• JACKLYN MCQUARIE

The proud blueberry capital of the world is celebrating its favorite little blue treat durin… Read more

  • REBECCA KING

Atlantic City Weekly Editor Pamela Dollak will jump off a building on Saturday, June 24 — no really. Dollak will participate in the “Over the Edge” fundraiser, where daring men and women rappel more than 15 stories down the side of the Sheraton Atlantic City Convention Center Hotel in the na… Read more

  • By JACKLYN McQUARRIE

Margate’s annual Beachstock festival, dubbed “The Planet’s Biggest Beach Party,” returns this year for its 8th annual event, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday, June 24. No beach tags are required for this party, overflowing with food, entertainment and activities on the beach between Huntington and… Read more

Get all the summer produce you need to enjoy the season Thursday, June 15, at the Atlantic City Farmer’s Market, located in City Center Park, 1222 Atlantic Ave. Read more

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  • PAMELA DOLLAK, REBECCA KING & RYAN LOUGHLIN

{p class=”bodytextbodycopy”}Every holiday we endeavor to help out the last-minute gift buyers of the world, and Father’s Day is no exception. That said, it’s not lost on us how challenging it is to get dad the perfect gift. To make things a bit easier, we’ve attempted to suggest the perfect … Read more

Beautiful and talented young women from all over the state will head to Ocean City this week for the Miss New Jersey pageant, returning to the Music Pier Thursday through Saturday, June 15 to 17. Read more

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  • By REBECCA KING

Those who have ordered one of Atlantic City Weekly’s BOGO Appetizer Cards are already reaping the benefits, which, of course, are buy-one-get-one appetizers at participating restaurants throughout Atlantic and Cape May counties. The bright blue cards sit neatly in wallets, ready to save mone… Read more

  • JACKLYN McQUARRIE

Take to the water on your choice of craft during the 10th Annual Paddle for a Cause Saturday, June 10, at the Frank S. Farley State Marina in Atlantic City. The event, hosted by the Dean Randazzo Cancer Foundation, raises awareness and funds for individuals with cancer. Read more

Hop aboard a cruise under the light of June’s full moon, also known as the Strawberry Moon, 7 to 9:30 p.m. Friday, June 9. The sail, benefitting the Atlantic City Arts Foundation, will take place aboard Cruisin’ 1 out of Atlantic City’s Historic Gardners Basin. Read more

  • JACKLYN McQUARRIE

Skater girls and boys rejoice — you can use your sick skills in support of a worthy cause during the Humane Society of Ocean City’s second annual Skato with Kato event 4 to 8 p.m. Friday, June 2. Read more

  • NOEL STEVENSON

Over the last several years, there’s been a return to ’80s glam fashion on the runways, and this season more than ever before, ruffles and frills have re-emerged onto the fashion scene, making a comeback in a major way. Read more

  • Jacklyn McQuarrie

Hundreds of bike riders will meet at Newport Avenue and the Boardwalk in Ventnor for the fourth annual Le Tour de Downbeach Sunday, June 4. Read more

  • JACKLYN MCQUARRIE

The second annual Atlantic City Food Truck Festival & Competition is coming back to the city Saturday and Sunday, June 3 and 4 with options to appease every last taste bud. Read more

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  • RYAN LOUGHLIN

Beginning Friday, May 26, and running for 15 straight weekends, is the Atlantic City Fan Xpo. Part gaming show, part comic con and 100 percent geek-friendly, this weekly festival takes place at Showboat Atlantic City and will feature everything from gaming competitions, to cosplay, board gam… Read more

  • REBECCA KING

Hope you still have that over-sized, color block windbreaker, because for one night only Atlantic City’s Little Water Distillery will turn into a ‘90s paradise. Hosted by the nonprofit For Atlantic City by Atlantic City in partnership with the Junior Chamber of Commerce, “A Night in the ‘90s… Read more

  • JACKLYN MCQUARRIE

Tchaikovsky’s beloved classic “Swan Lake” comes alive again when the Atlantic City Ballet performs the piece 4 p.m. Sunday, May 21. Read more