Tina Adams’s first grade class at Ocean City Elementary recently read about Rosa Parks and equality during a unit on Courageous Leaders. Pictured are Brody Taylor, Gabriel Marin Cano, Gavin Smith, Chloe Holland, Noa Bouzaglo and Lucia West.
Sunday morning was an eventful one around our house. As we were getting ready for church, Beckett confirmed the stomach bug he had the day before was still with him. We pushed him to come to church because it was to be a special day for Carson as he was to be presented, along with… Read more »
Ocean City has seen its share of eye-catching advertising devices over the years. The Giant Bull with sunglasses at Capt. Bob’s Steakhouse on 64th Street, Laffin’ Sal at Jester’s Fun House on Worcester Street and Morbid Manner with its ghosts and ghouls on the pier have all pass-ed into history. One of the most recent… Read more »
Close playoff football games Showing my kids something they have never seen before A solitary leaf on a tree branch Humble professional athletes Allen Sklar’s wildlife photos Eating out on half-price nights The last stretch of a long road trip Shoes that hold up well A friendly grocery store cashier The patience level of a… Read more »
The Rusty Pipes, a co-ed a cappella group from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), based in Troy, N.Y., performed for Worcester Preparatory School’s (WPS) Middle and Upper School on Jan. 12. What makes the visit even more meaningful is that one of the lead singers, Ariella Anthony of Seaford, Del. is a 2014 alum who sang… Read more »
Worcester Prep students from Berlin, Dagsboro, Lewes, Ocean City, Rehoboth Beach and Salisbury were recently recognized as Winter Sports Award winners. Left, front from left, are seventh grade girls basketball award winners Abbey Miller, co-most improved player; Lily Baeurle, most valuable player; Maggie Miller, co-most improved player; and Morgan White, coach’s award. Standing, from left,… Read more »
Warming up after playing in the snow with my kids That Clemson beat Alabama Celebrities who don’t talk politics A random bit of good news How exhausted my kids are after sledding Sullivan’s Island, S.C. Snowy beach photos Working out in the morning Vehicle remote starts this time of year Short power outages Four-wheel drive… Read more »
After three hours of asking, we finally agreed to take the kids out in the snow last Saturday morning. It was basically a blizzard with temperatures in the teens. At that point, we had about nine inches of snow on the ground (with three more to come). We didn’t last long, even though we were… Read more »