Thank Your Lucky Stars By Chris Bakley In this changing world, sometimes it seems almost impossible to witness something extraordinary. Over the past year we have all had the opportunity to witness many astonishing events, from solar eclipses to meteors falling from the sky. I hope these columns have ignited the spark deep down inside…
The dwindling “off” season makes Cape May a (nearly) year-round destination. As recently as a couple of decades ago, Cape May was seen primarily as a summer destination. Like many New Jersey seashore communities, the proverbial sidewalks would roll up after the summer or maybe early fall and stay that way until the following spring….
It may well be that 450 million years of perfect evolutionary development will prove to be the horseshoe crab’s ultimate salvation—or be the very thing that leads to its downfall.
Take a journey through the history of the United States Postal Service in Cape May County.
Despite the celebration of Wesley Wofford’s larger-than-life sculpture of Harriet Tubman, his piece was never intended for public consumption. At least not at first.