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Salome's Stars: Horoscope for week of Sept. 1

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Written by Staff Reports Monday, September 01, 2014 12:00 am

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Horoscope for week of Sept. 1

ARIES (March 21-April 19) Be careful not to allow the backers of a new financial "deal" to pull the wool over the Lamb's eyes. It could hold fewer plusses and more negatives than you were first led to believe.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20) It's a good idea to finish all incomplete tasks so that you can devote your attention to next week's projects. The weekend could hold surprises for romantic Ferdinands and Fernandas.

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Avalon stores open doors for End-of-Summer Shop Hop

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Written by Staff Reports Sunday, August 31, 2014 12:00 am

Flameworkers from WheatonArts and Cultural Center will present a handmade glass beads demonstration 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 6 at Avalon Shops on Dune.  Flameworkers from WheatonArts and Cultural Center will present a handmade glass beads demonstration 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 6 at Avalon Shops on Dune.  AVALON - The Avalon Chamber of Commerce will hold its second annual End-of-Summer Shop Hop Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 6 and Sept. 7 throughout the shopping district.

More than 30 businesses in Avalon plan to participate by offering discounts of up to 75 percent, buy one, get one free deals and other sales. Stores will be offering hospitality such as wine and cheese, sweets and other refreshments.

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The Shorter Days of August, September

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Written by Staff Reports Thursday, August 28, 2014 05:00 pm

By now, we've all noticed that our summer days are growing shorter.  The longest day is over a month past and we can look forward to our daylight growing shorter until the shortest day in December. 

While we all notice the lengthening and shortening of the days, a lot of people don't noticed that the change in daylight is not smooth and even. 

Actually, the length of daylight doesn't change very much for about a month on either side of the longest day. 

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Never a dull moment – and that’s how he likes it

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Written by Brian Cunniff Thursday, August 28, 2014 04:28 pm

Shaun Stamm has been with the North Wildwood Beach Patrol for six years. Shaun Stamm has been with the North Wildwood Beach Patrol for six years.

Shaun Stamm broke one of the cardinal rules of being a lifeguard a few years ago: He went to the beach on his day off.

Three young kids are sure glad he did.

Stamm, a North Wildwood lifeguard, was hanging out on the beach that day with his family and friends after the working lifeguards had finished their shifts.

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Found it in … Stone Harbor

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Written by Staff Reports Friday, August 08, 2014 03:22 pm

Beach Baby scented soap from Blue Eden in Stone Harbor./Lauren Dickey Beach Baby scented soap from Blue Eden in Stone Harbor./Lauren Dickey Sitting on the beach watching the children play, feeling the breeze and taking in the sweet smell of the ocean is an experience some people never want to forget. But even when the lazy days of summer are long gone, this beach-scented soap available at Blue Eden in Stone Harbor will bring those carefree moments back to mind.

The Beach Baby collection is a line of soaps, lotions and roll-on perfumes with the breezy scent of the beach. Made from all-organic ingredients such as goat’s milk, honey and fragrances with no chemical additives, everything in the collection is handmade by boutique owner Caroline Ranoia.

Blue Eden is at 324 96th St. See www.blueedenstoneharbor.com .

   

Wildwood guard feels at home on the stand

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Written by Brian Cunniff Thursday, August 07, 2014 02:00 pm

Wildwood lifeguard Kevin Buschbeck rotates at various stands in the city’s north end. Wildwood lifeguard Kevin Buschbeck rotates at various stands in the city’s north end.

Kevin Buschbeck doesn’t remember climbing onto a lifeguard stand when he was very young, but his family has pictures of him doing just that.

“We used to come to Wildwood for a week twice each summer,” Buschbeck recalled. “My parents have pictures of me on a lifeguard stand, even though I don’t remember it. So ever since I was a little kid, I guess I loved lifeguarding.”

Buschbeck, 21, is a third-year lifeguard for the Wildwood Beach Patrol. He was recently named the patrol’s lifeguard of the week.

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People Poll: Bugged on the beach?

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Written by Staff Reports Thursday, August 07, 2014 01:19 pm

Question: What is one thing that bugs you when you are on the beach?

Sue Gorman-Batot, Mullica Sue Gorman-Batot, Mullica

People who litter, because we have free beaches, and if there’s littering that goes away.

– Sue Gorman-Batot, Mullica

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People Poll: Circus

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Written by Lauren Dickey Friday, August 01, 2014 12:00 am

Question: If you joined the circus, what would you be?

Megan Buccheri, Pottstown, Pa I would be the ringmaster because I get to run everything.

- Megan Buccheri, Pottstown, Pa.

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Just add paint

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Written by Lauren Dickey Thursday, July 24, 2014 02:49 pm

Max Alweiss, 4, gets some assistance from his mother, Michelle Alweiss. / Lauren Dickey Max Alweiss, 4, gets some assistance from his mother, Michelle Alweiss. / Lauren Dickey There are plenty of ways to keep kids busy over summer vacation – swimming at the beach or pool, boardwalk games and amusement rides, museums, mini golf, movies and more – but sometimes children need a little downtime and the chance to experience the quieter side of life at the beach.

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Lucy and her Sisters

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Written by Marjorie Preston Friday, July 18, 2014 01:12 pm

Lucy is in shipshape for her 130th birthday celebration in 2011. Lucy is in shipshape for her 130th birthday celebration in 2011. Lucy the Elephant, whose 133rd birthday will be celebrated Saturday, July 19, was one of three mammoth structures built on the East Coast in the late 1800s. The celebration will include carnival games, rides, activities, food and entertainment. There will be free parking and shuttle service to the site from the Union Avenue School playground. For information call 609-823-6473 or see www.lucythelephant.org.

Everyone loves Lucy, the roadside elephant now celebrating her 133rd year as a Margate landmark. But many people don’t know that Lucy once had two sisters: the Light of Asia, a similar wooden elephant built to draw visitors and investors to Cape May, and Elephantine Colossus, which graced an amusement park on New York’s Coney Island.

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