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Salmon so good, people will be quoting the recipe

I don’t know what’s wrong with me.  I recall random movie quotes or lines from books and plays at the strangest of times; almost all of the time.  I guess that makes my life a touch strange. Maybe I see the relevance of such quotation while I regurgitate, always seeming to find such aforementioned quotes… Read more »

Step aside seafood, it’s time for steak night

As the excitement mounts over the White Marlin Open, fishermen and onlookers alike are flocking to 14th Street to watch the weigh-ins along the Reel Inn docks. On the first day of the tournament, only 10 out of 250 (+/- 4 percent for statistical accuracy) boats actually fished on Monday so the event was non-existent…. Read more »

Multiple Yacht Club info sessions preceed balloting

OCEAN PINES – In preparation for the ballot question to be mailed Friday asking Ocean Pines Association members whether a new yacht club should be built, the OPA Board of Directors has organized several events to explain how the proposed $4.3 million Yacht Club project came to be. On Monday, property owners were invited to… Read more »

Victors of 2012 OPA election to be revealed

OCEAN PINES – After months of debate and campaigning by candidates, the results of the 2012 Ocean Pines Association Board of Directors election will be revealed at the OPA Annual Meeting on Saturday at the Ocean Pines Community Center in White Horse Park. Before announcing election results, OPA General Manager Bob Thompson and members of… Read more »

Local artists cover town this weekend to ‘Paint Berlin’

BERLIN — Local artists will be scattered this weekend throughout downtown Berlin, where they’ll capture historic old-town sights on their easels for Paint Berlin, a celebration of local painters. The public is welcome to observe these artists perform their work on any of the event’s days, Aug. 10-12. Painters may choose any scene on which… Read more »

Private equity like other ownership interests, in a way

We recently had some clients ask us what private equity was because they had heard the term used in the news recently. Like shares of stock, private equity embodies an ownership interest in a company. Unlike stocks, however, private aequity investments aren’t listed or traded on a public exchange. Private equity firms often are more… Read more »

‘Hard and fat’ crabs are store’s specialty

(Ed. note: This is part one of a two-part series spotlighting two establishments not even a quarter of a mile apart on Cathell Road that have offered locally-produced goods for years: Country Barn Seafood and the Harvest Grove Garden Market). BERLIN — Country Barn Seafood, co-owned by Charles “Speedy” Voss, sells quality carryout seafood. Maryland… Read more »

Businesses can buy ‘Berlinopoly’ spots

BERLIN — Local businesses are encouraged to reserve a spot on Berlinopoly, a custom Berlin-themed Monopoly board to be sold in town this winter, before all sponsorship opportunities are claimed. Although the Berlin Chamber of Commerce is behind the board’s creation, its final design is dependent on the community. Nearly all parts of the game… Read more »

Buying local is good business

BERLIN — Thee Berlin businesses are banding together this month to promote the benefits of buying goods locally. The owners and operators of The Good Farm, Burley Oak Brewing Company and Baked Dessert Café created this Buy Local Challenge to encourage consumers to avoid traditional grocery stores and retailers in August and instead purchase goods… Read more »

Edwin ‘Ned’ McIntosh

OCEAN PINES — Edwin “Ned” McIntosh, 88, of The Parke at Ocean Pines and Berlin, departed this life on Wednesday, Aug.1, 2012, at Coastal Hospice at the Lake in Salisbury. He is survived by his wife of 59 years, Elaine; six children, Bethann McIntosh-King and her husband, Johnpaul, of Guerneville, Calif., Bob McIntosh and his wife,… Read more »