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The Great Crab Debate: To Clean Now, or Clean Later
Nothing says summer like an afternoon spent picking fresh steamed crabs on a newspaper-lined table. The smell of Old Bay, a cold beverage and the sound of shells a-crackin’ – now that’s Rivah relaxation few can argue with. However, in recent years there has been some debate over how that bushel of crabs is prepared.
06.28.20132nd annual Irvington Crab Festival
They’re having bushels of fun in Irvington this month when the Steamboat Era Museum once again serves up a crab pickin’, beer drinkin’, foot stompin’ great time.
06.28.2013Nate’s Trick Dog Cafe: Local favorite lives up to its bark
If you’re in a New York state of mind, wanting upscale atmosphere and cuisine, Nate’s Trick Dog Cafe in the heart of Irvington is the place to dine. If you crave a beer and a hot dog, Nate’s Trick Dog bar menu is sure to satisfy.
05.23.2013The Deadrise: A Chesapeake Bay classic
There are still a few wooden boatbuilders around, but the industry has just about played out as most boat owners now prefer low-maintenance fiberglass and steel hull boats. Some folks, however, still desire the aura and feel of a wooden deadrise under way.
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