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A sprightly sheet full of the sprays of the old ocean ¯ Thursday, April 11, 2013 ¯ Vol. 11, No. 10 ¯ Cape May, America’s Original Seaside Resort

The Launch Of “Ride With Mark” Benefits A Good Cause

See inside for more pictures from the inaugural ride of the island’s cool new bike tour service, Ride With Mark, which raised $600 in donations for Hope Matters of Cape May County, a suicide survivors’ support group. Aleksey Moryakov

Just Friends At Our Lady Star Of The Sea

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Kiwanis Sponsors Easter Egg Hunt

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VIP Night At Carney’s

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15th Annual Ocean Drive Marathon

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The Almanac

Thursday, April 11, 2013

Goings-On Around Town

THURSDAY April 11 Cloudy

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High Temperature: 65 Low Temperature: 57 Chance of Rain: 20% Sunrise: 6:28am Sunset: 7:33pm High Tides: 9:27am, 9:43pm Low Tide: 3:14am, 3:16pm

FRIDAY April 12 Rainy

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High Temperature: 61 Low Temperature: 45 Chance of Rain: 70% Sunrise: 6:27am Sunset: 7:34pm High Tides: 10:07am, 10:20pm Low Tides: 3:56am, 3:53pm

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High Temperature: 54 Low Temperature: 43 Chance of rain: 0% Sunrise: 6:25am Sunset: 7:35pm High Tides: 10:46am, 10:57pm Low Tides: 4:37am, 4:30pm

SUNDAY April 14 Mostly sunny

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High Temperature: 52 Low Temperature: 46 Chance of Rain: 10% Sunrise: 6:24am Sunset: 7:36pm High Tides: 11:26am, 11:36pm Low Tides: 5:18am, 5:07pm

MONDAY April 15 Sunny

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High Temperature: 57 Low Temperature: 48 Chance of Rain: 0% Sunrise: 6:23am Sunset: 7:37pm High Tide: 12:09pm Low Tides: 6:02am, 5:47pm

Are you a Cape Mayan obsessed with the PBS show Downton Abbey? Parker Smith borrowed the Exit Zero Roku just so he could see it! If you’re like Parker, you might be interested in the DA-inspired tea happening on April 19. See below. 4/12: Beef And Beer From 8pm until 11pm at the Bayview, this benefit will help offset medical costs for Susan Shields, who is recovering from a recent car accident. Tickets are $26. Call Marty Shields at 609-7788623, or the Bayview at 609-522-1287. 4/12: Teen Dance This monthly event features a safe and friendly environment for seventh through 12th graders from 7-9:30pm. Admission is $5. Tickets can be purchased at the Cape May Convention Hall beginning at 6:30pm on dance nights. Local DJ and Police Athletic League representative, Tony Genaro, will be playing house music. Line up and request your favorite songs. 4/12-4/14: Murder Mystery Weekend Elaine’s Dinner Theater and Haunted Mansion needs your help to crack the case; you will be provided with clues throughout this weekend stay at Elaine’s. Friday evening, there will be a meet and greet cocktail reception where you’ll mingle with potential suspects. Saturday evening, enjoy dinner and a show. Stick around after for more clues. Complimentary, made to order breakfast is served each morning... along with more clues! Whoever guesses correctly receives a prize. Do you have what it takes? Call 609-884-1199. 4/13: Beef And Beer For Ray Reyes This event will help the family of Ray Reyes as he faces a liver transplant. Ray has touched so many people in his career and community service. Whether you know Ray through Macedonia Baptist Church, WCFA-LP, the Veterans of Foreign War Post # 386, the Pilot House Restaurant, the Woodbine Development Center, the Center for Community Arts, or know him as a relative, friend, coworker or radio personality, your support is very much needed and appreciated. The Beef and Beer will be held from 4-8pm at the VFW Post 386, 419 Congress Street. Tickets are $20 and may be purchased in Cape May at: the VFW, the Pilot House, or at WCFA-LP, 101.5 FM, 717 Franklin Street. Your ticket includes food, draft beer and music by Maurice ‘Mojo Jazz’ Porter. Cash Bar. If you cannot attend and would still like to donate, please make your check payable and mail to Raimundo Reyes, c/o WCFA-LP, 717 Franklin Street, Cape May, NJ 08204. For more information, please call the Center for Community Arts/WCFA-LP 101.5 FM at 609-884-7525. 4/13: Green Festival The Cape May City Green Team is hosting a Green Festival on Saturday, April 13. The Festival takes place rain or shine at Convention Hall. The theme is “Cape May — Home of the World Series of Birding” to stress the importance of ecotourism — and in particular, birding — on the region’s economy.

