Opening at noon on Friday, May 11th, the Garden Club of Cape May presented “Victorian Poetry in Bloom” the theme of their annual flower show at Convention Hall. Attendees to the show were treated to four presentations by experts in flower judging, gardening design,Victorian literature and Victorian attire. The reception hall was lined with donated baskets… Read more »
Celebrate Mother’s Day with brunch or dinner at the following Cape May restaurants. Reservations are strongly recommended where available. Aleathea’s at the Inn of Cape May – Beachfront for Mother’s Day Serving dinner from 4-8pm. For reservations, call 609-884-5555. Beach Plum Farm Brunch – Where better to usher in Mother’s Day than in this magical… Read more »
Chris Botti, an American trumpet player and composer, performed this past weekend at the Exit Zero Jazz Festival. Listen to a few minutes of his outstanding performance.
Framing for the new Exit Zero Filling Station on Sunset Boulevard in West Cape May is well underway. The restaurant will have “a soaring ceiling – nearly 35 feet high, with floor to ceiling white-wood fireplace,” said Jack Wright, editor and publisher of Exit Zero. Once completed, the Exit Zero Cookhouse will share the new… Read more »
Here is just a sampling of the floats and bands that marched in the West Cape May Christmas parade this year. The parade included everything from the U. S. Coast Guard band to local hero and baseball star Matt Czszur of the San Diego Padres. Dozens of fire fighting units were peppered in with floats… Read more »
Just before noon, the U.S. Coast Guard color guard commemorated our fallen soldiers and sailors with a wreath launching ceremony. Together with the City of Cape May Beach Patrol, a dingy filled with flowers was launched off the beach as the crowd looked on.
If you’re in Cape May, you’ve surely been watching as a totally revitalized park has been coming together between Lyle Lane and Lafayette Street. And you’re probably aware that the fountain started circulating water last week. Today the new Gazebo with it’s lighted crown was tightened into place. while workers positioned both flowering shrubs and… Read more »
Hundreds of people gathered to celebrate the beginning of summer at the Physick Estate, with a perfect sunny day devoted to regional craft beers, rum tasting, spicey jambalaya, bacon-on-a-stick, super crepes, and the traditional food favorites, live music, crafts and collectibles and kids activities. Sponsored by Cape May’s Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities… Read more »
On the morning of Sunday June 12th, in Cape May NJ, 1,750 participants jumped off the ferry into the Delaware Bay in the “Escape the Cape” Triathlon. Voted the “Best Triathlon” in the Mid-Atlantic & Northeast Regions, and in 2014 named the “Best of Competitor,” this morning’s competition started with some very challenging waters and… Read more »
We had word today that Congress Hall is preparing to sandblast the paint from the exterior surfaces to reveal the original bricks of the 1879 building. We tried, with the help of Photoshop, to see what that may look like when the building’s surface is completed. To be fair, the color is approximate and does… Read more »