SHOOBIE SHUFFLE- Uncle Eddie Berg, The Boy Who Fell in Love with Wildwood

By AL ALVEN of The sun was just beginning to rise over the factories and smokestacks of Kensington, as 11-year-old Eddie Berg peered out of his bedroom window. A sense

Wildwood by-the-Sea, NJ – A Special Place

By Megan Meehan After years spent living all over the country and travelling the world, Patty Dodge has returned to Wildwood to give her family a taste of her childhood. “I

Our Special Bathing Beauty

"The angels are always near to those who are grieving, to whisper to them that their loved ones are safe in the arms of God." Kelly Ann McMonagle, 21, of Northeast

A Slice by the Sea

by AL ALVEN of WINTER, like Spring, Summer or Fall, is as much a frame of mind as a time of year. While 20-degree days and bone-chilling winds are not exactly

May-June 2015 Editor Letter

With another season of The Sun officially upon us, my heart overflows with thanks to our readers, our friends, and especially our advertisers

Cover Story: Keeping it Old School and Cool

When creating the cover photo for this Memorial Day issue, we here at The Sun were naturally inspired by that long-held tradition of creatively capturing life’s treasured moments by the

Remembering the Storm of 1962 that began on March 5th

62 Storm ~ City of Wildwood Report written by Winfield Ingles, Chief of Wildwood Police On or about 9:55pm, Monday, March 5th, 1962, this agency received an informational originating from the


by John Mason My first trip to the Wildwoods was in 1961. I stayed at the Hotel Cromwell on Atlantic and 26th Streets with my mom, dad and my Uncle Bob.

Editor Letter 2013 – Remembering Dad

One thing certain in life is that it is always changing. Life is our story. .. telling itself, unfolding at each dawning of a new day… Over the past ten years

Editor Letter – There’s no place like home.

“If I ever go looking for my heart’s desire again, I won’t look any further than my own backyard. Because if it isn’t there... I never really lost it to