Shop Will Feature New and Vintage Bikes

  By DON STINE   If you are looking for a new or vintage bicycle, or even to have your present bike repaired or accessorized, then you might stop in at the Rusty Pedal bike shop scheduled to open on Sixth Avenue in Neptune this spring.   Shawn Mazur, Neptune, and Steve Vorwerk, Belmar, are opening […]

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Historical Society Honors Legendary Photographer

  Bradley Beach photographer Milton Edelman, who is 94 and been taking pictures of the Asbury Park area for decades, will be recognized and honored at the Asbury Park Historical Society’s annual reorganization meeting on Thurs., Jan. 19. “Milton took many iconic images of Asbury Park and the surrounding area. He was all over the […]

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After 34 Years Giamano’s Closes Its Doors

  By JOANNE L. PAPAIANNI         Giamano’s Restaurant, a fixture in Bradley Beach for more than 30 years, has closed its doors for good. Owner Steffan Manno said the reality of not reopening the restaurant, which has occupied a spot on Main Street for three decades, has not yet hit him. “Well, we traditionally close […]

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In Bradley Beach: Marketing Firm Will Produce Memorial Day Festival

  By PETE WALTON The Bradley Beach Borough Council has approved an arrangement with a Red Bank-based marketing firm to produce the borough’s annual Memorial Day Festival. Harvey Rosenberg, who chairs the committee which oversees the festival, said that the borough’s First Aid Squad has agreed to take over sponsorship of the event. Rosenberg said […]

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Food for Fines in Bradley Beach

  By DENISE HERSCHEL It began in 2011 during the Thanksgiving holiday season and has taken place every year since it’s debut five years ago. It has been welcomed with open arms by library patrons and according to Janet Torsney, Bradley Beach Library Director, the “Food for Fines” program at the library is not only […]

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