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 »
Tell us your favorite pictures from 2009! We’ll tally up the votes and show you all the winners next month.
Stroll with us through the town of Cape May all dressed up in her holiday finest.
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.
A fall pictorial. Delight in these photographs and all the beauty that fall brings to our Island.
Because we live by the sea, Cape May is often slow to shake off winter and welcome spring, but once the changes begin, they are well worth the wait.
Have you wondered what Cape May looks like in the off-season? Wander around our snow-covered town with our winter pictorial.
Every year, we ask you to pick your favorites from our most popular feature, Picture of the Day. The votes came in, and here are the winning photographs from 2008.