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Ocean City of Years Past

For many families, visiting Ocean City is a summer tradition. Some of the older folks who have been vacationing here for decades can still remember when the boardwalk wasn’t past 33rd street. In some ways, barely anything has changed: the beach and boards have been here seemingly forever and Coastal Highway will eternally be lined with hotels, motels, mini golf and Dumser’s. But there are subtleties that make the town just a little different from year to year, too: businesses come and go. Amusements are replaced and remodeled. Sky-grazing condos are built and uninitiated families are constantly discovering all the joys that OC has to offer.

It’s these little differences that spawned a thread on our forum in 2004 called “Reminiscing – Ocean City of Yesteryear.” A user by the name of songbird made the first post and opened up a nostalgia-inducing six-page-long discussion that continues to this day. On the thread, users share their memories and reflect on the restaurants, motels and rides that they frequented back in the day, some of which still exist and others that have been sadly lost to the sands of time.

I discovered the thread when I was looking up old pictures of my favorite place on Earth, the Trimper’s Haunted House, which has undergone tons of renovations and changes over its 50+ year history. I love old haunted houses and dark rides, so when I stumbled across the forum, I thought maybe someone would have some old Trimper’s haunted house photos to share. What I discovered was even better. I’d never even heard of the spooky old walk-through ride on the boardwalk that haunted families for 20 years, but sure enough, someone had old pictures of Morbid Manor to share with others who remember the defunct haunted house. This is one of my favorites of many cool finds from the “Reminiscing” forum.

Morbid Manor

Below are some notable posts from “Reminiscing,” and if you’re interested, you can read more or add your own right here. Some people want to know what ever happened to their favorite old jaunts, so after a little research, I was able to compile a bit of information about such places of Ocean City’s past. Others, it’s like they never existed – not even a mere mention online other than on the thread. So if you remember any of these old places, be sure to search your scrapbook for pictures and share your memories with fellow vacationers.

From JJ_Walters:

“Most of my memories come from circa 1980s:

– The old haunted house at the Pier Rides. I can’t remember the name of it now, “Haunted Manor” or something like that. It was a fantastic, walk-through haunted house. Great interior design work, and very scary. At one point, they had a guy who would chase you out at the end with a chainsaw! They don’t make haunted house attractions like this anymore. I think it closed in the lates 80s or early 90s.

– Bozo the Clown at the Pier Rides. He sat in a cage and you tried to dump him in the water by hitting a target with baseballs. Nothing special about this, but it was Bozo himself who was, how shall I say it, “unique.” This guy would taunt you with all kinds of derogatory insults! “Your girlfriend is so ugly…” – That kind of stuff. Not exactly family friendly stuff, but for a teenager, it was hilarious! Bozo got the boot sometime around the late 80s, early 90s.

– Freak Street! AKA S. Division street. The street that leads into Trimper’s Amusement Park. Back in the 80s this street was known as “Freak Street” because it was the main hangout spot for “Metal Heads” and “Punks.” On any given night, you would see dozens on them just, well, hanging out! Again, this O.C. tradition ended sometime in the late 80s, early 90s. Loitering is not allowed there anymore.

– Elvis, AKA “Norman.” Elvis was a well know OC institution for over 30 years! All day, every day he would cruise up and down the boards in his polyester shirt and pants and cowboy hat, while carrying an old 8 track cassette recorder (which always played Elvis tunes), while humming along with a kazoo. My Dad knew him from the 60s. I know him from the late 70s and 80s. I have not seen him in years. He may have passed away, but I am not sure.

– Lombardi’s Pizza on the boardwalk. Best damn pizza in OC They closed the boardwalk shop several years ago, unfortunately. They still have one in North OC.

– The Day the Moose Fought Back. Well, not really, but one night in 1988, some drunk patron at the Purple Moose Saloon ripped the moose head off the wall and threw it through the front window! Must have scared the hell out of people walking past it on the boards.

– The George Washington Hotel is on fire! I remember it well. I was at the Atlantic Hotel (The best hotel in OC I might add. We always stay there) when we heard all of these sirens. The hotel suffered major damage and never reopened. It was one of the oldest hotels in OC.

– The Wild Mouse ride at Trimper’s. Extremely fun Wild Mouse ride that was operated by a very scary looking man. He had literally two or three teeth in his mouth and he was always covered in grease! This ride closed sometime in the late 80s.

– Laughing Sal from the early 30s! I really miss her! Ok, just kidding.”

From DianeR:

“Geez, I remember Elvis from the 70s and 80s. I’ve been going to OC since about 1974 and almost every year since 1990. I remember the haunted house also from the 70s. My favorite and still a tradition for us is Tony’s pizza. It used to be this dark, long, narrow pizza and beer place before they remodeled and put in windows on the side and added the upstairs and made it a family place…I also remember riding the bus all day for something like a quarter when I was 14-15…”

From ML:

“The Back of the Rack had Castle in the Sand’s 25 cent beers beat with their Nickel Nights. God what a free for all those could be, but soooo much fun. That was the first place I ever saw Great Train Robbery play back in the early 80s. Of course, what was the Rack is now Fortress Ocean City (the police department).”

From Phil:

“I have fantastic memories of a summer spent in Ocean City in 1988 on a student exchange from England. I nearly ended up at the wrong OC from the bus station in New York, but luckily spotted my mistake at the last minute. Met a great bunch of English and American students and between working at Dayton’s Chicken and Seafood for two interesting characters, Paolo and Eddie, spent most of the time partying. I still have the t-shirt from the Surf Rat Café, and can just about remember Talbot Street Café and a place lower than 1st street, I think called Bush’s?

Dayton’s was a great place to work, with amazing characters like Smokey, Tina, Jimmy-Dee, Dee, Darlene and Brett – who really should have been in Las Vegas. I spent the time washing dishes and failing badly at chatting up the waitresses (it was only later that the English accent started to work…) It looks like the place has moved up the peninsula now as this was somewhere between 1st and 3rd street if I remember correctly. The soft-crab sandwich was the big thing, but as impoverished students, we were given the leftover fried chicken at the end of the night and basically lived on that all summer (something you can only do at 19).
I remember the fantastic boardwalk, the amazing beach and for some reason, the Cure playing loud on the speakers at the fun fair on the pier. Our flat was less good. Just behind 1st street, the toilet at the end of a bed behind a curtain – class!”

From Madman:

“Samantha’s and Scandal’s were the best clubs for hoppin’ night life! Let’s just say that Labor Day weekend in ’88 will live in infamy for me and my friends! ‘Nough said. Almost all of those clubs have either closed down, changed names, or moved. Samantha’s was the first to close in ’90. Tiffany’s and Graffitti’s are gone. Scandal’s moved in the old Samantha’s location before closing in ’05. But the Paddock was still open in ’07, as was the Purple Moose on the boardwalk (and DJ Batman, who used to do the “Best Body on the Beach” contests, was STILL there in ’07!).

For munchies…Soriano’s…Thrasher’s French Fries (hold the vinegar)…the Dough Roller for breakfast…pizza on the boardwalk near 5th Street! (I forget the name of the place)…Dumser’s Dairy (for custard ice cream like Dairy Queen)…Dayton’s Chicken for the BEST fried chicken and soft shell crabs, on the boardwalk by the pier at South Division Street…and the Bull On The Beach for awesome bbq roast pork and roast beef sandwiches.

