It’s not a typical holiday season. But even though we may have to wish friends and family a happy Thanksgiving via Zoom this year, we can seek normalcy in holiday comfort food. If you don’t want to prepare your own, here are some Cape May restaurants and caterers with to-go and sit-down options. Beach Plum… Read more »
Last Exit for Betrayal is the first mystery novel by author G.W. Conklin, a history enthusiast who has written about the Civil War and the 134th New York Infantry Regiment. When I saw that the book was a mystery and based in Cape May, I was intrigued. I wanted something different than the lovey-dovey books… Read more »
We’re a third of the way into November and it’s 72 degrees outside. Before we spend the winter months bundled up indoors, here are a few ways to get out and enjoy the last of the warm weather! Try a new beer at Cape May Brewing Co. Head to the Cape May Airport for a… Read more »
We were scrolling Instagram when a picture that made us do a double take. Emily Arenberg has created a technique that transforms flat wood surfaces into a birds-eye view of waves rushing onto the shore. At a glance they can pass for photographs, but these pieces are actually crafted from paint and resin. And since… Read more »
I’ve always loved the theater. On moving to Cape May, I dreamed of becoming a regular attendee at local productions. Season tickets! Opening nights! But real life responsibilities usually get in the way. I’m searching for silver linings to 2020. Businesses have had to get creative this year to work around social distancing measures, and… Read more »
Earlier this year, I asked my friend Nikki if she would take the bike path with me from Rio Grande to Willow Creek Winery. It sounded easy enough. Driving there only takes ten minutes, but on bikes we pedaled for eight miles. Going up the West Cape May Bridge was by far the hardest part.… Read more »
Cape May has been the location for thrillers and lent its charm to novelists and painters. Now many of its candy-colored buildings serve as the backdrop for a new music video by Philadelphia hip-hop artist Alexander Charles.
Have you ever stayed somewhere while traveling and loved the food so much you wished you could make it at home? Well, we asked Amy and Lulzim of Rhythm of the Sea B&B for a yummy treat that you can make yourself.