Monday, May 18, 2009

News from Around the South Jersey Shore

Delaware gets sports betting. Is Atlantic City next?

I don't think it's possible to create a "Miami vibe" in Atlantic City -- retro yes. But Miami?

Electricity might cost more in Atlantic City soon.

The World Series of Birding happened in NJ on Mother's Day weekend. Here's a write up.

Well, this I didn't know: Taylor Swift is a Stone Harbor girl.

Tracy Hottenstein's death has been ruled an accident (she died on Polar Bear Plunge weekend in Sea Isle), but the case is not closed. Official cause of death: "hypothermia due to exposure complicating acute alcohol intoxication," according to the medical examiner's office. It looks like her family is moving in a direction to sue the city.

Tri for our Vets is DAYS AWAY. Here's an interview with organizer Matt McCulley. I'm not doing the tri, but will be helping out some vets on the course.

Note to you kiddies: Don't even try using fake IDs in North Wildwood.

The New York Times forecasts the real estate market at the Jersey Shore.

Not a shocker: the deal to sell Trump Marina is most likely a no-go.

And here's what's free to do by the sea (written by me!)

Stay tuned into the blog tomorrow -- the 2009 NJ Top Beaches will be announced around 11am. I'll post the results when I have them.

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