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Comedian Flip Wilson once said, “If I could marry my motorcycle, I’d roll her right up to the altar.” He might have been joking, but the sentiment seems appropriate: people love their bikes. And what better way to celebrate motorcycle culture than riding your motorcycle right to the 17th Ann… Read more

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Atlantic City Weekly picked up its nine 2018 New Jersey Press Association awards — five of those were for first place — on Thursday, April 11, at a gala dinner held at Hamilton Manor in Hamilton. The NJPAs, held annually, is a statewide editorial contest for both daily and weekly publication… Read more

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With more bike shops in town than you can count on both hands, it’s clear that biking is popular in Ocean City. “Ocean City was designed with bikes in mind. With bicycle lanes on West Avenue and the Boardwalk, it’s a great place to ride,” says Michael Senatore of Egg Harbor Township. Now a c… Read more

Summer is not only the perfect time of year to head outdoors to a beach or pool bar, it’s the only time of year to really do so around here. So take advantage of the sunshine and relax at these hot spots. Read more

Who doesn’t love to shop? Thankfully, Atlantic County has a wide range of stores, as well as shopping districts to suit your mood, your style and your budget. Read more

Over the last several years, beach concerts in Atlantic City and beyond have entertained music fans up and down the coast. Some wondered why the abundance of country acts was needed, while others complained of the absence of top-notch urban acts. Many artists have been suggested for the shor… Read more

Why not make the never-ending Christmas shopping list a little more enjoyable? Add some fun to your shopping bonanza this year by calling up your girlfriends and heading to Historic Smithville for a festive shopping experience 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 7. Read more

Linwood Country Club, one of the finest private country clubs in South Jersey for 97 years, will now be owned and operated by the Dougherty family, which has long and historic ties to the area, particularly as the owners of Dock’s Oyster House, which opened in 1897. Read more