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Boardwalk Musician Speaks Out On Unexpected Impact Of Lawsuit Against Ocean City

We'll talk with the man whose lawsuit may have opened the floodgates for all kinds of performers on the Ocean City boardwalk—even a pole dancer.

Are Foreign Students Being Exploited By Coastal Businesses?

Are foreign students who come to the coast getting a valuable cultural experience? Or are they merely cheap labor?

Siblings Tackle "Mount Everest of Swimming" And Building A Better (Solar-Powered) Bike

We'll meet a group of siblings whose summer goal was to swim the English Channel, and we'll hear from college students who spent the past few months building a solar-powered bike.

Credit Card Hacking Puts New Strain On Ocean City Businesses, Banks

Last month, hackers planted a virus in the credit card systems of local businesses. We'll explore how much these crimes are costing the community.

Bridge Incident Raises Questions About Ocean City Infrastructure

Can Ocean City's infrastructure handle the movement of thousands of tourists during the summer months?

How Many Poultry Farms Is Too Many For Rural Delaware?

Residents in rural Delaware are grappling with a plan to put two large poultry farms within a mile of each other.