The Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC) is adding a full-sized, restored 1890s Portland Cutter sleigh to its Victorian Chritsmas scene at the Emlen Physick Estate, 1048 Washington Street. The sleigh was recently transported from Falls Church, Va., home of its owners, Ioanna Iliopulos and Tom Cataldo. It is through their generosity that… Read more »
Mr. and Mrs. Larry and Annette Borgia of North Cape May and Bethlehem, PA. donated this year’s Congress Hall Christmas Tree [pictured at left] which will be lit Friday, Dec. 3 – festivities beginning at 7:30 p.m. The Borgias love Christmas at Congress Hall and said they were honored to donate the 30-foot Douglas Fir.… Read more »
The Women’s Community Club of Cape May recently celebrated their 90th year of community service with and Afternoon Tea held in Sunset Lounge of the Cape May-Lewes Ferry Terminal. Club president Barbara MacLean introduced the special guests including New Jersey Federation of Women’s Clubs President Patty Whitehouse, New Jersey State Treasurer Carole Speechley and past… Read more »
The winning number from the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities’ (MAC) $2,500 prize drawing on Sunday is 723 – Leslie Rozzi of Glenside, PA. Congratulations!
It is a summer place. But as the days shorten, the shadows lengthen and waters turn steely, the Grey Ghost in all of her high Victorian Gothic elegance takes hold of the landscape and reigns over land’s end where the ocean and bay meet. Lofty dunes thrown up by winds and storms protect the Grey… Read more »
If you were wondering what’s going on around the Island, we’re here to tell you. There’s plenty do and plenty to see, and here are a few events which are at the top of our must-do list.
The air is cooler, the pumpkins are out…it’s Fall in Cape May. Join us for a pictorial of your favorite seaside town.
The real challenge to the party host is how to put out an excellent meal and not be chained to the kitchen.
As the holidays near, we all think of how we can help to bring some joy, comfort, peace, and pleasure to others.
Historic and Victorian Cape May’s 28th Annual Halloween Parade played host to a wide variety of costumed characters and was led by Grand Marshall Mayor Dr. Edward Mahaney, Jr., Deputy Mayor Jack Wichterman, and Councilmembers Terri Swain and Deanna Fiocca. Over one hundred costumed judging entries and a total of over 300 individuals marched along… Read more »