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  1. Organization offers Ocean City home for free vacations for disabled

    Jim Hoffman was sitting outside on a Monday morning, his third day of vacationing at an Ocean City shore house.
  2. 100 years ago, ‘man-eater’ terrorized the Jersey Shore

    Long before the summer of 1975, when Steven Spielberg’s “Jaws” convinced moviegoers not to go near the water, the Jersey Shore had its own bit of shark-attack history, in some ways much stranger than fiction.
  3. ‘Wreck-It Ralph’ sequel set for March 2018

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — “Wreck-It Ralph” is headed back to the arcade, and theaters, in a sequel planned for release on March 9, 2018. Co-directors Rich Moore and Phil Johnston announced the sequel to the 2012 animated film Thursday morning on Facebook Live.

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Egg Harbor Township writer walks with elephant giants

I stomped through the dusty Cambodian jungle in a line of 10 or so people, listening to the voice of our guide as he bushwhacked ahead. A mud-coated branch slapped me across the cheek, and I looked down to find little wisps of mud up and down my arms, a distinct trail left by the giant gray wrinkly bodies we were following. Elephants, considering their size, are incredibly easy to lose.

Eastern Orthodox Christians celebrate Easter

For most people, Easter has come and gone. But for some Christians in South Jersey, today marks the end of an eventful week.

Finding South Jersey's sound through songbirds

It’s time to open up the windows, let some fresh air in and take in the warm weather.

Taste (and make) shore meals with 'The Jersey Shore Cookbook'

What is Jersey Shore cuisine?

So you want to plan a wedding? Here are some tips

With the Bliss Bridal Expo taking place from noon to 4 p.m. April 3 at the Carriage House in Galloway Township, it’s a good time to think about weddings and how to make sure yours is a success. Here is some advice from local experts on making sure your big day is a great day.

70 South Jersey love stories for Valentine's Day

We asked Press of Atlantic City readers to send in their stories of love.

Manahawkin teen performs Sunday on Rutgers stage

Emily Gulden believes in preparing herself to achieve her goals.

Star power the name of the game with award shows

Award Show Season is upon us.

South Jersey artists create ways to survive in stormy economy

Multimedia artist Drew Dennis, of Pleasantville, believes people should pursue careers in whatever inspires them. For him, that means following a calling for the visual arts while living in a county dominated by casinos.

What South Jersey children want to accomplish in 2016

A lot of New Year’s resolutions have to do with being better adults.

Making turducken: Three times the flavor, work

Thanksgiving is a more-than-busy time for Jeff Schwartz.

NaNoWriMo urges writers to jot down 50,000-word novels

Words have been compared to a lot of things.

Cape May festival comes together for the love of jazz

Two of Michael Kline's loves - music and the city of Cape May - come together in the Exit Zero International Jazz Festival next weekend.

Thursday is last day to enter our Halloween story contest

Trick-or-treating is just a month away, and that means it’s time again for The Press of Atlantic City’s Halloween story contest for young writers.

South Jersey runners stick together

Early on a Sunday morning, the air in Ventnor is crisp and the bright sun rises slowly just over the Atlantic Ocean. Several people donning neon colored tank tops make their way onto the Boardwalk at 6:45 a.m.

Northfield couple becomes Big Brother, Big Sister to Hammonton teen

Donna and Kevin Hare, of Mays Landing, volunteered with Big Brothers Big Sisters because they wanted to help make someone else's life better.

Emmy nominations: Who would Living writers give the Emmy to?

The Emmy Awards tonight will recognize some of the best producers, actors and shows in the business, starting at 8 p.m. on FOX. Some awards are decided ahead of time, but the following are six of the most coveted categories of the night.

Matt McAndrew's start in Barnegat Light led to musical future

Musical success meant something way different to Matt McAndrew before his shot at “The Voice,” before he was named the opening act for the first beach concert this year in Atlantic City.

David Bromberg brings Americana to Ocean City

If you listened to bluegrass, folk, country or rock music during the 1970s, it was hard to miss the songs or musicianship of singer-songwriter David Bromberg.

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