Posts Tagged ‘Blogfinger contest to name that town’

Click to enlarge this image. Paul Goldfinger photo. ©



Paulie D is the winner:   Paulie—just knock on Jack’s door for your prize.




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Jersey Shore Gallery. Photo by Paul Goldfinger. Oct. 2014

Interlaken, New Jersey.  Oct. 2014  This incredible house has echoes of history going back to  c. 1920’s or ’30’s.  (It calls to me–I want it!)  Paul Goldfinger photograph © Re-post.

CINDY SCOTT from her album Major to Minor.

Cindy Scott

Cindy Scott

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Lovely Marine Park in Red  Bank.    Blogfinger photo. June, 2018.  Click to enlarge. ©  No contest winner.


Cast of the Broadway show Neverland.

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Paul Goldfinger photo in Ocean Grove, NJ. , As seen from Asbury Park.    June 19, 2018. ©



The winner of our “name that Jersey Shore town contest” is Jennifer Thomas of Ocean Grove.

KEVIN KLINE AND JOHN BARROWMAN.    From the movie soundtrack of De-Lovely

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Paul Goldfinger photo. June 13, 2018. © Lovely restored homes on Broad Street in Red Bank, mostly professional offices now.  Blogfinger photo.


Jennifer of Ocean Grove won our “name that Jersey Shore town contest.”  She will be contacted regarding her prize:  “Flag Day”—a signed and numbered print by OG artist Jack Bredin  (see below.)   He has been likened to Grandma Moses, but he is no grandma.



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“Name that Jersey Shore town contest.”  Winner gets a signed and numbered “Flag Day” print by Jack Bredin. See below.     Blogfinger photo. © Nov. 2, 2017.


By Paul Goldfinger, Editor @Blogfinger.

This memorial is mostly dedicated to WWII veterans, although there also was recognition of vets from the Korean Conflict and WWI.  The names of those who died in the war are marked with stars.  And, it should be noted, that the Battle of Monmouth was fought in Freehold in June, 1778.  Freehold is an old town, having been founded in the 17th century.

This monument is especially moving because it is located in the middle of the city, right where several roads converge, so thousands of people see it as they drive by.  We walked among the monuments, and it is engaging; and yet it’s not a cemetary, although the rows of crosses and stars seem like that.

We used to live across the road from Arlington National Cemetery, and monuments to honor war dead are so important for the nation’s collective memory.

In France, every little village has a war memorial in the center of town, mostly from WWI. I hate the idea of tearing down war monuments.  It’s an effective way to remind everyone of the horrors of war and to honor those who served.

The winners of our “name that Jersey Shore” contest are Joy and Mike Adase of Ocean Grove.


“Precious Lord, take my hand
Lead me on, let me stand
I’m tired, I’m weak, I’m lone
Through the storm, through the night
Lead me on to the light
Take my hand precious Lord, lead me home.”

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Lovely Victorian at the Jersey Shore.. Blogfinger photo.

Lovely Victorian at the Jersey Shore.   Blogfinger photo. click to enlarge.  See comments for the winner of this Name That Town contest.



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