AtlantiCare bringing giant ‘medical mall’ to Stafford

A grand opening is scheduled for June 28. Once completed, the $30 million project will have doctors’ offices and services capable of offering coordinated, outpatient care. It will include offices for AtlantiCare Physician Group’s primary care, obstetrics and gynecology, cardiology, general surgery and bariatric surgery practices, and a clinical laboratory. There also will be

Advance Ticket Sales at Surflight

Surflight’s producing artistic director Steve Steiner says the theater’s Memorial Day open house was a huge success. “It was a good day, oh my God, it was great,” he said on Tuesday. “We had well over 100 people over the course of the three hours (noon to 3 p.m.). Al (Parinello, the New York City producer who is Surflight’s new owner) got a real good feel for the for the community. And we had a big day at the box office.”

Hop Sauce Festival: LBI Eateries

On June 3, lovers of flavor – musical, artistic, brewed and culinary – will descend on Beach Haven for the fourth annual Hop Sauce Festival. It could be over 6,000 lovers, if last year was any indication. Since its inception in 2014, the idea was to not only marry craft beer and hot sauce, but to set a tone of different flavors. Directed by locally-based apparel company Jetty, and

LBIF Presents ‘Live on LBI’

Music will be in the air when the brand new music series “Live on LBI” kicks off this June at the Foundation of the Arts and Sciences. FSA, a marketing and entertainment group based out of Manahawkin, are bringing in singer/songwriters to the foundation in hopes of providing an intimate experience to concert goers.

Vietnam War Tribute Joins Exercise Tiger Tribute in Barnegat Light

emorial Day came early to LBI when veterans from the Vietnam War and other conflicts were honored last month in Barnegat Light along with the World War II veterans of Exercise Tiger, a secret rehearsal for D-Day that German U-boats hit upon and sabotaged. Anyone sitting in the audience 73 years later learned that the deaths of these 749 U.S. Army and Navy personnel off

Surflight Theatre Open House Set for Memorial Day Afternoon

There are still more than a few Doubting Thomas types who think Beach Haven’s Surflight Theatre won’t open, as promised, this June, but preparations are moving forward as planned. As has been reported in The SandPaper, New York City producer Al Parinello officially closed on his purchase of the 0.61-acre theater complex from TD Bank at the end of April. His producing