What I loved best about OCMD was that it was clean, it had a little bit of everything for everyone, and you had all sorts of people from all walks of life – different cultures, backgrounds, ethnicities, incomes, all ages from babies to octogenarians, single people, families – and everyone had smiles on their faces.

And I always liked seeing the beautifully done Christian-themed sand sculptures at the beach by North Division Street. From what I understand, the job of doing them had been handed down over the years (Chuck Ritchley Sr. and Randy Hofman were two of the men who’ve done them).”

So what became of some of these old Ocean City landmarks?

Morbid Manor

This two-and-a-half story walk-through sat on the boardwalk near the Inlet from 1975 to ’95, and looked more like an actual abandoned house than an amusement park ride. The Manor was designed by legendary dark ride creator Fred Mahana, who is best known for rides like Dracula’s Castle and Theater of Blood in Wildwood, NJ.

Morbid Manor

Mahana didn’t design the Manor for the faint of heart: actors, mostly theater students on summer break from college, donned terrifyingly realistic monster makeup and costumes and chased visitors with chainsaws and shrill screams and moans. According to ochh.net, many of the ride’s employees had an especially personal relationship with the haunted house:

Unknown to many, the Manor was a hip place off-hours. The management and workers of the ride would often hold band practices behind closed doors and sleep there throughout the nights despite a lack of air conditioning and uncomfortable 100 degree beach temperatures.

Unfortunately, in 1995, only a year after Morbid Manor had undergone interior and exterior renovations, the Manor burned to the ground in a fire that was likely the result of an electrical malfunction. The ride had a sprinkler system in place, but it had been turned off to keep the pipes from freezing during the winter months, and fire crews were unable to salvage any of the building.

Morbid Manor fire

Laffing Sal

Thankfully (to some, at least), Laffing Sal is still laughing it up in Ocean City today. In the 1940s, Sal guarded the front of Jester’s Fun House, an amusement site that Sportland Arcade occupies today. The Fun House was demolished in the 70s, and in 1980 Sal was restored and donated to the Ocean City Life-Saving Museum at the Inlet. Sal now stands behind a glass window on the museum’s second floor, and with the push of a button, you can make her laugh and jolt around just as she did in the 40s. Some say she’s haunted, and rumors say she’s been known to start laughing and gyrating all by herself . Whether that’s true or not, you’ll have to find out on your own.

Laffing Sal

Wild Mouse Coaster

According to those who remember this particular coaster, the Wild Mouse was also known as the Monster Mouse and was located at the beginning of the boardwalk from the 1960s to the mid-80s. The ride originally belonged to Melvin’s Amusements, which is thought to have been purchased by Trimper’s in the early 70s.

Trimper's brochure

Boardwalk Elvis

Norman Webb, otherwise known as Boardwalk Elvis, has been entertaining his fans up and down the boardwalk for decades. He’s a legend in these parts, and today the King lives on at 78 years old. You can still see him biking around the Ocean Pines area, sometimes in full Elvis regalia.

In 2013, Webb was hit by a car while riding his bike, but was able to walk away with only a few minor injuries. His bike, on the other hand, was smashed to pieces. After hearing about the accident, “The Rude Awakening” radio show raised $678 in under an hour and bought beloved Boardwalk Elvis a new electric bike with a back-up battery, lights and a basket.

Boardwalk Elvis

Bozo

Don’t worry – Bozo, too, lives on. According to forum user Danny Jr:

“Bozo was a hilarious guy, I’ve known him for about 21 years. He actually never got fired, he left because he had a child.”

Sours: https://www.oceancity.com/ocean-city-of-years-past/

 

History

The land the city was built on, as well as much of the surrounding area, was once owned by Englishman Thomas Fenwick. In 1869, businessman Isaac Coffin built the first beach-front cottage to receive paying guests. During those days, people arrived by stage coach and ferry. They came to fish off the shore, to enjoy the natural beauty of the Atlantic Ocean pounding against the long strip of sandy beach, to collect seashells, or just to sit back and watch the rolling surf.

Soon after, other simple boarding houses were built on the strip of sand, with the activity attracting prominent businessmen from the Maryland Eastern Shore, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and Wilmington. They came not so much to visit as to survey the spit. A decision was made to develop it and 250 lots were cut into it, and a corporation was formed to help with the development of the land. The corporation stock of 4,000 shares sold for $25 each.

Prior to 1870, what is now Ocean City was known as “The Ladies’ Resort to the Ocean.”

The Atlantic Hotel, the first major hotel in the town, opened July 4, 1875. Besides the beach and ocean, it offered dancing and billiard rooms to the visitors of its more than 400 rooms, and for years it was the northernmost attraction in Ocean City. By 1878 tourists could come by railroad from Berlin to the shores of Sinepuxent Bay across from the town. By 1881, a line was completed across the Sinepuxent Bay to the shore, bringing rail passengers directly into the town.

The Ocean City Inlet was formed during a major hurricane in 1933, which also destroyed the train tracks across the Sinepuxent Bay. The inlet separated what is now Ocean City from Assateague Island. The Army Corps of Engineers took advantage of nature’s intervention and made the inlet at the south end of Ocean City permanent. The inlet eventually helped to establish Ocean City as an important Mid-Atlantic fishing port as it offered easy access to the fishing grounds of the Atlantic Ocean.

Rapid expansion of Ocean City took place during the post-war boom. In 1952, with the completion of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, Ocean City became easily accessible to people in the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area. In 1964, with the completion of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel, a whole new pathway to the south was opened. Ocean City became one of the largest vacation areas of the East Coast.

By the 1970s, big business flourished and gave birth to the construction of more than 10,000 condominium units, creating a spectacular sight of high-rise condominiums that assured every investor of a glimpse of the ocean and pounding surf. However, throughout the 1980s and into the early 90s, the width of the beach began to shrink, prompting the first of a series of beach replenishment projects.

The original pier was destroyed by a fire in 1994. There was a small water park and giant walk-through haunted house with live actors near the end of the pier and a New Orleans-style Hollywood in Wax Museum on the boardwalk side. In the late nineties the Wax Museum was turned into Q-Zar, a laser tag arena. The building now houses the Ripley’s Believe it or Not! Museum.

In 2002, Ocean City undertook the most recent of many, multi-million dollar, beach restoration programs, in an attempt to slow the westward migration of its beaches. The program pumped tons of sand from offshore and deposited it onto the beach. A dune line was also re-established in front of Ocean City’s building line. Another similar project began after the 2006 tourist season closed.

Today

Today, the Ocean City area continues to sprawl westward across the bay and toward Berlin and Ocean Pines. It is part of the Ocean Pines Micropolitan Statistical Area. The resort area now accommodates hundreds of thousands of vacationers a year.