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4/7: Ride With Mark Kicks Off Around The Cape May Point Circle

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This two-hour ride around the Cape May Point Circle was not only the official launch of Cape Island’s new bike tour service, Ride With Mark, headed up by West Cape May resident Mark Jacopec, it was a fundraiser for Hope Matters, which provides support for those who’ve lost loved ones to suicide. (They meet Monday nights at 6:30pm at the Seashore Community Church of the Nazarene.) “I was really impressed with people’s fortitude,” Mark told us. “Some of those bikes you could tell hadn’t been ridden in a while, but we all had a great time.” To celebrate this coming together for a good cause — and the beginning of biking season! — the event was followed up by a party on the deck of the Red Store. For updates on all of the Ride With Mark happenings (like their cool “What’s The Point” tour of — what else — Cape May Point)... check out the Facebook page.

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Find out what makes Cape May such an environmentally- conscious town, and how you can be more green in your own home. Event is free and lasts from 10am to 4pm. 4/17: Cape May County Museum Spring Lecture Series — “Music, Music, Music” Gain insight into the history of American music from the Victorians through the Rock ‘n’ Roll era. On this day, the first of four sessions, Rich Chiemengo of the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts and Humanities will discuss the Victorian fascination with the spiritual and supernatural, and its influence on the music of the era. All lectures begin at 7pm and are free and open to the public. The Cape May County Museum is located at 504 Route 9 North, Cape May Court House. Visit cmcmuseum.org or call 609-465-3535. 4/18: Forum On The Green — Farm-To-Table Dinner This seasonally-inspired meal, done in conjunction with Slow Food South Jersey as a fundraiser for the 2013 Cape May Forum, will feature the tasty concoctions of the Blue Pig Tavern’s Executive Chef Jeremy Einhorn, who will utilize fresh produce from West Cape May’s Beach Plum Farm. 6-9pm at Congress Hall. Visit capemayforum.org. 4/19: Casino Night This Boardwalk Empire-style night of food, music, and gambling will benefit Wildwood Cathoilc High School. Try your luck at blackjack, Texas hold-em, poker, craps, roulette, and the money wheel... all conducted by Tumbling Dice’s professional croupiers. Prizes include a fishing trip, dinner for a year, a golf package for four... and heaps more. The musical entertainment will be provided by Brandon Tomasello, channeling Frank Sinatra all night long. A live auction will offer everything from a New York City trip to a Caribbean island vacation, and there will also be a 50/50 that could reach $10,000, if all tickets are sold. Admission is $50 in advance, or $60 at the door, and includes $25 in chips as well as delicious food provided by restaurants throughout the county. Begins at 6pm with cocktails and appetizers, followed by casino games at 7pm. Visit wildwoodcatholic.org or capemaycity. com, or call Valaire Sorensen at 609-408-4295. 4/19: Downton Abbey-inspired Tea Join the Friends of the Physick Estate for this event, Upton Tea, held in the Carriage House Café and Tearoom at 1048 Washington Street at 3pm. There will be gifts for those who come in period dress appropriate to the historical timeframe of the series along with Downton Abbey trivia for entertainment. Music from the series will set the mood as you enjoy scones, tea breads and tea sandwiches. Guests who put forward their best British accent will be eligible for a prize. Admission is $25 for Friends and $30 for nonmembers. Call 609-884-5404 or visit capemaymac.org. 4/19: Cape May Forum Salon Series Water, water all around... and so many interesting people and projects in Cape May County that deal with just that! Cape May Forum presents a free series of relaxed and informative evenings — From Shipwrecks to Shorelines — featuring the experience of the region’s experts, followed by lively discussion, and some local refreshments. This day, Dave Bushek of Haskin Shellfish Research Laboratory at Rutgers will give a talk at Cape May Stage’s Robert Shackleton Playhouse (405 Lafayette Street) called “The History and Status of Oyster Fishery in Delaware Bay.” The Salons all take place on Friday evenings from 7 to 9 pm, in locations around the city. All are welcome. 4/19-4/21: Ghost Hunter Weekend Elaine’s Dinner Theater is a welldocument haunted house that was built in the 1880s. Spend a weekend searching for spirits with help from the pros! Call 609-884-1199. 4/20: First Annual Friends of the Lighthouse Pig Roast Join the

