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Unquestionable Beach Belief

Sometimes finding the inspiration to write is difficult. Writers often live in a perpetual state of writer’s block. I know I do, and the last few days and weeks have been no exception. But as I sit on my screened in porch at my home in Virginia, the 80 degree weather and accompaniment of the… Read more »

Marvin Hume

Since being wounded in The Battle of Saipan during World War II, Marvin Hume has been eligible for the prestigious Purple Heart, a military decoration which he refuses to this day.

Hot Dog Tommy

The space at Hot Dog Tommy’s may seem small as you get handed your Black Russian or Carrot Dog, but it’s just the right size for this freewheelin’ pair.

The Bread Lady

Her name is Elizabeth Degener. Her father calls her Biz. Her friends call her Liz. But to all who queue up on a Saturday or Sunday morning along Sunset Boulevard, she is simply known as The Bread lady.

A trip to the zoo

The Cape May County Zoo is open year-round, sits on 85 acres of land, houses 550 animals, representing 250 different species, and the best part? It’s absolutely FREE! (Though donations are greatly appreciated.)

Oopa! for George’s Place

George’s Place is a small 10-table Greek restaurant in Cape May that looks like a diner during the day and feels like a taverna at night. “Oopa!”– Greek for “Cheers” – is spoken here.