WILDWOOD, N.J. - Many are keeping up with the tradition of spending Memorial Day Weekend down the shore."The whole family is coming down.
We’re all going to be crammed in the house, sharing seats and making breakfast. It’s what we love to do," said Todd Patterson. "We have to come down and see the kite festival now that we have a little one.
So get to see the kites and we get to relive the memory over and over again."Brendan Storino handles the mic floor at Ed’s Funcade on the Wildwood Boardwalk.
He’s a La Salle University student and lives in Port Richmond."This is actually my sixth summer doing this. I love coming down here," said Storino. "Memorial Day weekend is like the unlocking of the summer.