Kindergarten Students At OC Elementary Work On Movement While Listening Unit

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Kindergarten students in Bethany Pugner’s Music class at Ocean City Elementary have been working on a Movement while Listening Unit. Pictured are Lucas Ruppert, Caroline Olson and Cole Smith, listening to Bear Hunt, a speech piece about a pretend bear hunt. On their search to find the bear’s cave, students had fun rubbing their hands together to produce a “wheat-like” sound as they traveled through the fields.  Submitted Photo

Vanishing Ocean City With Bunk Mann

The English Diner opened in 1939 on the corner of Wicomico Street and Baltimore Avenue. Moved to 21st Street and Philadelphia Avenue in the last 1950s, it was one of Ocean City’s most popular family restaurants. It was known as “Little City Hall” for the daily breakfast gatherings of Ocean City’s political elite during the years that Hugh Cropper, Harry Kelley … Continue reading

Things I Like

Watching my kids ski in the snow   Young leaders in action   Reader submitted images   Children who don’t mind wearing glasses   Smart phones with a long battery life   Uniquely large coffee cups   Visiting a place I’ve never been before   The view from atop a ski lift   Movies with a great soundtrack   The … Continue reading

The Resorter … Revisited

Summer of 1970 Volume XVI Edition 5 Issue Highlights This week’s “Resorter Girl” was Nancy Arenzm who was sporting Villager Swimwear. Mr. and Mrs. R. Marbury Stamp invited guests to their North Winds Motel on the bay at 55th Street. Among those featured in Shirley Ferrante’s Salty Spray column were Dick Laws, 64th Street Super Market; Josh Richardson, Josh’s 46th … Continue reading

Vanishing Ocean City With Bunk Mann

Boxing was once one of America’s most popular sports and Ocean City offered both amateur and professional fights in the late 1920s and 1930s. Captain W.B.S Powell — prominent businessman and former Ocean City mayor — was the local boxing promoter. Bouts were held in an outdoor arena between South Division Street and S. 1st Street in the area where … Continue reading