Ocean City now extends just over 9 miles (~15 km) from the southern inlet to the Delaware line. The strip now supports hotels, motels, apartment houses, shopping centers, residential communities, and condominiums. The southern tip houses the Ocean City Boardwalk. The boardwalk is the main shopping district and entertainment area of the town. The boardwalk has many prominent businesses including Fisher’s Caramel Popcorn & Thrashers French Fries. Other notable boardwalk businesses are Dollies Salt Water Taffy, the Atlantic Stand & Dumser’s Dairyland. The Boardwalk has two amusement parks, Trimper’s Rides and The Pier, which was recently renamed Jolly Roger at The Pier, after its sister uptown local amusement park. The downtown neighborhood is marked by Victorian style houses and other older buildings, many of which have been razed in recent years to construct more parking lots, hotels and condos.

Ocean City has a long history of fishing, both commercial and recreational. The town bills itself as the “White Marlin Capital of the World.” During the summer, numerous charter and private boats fish for bluefish, tuna, Wahoo, and other game fish. In early August, one of the largest fishing tournaments in the world, the White Marlin Open, is held. Prize money for the largest White Marlin, Blue Marlin, and Tuna can range over 1 million dollars.

The town supports a year-round population of about 8,000, with the town itself being a major employer. Summer employment in Ocean City rises many multiples above that level, supported by a large number of college-age and young adults—many native to Eastern Europe and the United Kingdom—attracted by numerous job opportunities. In the summer, businesses and government agencies are augmented with about 100 seasonal police officers, plus extra firefighters and other workers.

Tourism in the winter has picked up pace. Where once even many traffic lights were shut down or bagged up, increased traffic from golfers and Ocean City Convention Center conventions has convinced many seasonal restaurants and hotels to remain open. Many bars and restaurants that close during the winter re-open for St. Patrick’s Day.

The city has erected a memorial to the firefighters who lost their lives on September 11. This memorial is located on the boardwalk, about six blocks from the inlet. The memorial consists of a firefighter statue, engraved brick and stone, and a piece of one of the twin towers that collapsed in New York City. Effective 26 April 2010, the town of Ocean City began diverting all of its recyclable waste into the main waste stream. Ocean City’s waste, including all of its recyclable waste, is being incinerated at a waste facility in Pennsylvania in order to generate electricity.

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Retro Ocean City: 60 photos of summer days past

Ocean City scenes from the 1980s.

(Ellis J. Malashuk / Baltimore Sun files / April 26, 1981)

Ocean City has been the go-to beach destination for vacationers for generations. Visitors of all ages love the beach town for its sun, surf, sand, boardwalk, entertainment and food. We've dipped into our archives and found an array of O.C. pictures from the past -- from the 1930s to the 1990s. We think you'll recognize the sites, no matter the year. So dive in!

(Lori Sears)

Retro Ocean City
Ocean City scenes from the 1980s.
Retro Ocean City
Ocean City scenes from the 1970s.
Senior Week 1989
Graduates pose for a photo on the beach in Ocean City during Senior Week in 1989.
Retro Ocean City
Anglers fish off the side of a pier in 1938.
Retro Ocean City
Ty, Rick and Judy Wyatt enjoy the Ocean City sun in 1962.
Retro Ocean City
Looking refreshed after a swim off Ocean City during her weekend visit with her family. Linda Harrison fingers her tresses and breathes deeply of the clean ocean air.
OCEAN CITY MD BIKINI CONTEST
Bystanders cheer during the Ocean City Best Body on the Beach contest in 1989.
Retro Ocean City
Angela Mox has fun making tracks in the sand in 1969.
Todd Fleming
Penn State student Todd Fleming plays volleyball on the beach in Ocean City in 1988.
Retro Ocean City
A young man flies akite on the beach in 1987.
Retro Ocean City
A surfer catches a wave in 1964.
Retro Ocean City
A member of the Ocean City beach patrol in 1967.
Retro Ocean City
Lifeguard Jack Parker gives a look toward the ocean, checking on swimmers, in 1956.
Retro Ocean City
Jackie Baker asks beach patrol member George Chester for directions.
Retro Ocean City
Ocean City scenes from the 1940s.
Retro Ocean City
Ocean City scenes from the 1950s.
Retro Ocean City
A crowded day at the beach in 1966.
Retro Ocean City
Ocean City scenes from the 1970s.
Retro Ocean City
A crowded Ocean City beach in 1986.
Ocean City, 1991
Beachgoers enjoy the sun and sand in Ocean City, Maryland in 1991.
Retro Ocean City
Ocean City scenes from the 1970s.
Retro Ocean City
Parked cars near the Ocean City beach in 1957.
Retro Ocean City
Ocean City scenes from the 1970s.
Retro Ocean City
Ocean City scenes from the 1970s.
Retro Ocean City
Ocean City scenes from the 1960s.
Retro Ocean City
Ocean City scenes from the 1960s.
Retro Ocean City
Ocean City scenes from the 1960s.
Retro Ocean City
Colleen Maquire smiles as she dashes out of the ocean.
Retro Ocean City
Roxie Smith and Sue Martin play cards on the beach.
Retro Ocean City
Ocean City scenes from the 1960s.
Retro Ocean City
The Trimper carousel.
Retro Ocean City
Fishing from the jetty.
Retro Ocean City
Jolly Roger Park got its start in Ocean City in 1964. Historic photo courtesy of Jolly Roger Park.
Retro Ocean City
Laurie Haviland plays with the dolphins at Jolly Roger.
Retro Ocean City
Dee Davis posts a sign outside of the Sandpiper Restaurant.
Ocean City, 1988
James Purnall stands outside of Henry Hotel in Ocean City, MD in 1988.
Retro Ocean City
Mary Russell and Annette Riley share a bike ride through Ocean City.
Retro Ocean City
Crowds walk the boards in 1982.
Retro Ocean City
A young man zips down a water slide.
Retro Ocean City
Margie Goldsborough does a handstand on the beach.
Retro Ocean City
Mary Wright enjoys some boardwalk fare.
Retro Ocean City
Ocean City scenes from the 1980s.
Retro Ocean City
A young man plays a video game -- The Main Event -- in an arcade off of the boardwalk.
Retro Ocean City
Ocean City scenes from the 1930s.
Retro Ocean City
Deede St. Clair carries her surfboard on the beach.
Retro Ocean City
Ocean City scenes from the 1970s.
Retro Ocean City
Ocean City scenes from the 1970s.
Retro Ocean City
Ocean City scenes from the 1970s.
Retro Ocean City
Ocean City scenes from the 1970s.
Retro Ocean City
Bright lights and large crowds at the boardwalk amusement area add to the festive mood of the holiday weekend.
Retro Ocean City
Ocean City roller coaster riders get ready for a dip.
Ocean City, 1991
People have a good time in Ocean City, Maryland in 1991.
Retro Ocean City
Carrie Wynkoop, 2, is buried in sand up to her neck, thanks to her dad.
Retro Ocean City
Irene Schultz of Bowie relaxes on her raft.
Ocean City, 1968
Man looks out at the Ocean City, Maryland water in 1968.
Retro Ocean City
Coats and sweaters were needed on the Ocean City Boardwalk, and only a few brave souls ventured into the rough surf as a chill marred the Labor Day weekend.
Retro Ocean City
Early morning cyclists monopolize the boardwalk in Ocean City before the crowds arrive.
Retro Ocean City
It almost seems like everyone is barefoot in Ocean City.
Retro Ocean City
Coastal Highway in the 1970s.
Retro Ocean City
Ocean City scenes from the 1940s.
Sours: https://www.baltimoresun.com/features/retro-baltimore/bal-retro-ocean-city-20170323-photogallery.html

 

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I remember working at a similar store somewhere beneath 15th street, just a few stores off the boardwalk on the right-hand side that sold Doc Martens, leather jackets, band shirts, etc. Does anyone remember the name of that place?

