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Bernie Haas

Bernie is the founder and president of Cape Publishing. He lives in Cape May.
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The ACME parking lot gets a facelift

During the downtime in Cape May due to COVID-19, the owners of the Victorian Commons, including the Acme Market, had the entire parking lot resurfaced. The work took place over three days including paint and new entrance finishing. The Acme remained open to serve the community throughout the resurfacing and repairs.

The Pier House reopens

The new Pier House Restaurant is unofficially open. The Andy family hosted an invitation-only celebration last night for scores of Cape May locals and a few special guests who joined in the preview opening. In the Greek tradition of breaking plates, Vasiliki Andy smashed one on the floor at the conclusion of the ceremony, symbolizing… Read more »

Mother’s Day brunch and dinner in Cape May

Celebrate Mother’s Day with brunch or dinner at the following Cape May restaurants. Reservations are strongly recommended where available. Aleathea’s at the Inn of Cape May – Beachfront for Mother’s Day Serving dinner from 4-8pm. For reservations, call 609-884-5555. Beach Plum Farm Brunch – Where better to usher in Mother’s Day than in this magical… Read more »

The new Rotary Park is taking shape

If you’re in Cape May, you’ve surely been watching as a totally revitalized park has been coming together between Lyle Lane and Lafayette Street. And you’re probably aware that the fountain started circulating water last week. Today the new Gazebo with it’s lighted crown was tightened into place. while workers positioned both flowering shrubs and… Read more »

Cape May’s 1st Annual Hops Festival

Hundreds of people gathered to celebrate the beginning of summer at the Physick Estate, with a perfect sunny day devoted to regional craft beers, rum tasting, spicey jambalaya, bacon-on-a-stick, super crepes, and the traditional food favorites, live music, crafts and collectibles and kids activities. Sponsored by Cape May’s Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities… Read more »