(May 17, 2013) Six musical acts are scheduled to perform throughout the day next Wednesday, May 22, during Macky’s Bayside’s inaugural “Life is Good” Music Festival.
“We’re trying something new this year,” said event organizer James Pavlik, a manager at the 54th Street bayside restaurant. “We wanted to get some new bands at Macky’s and have a little party before summer.”
Doors will open at 11 a.m.
Berlin’s Bryan Russo and The Tragic Figures will take the stage at 1 p.m., followed by Hot Sauce Sandwich at 2:15 p.m., Galaxy Collective at 3:30 p.m., Dale and The Z Dubs at 4:45…
(May 17, 2013) Ocean City residents and visitors can expect to see several thousand custom and classic automobiles, hot rods, muscle cars, street machines and trick trucks around town this weekend during the 23rd annual Cruisin’ Ocean City event.
One of the top automotive events in the country, the four-day show, which began Thursday, will feature an estimated 3,200 cars from approximately 20 states and Canada, on display at the inlet parking lot and at the Ocean City convention center on 40th Street, as well as Boardwalk parades, entertainment, celebrity guests and representatives of …
(May 17, 2013) Jay Ball spent several winters working in restaurants in the Caribbean and he has infused those flavors into some of the items on Café Mirage’s menu.
In mid-March, Ball and his wife, Krista, took over the unit formerly home to Café Mirage in the Montego Bay Shopping Center on 128th Street. The restaurant, which has been closed for a few years, featured a Mediterranean and Greek-type cuisine. Ball said they decided to keep the name, Café Mirage, but create a new menu and atmosphere.
The couple painted the restaurant, installed new lighting and updated the outdoor seating area,…
(May 17, 2013) The Worcester Prep boys’ lacrosse team’s season came to an end last Wednesday, when the Mallards fell to the Calverton Cougars, 18-6, in the Metro Independent Lacrosse League’s east division semifinals.
“They’re a very good team and unfortunately, we just came out flat,” Prep Coach Kevin Gates said after the May 8 game in Annapolis. “Defensively, we tried to go from zone to man-to-man and it didn’t seem to matter. They were taking advantage of everything we were doing. We seemed very stagnant and they were finding our holes.”
The Cougars scored three quick goals…
(May 17, 2013) The Worcester Prep girls’ tennis team captured its eighth consecutive Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Conference championship title last Friday in Easton.
“The girls did a great job. The competition was at a higher level then it has been in the past and the girls got the job done,” said Prep girls’ Coach Cyndee Hudson.
Worcester Prep, the Sts. Peter & Paul Sabres, Gunston Day Herons and Salisbury School Dragons participated in the tournament.
In girls’ singles competition, the finals came down two Worcester players: sophomore Tatjana Kondraschow and freshman…
(May 17, 2013) Eight tennis players are representing Stephen Decatur during the District VIII tournament, which was scheduled to kick off Thursday in Cambridge.
Senior Madison Pope is competing in girls’ singles action. Tori Whigham has partnered with fellow senior Lexi Ashton for doubles.
Seniors Emmalee Murrell and Tim VanVonno have teamed up to battle for the mixed doubles title.
Junior John Niedfeldt is taking the court in boys’ singles competition.
Seniors Joe Iacona and Jon Hastings are playing together to capture the doubles trophy.
Steve Berquist and Jamie Greenwood, coaches…
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