm. Rain date, Sept. 9 or 15. Vendor space, 20 feet by 20 feet, $45. Dealers may apply at tuckertonhistoricalsociety.org, e-mail tuckertonhistoricalsociety@gmail.com or call 609-296-2584.

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Democratic Club of LBI Dinner, VFW Post 3729, 11 East Winifred Ave. (79th St.), Beach Haven Crest. Touch of Elegance caters the event. 5-8 pm. Registration deadline, Sept. 1; visit www.lbidemocrats.com. Family Health & Safety Fair, St. Francis Center, 47th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach (609494-8861 or www.stfranciscenterlbi.com) Many free health screenings as well as activities are offered for all ages, including senior services, alternative medicine, emergency preparedness and more. A free continental breakfast is offered, and there is a bike and helmet giveaway for ages 5-14. 9-11:30 am. Feature Film: “Mission Impossible – Ghost Protocol,” Stafford Branch Ocean County Library, 129 North Main St., Manahawkin (609-597-3381) The film is rated PG-13. 2-4:15 pm.

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2012

International Great Chowder Cook-Off

Newport, Rhode Island

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THURSDAY-SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6-8 Book Sale, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) Thurs. & Fri., 9 am-4 pm; Sat., 9 am-noon.

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THURSDAYS, SEPTEMBER 6-27 Beginner Drawing with Lee Fricke, Pine Shores Art Assn., 94 Stafford Ave., Manahawkin (609-294-8264 or www.pineshoresartassociation.org) Fees: member, $50; nonmember, $75. 9:30 am-12:30 pm.

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Jazz, Folk Combination A Concert to Remember

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n commercial radio parlance, Steve Forbert would probably be classified as a “one-hit wonder” for his “Romeo’s Tune,” which made the Top-40 charts in 1980. (After a piano intro, it begins with “Meet me in the middle of the day, let me hear you say everything’s okay, bring me Southern kisses from your room.”) But it wouldn’t be an accurate portrayal of the singer-songwriter’s career. While he might not get the airplay reserved for more “name” musicians, the folk-rocker has forged a steady career as a recording artist and live performer, and on Saturday, Aug. 25, Forbert appears at the Long Beach Island branch of the Ocean County Library for an outdoor concert. Jazz musician Kami Lyle opens at 7. The 57-year-old Forbert, who will be making his fifth appearance at the branch, has more than 20 studio and live albums to his credit. He plans to feature tunes from his newest CD, Over With You, due for release in September. Enshrined into the Mississippi Musicians Hall of Fame in 2006, Forbert has also written songs for the Occupy Wall Street Movement. Besides “Romeo’s Tune,” he said the audience could expect to hear other favorites such as “Say Goodbye to Little Joe,” “Good Planets Are Hard to Find” and “What Kind of Guy,” along with the tune he usually closes with, the fast-paced

“You Cannot Win If You Do Not Play.” Then there’s his tribute to the Garden State, “Strange Names (New Jersey’s Got ’em,)” which contains the lyric “I’ve seen Paramus, well, that’s next to Oradell. Ho-Ho-Kus takes that cake, wait, that’d be Cheesequake.” “I’d be pretty remiss if I didn’t do that one,” said the singer/songwriter, who accompanies himself on acoustic guitar and harmonica. He also plays piano and trumpet. “Long Beach Island is a great place,” he said. “People sing along, and sometimes they may get up and dance. That’s fine with me. I want everyone to have a good time.” And Forbert wants to make sure he has a good time as well. “Going on the road can be stressful, especially with airport security and all the stuff you have to deal with,” he said. “So when I get on stage, I sure like to unwind.” When he does covers, Forbert likes to pay homage to major influences such as Bob Dylan, Neil Young and Gram Parsons. “It wasn’t just the music; I was attracted to the lyrics,” he said. “When I started out in the late 1970s, punk rock and new wave was huge. I was kind of a throwback to a different era, and I’ve stayed with it.” Kami Lyle’s first CD, Blue Cinderella, was well received. It featured “Polka Dots,” which was circulated on VH-1’s playlist. The CD was produced by Phil Padgham, who has worked

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DUAL DELIGHTS: Kami Lyle will open for Steve Forbert at the Aug. 25 concert at the Long Beach Island branch of the Ocean County Library. with such artists as Sting, Melissa Etheridge and Phil Collins. Lyle recently moved to Cape Cod, where she released her second album, Ten Songs. She is currently recording a third CD, Pictures By the Sea. The musician was familiar with Massachusetts, having been a graduate of the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston. “I was a dual major in jazz composition and performance,” she said. “But I wanted to try everything, so did. I tried arranging, film scoring, and took classes in song and lyric writing.” All that culminated in her CDs, which feature original compositions and will be highlighted at the concert. Accompanying Lyle will be

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her bassist husband, Joey Stampinato, a member of the NRBQ (New Rhythm and Blues quartet), and guitarist Tad Price. She said her musical influences include Chet Baker, Joni Mitchell, Carole King, Astrid Gilberto and Tom Waits. “One of my favorite cover songs is ‘Marieke Marieke’ from ‘Jacques Brel is Alive and Well,’” said Lyle. “I usually don’t bring a drummer. I might take a little break and play the bongos.” For more information on the concert, call the branch at 609494-2480. — Eric Englund ericenglund@thesandpaper.net

“Fleas Only” Market, Holy Spirit Episcopal Church, 220 East Main St., Tuckerton (609296-9618) Lunch is available. Vendor spaces: indoor table, $20; outside table, $15. 8 am-2 pm. Enter in rear of building. Indoors, rain or shine; outside, weather permitting. Gaming Day, Little Egg Harbor Branch Ocean County Library, 290 Mathistown Rd. (609-294-1197) Kids ages 12-18 are invited for Super Smash Brothers Brawl. 2 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. Get Crafty for Teens, Little Egg Harbor Branch Ocean County Library, 290 Mathistown Rd. (609-294-1197) The activity is for ages 14-17. 2 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. SATURDAY & SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 & 9 Antique & Classic Boat Show, Tuckerton Seaport, 120 West Rte. 9 (609-296-8868 or www.tuckertonseaport.org) Fun for the whole family includes classic wood and glass boat exhibitors, demonstrations, workshops, vendors, entertainment and more. Registration is available for a boat building class and cruises on Tuckerton Creek. Admission: general, $8; senior or Seaport member, $6; child ages 6-12, $3; child younger than 6, free. 11 am-4 pm. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9 Craft Fair & Market, Veterans Bicentennial Park, Beach Ave. between Engleside Ave. & Amber St., Beach Haven. The LBI Historical Assn. hosts the event. 9 am-4 pm, rain or shine. Bake sale, LBI Historical Museum, front porch, Engleside & Beach aves. For vendor space, call Jamie King at 609-597-3828; for bake sale, call Rosemary Stabile at 609-492-2036. Rock ’n’ Ride Bike Tour & Party, Begins at Sunset Park, West Salem Ave., Harvey Cedars. The family-friendly bike tour offers 10-, 20- and 40-mile routes, ending with a party at the park, with a barbecue, kids activities and entertainment by Generation Next. The event benefits the American Red Cross. 8 am-3 pm. Preregistration fees: adult, $65; child younger than 13, $20; visit www.jerseycoast-redcross.org.

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Sushi • Thai Food

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

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

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

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

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

3 N. Long Beach Blvd. Surf City Just over the bridge and turn left Call ahead for takeout or reservations in the dining room 494-0400 • 848-9691

Sunset Cruise on Miss Barnegat Light, 18th St. & Bayview Ave., Barnegat Light. Zion Lutheran Church of Barnegat Light hosts the trip. Donations: adult, $15; child, $10. 6 pm; there is no rain date. For tickets, call Sally at 609-494-7345 or Ziggy at 609-494-4231.

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. “The Wizard of Oz,” through Sept. 1; “Snow White,” Aug. 15-Sept. 2. 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. “Snow White,” Aug. 22-25; “Cinderella,” Aug. 30-Sept. 1. Dinner & Theater Matinee, The South Bay Seniors Assn. sponsors the event on Sept. 11, with “I Left My Heart – a Tony Bennett Review” at Barnegat High School, 180 Bengal Blvd., presented by the Ocean Professional Theatre Co., 3 pm; followed by dinner at Il Giardino. Cost, $55. To reserve, call Bruce Tuttle at 609-494-9949 or 908-403-2532. 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. 28, Comedy Cascade Circus. 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 28-SEPTEMBER 16 “Once Upon a Time in New Jersey,” Surflight Theatre, Engleside & Beach aves., Beach Haven (609-492-9477 or www.surflight.org) See website for schedule and ticket prices.

comedy com edy WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29 Catch a Rising Star All-Star Show with Uncle Floyd & Steve Trevelise, Surflight Theatre, Engleside & Beach aves., Beach Haven (609-492-9477 or www.surflight.org) 8 pm. See website for schedule and ticket prices.

Bluegrass & Pinelands Music, Albert Music Hall, 131 Wells Mills Rd. (Rte. 532), Waretown (609-9711593 or www.alberthall.org) Every Sat.; doors open, 6:30 pm. Concerts at the Bay, Municipal dock, Bayshore Drive, Barnegat (609-698-0080, ext. 122) 7-9 pm. If rain, at Barnegat Recreation Center, 900 West Bay Ave. Aug. 25, The Roustabouts; Aug. 26, ReUnited; Sept. 1, American Hawk; Sept. 2, Strictly 60s Band; Sept. 4, Sounds of the Street; Sept. 8, Tommy Edwards as “Sir Rod.” 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. 22, Barley Boys; Aug. 29, Sweet Inspiration; Sept. 5, Fred Lahoty & the Ragtimers. 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. 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. 24, Rave On. THROUGH SEPTEMBER 1 “Ring of Fire – the Songs of Johnny Cash,” 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. THURSDAYS, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 27 Gazebo Park Concerts, Rte. 9 & East Bay Ave., Barnegat (609-698-0080, ext. 122) 7-9 pm, weather permitting. FRIDAY, AUGUST 24 Coffee House Craze with Live Music, Manahawkin Baptist Church, 400 Beach Blvd., Manahawkin. Earthen Vessels, Nathan Didlake, Will Duvall and the MBC Youth Group entertain. Attendees should bring chairs and insect repellent for this outdoor concert. Admission, free; free-will offerings help support missionaries. 7-10 pm. Call Sandi Dueben at 609-7035343 for details; call 609-597-7586 for directions.


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24 Young People’s Concerts, Ocean County College, Arts & Community Center, College Drive, Toms River (732-255-0460) Students in the Garden State Philharmonic’s Music for Young People perform. Admission, free. 11 am & 1 pm. SATURDAY, AUGUST 25 Garden State Philharmonic, Strand Theater, 400 Clifton Ave., Lakewood (732-255-0460) The orchestra presents “Cartoon Classicals: How We Learned to Love Classical Music.” Tickets: adult, $40; senior 60 or older, $36; student with ID, $15. 8 pm. Steve Forbert in Concert, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480) Jazz trumpeter Kami Lyle opens. Attendees should bring seating for this outdoor concert. 7 pm. Call to register or visit theoceancountylibrary.org. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9 Ocean County Bluegrass Festival, Albert Music Hall, 131 Wells Mills Rd. (Rte. 532), Waretown (609971-1593 or www.alberthall.org) Groups expected to perform include Rawhide, Cindy G., Borderline and many more. Admission: adult, $8; child younger than 12, $1. Noon-5 pm; doors open, 11 am.

BEACH 5 STADIUM THEATRE, Herbert Ave. & Long Beach Blvd., Beach Haven Park (609-492-6906) FRIDAY-THURSDAY, AUGUST 24-30 “The Bourne Legacy,” (PG-13) 4, 7 & 9:40 pm; rain only, 1 pm. “Campaign,” (R) 4:20, 7:15 & 9:30 pm; rain only, 1:45 pm. FRIDAY-TUESDAY, AUGUST 24-28 “The Oogieloves in the Big Balloon Adventure,” (G) 4, 7 & 9 pm; rain only, 1:20 pm. WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY, AUGUST 29 &30 “The Dark Knight Rises,” (PG-13) 7:30 pm. “Diary of a Wimpy Kid,” (PG) 4:05 pm; rain only, 1:30 pm. “The Expendables 2,” (R) 4:15, 7:05 & 9:35 pm; rain only, 1:25 pm. “ParaNorman,” (PG) 4:10, 7:10 & 9:10 pm; rain only, 1:35 pm. REGAL MANAHAWKIN 10, 733 Rte. 72, Manahawkin (609-978-5914) Call for show information.

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

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ll Together: The annual Member, Student, Faculty exhibit at the Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences opens Friday, Aug. 24, with a reception planned for Sunday, Aug. 26, from 5 to 7 p.m. This end-of-summer celebration exhibits all the fun and hard work that have gone on all summer. The show continues through Sept. 3. See the second session of the ongoing craft exhibition and sale: jewelry, wood, glass, pottery and more. Unique and appealing handcrafted works are offered. LBIF Open Studio Sessions: Figure Drawing is held Fridays through Sept. 28, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Unclothed model; bring your own art materials. Fee is $10/member, $15/nonmember. Call 609-494-1241 or view the catalog of classes at lbifoundation.org. * * * Golf Fun: Artist Janet Nelson exhibits artwork she created to enhance a miniature golf course in Surf City. “Scenes from the Sandbar” opens at Galley 1603 in Surf City on Aug. 24 with an artist’s reception on Saturday, Sept. 1, from 6 to 8 p.m. * * * Historical Art: The Long Beach Island Historical Association Museum hosts an art show of historical sites by local artists at the museum in Beach Haven, continuing through the end of September. Artwork depicts historic houses in the borough, and artists donate a portion of their sales to the museum. Call 609492-0700 for hours and information. * * * Water World: The second exhibit in the Summer Pop Up Gallery, hosted by Michael Ryan Architects in conjunction with the Bridgette Mayer Gallery of Philadelphia, is a one-man show, “Allen Bentley: The Water Series.” The paintings explore our sensuous relationship with water. Portraits by Joe Begonia, a series created between 2005 and 2012 that captures the youth and personality of some of his Southern Regional High School art students, are shown in the Conference Room. Both exhibits continue through Sept. 8 at the gallery located in the Michael Ryan Architects, Loveladies office. Call 609-548-2000. * * * Childhood Memories: An exhibit at the Noyes Museum of Art in Oceanville, “Toylanders,” consists of visual recollections of childhood by 10 artists, expressed in larger-than-life toys and various playthings. On Thursday, Aug. 23, at 6:30 p.m., “Toylanders” curator Margaret McCann will lead a gallery talk. Ongoing summer exhibits at the museum include “Enduring Brilliance: The Pastel Society of America at 40,” a dynamic, juried pastel am; sung Mass, 10 am. Refreshments in the garden after 10 am service. St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, Second St. & Atlantic Ave., Beach Haven (609-494-8813 or www. stfrancisparishlbi.org) Sat., Mass, 5 pm; Sun., Mass, 7:30, 8:45, 10 & 11:15 am. St. Thomas of Villanova Catholic Church, 13th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Surf City (609-494-8813 or www.stfrancisparishlbi.org) Sat., Mass, 5 pm; Sun., Mass, 7:30, 8:45, 10 & 11:15 am. Spray Beach Chapel, Beach Ave. between 23rd & 24th Sts., Spray Beach (609-492-0057 or spraybeachchapel.org) Sun., worship, 9:30 am. Guest speakers and singers. Available for weddings. United Church of Surf City, 7th St. & Central Ave. (609-361-0981) Sun., Sunday school, 9 am; worship, 10 am. Zion Lutheran Church, 18th St. & Central Ave., Barnegat Light (609-494-8676 or www.zionlbi.org) Worship, Sun., service, 8:30 &10 am; Sunday school, 10 am.

