The Annual Mutt Strut was held on the Promenade Saturday, Sept. 17. Proceeds from the event go toward Animal Outreach of Cape May County, Inc. If you see your Mutt at the Strut, let us know so we can put a name to his/her mug.
Cape May’s new Convention Hall is beginning to shape up. City Manager Bruce MacLeod says the project is on target for its May 2012 opening.
Although storm clouds threatened and eventually brought the event to a sudden halt, Cape May City’s 9/11 10th Anniversary Remembrance completed its ceremony with, as Cape May Mayor Edward Mahaney remarked, a much larger than usual crowd in attendance. The event included music from the Cape Harmonaires as well as remarks from Mayor Mahaney, West… Read more »
Every year for seven years, we’ve asked our readers for their opinions on everything Cape May has to offer, from the best restaurants to the best place to grab a martini, and everything in between. Here are this year’s winners and runners up: Best Bed & Breakfast: The Queen Victoria Runner Up: The Carroll Villa… Read more »
Cape May was spared the destruction that Hurricane Irene caused other communities along the East Coast. We have received many phone calls, e-mails, and Facebook inquiries from people all over the country wondering what Cape May’s beaches look like post-hurricane. Well, see for yourself!
Even with the humblest of foods, the sandwich, the quality of the ingredients matters. Recipes for Grilled Herbed Goat Cheese on Brioche with Homemade Tomato Jam; Fig and Gorgonzola Panini; Farmhouse Cheddar on Sourdough
This month’s good read recommendation: Emily and Einstein by Linda Francis Lee It may be September, and we may be putting up the fall decorations of pumpkins, goblins, and turkeys, but believe me when I tell you that there is still a lot of great beach time left for you to share with your dog(s)! The… Read more »
The fall is when we start thinking about back to school, back to work after vacations, and the changing seasons and upcoming holidays. Those of us who love the paranormal also start thinking about ghosts and hauntings. However, Halloween is not the exclusive haunting season for ghosts. Ghosts exist right along with the living year… Read more »
Before Hurricane Irene made landfall early Sunday morning, city officials were busy removing the benches from the Promenade and the Washington Street Mall. Merchants hustled to buy the last roll of duct tape and to the lumber yard to buy the last plank of ply board to board-up their storefronts. But first thing Monday morning,… Read more »
Cape May is open and ready for business. We were REALLY lucky folks. Other than a couple of trees coming down, we’ve suffered through much worse Nor’easters. For those of you who were vacationing last week and had to evacuate – thanks for doing so with such grace and come on back. We’d love to… Read more »