Thursday, July 10, 2014
Inquirer Daily News

Shore Guide

WILDWOOD - The phenomenon of electronic dance music - or EDM, as it is popularly called - will hit the beach here Saturday with an event called BeachGlow, a concert for charity benefiting the American Red Cross.
ATLANTIC CITY AQUARIUM 800 N. New Hampshire Ave., Atlantic City. The most popular attraction at the aquarium is the 11 a.m. daily feeding in the main tank. An aquarium diver enters the tank and feeds perch and other fresh fish to the species while answering questions from the audience through an underwater microphone.
OCEAN GROVE, N.J. - With the ceremonial reopening of the Ocean Grove boardwalk Thursday, most of the Jersey Shore's boardwalks are back in business following Hurricane Sandy.
WILDWOOD - LuLu the Labrador arrived with a bounding in her step formerly reserved for Devil's Pool in the Wissahickon.
OCEAN CITY, N.J. - It was a terribly sad gathering under a beating hot sun out by the Ninth Street jetty Tuesday afternoon, even as beachgoers sat under umbrellas not far away.
Rescuers have called off their search for a 14-year-old Philadelphia boy who was swept away in a riptide Sunday evening in Ocean City, N.J.
John J. Nolen Sr., 72, of Ocean City, N.J., a former Philadelphia highway patrolman, shot in the line of duty in 1970, who rebounded in part by using his own experience to help others, died Friday, June 27.
Sunday OCEAN CITY Pianist Jeffrey Biegel joins the Ocean City Pops Orchestra for a tribute to Neil Sedaka, whose varied music career spans 50 years. At 8 p.m., at the Ocean City Music Pier, Moorlyn Terrace and boardwalk, Biegel will play Sedaka's "Manhattan Intermezzo" and George Gershwin's iconic crowd favorite, "Rhapsody in Blue." Tickets are $10 to $15 and can be purchased online at www.ocnj.us/boxoffice.