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A sprightly sheet full of the sprays of the old ocean ¯ Wednesday, March 9, 2011 ¯ Vol. 9, No. 5 ¯ Cape May, America’s Original Seaside Resort

An Adorable Harbor Seal On First Avenue Beach

This seal was escaping the frigid waters and warming up on the beach this past Sunday. For the whole story, see Ramblings From The Editors on page 13. Nancy Campbell


It’s The Whisky Issue!

Meet Dan Oliver From The C-View

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‘Kids Can’ Expo At CM Elementary

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Cape May Winery’s Case Club Party

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The Almanac thursdAY March 10 Showers


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High Temperature: 52 Low Temperature: 39 Chance of Rain: 80% Sunrise: 6:19am Sunset: 6:01pm High Tides: 11:03am, 11:24pm Low Tides: 4:59am, 4:50pm

friDAY March 11 Some showers


High Temperature: 47 Low Temperature: 36 Chance of Rain: 30% Sunrise: 6:17am Sunset: 6:02pm High Tides: 11:47am Low Tides: 5:47am, 5:36pm

SaturDAY March 12 Partly sunny


High Temperature: 52 Low Temperature: 38 Chance of Rain: 10% Sunrise: 6:16am Sunset: 6:03pm High Tides: 12:14am, 12:43pm Low Tides: 6:45am, 6:32pm

sunDAY March 13 Sunny


High Temperature: 49 Low Temperature: 33 Chance of Rain: 0% Sunrise: 7:14am Sunset: 7:04pm High Tides: 1:16am, 2:53pm Low Tides: 8:51am, 8:39pm

monDAY March 14 Sunny


High Temperature: 46 Low Temperature: 37 Chance of Rain: 0% Sunrise: 7:13am Sunset: 7:05pm High Tides: 3:26am, 4:07pm Low Tides: 9:57am, 9:49pm

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Inside This Issue «The Coffee Break Page................. Page 12 «Ramblings from the Editor...........Page 13 «Food & Drink Guide.................... Page 21 «The Contest Page......................... Page 24 «Employee of the Week................. Page 27 «Gift Certificate Giveaway............ Page 30 « The Old Fogey............................. Page 41 « Customer Service..........................Page 45 «Must Haves................................. Page 47 «The Answer Lady........................ Page 49

« The Shopping Guide................... Page 51 «Cape May Crossword.................. Page 56 «Health & Beauty Guide................ Page 60 «Activity of the Week.................... Page 63 «Adopt An Animal.........................Page 66 « Bird Droppings .......................... Page 71 «The Movie Column....................... Page 75 «The Dating Column..................... Page 83 «Homes of the Week...................... Page 85 «About Exit Zero........................... Page 87

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2/25: Gregg Coffey’s Big 39th Birthday At The C-View

Jim, Gregg, Toni, Bob

Gregg, Toni

photographS by aleksey moryakov... TO ORDER COPIES, PLEASE CALL (609) 770-8479


r Out Ou Check eakfast!! y Br Sunda

Critic’s Choice “BEST LUNCH” - NJ Monthly

Serving Lunch & Dinner Daily from 11am Sunday Breakfast from 9am

Lunch • Dinner Thin Crust Brick-Oven Pizza

1200 Route 109 South, Cape May (609) 884-BONE (2663)

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WEDNESDAY SPECIAL march 9 ONLY Fried SHRIMP PLATTER ...... $5.95 each

Lindsey Harner, Ashley Patten, Andrea Bispels

Served with French fries or baked potato & coleslaw

FISH MARKET SPECIALS fri., march 11 tHRU sun., march 13

seafood gumbo ......................... $5.50 pint


friday, March 11 & sat., March 12 hot combo Appetizer Special ........................... $7.95 2 BBQ Clams, 2 Clams Casino, 2 Oysters Rockefeller Fried OYSTER PLATTER ................................................ $9.95 Served with Mac & Cheese and Stewed Tomatoes. Broiled stuffed flounder topped with shrimp PLATTER ........................... $9.95 Served with baked potato or French fries and coleslaw.

Sam Bender, Bella Lotozo, Alice Bur

BUY ONE GET ONE FREE SUNDAY, march 13 Fried or Broiled SEAFOOD COMBO ........................ $12.95 Shrimp, scallops, filet of fish & deviled clam Served with French fries or baked potato & cole slaw.

Fisherman’s Wharf ª Cape May

609-884-3064 Call Ahead & We’ll HaveIt Waiting For You! Ryan Barry, Nick Avicolli, Jack Weber

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Try Our $10.99 Entree Menu! Wednesday, March 9

Friday, March 11

Karaoke w/ Jimmy J

Stellar Mojo

Saturday, March 12

Tuesday, March 15

Bigg Romeo

DJ Jon K $2 Miller Lites

St. Patrick’s Day - Thursday, March 17 5 Hour Jones Live! Green Beer Specials - Guinness - Car Bombs - Irish Whiskey - Irish Fare

Always the BEST St. Patrick’s Day Party in town!


(609) 884-3459

426 Washington Street Mall, Cape May

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Ryan Barry, Maggie Chase

George and Pat Taylor

Lauren, Katie

photographS by aleksey moryakov... TO ORDER COPIES, PLEASE CALL (609) 770-8479

C-View Inn Cape May’s Oldest & Friendliest Tavern

Mondays - Rib DAY 1/2 Rack - $8.50 All Day Long Tuesdays - TAVERN PIZZA & TACO DAY $3.50 Small Pizzas $5.50 Large Pizzas $1 Tacos Wednesdays our famous wing night! starting at 3pm

BEST WINGS IN SOUTH JERSEY Take-Out Package Goods Daily Specials 8 Flat Screen TVs happy hour Mon - Tues - Thurs - Fri 3-5pm $2 Domestics $3 Well Drinks

Best Wings & Great Specials 

Corner of Texas Ave. & Washington St., Cape May • 884-4712

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Book Your 2011 Private Party! Wedding Receptions Rehearsal Dinners Birthdays Baby & Bridal Showers Any Special Occasion

Amanda Mokoena, Hazel Gonzalez

Opening in April Reserve Now for Easter Brunch! Gift Certificates Available Beach Avenue & Howard Street at the Hotel Macomber

(609) 884 8811

Andrea Bispels, Ashley Patten, Kyra Adams, Lindsey Harner, Heather Bailey

Caitlin, Pamela, Caleigh

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re-Opening april 1

Serving Dinner from 5pm Friday and Saturday

The Originals

Reserve Your Private Party for 2011 Rehearsal Dinners Reunions Baby Showers Bridal Showers Any Special Occasion

Sam, Brandie, Chris, Caitlin, Heather

Reservations: (609) 898-9800 301 Washington Street Mall, Cape May, Corner of Washington & Perry Street

Veronica Holmes, Sara Crossan, John Gallego

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Kyra Adams, Veronica Holmes

Noah Gomersall, John

Hamilton, Maggie Chase

PHOTOGRAPHS BY Aleksey Moryakov... TO ORDER COPIES, PLEASE CALL (609) 770-8479

• Win Prizes In Our Luck of the Irish Scavenger Hunt • Avalon Police Bagpipe Brigade • $5 Jameson Shots & Mickey Finn Martinis • $3 Guinness Pints • Guinness Irish Stew Dinner Special • DJ Mikey D BEACH BAR AND GRILL At the corner of Beach Ave. & Decatur Street

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We Are Open During the Elmira Street Construction!

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½ sandwich and cup of Depot soup combo!

hours of operation Monday-Saturday 7am-5pm closed Sundays (for now) Check us out on facebook or call 609-884-8030 for our daily specials featuring The Depot’s popular homemade soups, salad selections, house roasted meats and local seafood specials Talk to us about planning your next catered event!

Sara Crossan, Bryce Onorato

Eat In or Take Out • Catering for Any Event! 409 Elmira Street, Cape May (Next to the Train Station) • 609-884-8030

Dinner from 5pm • Thursday thru Sunday

upcoming chef demos Matt Zappoli - Friday, March 11 • 6:30pm Exec chef/owner “tre amici restaurant” 2010 Chopped Champion

Katie Kincade, Adam Hewitt, Jenn Hickhock

Rocky Fino - Thursday, March 31 • 6:30pm Author of Will Cook for Sex Again, Again & Again Dave Martin of Top Chef Friday, April 8 • 6:30pm Chef Demos are $40 per person Reserve Early - Space is Limited!

416 Broadway, West Cape May6609-898-1555

Alexandra Adams, Amanda Makoena, Hazel Gonzalez

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Authentic Italian Cuisine

Seafood & Fine Dining New York Strip Steak • Filet Mignon • Veal Cutlet • Center Cut Pork Chops

Caleigh, Pam, Caitlin PRIME RIB SPECIAL Saturday & Sunday

Early Birds Sun. - Fri. 3:30-5:30pm

3704 Bayshore Road, North Cape May Cape Plaza Shopping Center • 889-6610

at 7 ocean Chris, Caitlin, Sarah, Margaret, Alise, Bradie

Coming this season... 5:00 Seating for AARP members $10-$12 Daily Special... Just bring your card!

Opening for Singer Songwriter Weekend Friday, March 25 - Dinner starting at 5pm Saturday, March 26 - Breakfast from 8 to 12 Dinner starting at 5pm Sunday, March 27 - Breakfast from 8 to 12. opening daily for the season friday, april 1 at 5pm Andrea Bispels, Ashley Patten, Heather Bailey, Lindsey Harner

7 Ocean Street at the Inn of Cape May 609-884-5555

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The Police Blotter

davenport, FL: Millionaire dentist Richard Ludwig found a credit card in the parking lot of a grocery store and used it to buy two pizzas... rather than dip into his considerable fortunes. He was arrested by police while waiting for the pizzas to finish cooking.

Classic Quotations Cape May County Historical Museum

A Story From The Past Giving money and power to government is like giving whiskey and car keys to teenage boys. – PJ O’Rourke I’m a simple man. All I want is enough sleep for two normal men, enough whiskey for three, and enough women for four. – Joel Rosenberg Whiskey is by far the most popular of all remedies that won’t cure a cold. – Jerry Vale Always carry a flagon of whiskey in case of snakebite and furthermore always carry a small snake. – WC Fields I like my whisky old and my women young. – Woody Allen No married man is genuinely happy if he has to drink worse whisky than he used to drink when he was single. – HL Mencken

The Bethlehem Steel Corporation maintained a testing facility for weapons and explosives on Higbee Beach. They had agreements to produce shells and other weaponry for a handful of nations, including the US. Once a particular group of shells were ready to be tested, a special train would bring the munitions to Cape May. The shell or other explosive to be tested would be loaded onto a rail car and pulled onto the beach, where it would be detonated. – Ben Miller

Facebook Mystery Contest

Weird Word Of The Week

Aberfeldy, Auchentoshan, Bruichladdich, Bunnahabhain, Craigellachie, Edradour, Glenkinchie, Knockando, Laphroaig, Tandhu, Tamnavulin, Teaninich, and Tullibardine are all brands of Scottish singlemalt whisky.

KNOW your way around Cape May? Think of yourself as the observant type? Feast your eyes on the photograph above, prepared by our resident cryptographer Dan Mathers. If you think you know where this concert is being held, then you have a chance to win a $50 gift certificate to spend at a local business. Go to the Exit Zero Facebook page before Monday for a full-size, full-color photo and instructions on how to enter – follow the instructions carefully. And, don’t worry if you have never used Facebook before – it’s easy! Just ask your six-yearold nephew. To enter, look for the mystery photo at Good luck!

Random Fact Of The Week

The word whisky was shortened from usquebaugh, a word borrowed from Irish and Scottish languages, meaning “water of life.” Although there are exceptions to the rule, “whiskey” usually refers to American and Irish brands, and “whisky” to Scottish and Canadian.

Fortune Cookie Of The Week J Things turn out best for people who make the best of the way things turn out. J Once a week, the folks at Exit Zero eat at Cape Orient, the island’s fine Asian restaurant. Sometimes we find pearls of wisdom at the end of our meal. And sometimes we don’t. The above fortune cookie was eaten with the chicken and vegetables in peanut sauce. Please note: Any typos are not ours, but those of the fortune cookie manufacturers. We print them as we find them.