I remember a spot that fits your description (but don't remember if it was on 15th). Right off a boardwalk ramp, and had kind of a sunken feeling, they way it rode lower than the boardwalk.
I used to go in there mid/late 90s.. The shop had long rows of closet rods (running the length of the store) packed w/band logo shirts. I bought Black Flaghoodie & t shirt that I wore the Hell out of.. Seems like he had 'em organized alphabetically, & the shop was jammed with merchandise.. black light posters, clothes etc.

Don't remember the name tho; it was a cool place.
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I partially transplanted to Ocean City in 94 when my dad moved there for retirement. Mom and I moved down in 99 when I was 13. Being the cliche late 90's odd ball, with JNCOs, black nail polish, band shirts, and ear gages (back then), and being mixed to boot, Chat St., Pit Bull, Swirled World, Dimensions, and a handful of small shops on the boards and on side streets downtown were staples in my culturing. There was nothing better than hanging out at Chat St.. The music was always fresh, edgy, and impossible to find. The clothes, patches, stickers, and jewelry were clutch in a world before Hot Topic. The owner (as I knew her) is still probably the most laid back person I've ever met. I'll never forget that 3 story building that took up at least 1.5 square blocks, black with a red roof, graffiti EVERYWHERE.... Turning off 50 East onto N. Baltimore ave, you couldnt miss,

"...CHAT ST. HATED WORLD WIDE..."

The owner had a policy. She wouldnt hire anyone under the age of 18. In a tourist driven economy, that was rare, but she had one of the most happening spots in town, and played by the rules accordingly.. So I bided my time. I became as versed in the counter culture as I could on a 56k modum, and I waited.. In 12/03, I turned 18. At the time, Chat St. was closed for the season, so I sat back. Come 3/04, I drove over the 50 Bridge, ready to go talk to the Owner about immediate part time employment, and full time employment starting after graduation that summer.

There are no words for the loss I felt coming off of that bridge and seeing a giant pile of freshly destroyed building where Chat St used to be.. Pieces of the red roof and black/graffiti'd concrete sticking up out of a 10' tall pile of rubble.

It became, and still is, a parking lot for Tony's Pizza at Division St. and the Boards. Pit Bull became a Sunsations type store. Dimensions, I believe, became a Quiet Storm. I couldnt tell you what happen to Swirled World, other than it's not there anymore.

I dont really think there are words to convey what these places meant to me and to those that I shared times in them with.. Truly, it was the end of an era.

And I'm willing to pay good money for any original stickers/ patches from any of these places. If you're sitting on a stash, please hit me up.

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Chat St.. I'm willing to pay good money for any original stickers/ patches from any of these places.. hit me up.

Tom, good post.
Would be cool to see some old Chat St stickers (even if they're not for sale).

I know this doesn't help your search, but I used to buy underground comics from Chat in the late 90s, stuff like Rip Off Press, etc. The mags weren't packed w/Chat decals.. but I still have their plastic (comic book) sleeves w/Chat St. price tags on 'em; closest hard-copy testament I have to anything Chat Street related. /peace
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In the 9os, there were movie theaters @ White Marlin Mall, right before you enter in to the south end of OC.
It was cool if you lived on the south end of town, having a theater close by. I saw (& slept thru) parts of Phantom Menace there circa 1999.. Apparently the movies folded a decade ago, & the space was converted in to a Michael's (arts & crafts).
Seems like there was a music/record shop in that same strip mall; or somewhere right before you crossed the south end bridge in to OC. Anyone remember the CD shop (?)

https://mdcoastdispatch.com/2007/09/...fter-20-years/

Sound Odyssey was the CD shop. I spent a better part of my youth and pay checks there. The own Ralph was like something straight out of a Kevin Smith movie.
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believe in magic? I think that was the name of it...

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Sound Odyssey was the CD shop. I spent a better part of my youth and pay checks there. The own Ralph was like something straight out of a Kevin Smith movie.

chuckle..

Good memories Brostopher, thanks for posting. Think you're right on Believe In Magictoo (as the unnamed head shop right off the boardwalk.)

To remember Sound Odyssey & Believe.. you must've been running around OC in the mid-late 9os, no (?) I used to live in the Driftwood during the late 9os summers.

Incidentally, that Sound Odyssey had videos too, right.. because if it wasn't Odyssey, there was another mom&pop video rental close by.. that had the most unique, random video categories. Not just action, horror, etc. It was categories like chainsaw killers, feuding families, etc.
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Please hit me up if you have any Chat St memorabilia! Thank you!

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I partially transplanted to Ocean City in 94 when my dad moved there for retirement. Mom and I moved down in 99 when I was 13. Being the cliche late 90's odd ball, with JNCOs, black nail polish, band shirts, and ear gages (back then), and being mixed to boot, Chat St., Pit Bull, Swirled World, Dimensions, and a handful of small shops on the boards and on side streets downtown were staples in my culturing. There was nothing better than hanging out at Chat St.. The music was always fresh, edgy, and impossible to find. The clothes, patches, stickers, and jewelry were clutch in a world before Hot Topic. The owner (as I knew her) is still probably the most laid back person I've ever met. I'll never forget that 3 story building that took up at least 1.5 square blocks, black with a red roof, graffiti EVERYWHERE.... Turning off 50 East onto N. Baltimore ave, you couldnt miss,

"...CHAT ST. HATED WORLD WIDE..."

The owner had a policy. She wouldnt hire anyone under the age of 18. In a tourist driven economy, that was rare, but she had one of the most happening spots in town, and played by the rules accordingly.. So I bided my time. I became as versed in the counter culture as I could on a 56k modum, and I waited.. In 12/03, I turned 18. At the time, Chat St. was closed for the season, so I sat back. Come 3/04, I drove over the 50 Bridge, ready to go talk to the Owner about immediate part time employment, and full time employment starting after graduation that summer.

There are no words for the loss I felt coming off of that bridge and seeing a giant pile of freshly destroyed building where Chat St used to be.. Pieces of the red roof and black/graffiti'd concrete sticking up out of a 10' tall pile of rubble.

It became, and still is, a parking lot for Tony's Pizza at Division St. and the Boards. Pit Bull became a Sunsations type store. Dimensions, I believe, became a Quiet Storm. I couldnt tell you what happen to Swirled World, other than it's not there anymore.

I dont really think there are words to convey what these places meant to me and to those that I shared times in them with.. Truly, it was the end of an era.

And I'm willing to pay good money for any original stickers/ patches from any of these places. If you're sitting on a stash, please hit me up.


I enjoyed your story, thank you for sharing. I miss Chat St dearly!
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Can't talk about '90s OC without talking about The Hurricane night club and the Big Ass Draft cup! Crushing Day on stage playing Fuel and all the other '90s rock radio hits. I met JT Taylor from Kool & the Gang after they had done a show at the Convention Center. That building also got demolished.

