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Hidden Valley Ranch Celebrates

Hidden Valley Ranch celebrated “We Are Over the Winter Hump” with a beef and beer benefit on Saturday, Feb. 26 at the Cape May VFW. The evening also included a 50/50, music, and an All You Can Eat buffet. All proceeds benefited the non-profit riding association. Hidden Valley will also be holding a Spring Festival… Read more »

2011 Oscar Party

The Cape May Film Festival hosted its annual Oscar Party right before the Oscars, Sunday February 27, at the Mad Batter Restaurant. Movie aficionados gathered for great food and pre-Oscar talk.

Rum Runners Ball – the Bees Knees

The Rum Runners Ball sponsored by the Cape May County Historical Society was held in the Ballroom of Congress Hall Saturday, Feb. 12. The event was peppered with Roaring 20s-style gentlemen in gangster attire as well as those the more formal tuxedo. Ladies were decked out in flapper dresses, complete with beads and hair plumes.… Read more »

Denise: A family affair

I have been visiting Cape May for over 15 years on family vacations and Christmas house tours. When Rich popped the question, we both knew our wedding had to be in Cape May.

Souperbowl

Souperbowl, the annual fundraiser for the Center for Community Art’s radio station WCFA, was held Friday, February 4, at the Fire Hall in West Cape May.

7th Annual Burns Supper

The 7th Annual Burns Supper was held at the Ugly Mug Thursday, January 27. Kilt-clad Scots and wannabe Scots gathered to enjoy a dish of haggis, both traditional and…Dare we say it?…vegetarian. For the meek at heart, commonly referred to as the English, a platter of fish-and-chips was also on the offering. Dancing and, of… Read more »

Can I Get a Witness Opening

On January 17th, Martin Luther King Day,the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts and Humanities held an opening reception for the new exhibit “Can I Get a Witness!” at the Carriage House on the grounds of the Emlen Physick Estate. The collection of artifacts, photos and documents reveals the history of the black church in the… Read more »

Cove Beach Replenishment

A $9 million state-funded beach replenishment project began this week. The project will pump 140,000 cubic yards of sand onto the severely eroded Cove Beach. The project initially was shot down by City Council in a 3-2 vote. Those opposed to the project objected to demands by the state’s Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) that… Read more »