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Summer is Coming

Summer is Coming   “When you play the game of thrones, you win or die”   The circumstances aren’t quite as dire here in Ocean City as they are in King’s Landing (and lord knows we are all grateful to not have a Lannister stalking about town), but nonetheless there is a feeling of excitement and impending doom in the …

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When April Fools Goes Right

Most people who know me know that I am not one to be taken too seriously.  As a matter of fact, whenever I post on my personal social media I am usually met with any level of sarcasm…and usually inappropriate.  Working primarily with bars and restaurants inappropriate humor is the norm for better or worse.  If you have ever worked in the industry you …

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Pickles Pub – Small Business Profile

Another owner/operator family business that has the right idea about taking care of locals and visitors alike. From the great food and drinks to games and live entertainment most nights, Brittney and Justin Acita have been working hard this winter to get everything dialed in at Pickles Pub Ocean City. This is just a taste of what’s to come.

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Heart of Gold Kids – Small Business Profile

Years ago the local paper ran an ad that simply said “Berlin – not just for old people.” It would seem Emily Cook Vocke and her husband Tim took that to heart when she opened Heart of Gold kids a baby boutique. Emily, a Berlin native, is making sure that all the kids in this town are gonna grow up …

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Uncle Jon’s Soap | Berlin Maryland

We are featuring short small business profiles for a variety of small businesses in our local area, that are outside the realm of the bars & restaurants that we typically work with. After having Jon on our Podcast, We decided we needed to get in and check out another great business in the coolest small town of Berlin. Uncle Jon’s Soap …

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Wintertime Slump | How to Get Through It

Oh the wintertime slump. That time of year when you can legitimately plead insanity and be pardoned for just about anything you do. In college, my friends and I coined the term ‘wintertime slump’ to account for the poor dating choices one would inevitably make during the months of January and February (and sometimes bleeding into March depending on the …