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Morgan Sacken


A Trip to the Cape May County Park & Zoo

It was a hot one. I had the AC blasting as I pulled up to the entrance of the Cape May County Zoo. I rolled my window down and was greeted by a friendly smile and a map of the zoo. I dropped $2 in the donation bucket, rolled my windows back up to soak… Read more »


The rise of reusable and paper straws in Cape May

It’s no secret that our environment has been going through some drastic changes. Staying up to date with the ever-growing and ever-improving reduce, reuse, and recycle can feel overwhelming. It can be difficult to truly limit your waste and plastic usage⁠—you are not alone! Chances are you have recently walked into a coffee shop or… Read more »


Mother’s Day in Cape May

Looking for a special way to celebrate the lovely ladies out there? Fret no more, we have some wonderful brunch and dinner suggestions that are sure to impress. This Mother’s Day show Mom how special she is by treating her to a lavish brunch at Hawk Haven Vineyard! Choose from one of two seating times… Read more »


A look inside the new jewelry store Trinkets on Carpenters Lane

Located on Carpenter’s Lane right next to the Cape May Peanut Butter Company, Trinkets Contemporary Jewelry Design and Repair is a trendy new jewelry store that is sure to be a hot spot this summer. Husband and wife owners Sherry and Paul McCord are loving this space, and have been in the jewelry business for… Read more »


What to do Easter weekend in Cape May

Our spring weather so far in Cape May has been a back and forth battle between chilling winds, low temperatures and the occasional temporary sunshine and warmth. While the weather may still be a bit unpredictable, we have some solid plans to help you have a great Easter weekend with your family! Easter Weekend Events… Read more »