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Friends of the Cape May Lighthouse for a traditional pig roast to raise funds in support of educational interpretation of the lighthouse. 3pm to 7pm. Moose Lodge, 569 Seashore Road, Erma. Entertainment by Twelve Strings. Admission is $20. Call 609-884-5404 or 800-275-4278 or visit www.capemaymac.org. 4/20: Discussion — “Focus on Fort Miles and other World War II Atlantic Coast Defenses” Hear Dr. Gary Wray, president of the Fort Miles Historical Association, and Dr. Terry McGovern, of the Coast Defense Study Group, discuss fortifications along the Atlantic Coast during World War II at Cape May Lutheran Church, 509 Pittsburgh Avenue at 1pm. Become a Friend of the World War II Lookout Tower and admission is free. Non-member admission is $5. Call 609-884-5404 or 800-275-4278 or visit www.capemaymac.org. 4/20: Captain Mey Day The merchants of the Washington Street Mall have declared April 20th “Captain Mey Day.” (Our town derives its name from the Dutch Captain Cornelius Mey.) Between 1 and 4pm, enjoy festive activities — authentic Dutch Klompen dancing, Captain Mey himself mingling with the crowd, and a highly-anticipated apple pie contest. Visit washingtonstreetmall.com. 4/20: Cape May Wine Trail Board the MAC trolley at the Physick Estate, 1048 Washington Street, then enjoy lunch at Aleathea’s Restaurant. After, visit Hawk Haven Winery and Natali Vineyards and the new Willow Creek Winery to learn about viniculture and visit the tasting rooms. Includes lunch, wine tastings at each vineyard, and wine tasting glass. Limited event; reserve early! 12pm to 5pm. $75 per person. Call 609-884-5404 or 800-275-4278 or visit www.capemaymac.org. 4/21: Jazz Vespers Event At the First Presbyterian Church, Hughes and Decatur Streets, The Lower Cape May Regional High School Jazz Ensemble and Jazz Choir will perform. 3pm. Limited free parking is available. A $5 minimum donation is suggested. Wheelchair accessible. Call 884-0680 or visit capemayjazzvespers.com. 4/21: Brunch, Bingo and Lace C’mon girls … this is all about you! Leave the kids and your significant other behind and enjoy a morning of brunch, bingo and a fashion show just for you, from the lovely ladies at Cape May’s Lace Silhouettes and the Cotton Company. At the Inn of Cape May. $Admission is 25, and includes brunch buffet, fashion show, bingo and eligibility for prizes. 9:30am. Call 609-884-5404. 4/21: Al Harrison Dixieland Band The Cape May Traditional Jazz Society presents this red hot, swinging fun show at Cape May VFW from 2 to 4pm. Call 609-884-7961. 4/21: Sunday Sports Talk At this two-and-a-half hour open forum, held at Convention Hall, fans will connect with some of the area’s most recognized members in sports media. Discuss topical stories with several award-winning journalists. Starts at 2:00pm, and admission is just $5 at the door. All ages are invited. Conversation will also hit on careers in journalism, communications, and broadcasting. Cabanas will provide for purchase a special assortment of tailgate style food with non-alcoholic beverages. 4/21: Wine Tasting/ Art Show Cape May Lutheran Church will host this event, featuring the work of members of the congregation, at Willow Creek Winery from 1 to 4pm. Tickets cost $25 and are available from Kathy Moran (609-846-1871). 4/21: Grand Slam Breakfast Cape Island Masonic Lodge # 30 will be holding a Grand Slam Breakfast at 1105 Seashore Road in Lower Township from 8am until noon. Cost is $7 for adults and children under 7 are free. Tickets may be purchased at the door.

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Thursday, April 11, 2013 Goings-On Around Town ? From Page 6 4/24: Cape May County Museum Spring Lecture Series — “Music, Music, Music” Gain insight into the history of American music from the Victorians through the Rock ‘n’ Roll era. On this day, the second of four sessions, John Philip Sousa will visit and discuss his life, his time in Cape May and his rousing patriotic music. All lectures begin at 7pm and are free and open to the public. The Cape May County Museum is located at 504 Route 9 N., Cape May Court House. Call 609-465-3535.