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Can't talk about '90s OC without talking about The Hurricane night club and the Big Ass Draft cup! Crushing Day on stage playing Fuel and all the other '90s rock radio hits.. the Convention Center. That building also got demolished.

Terrapin, good post.. thanks.

I did some temporary work @ the old convention center, it always tripped me out that they had a gigantic concrete traffic ramp up to their 2nd story.
When we were unloading stuff, it felt like driving up the side of a Mayan pyramid.

Semi-local band I remember seeing @ Hurricane was Jimmie's Chicken Shack, circa 1999. Hurricane was up near Fenwick, north Ocean City no ?
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28th St. Pit & PubOcean City, MD2010, 2017, 2018, 201967th St WatersportsOcean City, MD1986707 Sports BarOcean City, MD2004-2005A.A.H.A.MOcean City, MD2012-2017AARP Christmas PartyOcean Pines, MD2016Addy SeaBethany Beach, De.2015The Alibi RoomOcean City, MD2016Alpha Sigma Tau Colleges and UniversitiesSalisbury, MD1989Alzheimer’s 5K & WalkBethany Beach, DE2019, 2020Amercian LegionOcean City, MD1985, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1996, 2008, 2009, 2013American LegionCanton, Ohio1985Amercian LegionDagsboro, DE2019The AnglerOcean City, MD1988-1991The Angler (Boat Party)Ocean City, MD2004, 2005, 2007-2013, 2015-2020Arena’s Deli and PubRehoboth Beach, DE1999Ashbury ChurchSalisbury, MD1987The Assateauge Boat MarinaAssateaugue Island, MD2017Atlantic HotelBerlin, MD2004, 2014, 2017Atlantic Sands HotelRehoboth Beach, De.2017The Atlantic SceneW. Ocean City1985Bahama Mama’sFt. Lauderdale, FL1988, 1989Bargin Bill’s (CMT’S Big Redneck Wedding)Laurel, DE2008Bay CenterDewey Beach, DE1989, 1992, 1995, 2004, 2017Bay CafeW. Fenwick Island, DE2001BaysideSelbyville, DE2007, 2009-2020BaywoodsLong Neck, DE2007Beach at 139th St.Ocean City, MD2012, 2016-2018Beach BarrelsOcean City, MD2016, 2017, 2019, 2020Beach Boys ConcertOcean City, MD1993, 1994, 2017 (M.C.) 2008 (Opening DJ)Beach ClubOcean City, MD1984Bear’s DenOcean City, MD2002, 2003Bear Trap DunesOcean View, DE1999, 2004, 2008-2010, 2012, 2014, 2017Benders On the BayOcean City, MD1999Berlin Fire HallBerlin, MD1986, 1990Berlin Middle SchoolBerlin, MD1985, 1987Best WesternLaurel, MD1989Bethany’s Beach BandstandBethany Beach, DE2017-2020Bethany’s Beach PartyBethany Beach, DE2006-2008, 2010-2011Bethany Beach Sports WeekendBethany Beach, DE2018, 2019, 2020Bethany-Fenwick Turkey TrotBethany Beach, DE2019, 2020The Big KahunaOcean City, MD1988Big PeckersOcean City, MD1987-1988, 2003Bikini OpenOcean City, MD1992-1994Billy’s LoungeOcean City, MD1987BJ’s Canoe RaceOcean City, MD2011BJ’s NorthOcean City, MD1996, 2011BJ’s SouthOcean City, MD1996Blades Fire HallBlades, DE1986Blue Knob Ski ResortClaysburg, PA1991Blue Ox Bar & GrillOcean City, MD2011-2014The BonanzaOcean City, MD1986Bone IslandW. Fenwick Island, DE1999The BonfireOcean City, MD1995Booty’s Bar & GrillOcean City, MD2006-2008Boumi TempleBaltimore, MD2003BowinklesSalisbury, MD1994, 1995The Brass Balls SaloonOcean City, MD1985-1989, 1991, 2005-2011The Brass Rail SaloonOcean City, MD1986, 1991Break TimeSalisbury, MD2000Brew Masters PubOcean City, MD1998-2000Brew RiverSalisbury, MD2000, 2001, 2020Brother’s PubOcean City, MD1987-1988, 1990, 1991Buddy 5k Run/WalkDewey Beach, DE2017-2020Bunny Palooza 5kBethany Beach, DE2020The Bull PenOcean City, MD1986Bull on the BeachOcean City, MD1989, 1991, 2002-2004Bull on the BeachWest Ocean City2003Burzny’sBethany Beach, DE2016The ButtonFt. Lauderdale, FL1988Buxy’s Salty DogOcean City, MD1999-2005Camelot HallWarrendale, PA1987The Candy StoreFt. Lauderdale, FL1988The Captain’s GalleyWest Ocean City, MD1990, 1999-2001The Carousel HotelOcean City, MD1989, 1992, 1995, 2008-2015, 2017The Carousel Hotel Beach BarOcean City, MD2008-2012, 2013, 2014The Carousel Hotel Bamboo LoungeOcean City, MD2008-2012Castle in the SandOcean City, MD1987Castles PubOcean City, MD1986Center Square Golf ClubNorristown, PA2009Chalkboard TavernBethany Beach, DE2007Chesapeake Bay Beach ClubStevensville, MD2005, 2008, 2013, 2018, 2019City LimitsFt. Lauderdale, FL1988Clairon UniversityColleges and Universities1992Clarion HotelOcean City, MD2001, 2006-2019Coastal Delaware Running FestivalDewey Beach, De.2017-2020Cockeysville Fire HallCockeysville, MD1990Coconut MalorieOcean City, MD1989, 1995, 1999, 2005, 2006, 2013Coconut’s Beach BarOcean City, MD2008-2009Coins PubOcean City, MD1995, 2004Columbus GardensParkville, MD1999The Commander HotelOcean City, MD2003Congress HallCape May, NJ2008Coral Lakes ClubhouseFt. Lauderdale, FL1987Corey’sInlet, Ocean City, MD1991The Corner PubMassillion, Ohio1984, 1985The Country ClubLouisville, Ohio1985Cottage CafeBethany Beach, DE2005-2007The Cove at BaysideSelbyville, DE2012, 2017, 2019Crab BarnLongneck, DE1999Crab Cake Factory BaysideFenwick Island, De.2014, 2015, 2018, 2019, 2020Crab Soup CookoffOcean City, MD2008-2010Cripple CreekDagsboro, DE2008, 2012, 2014Crocs 55th StOcean City, MD1990, 1992Crocs 115 StOcean City MD2001, 2002-2008Costa Ventosa WineryWhaleyville, MD2015CYCCanton, Ohio1985Dagsboro Fire HallDagsboro, DE1994Danny’sFt. Lauderdale, FL1987, 1988Danny’s DowntownFt. Lauderdale, FL1987Days Inn 23rd StOcean City, MD2011Dead Freddies Island Bar & GrillOcean City, MD2010-2012The Delaware Cedar Co.Lewes, DE1988Delmar Convention CenterDelmar, DE1993Delmarva Convention CenterSalisbury, MD1986Dewey Beach Lions