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ETHEREAL: A clear view of a skate ‘flying’ through water is the subject of pastelist Ruth Kramer’s ‘Water Light Time’ on display at the Long Beach Island Library in Surf City. exhibition on view through Sept. 2. It’s the last few days to see Kate Dodd’s “Water: Illusions of Purity,” a site-specific installation of recycled plastic bottles that raises the question “Is bottled water ‘pure’?” in terms of environmental damage. The exhibit closes Aug. 27. In the “New Jersey State Council on the Arts Fellowship Exhibition,” 30 artists chosen for their excellence display works in photography, sculpture, crafts and painting through Sept. 9. Pastel artist Stan Sperlak captures the images of South Jersey at dusk in his one-man show “Stan Sperlak: Into the Night,” through Sept. 23. Mark your calendar for the Noyes’ Feast for the Eyes fundraiser event, Saturday, Sept. 22, showcasing local gourmet foods and wines and a silent auction of original artwork by well-known artists. Live music and an edible art installation created by sculptor Marisa Di Paola are part of the evening. Tickets are $100 per person. Call 609-652-8848. Have a hot recipe for chili? The second annual Art at Night Chili Cook-off at the Noyes Museum will be held on Oct. 11. Register by Oct. 1 with a $25 donation per chili team of two or $20 for one. Each team member receives a limited-edition T-shirt. To register, visit noyesmusuem.org/art at night 2.html. * * * Local Library Color: Pastel artist Ruth Kramer is currently showing at the Island branch of the Ocean County Library. Nineteen Pine Shores Art Association artists are showing at the Stafford branch of the Ocean County Library; artist Ray Hayworth is showcasing “Twenty New Works of Collage, Oil and Watercolor” at the Little Egg Harbor branch; and artists Hal Roth and Rich Boscarino are at the Barnegat branch. * * * PSAA Notes: Margaret Mahan is the Pine Shores Art Association artist of the month; her watercolors are on display in the gallery on

Stafford Avenue in Manahawkin. Lisa Budd’s watercolor workshop starts Sept. 4 for four Thursdays through Sept. 25. Lee Fricke teaches beginner drawing four Thursdays starting Sept. 6. These workshops are from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. with fees of $50/members, $75/nonmembers. Pastel artist Frank Csulak holds a pastel workshop on two Fridays, Sept. 21 and 28, from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.; the fee is $50/members, $75/ nonmembers. Linda Coulter teaches pastel every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The fee is $20/ members, $22/nonmembers. Walk-ins are welcome for this ongoing class. Photographers, get snapping for the annual photography show; the drop-off date is Wednesday, Aug. 29. Visit pineshoresartassociation.org or call 609-597-3557. * * * Woman’s Work: The “Not for Women Only” exhibit, featuring artists Jane Robbins and Florence Zdanowitz and photographer Jane Mattson, is in the Ocean County College Arts and Community Center art gallery located on the OCC Main Campus in Toms River through the end of August. For more information, call the box office at 732-2550500. * * * Artist Ops: Two new opportunities for artists exist in the Hammonton Arts District; the district is opening 12 new studio spaces one block from the NJ Transit train station. This new visual arts space offers professional and merging artist affordable studio spaces in the center of downtown Hammonton. Every third Thursday through November, artists and performers are invited to join in Artists on the Avenue, a monthly event with a $100 “excellence prize” given at the end of the night. Call the Noyes Gallery in Hammonton at 609-561-8006 for more information. —P.J.

MAINLAND Barnegat Bay Assembly of God, 378 Rte. 9, Waretown (609-698-3119) Sun., Bible study, 10 am; worship with nursery and children’s church, 11 am; youth service 1st and 3rd Sun., 6 pm. Bayside Chapel, 965 West Bay Ave., Barnegat (609607-8323 or www.baysidechapel.org) Sun., worship, 8:15, 9:45 & 11:30 am; fellowship follows each service. Children’s church, 9:45 and 11:30 am. Calvary Baptist Church, 850 Railroad Drive, Little Egg Harbor (609-296-4606 or calvaryLEH.org) Sun., prayer, 8 am; Bible study for all ages, 9:30 am; coffee fellowship, 10:30 am; worship, 11 am; Bible Institute, 6 pm. Nursery is provided. Wed., programs from nursery through adult, 7 pm. Calvary Chapel of Southern Ocean County, 610 Rte. 9, West Creek (609-597-4393 or www.calvarychapelsoc.org) Sun., worship, 10 am; fellowship time after; children’s church and nursery. Wed., Bible study & youth group, 7 pm. Special praise and prayer service, 2nd Sun. of each month, 7 pm.

Cedar Run Assembly of God, Rte. 9, Cedar Run (609-597-3225 or www.cedarrunchurch.org) Sun., coffee bar, 9 am; Sunday school, 9:30 am; worship service, 10:30 am; life classes, 6 pm. Wed., Bible study, 7 pm. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 1 Mary Bell Rd., Manahawkin (609-660-1992) Call for information. Classical Yoga/Hindu Academy, 82 Memorial Drive, Barnegat (609-607-0846 or www.classicalyoga.org) The Dharma Yoga Ashram offers services (puja) and instruction in the Hindu religion and all its classic yogas. Congregation Sha’Arey Ha Yam, Reform Jewish Community of Barnegat, (609-698-4459 or www. shaareyhayam.org) Meets at Lutheran Church of the Holy Spirit, 333 North Main St. (Rte. 9), Manahawkin, twice a month on Fri., 7:30 pm. This is the only Reform congregation in Southern Ocean County. Hebrew school is available for ages 6 and older, including Bar and Bat Mitzvah.


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Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit, 220 East Main St., Tuckerton (609-296-9618 or www.HolySpiritTuckerton.org) Holy Eucharist, Sun., through Sept. 2, 9:30 am followed by a coffee hour; Wed., noon. 1st Presbyterian Church of New Gretna, 19 Maple Ave. (609-296-6564 or www.newgretnapresbyterianchurch.org) Sun., worship, 10 am. 1st Presbyterian Church of Tuckerton, 210 East Main St. (609-296-8894 or fpctuckerton.org) Sun., worship, 9:30 am. 1st United Methodist Church of Tuckerton, 126 North Green St. (609-296-9610 or fumctuckerton. com) Sun., worship, 8:30 & 10 am. House of Hope (Spanish service) Sun., 5 pm. Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Rte. 9 & Mathistown Rd., LEH (609-296-3585) Sun., worship, 9:30 am. Saturday night social â&#x20AC;&#x201C; every other Sat., 6-8 pm â&#x20AC;&#x201C; for adults with developmental disabilities or brain injuries. King of Kings Community Church, 1000 Rte. 9 north, Manahawkin (609-597-7177 or kingofkingscc. org) Sun., worship, 9 & 11 am; Spanish service, 1 pm; Celebrate Recovery, 7 pm. Lighthouse Alliance Community Church, 481 Rte. 9, Little Egg Harbor (609-296-9673 or www. lighthousealliance.net) Sun., worship & childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;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, ž mile north of Rte. 72), Manahawkin (609-597-2696, www.lutheranchurchoftheholyspirit.org) Sun., worship, 9:30 am. Nursery available. Praise and worship service, ďŹ rst Wed. of each month, 7 pm. Manahawkin Baptist Church, 400 Beach Ave. (609597-7586 or manahawkinbaptistchurch.org) Sun., worship, 10 am. Nursery available. Tues., youth group (grades 6-12), 7-9 pm. Manahawkin United Methodist Church, 116 Stafford Ave., Manahawkin (609-597-7666 or 609-5977107) Sun., worship, 8:30 & 11 am; nursery provided. Sunday school for all ages, 9:45 am. Mount Zion Baptist Church, Gunning River Rd., Barnegat (609-698-2537) Sun., Sunday school, 9 am; worship, 10 am. Wed., service, 7 pm. New Life Community Church, 203 Main St. (Rte. 9), West Creek (609-296-2813 or newlifewestcreek. org) Sun., worship, 10 am. Wed., Bible study, 7 pm. Ocean Community Church, 1492 Rte. 72, Manahawkin (609-597-5151 or www.oceanchurch.net) Sun., worship, 9 am (contemporary) & 11 am (traditional); nursery care is available for both services. Food pantry for anyone in need, Wed., 10 am-noon. Pinelands Community Church, (609-812-0073 or www.pinelandschurch.org) Meets at Frog Pond Elementary School, 305 Frog Pond Rd. off Rte. 539, Tuckerton, Sun., 10 am. Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Barnegat, East Bay Ave. (609-698-2058) Sun., worship, 10 am. Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Little Egg Harbor, 21 East Main St., Tuckerton (609-294-3636) Sun., worship, 10 am. St. Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Catholic Church, 747 West Bay Ave., Barnegat. (609-698-5531 or http.//stmary.shoresurfer. com) Masses, Sat., 5:30 pm; Sun., 8 & 10 am, noon & 5 pm; Mon.-Sat., 8 am. Confession, Sat., 3:30-4 pm. St. Mary of the Pines, McKinley Ave., Manahawkin. (609-698-5531 or http.//stmary.shoresurfer.com) Masses, Sat., 4 pm; Sun., 7:30, 9 & 11:30 am; Mon.-Fri., 9 am. Confession, 1st Sat. of each month, 3-4:30 pm. St. Stephenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Episcopal Church, 367 Rte. 9, Waretown (609-698-8561 or ststephenswaretown.com) Sun., Holy Eucharist, 8 & 10 am. Fri., morning prayer & healing, 9 am. St. Theresaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;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. 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 Jehovahâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;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 childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s program are available.

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Forever Fit Mature Adult Fitness, (800-560-9990) Southern Ocean Medical Centerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;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. Stephenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Episcopal Church, 357 Rte. 9, Waretown, Tues., 10:30-11:30 am, & Fri., 11 am-noon. Share Psychic & Intuitive Experience & Learning, Tudor Cottage, Little Egg Harbor. Participation is free; space is limited. Mon., 6-8 pm. Call Kathleen at 609-294-1013 or 609-709-9562 Bus Trips to Resorts International Casino, Leaves Great Bay Plaza, 200 Mathistown Rd., Little Egg Harbor. The Great Bay Womanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Club hosts the trips. Cost, $20, includes $22 casino voucher. 1st Thurs. of each month, 9:30 am. To reserve, call Jean at 609-296-4028. Old Barney Amateur Radio Club, Ocean Acres Community Center, 498 Nautilus Drive, Manahawkin (www.obarc.org) 1st Tues. of each month. Amateur radio VE test session, 6:30 pm; meeting, 7:30 pm. Open Rec Night for Children, Little Egg Harbor Community Center, 319 West Calabreeze Way, Mystic Island (609-296-9700) There are table games, board games, 2 Wii systems and more. Fri., 6-8:30 pm, except holidays. Beach Haven Community Arts Programâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Commemorative Bricks, The bricks are placed in the paths at Veterans Bicentennial Park in Beach Haven. Contribution, $100. Call 609-492-2253. Al-Anon/Alateen, (888-425-2666, or 856-5470855 daytime) This is a 12-Step program for friends and relatives of alcoholics. Alateen is for ages 10-18. This is not a religious program. Sun., Mill Creek Community Center, 1199 Mill Creek Rd., Manahawkin, step/discussion & Alateen, 7 pm. Mon., King of Kings Church, 1000 North Main St., Manahawkin, Beginners, 10 am; S/D, 10:30 am; Waretown United Methodist Church, Bryant Rd. (Rte. 612 east), S/D, 7:30 pm. Tues., Lutheran Church of the Holy Spirit, 333 North Main St., Manahawkin, beginner, 7 pm; S/D, 7:30 pm. Wed., West Creek United Methodist Church, Thomas Ave. & Rte. 9, S/D, 8-9 pm. Thurs., Mill Creek Community Center, beginner, 10 am; S/D, 10:30 am; St. Francis Community Center, 47th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach, beginner, 7 pm; S/D, 7:30 pm; Forked River Presbyterian Church, Rte. 9, S/D, 8 pm.


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Giffordtown Schoolhouse Museum, Leitz Blvd. & Wisteria Lane, Tuckerton (609-294-1547) The tworoom restored schoolhouse contains exhibits on the Tuckerton Railroad, the Tuckerton Wireless and more. Open Wed., 10 am-4 pm. Nashville Songwriters Assn. International Workshops, Pinelands Regional High School, Nugentown Rd., Little Egg Harbor (609-296-4881) Call Tommy Allen for information. 2nd Wed. of each month, 7-9 pm. Counseling Services Available, Monmouth/Ocean Division of Catholic Charities, 128 Cedar St., Tuckerton (732-505-3113) Individual, family and marital counseling are available for those in need regardless of race, color, religion or creed. Well Spouse Support Group, OCC Southern Education Center, 195 Cedar Bridge Rd., Manahawkin (609978-2077) The group is for spouses and partners of the chronically ill or disabled. Participants can share thoughts, feelings and anxieties in an informal, nonjudgmental environment. Meets last Wed. of each month, 8 pm. Ocean Acres Civic Assn., Ocean Acres Elementary School, Nautilus Drive, Manahawkin. Ocean Acres residents are welcome. Anyone requiring transportation, call 609-698-7583. Meets 2nd Tues. of each month, 7 pm. HIV/AIDS Education & Literature, LBI Health Dept., 11601 Long Beach Blvd., Haven Beach (609361-1000, ext. 250 or 609-492-1212) Free education and literature are available to any LBI resident. Referrals for testing also provided. All calls, appointments and referrals are confidential. Bike Registration Program, To reduce the frequency of bicycle thefts and expedite the return of stolen bikes, the LBI police departments have started a free program. Everyone, including visitors, is encouraged to register their bikes. Call for registration information. Beach Haven, 492-0505; Harvey Cedars, 609-494-3036; Long Beach Twp. & Barnegat Light, 609-494-3322; Ship Bottom, 609-494-1518, and at Walters Bicycles during business hours; Surf City, 609-494-8121. Diabetes Support Group, SOMC Family Resource Center, Ocean Club, 700 South Rte. 9, Manahawkin (800-560-9990) Meets 1st Thurs. of each month, 2 pm. LBI Swing Dance Club, Singles or couples, beginner or expert, ballroom, country, latin and swing dancers are welcome to meet at whatever establishment has the most suitable band each week. Contact 609-4949742 (weekends) or jtitus@ erols.com (weekdays). Battered Person Hotline, (732-322-9092) Call for help for anyone in Ocean County of any age who is abused or battered. Down’s Syndrome Support Group, Pinelands Regional High School, Nugentown Rd., Little Egg Harbor (609-294-0605 or 609-296-3109) High Hopes Support Group meetings are for anyone wishing to learn about Down Syndrome. 1st Mon. of each month, 7 pm. Ocean County Historical Society Museum, 26 Hadley Ave., Toms River (732-341-1880) Guided tours, Tues. & Thurs., 1-3 pm; Sat., 10 am-4 pm. Research library open, Tues., Wed. & Thurs., 1-4 pm; Sat., 10 am-4 pm. Divorced Parents Group, Stafford Twp. Recreation Center, 385 Jennings Rd., Manahawkin. Meets 3rd Thurs. of each month, 7:30 pm. Call Robert at 609978-0812. Family Planning Program, 1173 Beacon Ave., Suite B, Manahawkin (609-597-6094) Family Planning offers complete gynecological examinations, birth control information and supplies, sexually transmitted infection screening and pregnancy testing services for women. Fees are based on a sliding scale.