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Music Together of Cape May Classes This program gives your child the tools to explore rhythm and melody, tapping their inborn potential to be music-makers. Music Together also enhances development of language, coordination, and social and emotional skills, while boostsing confidence. Spring classes are now in session, and registration is open. Call 609-425-2642. Cape May Brewing Company Tours And Tastings Wednesday and Thursdays from 4-8pm; Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 12-8pm. Call 609-849-9933. Celebrating Community Service: Black Fraternal, Social and Civic Organizations of Cape May County Every Saturday through April 14, this Carriage House Gallery exhibit explores the significance of the above organizations on African American Social Life. Admission is free. For hours, call the Center for Community Arts at 609-884-5404. Youth Arts Program From 5 to 8pm every Saturday, children ages 10-14 will create art AND enjoy dinner, courtesy of the Center for Community Arts. The theme is “up-cycled Mixed Media Art.” For more info, call 609-884-7525. Open Mic Night It’s become a local institution, every Friday night at the Pilot House from 8-10pm. Art At The Library The Center for Community Arts presents this art education program for children ages 6-9 at the Cape May Library from 3:30pm to 4:30pm on Thursdays. The class will read a book, discuss the illustrations and create art inspired by the story. This year’s theme? Animals in art! For more info, contact 609-884-7525. Mommy And Me Nature Classes For curious naturalists-to-be and a guardian... there will be stories, songs, crafts, activities, and outdoor experiences. $7 for members, $9 for non-members. At the Nature Center of Cape May. 10:30am-11:30am. Call 609-898-8848. Spring Aquatics Gentle Water Exercise Class on Tuesday and Thursdays from 5:30-6:10pm; Aqua Exercise on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:157:15pm; Aqua Cardio Jam on Wednesdays from 6:45 to 7:30pm (Bring water shoes!); Aqua Yoga on Wednesdays from 5:30 to 6:30pm; Kinder Learn To Swim (for kids 4-5 years old) on Wednesdays from 4-4:45pm. At Cape May City Elementary. Call 609-884-9565. Fitness Classes Yoga Stretch and Sculpt on Wednesdays from 11amnoon; Zumba Gold on Thursdays and Saturdays from 9-10am; Intro to Yoga on Saturdays from 10-11am; Pilates Reform Bar on Fridays from 4:45 to 5:30pm; Zumba With Angie on Wednesdays from 6:30-7:30pm; Jazz Aerobics on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 9:30am to 10:30am; Wee Play (for parents and toddlers ages 18 months to 3 years) on Thursdays from 10-11:30am. At Franklin Street Civic Center. Call 609-884-9565. Story Book Hour Conducted by the Cape May Library, this program includes storybook readings, games and playtime. Wednesdays from 10:30am to 11:30am. Call 609-884-9565. Birding Tours By trail or by boat! Contact the Cape May Bird Observatory at 609-884-2736 for a complete list. Terrible Tuesdays It’s an Ugly Mug tradition. Live music, good drinks.


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Talk Of The Town

RAMBLINGS, GOSSIP, SHOUT-OUTS, AND OCCASIONALLY IMPORTANT ODDS AND ENDS

Squeaky Clean LAST week, we had our windows cleaned by Longfellow Window Cleaners, LLC, which has been around for over 16 years, and wow, were we impressed. Alix Longfellow and Shane DeVault did a superb job... especially considering how many times the Exit Zero mutts have painted our windows with their slobbery, albeit adorable, noses. Check out longfellowwindowcleaning. com.

Parking Solution?

Taylor Smith takes a break on one of his benches with Bob Gleeson (far left), who helped build the first batch of furniture, and his brother Zach Smith (far right), who has also contributed. See our story on page 16.

A Cape May Feast

FOR most of us, spring cleaning means putting some elbow grease into the deepest, darkest corners of our living space… plenty of work, even if one’s space is not 92,000 square feet. That’s the size of the hangar at the Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum where 22 aircraft, among other displays, currently reside. “It will take five days to clear them all out,” Director Bruce Fournier told us. “Then we’ll do about two days of prep work — our spring cleaning — to get it all nice and ready.” Ready for what, you’d like to know? On May 7, the museum will host the 13th Annual Feasting On History event, a major fundraiser for Historic Cold Spring Village, and an unofficial kick-off to Cape Island’s season. “This year, we are celebrating the 40th anniversary of the village’s founding,” Kate Devaney,

