He has been named “The Master of Disaster” and “Katrina’s Point Man.” U.S. News & World Report lists him among the top 20 leaders of
For brainless, primitive bivalve mollusks, Atlantic sea scallops lead pretty interesting lives. The deceptively simple organisms live in vast beds along the ocean floor. Tucked
How the MidAtlantic Fishing Tournament Impacts the Bottom Line
Wreck Diving Off Cape May’s Coast
For half a century, South Cape May was the summer retreat of working-class families, tourists and titans of industry. By the early 1950s, most of the town had washed out to sea. But for one early resident, the memories linger on.
A Famous Surgeon, a Marital Scandal, a Live Branch, and a Ghost
Even the Boss couldn’t save the Beach Theatre. Ten years ago, in the midst of a campaign by an ad hoc group of Cape May
In 2013 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, I started believing in fate because of a batch of oysters.
Outfitted with soft beds instead of seats, a bright red van makes its way south on the Garden State Parkway. A joyful summertime journey made
With the opening of a new farm-based distillery in Cape May, the region is catching the first wave of a growing trend toward small-batch spirits.
Less than a year after Superstorm Sandy slammed into the New Jersey coast in 2012, wreaking $50 billion in destruction across the New York-New Jersey
At the end of the 19th century, Cape May Point was a thriving little community established as a religious retreat by prominent ministers and businessmen.
They’re the hardest-working canines in town.
So, you want to get married in Cape May, do you? That’s an excellent notion. The quaint beauty and charms of America’s oldest seaside resort
A year ago, Ron Goldstein, then president of Cape May’s Chamber of Commerce, knew little about Stephen Smith and the summer home he built on
The first sign that something unusual was happening on a freezing day in late January, deep into Cape May’s off season, was that there was
You’ve probably walked past the unimposing pale yellow house at 645 Lafayette Street many times, and perhaps you read the historical marker out front—the one
It could all happen pretty quickly. Believe it or not, by as early as summer of next year, a fleet of ships dragging arrays of
On an ordinary afternoon in March, Cape May resident Linda Portewig was standing outside with her son when she witnessed a fierce battle suddenly erupt
Many people have seen the movie Twelve Years a Slave, the true story of a free black man from New York, lured to Washington, D.C.