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Rolling Thunder POW-MIA & Veterans Organization, Lanoka Harbor Firehouse, Rte. 9, Lanoka Harbor (609-971-3544, 609-242-0626 or 609-698-8509) 3rd Tues. of each month, 7:30 pm. VFW Post 316 of Mystic Island, 259 Gifford Rd., Little Egg Harbor (609-296-2671) Meets 1st & 3rd Wed. of each month, 7:30 pm. New members are welcome. Informal Band & Sing-along Sessions, Knights of Columbus Hall, Forked River. Sat., noon-4 pm, when hall is not rented. Any musician or singer interested in playing or singing easy Dixieland-style arrangements can write to Joe Derhay, c/o Knights of Columbus, 15 East Lacey Rd., Forked River, NJ 08731. Visiting Homecare Service, (609-597-7211 or 732244-5565) This nonprofit organization offers housekeeping and health care services to Ocean County residents during times of illness, frailty or stress. Well Baby Clinic, LBI Health Dept., 11601 Long Beach Blvd., Haven Beach (609-361-1000, ext. 250 or 609-492-1212) Children from birth through preschool age must be registered in order to attend this monthly program, which provides well-care screenings, immunizations, developmental assessment and pediatric management. Call for appointment. Laurel Auxiliary, Tip Seaman County Park, Rte. 9 & Lakeview Drive, Tuckerton (609-296-4604 or 609296-5747) Comprised of all age groups, the auxiliary holds fund-raising and social events to support the Southern Ocean Medical Center Foundation. 1st Fri. of each month, 1 pm. Breast Cancer Support Group, SOMC Family Resource Center, Ocean Club, 700 South Rte. 9, Manahawkin (800-560-9990) The group is for women undergoing treatment for breast cancer, and their family members. Meets 2nd & 4th Tues. of each month, 7 pm. Barnegat Twp. Regular Republican Organization, Masonic Hall, East Bay Ave. Speakers and discussions are featured. New members are welcome. 3rd Tues. of each month, 7:30 pm. Call Jerry at 609-698-4322. Habitat for Humanity of Southern Ocean County Requests Donations & Volunteers, (609-978-9984) The goal is to raise funds to build homes for needy families. Call to volunteer; send donations to Habitat for Humanity, 668 Rte. 9, West Creek, NJ 08092. Early Intervention, Suite 10, 102 East Bay Ave., Manahawkin (609-597-0023) This free program is for children from birth through age 3 who have slow development or developmental disabilities. Parents attend with children and work with trained professionals. Kiwanis Club of Lacey, Angelo’s Oyster Bay Restaurant, Rte. 9, Forked River. Membership is open to active or retired people who live, work or conduct business from Bayville to Barnegat. Call Anne Gudzak, 609-693-3778. Meets Wed., noon.


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AIDS Testing & Counseling, 175 Sunset Ave., Toms River (732-341-9783) Ocean County Health Dept. provides free and confidential testing. No appointment necessary. Tues., 5:30-8 pm. Free Breast & Cervical Screening Available, Women ages 40-64 are invited to call The Lighthouse Network at 800-621-0096. Clinics are in Manahawkin, Toms River and Lakewood. Volunteers Wanted, Ocean County Historical Society, 26 Hadley Ave., Toms River (732-341-1880) The society seeks people who can give a few hours of help per week or month in the museum education department or library research center. Prior knowledge is not needed. Call Diane Lingsch or Linda Kay. Wanted: Men Who Like to Sing, The Barnegat Bay-Tones Chorus meets at old Stafford Library, 94 Stafford Ave., Manahawkin, Thurs., 7:30 pm. This barbershop chorus is looking for new members, ages 18-80. Learning tapes are provided for anyone who doesn’t read music. Call Don at 609-492-8381 or Phil at 609-698-6161. Crafty Ladies, St. Mary’s Church, Msgr. Reinbold Hall, 747 West Bay Ave., Barnegat. Mon., 1-3 pm, except holidays. Call Nancy at 609-660-0163.

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he Barnegat Historical Society holds a flea market on Saturday, Aug. 25, at the township municipal dock, beginning at 8 a.m. Rain date is Sept. 1 Society Vice President Cindy Janowiak said browsers can expect to find antiques, collectibles, boutique-style goods, sports memorabilia, new merchandise, handcrafted items, books, CDs, costume jewelry, T-shirts and more. The society will also have a white elephant table. There is no pre-registration, as vendors show up on a first-come, first-served basis. Janowiak said proceeds from the $20 fee for vendors go into the society’s general fund. The spaces are 20 by 19 feet and are large enough to accommodate a van and a 10- by 10-foot canopy.

“We’ve been doing it to help offset costs of making repairs to the buildings we have at the Heritage Village Center” on East Bay Avenue, she said. “When you have buildings dating back to the 19th century, there’s a need for constant upkeep. Our latest project will be putting up a new roof on the barber shop. It has an estimated cost of $10,000, so we’ll be doing some major fundraising to get that done.” The center is open from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturdays through Labor Day weekend. For more information, call Janowiak at 609-698-3788. —E.E.

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LBI Woodcarvers Assn., Call for location (609296-5606) Speakers demonstrate woodcarving and painting techniques. Senior members are eager to help newcomers get started. Guests, potential members and all skill levels are welcome. 2nd Wed. of each month, 7:30 pm. OCEAN Inc. Head Start, (732-244-5333) A free comprehensive health, education and social services preschool program for income-eligible families is offered for 3- and 4-year-olds. Call for eligibility guidelines. Immunization Clinic, (609-341-9700, Ext. 604) Free clinics are offered by Ocean County Health Dept. for infants to school-age children. Sessions are held in Manahawkin, Toms River and Lakewood. Call for appointment. Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE), (732-255-0404) Ocean County College, College Drive, Toms River. The organization is affiliated with the Federal Small Business Administration. Free advice is available from experienced professionals for new or existing small businesses. Casino Trips to Showboat, The Polish American Club & Associates host the trips, 2nd Tues. of each

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32 Lacey Democratic Club, Lacey Twp. Community Hall, Lacey Rd. & Rte. 9, Forked River. New members are welcome. 2nd Wed. of each month, 8 pm. Call John Coan at 609-693-9937. “Martha Mary Design Ministry,” St. Mary’s Church rectory, Barnegat. Decorating Committee meets 2nd Sat. of each month. New members are welcome. Call 698-5531. Library for the Blind & Handicapped, (800-7928322) Books are available on cassette and in large print at no cost. American Legion Fredrick W. Born Post 511 94 Stafford Ave., Manahawkin. 3rd Mon. of each month, 7 pm. New members are welcome; rides available. Call Cmdr. Bob Winder at 609-597-4309. Adult Health Promotion, LBI Health Dept. provides blood pressure screening plus health education on diet, medication and risk factors for diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and breast, cervical and colon/rectal cancer. Beach Haven Borough Hall, (609-492-0111) 1st Mon.

of each month, 10 am-noon. Island Branch Ocean County Library, Surf City (609-494-3064) 1st Tues. of each month, 11 am-noon. Harvey Cedars Police Dept., (609-494-2843) 3rd Tues. of each month, 9:30-10:30 am. Barnegat Light Borough Hall, (609-494-9196) 3rd Tues. of each month, 11 am-noon. LBI Health Dept., 11601 Long Beach Blvd., Haven Beach (609-361-1000, ext. 250 or 609-492-1212) 2nd & 4th Wed., 10 am-noon. CONTACT of Ocean County Offers Service, CONTACT is a 24-hour crisis intervention/listening telephone service available to the troubled, lonely, depressed or suicidal, as well as the individual who just needs someone to listen. Call 732-240-6100. Nurses Group, St. Mary’s Church, Msgr. Reinbold Hall, 747 West Bay Ave., Barnegat. New nurses and ideas are welcome. 2nd Wed. of each month, 7:30 pm. Call Peg Watson at 609-693-3645. Survivors of Suicide Support Group, St. Francis Center, Room 212, 47th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach. 2nd Thurs. of each month, 7:30 pm. Breakfast Is Served, Stafford Twp. Firehouse, 133 Stafford Ave., Manahawkin. 3rd Sun. of each month, 8 am-noon.

U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 7-10, Ocean Twp. Community Center, 239 11th St., Waretown. Visitors are welcome. 3rd Tues. of each month, 7:30 pm. Call Cmdr. Elise Carson at 609-971-0928. Adult Basic Skills Program Offered, St. Francis Center, 47th St. & Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach (609-494-8861, ext. 185) Any adult with literacy needs can receive help to improve reading and/or writing skills. Grandparents: Especially Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Support Group Meets, Holy Spirit Episcopal Church, Mary White Library, 220 East Main St., Tuckerton (609-296-8300) The Center for Healing and Wholeness hosts the group. 1st & 3rd Tues., 10 am. To register, call 296-8300; walk-ins are welcome. Soroptimist International of LBI, Soroptimist International is a worldwide organization of women in management and the professions, working together to advance human rights and the status of women. The chapter meets 2nd Wed. of each month, SeptemberJune, 6:30 pm at various LBI restaurants. Anyone interested in attending a meeting may call Beverly Welling at 609-492-1032.

Boys & Girls Club Car Campaign, (1-800-2460493) The clubs will accept most any car, with no restrictions. Cars will be sold at auction, and proceeds will help local clubs. Call for info. English Conversation Group, Island Branch Ocean County Library, 217 South Central Ave., Surf City (609-494-2480 or theoceancountylibrary.org) Groups meet in an informal environment and are led by trained volunteers. The group is intended for people who are new to speaking English. Tues., 3-4 pm or 4-5 pm. BNI Meetings, This is a business referral organization. Manahawkin chapter, Holiday Inn, Rte. 72, Tues., 8-9:30 am. Call Chris DiFrancia at 609-3846059. Waretown chapter, Ocean Breeze Diner, 562 Rte. 9 North, Thurs., 8-9:30 am. Visitors are welcome. The only cost is for the meal. Call Patti Greenwood at 609-698-5347. Helping Hands Mission Seeks Donations, This nonprofit, charitable organization purchases, collects and distributes supplies such as food, clothes, furniture, hygiene products for local children ages newborn-13 years who are in need. Write the mission at PO Box 504, Barnegat, NJ 08005.

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East Coast Boat Racing Club of NJ Seeks Members & Volunteers, Visit www.ecbrcnj.com. Post-Bariatric Surgery Support Group, SOMC Family Resource Center, Ocean Club, 700 South Rte. 9, Manahawkin (800-560-9990) 3rd Tues. of each month, 7 pm. Great Bay Women’s Club, Call for location (609-2960363) Community women meet to encourage friendship and unity through participation in civic, educational and social projects. Nonsectarian and nonpolitical. New members welcome. 3rd Fri. of each month, 1:30 pm.

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Pinelands Watershed Alliance, Call for location (609-296-1888) Anyone interested in the health and well-being of the Tuckerton/Little Egg Harbor watershed is invited. 4th Tues. of each month, 7 pm. Job Seekers Support Group, Ocean County College, Center for Business Education & Training, Room 104, 150 Brick Blvd., Brick (732-255-0400, ext. 2945, or www.ocean.edu/career.htm) The aim is to improve job search strategies, promote networking with other job seekers and offer job-seeking advice and job leads. Admission, free. Mon., 9-10 am. PHOBIA Panic & Anxiety Self-Help Support Group, St. Steven’s Episcopal Church, Rte. 9, Waretown (609-971-9110 or phobia@comcast.net) Meets Wed., 7-9 pm. LBI Health Dept. Offers Monthly Blood Pressure Screenings, 2nd Wed., LBI Health Dept., 11601 Long Beach Blvd., Haven Beach, 10-11 am; 1st. Mon., Beach Haven Boro Hall, Engleside & Bay aves., 10-11 am; 1st Tues., Ocean County Library, 3rd St. & Central Ave., Surf City, 11 am-noon; 3rd Tues., Harvey Cedars Police Dept., 76th St. & Long Beach Blvd., 9:30-10:30 am; Barnegat Light Boro Hall, 10 East 7th St., 11 am-noon.

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Veterans Service of Stafford, Chapter 35, Welcomes New Members, 94 Stafford Ave., Manahawkin (609-597-7997) The chapter serves disabled veterans. Scrapbooking, Little Egg Harbor Community Center, 319 West Calabreeze Way, Mystic Island (609-2969700) Participants are invited to bring their own supplies and meet new people. Admission, free. 3rd Sun. of each month, noon-6 pm. Postpartum Depression Help Available, PPD can affect any woman who is pregnant, recently had a baby, ended a pregnancy or miscarried, or stopped breastfeeding. Call the Regional Consortium of Monmouth & Ocean Counties, 732-363-5400, or the NJ Dept. of Health & Senior Services hotline (800-328-3838), or visit www.njspeakup.gov. Flag Disposal, Manahawkin Elks Lodge, 520 Hilliard Blvd. (609-597-1107) The lodge accepts worn and tattered flags for proper disposal. They may be dropped off at the bar daily, noon-8 pm. Funny Bunnies 4-H Club, Ocean Acres Community Center, 489 Nautilus Drive, Manahawkin. Meets 2nd Thurs. of each month, 7 pm. Contact Anne Machotka at 609-597-0421 or amachotka@yahoo.com.

