So what do the locals do once Labor Day is over and October has set in? Like those hobbit creatures of mythological lure, we creep out when few eyes are upon us to take advantage of a deserted beach, a quiet country road and take note of the scenes of fall that locals and tourists… Read more »
Cape May’s 132-year-old Grande Dame has been sold. The venerable Chalfonte Hotel on Howard Street, known for its wrap-around porches and Southern comfort, has changed hands, but fear not, it has not gone into the hands of strangers. Bob Mullock, longtime Cape May resident and owner of Cape May National Golf Club, became the hotel’s… Read more »
Have you been with us since the beginning? Join us as we remember the good ol’ days when CapeMay.com was produced in a broom closet.
Last month, we asked you to vote on your favorites in Cape May, from beaches to brunch, in our annual Best of Cape May survey. These are this year’s winners, as voted by you, the readers of CapeMay.com. The Best Places to Stay Best B&B The Queen Victoria Best Guest House The Columbia House Best… Read more »
By all accounts, Monday, March 5, 1962 looked like nothing unusual would occur in Cape May. The forecast called for cloudy skies and a chance of rain. But two storms, a new moon, and a spring equinox formed to create a colossal three day assault of winds averaging 55 knots, and 25 to 35 foot… Read more »