Sea Isle Times

July 2019

Celebrate the Fourth of July in Sea Isle City with a jam-packed day of fun family activities.



By Joseph A. LaRosa Jr., Ed.D.

Andrew “Andy” Sannino was born in Sea Isle City in a house on 42nd Street near Central Avenue on the day that World War I ended, Nov. 11, 1918. Andy’s parents, Giuseppe and Filomena, purchased a large home on 43rd Street in 1920 and raised Andy along with his seven siblings. Andy attended the local elementary school and graduated from Ocean City High School, Class of 1937. More

By Dave Bontempo

How far would you travel for the party of parties, the reunion of reunions?


How about from Hawaii to Sea Isle City?


By Mark Eckel

Jimmy Murray had three titles in mind for what would become an autobiographical look at his life and the founding of the Ronald McDonald House. There was his favorite, “It’s a McMiracle,’’ as well as “Great Things Start in Philadelphia” and “Life Is an Audible.’’


By Mary Byrne Lamp

“It’s crazy.”


That’s the answer you’ll hear from business partners Scott Oliver and Vinson Powell if you ask them how they feel about celebrating the 20th anniversary of Basilicos Ristorante. More

By Jennifer James Davenport

When you live at the beach or are lucky enough to vacation here, you know that summer nights are just as unforgettable as sunny summer days. Summer nights are filled with fun, laughter and music that never ends. More

Jacklyn Romano graduated from Rowan University in May with a bachelor’s degree in business management. An Ocean City High School grad, she is the daughter of Joe and Jackie Romano, of Sea Isle City. More

By Big Daddy Graham

Stick an acoustic guitar in a 27-year-old dude’s hands on any of Sea Isle City’s many performing stages and he (or she) will immediately start performing songs that were written and recorded before they were born.


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