You most likely know the Mad Batter Restaurant on Jackson Street. You might not know that the restaurant was founded in 1978 by a man named Harry Kulkowitz and that it completely changed Cape May’s restaurant scene. Harry, who was born in 1924, passed away in August at the age of 92. A WWII… Read more »
A small crowd and two news cameras watched the Marine Mammal Stranding Center (MMSC) release two turtles this morning at Cape May Point State Park. King Tide, a Kemp’s ridley sea turtle, had been rehabilitated by the New England Aquarium in Boston since his rescue in Cape Cod last December. He is their last release… Read more »
The Best of Cape May is CapeMay.com’s annual survey, when we ask you to tell us what businesses you think deserve the title “Best of Cape May.” It took us over two days to crawl through the responses, but we have determined a winner and runner-up for every category in this year’s Best of Cape… Read more »
On August 21, a solar eclipse will be visible across all of North America. For those in the path of totality, it will be a total solar eclipse. Cape May isn’t in that path, but you can still enjoy a partial solar eclipse (if the clouds are willing) if you’ll be here during this event.… Read more »
Congress Hall’s new play Into the Third Century is Cape May’s answer to the Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue.
Visitors to Cape May for the 4th of July won’t be able to climb the lighthouse or visit the WWII lookout tower unless the State of New Jersey lifts their closure of all state non-essential operations, which includes beaches, forests, and historic sites. The closures are due to a stalemate over the Fiscal Year 2018… Read more »
It’s June, which means it’s time for CapeMay.com’s 13th annual roundup of the changes our town has gone through in the last year or so. Here’s who’s new, who’s moved, and who’s gone in 2017.
Aleathea’s at the Inn of Cape May – Beachfront Brunch for Mother’s Day from 11:30am to 3pm. For reservations, call 609-884-5555. Beach Plum Farm – Radishes, leeks, asparagus and fresh lettuces are popping up everywhere as the farm comes to life with the arrival of spring. Where better to usher in Mother’s Day than in… Read more »
If you’ll be with us in Cape May for the Easter weekend, there are daily activities to keep the kids busy—you won’t even have to give up the annual egg hunt. Plus, we have the roundup of who’s serving Easter brunch and dinner. Easter Weekend Events All weekend Spring Break at Congress Hall, featuring The… Read more »
We woke yesterday to unexpected snow in Cape May! It’s since melted, but we took these pictures for you.