Victorian Towers, at the corner of Washington and Ocean streets, is receiving some TLC! In addition to new windows, the building is being re-sided with new trim. Victorian Towers was constructed as part of the $3.2 million, 77-acre Victorian Village Urban Renewal Project approved in 1965. Over 100 properties were demolished in order to create… Read more »
Exit 0, an upcoming suspense thriller starring Gabe Fazio and Augie Duke, recently filmed at the Doctor’s Inn B&B in Cape May Court House and various locations around Cape May. We caught up with writer, director, producer E.B. Hughes and got the scoop on the film, what role Cape May played in the production, and… Read more »
The Cape May Brewing Co. is releasing Always Ready, a northeast pale ale brewed in honor of the U.S. Coast Guard.
This is the season of giving, but that doesn’t just mean gifts for friends and family—it can also mean giving back to the community. Here are five local businesses who are making a difference this holiday season. Tomorrow night, November 18, The Mid Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities will be collecting canned goods… Read more »
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 »
Photographs from the Exit Zero International Jazz Festival, held November 8-10, 2013.
Enjoy the sights of Cape May in summer!
Although it seems to be slow in arriving, spring is in the air and the photographers at CapeMay.com have been out and about to record the blooming of our island.
In February, Cape May Magazine held its first photo contest, and the winners are published in the Spring 2013 issue. But we thought it would be fun to share our staff favorites with you here on CapeMay.com.