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The Andy Man Can

The Andy Man Can

It has been three decades of magic for Andy Bednarek.

Sweet 'Surrender': Looking Back with the Bongo Room's Old House Band

Sweet 'Surrender': Looking Back with the Bongo Room's Old House Band

It was supposed to be a one-off, an audition-by-fire for five young men from West Philadelphia who had formed a rock ‘n’ roll cover band, called themselves Surrender and found barely paying gigs playing Italian social clubs in the neighborhood.

Preserving the Natural Wonders of Our Island

Preserving the Natural Wonders of Our Island

Seven Mile Island is a very special place. The barrier island’s natural resources provide an amazing wealth that is often appreciated relative to its beautiful beaches, fantastic dining and great recreation potential that so many residents and visitors enjoy. Seven Mile Island is also a remarkable place for its natural resources; natural resources that often go unnoticed. The great mosaic of environments and habitats of the area make this a place so special that for many animals, this is a place of global importance. This gift also brings great responsibility because what happens here – good and bad – has profound impact to many species throughout their entire range.

This Old House: Brophy Family Celebrates 50 Years of Memories in Avalon Shore House

This Old House: Brophy Family Celebrates 50 Years of Memories in Avalon Shore House

Change is inevitable. And over the last 50 years, the town of Avalon has seen a lot of change. The dirt road connecting Avalon and Stone Harbor was paved. Businesses like Sullivan’s, Donnelly’s Deli, The Bongo Room, and many more have come and gone. The boardwalk movie theater shut down, and a huge jetty was built on the north end. The beaches have been dredged a thousand times, and people who first came here as children in the 1960s are now bringing their grandchildren to the beach. Many of the original beach cottages have been knocked down and replaced with mansions. But not all that was is lost.

Avalon Vietnam Vet Takes WWII Vets to See Their Memorials in D.C.

Avalon Vietnam Vet Takes WWII Vets to See Their Memorials in D.C.

Rich Murray has turned gratitude into an avocation.

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