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Known as "God's Square Mile," Ocean Grove, N.J., some 40 miles south of New York City, nestles on the Jersey shore as a testament to quiet American life. Sharing a border and a boardwalk with Asbury Park, made famous by Bruce Springsteen and the Stone Pony nightclub, among others, the dry beach town embraces its Victorian-era Methodist roots. Perhaps it is simple facade, put up for tourists in search of respite, or perhaps it stems from a deeper sense of community in the little town. Whether fact or fiction, the charm of the place is eminently appealing...Napping on the beach.

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Known as "God's Square Mile," Ocean Grove, N.J., some 40 miles south of New York City, nestles on the Jersey shore as a testament to quiet American life. Sharing a border and a boardwalk with Asbury Park, made famous by Bruce Springsteen and the Stone Pony nightclub, among others, the dry beach town embraces its Victorian-era Methodist roots. Perhaps it is simple facade, put up for tourists in search of respite, or perhaps it stems from a deeper sense of community in the little town. Whether fact or fiction, the charm of the place is eminently appealing...Napping on the beach.