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Ocean City’s “Show Us Your Paws Parade” stepped off without a hitch on Saturday. And why wouldn’t it? Perfect weather, dozens of four-legged friends and their two-legged leash-holders made for an entertaining and unusual procession.Queen Bumble ‘Bree” of H.S.O.C.In a town that loves parades, the Show Us Your Paws Parade has a special place in the hearts of Ocean City visitors and residents alike.The event is a fund-raiser for the Humane Society of Ocean City. Pet owners and pooches registered at 4 pm, lineup was at 4:30 and the action began at 4:45. A Mummers String Band and local dignitaries took place, along with the stars of the show, the dogs and other pets.Reagan DeVlieger, the Humane Society’s Youth Volunteer of the Year poses with Matthew Allen, Mr. Mature America 2017Reagan DeVlieger was honored by the Human Society as its Youth Volunteer of the Year. Reagan, a student at Ocean City Intermediate School, volunteers her time raising money for the Humane Society. An enthusiast in the Chinese paper-folding art of Origami, Reagan creates swans, birds, and other origami pieces and sells them to raise funds for the Humane Society.The Rossiter and Audino families participated with their patriotically dressed pups. These two goldens are brothers and are a handful of fun.Awards were presented for best super hero dog, pet/owner lookalikes, best decorated wagon, most patriotic, best dressed dog, best dressed pet, and best surfer dog/bathing beauty dog.
Les Miserables Imagine sharing a scene on stage with an actor you’ve idolized since age 12, as you play a role your idol made famous. That’s what Ramin Karimloo got to do on January 11, when Colm Wilkinson played the Bishop opposite Karimloo as Jean Valjean in a one-night-only benefit performance of Les Miserables at Toronto’s Princess of Wales Theatre. Wilkinson, who created the role of Valjean in London and on Broadway, got to share the famous silver candlesticks scene with Karimloo, and the stars thrilled lucky audience members with a curtain all duet of “Bring Him Home.” Savor these photos from the historic performance, then get tickets to see Karimloo play Jean Valjean on Broadway beginning March 1 at the Imperial Theatre. Related Shows Ramin Karimloo Show Closed This production ended its run on Sept. 4, 2016 Star Files View Comments