The merchants of the Washington Street Mall and the City of Cape May celebrated the first annual Captain Mey Day Saturday, April 20th. It is a celebration of the founding of Cape Mey (later Anglicized to May) by the Dutch sea explorer Captain Cornelius Mey. Events included authentic Dutch Klompen (dancers), a guest appearance by… Read more »
Her name is Elizabeth Degener. Her father calls her Biz. Her friends call her Liz. But to all who queue up on a Saturday or Sunday morning along Sunset Boulevard, she is simply known as The Bread lady.
Crew members from Coast Guard Station Cape May, N.J. are seen in the photo at right transferring two boaters to emergency medical services personnel who were waiting on the station’s pier, Thursday, April 4, 2013, after good Samaritans aboard the fishing vessels Captain Brown and Sandra Lee rescued them from the water. The station crew… Read more »
The 2013 Easter Fashion Stroll, sponsored by the City of Cape May, the Washington Street Mall Merchants and the Chamber of Commerce of Greater Cape May, prevailed even though light showers threatened to dampen the day mid-way through the judging. But both the judges and the participants braved on. Mayor Edward Mahaney, Jr. presided over… Read more »
In February, Cape May Magazine held its first photo contest, and the winners are published in the Spring 2013 issue. But we thought it would be fun to share our staff favorites with you here on CapeMay.com.
The Cape May County Zoo is open year-round, sits on 85 acres of land, houses 550 animals, representing 250 different species, and the best part? It’s absolutely FREE! (Though donations are greatly appreciated.)
George’s Place is a small 10-table Greek restaurant in Cape May that looks like a diner during the day and feels like a taverna at night. “Oopa!”– Greek for “Cheers” – is spoken here.
Sometimes a simple dish can be more powerful than an arsenal of spices and heavy handed techniques. Oyster Stew is one such dish.
So be careful how you speak to your dog, since they are great interpreters, and be careful what you say since they can hear much more than you think!