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Special To The SunAtrip to the beach can be an educational one if you choose Lewes, Del., as your destination. It can be a quiet one, too, especially in the fall as the peak tourist season winds down. Located near Cape Henlopen (where the Delaware Bay meets the Atlantic...
Tags: Lewes, Foods and Beverages, Restaurants, New Jersey, Delaware
Special To The SunIt took more than just its famous tomato to dub New Jersey the Garden State. Although today it is the most densely populated state in the Union, New Jersey has never forsaken its love affair with nature that marked the region's bucolic beginnings....
Special To The SunOver the summer, Cape May, N.J., endured unusually wet weather, a sewage spill in August that resulted in the temporary closing of several beaches, and the lingering effects of a sluggish economy. But it was still crowded. Even in sunny, booming times,...
Tags: Lewes, Building Material, Vehicles, Columbus Day, New Jersey
Sun StaffAuthor Walter Mosley's room is dark and mysterious with midnight-blue walls, black velvet drapes and lamps that shine interrogationlike spotlights across the walls. It's a room befitting the popular creator of a series of detective novels. Toni Morrison'...
Heading to the shore? Whether you're looking for a beach town to visit, trying to find the best beach or the best restaurant, the Mcall.com Beach Guide is your top source! Click the sections below for New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland shore guide...
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Sun StaffTwenty-five minutes north of the hustle and bustle of downtown Baltimore lies the quiet and idyllic Baltimore County village of Lutherville, a Victorian confection so lovely and pristine that comparisons with Cape May, N.J., would not be an...
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Marie Gawlik of Bethlehem, who cooked and did other work for Grace, remembers his 50th wedding anniversary party in 1952. Furniture was removed to make way for tables where guests could sit and listen to Gypsy music performed by strolling musicians from...
Sun staffThe towers hide in plain sight; there is nothing stiller or more silent on the Lewes, Del., beach. They have been part of this place for so long that people who return year after year to the Delaware resorts hardly notice them anymore. The war against the...
Tags: Delaware, Gardens and Parks, Maryland, England, Armed Forces
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