Posts Tagged ‘Dewey Beach’

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Dewey Beach might be ready to ditch its misfit reputation. But what happens when a party [...]

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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT—"Peter Nickles: I Will Not Call You Back," "Video: Is Cleveland Park Dead?" and "The Pershing Park Case: Did A District Official Commit Perjury?"
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Dewey Says It’s a Family Town; Families Buy It

Last night proved that Dewey isn’t all puke-in-the-bathroom—a communal bonfire drew hundreds to the beach for free s’mores and good, clean fun. The background noise of adult conversation and giggling kids seemed to vindicate what town officials have been saying (with worried looks) for the past few months: Dewey is a family town.

Citizen Cope: Kid-Tested, Mom-Approved

You can tell: Clarence Greenwood is a sloucher.
He lopes, slides, and sways with the ease of a man who has nowhere to go. Greenwood, known to fans as Citizen Cope, projects a half-lidded weariness onto his music, a fusion of blues, reggae and hip-hop made for dorm rooms and coffeehouses. It’s a soundtrack for watching [...]

Two Robberies, One Week

It’s 4:30 a.m., Monday, June 1. You’re on Dagsworthy Street in Dewey Beach, where a welcome early-morning bay breeze mixes the stagnant air. Two men approach, one wearing a black hoodie, the other wearing a beige hoodie with “Concord” embroidered on the front.
You’re about to become one of two armed robberies in Dewey Beach in [...]

Welcome to Dewey Beach

Hello. I'm Rob Kunzig. I'm a reporter and editor living in coastal Delaware, and I want to introduce you to Dewey Beach.
A mile south of Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, Route 1 swerves right and the speed limit drops to 30. A marquee advertises the bands blowing through town that week, mostly burnt-out ’90s legends and cover [...]