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LBI’s ONLY Self Serve “Real” Frozen Yogurt Bar • 8 Delicious Flavors • Over 25 toppings to choose from

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Power Wheelchairs for Seniors & Disabled, Wishes on Wheels makes wheelchairs available to senior citizens and the permanently disabled who cannot walk and cannot self-propel a manual wheelchair in their home, and who meet additional guidelines. Call 800-823-5220 or visit www.threewhishes2.com. The Senior Mobility program provides the wheelchairs for those who cannot walk and cannot self-propel a manual wheelchair in their home, and who meet additional guidelines. No deposit is required. Call 800-451-0971. The Independent Seniors program makes electric wheelchairs to seniors (65 and up) and others permanently disabled at no out-of-pocket cost, if they qualify. If the need is for use in the home, call 800-383-8435. No nursing homes or HMO insurances. Miracle on Wheels makes chairs available to non-ambulatory senior citizens and

permanently disabled of any age, usually at no expense to those who qualify. Contact 866-6924 toll free. VASA Order of America, Meets at Pinelands Reformed Church, 898 Rte. 37 west, Toms River, 3rd Sun. of each month, 2 pm. Scandinavians, those of Scandinavian descent and anyone interested in Scandinavian heritage are welcome. Call Walter Emihl at 609-971-0688 or visit www.vasaorder.net?Lodge=d6 and click on Lodge Vagen. Caregivers Support Group, SOMC Family Resource Center, Ocean Club, 700 South Rte. 9, Manahawkin (800-560-9990) 3rd Mon. of each month, 3 pm.

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Family Child Care Providers Sought, Providers can earn an income by caring for up to five children in their Ocean County home. Call The Children’s Home Society of NJ at 732-905-6363, ext. 136. Artists Wanted, Pine Shores Art Assn., 94 Stafford Ave., Manahawkin (609-597-3557 or www.pineshoresartassociation.org) Members can exhibit their work and attend classes, demonstrations and bus trips at discounted rates.


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ENTERTAINMENT ROW BAR APPLEBEE’S BAR & GRILL BAYBERRY INN

THURSDAY FRIDAY

BREEZES BUCKALEW’S

The Groove, 7 pm

CALLAHAN’S

George Abbot

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

Brian Parr, 6-10 pm

DOYLE’S POUR HOUSE – TUCKERTON DUTCHMAN’S BRAUHAUS The Upstairs Bavarian Tavern The Quelle ENGLESIDE SAND BAR THE GATEWAY THE GRAPEVINE

at the tiki bar KUBEL’S TOO

LIGHTHOUSE TAVERN THE MARLIN NARDI’S

MONDAY

Joey D’s Doo Wop Party, 7:30 pm Rockin’ Renee, 7:30 pm George Abbot George Abbot The Mott’s Creek Pickers, 8 pm The MFFR’s, 8 pm

Steve Richter, 5 pm

Lenny G & The Soulsenders, 9:30 pm

Franklin Turnpike, 9:30 pm Shay Mac

Dave Jones, 5-8 pm Brother Pete, 9 pm Ted Hammock & Matt Fisher, 6-10 pm

Mushmouth, 9 pm

Jammin’ Janice karaoke

George Abbot

Lenny G Duo

Chris Fritz

Mike Byrne, 7:30 pm

country line dancing

Chuck Miller & Billy Walton

Ted Hammock & Jason Booth, 9 pm

Locals Night w/Ted Hammock Psychic readings by Lisa, 6 pm karaoke, 9 pm

Smokey Starr, 1 pm

Dan Barone, 6-10 pm

Lime Lite Reggae Band, 7-10 pm

Nitecrawlers, 9 pm

Billy Walton Band, 9 pm

Brian Eastburn

Pat Karwan

Depot Dogs, 3:30 pm

Rob Paparozzi & Pat Karwan, 7:30 pm Smokey Starr

Chris Fritz, 3-7 pm Dan Brown, 8 pm

Tropicali Orchestra & Revue, 3-7 pm Weird Owl karaoke, 8 pm

Glenn ‘Kootz’ Face Down, 3-7 pm Taylor, 3-7 pm Weird Owl karaoke, 8 pm Jason Booth, 4-8 pm

AJ Stone, 3-7 pm

Chris Gustelli, 3-7 pm

Dan Brown, 3-7 pm

Weird Owl, 8 pm

Capt. Bill Jimmy on piano The Benjamins

open mike

Mashwork Orange

Big Baby Ernie

The Jonzes, 3-7 pm

Your Ex Boyfriends, 3-7 pm Chris Thomas, 3-7 pm

Guy Petersen, 7 pm

Guy Petersen, 10 pm

Dan Brown, 10 pm

Fred Conley

Alcoweed

Frankie & The Burn

Burnt Sienna

Lucky You

Mashwork Orange

The Lost Trailers

Face Down, 5 pm Animal House, 10 pm

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

Ted Hammock, 9 pm Dan Barone, 10 pm

Brian Parr, 10 pm

Dylan Manfredi, 9 pm

4-7 pm

The Danksters, 10 pm

Psychedelic Eggplant, 10

Chris Vito, 9:30 pm

Joe LaRosa

Jimmy & The Parrots, 10 pm

Naked Twister, 10 pm

The Impulsives, 3:30-7:30 pm

Monte’s Pool Party with Shorty Long & The Replicants, 3:30-7:30 The Jersey Horns, 3:30 pm Ted Hammock & Matt Fisher, 10 pm Dave Jones, 3-7 pm Tony Pileggi, 3-7 pm

at the tiki bar Pat Karwan, 3-7 pm Fred Conley, 5-9 pm

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

The Nerds

3 AM

Pasta & Sinatra, 5 pm Elvis Show, 5 pm Love Puppies, 10 pm Rock Lobsters, 10 pm

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

SPRAY BEACH INN

WEDNESDAY

George Abbot

OCTOPUS’S GARDEN PLANTATION RICK’S AMERICAN CAFÉ

TUESDAY

Jason Booth

HOW YOU BREWIN?

JOE POP’S

SUNDAY

acoustic music, 9 pm

CALLOWAYS DADDY O

SATURDAY

The Kootz, 10 pm

No Discipline, 10 pm

Matt Fisher

Fred Conley

Tyler Shay, 7:30 pm

Brian Smallwood, 8 pm

Pasta & Sinatra, 5 pm Liquid A, 10 pm April, 6-9 pm

Weird Owl karaoke, 5 pm Rock Lobsters, 10 pm April, 6-9 pm

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

Chris Fritz, 5-8 pm

live entertainment

live entertainment

Bill & Andy Show, 5 pm

NOTE: SOME VENUES MAY HAVE DJS OR OTHER DIVERSIONS ON OTHER NIGHTS. Little Egg Harbor Twp. Citizens on Patrol, Little Egg Harbor Senior Center, 641 Radio Rd., Mystic Island (609-294-9397) 2nd Mon. of each month, 7 pm. MOMS Club of Manahawkin & Little Egg Harbor Twp., The support group is for stay-at-home moms or those who work part-time. Children are welcome at every activity. Call Libby Byrne at 609-978-9560. Mah-jongg Club, Mill Creek Community Center, 1199 Mill Creek Rd., Manahawkin. Mon., Tues. & Thurs., 1 pm.

Irish Dancing, Ocean Acres Community Center, 489 Nautilus Drive, Manahawkin (609-978-1325) Ceili dancing and set dancing are taught. Cost, $5 per class. Mon., 7-8:30 pm.

Surf City Fire Co. & EMS Women’s Auxiliary Seeks Members, Meets at Surf City Firehouse, 713 Long Beach Blvd., 2nd Tues. of each month, 7 pm. Call Sandy at 609-494-6127.

Italian American Club of Stafford, 41 Cedar Run Dock Rd., Manahawkin (609-597-4265) Meets 2nd Wed. of each month, 7:30 pm.

Zonta Club of Southern Ocean County, SOMC Center for Health, 279 Mathistown Rd., Little Egg Harbor. This international service organization works to elevate the status of women locally and world wide. Dinner meeting, 2nd Mon. of each month, 6 pm. Call Barbara Miller at 609-296-7024.

Volunteers Needed, LBI Historical Museum, Engleside & Beach aves., Beach Haven. Call 609492-4218.

English Conversations, Barnegat Branch Ocean County Library, 112 Burr St. (609-698-3331) New speakers of English get the chance to practice and develop self-confidence in groups or 1-on-1. Call to register or stop by the registration desk. Models Needed, Pine Shores Art Assn., 94 Stafford Ave., Manahawkin (609-597-3557) Models are for portrait classes on Sun., 1-3 pm, and Mon., 7-9 pm. Undraped models are needed for the life drawing class on Thurs., 7-9 pm. Compensation is $20 per hour.


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Assorted Bagels

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EARTHEN VESSELS: This Friday night’s concert will feature three different acts, from 7 to 9 p.m. embers of Manahawkin Baptist Church and the Missions Committee are compiling lists of supplies and reThe Seafood Treasure Map Of freshments including cakes, cookies, brownies, watermelon, chocolates, coffee, tea and soda, while musicians rehearse their set lists for the Coffee House Concert, 7 to 9 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 24, at the church. “MBC invites people of all ages to join us for an outdoor coffee house with live music under the stars,” invites the church, founded in 1745 and one of the state’s oldest churches in continuous existence. “Music is provided by Earthen Vessels; a teen trio; and Nathan Didlake and Will Duvall.” Duvall (willduvall.com, or myspace.com/ willduvall) is the church worship director. He also performs on acoustic guitar Sunday eveIf you like Seafood, you’ll love it here! nings this summer at daddy O’s rooftop lounge We will prepare your favorite dishes in Brant Beach. Nathan Didlake plays guitar or bass, and is the church youth director. for you to enjoy in our indoor dining •Clams Casino •Cooked Shrimp Earthen Vessels (search New Jersey bands on ShoutLife.com) was formed about three room, our outside seating area •Crab Cakes •Jumbo Shrimp years ago, said drummer Mark Hartmann of or take it with you. •King Crab •Sea Scallops Mayetta. John Rayment of Barnegat is on lead guitar and vocals. •Snow Crab •Soft Shell Crabs “He writes a lot of the music that we do,” • Appetizers • Steamed Shellfish said Hartmann. In addition to original pieces, •Dungeness Crabs •Hard Shell Crabs the band performs contemporary songs such • Seafood Pasta Dishes • Fried Platters & Buckets •Lobster Tails •Mussels as “Trading My Sorrows,” “Jesus, Lover of My • Broiled, Grilled, or Blackened dishes • Sandwiches Soul” and “Mighty to Save.” •Mahi Mahi •Steamers Nichole Naughton of Forked River is lead • Combination Meals • Lobster Feasts & More... •Salmon Filet •Home Made Soups vocalist, and her husband, Marty, on bass rounds out the band. •YellowFin Tuna •Land and Sea Salads “We formed the band in 2009 and play a combination of original contemporary Christian •Swordfish •Flounder music, covers of contemporary Christian songs PICK YOUR OWN •Fluke and Christian worship music. We desire to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ through our lives and our music, and to show others how truly awesome our God is,” said Rayment, a member FROM OUR of Grace Calvary Church in Ship Bottom, where he is involved in the worship ministry. Remember this ad and get “Admission is free and beverages and dessert will be available at no charge. If you choose to 100 Clams make a donation, a free-will offering will be LOBSTER TANK for $30 accepted to support missionaries locally and abroad,” states the Missions Committee, which In Our Fresh Fish Market supports accredited missionaries serving in New Jersey, Texas and Washington state, as well as those in France, Italy, Lithuania, Africa, Bahrain and Thailand. “IF IT SWIMS WE’VE GOT IT, IF IT SMELLS WE’VE HAD IT TOO LONG.” Bring your own outdoor seating, and bug “THIS PAPER ALSO GOOD FOR WRAPPING FISH” spray might be handy. The outdoor concert will be moved indoors in the event of rain. Manahawkin Baptist Church is on the corner of Beach Avenue and Hilliard Boulevard, the Route 9 bypass to East Bay Avenue. From Long Beach Island, turn right at the first traffic light on the mainland, go left on East Bay Avenue, and just beyond the boat sales yard, turn right Delaware & the Blvd. • Beach Haven Terrace at Hilliard Boulevard. —N.R.

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Eat In or Take Out

Complete Selection of Fresh Seafood

LOBSTER LIVE

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

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Prime Rib

Wednesday & Thursday Nights

17.95

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Slow roasted Black Angus Rib with cabernet jus and creamy horseradish

A Sampling of Our Dinner Selections ASIAGO CRUSTED CHICKEN

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

CITRUS TEQUILA SHRIMP

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

SEAFOOD TRIO

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

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

FLOUNDER PANKO

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

Welcome Back to Our Home Late Summer 2012 B.L.T. Gazpacho With Apple Smoked Bacon, Butter Lettuce, Tuscan Garlic Croutons and Teardrop Tomatoes 12

Imported Burrata Bruschetta

With Homemade Fig Marmalade, Baby Arugula, Grilled Tuscan Bread & Prosciutto Di Parma 15

Panzanella Salad

With Toasted Croutons, Fresh Mozzarella, Jersey Beefsteak Tomatoes, Garden Basil and Capers 14

Slow Roasted Beet & Ginger Tartare

With Toasted Macadamias, Baby Greens and Goat’s Cheese 12

Jumbo Lump & Lobster Crabcake

With Ancho Chile Remoulade, Mango Guacamole 18

Dayboat Scallops Ceviche

With Tropical Fruit, Red Thai Chili & Watercress 15

Stuffed Zucchini Blossoms

Mozzarella, Capers, Sicilian Anchovies, Basil Pesto, Yellow Tomato Vinaigrette 14

Prince Edward Island Mussels

Steamed with Leeks, Saffron, Champagne & A Touch Of Cream 15

Asian Bibb Lettuce Cups With Chinese Pulled Pork, Toasted Peanuts and Napa Cabbage & Carrot Slaw 15

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Hudson Valley Duck Three Ways

Pan Seared Breast with Scallion Pancake Duck & Armagnac Sausage with Savoy Cabbage and Dried Cherries Crispy Confit with Wild Mushroom Risotto 42

Handmade Ricotta Gnocchi

With Sweet Sausage Bolognese and Agri Dolce Peppers 28

Roasted Black Sea Bass

With Farro, Forbidden Black Rice, Wilted English Pea Sprouts and Orange Vinaigrette - Market

Miso Marinated Black Cod

CHILEAN SEA BASS

With Baby Bok Choy, Shitake Mushrooms and Sticky Rice 36

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With Roasted Garlic Whipped Potatoes, Jumbo Vidalia Onion Ring and Seasonal Vegetables 38

Pan seared and oven glazed with our delicious Caribbean mango chutney Grilled 10oz. prime angus ¿let (6oz. for the not so hungry) served with jumbo onion rings and our merlot demi-glaze

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

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

Grilled Filet Mignon

Whole Wheat Bucatini With Wild Mushrooms, English Peas, Pancetta Lardon, Porcini Creme & Shaved Black Summer Truffles 28

Seared Viking Village Scallops With Edamame Succotash, Grilled Fingerling Potatoes, Fresh Basil and White Corn Foam 30

All Natural New Zealand Lamb Porterhouse

OPEN DAILY FOR LUNCH AT 11:30 A.M. - 7:30 P.M.

