The Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC) honored Outreach Director Mary Stewart Monday, June 18 for her 25 years of service to the organization. She was presented with a plaque and a bouquet of flowers at an informal surprise gathering at the Carriage House Cafe & Tea Room on the grounds of the… Read more »
The 33rd Annual Great Cape May Footrace, held on May 12, gave runners a first hand look at the new Convention Hall which opened Memorial Day weekend. The race began in front the Convention Hall at 8 a.m. In the 5K race, the top male finisher was Kai Bithell (No. 53) of Cape May. Top… Read more »
Kayaks, canoes and boats converged at Higbee Beach June 7 to celebrate World’s Ocean Day. The paddlers traveled the waters from the south jetty at Hibeee to the concerte ship at Sunset Beach. Locally, the sojourn was called the Sacred Waters Honor Journey and included members of the Lenape Tribe.
Country music star Kenny Chesney performed in Wildwood Wednesday, June 20, following the release of his newest album Welcome to the Fishbowl. The event was sold out, but you can stream it live at youtube.com/KennyChesneyVEVO
There are no calories on vacation…right? Try a few of our favorite post-beach snacks.
Sue Carroll, of Cape May is the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC) Volunteer of the Month for June 2012. MAC’s Manager of Tour Systems Barbara Oberholtzer nominated Carroll for her devoted volunteer work on MAC’s Friends of the Physick Estate Advisory Board. “Sue supports the group with ideas and thorough participation,” Oberholtzer… Read more »
Everybody loves shrimp. Put shrimp out at a party and see a Pavlovian reaction from your guests as they swarm en masse to the sweet pink crustaceans. Recipes for Cajun Bar-B-Que Shrimp, Bacon-Wrapped Shrimp, and Tarragon Shrimp.
We dog lovers know that love and loyalty are two of the strong bonds developed by dog and person.
There is something about the fragrance of a field of strawberries with the warm June sun, the blue skies and butterflies floating lazily over the berries that stays in one’s memory.
It’s June and it is time for the annual Who’s New, Who’s Moved, Who’s Gone edict.