1. Cape May honors veterans in annual ceremony

    Text by | Published November 11th, 2015 in Blog

    A crowd gathered this morning at the monument on Columbia Avenue for the annual Veterans Day ceremony, which included a performance by Lower Township third graders and a presentation from the US Coast Guard.Speakers included the mayors of Cape May, West Cape May, and Cape May Point, and Captain G. Todd Prestige, Commanding Officer of […]

  2. West Cape May Lima Bean Festival

    Text by | Published October 12th, 2015 in Blog

    Despite a storm the night before that left us a little soggy, the weather was beautiful this Saturday for West Cape May’s annual Lima Bean Festival. We had front-row seats for the music and had the fortune of being next to George’s Place/the y.b., which cooked up kobe sliders with lima aioli. Our publisher and […]

  3. Cape May Mini Golf undergoing renovations

    Text by | Published October 9th, 2015 in Blog

    An excavation service has leveled Cocomoe’s Ice Cream on Jackson Street (you know it–pink building, octopus logo), but don’t worry. Cape May Mini Golf will be open in 2016 with a smaller building, according to the business’s Facebook page, and the golf course will be open in the spring.

  4. After the nor’easter

    Text by | Published October 5th, 2015 in Blog

    On my drive down Seashore Road to work this morning, I saw the sun this morning for the first time in four days. It was a little reminiscent of the feeling on Christmas morning, having spent the last three days holed up with my dogs, listening to the wind shake my house. I always like […]

  5. Cucina Rosa closes its doors

    Text by | Published December 15th, 2014 in Closing

    It’s with heavy hearts (and growling stomachs) that we report that this past weekend marked the last day of business for Cucina Rosa, which has closed its doors after twenty-one years of serving up Italian food. Their Washington Street Mall location has sold. “As you can imagine, the restaurant business is very demanding. As we’ve […]

  6. Best of Cape May 2014

    Text by | Published September 1st, 2014 in Best of Cape May

    Results from the 10th annual Best of Cape May

  7. Trending: Boutique stores

    Text by | Published June 25th, 2014 in Trending

    Last year, if you’d asked me to describe the type of shops we have in Cape May, I would’ve said they’re largely geared toward our summer visitors: t-shirt shops, souvenir shops with “Cape May” emblazoned on knick-knacks, the quintessential surf shops. But last summer, the 500 block of the Washington Street Mall welcomed Galvanic, a […]

  8. Escape the Cape Triathlon

    Text by | Published June 10th, 2014 in Look at This

    Last Sunday marked the second annual Escape the Cape Triathlon

  9. What’s new in Cape May?

    Text by | Published June 2nd, 2014 in Opening

    Every year, we round up the changes in Cape May that we’ve seen since last summer, including new businesses that have opened up, familiar names that have closed, and businesses that have changed location. This year, we’re adding renovations into the mix. Is something missing from our list? Let us know and we’ll add it! […]

  10. Cape May Restaurant Week (plus my 15 minutes of fame)

    Text by | Published May 30th, 2014 in Cape May in the News

    Philadelphia’s celebrity meteorologist (seriously, he has over 100k Facebook followers) Adam Joseph and Melissa Magee from Channel 6 visited Cape May yesterday for their At the Shore segment. The best part (for me!) was that they wanted to help promote Cape May Restaurant Week, which starts this Sunday. They wanted food. Food I can do. […]