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Doing the Wave

By Jon Coen | September 18, 2014
If you’re a longtime Loch Arbor surfer, you’re most likely cringing at the thought of us giving up your secret, but bro, the spot rocks....
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Whose Shore is it Anyway?

By Emily Brady | September 18, 2014
A band of locals fed up with the crass, contemptuous brand of tourist they call Bennys fights for elbow room—and a little respect....
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The pleasures of the Jersey Shore run the gamut from A-Z....
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The pleasures of the Jersey Shore run the gamut from A-Z....
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The pleasures of the Jersey Shore run the gamut from A-Z....
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The pleasures of the Jersey Shore run the gamut from A-Z....
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The pleasures of the Jersey Shore run the gamut from A-Z. ...
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The pleasures of the Jersey Shore run the gamut from A-Z. ...
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Every June, I have flashbacks to Ortley Beach in the late 1960s, when we’d cram ten to fifteen Adubatos into a tiny bungalow for an annual two-week “vacation.”...
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Only in New Jersey can there be three Shores. Last year I moderated a tourism conference about the Shore, and intense debate broke out about “which shore” I was referring to. Was it from Cape May to Atlantic City or Ocean and Monmouth counties? What about the “North Jersey shore,” starting at exit 117 on the Parkway?...
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Three (Onion) Ring Circus

By Karen Irvine | September 18, 2014
Pull into the Circus Drive-In on Route 35 in Wall Township, with its immense, grinning clown outlined in bright, buzzing neon, and you might feel you’ve entered a scene from American Graffiti, George Lucas’s 1973 homage to 1960s teen life....
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Pray for Surf

By Jennifer Melick | September 18, 2014
For the record, Sister James Delores of the Villa Maria by the Sea in Stone Harbor would like it known that she doesn’t surf. However, she was once a good enough athlete to be asked to join the first women’s professional baseball team in Chicago....
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