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The clambake is a family affair, reflecting back to a time when Republicans — now outnumbered 7-1 by Democrats in the city — held political control here.
The AAC's annual summer gathering for a clambake and press conferences is always the unofficial season kickoff — and often a showcase for what a revolving door the conference is.
The 2016 AAC media days included a virtual Last Supper atmosphere at the league’s annual sunset clambake in Newport, Rhode Island.
Entertainment begins at 11 a.m.; at 1 p.m. the clambake is served.
Shellfish lovers clamoring for an early clambake beware: Some parts of Long Island’s Shinnecock Bay and areas near Southold, N.Y., have been closed to shellfish harvesting due to the presence of a dangerous biotoxin that, if consumed, can be fatal.
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: an outdoor party especially on a beach where clams and other foods are cooked and eaten
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