Ladies and Gentleman, the DRUM ARE HERE. Multiple boats have gone out this week catching drum, not just the little ones we’ve had the big ones! The Cape Queen went out yesterday the 22nd and pulled in a few drum, one weighting in at 72lbs. going in on season record board. Also out on the… Read more »
The work of local artist Harriett Sosson and her son Max Samuelson were the focus of SOMA NewArtGallery’s opening reception Saturday, May 22. “Reinventing the Romans” features new paintings and collages by Sosson, who also owns and operates Poor Richards Inn on Jackson Street. Her work is about transforming Classical Roman statues to archetypal to… Read more »
This month it is time to sink my teeth into a juicy subject. Roasting meat. Roasting meat is probably the most ancient form of cooking. Forest fires and slow deer combined to give our ancestors their first taste of roasted meat. In the 20th century roasting came to mean cooking in dry heat in an… Read more »
It has been a long, cold, wet winter here in the Northeast and Cape May was particularly hard hit with record numbers of snow and rain, so we rejoice in presenting you with a touch of Spring and hope it puts a spring in your step. Photographs by Macy Zhelyazkova
As spring matures and May arrives, gentle breezes are laden with the fragrance of Lilacs and Lily of the Valley. I love these and can drift back to childhood days in either of my grandmothers’ gardens when I could smell their wonderful fragrances. Back then, I think that most everyone had hedges of lilacs, often… Read more »
Click, click, click, zzzzzzzz…ah music to my ears after such a long winter. It’s time to talk about my favorite type of fishing and one that I’m regarded as an expert at: shark fishing.
It’s been this way throughout human history. Humans approach. Birds fly away. On May 15, human ingenuity and bird-evasive skills go head to head on birding in the world’s greatest natural treasure hunt.