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Tasting Asbury Park

Today, we hit the streets, visiting a handful of Asbury Park’s eateries in its 7th annual restaurant tour. The weather was fair, and the food was tasty. The great thing about these tours is that it gives you a snapshot of the places that you want to go back to. The ones with the longs …

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Tennis Anyone?

Tennis. Those who play it, love it, and we can understand why.

For some, tennis can be a vigorous and competitive activity that can burn more calories than aerobics. Others just play for the fun of it.

One thing for sure, the more you play, the more you want to play. It’s one of the funnest sports we’ve ever played. And hopefully, the company you keep encourages you to play more. This is one of the reasons why we enjoy playing at the Atlantic Club in Manasquan.

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When Harvey Met Sandy

When it’s sunny out, sometimes it hard to imagine how a storm could be raging and so ravaging elsewhere. Today, it’s a different story with the constant rain and wind, so reminiscent of our own storm from 5 years ago. The endless wetness, the fall-like weather. This was Sandy, and now, there’s Harvey. Our hearts go out …

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Fancy Some Love’s Labor’s Lost?

Take your Shakespearean hats off for this one, the emcee warned us at the onset of the performance. When you see the Quintessence Theatre’s adaptation of Love’s Labor’s Lost, you’ll know why. It’s Shakespeare with Americanisms throughout. Josh Carpenter plays the “fantastical” Spaniard Don Armado, and his performance is superb, and downright funny. That voice he uses! The cast gives …

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Are you going to try to catch a leprechaun on St Patrick’s Day? We tried… and we are still trying. In the meantime, we’re getting ready to celebrate the day as intended. Here are a few places you can visit — Erin go Bragh. Harrigan’s Pub, Sea Girt St. Stephen’s Green Publick, Spring Lake Kelly’s, Neptune Rod’s …