ClubDewey Beach, DE2017-2020Dockside HallMassillon, Ohio1985Dove PointSalisbury, MD2000Dr.Unk’sOcean City, MD2005The Duckanier (Boat)Ocean City, MD2008Duke’s Canoe ClubWaikiki, Hawaii2001Dunes Manor HotelOcean City, MD1991, 2009, 2018, 2019The DungeonOcean City, MD1996, 2004The Elbow RoomFt. Lauderdale, FL1988Elks LodgeCambridge, MD1989Elks LodgeEdgewater and Annapolis MD1998Elks LodgeGlenn Burnie, MD2011Elks LodgeSelbyville, DE2010Elks LodgeOcean City, MD2008, 2009, 2012, 2017Elks LodgeOcean View, DE2011Elk’s LodgePocomoke, MD2007EmbersOcean City, MD2006, 2008Epworth United Methodist ChurchRehoboth Beach, DE2019Erickson Alumni CenterMorgantown, WV1988Fausto’s Ristorante AntipastiOcean City, MD2012Fagers IslandOcean City, MD1986, 1987, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1993, 1995, 1997, 2008-2011, 2013-2017The Feed BagOcean City, MD1992Fenwick InnOcean City, MD1999, 2010, 2015, 2017-2019Fenwick Island OasisFenwick Island, De2013FertilliesSalisbury, MD1994Fire Cracker 5KBethany Beach, DE2018-2020Fish Tales Booze CruiseOcean City, MD1992-1993FlipsideOcean City, MD1986-1989The Flying ClubSalisbury, MD1998-1999The Flying FishWest Ocean City, MD1990Fox Pizza DenMillville, De.2013-2018Fox Pizza DenSelbyville, De.2013Fox Pizza Den Chili Cook-OffMillville, De.2013-2018Francis Scott KeyW. Ocean City, MD1986, 1999Franks PlaceSalisbury, MD1994The Freeman Stage At BaysideSelbyville, DE2012F.O.P. LodgeCrownsville, MD2002, 2003, 2008The Galaxy Night ClubCanton, Ohio1981The Galaxy Bar & GrillOcean City, MD2002The Galaxy 66 Bar & GrillOcean City, MD2007-2009Gambrills Athletic ClubGambrill, MD2001Ganders on the BayOcean City, MD1983The GardenOcean City, MD1988The Garden Deck PartyOcean City, MD1988GatorsOcean City, MD1991Gilligans PubMassillon, OH2010The Grand CanyonArizona2007The Grand HotelOcean City, MD2004, 2005, 2009, 2010, 2018The Greenery on CampusIndiana Univ. of PA1992Green Hill Country ClubSalisbury, MD1992, 2008, 2010The Greene TurtleOcean City, MD1989, 1991-2003, 2011The Greene TurtleW. Ocean City, MD1999The Greene TurtleFells Point, MD1997-1999Greenwood FarmsLewes, DE2007Golden LodgeCanton, Ohio1985Golden SandsOcean City, MD1985, 1986, 1990, 1994, 1996, 1999-2020Golden Sands Deck BarOcean City, MD2000-2002, 2005Gulls Nest; SSUSalisbury, MD1994Halls RestaurantOcean City, MD1992Hampton InnWest Ocean City, MD2020HarborlightsNorth Bethany Beach, DE1986HarborsideWest Ocean City, MD1995, 1999-2012Harpoon Hanna’sFenwick Island, DE1988, 1989, 1997, 2011, 2016, 2018-2019, 2020Harrison’s Harbor WatchOcean City, MD1991, 1994-1998, 2005, 2006, 2014, 2016, 2018, 2019Hebron Fire HallHebron, MD1990, 1997Hide-A-Way LoungeLouisville, Ohio1984High Stakes Bar & GrillW. Fenwick Island, DE2008-2019Holiday Inn 66th StOcean City, MD2005, 2006Holiday InnWest Chester, PA2004Holiday InnDuBois, PA1992The HobbitOcean City, MD1986, 1996, 2012HoopsSalisbury, MD1992, 1993HoopersW. Ocean City, MD1991HootersOcean City, MD1995, 1996Hotel CaliforniaOcean City, MD1997Huckleberry’sOcean City, MD1985-1986The HurricaneOcean City, MD1997Hyatt PlaceDewey Beach, De.2017Iguana SurfOcean City, MD2003Indiana University of PennsylvaniaColleges and Universities1990, 1991Indian River Life Saving MuseumIndian River, DE2003, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015The Inn At MendenhallChadds Ford, PA2009Inn On The OceanOcean City, MD2015The IslanderOcean City, MD1985Irish EyesLewes, De.2013Italian American LodgeCanton, Ohio1989IUPIndiana Univ. of PA1990, 1991JackspotOcean City, MD1987The Jeep ShowOcean City, MD2015JiveOcean City, MD2007, 2008, 2010, 2013, 2014Jordan’s RooftopOcean City, MD1999, 2010Judith M (Boat)Ocean City, MD1992-1994, 2004, 2005The Jungle Bar (at The Plaza Condos)Ocean City, MD2015-2020Justin’s Beach House 5KBethany Beach, DE2017-2020John’s AutoBerlin, MD2004Johnny’s Pizza PubOcean City, MD2012JR’sN. Canton, Ohio1982, 1983K.B. GarfieldsW. Ocean City, MD1998, 1999K of COcean City, MD2014Keenwick On The BaySelbyville, DE2020KobiesSalisbury, MD1997Koman For A Cure 5k Run & WalkOcean City, MD2012-2018K-Coast Surfing Tournament 8th St.Ocean City, MD1995K of C Castle BarCanton, Ohio1986La Fettie’s French QuarterOcean City, MD1986Lake Cable ClubN. Canton, Ohio1985Las Olas Booze CruiseFt. Lauderdale, FL1987Libby’s Upper DeckFenwick Island, DE1985, 1999-2002Lighthouse Sound Country ClubBishopville, MD2002, 2004-2009, 2015, 2016, 2019Lyme Disease Walk/RunOcean city, MD2016-2020The Lions ClubDewey Beach, DE2017-2020Macky’sOcean City, MD2004-2011, 2014Mad FishWest Ocean City, MD2018Magnolia’sOcean View, De.2014Making Strides Against Cancer Run/WalkInlet – Ocean City, MD2012-2020Mallard LakesSelbyville, DE2020Mango’sBethany Beach, DE2005, 2006, 2013Marianne’s Beach PartyBeltsville, MD2011-2020Mariners Country DownBerlin, MD1997, 2001Marino’sMillsboro, DE1996Margarita Maggie’sOcean City, MD1986, 1988Marlin Moon GrilleOcean City, MD2003, 2004Martin’s Cross WindsGreenbelt, MD2004Martin’s Hunt ValleyHunt Valley, MD2009Massey’s LandingLongneck, DE2016Matteo’s Salsa LocoFenwick Island, De.2015, 2016M.B.S. Fall FestivalBerlin, MD2008-2019McSorley’sOcean City, MD1986MD Children’s Alliance FundraiserOcean City, MD2008-2011MD Bar Association Welcome PartyOcean City, MD2008-2019Mellow BeachOcean City, MD1996-2000, 2003The Mermaid SaloonOcean City, MD1985Michaels Eighth Ave.Glen Burnie, MD1998Michaud’s Town N’ CountryStrongsville, OH2001Milburn LandingPocomoke River, MD1998Millville Fire HallMillville, DE1992Miss