Ah, a postcard from Cape May. Is there anything that makes you more jealous? Visitors to Cape May have been sending postcards for decades. Feast your eyes on these vintage postcards dating from 1908 to 1914.
The Center for Community Arts celebrated its 15th anniversary with a gala Saturday, September 25 at the Cape May Ferry Terminal. The group wined and dined to the music of the Edgardo Cinton Azuca Band. The evening capped with a silent and live art auction. Prizes were awarded for the best crystal accessory.
An American Redstart makes an unexpected stop aboard a fishing boat near Cape May. Photo & story shared with us by Susan and Steve Teitelman.
This year’s 2nd Annual Cape May Mermaid Guild Neptune Bachelor Auction (boy, is that a mouthful?) held Sunday, September 19 at the Rusty Nail was another rip roaring success – the Mermaids raised $15,000, at last count, all to go toward the Food Bank of New Jersey. And a good time was had by all.
This story originally ran in the July 2008 issue of Cape May Magazine. It is 1950, well, maybe ’51. The war is over and optimism abounds. Corsets have gone by the wayside, and designers are creating more revealing swimsuits that hide faults in a woman’s shape. They achieve this by adding stretch-tummy control panels to hold… Read more »