The 2013 Easter Fashion Stroll, sponsored by the City of Cape May, the Washington Street Mall Merchants and the Chamber of Commerce of Greater Cape May, prevailed even though light showers threatened to dampen the day mid-way through the judging. But both the judges and the participants braved on. Mayor Edward Mahaney, Jr. presided over… Read more »
Fifth grade students at Margaret Mace School dressed up as past U.S. Presidents Wednesday, Feb.13 and toured historic Congress Hall. They will also met “President and Mrs. Benjamin Harrison,” of the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC), who stopped by to give the students a tour and quick history lesson. The students will… Read more »
The Cape May Music Festival, presented by the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC), has been chosen “Favorite Music Festival” in the 2012 annual People’s Choice Awards administered by the Discover Jersey Arts program of ArtPride New Jersey. Now in its fifth year, the awards honor the work of arts organizations over the… Read more »
Going to a Cape May Brewery tasting is like going to a party.
Trip Adviser has released their Travelers’ Choice 2013 Top 25 B&Bs and Inns in the U.S. and our very own Albert Stevens Inn on Myrtle Avenue in West Cape May and The Mission Inn on New Jersey Avenue in Cape May ranked number five and number 25, respectively. One of the reasons cited for the… Read more »
Taylor Zeides, 14, of Ocean City, N.J., is the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC) Volunteer of the Month for January. MAC Chief Outreach Officer Mary Stewart nominated Zeides for her assistance this past fall. She is the youngest daughter of Melissa Zeides, MAC’s Chief Operating Officer, and she volunteers for MAC events… Read more »
Brush with Greatness Alert!
Pictured Here: Staff members at the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC) were in on the secret prior to Mike Wulster, 24, right, of South River, N.J., asking Michelle Gallagher, 23, left, of Staten Island, N.Y., to marry him. Shown here, after the proposal, the newly engaged couple celebrates the moment at the… Read more »
Veterans of that campaign were honored at the Mad Batter, Jackson Street, Wednesday, Dec. 5.
Congress Hall became a haven for families as it lit up Friday night for the holidays. Transforming into its own winter wonderland, Congress Hall was infused with holiday spirit and decorated from head to toe with Christmas trees, wreaths and garland. This year the Congress Hall Christmas tree was a 30-foot Blue Spruce Evergreen with… Read more »