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Pour the Wine…

The sea mist and its sheer curtain have lifted. There’s not a cloud in the sky and the sun begins its high ride. A breeze ripples from the bay to the harbor, and you can hear the whisper of the ocean rolling in at the cove.

Judging a quilt by its cover

Not many marriages are perfect, but one exception might be for the one between creativity and practicality. Among the offspring of this union, one of the most beloved is the American quilt.

The Boys of Summer

In 1932, the depression loomed heavily over Cape May. Bath houses, once popular, were becoming passé. So Steven J. Steger set up his own beach rental operation, and the rest is history.

Joe Crews

WWII Army Veteran and local personality Joe Crews died Memorial Day at the age of 91. Funeral services were held Monday, June 4.