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Ramblings From The Editors


Ideas, idle gossip and occasionally important odds ’n’ ends

s you might have gathered from the cover, a seal found its way onto the beaches of Cape May this weekend. The harbor seal was spotted lying above the shoreline on First Avenue beach, where a small group of people, including Nancy Campbell, gathered and snapped some pictures. According to Nancy, some of the onlookers were under the impression that the seal was “beached” and thought it was in need of some help. One gentleman made his way toward the ocean, clapping his hands. Nancy said it seemed that the seal followed the man’s clapping and returned to the ocean. Although our knowledge of seals is limited to National Geographic magazine and our collection of Planet Earth DVDs, there seemed something odd about the idea of a seal “beached” – like a whale or dolphin might. After all, there is plenty of footage of seals frolicking about in the sand before they take to the surf and are beset by Killer Whales. We called the Marine Mammal Stranding Center in Brigantine, NJ and talked to their director, Bob Schoelkopf. Bob says it’s not rare to find seals on Jersey beaches. In fact, there is a colony of up to 180 harbor seals residing in an undisclosed beach along the Jersey coast. So, what should people do the next time they see a seal sitting on the beach? “Leave them alone and stay at least 50 feet away – don’t bring them food, don’t try to touch them and don’t try to lead them to the water,” warned Bob. “If they look like they might need help, call our 24-hour hotline at 609-266-0538.” What’s more, Bob says that the man

who came close to the animal and started clapping was in violation of the Marine Mammal Protection Act and could have faced a $25,000 fine and up to two years in prison. “He didn’t guide it to the water – he scared it away.” Calling all chili connoisseurs: this Saturday, March 12 marks the Cape May Chili and Chowder Challenge, where local chefs and home-style cooks will compete for bragging rights, trophies and prizes. The event will be held in Congress Hall’s Grand Ballroom, and for just $5 you can sample the finest chili and chowder around. Guests are invited to vote for the best chili in both categories, and celebrity judges Dan Skeldon and Dan Carrigan from NBC 40 will be on hand to provide their professional opinion (they’re not food critics, but they sure are photogenic). This event runs from 1-5pm, and proceeds from ticket sales will benefit Cape May food banks. If you think your chili has what it takes to burn the competition, contact Doreen Talley at 609-884-5508 to enter the running.

You may notice an increase in the number of shaven heads in Cape May after March 22, but it’s no fashion trend. Lower Cape May Regional High School teachers, staff and students are having their St Baldrick’s fundraiser: each shaved head raises money for childhood cancer research. Teacher TJ Belasco informed us that a total of 13 teachers and staff members and 20 students will shave their heads on March 22 in solidarity with cancer-stricken kids. Last year’s event raised over $12,000, and Belasco is optimistic about surpassing their $5,000 goal this year. “The great thing about St Baldrick’s is that every single penny goes to research,” TJ tells us. “We also want to drive home the idea of helping others. It’s one thing to teach our kids to be better students, but you really want to teach them to be better people.” Looking to help out? You can send a check, made payable to St Baldrick’s Foundation, to LCMR High School, 687 Route 9, Cape May, attention Mr Belasco. Whether you’re a musician or just a groupie, don’t miss this year’s Annual Cape May Singer-Songwriter Festival on March 25 and 26. It will be held in Congress Hall and live music venues throughout town. For musicians, the conference includes two afternoons of music business panels, workshops and musical keynotes by Lucy Kaplansky and Pat DiNizio. We here at Exit Zero can’t recommend this festival enough. You’ll hear performances by Michelle Dawn Mooney’s Band, Toy Soldiers and over 16 other performers at this weekend celebration of the best musicians around. For more information, visit and consult our upcoming issues for preview columns by Phil Broder.

dinner - Friday & Saturday from 5pm Breakfast & lunch Saturday and Sunday • 8am-3pm Breakfast Monday - Friday • 8:30-11:30am


Japanese • Sushi • Chinese • Thai Cuisine

Friday, March 11 Geno White

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK YEAR ROUND Lunch • Dinner • Take-Out • Catering 315 Ocean Street, Washington Commons Mall (609) 898-0088 •

Saturday, March 12 Amy Hufana & Jim Doran


19 Jackson Street, Cape May 884-5970 •

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Seaside Cheese Co.

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St. Patrick’s Day

Don’t Forget to get your Irish Cheeses for your party! Pat and George Taylor, Meaghan, Caitlin, Timothy and Terry Joyce


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Pat Taylor, Andrea Bispels, Meaghan and Terry Joyce

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Brendan aka DJ Crash

Sean Donnelly, Dave Dimperio

Sam Bender, Jack Weber, Maggie Chase

PHOTOGRAPHS BY Aleksey Moryakov... TO ORDER COPIES, PLEASE CALL (609) 770-8479

Come dine with us at the NEW Peter Shields Inn & Restuarant. Serving dinner every evening.

1301 Beach Avenue • Cape May, NJ • 609.884.9090 • Exit0_PSI_2-2011.indd 1

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A Few Pictures That Our Readers Have Sent To Us photographS by our lovely readers

Tasting Room - Open Daily 12-5pm Winery Tours - Saturdays at 3pm Merlot • Syrah • Blush Chardonnay • Port • Blush Pinot Noir • Apple • Red Reserve Gift Certificates and Gift Baskets

Erica Leaver and Michael Klinger are engaged

Marilyn, Megan and Larry Reed in Pass-A-Grille Beach, Florida

(609) 884-1169

711 Townbank Road, North Cape May

Diane and Ed Hutchinson in the Dominican Republic

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Brooke Owens, Mackenna Taylor

Sean and Lisa Murphy

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Harbor View Restaurant, Bar & Marina Open Thursday thru Sunday for Lunch & Dinner Breakfast on Saturday & Sunday

954 Ocean Drive, Cape May • 609-884-5444 Between


G a r d e n S tat e P a r k way & W i l dwo o d C r e s t O n


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The raresT whisky in The world

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We have the great pleasure of offering for sale three bottles of the infamous McShoogle 1902 Singular Single Malt.

Bob and Matthew Salasin

From the wreck of a Nazi freighter, salvaged from the Arctic ice. As written about by the great Jackson D’Catur.

Joseph, Buffy and Julianna Mendo

Guaranteed 100,000% proof Note: we take no responsibility for anyone drinking this!

Available from The Exit Zero store 109 Sunset Boulevard, Suite D Cape May, Phone: (609) 770-8479

Antonio Milane, Olivia Simons, Giuseppe Milane, Nuts, Brendon Oneal

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Dinner from 5pm on Friday, Saturday & Holiday Sundays Early Dinner Specials • 5-6pm • $21.95 1/2 PRICE RAW BAR ITEMS • 5-6pm in the Pub Only Sports TV in The Clipper Ship Pub George Karavan on the Baby Grand on Saturday Night

Affordable Pub Menu Available! Neil Patel, Surya Petel, Sheila Shukla, David LaPuma, Kim Hannum

Includes Crabcake Sandwich, Fish & Chips, Bag of Donuts, Chef George’s Soup du Jour & much more!

Re s e r va t i o n s : 6 0 9 - 8 8 4 - 5 8 7 8 9 9 1 O c e a n D r ive, C a p e M ay w w w. b l u e c l aw r e s t a u r a n t . c o m

Open 8am-2:30pm (Closed Wed)

A Local Café with ... a Wholesome Aroma

Belly Buster Specials

Cheyenne R, Katie K, Rhiannon W, Ryan M

Available all day 8-2:30 Mon - Fri





Burrito 3 Breakfast w/ home fries

Two Eggs, # Meat Lovers Omelet Two Flapjacks (ham, bacon, choice of meat sausage & cheese) $4.99 w/ Home fries or Grits & toast $4.99





Crab Cake Platter # w/ fries and coleslaw $6.50

Platter 4 Fish w/ fries and coleslaw


$6.50 Chicken or Tuna Salad, w/ fries and coleslaw $6.50

Includes reg. coffee tea ice tea or soda. Thank You for Not Substituting. Not good with any other discounts.

Evelyn, Joanne, Carol

406 N. Broadway, West Cape May (609) 884-6332

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Serving Dinner from 5pm Friday & Saturday

Danielle Larson, Trisha Pitcher, Regina Kukola

(609) 898-0100

1 Sunset Boulevard, West Cape May Southern Italian, Seafood & Steaks, Pasta, Veal & Chicken

ODMOTHERS Opening for the Season Friday, March 18

Dinner from 5pm • Friday & Saturday Broadway & Sunset ~ 884-4543

Rhiannon, Eric

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The Ultimate Cape May Food & Drink Chart What you need to know about the food and the vibe

Meals served

Price range of entrées

Bar or BYOB?

Should I book?

Food for kids?

$15-$45 Cards: V, MC, AE, D




Aleathea’s 7 Ocean Street, (609) 884-5555, Ext. 226

This fine restaurant is closed for the 2010 season but will re-open in the spring of 2011.

B, L, D

Avalon coffee 7 Gurney Street, Cape May, 898-8088,

The Cape May location will open in March but the North Cape May branch is open now at 3704 Bayshore Road

B, L

$3-$8 Cards: V, MC, AE, D




Axelsson’s Blue Claw 991 Ocean Drive, (609) 884-5878

Fine dining near the harbor. Elegant dining room, cozy fireplace, and the classic Clipper Ship Pub.


$24-$30 Cards: V, MC, D




BELLA VIDA CAFÉ 406 N. Broadway, (609) 884-6322

“The local café with a wholesome aroma” is what they call it... and that’s how we describe it. Very apt!

B, L

$5-$25 Cards: V, MC, D




The Black Duck 1 Sunset Boulevard, (609) 898-0100

A chic interior and stylish food, but the ambience is anything but pretentious. Modern American cuisine.


$15-$28 Cards: V, MC




The Blue Pig Tavern 251 Beach Avenue, (609) 884-8422

Congress Hall’s restaurant is better than ever, serving classic tavern food with a twist or two along the way.

B, L, D

$12-$36 Cards: V, MC, AE, D




brown room 251 Beach Avenue, (609) 884-8421

Such a classy, yet convivial place to have a cocktail. Plush seating, great drinks, a friendly bar scene... it’s got it all.


V, MC, AE, D




Cabanas 429 Beach Avenue, (609) 884-4800

It’s always warm and friendly in this lively beachfront bar that features some of the best live bands around.

L, D

$8-$25 V, MC, AE, D




Cape May Winery 711 Townbank Road, (609) 884-1169

This beautiful winery is open daily from 12-5pm. Make a reservation to tour the winery on Saturdays at 3pm.


$5-$27 V, MC, AE, D




Cape Orient 315 Ocean Street, (609) 898-0088

Great food every time, whether you are looking for Chinese, Thai or sushi. Service is superb, too.

L, D

$12-$19 V, MC, AE, D




Copper Fish 416 Broadway, West Cape May (609) 898-1555

Chef Geoff Johnson’s popular Copper Fish is under new management, at a new site – Broadway and Sunset.


$24-$32 V, MC, AE, D




Cucina Rosa 301 Washington Street Mall (609) 898-9800

Nicely located at the beginning of the mall, this Italian restaurant is a mustvisit. Simply superb food.


$12-$29 V, MC, AE, D




C-View inn Texas Avenue & Washington Cape May (609) 884-4712

A locals’ favorite, the oldest and friendliest tavern in town with great wings, excellent pub fare and cold beer.

L, D

$4-$18 V, MC




depot market cafÉ 409 Elmira Street, Cape May (609) 884-8030

New owners Chris and Lisa Shriver are keeping the old favorites at this locals joint AND adding new specials.

B, L, D





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Gabe, Will

Bridget Martin, Cassidy Fletcher

Erin, Amanda

Barbra Agens, Samantha Shaw

Ginny Hamilton, Chris Zammit

Ginny Hamilton and “Who, me?”

PHOTOGRAPHS BY Aleksey Moryakov... TO ORDER COPIES, PLEASE CALL (609) 770-8479

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The Ultimate Cape May Food & Drink Chart What you need to know about the food and the vibe

Meals served

Price range of entrées

Bar or BYOB?

Should I book?

Food for kids?

The Ebbitt Room 25 Jackson Street, (609) 884-5700

With the remarkable cooking of chef Lucas Manteca, there’s even more reason than usual to visit. Sublime concoctions.


$26-$33 V, MC, AE, D




gecko’s Carpenter’s Square Mall, Cape May (609) 898-7750

The opening of Gecko’s always signals a change of season in Cape May. Superb southwestern food. Opening in March.

L, D





harbor view 954 Ocean Drive 884-5444

A Key West vibe, great views of the harbor, good food and regular entertainment.

B, L, D

$6-$30 V, MC




GODMOTHER’S Broadway & Sunset, (609) 884-4543,

Excellent downhome Italian food, reasonably priced and great for a family dinner. Opening Friday, March 18.






hawk haven vineyard 600 S. Railroad Avenue Rio Grande (609) 846-7347,

Open daily 12–5pm for wine tasting, wine by the glass, gourmet cheese plates and wine pairing dinners.


V, MC, AE, D




harrY’s Madison & Beach Avenue (609) 884-6113,

The restaurant at the Montreal Inn was relaunched last summer, to fine reviews. Excellent family fare. Opening in April.

B, L, D

$8-$24 V, MC, D, AE




hemingway’s 1045 Beach Avenue (609) 884-5611,

A relaxed yet elegant island ambiance, featuring USDA Prime Steaks and classic seafood creations.

