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  • Quiet Storm surf shop hosts Dew athletes

    As Dew Tour launches the first day of competition in Ocean City, businesses on the boardwalk and beyond are amping up their efforts to attract customers as the influx of action sports fans hit the town. Local surf shop Quiet Storm on the boardwalk is...
  • Tropical storm warnings up for Mass. coast

     
    Residents - sitting Presidents included - of Cape Cod and the islands of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket are under tropical storm warnings today as Hurricane Bill spins northward off the U.S. East Coast.Bill remains a 105-mph Category 2 storm, and its.......
  • Ida limps toward land; could become nor'easter

     
    An increasingly disorganized Ida weakened to tropical storm force overnight, but continues to pose a significant threat to the Gulf Coast and inland regions of the Southeastern U.S. After landfall, the storm could reform off Cape Hatteras as an Atlantic...
  • Storm sits and spins; we get wet

     
    That storm off the Carolinas continues to churn on Thursday, stoked by energy and Gulf moisture from the remnants of Tropical Storm Ida. Coupled with the high over New England, the two weather engines are sending northeast and east winds......
  • Coastal storm is kicking up the surf

     
    The big low-pressure system riding up the east Coast today is driving northeast winds onto the mid-Atlantic beaches this Wednesday morning. The National Weather Service has posted Coastal Flood Advisories for the Maryland shore:"AT OCEAN CITY INLET...HIGH...
  • Colin threatens strong surf and rip currents

     
    Tropical Storm Colin may be weak, and it appears to pose no danger of a U.S. landfall as it passes west of Bermuda this weekend. But the storm is likely to kick up strong surf along Maryland and Delaware beaches.If you're......
  • Earl now a hurricane; sweep up East Coast likely

     
    The fifth named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season is now a hurricane, and the National Hurricane Center's forecast shows Hurricane Earl growing to "major" proportions and making a sweep up the East Coast late this week.For now, the center of the........
  • Summer's Calling: Wind, water, wonder

    Summer's Calling: Wind, water, wonder
    Hal Ashman remembers the day his connection to watersport took hold. He was in college, spending a summer in Ocean City, and found himself on the shores of Assawoman Bay one evening with wind whipping around him and a windsurfing board at his feet....
  • LBI has got the goods for summer fun

    Long Beach Island's charms have long been familiar to vacationers from New York and Philadelphia. LBI - as it is universally called - is less well-known to Marylanders. But don't be daunted by the nearly four-hour drive from Baltimore. Whether you...
  • Last summer fling on quiet shores

    Otto Mears had big plans for the resort he was building on the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay. The financier envisioned a lavish place with waterfront hotels, casinos and boardwalk rides that rivaled Coney Island and Atlantic City. To ensure that...
  • Hobie Alter dies at 80; shaped Southern California surf culture

    Hobie Alter dies at 80; shaped Southern California surf culture
    When he was a young man, Hobie Alter had a clear vision of his future: He didn't want a job that would require hard-soled shoes, and he didn't want to work east of Pacific Coast Highway. He succeeded. The son of a second-generation orange grower,...
  • Winds to bring high surf to part of Southern California coast

     
    A high-surf advisory has been issued for part of the Southern California coast as gusty winds move through the area beginning Tuesday afternoon....