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Secluded Beaches

By Roger E. Hernandez | September 18, 2014
Secluded Jersey Shore Beaches - New Jersey Monthly - Best of NJ...
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Daddy Kept the Light On

By Tom McDonough | September 18, 2014
Twin Lights Lighthouse - New Jersey Monthly - Best of NJ...
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A Death at the Shore

By Jennifer Melick | September 18, 2014
Crime takes a vacation at the Shore in Chris Grabenstein’s breathtakingly paced first novel, Tilt a Whirl (Carroll & Graf, $23.95), set in the fictitious town of Sea Haven. ...
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How well do you know your music? Take our Great Shore Music Trivia Quiz and find out....
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A day on Chicken Bone Beach might yield an encounter with Count Basie, Louis Armstrong, or Sammy Davis Jr....
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Shore Lore: Going Deep

By John T. Ward | September 18, 2014
For 200 years, there’s been a lot of marine traffic in the waters off New Jersey,” including an untold number of lethal mishaps, says dive-boat operator Steve Nagiewicz of Brick Township. “So there’s a pretty good maritime history down there.”...
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Are Cape May diamonds really diamonds? Not exactly....
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In August 1861, just after the Union Army was routed at Bull Run in the first big Civil War battle, the new First Lady deemed it “absolutely necessary to her health that she should enjoy a release from her arduous responsibilities in the more invigorating air of the sea shore,” the New York Times reported. ...
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Shore Lore: Nut Case

By Bill Kent | September 18, 2014
Mr. Peanut was born in 1916, when Virginia schoolboy Antonio Gentile won $5 for his winning sketch of a peanut with a face, arms, and legs in a nationwide contest sponsored by the Planters Nut and Chocolate Company. ...
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The Big Freeze

By Michael Parillo | September 18, 2014
To support worthy causes, some people write a check, others do volunteer work…and still other intrepid souls jump into the Atlantic Ocean in the dead of winter....
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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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