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$15-$38 V, MC, AE, D




the lobster house Fisherman’s Wharf, (609) 884-8296,

Take-out, fish market, restaurant, raw bar, breakfast diner... The Lobster House has it all. A romantic spot in the winter!

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$5-$25 V, MC, AE, D




lucky bones 1200 Route 109, (609) 884-BONE,

It’s a huge hit for a reason. Excellent food, great bar vibe, superb service. Gets it right every single time.

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$6-$22 V, MC, AE, D


For tables of eight or more


mad batter 19 Jackson Street (609) 884-5970,

The original fine dining restaurant in Cape May and still one of the best. The food is always creative.

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$19-$30 V, MC, AE, D




magnolia room 301 Howard Street (609) 884-8409,

The venerable restaurant at the beautiful old Chalfonte Hotel offers classic southern food. Opening in May.

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$10-$34 V, MC, D, AE




marie nicole’s 9510 Pacific, Wildwood Crest (609) 522-5425

Marie Nicole’s serves modern American cuisine with a European ambiance in a relaxed atmosphere. Opening in April.


$19-$44 V, MC, D, AE




Marq’s Pub & restuarant 501 Beach Avenue (609) 884-3500

The new spot on the first floor of the Marquis de Lafayette hotel. A good old-fashioned pub atmosphere.

B, D

$4-$22 V, MC, AE




Martini Beach 429 Beach Avenue, Cape May (609) 884-1925

A lively nightspot with a friendly vibe, fine Mediterranean dishes, and a panoramic oceanfront view.


$15-$30 V, MC, D, AE




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What They’re Wearing On The Streets Of Cool Cape May

Joseph Lynch, 58, retired, Fairfield, NJ. Shirt from St John’s Bay, jacket from Reebok, jeans from Wrangler, footwear from Walmart, glasses from Chesterfield.

Debbie Pinto, 56, seasonal ferry worker, Wildwood Crest. Jacket from DRBA, jeans from Levis, footwear from Champion, sunglasses from Covergirl.

Phil Kessel, 46, sales specialist at Lowes, Stone Harbor. Shirt from Animal Kingdom, jeans from Wrangler, footwear from New Balance, glasses from Oakley.

Jason Hynson, 18, store clerk at Dellas, Villas. Shirt from Dellas, pants from Dickies, footwear from ES.

PHOTOGRAPHS BY danielle o’neal... TO ORDER COPIES, PLEASE CALL (609) 770-8479

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Somewhere in this paper is a fake ad!

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CONTEST WINNERS february 16 Clip Art Winner Pamela Ficano FAKE AD WINNERS: Carol Murray

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The Ultimate Cape May Food & Drink Chart What you need to know about the food and the vibe

Meals served

Price range of entrées

Bar or BYOB?

Should I book?

Food for kids?






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merion inn 106 Decatur Street (609) 884-8363, merion

The dim, amber lighting, dark wooden bar, period fittings and classy staff give a special ambience. Opening in March.

ocean view Beach & Grant Avenues (609) 884-3772

A large and very reliable menu. Classic diner food, and very reasonably priced. A locals’ favorite.

oyster bay 615 Lafayette Street (609) 884-2111

A lovely dining room, a beautiful coppertop bar and classic, generous dishes. Now serving delicious new martinis!


$12-$29 V, MC, AE, D




peter shields 1301 Beach Avenue, (609) 884-9090

The Georgian revival mansion is magnificent and the modern American menu matches it all the way.


$22-$39 V, MC, D





THE PILOT HOUSE 142 Decatur Street(609) 884-3449

A classic pub and restaurant offering good burgers, excellent comfort good and an authentic ambience.

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$15-$25 V, MC, AE, D





rio station 3505 Route 9 SouthRio Grande (609) 889-2000

While all around it has changed, the Rio is still serving excellent food with old-style, friendly service.

L, D

$13-$29 V, MC, AE, D




Seaside Cheese Company 600 Park Blvd, (609) 884-8700

A huge plus for the area when it opened, and this place continues to delight with gourmet treats.

L, D

$4-$12 V, MC, AE, D




tisha’s 318 Washington Street Mall (609) 884-9119,

This local favorite moved from Convention Hall to the mall, at the former site of Stumpo’s.

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$18-$35 V, MC, AE, D




The Ugly Mug 426 Washington Street Mall Cape May (609) 884-3459

A Cape May legend, and even better now that they’ve put those wonderful booths in there. Such a treat.

L, D

$12-$25 V, MC, AE, D




uncle bill’s pancake house Beach Avenue & Perry Street Cape May (609) 884-7199

Reliably-excellent food – there is a reason why people wait... excellent breakfasts. Opening March 17.

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union park Beach Avenue & Howard, (609) 884-8811,

Elegant dining in a classic old hotel, and the food is magnificent and inventive. One of the best in the area.


$18-$35 V, MC, AE




vincenzo’s little italy ii 3704 Bayshore Road, North Cape May (609) 889-6610

If you want to bring the family for a fine and fun Italian meal, look no further than here! The kids will love it.

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$8-$20 V, MC, AE, D




WASHINGTON INN 801 Washington Avenue (609) 884-5697

Superb gourmet food, and a great cocktail and wine bar to get your night off on the right foot. Amazing wine list.


$18-$34 V, MC, AE, D




zoe’s 715 Beach Avenue, Cape May (609) 884-1233

Zoe’s has large portions at affordable prices. And they have a great dog-friendly patio! Opening in April.

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Now Open!!!

Friday & Saturday 7am-9pm Sunday 7am-8pm John King, Sarah King, Maggie King

Beach Avenue & Grant Street, Cape May 884-3772 •


Olivia, Lili

opening St. Patrick’s thursday, March 17!


John Philip Sousa



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Announcing Cape May’s Employee Of The Week photograph by Aleksey Moryakov

You don’t always get what you pay for...

Sometimes you get more!


Name: Dan Oliver, C-View bartender. Age: Thirty-four. Hometown: Cape May Court House, currently living in North Cape May. How long have you been here? Eleven years. Best thing about the job: For me it’s got to be the hours. I am so not a morning person – I sleep until the crack of noon. What do you recommend here? I definitely have to go with the wings, you can’t go wrong with them here. Maybe with a cold Rolling Rock. What’s the best cocktail? I came up with a great one last summer. It’s called the Summer Blast, and it’s Stoli Razz, Peach Schnapps, lemonade and cranberry juice. What’s your other dream job? I’ve always had a major interest in architecture, so I’d probably be an architect. Favorite thing about Cape May: Just the summer in general – the weather, the energy, the beach. I’m a major beach bum at heart and I love to be outside. Interview by Kate Chadwick

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Exit Zero Travels From Equator To Arctic (Almost) photographS submitted by our loyal readers



St. Patrick’s Weekend Join us on for

Great Irish Specials on March 17 and all weekend long! Local Talent Playing on St. Patty’s Day Starting at 3pm Hosted by Barry List of Performers Rose Kelly Barrow MQ Murphy Debra Donahue Jim Kearns James Black & Andy Tom Werkheiser Jim Ross Josh & Andrew Gordon Vincent Bernadette Matthews Carl Behrens Roy Baker Kettle 3 Zack and Evan Joe McLaughlin

EZ Photographer Aleksey Moryakov took his work with him to Moscow

Special Guest Jay Bethel


Early Bird Dinners Served All Night 4pm-closing Family Friendly Trivia Night - 7pm

Fridays - 8pm


The Talent has been Awesome!


Jackie and Gary Fisher celebrated Jackie’s birthday in St Thomas with EZ

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Out of the Fire, and Back to the Frying Pan!

Mary Stewart, Dr Physick (Bob Heinly), Amanda Brown




BUY 2 AND GET GEORGE MESTERHAZY’S “AFTER THE FIRE” CD FOR FREE! (including “Smoke gets in your eyes:”, “My Old Flame” and “I don’t Want to Set the World on Fire”)

Brynn Owens, Quinn Kengeter

Dinner & live piano music Thursday-Sunday Join us for Easter Sunday on April 24 from noon until 8 p.m. (full menu and Easter specials, with additional brunch items noon to 1:30 pm) Jazz Trio – Thursdays from 8:30 Full bar, free parking, kids’ menu Early bird/night owl from $16.95; express menu $15 (not available on Easter or Mother’s Day) 106 Decatur St. at Columbia Ave., Cape May Reservations and gift cards 609-884-8363 or online

Vicky Clark, Michael Clark, Alaina Fox

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The Exit Zero Random Gift Certificate Giveaway

Chart a course for...

Prime Steaks • Sensational Seafood Open Daily for: Lunch, Happy Hour, Sunset Dining, Dinner & Late Night Entertainment

Winter Lunch Menu Daily from Noon - 4:00p

$3 Bowl of Soup or Large Salad $5 Hot Sandwiches $6 Over-stuffed Sandwiches

Breakfast Buffet

Saturday: 8-11 Sunday: 8-Noon

Winter Dinner Menu Sunday - Wednesday 4:00p - 8:00p $12.95 Three Courses Soup, Salad and Choice of 12 Entrees!

Prime Rib Night $13.95 Wednesdays 4:00p - 8:00p


Land & Sea Buffet $24.95 Thursdays 4:00p - 8:00p

Every week our photographer Danielle O’Neal roams the streets of Cape May on a mission... to give away a $50 gift certificate to spend at a local business. But it’s not quite THAT easy – first, the lucky recipient has to answer three questions related to our issue theme, which this week is all about whisky. This week’s winner is Kathy Pilla, 56, a legal secretary from North Arlington, New Jersey. We found Kathy on the Washington Street Mall. Here are her answers to our piercing questions: Do you like whisky? Yes! Why is whisky sometimes spelled with an E? Depends how much I had. Which country does Scotch come from? Scotland.

Oceanfront at 1045 Beach Avenue 609.884.5611 •

Kathy wins a $50 gift certificate to Whale’s Tale for answering our questions. Congratulations and enjoy! PHOTOGRAPH BY DANIELLE O’NEAL

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Dinner Served Nightly from 5pm Breakfast & Lunch Served Saturday & Sunday from 8am

Eric R, Ryan M

Spring Fever menu Available Sunday thru Thursday for entire month of March 5 Courses for $35 AppetizerS

• PEI mussels served red or white • Mushroom risotto assorted mushrooms asiago cheese. • Fried calamari tossed with hot & sweet peppers capers & honey mustard

SaladS - Caesar or House Sara Crossan, Nisol Biersbach, Olivia Simons

Lemon sorbet Entrees

• Thai salmon grilled atlantic salmon thai lime sauce • Chicken Tisha - boneless chicken breast with sundried tomatoes, artichoke hearts & mushrooms • Pasta Carbonara onion pancetta and peas light cream sauce

Homemade Dessert

Apple Pie • Bread Pudding • Pound Cake with Fruit Compote

(609) 884-9119 322 Washington Street Mall, Cape May Most Major Credit Cards Accepted Master gardeners

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Darren, Olivia, Jay, Vanessa

Antonio Milane

Tom Hynes, Norm Wood

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It must be Spring... Whale’s Tale is open DAILY ! 10:00am-5:00pm St. Patrick’s Day & Easter cards, bunnies galore... hop on in!

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Your St. Patrick’s Day Candy Headquarters! Our Lucky Leprachauns will mail a box of Irish Potatoes anywhere in the continental USA for $19.95

Jimmy, Jim, Kelly Ann and Ann Mitchell


Whipped Creamy Fudge • Premium Chocolates Saltwater Taffy • Hand Dipped Ice Cream

Tessy Mitchum, Joe

Open Every Day in Cape May on The Washington Street Mall & on The Promenade... Stop In for a Free Sample of Our Creamy Fudge!

Call 1-800-23-FUDGE Shop online at: Alyssa Rupinski

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Ranger Rick fans

Tumble Wheels Inc

Carolyn Lazaro, Olivia Caruso, Kristie and Mya Salasin

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Nancy Hober, Lizz Brown, Zippy

Aaron Baker with Casey the iguana, and Katie Kane with a ball python

Alyssa and Joe Rupinski

PHOTOGRAPHS BY Aleksey Moryakov... TO ORDER COPIES, PLEASE CALL (609) 770-8479

CAPE MAY LINEN OUTLET Open Every Day Year Round!

Friday & Saturday 10-6 • Sunday-Thursday 10-4

Tropical Prints

COMFORTER SETS - 3 DESIGNS! 3 Pc Twin - $39, 4 Pc Full-$45, 4Pc Queen-$49, 4Pc King-$49

March Specials

Fiber Arts Presents...

FASHION SHOW & BANQUET March 11th, at 6pm Historic Congress Hall

20% Off every Window Item All panels, swags, valances, block-out curtains, curtain rods & hardware, and special order!

