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New direction for Pine Yacht Club

 OCEAN PINES — Despite what his name implies, Chef Bland creates recipes that are far from tasteless. As executive chef of the Ocean Pines Yacht Club, Chett Bland has made some significant changes to the menu that are fresh, creative and full of flavor. “Our menu changes constantly,” said Bland, who joined the Yacht Club… Read more »

The Closet opens inside Bruder Hill

 BERLIN – Featuring brand-name designers such as Fendi, Louis Vuitton, Cabi and Tori Burch, Bruder Hill’s new consignment store, The Closet, offers quality clothes, shoes, purses and accessories. Although the merchandise sold at The Closet is used, anything found there is of the same fashion standard of all other women’s clothing and accessories sold in… Read more »

New store items, thrift store prices

OCEAN PINES — Offering items “half off its lowest price” is the motto of Joe Laque, co-owner of The Trading Post at Ocean Pines, a new shop off Cathell Road. The Trading Post will open Saturday, allowing customers to buy, sell or trade for anything in the building. The idea is to feature a multitude… Read more »

Civil War battle gallery by local artist in Berlin

BERLIN — Marking the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Antietam, artist Kevin Fitzgerald will officially open his latest showing in the Water’s Edge Gallery on Friday, Sept. 21. The exhibit represents both the American Civil War conflict’s significance to American history and to the artist’s own personal life, as well. At 9 years old,… Read more »

Local church helps community through storefront

BERLIN – For more than 50 years, members of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Berlin have followed their mission to reach out to those in need via their Church Mouse Thrift Shop on North Main Street in Berlin. Strictly selling items that have been donated to the church, clothes, household items, jewelry, books and collectables… Read more »

Sisters guest bartending event begins September

BERLIN — Starting Friday, Sept. 7, Sisters on North Main Street will invite members of nonprofit organizations once a month to be guest bartenders to raise money for their charities. “This was our idea of giving back to the community,” said Donna Compher, who co-owns Sisters with her — what else— sister, Michael Ann Phillips…. Read more »

Tex Mex & Beyond opens Saturday

BERLIN — Downtown Berlin’s newest restaurant, Tex Mex & Beyond on North Main Street, will celebrate its grand opening this weekend, starting at 5 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 1. Owned by Berlin businessman Ernest Gerardi, the restaurant will feature authentic Mexican southwestern foods inspired by chef Arturo Paz’s Latin-American heritage. “The ‘Beyond’ part describes any… Read more »

Burley Oak will sell bottles soon

BERLIN — This Sunday, Burley Oak Brewing Company will hold a party celebrating the release of its first bottled beer to be sold at the brewery’s bar and brewing headquarters on Old Ocean City Boulevard. “It was in our plan to bottle within our first year,” said owner Bryan Brushmiller, who wanted to sell bottles… Read more »

Side shops contribute to Berlin’s charm

BERLIN — While many are attracted to visit the multitude of shops on Berlin’s Main Street, plenty of highly regarded retail shops exist off the main road and many don’t even require a great number of footsteps to reach. Serving fresh coffee, tea, baked goods and ice cream, among other things, is the focus of… Read more »

‘Say I Do’ bridal expo in Berlin

BERLIN — With the traditional summer season coming to a close, the owners of Bustle, a new bridal boutique shop on South Main Street, continue their attempt to make Berlin a year-round wedding destination with the “Say I Do” bridal expo Saturday, Sept. 29. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., a section of Main Street… Read more »