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Ocean City's Popcorn Royalty

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Will Hall, who represents the fourth generation of Ocean City's most famous popcorn-making family, has been "popping the corn" since he was a kid.
Bryan Russo
Will Hall, who represents the fourth generation of Ocean City's most famous popcorn-making family, has been "popping the corn" since he was a kid.

Popcorn has long been a part of the American culture -- as no other country eats as much -- but, as coastal reporter Bryan Russo explains, it has been the legacy for one family in Ocean City, Md., for more than 70 years.

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