New Spring Yarns & Fashions Door Prizes Elegant Dinner in Victorian Setting

20% Off every Bedskirt & Sham Print, solid, eyelet, lace, extra long lengths, and elastic/no-platform type... crib size too!

RSVP by March 7th! 898-8080 • 315 Ocean St., Cape May

20% Off every Flannel Sheet item Sheet sets, flat & fitted size separates and pillowcase pairs!

Fiber Arts Yarn Shop Washington Commons 315 Ocean Street, Cape May, NJ

Yarns & Accessories From Around the World

New Classes begin Saturday March 19! Socks, 1st Sweater, Beg. Crochet, Entrelac, Tunisian

open 7 days - Free parking

Annual St. Patrick's Sale! March 11 thru 20

All Irish Imports 110 Park Blvd, West Cape May 609.884.3630 •

401 Lafayette Street Cape May Pewter Whiskey Flask & Measure Set (609) 884-4484

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March 11th thru 14th

Receive a FREE PANDORA BRACELET When you purchase $75 or more of Pandora Jewelry Free Bracelet valued at $50!

Jenni Martinez, Morgan DeAugustine, Sam Conley, Adam Abate

Exclusive Area Retailer for PANDORATM Jewelry


Cape May’s Landmark Jeweler Since 1972

407 Washington Street Mall, Cape May NJ 08204 • 609-884-0334

Brandon Jarbeck, Richard Show

Experty Jewelrir Repa

Inga LaPuma, Barb Robuson, Gretchen Whitman

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celebrate cape may ur Weekend S p ec & S ee O n I p ials o t cape may hoodies and tees S

hermit crab accessories Cape May mugs, wineglasses, books, tie-dye sweats New Merchandise Arriving Daily

Lots Of Laughs At West Cape May Fire Hall

Police Athletic League hosts a night of comedy for a good cause

Open All Weekend! OCEAN AVENUE & WASHINGTON STREET behind the Horse & Carriage! (609) 884-9032 •

Perfect for Cape May Lovers! CAPE MAY & EXIT 0 CHARMS in Sterling Silver & 14k Gold! Available Exclusively at...

patricia jackson jewelers 414 Bank Street, Cape May • (609) 884-0323 • Open Fri., Sat. & Mon. 11-6; Sunday 12-5

Cape May Sports Memorabilia LOCATED IN CAPE MAY AT ANTIQUES EMPORIA 405 W. Perry Street

Large selection of high quality vintage sports cards & memorabilia at reasonable prices.

• Current Stars, Hall of Famers and Rookies • • Certified Autographed Items • • Vintage Yearbooks, Programs and Publications •

Phone: 609-898-3332 email:

The Italian Garden ALL Italia, All Imports L’Erbolario, Perfumes and Herbal Skin Care Murano Glass Jewelry, Designer Handbags (609) 884-2300 • 510 Carpenter’s Lane, Cape May

Tea by the Sea Fine Teas and Accessories

We Have Liquor Flavored Teas including... Grand Marnier • Pina Colada Ice Wine • Strawberry Daiquiri 405 W. Perry Street, Cape May • (609) 898-4TEA

Angel Salazar will be one of the comedians featured at PAL’s Comedy Night Social.


he Police Athletic League will host a Comedy Night Social on March 25 from 7-10pm at the West Cape May Fire Hall. We spoke with the event coordinator, Officer Tony Genaro, who tells us this has been a sell-out event for the organization for the past several years. “I wanted to do something different from the usual beefand-beer fundraiser,” Officer Genaro said. “The first year was a little rough. It was held in the old convention center, and I was using a different booking agency back then. I got five comedians for $1,000. The lesson there: you get what you pay for – it was terrible. There’s nothing worse than 300 people in one room, not laughing. Now I pay more money for fewer comics, but these guys are professionals, so it’s worth it. This year we have Angel Salazar and Bill Garagan. Not only do you get a bunch of people together for a great cause, but there’s a certain electricity in the room when everyone is laughing, so that’s a bonus. Plus, Lucky Bones is providing the food,

beer and wine, and they always do such a great job for us.” Tickets for the event are $35 online, $40 at the door, and Tony wanted to stress that tickets to this year’s event are only available online. “I’ve got a small number set aside to have available at the door this year, but I want to make sure that people understand I’m not walking around with a bunch of these tickets. They’ll have to go online to get them.” You can purchase those tickets at www. And it’s for a great cause. The Cape May Police Athletic League supports several programs for over 100 area kids, including summer and winter basketball teams, as well as sponsoring such events as National Night Out each August and the annual Christmas season toy drive. Get yourself a ticket and enjoy a night of socializing with your neighbors while enjoying Lucky Bones food and Borgata-level entertainment without the long drive – most definitely a bargain. Questions? Call Officer Tony at 609-884-9518 or email

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Stephanie Devlin, Kristine Carlson

Executive Chef Geoffrey Johnson

Dawn Martin, Amanda Francis

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ESTATE JEWELERS Getting Engaged?

Specializing in:

Appraisals Engagement Rings Vintage Jewelry Jewelry Repair

Check Out Our Selection of Rings!

We Buy: Gold Estate Jewelry Diamonds Coins

(609) 898-0202

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photographS by Aleksey moryakov

We Buy Gold & Silver!

Maureen, April, Nikki, Melinda

Open Thursday thru Monday 10am-5pm Flower 's

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(609) 884-6181 600 Park Boulevard West Cape May

your neighborhood florist for 27 years!

Debbie & Mike Downes

Cape Winds

Florist & Gift Shop

860 Broadway (Broadway & Stimpson Lane) West Cape May NJ 08204 609-884-1865 • 609-884-2602 Fax email:

Carol Martin, Anne Perdiu, Holly Mocello

Mabel, Colleen and Paul Cassada

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The Old Fogey


Ah, those good old Cape May days... by Jackson D’Catur

shall never forget McShoogle’s Singular Single Malt whisky. It was the night we liberated Paris from the Nazis, and I was at the head of a column of brave lads, sitting on the hood of a jeep where I was well placed to receive kisses from the ladies and handshakes from the men. Or vice versa: those were heady times and we cared little for convention. I remember driving under the Champs-Élysées and someone handing me a dusty bottle of what looked like liquor. I took the first swig without checking the contents: I was made of stern stuff in those days and it would have taken battery acid to have given me pause. Everything stopped, the cheering crowds and bands were stilled as if by magic, and all I could sense was a feeling as of liquid gold pouring down my throat. When it hit my stomach, the world started to move again, but faster than before, and when – a second later – it hit my head, I swear I saw angels. I looked at the bottle and saw the label: “McShoogle’s, 1902 Cask No. 1.” Under that, in tiny lettering, I swear to you it

read: “100,000 per cent proof.” Things moved fast after that: there was singing and dancing and underground bars, rooftop bars, secret bars, fancy bars, fancy ladies, loose men, dancing midgets in tutus, poodles with machine guns and a monkey with a key he insisted granted entrance to Shangri La. Throughout, I could hear my own voice, shouting continuously in a deep Scottish brogue (an accent I loathe), and toasting people endlessly. I was also singing: some I knew,

such as “You Take The High Road and I’ll Take The Low Road,” and “Auld Lang Syne.” Others, I swear I could not have known, but belted out anyway: “Donald, Where’s Yer Trousers?” and “A Scottish Soldier” (even though that was not, I know for a fact, written for another few decades). I also seemed to have a kilt on, which was unlikely for all sorts of reasons. And I am ashamed to say, I danced with such energy that most of the ladies and a few of the handsomer boys in Paris saw the D’Catur family jewels that night. The next thing I knew, I awoke on a beach, lying where the waves had washed me ashore, bottle clutched in hand. It was pleasantly warm, and I checked my watch, which indicated it was mid-morning. Casual enquiries from the small crowd that had gathered further supplied the information that it was no longer August, but June, and the year was 1966. Also, I was in California. The bottle stands on a high shelf in my study. There is a stout padlock on it. And a 24-hour armed guard.

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Fun for the Kids and grownups too!

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Dawn and Jack Martin

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Customer Service

The life and times of a waitress in Cool Cape May... by Molly Stone


n February 23, The New York Post ran an article entitled, “Should you Trust Your Server?” The piece revealed that wait staff, when asked which is better, will often recommend the more expensive of two dishes in order to increase gratuity. And sometimes, waiters will go so far as to recommend dishes they’ve never even tried. In seven years of waiting tables, I’ve worked with very few servers who’ve lied to customers. But in the spirit of full disclosure, I’ll tell you that I don’t always blame those who do. What the Post article doesn’t explain is how much pressure servers are under to sell, sell, sell. It’s not always about making more money for herself; sometimes, a waitress who recommends that a guest order another dish is trying to avoid a lecture from an irate chef about sub-par sales. As a way of fostering “healthy competition,” the Cape May restaurant where I currently work once went so far as to post the check averages of its servers for all staff to see. Sometimes, though, what The New York

Post refers to as “pushing” food on guests isn’t about dollar signs at all, but about getting rid of what hasn’t been selling. I once worked at a seafood shack that, toward the end of the season, nearly ran out of seafood. “If you people don’t start selling the burger,” the chef yelled at his staff, “I’m going to get angry!” Having watched him throw one of the last remaining lobster claws against the walk-in refrigerator, I knew he was already there. But try convincing little old ladies with their hearts set on splitting a fish taco that what they’ve really been craving are three 12-ounce slabs of beef: it’s not easy. Then there are those times I find myself little-white-lying at work just to keep the

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peace. For instance, when a meal is taking an extraordinarily long time, and I can tell that the blood pressure of the waiting customer is rapidly increasing, I might tell him that I accidentally dropped his fish on the f loor of the kitchen. The chef, I say, would never dream of serving it to him, of course; he’s busy preparing an entirely new dish instead. The man is so impressed that I’d throw myself under the bus, and so grateful to know that he won’t be eating an offof-the-ground entrée, he becomes more appreciative than annoyed. “Don’t worry about it,” he’ll say to me, “Take your time!” I know, even this kind of fibbing is unethical. After all, a lie is a lie is a lie. But sometimes I can’t help but wonder if dishonesty isn’t simply a dining room reality. (I see you, Mr You-Know-WhoYou-Are, bringing your wife to dinner one weekend and your saucy mistress to dinner the next.) Perhaps the cold, hard truth is that we could all stand to be a little more upright. In the meantime, have a burger. They’re delicious…trust me.




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Silly Bandz Blow Out! Open Friday & Monday 11-5 • Sat/Sun 10-5

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Engagement Rings • Estate Jewelry • Lladro • Antiques Hummels • Antique Dolls • Jewelry Repair We Buy Diamonds, Gold & Silver by appt.

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Whatever your size, Whatever your shape...

2/19: Baby Shower For Dawn Martin At Copper Fish Restaurant photographS by ALEKSEY MORYAKOV

You'll look really great in your Alpaca cape!

Sam, Brittany, Julia, Nathan

542 New England Road, Cape May, NJ 08204 Farm Store Hours: Sat. & Sun. 10-4 PM Ph. 609-884-0563 You can also see us at West End Garage!

Maureen Pierelli, Hyn McTamany, Kelly Szambelak

Granna Smith, Dawn Martin, Emma Szambelak, Jack Martin, Robert Benner

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Cape May Must Haves

The finest things from the shops of this charmed city... by Kate Chadwick

Pandora Jewelry From Henry’s

Legos From The Toy Shop Of Cape May

Cape May Jacket From Celebrate Cape May

Don’t just change your clothes with the change of seasons – freshen up your jewelry box as well. There’s nothing like the right accessory to liven things up. Henry’s is running a special on the wildly popular Pandora line just now. You’ll receive a charming Pandora lobster clasp bracelet with your Pandora purchase of $75 or more. 407 Washington Street, 609-884-0334.

Let’s set up a little equation, shall we? Rambunctious kids + a rainy day = no fun. Keep their minds and little hands busy and out of trouble with one (or two) of the Toy Shop’s huge selection of Legos, including the ever-popular Star Wars line and selections from the Toy Story collection. They’re currently 50% off, too! From $9.94-27.49. 510 Washington Street, 609-884-0442.

Light-weight but warm, lined, weather and water-proof, not to mention sharp-looking – and 25% off right now, too – you can’t beat this jacket. Judy says she wears hers 10 months out of the year, and if that’s not a good endorsement, we don’t know what is. The jacket regularly sells for $49, but it’s currently a steal at just $36.75. 315 Ocean Street, 609-884-9032.

Pocket Of Posies From Cape Winds Florist

Benjamin Moore Paint From Swain’s

Hooded Sweatshirts From The CMBO

Nothing nudges spring along like a roombrightening bouquet, and around here, Cape Winds is Flowers Central. Whether you grab a bunch for a loved one or pick up a few blooms for yourself, get a Pick-MeUp bouquet starting at $9.99, or upgrade to the gorgeous arrangement pictured here for $55. 860 Broadway, 609-884-1865. www.

