Like any city, Cape May has its fixtures. And one of them, Cheeks, which stood at 101 Ocean Street across from the Queen Victoria, has closed its doors after 35 years. The clothing store first opened shop in 1983 and evolved into a source for flax clothing. “It has been our greatest joy to serve… Read more »
Will you be in Cape May this Valentine’s Day? Here’s our guide to what’s happening this year.
One morning, my wife asked if I would like to attend a chocolate tasting. Well, being a sweets addict and chocolate lover, there was no way i was passing up the opportunity to satisfy my addiction. We arrived at the Blue Rose Inn on Washington Street and, to my surprise, it was a full house.… Read more »
There are two big changes on the Washington Street Mall that we want to let you know about.
The Chamber of Commerce of Greater Cape May held their annual Light Up Cape May contest to determine the best-decorated houses and businesses this holiday season. Awards will be given at the Chamber Social Tuesday, Dec 12th at Elaines Restaurant. Here are this year’s winners: Business Window 1. Spirit Catcher Photography 2. Fralingers 3. Delaneys… Read more »
Here is just a sampling of the floats and bands that marched in the West Cape May Christmas parade this year. The parade included everything from the U. S. Coast Guard band to local hero and baseball star Matt Czszur of the San Diego Padres. Dozens of fire fighting units were peppered in with floats… Read more »
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 »
Will you be with us in Cape May this Thanksgiving? Leave the cooking to someone else and make reservations at one of these local favorites. Sit-down dinners Aleathea’s at the Inn of Cape May is serving up whole turkeys tableside as well as a holiday a la carte menu. For reservations, call 800-582-5933. The Blue… 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 »