HCSV’s Deputy Director of Public Relations and Programming, told us. “I think it’s important to understand where we’ve been, and to understand the experiences of our ancestors, so that we’re better able to understand where we are now. Feasting on History is a wonderful way to toast all of the preservation work the village has accomplished over the last 40 years.” Preservation work, like the saving of 26 buildings from the Early American era including, most recently, the Coxe Hall Cottage, built in 1691 and believed to be oldest surviving structure in Cape May County. In these buildings, which span 30 beautiful acres, interpreters and artisans in period clothing showcase the trades and crafts pursued in south Jersey between 1789 and 1840. “It’s especially wonderful to see children discovering history,” Kate said, “and to see them having fun that doesn’t

include an iPhone or a video game.” Part of the village’s mission, she explained, is education via school trips, classroom visits and interactive teleconferences. “In one program, kids learn about games children played in the Early American period and subjects they studied in school, but they’re always most fascinated by discipline… how a child could have been smacked across the hands with a hickory stick or forced to stand on a wooden block with a dunce cap for misbehaving or not keeping up in school.” Adults are equally enthralled by the village’s offerings. “Something I’ve learned,” Kate told us, “is that Concessions and Agreements, a text written by Jacob Spicer, Jr and Aaron Leaming, both lawyers and Cape May County residents, was a source of inspiration used in crafting the US Constitu-

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WE GET it... paying for parking is just a reality in a town like Cape May, and we don’t mind doing it. Still, carting around a pack of quarters for half the year is a hugely annoying turn-off. So we were thrilled to hear that the city is looking into making Cape May compatible with the Parkmobile App, which allows you to pay a meter with a credit card from your smart phone... or to top off your meter while sitting on the beach. The city met with the Parking Committee last Friday to discuss, and now, according to member and Chamber President John Cooke, they’re in the process of researching it (what to do in areas that are reception dead zones, for instance). “It could be a home run,” he told us. The service costs .35 per transaction, paid to the Parkmobile company as a convenience fee, and we think that’s well worth the price.

New Hot Spot We’d like to extend a big welcome to Emilia’s Garden Café, which will be moving into the former Higher Grounds location on West Perry Street. And just in time, too... we’re coming up on ideal weather for al fresco dining.


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Subscriber Of The Week

Each week, we will feature a lucky subscriber (and Exit Zero T-shirt winner!) in this spot. This week’s subscriber: Melissa Keller of Langhorne, PA. How long have you been coming to Cape May? I think it’s probably been... since around 2000. What do you like about it? Everything is great about Cape May, but one of my favorite things is the history of the town. It’s so interesting. And I love how friendly everyone is. What’s your favorite thing about Cape May? The beach. Least favorite thing? Hard to say. I guess that would probably have to be... The parking. Or lack of. What is your favorite restaurant? Tisha’s. And your favorite store? That’s got to be the Exit Zero store! What do you like about Exit Zero? Well, I’m very happy that Terry O’Brien is back. I love to read everything he writes. But everything else in the magazine is great, too. I love everything about it. What’s your least favorite thing about Exit Zero? I’m not really sure. That’s a tough question. I don’t really read the Old Fogey, I don’t know why. There’s not any reason for it, I just don’t. What’s your T-shirt size? Medium, please. Want to join our army of subscribers — there are hundreds of them in nearly 30 states! Call us on 609-770-8479 or buy one online at ezstore.us. It’s $50 for all 47 BW issues PLUS our six fabulous color issues, which retail for $4.95. Deal!

Facebook Mystery Contest KNOW your way around Cape May? Check out the photograph above. If you think you know the establishment where these folks are, you could win a gift certificate for a local business. Go to the Exit Zero Facebook page before Monday for instructions on how to enter at facebook.com/exitzeropublishing. Good luck!

