The Resorter … Revisited

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Summer of 1979

Volume XXV

Edition 9

 

Issue Highlights

 

This week’s Resorter Girl was Margaret Mulholland, 22, an Easton native who was working at Phillips North this summer before returning to her studies at the University of Colorado.

 

Topping the “After Dark” entertainment pages were Dick Reihl, Sandbar Lounge; Dale Britt, Phillips by the Sea; Mac Arthur Park, The Wharf; Hank English, Carousel; and Chris Farren, Angler Restaurant.

 

Angelo’s Pasta House was open till 3 a.m. nightly on 27th Street.

 

“The Alternative” was across the top of a half-page color photo of a sunset in an advertisement for Fager’s Island.

 

Children were treated well at The Family Fish House, located inside the Gold Coast Mall, where kids under 6 ate for free and children 6 to 12 received reduced meal prices.

 

English’s had two popular locations in Ocean City at this time — one on 15th Street and another on 137th Street.

 

 

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