Nothing freshens up a room like a bright new coat of paint – it can change the look of your whole house! Swain’s ACE Hardware is your Benjamin Moore headquarters. Don’t fret if you’re clueless with a paintbrush – their skilled staff provides as much hand-holding as necessary. Prices vary. 305 Jackson Street, 609-884-8578. Visit

Spring’s right around the corner, and that means it’s time to break out the hoodies. Folks both local and far-flung know the Cape May Bird Observatory as the go-to spot for your birding needs, so show your pride with one of these high-quality hooded sweatshirts, each bearing a distinctive CMBO design. Now 50% off! 701 East Lake Drive, Cape May Point, 609-884-2736.

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The Answer Lady


he Answer Lady invites inquiries from gentle readers on all manners of relationship quandaries, matters of the heart and ethics. If you’d like to send a query, write to Dear Answer Lady Recently an acquaintance remarked – twice! – on how much weight I’ve gained over the winter. Needless to say I was surprised and mortified. I wanted to give a very nasty reply, but I didn’t want to hurt her feelings. What’s up with people? - Hurt Dear Hurt Let the Answer Lady get this straight: an acquaintance – not a friend or family member – can hurt your feelings, but you’re not allowed to hurt hers? Interesting concept. Not that the Answer Lady is advocating public sniping by any means, and there is always something to be said for taking the high road. But let us not be a doormat, dear. For her to say something to you once is one thing, and can possibly be explained away – too much whisky, perhaps. But twice is another matter altogether; in that

Wise answers to perplexing questions

case she is just asking it. The next time you run into her (and hopefully it won’t be while you’re picking up your Belly Buster breakfast special at Bella Vida), just say “Oh, hello Mavis. You’ll be thrilled to know that I’m taking Boot Camp classes at North Beach Health Club. I’m sure they’d be able to help you with your butt. It appears to be sagging just a bit. Tell them I sent you!” Cheery smile, friendly wave, beat a hasty retreat. PS: This works better if you’re actually taking the classes.

Dear Answer Lady I’ve only been waitressing for a short time, and for the most part, I love it. But I had a tiff recently with a customer who’d had too much to drink, and it’s been bugging me because I let him get to me and I should have let it slide. Any suggestions for keeping my cool? – Green Waitress Dear Waitress The most important advice the Answer Lady can give you is to not, repeat NOT engage anyone who has been drinking. It’s pointless. Someone who is impaired is ultimately accountable, but not necessarily responsible for their actions. As hard as it is to keep that “the customer is always right” mantra playing in your head (because let’s face it, sometimes they’re just not), try to cling to it as best you can. One of the reasons the Answer Lady always preferred waitressing over bartending is that you can walk away from a table. Do it. Then go count to 10, pop into the kitchen and scream at the nearest chef, walk outside, do some jumping jacks and return to Sir Drinks-a-Lot with your temper in check. Cheers!

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The Jazz Vespers Series

2/19: About 10pm On A Saturday Evening In The Brown Room photographS by Aleksey moryakov


Mark, Maria, Erica

featuring RACHEL HUSTA

with special guests BARRY MILES and HENRY MOORE SUNDAY, MARCH 20: 3pm first presbyterian church Hughes & Decatur Streets, Cape May FREE PARKING $5 Donation Requested For more information visit or

Rob, Linda, Kristin, Pete

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The Exit Zero Guide To Shopping In Cool Cape May Across the way 304 Washington Street Cape May (609) 884-4199

Stop in here for an exciting collection of furniture and home decor including quirky clocks, whimsical lawn chairs, books and games that will get you thinking, and top-quality lamps and fixtures to make every room a bit brighter.

CAPE MAY linen outlet 110 Park Boulevard West Cape May (609) 884-3630

The hand-picked deals and oldfashioned service at this store keeps customers coming back. Your source for everything linen, from aprons, sheets and tablecloths to curtains and linen by the yard.

ALL IRISH IMPORTS 401 Lafayette Street Cape May (609) 884-4484

They carry T-shirts, hand-knit fishermen’s sweaters, pewter, Waterford crystal, Belleek, jewelry, perfume and even biscuits and kilts. Make sure you ask about their ladies capes, hats and scarves, including cabbie caps.

cape may sports memorabilia 405 West Perry Street Cape May email:

Everything for the sports lover – especially if you’ve got a particular allegiance to team in NJ or PA. Vintage baseball cards, programs, team sets, framed items and signed baseballs and bats - the perfect place for a seasoned or new collector.

andrew’s ltd 325 Washington Street Mall Cape May (609) 898-7755

Visit Andrew’s for a beautiful collection of estate jewelry and an eclectic mixture of antiques and collectibles that will appeal to all age groups. Look out for antique watches, hand-colored photographs and sparkling glassware.

CAPE WINDS FLORIST 860 Broadway West Cape May (609) 884-1865

Cape Winds Florist is family-owned and has more than 30 years of experience. They always go the extra mile to make their floral gifts perfect. Offering beautiful, elaborate floral arrangements plus prompt, friendly service.

Artisans alcove 523 Lafayette Street Cape May (609) 898-0202

When shopping for jewelry, why not opt for a piece that carries a bit of history with it? Artisans Alcove boasts a great selection of Art Deco, Victorian, Edwardian and Modern jewelry, so whatever your tastes, you’ll leave satisfied.

celebrate cape may Ocean Avenue and Washington Street Cape May (609) 884-9035

They specialize in “one-stop shopping” and they don’t disappoint. Looking for fleeces, embroidered T-shirts or cardigans? What about postcards, personalized magnets, keychains, postcards and hermit crabs? Look no further, friends.

Antiques Emporia 405 West Perry Street Cape May (609) 898-3332

There is always a great selection of Americana, furniture, costume jewelry, watches, clocks, vintage postcards, magazines and more. Pick up some vintage jewelry to top off an outfit. The stock is always changing, so stop in often.

donna’s Hallmark 401 Washington Street Cape May (609) 884-0555

Every visitor in Cape May has a few friends or loved ones back home. Why not stop by and get them a keepsake? Donna’s carries a wide selection of cards and gifts like their Himalayan salt lamps, which cast a warm, soothing glow.

BAY SPRINGS ALPACAS 542 New England Road Cape May (609) 884-0563

This charming 10-acre farm is great for a family visit. Come and meet the alpacas, see how alpaca fiber is spun into yarn, then pick up a sweater, scarf, blanket or hat made from it. Treat your feet to ultracomfortable alpaca socks.

EXIT ZERO 109 Sunset Boulevard Cape May (609) 770-8479

The coolest Cape May souvenirs, a superb selection of local-interest books, designer T-shirts and bags, artwork, and an unrivaled collection of historic Cape May prints. Wear the Exit Zero logo with pride.

BIRD HOUSE OF CAPE MAY 109 Sunset Boulevard West Cape May (609) 898-8871

An extensive selection of bird houses, from Victorian and Colonial styles to urban and eclectic designs. They also offer scented wax pottery, Wind and Willow mixes, home decor and garden accents.

fiber arts yarn shop 315 Ocean Street Cape May Washington Commons (609) 898-8080

Knitting is quickly proving to be the cool new hobby for every generation. Fiber Arts have the tools and experience to get a novice started and the goods to supply an expert. Don’t miss their knitting classes.

CAPE MAY BIRD OBSERVATORY 701 East Lake Drive Cape May Point (609) 884-2736

Everything a nature lover could want – from field guides, binoculars and scopes to clothing and books. They stock the best selection of binoculars in the area in all price ranges. Featuring beautiful Charley Harper merchandise.

Flying Fish 130 Park Boulevard West Cape May (609) 884-2760

Owner Sue Lotozo hand-makes (and designs) a great collection of cool, off-beat shirts. You will find original, funky, retro designs on high-quality apparel, including a collection of T-shirts that celebrate local beaches.

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The Exit Zero Guide To Shopping In Cool Cape May Gail Pierson GALLERY 658 Washington Street Cape May (609) 884-2585

This fine art gallery is as charming as the center city district in which it resides. It introduces new artists and art lovers to the beauty of Cape May. Art education and interactive online technology are a key focus.

Pat Jackson Jewelers 414 Bank Street Cape May (609) 884-0323

Pat Jackson has been designing jewelry since the 1970s and has had her shop since the 1980s. You won’t find anything synthetic or treated – just satisfaction. Try a twist on the seashell souvenir with an 18k gold scallop-shell bracelet.

good scents 327 Carpenter’s Lane Cape May (609) 884-0014

You’ll smell the sweet mix of candles and incense from the sidewalk. Good Scents also carry lanterns, jewelry, stationery, books and gifts to delight your senses. Check out their wide selection of jazz and world music CDs.

Splash 513 Carpenters Lane Cape May (609) 846-7100

A showplace for local handicrafts like woodwork, stained glass, pottery and prints, Splash also features several cases packed to bursting with glittering jewelry, and the largest collection of local sea glass on the island.

henry’s fine jewelry 407 Washington Street Mall Cape May (609) 884-0334

Henry’s, Cape May’s landmark jewelers, carry the Original Cape May Destination Bracelet plus a huge selection of jewelry throughout the store, including selections from Pandora Jewelry.

Swain’s 305 Jackson Street Cape May (609) 884-8578

Swain’s Ace Hardware have everything you need to furnish, finish or refurbish your home. They also carry bath and cleaning products, paint, tools and hardware. It’s the friendliest, most helpful hardware store!

Italian Garden 510 Carpenter’s Lane Cape May (609) 884-2300

Fine Italian exports, including the largest selection of L’Erbolario, a botanical skincare and fragrance line, in the US. Look for the Alviero Martini designer “World Map” handbags and Murano glass jewelry.

Tea by the Sea 405 West Perry Street Cape May (609) 898-4TEA

Few things liven up a dreary day or smooth out a hectic one quite like a hot cuppa. No matter how you take it, tea is good for whatever ails you. Tea by the Sea also offer delicious cobbler and scone mixes, and you can choose from 12 flavors.

kate’s flower shop 600 Park Boulevard West Cape May (609) 884-6181

Strangely enough, they sell flowers! But Kate and her staff dispense more than just beautiful floral arrangements. They also give advice on things like philosophy, good books and other stimulating subjects.

The Toy shop 510 Washington Street Mall Cape May (609) 884-0442

For a selection of well-made toys that will take you back to your childhood while delighting the kids, stop in here. Check out their Sale Wall of Toys where you can find some great bargains!

madame’s port 311 Washington Street Mall Cape May (609) 884-5858

Entering Madame’s Port is like stumbling into a treasure trove at an exotic trading post. Be sure to check out their collection of trade signs (featuring mermaids and whales), wall art and beautifully crafted wooden watches.

west end garage 484 West Perry Street Cape May (609) 770-8261

A hip new addition to shopping on the island, West End Garage has all the feel of an upscale flea market in NYC or Philly right in downtown Cape May. Whether you prefer art, antiques, jewelry, or all of the above, don’t miss this spot.

Mary Ann’s Jewelry 511 Washington Street Mall Cape May (609) 898-8786

The smallest shop on the mall, but it’s packed with beautiful things – Rolex watches, pearls, sapphires, porcelain vases, cut-glass and pocket watches. Stunning estate and new jewelry, with a large selection of diamonds.

Whale’s Tale 312 Washington Street Mall Cape May (609) 884-4808

Everywhere you look, something catches your eye – playing cards shaped like dog bones or fish, handtooled leather journals, Sailor’s Valentine’s and sterling silver baby rattles. It’s a browser’s paradise.

Original Fudge Kitchen 513 Washington Street Mall and 728 Beach Avenue Cape May 800-23-FUDGE

Chances are good you won’t get past the front door without trying a piece of something delicious at this Cape May institution. Now is the time to think of getting some sweets for your sweet!

Zoo Company 421 Washington Street Mall Cape May (609) 884-8181

For all the young and young-atheart, this cute toy store is filled with the fluffiest, most colorful stuff you can imagine. If your little one is looking for the hottest item – from Webkinz to Silly Bandz – you’ll find it here.

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Image: YAP at the Gail Pierson Gallery

This Weekend! YAP 201: this one’s for the Prickly Pear Weekend and Second Sundays Gallery Walk Franklin Street School

Still on display - YAP 201: this one’s for the Franklin Street School

A lively multimedia exhibit from the Youth Arts Program

For a second year, we welcome the Center for Community Arts and artwork from participants of CCA’s Youth Arts Program (YAP). YAP 201: this one’s for the Franklin Street School is a compilation of multimedia work from the Cape May, Lower Township and Wildwood YAP fall/winter sessions - including masks, kites, and pop art photographic portraits, in Andy Warhol style. The exhibit opened February 26 with a lively reception for students, parents, teachers and the community, and continues through March. Artwork is for sale, with all exhibit proceeds this year going to benefit the continuing preservation efforts for the Franklin Street School. Don’t miss out on these fun and affordable pieces and a chance to help. The Gail Pierson Gallery is open all year and welcomes new artists and art lovers from all over to Cape May. Gallery Winter Hours : Daily Noon to 5 pm. Closed Tuesday and Wednesday.


