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Make America Cha Again

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Make America Cha Again

Written By: Matt Bucci  Make America Cha Again “A Division of the Republick into two great Parties, each arranged under its Leader, and concerting Measures in opposition to each other. This, in my humble Apprehension is to be dreaded as the greatest political Evil, under our Constitution”  -John Adams  Picture this… The year is 2020. It’s November, but all conception of a monthly calendar has faded from existence. It’s getting darker and colder by the minute with winter creeping in and the US on the verge of yet another nationwide lockdown. Oh, and there’s an election today—a pretty important one at that—but we may not know its results for quite some time. Sound...

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Millennials and Gen. Z in Quarantine: Unplug and Find Your Cha

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Millennials and Gen. Z in Quarantine:   Unplug and Find Your Cha

(Virtual Reality art created by Ronald Jose) Written by Matt Bucci: They’ve said we are the most prepared to handle this. These two young and talented generations raised by screens and media should thrive in this bizarre void of social gatherings. They’re wrong. No one is thriving right now. And that’s okay. We know we’ll get through this.   FOMO isn’t a thing anymore because there’s nothing to miss out on. With around one-third of the world’s population in some sort of quarantine lockdown, everyone is experiencing loneliness in one way or another. But we make do. We spend our Friday evenings in boisterous video-chat happy-hours. We connect with our boys on Call of Duty. We facetime and call the people we haven’t spoken to in too long.   Still, we miss the little things. We miss seeing our friends....

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Ocean City’s Jellyfish Festival

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Ocean City’s Jellyfish Festival

Now that Summer has poked its head through the rain clouds of April andMay, we can all finally take that deep breath of Maryland Summer air we’ve beenlonging for since last August. A Maryland Summer wouldn’t be complete withoutboating up and down the rivers of the Chesapeake, trips to the Delmarva beaches,and most importantly, live music outdoors. In its inaugural year, Ocean City’sJellyfish festival is shaping up to provide the best music, arts, and action sportsfestival to hit the rt. 1 shoreline since the Dew Tour. For 3 days, the festival willhave live music at multiple stages throughout each day,...

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Happy Chalidays!

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Happy Chalidays!

Written by: Matt Bucci Originally Posted: 12/27/17 May be a couple days late but 'tis the season to spread the cha no matter what you believe in or celebrate.  Whether it’s Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, or Happy Kwanza, or any other holiday I have failed to mention, we send you all our best wishes and hope everyone had a safe and happy season!  Despite all of the materialism and the political correctness, this time of year creates a spark in our minds to give back to those we care about and those we may not even know.  Our country has fallen...

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The Future Of East Coast Breaks

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The Future Of East Coast Breaks

Written by: Matt Bucci Originally posted: 11/21/17 Over the past few decades, shorelines have suffered tremendous erosion. With climate change as the obvious cause, the future of our beloved Delmarva breaks seems uncertain. Beach towns up and down the east coast have been forced to conduct serious damage control by way of dredging, or shoreline replenishment. Also known as beach nourishment, this process essentially replaces eroded and lost sand and sediment from an outside source along with the establishment of a pipeline draining system. SMXLL  I remember watching the beach and break transform every summer from these multi-million dollar projects and...

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