It has been a long, cold, wet winter here in the Northeast and Cape May was particularly hard hit with record numbers of snow and rain, so we rejoice in presenting you with a touch of Spring and hope it puts a spring in your step. Photographs by Macy Zhelyazkova
Earth Day is 40 years old this April. And to celebrate, the Cape May Film Society is hosting a special Green Film Series and kicking it off with one of the best environmental film to come along in years.
It’s that time of the year to pick your favorite 2009 CapeMay.com pictures from our Picture of the Day Photo Gallery. We know from your comments and heart clicks that it is one of your favorite sections on the website and your responses were overwhelming. Thank you. Here’s the winners and don’t forget, all pictures are available for purchase.
April 12 Easter Stroll – Cape May Mayor Edward Mahaney brought the Easter Stroll back to the Washington Street Mall this year. The resu7lt was a wonderful turnout, despite heavy winds. May 16 opening of World War II Lookout Tower. Fire Control Tower No. 23 was part of the immense Harbor Defense of the Delaware… Read more »
She is one of Cape May’s best known celebrities, but few could tell you her real name. She is called The Parade Lady, famous for staging a colorful holiday tradition every December for the past 44 years.
“People back in those days, they looked out for each other, and it seemed like everybody had a dog and chickens too! Our teachers were dedicated. They were with kids after school. We were taught to play music, sing, dance. We did it all! The Grant Street area was where you had segregated beaches, but… Read more »
Since 1990, the weekends have attracted aspiring detectives ranging in all ages from the grizzled mystery bookworm, to the television detective fanatic, and even the studious, but curious, college student fascinated with the chance to use their problem-solving skills while experiencing the charm of Cape May.