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Dining@LargeLissa gave us a beach mini-review in a comment earlier, and I liked it so much I decided to make it one our guest posts. I didn't have a photo of Go Fish, but this is Rehoboth. Here's Lissa.......
Maryland WeatherWhile Baltimoreans may simply be tired of the gray, and the gloom, and the drip, residents of Maryland's southern counties - on both sides of the Chesapeake, are dealing with a serious deluge of rain and high tides from the......
Special to The TimesLast month, Sen. John McCain dropped by “Saturday Night Live,” drawing laughs from his promise, if elected president, to fight expensive federal projects -- such as, he spoofed, a Department of Defense device to "jam gaydar." That was a joke....
Dining@LargeLissa's mini-review of her recent meal at Rehoboth Beach reminded me that I want to ask anyone who wants to participate to write a guest post for Beach Week. If you have a photo as well, all the better, but......
Special To The SunMost families have their own beach traditions. For some, it is a trek to Ocean City every summer. For others, it is North Carolina's Outer Banks. But for many, Rehoboth Beach, Del., is the place to go to swim in the salty Atlantic and consume the many...
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...
Sun StaffHere are the restaurants that were most often recommended to us for good, innovative dining. (One caveat: They also tend to be Rehoboth's most expensive.) - Back Porch Cafe, 302-227-3674, 59 Rehoboth Ave., Rehoboth Beach, Del. 19971. Imaginative...
August 25, 1933A seaplane was sent today from the Naval Academy to survey the needs of inhabitant on islands in the Chesapeake Bay cut off from the mainland by the devastation of storm and flood. The plane set out this afternoon while the storm-stricken sections of the...
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Associated PressTwenty-five years ago, when teachers Steven and Barbara Crane opened a small bookstore here for something to do in the summer, they needed no employees. Rehoboth, with its quiet, tree-shaded streets and steep, coarse-sand beach, livened up only for the...
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