Bradley Beach — Visitors are invited to peruse the porches and stoops of beautiful Bradley Beach at the first annual Porch Fest, a townwide celebration to be held on Saturday, May 18 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
There will be food, live music, photography, storytelling, poetry, and other surprises on 16 featured porches throughout the .63-square-mile beach town. Jump on at any porch and pick up a map of the exhibitions.
By Brian Ramon-Miron
The United States, a rich country, a wonderful place where we can be creative, free, and ourselves. We as one are all part of a melting pot of distinct races, religions, gender, and cultures. Most of us are kind and respect each other. We have friends, and lots of people love us. President Donald Trump loves his country. Maybe a little too much. He wants to build a border wall to keep his interests safe instead of making bridges with our neighbors, Canada and Mexico.
By Claire Cooperman
You stand on the boardwalk facing the beach. The sky is gray, and the wind from the storm blows strong, though the rain stopped hours before. In your hand, you hold a garbage bag and gloves as you prepare yourself for the hours of picking up garbage ahead of you. Plastic cups, bottles, bags, straws, and other single-use items litter the beach. Single-use plastic bags float in the air. All of this garbage will eventually make its way into the ocean, harming the sea life that lives there. You know you will do anything to prevent that from happening. If only one little bit of action could be taken. You walk onto the beach, ready to make the environment safer, healthier, and cleaner. Read more
By Noah Jamieson
The Gifted and Talented program has started up again this year, giving students a chance to work on passion projects ranging from video making, crocheting, and, this article’s main topic, the Composter.
By Brian Ramon-Miron
Look outside. What do you see on a sunny day? The sun shining, plants growing, and rocks on the ground. You keep walking until you feel something in your shoe. How did this rock get here? Well, if you really want to know, let’s ask the fourth grade class about their “Birth of Rocks” unit! Read more
By Joshua Nesheiwat
Middle school students are giving mixed reviews on new policies regarding backpacks and cellphones here at BBES this year. Read more
By Sophia Li
Veterans Day, the day when veterans come together to tell each other their stories, and the people thank them. Here at BBES, we added a little twist. In a ceremony with songs, speeches, and art, we thanked our custodian, Mr. Sam Bullock, and we gathered photos of family members who served our country Read more