The Garden Club of Cape May returned to Convention Hall for its 2013 flower show. The theme, “Victorian Pastimes: The Way It Was” was held Tuesday, April 30 from noon to 5 p.m. Restricted by social rules and traditions the Victorians successfully communicated through the language of flowers. The show featured floral design entries in… Read more »
Even for people who have been in Cape May for generations, the Cape May of just 50 years ago is a real juxtaposition with today’s town.
Although it seems to be slow in arriving, spring is in the air and the photographers at CapeMay.com have been out and about to record the blooming of our island.
With its panoramic views of the Atlantic, stately Georgian Revival architecture, and fine dining, The Peter Shields has stood out from the sea of restaurants historically.
Joe Bogle has been a presence in Cape May for all of his 59 years.
Mussels are the black sheep of the shellfish world. Lacking the sex appeal of oysters and not as boldly flavored as clams, mussels need some muscle in the P.R. department.
This month we are going to sniff out some information about a dog’s sense of smell!