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Friday Aug 28 | via Worcester County Times
Ocean City Jeep Week rolls into town Aug. 27-30 The three-day-event celebrates the vehicle and its drivers across Worcester County. Check out this story on delmarvanow.com: The Jeeples, or Jeep people, are an extremely tight-knit community, but you don't have to be a Jeep owner to enjoy Ocean City's Jeep Week says Daina Behe, director of marketing for the event. Comment?
Thursday Aug 27 | via NJ.com
White marlin are the big winners in most canyon tournaments, and there was no exception to that rule in last week's MidAtlantic that drew 139 boats sailing out of Cape May and Ocean City, Maryland. The largest whites showed up the last couple of days, which worked out for Michael Savino, who formerly owned Michael's Tackle in Great Kills, Staten Island. Comment?
Friday Aug 21 | via NJ.com
Texas Tea was back to the scales not long after 5 p.m. with a white marlin that could pay off big in the MidAtlantic at Cape May and Ocean City, Maryland. That 77-pounder took over first place which had been held by a 71-pounder on Naps V. The estimated pay-off if the Texas Tea white stands up is $713,575.33. Comment?
Friday Aug 21 | via PRWeb
The connection between the jaw and cervical spine and how misalignment affects the jaw, neck and outcomes of oral sleep appliance therapy in Dental Sleep Medicine. "This symposium gave dental practitioners, especially those just starting out, an opportunity to really learn about therapies available and provide insight on resources they have to explore in order to be successful," commented Dr. Alpher. Comment?
Thursday Aug 20 | via The Dispatch
The beach and Boardwalk became unlikely locations for a peaceful demonstration for statehood for the District of Columbia on Wednesday afternoon. A couple dozen members of DisruptDC, a new student advocacy organization calling for statehood and everything that implies for Washington, D.C. The organization set up camp on the beach at 1st Street and handed out fliers and literature explaining the cause to anyone who would listen. Comment?
Wednesday Aug 19 | via NJ.com
There were big changes in the leaderboard on Wednesday at the MidAtlantic in Cape May and Ocean City, Md. The first two eligible white marlin were weighed, with a 65-pounder on Reel Joy getting pushed to second when Naps V brought in a 71-pounder. Comment?
Tuesday Aug 18 | via NJ.com
Sixty boats took advantage of fine weather in the second day of the MidAtlantic Tournament at Cape May and Ocean City, Md., but there weren't many impressive fish brought in. The only two highlights were the new second place blue marlin of 437 pounds on Fish On, that was noted in tonight's blog, and then the 214-pound bigeye tuna on Plane Simple that took over the tuna lead from Canyon Runner's 199-pounder that was just one pound ahead of Operating Room yesterday. Comment?
Tuesday Aug 18 | via The Jersey Journal
The first Tuesday weigh-in at The MidAtlantic Tournament in Cape May and Ocean City, Md. was a big one -- a 437-pound blue marlin from Fish On that's well short of Monday's 543-pounder on Ringleader, but still in line for a pay-off of $189,904.80 should no other eligible blues be weighed. Comment?
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