An oyster fritter sandwich The vast temperature swings this time of year The movie, ‘State of Play’ My son’s energy level in the morning A chilly dip in the pool Ben Stein on the CBS Sunday morning show My dogs’ enfatuation with tennis balls The sounds of kids at play in a parkRational protests A… Read more »
It finally happened.I guess it was inevitable. A major kid meltdown led to us having to leave a restaurant early.While at The Globe last Thursday, Beckett was throwing the fit of all fits, and we had no other choice but to raise the white flag, or the black cloth table napkin in this case. We… Read more »
The Bank of Ocean City continues to sponsor the live broadcast of Stephen Decatur High School’s football games on WQMR 101.1FM this season. Additionally, the bank is presenting a weekly plaque to the MVP of each game as well as making a $50 donation to the football program’s athletic boosters. Above, from left, are Bank… Read more »
It was about six in the morning when Dr. Merle Marsh, a Worcester Prep administrator, received a message from the British Broadcasting Company requesting interviews with students about President Obama’s Health Care Plan. A few hours later, Worcester Prep students commented on President Obama’s Health Care Plan on British Broadcasting World News Radio. They are,… Read more »
Jacqueline Small, third grade teacher at OceanCity Elementary School, helps Michelle Hernandez work on a biography poem in the school’s tech lab.
Berlin Intermediate School recently held its annual Back to School pep rally. All smiles were students Mallory Vara, Lexie VanKirk and Christina Romano.
“Reading Buddies” from Ocean City Elementary School enjoyed making ice cream and reading a good book together on their first week back to school. Pictured from Wendi Eitel’s fourth grade class is Macy Petersen and from Monica Piern’s second grade class is Jacob Feldman.
Among the students taking part in Berlin Intermediate School’s Back to School pep rally are Logan Figgs and Claire Porter.
Connor Douglas, a senior at Worcester Preparatory School, has been named a National Merit Scholar Semi-Finalist. His high scores on the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test-National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test qualified him to be among a small percentage of students eligible for a National Merit Scholarship. Above, Headmaster Dr. Barry Tull is pictured with Douglas, the… Read more »
A hotel room on a high floor Steamed shrimp and a cold beer A weekend of football When my son brings me something A piece of driftwood on a beach Deer in the marsh on AssateagueA bunch of tall trees hanging over a roadComing across a strange seashell Quick gas stops on a road tripPutting… Read more »