The winner of the 2011 Mercedes raffled off by Our Lady Star of the Sea Church is Ron Blevins of Oneida, Tennessee. The winner of the $2,000 Bank card raffle is Dennis Panchyshyn of Kenilworth, New Jersey.
West Cape May celebrated her farming heritage with the Annual Lima Bean Festival in Wilbraham Park on October 8. The lowly legume took center stage and delighted locals and visitors alike with her vast array of recipes, crafts and products.
When the temperature goes from 90 degrees to 60 degrees in 24 hours – you know it is a sign that the Oktoberfest is going to be well attended and everyone clamoring for wurst, kraut and beer. And that is exactly what happened. As an added bonus, the Oom Pah Pah Band played and our… Read more »
For ghosts, Halloween isn’t just a bad dream, it’s a nightmare. Americans seem to be obsessed with ghosts and hauntings, especially this time of the year. We talk about them. We write about them. We chase them with meters and equipment, probing and prodding, searching all of their safe hiding places until we find them.… Read more »
You might see over 100 different kinds of butterflies in Cape May County, but only if you explore spring through fall and only if you visit as many different habitats as possible.
A doggie howl-o-ween paw-ty can be so much fun for you and your dog(s) as long as you plan ahead and plan for safety.
Chowder may be my favorite type of fall soup. Rich and hearty, chowder can be enjoyed as a soup or a meal unto itself. What constitutes chowder is often debated.
Trees laden with glossy red apples are a beautiful sight in orchards along country roads throughout southern New Jersey. Stands are heaped high with baskets of apples and customers flock to buy and taste those first crispy, juicy delicious apples of the season. Apples have come a long way from the sour, little fruits on… Read more »
The Ghosts of the Lighthouse Trolley Tour continues this weekend. Board a MAC trolley and dare to take an evening tour down the ghostly path that leads to the Cape May Lighthouse. You’ll hear and experience Craig McManus’ paranormal findings during your journey. Once you reach your destination, you’ll feel the presence of the spirits… Read more »
The City of Cape May issued a demolition permit for the Beach Theatre this morning. Demolition began this afternoon. The theatre stood on Cape May’s beachfront since September 1950, when it opened with Father of the Bride.