Forecasts called for a lot of wind and rain from Tropical Storm Hermine, but apart from some breeze and a bit of rain Saturday morning, our area was largely spared of damage and we enjoyed a warm, sunny Labor Day Weekend. Our guest photographer Laura Thistle took these images of the waves and some beach… Read more »
Every August, we ask you to vote on your favorite businesses in the Best of Cape May. We had a record-breaking number of votes this year and spent two days tallying the results. Without further ado, here are your 2016 winners:
If you’re in Cape May, you’ve surely been watching as a totally revitalized park has been coming together between Lyle Lane and Lafayette Street. And you’re probably aware that the fountain started circulating water last week. Today the new Gazebo with it’s lighted crown was tightened into place. while workers positioned both flowering shrubs and… Read more »
Why seeing JAWS on the beach is the best movie-going experience (outside of seeing a Star Wars premiere)
Al Conly demonstrates how to load and operate a Brown Bess musket. You can see this musket demonstration in person at the Colonial House, 653 ½ Washington Street, from 1-4pm on Wednesdays in July.