Click on the PDf link for information on Atlantic County and Cape May County beaches, including beach tag fees, where you can fish, surf, bring your dog, go kayaking, play volleyball and more.
In A.C. alone, acts and personalities such as Kim Kardashian, Garbage, ZZ Top, Gretchen Wilson, Steve Winwood, Pitbull, Afrojack and others appeared. Stats from the weekend tell of a busy weekend throughout the resort.
Atlantic City’s animated Memorial Day weekend scene is back, so after your annual backyard barbecue, check out some of the festive findings we’ve tallied ...
Atlantic City, like many other U.S. cities, once had segregated beaches, but they didn't start out that way. In the late 1800s and early 1900s, Blacks and whites lived side-by-side, worked side-by-side and played side-by-side.
Jam-packed with all you need to know about the Atlantic City and Ocean City area beaches — from Margate to Brigantine and beyond. Find out which beaches are free!
It’s sort of hard to believe that this is the ninth summer for beach bars in Atlantic City, and a big part of that dubiety may hinge on diversity. New concepts and configurations seem to spring up every summer that add elements of freshness to the whole beach-bar scene, and this year is by no means an exception.
All the beach information you'll need this summer from Atlantic City down to the Wildwoods.
This summer marks the eighth since Atlantic City first gave the green light to beach bars, spawning in the process more open-air entertainment options that only seem to improve from year to year, ...
To really combine reading and beaching in Atlantic City, why not marry the two leisure-time activities and select books that are about or set in the Atlantic City area. For example, you can read up o...
When the idea was first proposed years, perhaps decades, before it actually came to fruition, common reaction might have been, "Bars on the beaches? Brilliant!" But there were issues that delayed any...
click here for a pdf version of this article The War Against Miss Winters by Kathryn Miller Haines (HarperCollins) 317 pages, $13.95 Step back in time with this delightful light mystery. Rosie Winters is a plucky actress trying to make it on Broadway, even if World War II has limited the theatrical options. To make an extra buck, she works part time for a private eye, who she finds hanging in his office. Even though she didn't want to get involved, it's left to her to figure out who would have wanted to kill her boss, and why. If she doesn't, it could mean harm to herself, and her friends. Expect lots of era-appropriate details (even if it's a bit too heavy on the slang) as you follow Winters' hunt for the killer. Barefoot by Elin Hilderbrand (Little, Brown and Company) 416 pages, $24.99 They all have a reason to escape to the little cottage in Nantucket: Vicki just found out she has lung cancer and needs to relax while she undergoes chemo. Her sister, Brenda, was fired from her teaching job for sleeping with a student (who was older) and causing slight damage to a priceless work of art. Melanie, Vicki's friend, just found out her husband...
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