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Painting the Town

The term “painted ladies of Cape May” might seem like a dig at someone who overdid the eyeshadow, but it definitely isn’t off-color when it

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The Beat Goes On

For anyone who knew George Mesterhazy, not a day goes by that we don’t think about this extraordinary man who left us too soon. It’s

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The horse you rode in on

Horses have always been among the most beloved of domesticated creatures. Regal, proud, majestic, as well as utilitarian, and possessed of distinct personalities and high

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Gone Surfin’

Surfing doesn’t just involve the ocean. Surfing embodies the soul. Waves crest and break, each one a breath from the ocean that surfers sit on

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The Ghosts of Congress Hall

Annie Knight, the owner and proprietor of Congress Hall strolls slowly down the building’s central, dark-paneled hallway, guiding guests and tourists through the two centuries

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Our Neon Neighbor

The Wildwoods dared to dream of the future back in the past, erecting the country’s collective hopes in blazing neon and pastel cinder blocks, all its angles sharp like a shark’s fin, and with a parking spot for every new, gigantic car underneath.

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Seeing Spots

Thanks to a pair of very productive snow leopards and their offspring (all seven of them!), the Cape May County Zoo has gained distinction beyond its county roots and won the acclaim of zoologists and animals lovers everywhere. The zoo is saying thanks with a new snow leopard habitat.

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A passion for the past

On a crisp fall morning, while exploring Cape May County’s richly colored trails and idyllic back roads, you might find yourself happening upon a small

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