The Cape May Seashore Lines’ train is totally cute… and you should ride it. You should take the train in the rain. You should take train if you have kids. You should take the train if you live here. You should take the train if you live over there somewhere. Oh? You want to know… Read more »
Maybe you’re wondering who’s responsible for bringing the United States Lifeguard Association Championships (USLA) to Cape May for a fourth time. Or, maybe you’re wondering who’s behind the Cape May Beach Patrol bringing wheelchairs to the beach so the handicapped can enjoy the sun, sand and water. Or maybe you’re wondering just who it is that organizes all those lifeguards and makes sure the ocean you’re bathing in is safe.
“Car free / Care free” is the motto of a recent map published by the “West Cape May Citizens for Good Government.” Published in an effort to encourage visitors and residents to park their cars and leave them parked, the map is available at the Visitor and Transportation Center of Cape May at Lafayette Street… Read more »
What do you do with your family on weekends? Civil War re-enactors take their families– and the rest of us — back in time. Historic Cold Spring Village (HCSV) recently played host to the Confederate re-enactors of Company E, the 17th Virginia Volunteer Infantry and Battery A., 1st North Carolina Artillery. When I went to… Read more »
What do you do with your family on weekends? Civil War re-enactors take their families– and the rest of us — back in time.
My date and I spent a rainy Saturday night in June hitting some of the bars in Cape May that we think single people looking for a good time should try out. We were on foot, so we focused our attention on a few that are found on and around Beach Ave. Our trek started… Read more »
“We’re still here.” Scott Abendschein said with a smile. This year Godmothers Restaurant begins a ninth season under the direction and ownership of Scott and Kathy Abendschein. Ten years ago, the Abendscheins enjoyed a successful catering business on the Main Line in Pennsylvania. But since everything they did was “off-site,” they felt a need for… Read more »
Chef Paul Negro of Tisha’s Restaurant was a mechanic restoring Porches in South Philadelphia when his mother, Tisha, a graduate of the Restaurant School in Philadelphia, said “You should be a chef. That’s how I see you.” Move to the shore with me. We’ll open up a breakfast place and we’ll be partners. I was… Read more »
Founded in 1929, the Cape May Art League (CMAL) is the oldest county art league in the United States. After frequent attempts, artists both current and past – some long past – have finally found a venue, easily accessible to the public, where they can meet and show their work.
Vicki Watson didn’t want to be a restaurateur. She already had a successful law career in Manhattan when her father, owner of Watson’s Merion Inn, died in 1992. As executrix of Warren Watson’s will she tried to abide by his wishes and sell The Merion Inn but the restaurant was losing so much money by… Read more »