Talk Of The Town ? From Page 13 tion. Pretty cool, huh? The Spicer Leaming House on the village grounds belonged to Jacob’s grandson.” So it’s fair to say that a fundraiser benefiting HSVC is a great cause… but, importantly for the approximately 700 people who will attend Feasting on History, the event is also a great time…. this due, in large part, to the 40 area restaurants who will be serving food. “It’s the highlight of the spring, as far as we’re concerned,” said Harpoon Henry’s owner Teresa Henry. “We’ve participated for the last eight or nine years, and the event seems only to be growing. It’s a lovely opportunity to mingle, and to taste the offerings of so many restaurants you may not have time to visit during the summer. You’ll see the same favorites represented every year, and always a new place or two. Many of them bring their most popular dishes.” In the meantime, the prepa-

rations continue. “Our volunteers have been wonderful,” Kate said. “One thousand invitations went out in January, and we had a group of people who spent three days stuffing those and addressing them by hand. And a couple — Liz and Merrill Miller — have volunteered to spend three weeks folding the 850 linen napkins I just ordered. They’re just awesome.” And Feasting on History will be, too, no doubt. To buy your tickets, priced at $75 per person, contact Kate at 609-898-2300, or visit hcsv.org. Oh, and if you’re wondering where all of those 22 aircraft will end up during the festivities, look no further than the 40 feet of property on the north side of the aviation museum. “These are military aircraft,” Bruce told us, “so they won’t mind a bit of rain.”

Cape May Seals

IN THE past two weeks, a couple of readers have sent us pictures of seals resting on our beaches, one near Queen Street, the other just

south of the lighthouse. We shared the photos on Facebook; 249 of you “liked” the former, and 368 of you, the latter. One hundred and seventy two shares later, we got the hint… everyone really enjoys seals. And hardly anyone, judging by the 40 mostly befuddled comments these photos garnered, is familiar with them. We called the Marine Mammal Stranding Center — a nonprofit based in Brigantine which has responded to 4,000 calls about dolphin, whale, turtle and, of course, seal, strandings in New Jersey — for more information. “It happens more than you’d think,” Seal Stranding Technician Danielle Monaghan told us. “Up and down the coastline, we see gray, harbor, and harp seals. Just today, we received three calls. Not too far offshore, like in Great Bay and the Sandy Hook barrier spit, there are several colonies.” While it’s possible the animals who come ashore are in trouble of some sort (think shark

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Page 16 Talk Of The Town ? From Page 14 bites, net entanglements, ingestion of plastics, illness and the like), seals on the sand are often just looking for some R and R. “The animals don’t sleep in the water, so they come out for rest,” Danielle said. “Beaches, docks, jet ski ramps… wherever they can take a nap, they will.” It’s an explanation that many have found suspect. “People want to know why a seal who’s healthy doesn’t make a break for it when they approach,” Danielle says. “The answer is that the seal doesn’t want to… it’s likely that he just swam a great distance, and he wants to take his nap.” And just for the record, it’s actually illegal to test this out. “No one is allowed within 150 feet of any marine mammal, unless you have the proper permit,” Danielle told us, explaining that the folks of the Marine Mammal Stranding Center are the only ones in the state who do.

Thursday, April 11, 2013 So how should you react when you spot a seal? “Call us, and we’ll come check out the animal, just to make sure everything is okay,” Danielle said. If it’s not, the center will rehabilitate and release it. Perhaps most importantly, remember that these are wild animals. “Seals aren’t puppies,” Danielle said. “We’ve had many cases where people have been bit… one woman in the face, another in the arm. When that happens, we have to quarantine the animal, and it’s really not fair. It’s a perfectly healthy seal.” If you simply can’t resist these adorable creatures, try adopting one of your own. The Marine Mammal Stranding Center runs a program that allows you, for a donation of $25, to secure food, medicine and care for one special seal. Check out the pictures and video on marinemammalstrandingcenter.org for a seriously awww-inducing moment. Because the seals are here in the winter, usually between November and April (they head

toward New England in the warmer months), we’re expecting to see fewer and fewer. But if you do happen to run across a rubberskinned sunbather, call 609-2660538. And send us a picture.

The Wood Man

A COUPLE of weeks ago, while pulling into Sunset Liquor to buy an outrageous amount of wine (hey, it was the weekend), we spotted 22-year-old Taylor Smith posting an advertisement for his custom-made woodworkings. We love stories about local people doing cool things, so we gave Taylor a call to find out what

he’s up to. “Right after the hurricane,” Taylor told us, “I was walking on the beach with my dogs, and I came across an Australian Red Cedar. I liked the wood so much, I wanted a way to make it into something special, and I decided a bench would allow me to keep the natural look. Since then, I’ve made eight benches, and I’m doing lamps and wood pieces for walls… I’m having fun experimenting. I’m just starting to branch out.” No pun intended. But it’s more than just a hobby; woodworking is a craft

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We Have the Oldest Roots in the County!

