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What To Do With Teens on a Rainy Weekend at the Beach?

On a recent chilly, dreary spring day we decided we needed to venture out with the kids to do something other than watch movies or play video games as a family activity. We are lucky to live in such a wonderful area full of culinary variety and locally-owned restaurants. Thankfully our children love going to restaurants as much as we ...
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Pawnee’s Still Got It: Treat Yo Self at The Hobbit | Ocean City MD Dining

You might remember last year when we did a reflective piece on the merits of Ocean City versus the Dewey/Bethany/Rehoboth strip, viewing the two areas through the lens of the one and only, Leslie Knope. We’ll briefly recap: in the wonderful world of Parks & Recreation, there’s Pawnee and there’s Eagleton. Pawnee is the red-headed step-child of Eagleton, living in ...
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Starting New St. Patrick’s Day Traditions in Cambridge

So this year we decided to do something a little different for our weekend St. Patrick’s Day plans (see, in America we like to get the most out of every holiday by celebrating it not just on the actual holiday - March 17 - but on the Saturday before as well. Excessive? Of course it is, this is America). Instead ...
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Date Your Friends!

At Good Clean Fun Life, we are blessed (don’t worry I will leave the obnoxious #blessed out of this) to have a group of friends that are not only fun to enjoy a night out with, but are actually interesting and engaging people. Recently, we’ve collectively made the choice to spend more face time with one another...and no I DO ...
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Channeling Julia Child in 2016 | Beef Bourguignon

Those that know me, know I thoroughly enjoy cooking and even more so cooking for others. For Christmas I received the thoughtful gift of the two volume set of Julia Child's Mastering the Art of French Cooking. As I do not like to follow recipes, this is a challenge I accept for 2016, to cook as many of her dishes ...
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Shell Shocked 2015 ReCap | Ocean City MD Events

We were a little saddened this year when Shell Shocked sold out so quickly. Of course we were thrilled for the Fager’s crew and everyone involved in the annual booze-oyster fest, but for our friends that weren’t able to nab their tickets earlier, we were saddened. Nonetheless, we pushed forward in our adventures, and soon forgot about the poor saps ...
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Sip & Savor Wine Society Dinners at 99 Sea Level | Bethany Beach DE

Most wine novices know how daunting it can be to stare down at an extensive wine menu, wondering what to order. While taking suggestions from experienced servers is helpful, there is no replacement for the great feeling one gets when they can confidently order a bottle to pair with their meal. Wine education, though, can be hard to come by; …

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Fall Preview…Part Deux: Fall Beer Tasting | Craft Beer Berlin MD

When we last spoke, we were waxing poetic about the glory of fall. Well, halfway into the season, we are still in love with the mild season that sits snuggly between the glory that is summer and the misery that is winter. It’s that love/hate thing all over again. We love fall, but we hate what sits ominously on the ...
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Foodies, Winos and Musicians in Southern Delaware: GCFL does SoDel Fest

Food.Wine.Music. Need we say more? Well, we are going to of course, because that’s what we do here at GCFL...we hit the streets, experience all that we can possibly experience, and report back to our dear followers with video, photography, and a succinct recap of all that was glorious about our adventures. This week, we hit the highly-anticipated Southern Delaware ...
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Behind the Scenes with Paul Cullen of the Inaugural SoDelFest

At GCFL, we are all about that good.clean.fun.life, which more often than not includes sampling and enjoying some of the best cuisine that our local restaurants have to offer, discovering local music, and partaking in a few beverages now and then. When our good friend Paul Cullen told us about his vision for a wine, food, and music festival, we ...