Ocean City, 9-11 Rememberance Sunset GrilleOcean City, MD2010Mr. Banana’sDagsboro, De.2013, 2014The Monkey BarOcean City, MD2006Monkey BarrellSalisbury, MD2006Montana’sSalisbury, MD1994, 1995Most Blessed SacramentOcean Pines, MD2004, 2005, 2009-2014MRDBAOcean City, MD2004-2009MR DucksOcean City, MD1994MR Ducks Bikini OpenOcean City, MD1992-1994MuggsAkron, Ohio1982, 1985MulligansSalisbury, MD1998-2000, 2002-2004MulligansRehoboth, DE1998-2000MulligansWest Ocean City, MD2001Munson’s Home Plate GrillCanton, OH2008, 2009Nassawango Country ClubSalisbury, MD2009, 2010Nassau Valley VineyardsLewes, DE2006, 2007New Town PubChestertown, MD1989Nick Idoni’sOcean City, MD1988Nick’s Sports BarOcean City, MD1998, 1999North BeachDewey Beach, DE2010North Surf ParkOcean City, MD2020Northern Worcester Athletic ComplexBerlin, MD2019Northside Park PavilionOcean City, MD2019Oasis Pool at Mumford’s Landing, Family Fun NightOcean Pines, MD2017O.C. 360Ocean City, MD2017-2019O.C. SteamersOcean City, MD2013OC CheersOcean City, MD1987OC City PicnicOcean City, MD1987OC Fire House 16th St.Ocean City, MD1986OC Golf ClubOcean City, MD2005, 2006, 2008-2011OC InletOcean City, MD2011-2020OC Marlin ClubW. Ocean City, MD2006, 2007OC Rec CenterOcean City, MD1986-1993OC SneakersOcean City, MD1986, 1993OC Teen and Youth DancesOcean City, MD1986-1993Ocean 13Ocean City, MD2019, 2020Ocean City Inlet JettyOcean City, MD2013, 2016Ocean City Performing ArtsOcean City, MD2017Ocean City St. Patty’s ParadeOcean City, MD1989, 1990, 1991, 1999, 2000, 2016-2020The Ocean ClubOcean City, MD1989, 1992Ocean DownsBerlin, MD1999Ocean Pines 4th of July Party at the Sports CoreOcean Pines, MD2007-2011, 2014-2020Ocean Pines Beach ClubOcean City, MD1987, 1991, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2014Ocean Pines Big Truck DayOcean Pines, MD2014-2018Ocean Pines Community CenterOcean Pines, MD1990, 2009, 2017, 2018Ocean Pines Community ChurchOcean Pines, MD2009Ocean Pines Country ClubOcean Pines, MD1997Ocean Pines Fire Dept.Ocean Pines, MD2014Ocean Pines Freedom 5KOcean Pines, MD2014-2018Ocean Pines Halloween PartyOcean Pines, MD2006-2020Ocean Pines Kite DayOcean Pines, MD2013, 2014Ocean Pines Rec CenterOcean Pines, MD1990Ocean Pines Sports CoreOcean Pines, MD2007, 2009-2011, 2013-2018Ocean Pines Tree LightingOcean Pines, MD2015-2020Ocean Pines Veterans MemorialOcean Pines, MD2007-2018Ocean Pines Yacht Club Pool and Family Fun NightsOcean Pines, MD2005-2013, 2015-2020Ocean Pines Family Fun Nights @ Swim & RacquetOcean Pines, MD2014Ocean Pines White Horse ParkOcean Pines, MD2006-2020Ocean Pines Yacht ClubOcean Pines, MD1986, 2000, 2001, 2005, 2007-2014, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020OC Health ClubOcean City, MD1989, 2004-2008OC Parrot Head Club Anniversary PartyOcean City, MD2008-2011Old Mill Crab HouseDelmar, DE1993Omni Shoreham HotelWashington, DC1990, 1991Oregon Ridge ParkCockeysville, MD2003Our Place at the Beach Grand OpeningOcean City, MD1987Over the RainbowOcean City, MD1985Paradise LakeMogadore, Ohio1985Peaky’s RooftopOcean City, MD2015PenrodsFt. Lauderdale, FL1988Perdue StadiumSalisbury, MD2007-2012Phillips Crab HouseOcean City, MD2007Phillips Crab House Christmas PartyOcean City, MD1985-1999, 2007Phillips Crab House ReunionOcean City, MD2014, 2016-2020Phillips HarborplaceInner Harbor, Baltimore, MD1989-1991, 1993Phillips Seafood HouseOcean City, MD1997, 2000-2003, 2006-2009, 2013Phillips Softball TournamentShowell Field, West Ocean City, MD1985-2004The PhoenixSalisbury, MD1989Pickles PubOcean City, MD2009, 2010, 2013Pink Ribbon Spin Ocean City Health ClubOcean City, MD2004-2008Pink Ribbon Spin World GymOcean City, MD2009-2012The PlaypenOcean City, MD1989, 1991Pocomoke, Galena, Chestertown Rock HallSchools1995The Point at BaysideSelbyville, DE2016Polish-AM ClubOcean City, MD2011Polmeroy’sSelbyville, DE2010Pompano Fire HallPompano, FL1988Ponzetti’sOcean City, MD2004Pour HouseOcean City, MD2011, 2013, 2016Princess BaysideOcean City, MD2007-2009, 2015, 2016Princess RoyaleOcean City, MD1990-1992, 1997, 2000, 2004, 2006-2008, 2014-2017Princess Royale AtriumOcean City, MD1997, 2000, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2014Taylor Bank Holiday PartyOcean City, MD2006-2008The Plaza Condo 98th StOcean City, MD2012, 2015-2019The Pro ClubE. Canton, Ohio1980-1981The Public LandingSnow Hill, MD2007-2010The Pulse Night ClubOcean City, MD2007The Purple Moose SaloonOcean City, MD1985, 1987, 1997, 2003Ramada InnSalisbury, MD1999Ramada Inn, Clarion Univ.DuBois, PA1992The Reel InnOcean City, MD1999Reflections in the Holiday Inn 67th St.Ocean City, MD2013Rehoboth Beach BandstandRehoboth Beach, DE2018, 2019, 2020Rehoboth Beach Convention CenterRehoboth Beach, DE2018, 2020Rehoboth Beach Country ClubRehoboth Beach, DE2008, 2012Remington’sBeltsville, MD2008-2019, 2020Residence Inn 61st StOcean City, MD2020Rio Grand Pool BarOcean City, MD1992Roland E. Powell Convention CenterOcean City, MD2003, 2004, 2006-2008, 2015, 2018Rosemont CenterSharon, PA2002Ruane Family ReunionBethany Beach, DE2008-2019Rupe’s Musical InnCanton, Ohio1987-1989The Rusty RudderDewey Beach, DE1995, 2004The Rusty ScupperOcean City, MD1985Ryan’s ReefOcean City, MD2017S.A.E.Colleges and Universities1987, 1988SAESalisbury, MD1987, 1988Sailing, Etc.Ocean City, MD1992, 1993Sand Dunes in the BayOcean City, MD2013St. LukesOcean City, MD2010, 2011The Salero in the Henlopen HotelRehoboth Beach, DE2007Salisbury City SquareSalisbury, MD1989Salisbury