Eliza Lotozo lives in the house she grew up in. Nestled on West Cape May’s rural Stimpson Lane with its door’s-always-open feel and Bohemian eclecticism interior, the house reflects the free-spirited, art-based community here which has thrived for generations. As I entered her home, the topics I’d planned to discuss were swept away by the […]
This is Cape May
- Architectural Observations
- Brit's Eye View
- Featured Shop
- Road Tripping
- The Islander
A boutique shopping experience off Carpenter’s Lane.
Cicadas sing through the heat of the summer season.
Come with us on a journey to Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
Forecast is sunny with a chance of showers at night, but you won’t be needing an umbrella for these showers.
After innkeeping for 25 years in Cape May, her life remains a Happy Mess.
As I have got older in life, I have begun to realize just what an impact our history has on shaping how we act and think, even today in this era of information. Although America is a young country, it has quite a rich history in regard to birds. When I first arrived in 1985, […]
Though the look and feel—and, perhaps the hoagies—of Wawas along the East Coast have changed over time, the one that once stood at the gravitational center of town represented the original archetype of this east coast convenience store. Nevertheless, the building at 502 Bank Street now boasts a drastically different appearance compared to what previously […]