Text by Joyce Cabots Newbegin. Photographs appear courtesy of the author. Originally published in the August 2008 issue of Cape May Magazine. Some consider the exciting send-off – The Fourth of July – as the highlight of the summer vacation season. To others, especially members of the Cape May Cottagers’ Association, it remained Labor Day weekend.… Read more »
The 10th Annual Cape May Film Festival, held at the Chalfonte Hotel this year, honored Jersey Boy and HBO “Sopranos” co-star Vincent Pastore at a reception Saturday night. Pastore, who played the character “Big Pussy” on the “Sopranos” was the recipient of the first Robert Prosky Character Actor Award, named after one of Cape May’s… Read more »
Sunday afternoon was perfect for Cape May City’s annual Halloween parade. Check out the awesome costumes below.
The winner of Our Lady Star of the Sea’s car raffle was announced at the conclusion of Victorian’s weekend. The winner is Jeanette Mariani from Peckville, PA. Congrats, Jeanette!
As leaves start to change colors and fall, colorful decorations start to pop up around town. We captured a few on film. Take a look!
Cape May, NJ – Cape May Stage, a professional South Jersey Equity theatre company, is honoring actors Lynn and Ron Cohen at the annual NJ Theatre Alliance Applause Awards this year at the Bickford Theatre in Morristown, NJ on October 18, 2010. Lynn and Ron Cohen have chosen Cape May Stage as their artistic home… Read more »
Although rain dampened the second day of Cape Island’s very first Renaissance Fest, Saturday, October 2nd was a wonderful start to what looks to be an annual event. Started by Access to Art’s Barbara Beitel, the fest was held on the grounds of Barbara Bray Wilde’s Willow Creek Winery on Stevens Road in West Cape… Read more »
Bargain hunters came out in droves for this year’s Fall Washington Street Mall Sidewalk Sale. Among the bargain hunters were visitors here for the annual New Jersey Firemen’s Convention held in Wildwood.
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.