Red Currant and Rosemary Bordelaise Golden Potato Pavè and Broccolini 36

OPEN DAILY FOR DINNER AT 5 P.M. - 9:00 P.M.

With Israeli Couscous, uscous, Slow Roasted Fennel & Oran Orange Gremolata 36

Dine under our Tiki Hut or on the Sun Deck

Monkfish Osso Buco

Dine inside our beautiful Caribbean Style dining room or outside under the Giant Tiki Hut Inside seating on Saturday & Sunday nights

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ou know what I’m seeing a lot of in 2012? Taped stickers. And a lot of them are political campaign stickers. Stickers, by their very nature, do not need tape. They have sticky stuff. That’s why they are called stickers. Sports team stickers, surf stickers, scratch and sniffs, witty bumper stickers, die-cuts, Euro stickers, “My kid is an entitled brat genius” stickers … whatever they may be, they are made to self-adhere to your surfboard, fridge, skateboard or, most commonly, your car. The other day I saw an Obama 2012 sticker that was taped to the inside window of a car. With the tape, you can remove the sticker with a minimum amount of effort. What’s interesting is that folks have the sticker removal in mind. If Obama loses the election on Nov. 7, folks can remove the sticker on Nov. 8. In fact, the Obama campaign is selling red, white and blue, circular, made in the USA, Obama 2012 car magnets for $10. Then there isn’t even a chance of tape residue when you remove it. What kind of strategy is that? All of this doesn’t show a whole lot of faith in your candidate, and that’s understandable. I mean, even if your guy won, the only cars that still have Bush/Cheney 2004 stickers are Hummers. And you have to imagine there were some razor knives involved in removing McCain/ Palin stickers since 2008. Frankly, there shouldn’t be much shame that you voted for a war hero. After all, John McCain made this election’s Republican candidates look like a room full of bobble head dolls – except for Ron Paul (a few good policies, but he might have actually had a bobble head). However, it would be a little embarrassing to keep driving around displaying the fact that you thought it was a good idea to have Sarah Palin one spot away from commander in chief unless you think you’re scoring karma points for supporting the mentally challenged. I bought a Barack Obama T-shirt in 2008. It was a parody of the “Banned in DC” artwork of the self-titled album by the Bad Brains, the high-energy, all-black punk rock band that was expelled from all Washington, D.C. venues in the early ’80s for their raucous, politically charged shows. The artwork, in red, green and gold, has the Capitol building being struck by lightning. In place of the band name, my T-shirt says Barack Obama in the same style lettering. Like many, I assumed that a positive revolution was coming. I admit I don’t wear the shirt much now. I guess that’s the equivalent of removing a sticker. Simply put, there hasn’t been too much Change with a capital “C” in our everyday lives. True, he took the helm of a sinking ship while the previous captain kept blowing cannon holes in the hull. I don’t deny Obama’s good intentions, but he has proved to be more of a politician than a bolt of lightning striking our nation’s capital. That said, people who complain about changes from the Obama administration are just cranky ideologues. Nothing has gotten done in either camp to effect real change. That’s not to mention that if at any point in the last two years the president said he would buy every American an ice cream cone, John Boehner would have declared that he was lactose intolerant. Plus, Donald Trump has been a pain in the ass that no one should have to endure. It wouldn’t surprise me if the GOP sells more stickers slamming Obama this year than supporting Mitt Romney. If you have some kind of vintage hatchback with a Carter/Mondale sticker, that would be kind of cool. And man, if you have a gravity

bong with a Clinton ’92 sticker right now, you can inhale all day long. Last weekend, Alliance for a Living Ocean ran the fourth annual LBI Longboard Classic, and if ever there was an event that ran purely on will, this was it. When directors and competitors arrived early on Saturday morning, the rain could have drenched even the highest of spirits. And the surf – well, there was no surf. And by “no surf” I mean there wasn’t any whitewater beyond the 1-foot shorebreak. No surf. “Though the weather started out rough, those that stuck it out were rewarded with an absolutely gorgeous day with great vibes all around. ALO would like to thank all of our participants, sponsors, volunteers and spectators for making the day a fantastic success,” said Executive Director Chris Huch. Guess when you’re an organization that fights for ecological issues in the face of much larger powers that be, you don’t give up too easily. By the semis and fi nals, the tide had receded, and there was a little waist-high ripple coming through. The event went on hold early through the deepest of the tide. The decision was made to run the skimboard fi rst. Dane Nugent, Conor Willem, Brian Carey and Siobahn McAullife came down to judge, and the kids went right at it. Beach Haven’s Will Seddon took fi rst place, followed by Joe Kramkoski and Tristan Lamson. The second half of the summer is usually when LBI holds all its surf events, and it’s been an unlucky few weeks for waves. You don’t need much to hold a longboard event, but you do need something. By mid-day there was fi nally a rideable wave coming through. And there were some beautiful old logs down on the beach, mostly near 50 years old. There are prized collectibles that come out once a year for this event, family heirlooms and yard sale finds. Bob Selfridge had a rare “twin pin” – a swallow of sorts with a medium-sized fi n on each point of the tail that he found in the garbage. I don’t know that anyone has ever seen one before. Lots of acid in the ’60s …. The Women’s division was largely the Sikkema show. Jackie Sikkema of Harvey Cedars, who earlier this summer won the Island Surf and Sail Ladies Paddle Challenge, took fi rst place. Mary Tantillo, who had just unveiled the big “Primavera” project at her SwellColors glass studio the night before, took second, and Lizzy Sikkema took third. There was also a paddle race where Mike Dancha of Surf City, a longtime member of the Long Beach Township Beach Patrol, took fi rst. That should make us feel safe if we’re ever caught in a deadly rip current. He was followed by Kyle Fallon and Rachel Schott. Fallon and Schott also won the tandem, just ahead of Bill DeWitt and Ana Duarte-Silva. DeWitt, of Beach Haven, is always a contender at this. Can someone tell me where he gets these skills? Who practices tandem surfi ng? I’m also not sure when Kevin Budd and Luke Mutterer are turning 15, but these two have been owning the kids division since the inception of the Classic. Budd aced another one and Muttered took third, with Michael Dorval in the number two slot. The Men’s division has always been a heated event. The 2012 LBI Longboard Classic went to Kurt Scheibner, 25, of Ship Bottom. But Scheibner, who made the finals in 2010 and won last year, had his work cut out for him. Not only was there a solid contingent from Monmouth County, like James Contreras, who took third, but for the fi rst time Bill Willem of Surf City brought his cross step skills Continued on Page 45, Sec. 2

Courtesy Janet Nelson

Pat Johnson

LBI CLASSICS: The ‘Sandbar Family Golfers’ (top) and 18 additional paintings depicting island fun were created by Janet Nelson (above), shown with her ‘Peahala Park Mermaid.’

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hen we think of Wisconsin, football and ice hockey are the sports that come to mind. And for many years, Barnegat artist and former Wisconsin native Janet Nelson lived in Green Bay, home of the Green Bay Packers, a team she heartily supports. So, do they even play miniature golf in Wisconsin? “Yes, they do,” said Nelson. “But it’s not as prolific as it is here on the Jersey Shore.” Over the winter, Nelson was approached by Sandbar Mini Golf owners Ursula and Bill Hodgson about creating the overall look for their new golf course in Surf City. Ursula was

familiar with Nelson’s happy, cartoon-style, “Beachy Keen” paintings of women having a fun time at the shore from her show last year at Gallery 1603 in Surf City. Since there are 18 miles of Long Beach Island, they decided each hole would relate to each area or, lacking a particular icon, depict what’s fun to do everywhere on Long Beach Island. The buzzword for the paintings is “fun,” and Nelson’s cartoon figures and bright colors are “smile-licious,” she said, coining her own delicious word. Nelson had a bit of a conundrum, having moved here four years ago and somewhat a Continued on Page 48, Sec. 2


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BEACH HAVEN GARDENS—$899,000

BARNEGAT LIGHT

BEACH HAVEN CREST

Reverse living, oceanblock contemporary just 8 houses to the beach. Wide street with nice homes and easy access to the beach. Four bedrooms and 2½ baths. Granite kitchen with large breakfast bar. Two decks. Large lot. Rooftop deck for ocean, bay and Barnegat Light views. Offered at $869,000

Fantastic ocean block home with 4 large bedrooms, 3 full and 1 half baths. Beautifully appointed with fantastic touches throughout. Gorgeous bathrooms and kitchen. Three decks with some of the best views on LBI! Prewired for sound, vaulted ceilings and a large open Àoor plan. Offered at $1,499,000

THE DUNES

Income producing opportunity W/5 store potential sitting across from Bay Viilage and all under one roof. Front store with over 1500 sq. ft. and 4 others ranging from 320 sq. ft. to 650 sq. ft. Storage, security system and a fenced in storage area. BEST LOCATION IN BEACH HAVEN. Offered at $995,000

Fantastic custom 4 bedroom home with 2 large living areas on the 1 À oor which open to a designer kitchen with a butler’s pantry. Unique oversized master suite with ¿ replace. Substantial rental history and in pristine condition. Offered at $1,299,000

BRANT BEACH

Second from the bay. Over 10,000 sq. ft. Build your dream house on one of the few remaining oversized building sites. Outstanding water views. Quiet cul-de-sac street in Brant Beach with bay access. Offered at $725,000

HARVEY CEDARS

Fantastic beach investment opportunity. Co-ownership of a million dollar home with 10 weeks available per year. One off of the ocean, great views and large deck. Three bedrooms and 1 ½ baths per À oor. Offered at $179,000

BEACH HAVEN COMMERCIAL

NORTH BEACH HAVEN

Ocean block duplex with ocean views. Nicely updated with vinyl siding, air conditioning and a fenced yard. Excellent rental history. Great location close to activities, restaurants and shopping. Excellent site for new construction. Offered at $673,000

SPRAY BEACH

Classic ocean side duplex with 2 bedrooms and 1 bath per Àoor. The home has an interior staircase and rear decks off of the 1st and 2nd Àoors. Only 8 houses to the beach! Offered at $599,000

BEACH HAVEN TERRACE

Oceanfront duplex with 65’ of beach frontage. Three bedrooms on each Àoor and remodeled in 2005. Great rental history. Can use as is or rebuild into a spacious single family home. Offered at $1,250,000

SPRAY BEACH

6 bedrooms, 3 ½ bath oceanside contemporary with bay views. Entire 2nd Àoor master suite offers its own living area, exercise room, luxurious bath with spa tub, deck and laundry. 60’ x 100’ lot. Bring the whole family. Offered at $939,000

BEACH HAVEN CREST—$469,900 BEACH HAVEN—$875,000 Oceanviews-Built 2005 w/2500 sq ft, Commercial & legal duplex! 2 brms, 1 Grand Colonial! 1981 sf, 5 brms, 1.5 fam & liv rm, 4/5 brms, 3 bths, 80x90! bth, kitchen & family rm each level, bths, garage/bunk hs, gas, c/a, sun rm! www.lbihomevalues.com/3059517 1590sf! lbihomevalues.com/3060499 www.lbihomevaluescom/3055229

BEACH HAVEN GARDENS—$899,000

BEACH HAVEN—$469,900 Vintage Victorian! 50x107 oceanside lot! 1316 liv sf, 3 brms, 1.5 bths, kit, liv rm, din rm, mud rm,c/a & gas heat

BRANT BEACH—$545,000-OCEANBLK

NORTH BEACH-$775,000-100X100 LOT

Bayviews-Immaculate 4 brms, 2 bths, 1651sf, 2-car garage, open liv/kit/din! www.lbihomevalues.com/3059511

MANAHAWKIN—569,900–60’W/F BUILT 2000! 1648 sf, 3 brms, 2bths, living rm, fam rm, dining rm, hrdwd flrs, multi-level decking w/bayviews!!

Rebuilt 2002! 2820 sf, 4 brms, 2 bths, fam rm, sun room, den, dining rm, c/a, decks! lbihomevalues.com/3060200

BRIGHTON BEACH—$325,000 Oceanblock twnhome, 2 brms, 1 bth, c/a, gas heat, new kitchen, courtyard www.lbihomevalues.com/3057381

SHIP BOTTOM—$375,000 Ranch/Storefront!1 Blk to ocean!996 sf Remodeled, 2 brm 1.5 bths, decking! www.lbihomevalues.com/3054717

MANAHAWKIN—$625,000 Bayfront—69x90 lot, 2484 sf, 4 brms, 2.5 bths! wood flrs, c/a,gas heat www.lbihomevalues.com/3057198

MANAHAWKIN-$450,000-COVES Cul-de-sac!! Renovated! 2255 sf, 4 brm, 3 bth, 154’ bulkhd,c/a &gas heat! Garage! lbihomevalues.com/3057227

Manahawkin-485,000-8 hms to bay!! New kitchen, hrdwd flr, 1784 sf,4brms, 2 bths, new blk hd, new trex dock & decking, lbihomevalues.com/3057013

MANAHAWKIN-$329,900 Immaculate 3 brm, 2 bth home on corner 100x131 lot, 2190 sf, private fenced yard, dining room, fam rm, liv rm! lbihomevalues.com/3059777

CUL-DE-SAC-Built 2000 w/2457 sq ft, 4/5 brms, 2.5 bths, 262X170 LOT! 2-car garage, fenced yard!Immaculate! www.lbihomevalues.com/3059377

Oceanviews-Built 2005 w/2500 sq ft, fam & liv rm, 4/5 brms, 3 bths, 80x90! www.lbihomevalues.com/3059512

Steps to ocean! 4 brms, 2 bths, 1440 sf, 50x75 lot, c/a & gas heat! Must see www.lbihomevalues.com/3058839

BEACH HAVEN TERRACE

Cute Cape Cod situated on a 90’ x 65’ corner lot. Four bedrooms, 1 ½ baths and gas hot water baseboard heat. Tall two car garage is great for the hobbyist or storage of your RV or boat. Offered at $630,000

SURF CITY—$590,000—BAYSIDE

Bayviews-4 brms, 2.5 bths, sold within 30 days of being on the market! Call Mary Ann to sell today!

THE DUNES

Fantastic bayfront location in The Dunes. Six large bedrooms and open living/dining, kitchen area. Amazing bay views. Newer bulkhead and good rental history. Irregular lot with 70’ on the bay and 58’ on the street. Offered at $1,699,900

SHIP BOTTOM — $629,900!

