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Who’s New, Who’s Moved, Who’s Gone 2007

A walk about town is always interesting this time of the year – many merchants have relocated, others have moved on, and there are, as usual, a few new kids on the block. So, without further ado, let’s take a look at who’s new and who’s gone in 2007. Let’s begin with the Washington Street… Read more »

Cindy: A Short and Sweet Beach Wedding

Cindy & Michael asked to have our Love Cape May heart embroidered on beach chairs for their wedding (a talented embroiderer took care of that), and we ended up invited to the ceremony! On the beach next to the Cove pavilion, they set up the custom beach chairs for each guest, who entered to string music.… Read more »

Results for the Best of Cape May 2006

Every year, conducts an on-line survey of the  opinions of our readers about the best of Cape May.  The results from last month’s questionnaire are in.  And the winners are… Best Place to Stay B&B – Angel of the Sea Guest House – The Columbia House Hotel – Congress Hall Campground – Beachcomber Best… Read more »

Who’s New, Who’s Moved, Who’s Gone 2006

Another year has come and gone and we’re about to swing into full summer-time mode. Before we do, let’s take look at who’s new and who’s gone. The streetscape certainly changed on the Washington Street Mall this year with the departure of McDowell’s Gallery. The old bank building at the corner of the mall and… Read more »

Cape May Stage presents Project Encore: Rebuilding the theater

Groucho Marx once said – “Politics doesn’t make strange bedfellows – marriage does.” Well, at first glance, Cape May Stage’s ambitious renovation project makes the marriage of architectural restoration and the needs of a working theater look exactly like a couple of a really strange bedfellows. Phase One of Project Encore began on the circa… Read more »