658 Washington Street | Cape May | 609.884.2585 |

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The Cape May Crossword

None of that generic nonsense you see in other papers... a puzzle just for “Exit Zero”! By Dan Mathers So YOU love crosswords? Great. Sit down, get a cup (or glass) of your favorite beverage, relax and enjoy this puzzle. The answers to the crossword are all related to this week’s issue. Our theme this week: Whisky. The solution can be found on the front page of our website, Across 7. Despite television commercials showcasing this whiskey’s founder as one of the toughest, most beloved men in Ireland, he was actually Scottish. 9. Whisky is aged in casks made of this type of wood. 11. This whisky was originally made in Detroit and called Walker’s Club Whisky, but changed its name and moved across the border when Prohibition struck. 12. This brand of bourbon is one of the most popular in the world and is recognizable for it’s white label printed with a red seal. 13. This is the market leader for Scotch aged 12 years or more but has a particularly Spanish sounding name. 17. This Scotch shares a name with the parish in which the distillery is located and is the biggest selling single malt in the US. 18. Hitting the market in 1846, this Scotch was later purchased by Guinness in 1986, then sold to Bacardi in 1998. 19. This whiskey with a distinctive orange label is available in 86, 100 and 114-proof varieties. 20. Widely considered to run the oldest licensed distillery in the world, this Irish whiskey company has brewed since 1608.

What you’d expect of the brand’s namesake... 15 Down.

22. You can order this whisky by the color of the label: red, black, green, gold or – if you have money to spare – blue. 23. This resistance movement in the western US occured under George Washington and was caused by taxing a beloved product. DOWN 1. Scottish distillers went underground to avoid taxation, working at night to hide the smoke rising from stills. The practice gave rise to this name for unlicensed liquor. 2. This small-batch bourbon is bottled at 100-proof and comes in a rectangular bottle. 3. Headquartered in Montreal, this distillery was once the world’s largest distiller of alcoholic beverages. 4. Whiskey was commonly used as currency during this American war. 5. Before King Henry VIII dissolved the monasteries, whisky was made solely by these men. 6. This bourbon is distinctive for the way it is sealed, with red wax dripping over the

cork and down the bottle. 8. Deriving part of its name from that of an early manager, Daniel E. Williams, this Irish whiskey was first distilled in 1829. 10. Named after four of Scotland’s key whisky distilling regions – Highland, Islay, Speyside and Lowland – this brand of does not distill its own whiskey. 13. This is the top-selling Canadian whisky in the US and comes in a fancy purple purse. 14. With a name meaning “valley of the deer” in Gaelic, this whisky has a deer on the label. The “ch” in the name is pronounced liked a “k.” 15. This popular whiskey is NOT bourbon because it is not made in Kentucky; it is Tennessee sour mash whiskey. 16. Whiskey was only legal when prescribed by a doctor during Prohibition, which enabled this pharmacy to grow from 20 stores to 400 during the {rohibition years. 21. In certain parts of Asia you can buy a bottle of whiskey with this reptile coiled inside.

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C a f p o e . May L . A .P presents

Comedy Night Social

The Harrisons and friends



Joe Speicher, Sandy Speicher, Stephanie Speicher, Griffin Baum

Lite Fare, Soda, Beer & Wine provided by LUCKY BONES SEATING IS LIMITED!


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The Cape May Health And Beauty Guide The Place

Any Particular Service That I Should Try Here?

Hours of Operation

Credit Cards

ACCENT ON BEAUTY 128 Sunset Boulevard West Cape May (609) 884-7040

They currently have some great Massage Specials going on... A 45 minute massage for only $38 plus tax... or a 60 minute massage for only $48 plus tax. Give yourself a treat by indulging in a relaxing massage. They make great gifts too!

Artizan Salon and Spa 600 Park Boulevard West Cape May (609) 884-4499

Artizan specializes in Wedding Parties and Special Occasions. They will handle all of Tuesday-Saturday @ 9am your makeup and updos. Trust them to make you look your best when it counts. Closing times vary.

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Cape Fitness 600 Park Boulevard West Cape May (609) 898-1515

They offer classes in a comfortable, unintimidating environment and skilled Personal Trainers who will work with any member looking to be pushed to their personal best.

Monday-Friday 5:30-9, Saturday 7-6, Sunday 8-2.

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Cape May Day Spa 607 Jefferson Street Cape May (609) 898-1003

This award-winning spa offers the Couple’s Victorian Experience, beginning in an oversized whirlpool, followed by a Swedish massage, and ending with light refreshments.

Monday-Friday 10-6 Saturday 9-6 Sunday 9-5

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Dr louis j. Feldman 741 Washington Street Cape May (609) 884-4260

Dr Feldman and his team provide top-notch cosmetic and restorative dentistry. The Call for an appointment. office is on call for your Dental Emergencies and endorsed by Cape Island Urgent Care.

Call for more details.

Dr Gorny 937 Columbia Avenue Cape May (609) 898-0800

Dr Gorny will help you with your greatest asset - your eyes! She offers Comprehensive Eye Exams, contact lens fittings and a wide stock of unique frames to keep you seeing clearly.

Call for an appointment.

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Millenium ADMINISTRATORS (866) MHG-2489

Millenium Administrators is an insurance agency that handles Health Insurance for individuals, companies and employers both large and small.

Monday-Friday 9-4:30. Agents on call 24/7.

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nicole giorgio (609) 972-3885 Miracle Fitness Rio Grande

Entrust those sore muscles to the qualified hands of Nicole Giorgio, a member of the Association of Massage and Bodywork Practitioners with 15 years of experience. For a limited time, she’s offering Two One-Hour Massages for $100.

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North Beach Health Club 3860 Bayshore Road (609) 886-4842

They have great equipment, a clean environment and attentive instructors. Try their Boot Camp, an effective, easy-to-follow routine guaranteeing lost pounds in the first week.

Monday-Friday 7-10, Saturday 7-6, Sunday 8-4.

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Sea Spa 251 Beach Avenue in Congress Hall Cape May (609) 884-6543

Sea Spa is a full-service luxury destination spa. Spending a day there is like taking your own personal mini-vacation. They have a full line of Massages and Facials available.

Open & Saturday from 9:30am-6pm Sunday 9:30am-3pm

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Shear Sunsations 1400 Texas Avenue Cape May (609) 884-3011

Owner Marie Conway prides herself on a friendly, skilled staff and fair prices. Everyone likes the Foils and Cuts. Patrons are often asked, “Where did you get that done?”

Wednesday 9-4, Thursday-Sunday 9-5.

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LCMR Athlete Of The Week: Rylee Gould

CAPE FITNESS Only 81 days til Memorial Day!

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Lower Cape May Regional’s Rylee Gould had great success after the girls’ basketball team upset Atlantic City with a score of 52-47. Rylee, daughter of Harriet and Byron Gould of North Cape May, was the leading scorer with 13 points. Strongly influenced by friend and former LCMR basketball standout Stephanie Dugan, as well as by her late father, Gould started playing basketball in fifth grade and continues to prove herself through her strong work ethic. She sat varsity as a freshman, and since then has been a major contributor, helping the Caper Tigers finish with a 6-15 record while averaging 10 points per game. Senior co-captain Marisa Staley said, “Rylee is the hardest worker on our team,” and it is with this work ethic that Gould hopes to make the All-Cape Atlantic League All-Star Team. As for continuing basketball at the next level, Gould is unsure. She has committed to Wesley College in Delaware, where she will play soccer and is considering basketball. PHOTOGRAPH and story by Victoria Mann

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Activity Of The Week


A weekly column by Catherine Dugan. This week: Take a Yoga Retreat

hat’s the difference between a retreat and a vacation? A vacation allows you escape something – to take a break from your work, your chores, and your daily routine. A retreat encourages you to get into something. This weekend at Congress Hall it was yoga. At the Cape May Yoga Retreat, you join yogi Sharon Fruchtman for a complete weekend focused on yoga, including classes with master teacher Doug Swenson. All skill levels are welcome to this annual event, which begins with a discussion on Friday evening. Then, with the ice broken, it’s right into the first yoga workshop, reassuringly named ‘Introduction.’ Saturday’s workshops go more in depth, and promise to teach you to “unlock the power and magic of conscious breathing,” or to learn “smooth, circular” movements that “flow like a soft, poetic dance.” By this time it becomes clear that although beginners are welcome, more experienced yoga practitioners will be far from bored.

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Yoga should be a part of your fitness routine, not all of it, so the lunch break is a chance to get in some aerobic activity with a walk on the beach or a stroll along the mall. (Hey, shopping burns 150 calories per hour.) It’s a good time to deal with the emotions yoga can bring to the surface. Any perch on the promenade with a view of the water is a good place for quiet contemplation. The afternoon is devoted to digestive health and nutrition. On Saturday evening,

45 min. massage - $38 60 min. massage $48

the retreat offered a demonstration on preparing raw foods. At the hands of a skilled chef like Lucas Manteca, there is no deprivation in foods like tuna with mango and multi-colored bell peppers, tomato gazpacho with Cape May salt oysters and sour orange sorbet with dehydrated orange chips. Thirsty? How about a beverage like a carrotini, a fennel digestive, or cucumber mojito? The demonstration is a reminder that “healthy” and “tasty” are not opposites. Then, it’s off to sleep or to enjoy music at the Brown Room. By Sunday morning, new friendships are forming, making the yoga workshops even more enjoyable, especially ‘Interactive Partner Yoga,’ which promises the “most laughter produced at any yoga workshop!” A discussion wrapped up the weekend at 1pm. Yoga is spiritual for some, a simple exercise for others. It’s an individual thing, but it is a lot of fun to do it together. And even though it’s not a “vacation,” you do find yourself escaping something – yourself. Could any vacation be better than that? Next week: The Fiber Arts Knitting Retreat

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“A warm smile is the universal language of kindness.” - William Arthur Ward

2/19: Case Club Member Party At Cape May Winery photographS by Aleksey moryakov

Cheryl and Dave Repici, Aimee Moreno


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Call Dr. Feldman’s office today! You’ll be glad you did... And so will the people you smile at!

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2/19: Case Club Member Party At Cape May Winery

Dino, Toby Craig

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Enrich Your Life... Adopt An Animal

Three beautiful dogs from the Cape May County Animal Shelter and Adoption Center... call 465-8923


Kahlua is a very sweet and social two-year-old gal who loves to play. She’s rambunctious but that’s just because she likes to have fun. Since she can be a little rough we recommend a home without smaller children. Overall she needs someone with a firm hand who can offer her some guidance and training. If you’re looking for a loyal companion who wants to please, look no further. Adoption fee is $95.


Money has been bounced around a couple of times in his short one-year life. He originally belonged to someone who could no long care for him so he gave Money to this shelter. From what the previous owner told us Money is housebroken but does have accidents if scared. If you have the time and patience to help him overcome his fears and to help him come out of his shell, stop in for more information. Adoption fee is $95.

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Tiki is a very cute one-year-old boy who has had a pretty tough life so far. It’s thought that he may have been used as bait due to the bites that he came in with, which is so sad considering he is a nice boy! While Tiki has lots of nervous energy, is very submissive, and doesn’t know any commands he wants so much to please everyone he meets. If you can give Tiki a loving home, meet him today. Adoption fee is $95.

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Enrich Your Life... Adopt An Animal

Three beautiful cats from the Cape May County Animal Shelter and Adoption Center... call 465-8923


Bobby Sue was adopted and went home with another cat from the shelter. They didn’t get along and she was brought back after a couple of months. She is a manx – that means she doesn’t have a tail. She’s also de-clawed. Although she loves the staff here, she’d really love to be in a house. Come see her today! Adoption fee is $20.


Bitsy was recently brought to the shelter after being found with a wire wrapped tightly around her tail. The shelter took her to the vet immediately for help, and her tail had to be removed. She’s now fixed up and feeling good, hoping that she’ll be adopted soon. All that’s needed now is YOU to come and rescue her. Adoption fee is $70.


Kiwi and her sister Kara were brought to our shelter after their former guardian passed away. She needs a new indoor, quiet home. She’s extremely friendly with a beautiful coat that is cream, gold and brown. If you think you can offer Kiwi a good home where she’ll be loved and cared for, visit the shelter today. Adoption fee in $70.


