Tag - 08-01-2019 Issue

The Record That Changed My Life – Aly Bockler

It was 34 years ago, the summer of 1985, when I first heard the album that would change my life. Nine tracks of unadulterated magic, a masterpiece, my musical doctrine… Purple Rain by Prince and the Revolution.   I was 10 years old when Purple Rain hit the shelves, shrouded in controversy over...

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Pet of the Issue – Snowy

Submitted by Donnie Morgan Snow White Queso Morgan, a/k/a Snowy, showed up on Donnie’s back porch in the summer of 2017. “My girlfriend Toni was able to eventually gain her trust and determine that she was pregnant,” he tells Beachcomber. “Turns out she, the cat, not the girlfriend, was less than a...

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Cerenna Solecki

This is a new semi-regular feature in Beachcomber, first-person accounts from local folks that have done well in their chosen professions.   The first installment is from Cerenna Solecki, who is celebrating 25 years in real estate in 2019 and is the driving force behind Cerenity by the Sea Realty...

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Recommended Reading

Kevin Alexander Burn the Ice – The American Culinary Revolution and Its End Penguin Random House Food journalist Kevin Alexander dives into the dim past—the 1990s—to chronicle the rise, triumph and often hubristic fall of what he terms “The American Culinary Revolution.” Each chapter follows the...

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