The Cork Bar is a locals’ favorite all year round
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The Cork Bar is a locals’ favorite all year round

We published our “Top 10 Year-Round Bars in Ocean City” based on Best of Ocean City voting, the comments we’ve received from the people (mostly on our Facebook…

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Ocean City native’s documentary “The Biggest Little Farm” hits the festival circuit
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Ocean City native’s documentary “The Biggest Little Farm” hits the festival circuit

John Chester is an award-winning documentary filmmaker, television director, cinematographer, and farmer, whose short films for OWN’s Super Soul Sunday alone have garnered him five Emmy awards for outstanding…

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What do you want to see in the 94th Street Plaza?
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What do you want to see in the 94th Street Plaza?

Demolition of the long-abandoned Ocean Plaza Mall, formerly sandwiched between Rose’s and ACME in the 94th Street bayside shopping plaza, began around this time last year. Now the…

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Ocean City native Emmi Shockley brings short films to the big screen
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Ocean City native Emmi Shockley brings short films to the big screen

Emmi Shockley, an Ocean City native and undergrad at  New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, draws on her experiences growing up on the East Coast — from…

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Ocean City Oddities: The Only Grave in Town, and the Mystery of Captain Carhart
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Ocean City Oddities: The Only Grave in Town, and the Mystery of Captain Carhart

There is only one known marked grave in Ocean City, located just before the terminus of the Route 50 bridge in West OC. The grave resides within the…

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Ocean City History: Harrison Hall, a 20th Century Hotel on a 21st Century Boardwalk
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Ocean City History: Harrison Hall, a 20th Century Hotel on a 21st Century Boardwalk

In the early 1950s, the Harrison Hall Hotel on 14th Street would become the northernmost hotel on the Ocean City Boardwalk. Motel Row, between 15th Street and 33rd,…

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Ocean City History: The Carousel paves the way for Ocean City’s northern end
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Ocean City History: The Carousel paves the way for Ocean City’s northern end

The Carousel, a sky-grazing oceanfront hotel and condominium building on 118th Street, is a relic of mid-century Ocean City that’s withstood the test of time — though not…

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Pip the Beach Cat to write a children’s book about his Ocean City adventures
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Pip the Beach Cat to write a children’s book about his Ocean City adventures

Pip the Beach Cat is soft, orange, and striped, with round, white paws and big, attentive eyes. He’s seven or eight months old and small in stature, but…

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