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Belmont Shore area seafood fanatics have a place they call home, and it’s not the ocean. It’s Roe Seafood Restaurant & Bar, and you can reel in savings while savoring with this deal: get $40 worth of seafood dining for $20
Forget the fishing line, the bait and the headache—sitting down at Roe is the fastest way to get the fresh taste of plates like Yellowtail Poke Tostadas, Smokey Seafood Chowder, sashimi and hickory-grilled creations, including Porcini Dusted Scallops and Wood Roasted Wild…

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It's official: new jack swing is in -- just look at Bruno Mars' recent sweeps at this year's Grammys. And if you need a lesson on the genre, these hip-hop and R&B stars are ready to break down that old-school sound at the "New Jack City Jam". Three-time Grammy nominees K-Ci & JoJo emerged from Jodeci to record a string of timeless hits, including the chart-topping "All My Life." The brothers continue to release albums and produce new R&B tunes, and you'll hear…

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$16 for one general-admission ticket, valid Friday–Sunday (up to $26.50 value)
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$24 for one priority ticket, valid Friday–Sunday (up to $28.50 value)
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