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Mother’s Day in Cape May

Looking for a special way to celebrate the lovely ladies out there? Fret no more, we have some wonderful brunch and dinner suggestions that are sure to impress. This Mother’s Day show Mom how special she is by treating her to a lavish brunch at Hawk Haven Vineyard! Choose from one of two seating times… Read more »

A look inside the new jewelry store Trinkets on Carpenters Lane

Located on Carpenter’s Lane right next to the Cape May Peanut Butter Company, Trinkets Contemporary Jewelry Design and Repair is a trendy new jewelry store that is sure to be a hot spot this summer. Husband and wife owners Sherry and Paul McCord are loving this space, and have been in the jewelry business for… Read more »

What to do Easter weekend in Cape May

Our spring weather so far in Cape May has been a back and forth battle between chilling winds, low temperatures and the occasional temporary sunshine and warmth. While the weather may still be a bit unpredictable, we have some solid plans to help you have a great Easter weekend with your family! Easter Weekend Events… Read more »

Found treasure: A memorial washes up in Cape May

Cape May is a marvelous place filled with antique treasures and lots of history. Anyone who is lucky enough to live here year round, as well as those who travel to Cape May for annual vacations, will attest to the wonders of our beaches and architecture. Our creative team was lucky enough to stumble upon… Read more »

Rally to Save Our Seas held in Cape May

What if you hosted a rally and everyone showed up? There was a rally in Cape May yesterday. Officially called Rally to Save Our Seas, it was sponsored by the Cape May County Chamber of Commerce (spearheaded by its president, Vicki Clark), along with Clean Ocean Action and Surfrider Foundation South Jersey. The purpose of… Read more »