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Bird Droppings


The weekly report from the world’s birdwatching capital... by Seymore Thanu

ou know how you are always just a step off pace with everything? You thought about buying gold back when it was under $300 an ounce (but you didn’t). You planned to make a hybrid your next car but in a year when gas prices were low, you went for an SUV instead. Well here’s a hot tip. Act now and you can get in on the ground f loor just when stock prices are going to rise and rise. I’m talking about bird watching. We are now at the very beginning of a new spring migration. You start this highly addictive hobby NOW and you have three months of ever-accelerating, in-your-face WOW. Bird watching? Yep. It’s what’s trending. I’m not kidding. There’s a movie coming out in early fall about three guys trying to see who can find the most species of birds in a single year. You heard it here first! Bird watching is going to be as sexy as sex! It’s going to send field guide sales through the roof and make binocular prices rise faster than a gallon of gasoline. And you can get in before the craze.

Start birding now and you’ll know enough to open your own bird-watching consulting firm or open a clothing shop in Cape May that specializes in green, brown and tan clothing that doesn’t swish when you walk. Heck, you might even get Jack Black or Owen Wilson to model it! But first you need to understand your market, and this means becoming a bird

watcher. Ever go to a hardware store for a 10-penny nail and they look at you with a blank stare? Try marketing to birders without knowing anything about birding. When you become a bird watcher, you’ll learn why clothing that doesn’t go swish is crucial. Of course, if you just want to become a bird watcher because it’s fun, no one’s stopping you. In fact, for about a century and a half that’s why most people started watching birds. Take it from me, you’re not going to make money just watching birds. I should have listened to my grandmother. No, not that one. The other one. The one who didn’t have the dead piping plover on her fashionable hat. Back when I was just a wee little Thanu, I published an article about hawk migration. It was my very first publication: my coming out as a student of bird study. With a proud f lourish I handed a copy of my work to grandmom who looked at the title. She shook her head and lamented. “Ah, ya should have stayed in carpet.

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Bird Droppings ? From Page 71 You’d be making good money now.” Oh, right. You didn’t know that when I got out of college I installed carpet for a couple of years. Paid the bills and gave me time to travel and bird in the slow season. But the slow season wasn’t in spring, which brings me back to the point of this article. Now, it doesn’t matter what your vocation is. Anybody can be a bird watcher. There are bird watchers who are Democrats, Republicans, maybe even a couple of renegades; birders who own Fortune 500 companies and birders who don’t have a dime in their pockets. There are bird watchers who trot around the globe and bird watchers who never leave their back yard. Which, being in Cape May, New Jersey is no great hardship. Heck, there are yards hereabouts that have recorded over 300 species. Heck, there are places in Cape May where you can stand and have over 100 species of birds go by you in a single day. In spring. Which is coming. And so are the birds. Now it’s up to you. You can get in on the ground f loor on this bird watching thing or let another opportunity pass you by. Me?

Trust us, bird watching is about to be BIG! Well, I made my choice a long time ago. Birding saved my knees. It got me to a lot of really cool places on this planet and introduced me to a lot of really fine people who were, at one point, no more interested in birds than the next person. Nobody is born knowing about birds. That’s why bird watching is a hobby that will captivate you for the rest of your life. Ready to get started? All you need to do is head over to the Cape May Bird Observatory at 701 East Lake Drive overlooking lovely Lake Lily in Cape May Point – THE information spot for anything to do with nature. The center is open every

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day from 9:30am to 4:30pm. Ask any of our staff – they are always glad to help with anything you need – even things you didn’t know you needed yet. While you are there, pick up the schedule of daily walks, a free birding map and checklist. Did you know that the CMBO offers naturalist-led field trips throughout the year; everyday in spring and fall – sometimes twice a day! And don’t forget the newest books on and about birding and nature. Pick up a bargain from the used and vintage book selection or some of the wonderful Charley Harper merchandise. Need a gift for a nature enthusiast friend or loved one but are clueless as to what they want or need? Pick up a gift card, redeemable at any of our New Jersey Audubon Centers throughout the state. And if you aren’t fortunate enough to be in the area, visit where birding is just a click away! Seymore Thanu is none other than New Jersey’s own Pete Dunne, Director of the Cape May Bird Observatory and Chief Communications Officer for New Jersey Audubon. Author of several books on and about nature (available at the CMBO) he weaves information, insight and even fantasy into a net that captures minds and hearts. He has written for virtually every birding publication and for The New York Times.

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The Movie Column


Tom Sims, Director of the Cape May Film Festival, reviews “Rango”

ho doesn’t love it when all the elements are there – unbelievable animation, breathtaking cinematography, great performances and a compelling story? I’m going to strongly recommend you see Rango for all of these reasons (and maybe a little because there is so much junk in theaters as we head into spring). For all of its great qualities, there is something about the film Rango that isn’t quite on the mark. Maybe because all of those elements are right there, you expect it to move you more. You want this movie to move you, to – oh, I don’t know – stir something in you? Okay, okay, maybe I just compare every animated film to the Toy Story series — is that so bad? Yeah, maybe it is. Anybody have a support group for that? Or maybe a pill? An elixir? Rango is the story of a little pet lizard (masterfully played by Johnny Depp) that very early in the film is ripped from his safe, secure home and placed immediately in the unforgiving desert. I know that sounds like

In “Rango,” Johnny Depp plays a down-on-his-luck lizard out to make a difference. an incredibly sharp transition, but trust me, it works. Once in the desert, he is confronted by many dangers: hawks, snakes, drought (it is a desert after all). But of all these dangers, the one that threatens this little nameless lizard the most is himself. In a town where water is the most

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precious commodity, self-realization seems to be the solution to all those dry woes! Through tall tales (where the little lizard gives himself the name Rango) and good fortune with an angry hawk, Rango finds himself the sheriff of the small town of Dirt. After thieves steal the town’s water supply, Rango forms a posse to chase the bad guys. In the end, Rango must face his own fears and his own identity to get to the bottom of the town’s trouble and make good on his promise to bring prosperity back to Dirt. In the end you’ll leave the theater praising the film for its elements — one drop short of being stirred. On another topic, the Film Festival has a fantastic matching grant opportunity that will truly place us in the black (somewhere we haven’t been for years). We have a plan to stay in the black well into the future, but we need this boost to get us there. The potential grant is from New Jersey Cultural Trust, and it is being matched by local arts champions Mal and Dottie Knapp. Can you help? Call me at 609-884-6700 or email capemayfilm@ to learn more.

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FREE Spring Lecture Series Get into the Spring swing of things and learn something new! All presentations are held at the Village Welcome Center at 7pm. Wednesday, March 23: John Barry: An American Hero in the Age of Sail - Commodore John Barry played a vital role in our nation’s fight for independence on sea, land and even in Cape May County! Presented by Tim McGrath, author of the new biography on this sea-going Patriot.

Wednesday, March 30: Jersey Shore Place Names: Why Did They Name it That? - Ever wonder where some of the strange place names in Southern New Jersey come from? Author Lee Ireland will explain the unusual names found across the map of the shore area.

Wednesday, April 6: Nicky Fifth’s Garden State Adventures - History isn’t just for adults, it’s for kids, too! Lisa Funari Williver, author of the Nicky Fifth series of children’s adventure stories, will discuss how she uses books to stir children’s interest into local history by incorporating New Jersey’s many historic sites and events into her novels.

Wednesday, April 13: Monmouth Court House: The Battle that Made the American Army - Did you know that one of the biggest battles of the American Revolution was fought in New Jersey? Historian Joseph G. Bilby will look at the engagement outlined in his most recent book, titled above.

HCSV received funding for this program from the New Jersey Historical Commission in the Department of State. Funding has been received through a grant from the New Jersey Department of State, Division of Travel and Tourism.

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687 SOCS LANE, COLD SPRING You don’t want to miss this artisan cottage nestled south of the canal being sold under assessed value. This home offers a large living room and a big eat-in kitchen with breakfast nook. There are two bedrooms plus a loft over the living room which can be used as a third bedroom for your out of town guests or extra storage. Hardwood floors and a gas fireplace make this funky little place a great get-away cottage. $299,000

7 CARLTON DR., NORTH CAPE MAY Are you looking to downsize? Are you just starting out? Are you looking for a second home at the shore? Look no further as there are many possibilities here! This 2 bedroom, 1 bath home located on a quiet street is just perfect! This home is surrounded by mature trees and is within minutes of popular beaches, shopping, and dining. $181,500

1 BEVERLY ROAD, TOWNBANK Magnificent is the only word to describe this home. Everything in this home is top of the line quality and construction with an emphasis on the “green” aspect of building. This home offers 4 bedrooms and 4 baths with plenty of room for entertaining and plenty of bay views to watch the gorgeous sunsets. You don’t want to miss this one! $1,199,000

17 SUMMER CIRCLE, N. CAPE MAY Pride of ownership is evident in this WELL maintained Brentwood model rancher. This spacious home offers 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths, a living room with brick fireplace, lovely kitchen with breakfast bar, dining room, bright and cheerful Florida room, separate laundry room, and a finished two car garage. The lovely wooded lot offers plenty of privacy from the surrounding homes, is nicely landscaped, and includes a sprinkler system. $349,000

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The Dating Column


Stella Dixon’s take on romance on old Cape Island

his week I opened a piece of cherry-flavored Dove chocolate. Like a lot of Dove chocolates, this one had a cutesy saying written on the wrapper, a saying meant to stir warm, fuzzy feelings in the heart of she who reads it. “Remember your first kiss,” it read. Why on earth, I thought, would I want to do that? My first kiss was with a boy named Brian. He slobbered over so much of my face in the back row of Cape May’s Beach Theater that I felt too traumatized to kiss anyone else for a year. That’s the thing about first times, though. We build them up so much in our minds that the actual event is often a big disappointment. Like going all the way, for example. For me, it was more like going to the dentist: I spent the whole time wondering if I’d done a good enough job brushing my teeth. When it was finally over, I was just relieved there hadn’t been any major surprises. His name was Pete, and he’d made me a terrible jambalaya dinner at his parents’ summer cottage. His mother, hoping that Pete’s older siblings would provide her with

grandchildren soon, had decorated this shore home with kid-friendly motifs. The Pottery Barn bed in the room where Pete and I found ourselves after dinner was a wooden ship, complete with pirate-themed sheets and treasure map imprinted pillows. “C’mon,” Pete said, pulling me toward the stern, “be my first mate.” “You have got to be joking,” I said. Pete looked at me as though I’d stolen his buried treasure. “Arghhhh,” he said.

“One more pirate joke,” I told him, “and I am so out of here.” “I promise,” he said, “no more kidding around.” Then he patted the bed’s skull-andcrossbones comforter, smiled, and said, “X marks the spot.” If this had been a movie, I would have been looking into Pete’s eyes, feeling the kind of nervous excitement one generally feels while engaged in a moment she’ll never forget. Instead, I spent the whole time trying to remember the difference between port and starboard and cringing every time Pete made a joke about going below deck. Our relationship was one that made me feel, eventually, like voluntarily walking off of a plank. So maybe this pirate-themed bed was appropriate after all. If there’s one thing I’ve learned from all my years of dating the swashbucklers of Cape May, it’s that the seas of our relationships are often more stormy than we’d like. But if we give up hope that the sailor of our dreams is out there, our ship is already sunk. I know in my heart that, when it comes down to it, love is just about the only booty worth waiting for.

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Tom and Debbie DuBois, Linda and Armand Priane 10 Congress St., Cape May Regent Beach 1 bedroom, 1 bath $699,000.

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Homes Of The Week

Check out these beautiful homes in the Cape May area

501 E. Raleigh Unit #401 Diamond Beach La Vida Del Mar Condominiums 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathroom beach front, first floor condo with ocean views and a pool. Don’t miss out on a great opportunity to use for yourself or as an investment property. $696,900. Come visit our Open House this Sunday, March 13 from noon – 2pm

33 Old Mill Drive, North Cape May Cute two bedroom, one bath ranch style home on a very nice 90x125 lot, nicely landscaped, rear fenced in yard, screened in porch. This home is close to shopping and the bay. $205,000.

111 Rosemans Lane Unit 19, Cape May OSPREY LANDING AT CAPE MAY MARINE One of 36 Townhouse units with boat slip included (options to 70’). 5 BR, 4.5 BA, private elevator, 3 decks, 2-car attached garage. Common area offers two pools, a clubhouse, and beautifully landscaped grounds. $2,295,000.

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Cute 2 bedroom, 1 ½ bath rancher offering wood flooring in the bedrooms, dining area & kitchen. Exceptionally well cared for and tastefully decorated, this property is being sold fully furnished minus a few personal items. Listed by Brian & Gregory Giancola for $149,900

After a top to bottom renovation, this gorgeous 5 bedroom, 3.5 bath home offers top of the line amenities while maintaining its’ historic integrity. It offers ocean views from the second and third floors and it’s just a short stroll to one of Cape May Point’s finest beaches. This home has many upgrades, including cherry hardwood floors, top of the line appliances, and marble baths. There’s room for your family to relax and unwind or you can entertain guests! $1,600,000.