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BRANT BEACH

Lovingly maintained oceanfront home features 4 bedrooms, 4 baths and 3 decks with ocean views and direct beach access. Open À oor plan, reverse living with many updates throughout. Excellent rental income producer. Offered at $1,450,000

Stafford Township – Ground level condominium with virtually no steps to enter. Beautifully upgraded custom unit shows like a sophisticated model home. Located in The Landings in Manahawkin and offering a community pool with easy access to shopping. Garage with direct entry, ¿nished basement and so much more. Offered at $205,000

BEACH HAVEN PARK

Fourth from the bay offering lovely bay view. Remodel, build new 2000 sq. ft. home or leave as is for LBI beach house ambience. Duplex with 3 bedrooms and 1 bath per Àoor. Being sold furnished. Offered at $549,000

SHIP BOTTOM

HOLGATE

Cape Cod just steps to the beach and in move-in condition. New carpet, doors, refrigerator and freshly painted. Four bedrooms plus a second Àoor alcove perfect for home of¿ce or den. Offered at $539,000

High visibility corner location catches all of the inbound LBI traf¿c. 80' x 100' lot zoned commercial for retail, of¿ce, food or amusements. This site sits next to another 80' x 100' lot also for sale offering a full block on Long Beach Blvd., the main thoroughfare on LBI. Offered at $574,000

MANAHAWKIN

BEACH HAVEN

Cute, clean and furnished bay front condo located in the heart of Beach Haven. Recently updated 1 bedroom condo overlooking the bay. Sit on your deck and watch the sunset. Complex features a pool, hot tub and clubhouse. Don't miss this gem! Offered at $399,900

BRANT BEACH CONDO

Sweet, turn-key condo just 6 houses to the beach. Excellent condition. Rent or use as your LBI getaway. Offered at $379,000

BEACH HAVEN PARK

Harris Harbor bayfront Cape Cod style duplex on a 65’ x 155’ lot with a detached oversized garage. Each À oor has 2 bedrooms. Property has a bulkhead. Offered at $1,099,000

Oasis in Downtown Manahawkin. Island Gate townhome with 3br 2.5ba pristine condition with many upgrades. Pool in the complex and maintenance free living. Conveniently located to wonderful shopping and fabulous beaches. Can't be missed! Offered at $259,900

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CEDAR RUN—$369,900

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By BILL GEIGER y this time in the summer I’ve already screened close to 30 films, so I usually try to pick ones that either sound interesting or I think I’d like. I’ve seen so many by now that I like to think I deserve to indulge my personal tastes a little bit. Of course I always keep my eye on the theaters and what’s playing; on the box office the films are bringing in; and on those entertainment shows to see what people are talking about. This week, we have three films on the docket that epitomize typical summer fare. One’s a comedy, one’s an action adventure, and one sort of defies classification. It is as serendipitous a triad as you can get in a usual summer fortnight. As for their various merits, please read on. More than 20 years have passed since the original Doug Quaid (Arnold Schwarzenegger) decided to have memories implanted into his psyche in order to boost the quality of his life, which he’s been lately questioning as unfulfilling and dismissing as really bland. So our first film this week is the action adventure “Total Recall,” a remake of the 1990 film of the same name and directed by Paul Verhoeven. The new one stars Colin Farrell and is directed by Len Wiseman. I liked the new one better, mainly because I found Farrell to be a better fit than Ah-nold the Austrian was. Doug Quaid might be the quintes-

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sential representation of what King Crimson called the “21st Century Schizoid Man.” He learns that he’s really a highly trained operative working in a dystopian society in the late 21st century, one that has been decimated by chemical warfare and has only two inhabitable areas: one on one hemisphere of the Earth, called the United Federation of Britain, and the other on the opposite end of the world, called The Colony, which is essentially Australia. To travel between them, the UFB built a sort of elevator train, called The Fall, which actually travels at supersonic speed through the center of the Earth, core and all. It takes less than 20 minutes! That beats the Schuylkill Expressway even on a good day. Anyway, the 1 percent lives in the UFB, the other 99 live in The Colony. Naturally, with such a disparity, there would be riots and anarchy and a heavily-armed underground bent on overthrowing the UFB government. Everyman Doug Quaid lives in The Colony, but commutes to UFB to work every day. He helps build the robotic storm troopers the UFB uses to keep a lid on the anarchists. But remember, Doug had been an operative with the rebels, and he slowly comes to remember bits and pieces from his former life. All this happens because he’s enticed to try out getting memories implanted into his brain from a company called Rekall, with the tagline “We can remember it for

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HOME BASE: South Jersey STYLE: Crazed rock ’n’ roll covers and far-out classic jams. LINEUP: Chef George Fisher, drums, vocals; Brian “The Brain” Smallwood, vocals, keys, harp, guitar; Craven Moorehead, lead guitar, vocals; Dave “Moose” Galloway, bass, vocals. SOUND BYTE: Among many and varied musical influences, the guys cite classic rock, blues, Biritish invasion and grunge. TWO’S TAKE: It’s a no-brainer. Grab a spoon and dig in – there’s plenty for everyone. CHECK OUT: OUT: Chef George’s Brain Stew, the Facebook page. BE THE JUDGE: Saturday, Aug. 25, at the Tuckerton Beach Grille, 8 p.m. —V.L. you.” Serving as the basis for both “Total Recall” films is the story of Philip K. Dick’s We Can Remember It for You Wholesale. Dick was a prolific sci-fi writer of the 1960s,’70s and ’80s. Wiseman’s film is more faithful to Dick’s original story. As Quaid gets strapped in for the

memory implants, it becomes apparent to the Rekall people that he has memories of high-speed chases, battles, and hand-to-hand fighting much more “real” than the memories they can give him. Before they can disrupt the process just beginning, some UFB troopers burst in and

HOME BASE: Ramsey STYLE: Fun-loving rock covers from the greatest eras in musical history – Floyd, Clapton, Dead, Stones, Zeppelin, Dylan, Hendrix, Beatles and Elvis, sure. But also keep an ear open for some Nirvana and Radiohead. LINEUP: Dave Kopec, guitar and vocals; Erik Davi, drums and vocals; Dave Tarzian, keyboard, tenor sax and vocals; Charlie Holmgren, bass and vocals. SOUND BYTE: “With the maturity that only thousands of gigs can provide, Franklin Turnpike sounds better than ever.” TWO’S TAKE: In the course of more than 20 years together, personnel changes and evolutionary stages have taken the band from James Taylor and Steely Dan to Metallica and Rage Against the Machine and back again. FUN FACT: FACT: The band is named for the address of the garage where it all began, at the corner of Main Street and Franklin Turnpike in Ramsey. CHECK OUT: Franklin Turnpike’s Facebook page BE THE JUDGE: Saturday, Aug. 25, at Buckalew’s, Beach Haven. —V.L.

attempt to neutralize the situation, until Quaid is able to disarm one of them and kill off the whole bunch of bumbling government agents. Upon arrival home, while watching a news report on TV, Quaid mentions to his loving wife Lori (Kate Beckinsale) that he killed the troopers in the news report; Lori then tries to kill him, and we learn that Lori is a government operative set up to live with Doug to keep an eye on him. Doug goes on the run, where he’s rescued by Melina (Jessica Biel), a rebel who was searching for him. It turns out that Doug was Hauser, a high-level rebel operative that the UFB tried to turn, and the rest of the film finds Doug/Hauser on the run, trying to piece together his story and avoid Lori, who has been ordered by Cohaagen (Bryan Cranston), the UFB president, to kill him. “Total Recall” is a high-spirited romp with hair-raising chases and lots of hand-to-hand combat. Quaid/ Hauser fights with everyone, and the fights between Lori and Melina are vigorous to say the least. Farrell is solid as Quaid, suitably befuddled but able to remember more and more as things begin to fall into place for him. But as they do, the bad guys are often a small step behind. Cranston is suitably creepy and menacing as Cohaagen, working hard to keep the status quo and remove Quaid/Hauser from the equation. The women, Beckinsale and Biel, are equally solid in their roles, Lori steely cool and deadly as she searches for her quarry and Melina more nurturing and loving as she tries to protect Quaid and help him remember his past. The 1990 version Continued on Page 42, Sec. 2


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CineScene Continued from Page 41, Sec. 2 was good; the 2012 version is even better. * * * “The Campaign” is our comedy and, like most of the comedies starring Will Ferrell, there is a high raunch quotient underlying the yuks in this film. As we are embroiled in the campaign season these days, Ferrell and co-star Zach Galifianakis riff on the give and take of political candidates – Ferrell the incumbent Democrat Cam Brady, who thought he was running unopposed, Galifianakis the upstart Republican Marty Huggins, the man whom rich businessmen hope will unseat Brady and then turn over Brady’s North Carolina Congressional District to them so they can sell it to the Chinese. Ferrell has a wandering eye for the ladies in his audiences when he goes on the stump, and his wife, Rose (Katherine LaNasa), looks the other way because she craves the limelight and hopes Cam will one day be asked to run for vice president. Marty, on the other hand, is a geeky man-child who runs the tourist office in Hammond, N.C., often taking the sight-seeing bus out with one person in tow as he points out the one or two interesting sights in his town. His political capital is zero, as even big-time power broker Ray Huggins, his father (Brian Cox), mentions in what is one of the funniest bits as the two of them sit in a bass boat looking to land a big one. His put-down of Marty is a roar. Marty, who has his share of trouble figuring out how to open doors, has as his canine companions two pugs who sort of look and act like Marty. When the Motch brothers Glenn (John Lithgow) and Wade (Dan Aykroyd), two Republican bigwigs who are bankrolling Marty’s campaign, decide to send a campaign manager to take over Marty’s sagging campaign, Continued on Page 46, Sec. 2


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back to the peak for the next wave. I know a few people are getting edgy about this now. Once the fall swells hit, I don’t imagine anyone will have any patience for it. And if friendly reminders should turn to torrents of curses from other surfers, it would be justified. The surf overall has been particularly unspectacular this month. June and July offered up some fun days, and there were some clean little lines in between the notable swells as well. But the last few weeks have been about as much fun as a room full of code enforcers. I always tell folks that August through December is an amazing time in New Jersey, but thus far, month eight has been a bummer. Although, to be fair, the heat has fi nally let up. Did you notice how cool the nights and mornings are without all that humidity trapping the scorched air to the earth? But this is typically the time of year that we start seeing some tropical stuff fill in. (In its short history, the Longboard Classic had swell from Hurricane Bob and Tropical Storm Colin. This year, we

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just have Hurricane Gordon going completely the wrong way.) A few weeks ago, I mentioned, mostly as a joke, the Great Namibia swell of 2012. And now it looks as if there’s another non-tropical superstorm off the African coast that has fetch aimed toward the North Atlantic. I’m not sure if the strength of these storms is an anomaly related to climate change or if Surfline’s forecasters have just gotten really good at identifying such events, but there is supposed to be another one in the water this week. We’re probably going to be a little out of the path of this thing, but keep an eye on the buoys in case you see the swell period spike up to 18 seconds. Another scenario for even farther out is the last tropical system to come off Africa as Invest 94L. From the get-go, this was predicted to become a hurricane. Wind shear has been light and the system has survived areas of dry air to its north. Now, as it approaches the Caribbean, that water is just an incubator for action. Here’s the big question: Will future Tropical Storm Isaac keep on a

westerly route and plow right through the Leeward Islands? Or will it make that lovely backbend and turn LBI into a raging surf park for the last weeks of summer? It’s all going to come down to the path it takes at 70 W Longitude. ‘Tis the season. Now that we have a serious tropical player out there, this is a good time to remind everyone that while we may be rooting for these things to form and send waves, no one is hoping for a landfall. And as with all storms that do curve to the north, we have to keep an eye on Isaac and take him seriously. Cue the price of gas generators rising on the mainland. It’s no secret that last August’s Hurricane Irene crushed the last few weeks of business on LBI, and that’s a shame. But I still contend that the evacuation was the right choice. A little different path, a little more intensity or a higher tide, and it could have been much uglier here. But we’re not in any danger at the moment, so let’s hopefully get ready for some groundswell. LBI watermen had a banner day

last Friday when several paddlers with Island ties competed at the Surfer’s Environmental Alliance NYC Paddle around Manhattan presented by O’Neill. When it comes to endurance, we have some real athletes around here. For the second year in a row, Billy Mehl of Ship Bottom finished second to O’Neill’s Rob Rojas of California in the Elite Class Race. With the kind of talent that was there, it really frames Mehl as one of the top paddlers in the country. Right behind Mehl, once again this year, was Mark Temme, a native of Surf City who now lives in NYC and does paddle tours on the Hudson River. The pair have consistently been the top East Coast paddlers in this race. And Island Surf and Sail owner Terry Deakyne fi nished 28th. For the number of racers, that’s pretty solid. Former Island resident Digger Atlee, an investment manager in Philly, just started racing more recently, and this year he fi nished fi rst in the Recreational Class of the Continued on Page 48, Sec. 2

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Continued from Page 38, Sec. 2 to the table. Willem wasn’t even going to compete. He actually just came down to help out, but once his longtime friends (including his Cub Scout troop from the 1960s, literally) started egging him on, he decided to join the fray, riding different borrowed boards through each round and fi nishing on Ken Gallant’s log. Willem admitted that the surf was pretty bad, but had nothing but respect for Scheibner. “I see him out in Surf City on days that are close to double overhead,” he shared. “He’s always on an old board with no leash, and he goes right into the pit on waves that I wouldn’t even want to take off on. He can surf.” Scheibner basically went to the nose on every wave he rode and pulled off a handstand in the fi nal. “I tried to keep it classic. It’s all about fun,” he said. “It’s all great people, which makes a great contest. I’m proud to have been a part of it.” At the end of the day, 57 surfers had competed, and a whopping $6,000 had been raised for Alliance for a Living Ocean. Wave heights and points matter very little when you look at the big picture. “The conditions were not the greatest, but everyone had a bitchin' time,” said event director Tom Beatty. “And we actually raised more money than any of the prior years, so it was a great success.” The fact that ALO can keep its doors open is the main concern. And if you enjoy surfi ng LBI on the reg, it might not be a bad idea to simply become a member or maybe get involved. On the topic of oversized surfboards, a few waveriders have written to let me know that some SUP’ers are disregarding proper ocean etiquette. Once again, everyone should be reminded of the unwritten rule (actually it’s written right here) that stand-up paddleboards should not be catching waves among other surfers when there’s a rideable wave. I have seen a few SUP’ers in Ship Bottom who have navigated a wave or two and then paddled a block down. That’s fair. But now there are reports of stand-up paddlers catching waves among line-up on the little Aug. 8 swell in Surf City and going right

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he switches out the pugs for Labrador retrievers, knowing the Labs out-polled the pugs in likeability. Brady’s own political capital has taken quite a hit since he left a highly questionable message on an answering machine he thought belonged to his mistress. That’s when the Motch brothers thought he was beatable and brought in Ray Huggins’ son to oust him. Soon the gloves come off and both men are at the other’s throat, looking for the soft spots to move in for the kill. Marty’s campaign manager, Ted Wattley (Dylan McDermott), is a seasoned pro who tries to whip his charge into shape; the transformation is very amusing. Mitch (Ferrell’s SNL buddy Jason Sudeikis) is Cam’s manager, whose droll wit leavens even the major gaffs Cam tends to commit. And he commits them often. Jay Roach directed “The Campaign,” and the big point of wonder is how much of it is scripted and how much improvised by the two

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Continued from Page 38, Sec. 2 newbie to the Island. She wasn’t familiar with all the sights longtime vacationers might relate to. She knew Barnegat Lighthouse and the Causeway Shack were iconic, but how about the rest of the 16 holes? She wondered what’s paramount in Peahala Park, boss in Beach Haven Terrace or the latest craze in Loveladies. A bit of research and suggestions by Hodgson and friends filled out her repertoire and soon she had her mini-golf course story to transcribe on the mini-golf hole markers. It took Nelson two months to create the 19 paintings – one for each hole and one for the business sign on Long Beach Boulevard. The original paintings are the basis for her “Scenes from the Sandbar” show at Gallery 1603 from Aug. 23 through Sept. 9, with an artist’s reception on Sept. 1 from 6 to 8 p.m. Here’s what came to the artist. Barnegat Light was a no-brainer, but she added a pirate kid and a sea gull to the light just for fun. A Viking ship cruises past High Bar Harbor while two dolled-up beach ladies come out for a bit of sun (not too much) in Loveladies. Nelson let her imagination go wild by equipping a pack of friendly dogs in athletic shoes for the annual Dog Day race in Harvey Cedars. Surfers take to the waves in North Beach. Ursula’s childhood memories of the Good Humor ice cream truck made that the picture for Surf City. Ship Bottom is the gateway to the Island and everyone wants a photo of the Causeway Shack before it disappears. Lifeguards get their due when represented on the Brant Beach hole. Bicycles are everywhere on the Island and a gal riding a bike with her doggie in the basket graces the Beach Haven Crest painting. Brighton Beach sports ladies reading books on the beach. A mermaid answers a telephone in Peahala Park. A couple rides by in a boat on the bay in Haven Beach, perhaps past the yacht club? A bird/people watcher wearing binoculars and a pith helmet walks out of The Dunes.

