The 7th Annual Burns Supper was held at the Ugly Mug Thursday, January 27. Kilt-clad Scots and wannabe Scots gathered to enjoy a dish of haggis, both traditional and…Dare we say it?…vegetarian. For the meek at heart, commonly referred to as the English, a platter of fish-and-chips was also on the offering. Dancing and, of… Read more »
On January 17th, Martin Luther King Day,the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts and Humanities held an opening reception for the new exhibit “Can I Get a Witness!” at the Carriage House on the grounds of the Emlen Physick Estate. The collection of artifacts, photos and documents reveals the history of the black church in the… Read more »
A $9 million state-funded beach replenishment project began this week. The project will pump 140,000 cubic yards of sand onto the severely eroded Cove Beach. The project initially was shot down by City Council in a 3-2 vote. Those opposed to the project objected to demands by the state’s Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) that… Read more »
Do you have birds gobbling up seeds and insect pests in your garden? If not, you should consider adding a bird feeder and planning to plant some bird friendly plants this spring
Every day, we post a Picture of the Day, our ongoing photo blog of Cape May, New Jersey. All year, we’ve been collecting votes on your favorite photos. Now, we present to you, your favorite pictures from 2010
The Craig House, like so many other homes in Cape May, is haunted. While the former owners may be dead, it does not stop them from having a good time―and that is exactly what they do.
These were some of the biggest news items to hit our Facebook page in 2010. You told us what you thought then. What do you think now?
It’s that magic time of year that reporters love to write about – the Year in Review and this one was a corker.
The hustle and bustle of the holiday season dissipates and gives way to the slow-paced days of the dead of winter. When there is a chill in the air and frost coats the windows, these are the perfect periods to seek refuge in the kitchen.
Believe it or not, the holidays can be the most dangerous time for your pets. These tips may aid in a happier, healthier holiday and winter season.