Civic CenterSalisbury, MD1987, 1996, 2000, 2006-2008Salisbury Elementary SchoolSalisbury, MD1997Salisbury Moose LodgeSalisbury, MD1986-1988Salisbury State UniversitySalisbury, MD1991, 1993, 1994, 2008Salisbury State UniversityColleges and Universities1991, 1993, 1994, 2008The Salt PondBethany Beach, DE1994, 2008-2019The Salted RimMillville, De.2021The Salted RimOcean View, De.2013-2019, 2020Salty Dog SaloonOcean City, MD1989-1997Samantha’sOcean City, MD1988Sand Castle Contest Carousel HotelOcean City, MD2008Sand Castle Contest Princess RoyaleOcean City, MD1991ScandalsOcean City, MD1986, 1987Schooners at Princess RoyaleOcean City, MD1991, 1992, 1997, 2008, 2012-2017Scotty’s Bayside BarW. Fenwick Island, DE2006, 2007Seacrets (1st DJ ever at Seacrets 5/22/1990)Ocean City, MD1990, 2001, 2004-2014Selbyville Fire HallSelbyville, DE1999, 2009Schools – Havre De Grace, Stevensville, Old Mill, Col. Richardson, Severn River, Magathy River, Arbutus, Cockeysville, Crofton, MagnoliaSchools2003Severn River, Col. Richardson, Arbutus, Franklin, Catonsville, Magathy River, Stevensville, Snow Hill, Brooklyn Park, Crofton, MagnoliaSchools2006Severn River, Ridgley, Havre de Grace, Elkton, Stevensville, Crofton, Magathy River, Pasadena, Old Mill, Col. Richardson, ArbutusSchools2002Severn River M.S., Chestertown, Marcus Lane, Snow Hill, Centerville, Stevensville, Pocomoke, Salisbury ElemSchools1997Stevensville, Old Mill, Anbutus, Snow Hill, Aberdeen, Magnolia, Magathy RiverSchools2000Stevensville, Magathy River, Easton Middle, Centerville, Arbutus, Snow Hill, Magnolia, Edgewood, Aberdeen, Old MillSchools2001Stevensville, Magothy River, Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic, Crofton, Havre de Grace, Arbutus, Old Mill North, Old Mill South, Cockeysville, Magnolia, Col. RichardsonSchools2004Stevensville, Crofton, Old Mill South, Arbutus, Magnolia, Eatonsville, Franklin, Lindale, Havre de Grace, Dundulk, Col. Richardson, Brooklyn Park, Magathy RiverSchools2005Snow Hill, Mases Lane, Stevensville, Chestertown, Crofton, Magathy River, Pine Grove, Centerville, Magathy RiverSchools1999Sinepuxent, Galena, Pocomoke, Abington, Snow HillSchools1996Aberdeen Middle, Severna Park, Stevensville, Chestertown, Snow Hill, Cambridge (Mases Lane)Schools1998The SharkOcean City, MD2005Shenanigans PubOcean City, MD1995, 2013Shad Landing State ParkSnow Hill, MD1992Shellys Circle BarFruitland, MD1989-1991, 1993, 1994Sheraton FontainebleauOcean City, MD1986, 1987, 1997SheratonSalisbury, MD1987Sheraton Best of the Shore PartySalisbury, MD1995Sheraton Town CenterColumbia, MD2012Sherwood on the Shore Christmas PartyOcean City, MD1999-2002, 2004ShoobiesN. Canton, Ohio1982Showell Fire HallShowell, MD2009Sloppy Joe’sKey West, FL1996Smith Brothers LoungeFt. Lauderdale, FL1987Smitty McGeesFenwick Island, DE1991-1996South Side SaloonSalisbury, MD1997SpectatorsSalisbury, MD1995St. AndrewsOcean City, MD2011- 2012Station 7West Ocean City, MD2014The Steer InnW. Ocean City, MD2009, 2010Stooges PubCanton, Ohio1984, 1985Stowaway Grand HotelOcean City, MD2003-2005, 2008-2010, 2018Stumblin InnW. Ocean City, MD1989SummersFt. Lauderdale, FL1988Sun Ridge Pool @ BaysideSelbyville, DE2007-2020Sundancer Surf ShopOcean City, MD1987Sunset GrilleWest Ocean City, MD2007, 2010Sunset ParkOcean City, MD2016, 2018The Sunset RoomOcean City, MD1995, 1996, 2007-2014Summerset St. Crab Soup CookoffOcean City, MD2008-2010Surf Rat CafeOcean City, MD1989-1990Surfin’ Snowman 5KBethany Beach, DE2018-2021Sussex Pines Country ClubGeorgetown, DE2003Sweetwaters PubOcean City, MD1985Talbot St. CafeOcean City, MD1985-1998Tap house (45th St)Ocean City, MD2012Tavern by the SeaOcean City, MD1986, 1987, 1989Terrapin StationOcean City, MD1996Third EditionSalisbury, MD1999Thompson’s Sea GritOcean CIty, MD1996Tidewater InnEaston, MD1999Tiffany’sOcean City, MD1986, 1989, 1994-1996, 1999Tiki 101Ft. Lauderdale, FL1986-1988Towson St. CollegeTowson, MD1987, 1999Trader Lee’sWest Ocean City, MD1986-1996, 2019, 2020Tremont Grand HotelBaltimore, MD2010Towson State UniversityColleges and Universities1987, 1999The TropicanaOcean City, MD1989Tri-SigsColleges and Universities1992Tropic Cay Pool BarFt. Lauderdale, FL1988Turns Landing House PartyOcean Pines, MD2013-2015Twisters LoungeHollywood, FL1988Uniontown Comm. ParkUniontown, Ohio1985University of MarylandColleges and Universities1986, 1990, 1991USSSA Softball Opening Ceremonies @ Perdue StadiumSalisbury, MD2007-2012Venus On the Half ShellDewey Beach, DE2009VFWCambridge, MD1986, 1989VFWOcean City, MD2011VFWOcean View, DE2011VFWWestminster, MD2005The WarehouseSalsibury, MD1993-1995Washington CollegeChestertown, MD1986, 1989Washington CollegeColleges and Universities1986, 1989The WaterfrontDewey Beach, DE1985-1989Waterman’s Seafood CompanyWest Ocean City, MD2020The WaterviewOcean City, MD1988, 1989Waylesville Fire HallWaylesville, MD1990WBOC Christmas PartySalisbury, MD2010WebstersSalisbury, MD1996, 1997The WedgeOcean City, MD2005Wednesday Night Roller’s Boat PartyOcean City, MD2005-2020West Side TavernWest Ocean City, MD1992The WharfOcean City, MD1991Whisky Joe’sW. Fenwick, DE1986, 2001The White PartyIndian River, De.2014Windows on the BayOcean City, MD1997, 2007Windsor HallCanton, Ohio1984, 1985Windsor Lake Club HouseVirginia Beach, VA1986Worcester Brewing CompanyOcean City, MD1995-1996Wounded Soldier BenefitOcean Pines, MD2017, 2018Yesterday’s PubCanton, Ohio1988, 1989
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