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By MICHAEL MOLINARO t’s not everyday you see a sea of teenagers run the pool tables on a Friday night at Joe Pop’s Shore Bar like they had seen “The Color of Money” one too many times. And you could forget about shooting free throws. Such was the scene at The Nerds’ all-ages show that ran from 7 to 10 p.m. in celebration of the band’s 27th anniversary of its first show in 1985. It was still a night of firsts for The Nerds, as they were joined onstage by “The Fifth Nerd,” a.k.a. Dork Vader, a.k.a. Jimmy Deacutis, who donned the black-rimmed glasses for the first time to replace guitarist Stretch, who was sick. “Man, he shreds,” Spaz could be heard saying in the dressing room during the band’s break after hearing his soloing chops on songs like “I Want You to Want Me” Drummer Biff was in an original band with Deacutis called Darcutis that once played a record label showcase. “We almost made it,” said Biff. “He’s the real deal.” The Nerds continue to release live albums produced by Deacutis such as their latest, Viva la Evolucion, recorded over two nights in July of last year, one of which was a show at Joe Pop’s. “It’s the best one we’ve done,” said drummer Biff. “It took 25 years to

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3L33T: (Clockwise from top left) Jimmy Deacutis, also known as ‘Dork Vader,’ makes his Nerds debut, subbing for an ailing Stretch Friday at Joe Pop’s Shore Bar. Singer and bassist Spaz introduces a new audience of younger fans to his band. The emphatic Mongo is king of the Korgs, falsetto and facial expressions. the southern drawl of ZZ Top on “La Grange,” and I’ve never heard a grown man sound quite as much like Lady Gaga on “Poker Face.” Bobby Diebold, 58, of Lanoka Harbor and veteran of the music scene, was independently hired to mix sound for the band and had not seen them since a show 10 years ago at Joe Pop’s. “Hands down, after 27 years that proves they’re the best around,” said Diebold. “How else could they survive that long? Obviously, there is something good and unique about them. Bands with a record contract don’t usually last that long.” John Cowap, 12, and Rachel Gooney, 13, were there with their aunt, Susan Cowap, all from Flanders. “They were good. I like some songs like “‘Sweet Caroline,’” said John, who has aspirations of performing song parodies live someday. “I just like Bon Jovi,” said Gooney. “They have good energy though. The singer sweats a lot.” At one point a group of teenagers in the front of the crowd jumped up and down with palms pressed together above their heads forming shark fins.

“I’m confused now,” said Spaz, stopping the show. “Because I don’t know what this is.” “We look for controversy and people to pick on,” Spaz would say later in Joe Pop’s upstairs break room. “When we started this we were not the youngest people,” said Spaz, who despite a reluctance to give up the band’s current age range admits that each has received an invitation into the AARP. “We had already been in a bunch of bands and we started this just to get out and play, then started developing a following. Then we were older but earning enough money where it just became our one and only job. And 27 years later it’s still our one and only job. We’re the luckiest people on earth.” In those 27 years the band broke new ground for cover bands by playing venues like PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel and Carnegie Hall in New York City. They have played in the same NBC studio where Saturday Night Live is filmed several times including on television shows like “Last Call with Carson Daly” where Magic Johnson extolled, “The band is hot! That’s hip!”

Set List Snippet “Sweet Emotion” – Aerosmith “Moves Like Jagger” – Maroon 5 “Gimme Shelter” – The Rolling Stones “Living on a Prayer” – Bon Jovi “Enter Sandman” – Metallica “Summer Wind”” – Frank Sinatra “I Saw Her Standing There” – The Beatles The Nerds recently played at the wedding for N.Y. Giants linebacker and long snapper Zak DeOssie and an abundance of logos on the band’s website (the-nerds.com) shows the corporations whose events they have played. Still, the word “sellout” never crosses Spaz’s mind. “Not at all. If you think about it you’re going to these events and they’re either on their best behavior or they’re there to get sh**faced. It Continued on Page 54, Sec. 2


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VAUDEVILLE REVISITED: Floyd Vivino opened last year’s comedy season at Surflight.

By RICK MELLERUP he first performer to appear at Beach Haven’s Surflight Theatre last year as part of the Catch a Rising Star Comedy and Concert Series was New Jersey’s own Uncle Floyd. Now every Jersey resident’s favorite uncle – a.k.a. Floyd Vivino – will be the last comic appearing (there will be musical acts in the fall) as part of the series this year, on Wednesday, Aug. 29, at 8 p.m. Floyd Vivino made his name in television, with his “Uncle Floyd Show” airing on various channels in or around the state (at its height it appeared in 17 markets including New York City, Philadelphia, Chicago and Boston) from 1974 to 1998. He was a pioneer in the sense that the “Uncle Floyd Show,” which featured slapstick, puppetry, audience participation and piano music, was a children’s show for adults, a cult favorite that foresaw Paul Reubens and “Pee-wee’s Playhouse” by more than a decade. Uncle Floyd, though, is at heart a vaudevillian, a comic who favors loud, checkered sport coats, often clashing checkered hats, bowties and a rapid-fire joke-after-joke-after-joke style. “I had a dream I was having lunch with God and God sneezed and I didn’t know what to say … I had a dream I was in bed with a horse, it was a nightmare … I remember the fi rst joke I told, every comic remembers the fi rst joke they told, it was in the summer of 1968, ‘did you hear the news today, Frank Sinatra just married Mia Farrow, brought her home to meet his mother, he said ‘Mama Mia’ … We’re not even Italian, my mother’s from Iceland, my father’s from Cuba, I’m an ice cube … When you find a joke you like nod your head … All the young mothers in America are concerned their children eat too much salt, too much sugar, too much fast food, who cared what we ate when we were kids? The fi rst day Italian kids went to public school we ate paste in kindergarten, we didn’t know what it was, we thought it was American potato salad … When we did go to the candy store half the candy was made out of wax, wax lips, wax noses, wax mustaches, wax teeth, little drinks in little wax bottles, I ate so much wax I took a poop and a candle came out of my rear end … Usually I’m the house comic at Motel 6, the other night after my show I went to my room, my room had no ceiling, I told the clerk, ‘what kind of room is this, no ceiling,’ he says, ‘that’s OK, the guy upstairs, he don’t walk around much …’ The room was so small I dropped my toupee we had wall-to-wall carpeting … The room was so small I bent over and the doorknob got friendly with me … How about the president, the recession, President Obama announced five months ago the recession ended, he hasn’t been to my neighborhood. Things are so bad a Continued on Page 54, Sec. 2

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he word “icon” is dramatically overused these days. One-hit wonders and winners of TV reality shows are not, repeat, not icons. Johnny Cash, on the other hand, is. How many singers, after all, have been inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Gospel Music Hall of Fame? The words of the 1981 Barbara Mandrell hit, “I was country when country wasn’t cool,” could certainly apply to Cash. But his cross-over appeal – thanks to songs such as “A Boy Named Sue” and his recording with the likes of Bob Dylan on “Nashville Skyline” in 1969 – made him “cool” anyway. And he remained so until his death, at the age of 71, in 2003. In 2002 he released his last album before his death, American IV: The Man Comes Round, featuring a version of “Hurt” by Nine Inch Nails. Is that cool or what? The Man Comes Round became the first non-compilation Cash album/CD to go gold, selling more than 500,000 copies in 30 years. A 2005 hit movie starring Joaquin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon also put Cash back in the public’s imagination. At around the same time a stage show, “Ring of Fire,” which is now playing in Barnegat, courtesy of the Ocean Professional Theatre Company, was launched. “Ring of Fire” had a one-month run on Broadway in 2006. But it had earned critical acclaim around the country before popping up at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre. “A fabulous piece of entertainment,” said The Buffalo News. “A musical of grandeur and perfected style that offers endless delight.” “Fire burns brighter, truer and more imaginative than most,” seconded USA Today. “ Touch i ng a nd exuber a nt ,” chimed in the Associated Press. “It will touch your toes tapping.” It is very difficult to describe “Ring of Fire,” which this writer saw in rehearsal. It isn’t a biopic – maybe 20 lines of brief history are brought

into the show. It isn’t simply a concert – some acting appears. It isn’t a “book musical.” It is sometimes confusing – there is a “young” Johnny Cash and an “old” Johnny Cash, often onstage at the same time; there is a “young” June Carter and an “older” June Carter – or at least I think that’s what was happening – who, again, were often onstage at the same time. Interestingly, the show’s performers aren’t identified by what parts they play but rather by the instruments they play. And Lordie, there were many instruments. We’re talking fiddles (at one point, four of them), guitars both acoustic and electric (too many to count), cellos, keyboards, basses, drums, mandolins, a harmonica, a ukulele, a banjo, a flute, a fiddle, a trumpet, and, well, I’m sure I missed something. Musicians/actors switch instr uments with a frightening dexterity. Some of the performers don’t seem to have done much acting before; others don’t seem all that familiar with their instruments. Most don’t have much country running through their veins. But when everything was put together, well, this writer will second the opinion of the reviewer from The Buffalo News – endless delight. This is not a review – the rehearsal this writer witnessed was too early in the process to possibly make a completed judgment. Still, the pure fun of the evening came through. And why not? With well- and sometimes extraordinarily-performed songs such as “If I Were a Carpenter,” “Tear Stained Letter,” “In the Sweet By and By,” “Cry, Cry, Cry,” “Sunday Morning Coming Down,” “Jackson,” “I Walk the Line,” Folsom Prison Blues,” “Going to Memphis,” “Man in Black” and “Ring of Fire,” how could the show be anything but fun? Two highlights were “A Boy Named Sue” and a fantastic rendition of “I’ve Been Everywhere” featuring the entire cast lined up at the front of the stage

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SCENIC SOUNDS: (From left) Tom Parella, Merianne Paul Haug, Chuck Paul and Valerie Vaughn are longtime friends and bandmates who reunite as Land’s End whenever they can. It’s always a treat, for both them and the fans.

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and’s End by sunset,” Valerie Vaughn remarked to the audience of 100-plus that had gathered on the lawn beside Manahawkin Lake on Monday evening for some soothing music by folk rock foursome Land’s End. “Sunset by Land’s End,” replied an appreciative listener in the crowd. The sun lit up the clouds, sky and still water in soft pink hues as it sank behind the pines, and a lone kayaker drifted by, pausing to take in the sounds of guitars, congas and four-part harmonies. Along with Vaughn, the songstress and longtime music educator known as “New Jersey’s Troubadour,” the band is comprised of guitarist Tom Parella, back from Michigan; guitarist Chuck Paul; and Paul’s sister, percussionist Merianne Paul Haug. The group set up in front of the newly constructed lakeside pavilion, while fans spread out on

bleachers, lawn chairs and blankets on the grass. Setting the serene scene, Land’s End pulled out favorite hits from the ’70s including America’s “Sandman,” “Ventura Highway” and “A Horse With No Name,” Simon and Garfunkel’s “Scarborough Fair,” Kansas’ “Dust in the Wind,” Crosby, Stills and Nash’s “Teach Your Children Well” and the Traveling Wilburys “End of the Line.” Songwrters all, the band members’ original music is shared with equal relish and equally well received. As an intro to one original number, Paul joked that he had started to play it the other day and couldn’t member if it was one of his own or one of Parella’s. The Stafford Township Historical Society’s free Monday night concert series has been a big draw for years, in various locations around town, including the Stafford Township Arts Center at Ocean-

First Theater. The new pavilion offers perhaps the most picturesque spot yet. The concerts are held from 7 to 8:30 p.m. every week. For Land’s End, every opportunity to play together – fewer and farther between these days than in years past, going back some 20 years or more – is a chance to meet “friends from long, long ago,” as Vaughn put it. No sooner had the fi nal song ended than well-wishing fans approached the stage area to express admiration, thanks and praise. The band recalled playing at the old Carroll’s and the Cranberry Bog in its heyday, formerly located directly across Route 9 from the location of Monday night’s concert, and joked, after all these years, look how far they had come. Yet some might say the fi lter of time, wisdom and experience makes great old songs sound even sweeter. —V.L.

which opened the second act. There were a few disappointments. This writer, for one, would have loved to hear a cut or two from The Man Comes Round, defi nitely “Hurt,” probably the apocalyptic title tune, just to round out the Man in Black’s life. I also would have liked to hear a wee bit more gospel (men like Cash and, believe it or not Elvis, had a huge gospel output and following not often recognized by the

general public). The long, long career of Johnny Cash was filled with great songs, so many of them couldn’t possibly make the cut. Still, this show runs, I’d guess (remember, I saw an early dress rehearsal so the timing was off) an hour-and-a-half. The music – and the performances, even in a raw stage – were good enough that I wished the show could have run 30 minutes more.