Coastline Realty Carol Menz, Broker (609) 884-5005 1400 Texas Avenue, Cape May

Chris Clemans Sotheby’s International Realty 1159 Washington St. (609) 884-3332

Jersey Cape Realty 739 Washington St., Cape May 609-884-5800

Coldwell Banker Sol Needles 512 Washington St. Mall (609) 884-8428

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902 Ocean Avenue, Unit 706, Cape May


New construction! Amenities abound in this semicustom, ranch style, single family home located only two blocks from the bay in Historic Town Bank. Situated on an oversized and spacious lot that offers endless possibilities for outdoor entertainment areas or potential home expansion. This magnificent family home offers 3BR/2 BA with a large backyard complete with an outdoor rear deck. $399,900

This very well maintained 3 Bedroom house is priced to sell and has great amenities. The free standing wood fireplace is a wonderful asset to this well kept home. Located close to Cape May, Beaches and shopping. Great house for starter home, retirement home or investment rental property. Priced to sell at $220,000!

35 seat restaurant located in the heart of town on the beachfront. This cozy and inviting eatery has been a favorite haunt amongst locals and tourists alike for the past five years. The contemporary menu focuses on locally grown and caught produce and seafood along with other fabulous dishes. The fully equipped kitchen and dining room offer a turn key opportunity for anyone who has longed for the opportunity to own their own restaurant. Act now so you can get a head start on spring. $129,900

This Canyon Club Unit offers 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, an open 1st level with ceramic tiled floors, living area with gas fireplace, dining area and custom kitchen with cherry cabinets, and solid surface countertops. The second level house two guest bedrooms and hall bath with laundry. On the third level you will find the master suite complete with vaulted ceilings, private deck, and a large bath with roman tub, and tile shower. $498,000.

This pristine 2 bedroom, 2 bath corner quad has been fully and tastefully redone for your maximum enjoyment! Inside you’ll find cathedral ceilings in the living room, beautiful custom kitchen with island, master bedroom with full bath, and spiral stairs leading to a large loft. All this and more on a large corner lot with fenced in yard, patio and outside shower. Make you appointment today! $370,000

CENTURY 21 Gilmartin & Co. 1382 Lafayette Street, Joseph Gilmartin Broker/Owner (609) 884-1800

HomeStead Real Estate 846 Broadway West Cape May 609-884-1888

DeSatnick Real Estate 324 Carpenter’s Lane Cape May (609) 884-1300

Wilsey Realty 501 Lafayette Street Cape May (609) 884-1007

Theresa Senico Apex Realty 2505 Bayshore Rd., Villas (609) 408-4655

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Rentals Of The Week 609.884.1300 1627 New Jersey Ave., Cape May Spectacular oceans views abound from this 4 BR/3.5 BA home with lushly landscaped gardens! $1,875,000

968 Route 109, Lower Township Outstanding commercial opportunity, three units, 150x100 lot. $599,000 324 Carpenters Lane Suite 2C Cape May NJ 08204 Todd H. de Satnick, Broker of Record

Dedication... Excellence... Professionalism

(609) 884-5800 739 Washington St, Cape May

Adorable homes in America’s Original Seaside Resort ready for your enjoyment

104 Howard Ave 1st Floor, CM - 3 bed, 1.5 bath sleeps 6, $1200 to $2200/weekly Central Location. Short walk to Beach, Mall & Restaurants

588 Myrtle Avenue Cape May 3 br, 2.5 ba, w/d, d/w, cac, internet, sleeps 6, Low $1000/High $1850

108 Fourth Ave, Rear unit, WCM - 1Bed 1Bath sleeps 5, $475-$700/week, Save $$$. Reasonable alternative to Beach rental, available for Seasonal

520 Elmira Street Cape May 3 br, 2 ba, w/d, d/w, cac, internet, sleeps 8, pet friendly, Low $900/High $2100

Call Heijung for availability: 609-602-8641 Heijung Park-Colameco, Broker associate By The sea Realty, Lee Marcotte, Inc 315 Ocean Street 609-884-3050

Jersey Cape Realty 739 Washington Street, Cape May (609) 884-5800

15 Broadway Unit #14, Cape May 2011 Season- 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, condo sleeps 7. $1500-$2500 per week.

235A Fourth Avenue, West Cape May 3 bedroom 2 bath Pet Friendly

214 Stites Avenue, Cape May Point 2011 Season- 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, Single Family home sleeps 6. $1800-$2800 per week.

209 Cape Avenue, Cape May Point 5 bedroom 3.5 Bath, Ocean Views

Chris Clemans Sotheby’s International Realty 1159 Washington Street, Cape May 609-884-3332,

By the Sea Realty 315 Ocean Street, Suite 2B, Cape May 609-884-3050

503 Leaming Avenue, North Cape May 3 BR/1 BA year-round rental. Just a short stroll to the Delaware Bay! $1,100/month

304 Cape, Cape May Point 4 bedroom, 2 bath / sleeps 8 $1200 - $1950 per week

306 Lincoln Avenue, Cape May Point 2 BR/1 BA with outdoor shower, sleeps 6, only steps to the beach! $775-$1,775/week

1513 Beach Unit 6, Cape May 2 bedroom, 2 bath Beachfront $2000 - $2800

Open Daily

Desatnick Real Estate, LLC 324 Carpenter’s Lane, Suite 2C, Cape May 884.1300,

THREE STORY BEACHFRONT DUPLEX!! 213 South Beach Avenue, Cape May

“THE CAMBRIDGE SUITE” UNIT #4 735 Washington Street, Cape May

16 DeSoto Avenue, Villas Four bedrooms and three baths. “Brand New’. Natural gas heat and central air. $1,300.00 a month + Utilties.

Income plus residence. FIRST FLOOR: 3 BR, 1.5BA, enclosed front porch, galley kitchen. SECOND & THIRD FLOORS: 3 BR, 2 BA, galley kitchen, third floor deck. Outstanding ocean views from each floor!!!!! $1,750,000.

Centrally located unit offers 3 BR, 2.5 BA, eat-in kitchen, Florida room, hardwood floors, basement storage, central air, and assigned parking for 2-cars. $439,000.



Perfect for the large family or super large s u m m e r house rental. 6 BR, 7 BA, large parlor, and dining room, 3 fireplaces, inviting front porch and off street parking. $1,195,000.

5 BR, 3 BA, completely modernized with gas heat/ central air, parlor with pocket door, large DR, front & bank staircases, lg wrap around porch, lg rear yard with 2 outside showers, off street parking. 5-year history of client information provided with sale. Excellent rental history. $829,000.

Monday thru Saturday 9am to 5pm Sundays 11am to 3pm.

Wilsey Realty 501 Lafayette Street, Cape May (609) 884-1007 914 Lafayette Street, Cape May - Year Round 3 Bd, 2 Ba w/enclosed front porch & rear deck. $1600/mo plus utilities, security required.

203 West Greenwood Avenue, Villas Two bedroom, one bath + den. $950 a month +utiltiies.

817 Seashore Road, North Cape May Year Round, 3 BR, 2 BA house with large yard and storage shed. $1300/month plus utilities, security required.

Theresa Senico, Apex Realty (609) 408-4655

Homestead Real Estate 846 Broadway, West Cape May (609) 884-1888 •

41 Jackson Street, Unit 2, Cape May 1st floor unit with private deck, C/A, electric heat, internet, parking for 1 vehicle, BBQ grill, sleeps 6. $700-$1350/week, call for Off-Season daily rates.

201 Ocean Street, Cape May Retail Space. $3,500 per month. Located in shopping district.

1604 Maryland Ave, Cape May - 5 BR, 4 BA, C/A, internet, outside shower, gas heat, fireplace, deck, w/d, porch, parking for 5, sleeps 15. $2700-$6500/week. Coldwell Banker Sol Needles, Cape May (609) 884-8428 •

824 Stockton Avenue, Cape May 5 Bedrooms, 6 Bathrooms, Sleeps 18 1 Block to Beach. $3,500 - $5,500 Coastline Realty 1400 Texas Avenue, Cape May (609) 884-5005

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A Little Bit About Exit Zero Publishing Who we are, what we do, and where we go

Established July 4, 2003, proudly inspired by the late, great Pennywise magazine. Exit Zero Publishing is owned by Jack Wright and Jason Black. We also publish high-quality books as well as this fine periodical. Telephone: (609) 770-8479 Fax: (609) 770-8481 E-mail: Website: Mailing address: 109 Sunset Boulevard Suite D, Cape May, NJ 08204 Editor/Publisher: Jack Wright, Advertising Manager: Jason Black, Project Manager: Dan Mathers, Assistant Editor Jon Roth, Photographers: Aleksey Moryakov, Sandy Maloney, Danielle O’Neal, Alex Steiger Graphic Artist: Doree Bardes Distribution People: Richard Hemenway, Amy Wingate, Debbie Hudson Columnists: Kate Chadwick (advice), Catherine Dugan (activities), David Gray (Old Fogey), Molly Stone (food), Diane Stopyra (dating) Labeler: Mary Smith Every Wednesday, Exit Zero is delivered to around 300 places. Get it delivered to your mailbox in a plastic mailer. It’s $50 for 47 great B&W issues, and five in glorious color. Call (609) 770-8479 to subscribe. Downtown Cape May Swain’s, Mariah’s, Bath Time, Guardian, Bamboo Shack, Cape Savings Bank, Collier’s, All Irish, Cape May Stage, Wilsey Realty, Nest, Pat Jackson Jewelers, Washington Commons Gallery, Celebrate Cape May, Go Fish, Sea Weeds, Oma’s Doll Shop, Cape Orient, Fiber Arts Yarn Shop, Acme, By The Sea Realty, Oyster Bay, Cape May Welcome Center, Depot Market, Congress Hall, Victorious, Pink, Star Inn, Bayberry Inn, Bank of America, Victorian Hotel, SOMA Art Gallery, Magicbrain Cybercafé, Island Grill, Trade Winds, Primrose, Center For Community Arts. Washington Street Mall The Fudge Kitchen, Mary Ann’s, Dellas 5&10, Lace Silhouettes, Center City Mall, Second Story Sweets, Casale’s Shoes, Free Shop, Happy Baby, Cape May Sandal Shop, It’s a Breeze, Madame’s Port, Swede Things, Cucina Rosa, Whale’s Tale, Cafe Tuscany, Italian Garden, Andrew’s Ltd, Jackson Mountain Cafe, Love The Cook, Ugly Mug, Pilot House, Caroline Boutique, Atlantic Books, Carli’s,

Kaleidoscope, Coldwell Banker, Colors, A Ca Mia, A Place On Earth, Between the Lines, Good Scents. Washington Street Southern Mansion, MAC, Chris Clemans’ Sotheby’s International Realty, Bill Mae Cottage, Thomas Webster Inn, Inn at the Park, City Hall, Sturdy Savings, Washington Inn, Dr. Feldman Dentistry, Jersey Cape Realty, Victorian Towers. BEACHFRONT Sean’s Restaurant, King’s Cottage, Blue Moon Pizza, Hot Dog Tommy’s, Coachman’s Motor Inn, Carney’s, Martini Beach, Virginia Hotel, Mad Batter, Poor Richards Inn, Inn at 22 Jackson Street, Saltwood B&B, Windward B&B, Uncle Bill’s, Ocean View Restaurant, Sandpiper, Hotel Alcott, Summer Station, The Original Fudge Kitchen, Montreal Liquor, Montreal Inn, Capri Motor Lodge, Bloody Mary’s, Periwinkle, Grand Hotel, Palace Hotel, Mission Inn, Angel by The Sea, Peter Shields, Hotel Macomber, Marquis de Lafayette. Columbia Avenue Columbia House, Sun Bank, Dr. Gorny, Victorian Abstract, MP Myers, Cape May Day Spa, Twin Gables, Henry Sawyer B&B, Linda Lee, Brass Bed Inn, Mason Cottage, Mainstay Inn, Delsea B&B, White Dove Cottage, Manse B&B, Merion Inn, Cliveden Inn, Pharo’s B&B, Summer Cottage, John F. Craig House, Majestic Star. Gurney/oCEAN/STOCKTON Avalon Coffee, Cape May Beach & Kite, John Welsey Inn, Louie’s Pizza, Beach Massage, Inn of Cape May, Beauclair’s, Queen Victoria, Fairthorne, Cheeks, Cape May Library, Whiskers, Freda’s Café, Victorian Lace, Camelot Hotel, Bedford Inn, Chalfonte Hotel. East Cape May Nature Center, Model Cleaners, Cape May Laundromat, Wawa, Coastline Realty, Cape Bookkeeping, Shear Sunsations, Rizzo Chiropractic, C-View Inn, Century 21 Gilmartin.

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Vol 9, No 5 - March 9, 2011  
Vol 9, No 5 - March 9, 2011  

A sprightly sheet full of the sprays of the old ocean.