“Think of Harry Kulkowitz, the Jewish son of Russian immigrants, who fudged his age at enlistment so he could join his friends in the fight. Don’t worry, Harry, the statute of limitations has expired. Harry came ashore at Utah Beach on D-Day. And now that he’s come back, we said he could have anything he… Read more »
We’re thrilled to support Historic Cold Spring Village at their annual fundraiser, Feasting on History, at Naval Air Station Wildwood. Every year, Hangar One is filled with food vendors from all over Cape May County, including Lucky Bones, Washington Inn, Blue Pig Tavern, Ebbitt Room, Back Bay Bistro, Island Grill, as well as local wineries.
Since being wounded in The Battle of Saipan during World War II, Marvin Hume has been eligible for the prestigious Purple Heart, a military decoration which he refuses to this day.
The space at Hot Dog Tommy’s may seem small as you get handed your Black Russian or Carrot Dog, but it’s just the right size for this freewheelin’ pair.
Joe Bogle has been a presence in Cape May for all of his 59 years.
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.
A one-woman-led fight for preservation put Cape May on the road to becoming the town we know today.
It’s been 11 years since beloved Cape May artist Alice Steer Wilson last picked up her brush, but she lives with us still in her watercolors depicting Cape May architecture and in seascapes basking in sea light.
The Laudemans: Still making waves in fishing
In 1932, the depression loomed heavily over Cape May. Bath houses, once popular, were becoming passé. So Steven J. Steger set up his own beach rental operation, and the rest is history.