Oh, yeah, Johnny Cash is still country – and he’s still cool. “Ring of Fire” r uns through Sept. 1 at the Barnegat High School auditorium. Check oceantheatre. org for showtimes. Tickets may be purchased online at oceantheatre. org, by phone at 609-312-8306 or at the box office, which opens an hour before show time. — Rick Mellerup rickmellerup@thesandpaper.net

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ixteen-year-old Tyler Shay never thought the fi rst people to request that he learn a song to sing and play for them on his acoustic guitar would actually come back to see him play at Mud City Crab House in Manahawkin two weeks later. When they did, he was a bit shell shocked. “I was like, ‘whoa!’” Shay said, laughing. “I learn requests since then and play stuff people want to hear.” Shay has been growing up in the Poconos in Pennsylvania but is steadily making waves on and around Long Beach Island on the solo acoustic scene after a chance run-in with the lead singer and guitarist for a popular local band in July 2009. “He came up and played at the Shell (Sea Shell Beach Club) with us,” said Tom “Boose” Rutledge of The Pickles. “I met him and his family, and his dad asked me to give him lessons, and I said, ‘yeah.’ When he got up and played one little thing, I saw something in him then. I saw that extra spark in him instantly and I saw myself in him, and I said, ‘You know what? I’m going to take him under my wing.’ He was hungry, he wanted to learn, and he was inquisitive.” “That hunger that I had when I was a kid … it wasn’t just playtime and something fun to do, it’s inside and it’s something that has to be let out. I’m honored to be his teacher, to see his growth, and that he’s taking it on himself. Plus the fact that he’s such a good down-to-earth, humble kid and thanks people from his beginnings. He’ll constantly give me props or The Pickles props.

We’ve always considered Tyler a part of The Pickles family and always will – he’s near and dear.” Shay picked up songs such as The Doors’ “L.A. Woman” and Uncle Kracker’s version of “Drift Away” from Rutledge, a resident of Long Beach Island, who has played guitar since age 9 and led The Pickles since 2004. Shay has been playing guitar since kindergarten, when he was the only student who appreciated that his principal at Catholic school played religious songs for the students. “She was my first guitar teacher, really. Then the school hired a guitar teacher and it just went on from there, and I’ve kept with it ever since.” Shay is entering his junior year at St. Pious X High School, where he said he is the only student who does what he does. “It’s a very sports-oriented school. There are musicians in the school, but I’m the only solo act. People praise me for that, but I get downed a lot over there. I quit baseball to pursue music. I have more people that love me than hate me, but without those doubters in life, your life would be boring. You wouldn’t have anyone to compete with or impress. “Boose told me a quote yesterday I’ll never forget. He goes, ‘You can’t have stars without darkness.’ You can’t have great musicians without someone doubting them, or whatever it is you do.” Influenced heavily by the music of the 1950s, Shay cites Johnny Cash and Elvis Presley as idols, though his favorite artist of all time remains Bruce Springsteen.

The Nerds Continued from Page 50, Sec. 2 becomes a challenge to entertain these people who are just doing work, whether it’s Microsoft or Google or pharmaceutical companies or the banks; it’s not selling out. You’re still playing for people that love music or people that need to just lighten up.” They continue to mark new territory, having played at the Sandy Hook beaches for the first

Uncle Floyd Continued from Page 51, Sec. 2 hooker came up to me and said, ‘Can you lend me 50 dollars until I get back on my back? …’ Things are so bad I went to the gas station and said to the guy, ‘Give me $5 worth,’ he said, ‘Here, smell the nozzle.’” Radio personality (he now is the host of 101.5 FM’s evening show) and comedian Steve Trevelise will open for Uncle Floyd. Like the headliner, Trevelise is a Jersey boy through and through. Indeed, he derives much of his humor from living in the Garden State. “You need Jersey attitude,” he said in a recent Catch a Rising Star show. “Where you

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BORN TO PLAY: Tyler Shay performs for guests waiting for tables or dining al fresco at Mud City Crab House in Manahawkin, one of the many gigs he has picked up this summer despite the difficulty in doing so at age 16. He has already begun following in the Boss’ footsteps by amassing a pile of lyric-filled spiral notebooks. An original album making use of those notebooks is scheduled to be out before Memorial Day of next year. He should be able to sell CDs at shows next summer. “All the work he’s got he’s got on his own,” said his father, Dave Shay, who runs an oil business in Pennsylvania. “He’s out hustling his own work now. If he wants to do it, he’s got to go out and hustle it. I do some marketing with him and I’m the chauffeur. But it’s good he’s getting a lot of work for now. He seems to have a good niche and is gaining a following of people. He’s probably played at every club on LBI besides Rick’s (American Café), daddy O and The Marlin.” Where those gigs may be is anyone’s guess; Shay remains at the behest of club owners who are willing to give him a chance He has found that hustling isn’t easy. “Back home I would play at a cigar bar. It was great; they loved

time just weeks ago, drawing a crowd of 10,000 people backing up to the ocean’s edge. “You don’t get used to this,” Spaz said. Spaz remains amazed at the response the band continues to get at each show at Joe Pop’s – the Ship Bottom club he said the band has played longer than any other. “It has become our home this far south on the Jersey Shore. On Wednesday nights we own the Island. It’s amazing. Those people, they’re used to it. In our case, we’re not used to it. Every night it’s still a surprise and we can’t believe there are still people coming to see us play. We just go in from?” he asked a woman in the audience. “Philly. Pennsylvania, when you go over the connecting bridge to Pennsylvania, they’ve got a big sign, you know what it says? ‘Welcome to Pennsylvania, America Starts Here.’ If that ain’t a FU New Jersey! My God, we’ve gotta have our own sign, ‘You are leaving New Jersey, don’t let the door hit you on the ass on the way out.’ That’s a slogan. ’America Starts Here,’ that’s a slogan. ‘Virginia’s for Lovers,’ that’s a slogan. ‘West Virginia Is for Relatives…’” Tickets for the Uncle Floyd/Steve Trevelise show run between $30 and $40 (with, as always, special “VIP” tickets going for $89). They may be purchased online at surflight.org, by phone at 609-492-9477 or at the box office located at the corners of Engleside and Beach avenues. * rickmellerup@thesandpaper.net

me there. Then I was getting ready to do my winter there and was told, ‘No, you have to be 18 because it’s a cigar smoking bar.’ It’s a new act I guess they passed in Pennsylvania. I understand when I’m 18 it will open up more.’” Shay has been playing on the patio outside Mud City Crab House Sundays from 4 to 7 p.m. all summer. Todd “Turtle” Raupp, the bassist for The Pickles, also works there and helped him land the courtyard spot that greets people as they walk in or wait outside for their name to be called. “I try to play inside as little as possible,” said Shay. Other regular gigs have included the LBI Pancake House in Ship Bottom and a spot in front of the world’s largest surfboard inside Ron Jon Surf Shop. This summer he even found himself competing with Rutledge at the Sand Bar outside the Engleside Inn in Beach Haven on Wednesdays from 3 to 7 p.m. as The Pickles acoustic duo plays the Sea Shell’s Tiki Bar just across the way. “Boose

there every night like it’s the fi rst and last night we’re ever going to play. I don’t know if that’s what keeps us going for 27 years rather than getting bored or jaded, but it certainly helps. “Honestly, the most memorable thing in the last 27 years is that we’re still walking into Joe Pop’s and that people are still just going crazy. That makes no sense. It shouldn’t happen. And that’s the most memorable thing because every week it’s memorable again.” One thing that will never change is the band’s signature look including its thick black eyeglasses, which currently make the band more hip than nerdy. “In the time that we’ve been together the glasses have been in and out of style four times,” said Spaz. “The main thing that’s changed is less of us are wearing tape on the glasses. The glue just does a number on the pores of your skin. The long-term effects of Band-Aid glue on the skin are not good.” So have The Nerds fi nally become cool? “Last week I walked into a glass wall,” said Spaz, “while everyone was wondering why I wasn’t going to just go through the door. That just reminds me what a dork I am. We’re all very nerdy people. In fact, I’d venture to guess most people are, but you just spend your life trying to prove that you’re not. We wear it on our sleeves … our plaid sleeves.” One thing The Nerds have always been is confident while playing live. The challenge today becomes deciding what to play each night

jokes that we should play the same songs at the same time.” “It’s almost as if the teacher has become the learner because (Shay is) always keeping up on new tunes,” said Rutledge. “He was my padawan for a long time; he’s defi nitely becoming that Jedi.” Shay heads back to school next week but will play one last show at Tuckerton Beach Grille Aug. 24 from 8 to 11 p.m. A local advertisement in Pennsylvania calls for prospective band members to join Shay, though it is too early to tell where his path will lead. “I want to pursue music when I’m older, whether it’s me or a full band. I’m not sure yet. The college I want to go to – Ocean County College in Toms River – I don’t want to be away from the shore. This is how it’s been every summer for me since I was a year and a half old, so I want to stay here and keep music as my job with another job on the side.” Visit tylershay.com to keep up with his progress. — Michael Molinaro michaelmolinaro@thesandpaper.net

as radio offers little in terms of new material, Spaz explained. “There used to be music we could play. That doesn’t exist anymore. The radio had a lot of rock, and all different stuff. Now it’s all syrupy little pop songs or dance. There’s nothing really edgy happening with radio. Sometimes you’ve got to go deep in the catalog.” Spaz played deejay onstage, calling out any of the band’s 300-some songs based on reading the crowd but doing little to adjust their song selection to the younger attendants in the audience. “I’d like to think that at the very least we’ve inspired bands and other musicians to play what they want to play and know that they don’t have to do what’s out right now or what they think everyone wants to hear only,” said Spaz. “You can only be who you are. I see a lot of familiar faces and they were able to bring their families with no excuse that they have kids. It’s great playing for younger people because no matter what age, they’re going to appreciate what you’re doing on some level, even if it’s just the energy you’re putting out from the stage. You can have a great deejay and no matter what he plays, it’s going to be great. But as far as I’m concerned, once you put a live band up there, now you’ve got energy, you’ve got real human energy hitting you. If you respond to that, great, it’s organic. If you don’t, you’re dead.” * michaelmolinaro@thesandpaper.net


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A young girl, Lucy Brewer, would later claim n Aug. 19, 1812, two ships in the waters of the North Atlantic were headed for a she had dressed as a man and was one of the showdown. On board the HMS Guerri- Marines in the Constitution’s rigging. “I was at this time busily employed in the top ere, Capt. James A. Dacres tried to make out the identity of the mystery ship. He didn’t realize it plying my faithful musket with the best success, was the USS Constitution, the same frigate that whenever the smoke would permit me to see had escaped him and four other British warships a blue jacket of the enemy; in the heat of the action a grape shot striking and splintering the off the Jersey Shore less than a month before. Dacres was still unsure. “She acts too bold to butt of my musket, it was noticed by one of my be an American ship, but the better she behaves comrades who stood within a few feet from me, who, patting me upon the shoulder, exclaimed, the more honors we shall gain in taking her.” Meanwhile, Capt. Isaac Hull, the commander ‘never mind it, George, you have already won of the Constitution, was also in the dark. “At laurels sufficient to recommend you to the pretty such a distance we could not tell what she was. girls, when you return to port’!” Smith later wrote of the battle as seen from All sail was instantly made in chase, and soon found we came up with her. At 3 P.M. could the Constitution’s deck. “Our fore-royal truck was shot away, with plainly see that she was a ship on our starboard tack under easy sail, close on a wind; at half past two pair of halyards; the flag was hanging down 3 P.M. made her out to be a frigate; continued tangled on the shivered mast in the presence of the chase until we were within about three miles, the enemy. This sight inspired one of our men, when I ordered the light sails taken, the courses familiarly called Dan Hogan, to the daring feat of nailing the standard to the mast. He was a little hauled up, and the ship cleared for action.” Cautiously the two ships drew closer to- Irish chap, but brim full of courage. Without a gether, and an officer on the Constitution told the word from any one, he sprang into the rigging Boston Gazette, “… got all clear for action; beat and was aloft in a moment. He was soon seen, to quarters, on which the crew gave three cheers. under the fire of the enemy, who saw him too at At 5 the chase hoisted three English ensigns; at the topmast height, clinging on with one hand, 5 minutes past 5, the enemy commenced firing.” and with the other making all fast, so that the flag could never come down unless the mast came Moses Smith was an with it. The smoke curled enlisted gunner on the around him as he bent Constitution. He later “The Constitution shook from to the work; but those remembered, “As we who could see him, kept came up she began to stem to stern. Every spar and fire. They was evidently yard in her was on a tremble. But cheering him through the sulphury clouds. He was trying to rake us. But we soon down again and at continued on our course, no one was hurt by the recoil his station in the fight.” tacking and half tack- of the guns, though several were It would be Smith’s ing, taking good care to 1846 book that would avoid being raked. We made deaf by the noise.” help make his ship a came so near on one legend. tack, that a 18 lb. Shot “Several shot now entered our hull. One of came through us under the larboard knight-head, striking just abaft the breech of the gun to which the largest the enemy could command struck us, I belonged. The splinters flew in all directions; but the plank was so hard it fell out and sank in but no one was hurt. We immediately picked up the waters. This was afterwards noticed, and the the shot, and put it in the mouth of Long Tom, cry arose: ‘Huzza! Her sides are made of iron! a large gun loose on deck – and sent it home See where the shot fell out.’” From that circumstance the name of the again, with our respects.” According to military historian Stephen Constitution was garnished with the familiar Budiansky, “The stern most guns on the British title Old Ironsides. “By this title she is known around the world.” ship now began to bear and some of its shots On the Guerriere, Dacres was at the end of started to tell. Several men on the Constitution were mowed down, and Lieutenant Charles his rope “I was in hope to clear the wreck and get the Morris impatiently asked the captain for pership under command to renew the action; but, mission to fire. “‘No sir’ Hull replied. A dead silence hung just as we had cleared the wreck, our spritsail over the ship. ‘No firing at random!’ Hull shout- yard went and, the enemy having rove new braces ed. ‘Let every man look well to his aim.’ At 6:05 wore round with pistol shot, to rake us: – the ship P.M. the Constitution was directly alongside, two lying in the trough of the sea, and rolling her main dozen yards away less than the reach of a pistol deck guns under water, and all attempt to get her shot. Then came the first crashing broadside before the wind being fruitless; when calling my from every gun on the Constitution’s starboard few remaining officers together, they were all of side, double-shotted and fired right into the deck opinion that any further resistance would only be a needless waste of lives, I ordered, though and gun ports of the enemy.” reluctantly, the colours to be struck.” Smith was there. The Boston Gazette reported, “…sent our boat “The Constitution shook from stem to stern. Every spar and yard in her was on a tremble. on board which returned at 8 with Capt. Dacres, But no one was hurt by the recoil of the guns, late of his majesty’s ship Guerriere, mounting 49 though several were made deaf by the noise. We carriage guns, and manned with 302 men: got our instantly followed the thunder of our cannon boats out, and kept them employed in removing with three loud cheers, which rang along the the prisoners and baggage from the prize to our ship like the roar of waters, and floated away own ship. Sent a surgeon’s mate to assist in attending the wounded, wearing ship occasionally rapidly to the ears of the enemy.” Dacres was on the receiving end of the to keep in the best position to receive the boats.” For the Constitution there would be fame and broadside. “She hoisted her colours and returned our glory; not so for the Guerriere. “Friday the 20 commenced with light breezes fire; wore several times to avoid being raked, exchanging broadsides. 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