On September 7th 2020, In Atlantic City, the beach and boardwalk were full of visitors for the end of Labor Day weekend.
David Mendoza, left, and Thelma Gaddie, from the Upper East Side of New York City, reminisce about how their love began in Atlantic City in the late 1990s while they were working for the same bus company. The couple enjoyed sitting on the Pennsylvania Avenue beach.
On September 7th 2020, In Atlantic City, the beach and boardwalk were full of visitors for the end of Labor Day weekend. The Puglisi family, residents of Connecticut, (l-r) Jim, Alexndra, and Liz, all settle in with a good read as they soak up the sun.
Atlantic City is one of many towns extending their beach season this year, with guards on the sand until late September.
The beaches and the boardwalks were full of visitors in Atlantic City on Labor Day weekend. While weather on Memorial Day weekend got a D+ grade, Labor Day’s weather was a solid A grade.
On September 7th 2020, In Atlantic City, the beach and boardwalk were full of visitors for the end of Labor Day weekend. The Rebiilas family, on a daytrip from Pennsauken, (l-r) Joey, Gia, Christina, Lenny, and Len, find a nice spot by the water's edge to enjoy the view.
On September 7th 2020, In Atlantic City, the beach and boardwalk were full of visitors for the end of Labor Day weekend. On the Tennessee Ave. Beach, Philadelphia resident Anthony Lucas and his daughter Autumn, 3, start construction on what was soon to be a castle or a big hole.
Cyan Bosque, 1, and dad, Javier, both of Queens, New York, look for shells on the North Carolina Avenue beach in Atlantic City on Monday.
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