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Talk Of The Town ? From Page 16 Taylor’s learned from doing various construction projects on the island (he was laying 102-yearold Tarracotta tiles at the Mission Inn when we called him, and he did help his cousin build a post and beam barn house just over the Cape May Bridge from a Lincoln Log-style kit). And it’s also a talent that’s in Taylor’s blood. “My grandfather, Mickey Blomkvest, was a Cape May Mayor, and he worked on some of the most amazing places in Cape May between the 50s and the 80s, including the original Convention Halls.” Actually, Taylor’s whole family is comprised of Cape May movers and shakers. His mom, Stina Smith, owns Jersey Cape Dance Studio, and you may have seen his father, Parker Smith, acting on stage at Elaine’s Famous Dinner Theater. So it’s fair to see that Taylor — himself a graduate of Lower

Cape May Regional High School who’s been working on a commercial fishing boat out of Lund’s Fisheries since he was 18 and who serves tables at Crab House at Two Mile Landing in the summer — knows this area like the back of his hand. And he knows that what he’s offering might just appeal to your typical Cape Mayan. “This town is made of artsy people who are organicallyminded,” he told us. Plus, we’re a group who’d rather support the grassroots up-start — like the guy building benches out of his Washington Street apartment — than any kind of faceless chain. So, if you’re in the market for some cool new furniture, check out Custom Woodworks By Taylor on Facebook, or give him a call at 609-408-0563. He does do special requests. “I could never do a nine to five,” Taylor said. “But the physical act of working with my hands… I really enjoy what I do. And that the possibilities are endless.”

Uncle Bill’s & FAMILY RESTAURANT

CAPE MAY BULLETIN BOARD ■ CALLING ALL RESIDENTS The VFW, Peterson-Little Post 386, will be conducting an American Red Cross blood drive on April 19 from 1-6pm at the VFW Post Home at 419 Congress Street. For more information, call Rich Nowakowski at 609-846-5128. ■ CALLING ALL SOFTBALL PLAYERS Team registration is now open for the Second Annual Cape May Dragon Boat Festival and Races, which will be held on Saturday, September 28 at Cape May Harbor from 9am to 5pm. Teams — 21 players strong — can be comprised of friends, family, co-workers, schools, non-profits, people who just want to have fun, you get the idea. Individuals who apply will be placed on a team. A carnation ceremony to honor breast cancer survivors will also be held. Visit capemaydragonboat. com. Space is limited. ■ CALLING ALL HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS The Cape May VFW is offering five scholarships — totaling $11,000 — for high school seniors in Cape May, Cape May Point, and Lower Township. Applications, which can be obtained from high school guidance counselors or from Rich Nowakowski (609-846-5128) must be submitted by April 30. ■ CALLING ALL BOATERS NJ Boating Safety Courses are offered at the US Coast Guard Training Center from 8:30am to 4:30pm on April 20, May 18, June 22, July 20, and August 10. This course is required for all vessel Operators and personal water craft operators in the State of New Jersey and offered by USCG Auxiliary Flotilla 82, Cape May.

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Remembering George Mesterhazy

Bonnie, Maureen Kennedy, Laurie Johnson

April 8, 1953 – April 12, 2012 We are grateful for the music and the love George shared with all of us, and so thankful that his musical soul mates have continued his tradition of nightly live piano music and weekly jazz trios at The Merion Inn. We love you, George, and will never forget you. Janice, Sherri, Lori Erdley

Live Music Schedule April 11-14 Thursday, April 11

Barry Miles, solo piano 5:30-8 pm, and Barry Miles Trio with Tim Lekan, bass, & Bob Shomo, drums from 8 pm-closing

Friday and Saturday Dean Schneider, solo piano from 5:30 April 12 and 13 ‘til 10:30 pm (11 pm on Saturday) Sunday, April 14

Jon Pruitt, solo piano 5:30 – 10:30 pm

DINNER, COCKTAILS AND LIVE PIANO MUSIC THURSDAY-SUNDAY (7 days after 5/23) Full bar, free parking, kids’ menu Early bird/night owl from $17.95 $16.95 Express Menu all evening (add $2 Sat. before 9) 106 Decatur St. at Columbia Ave., Cape May

Reservations 609-884-8363 or www.merioninn.com Sandy Crandall, Poppy Champlin


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Dinner from 5pm Friday and Saturday Nancy Hillman, Susan Cholet

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Rehearsal Dinners • Reunions Baby Showers • Bridal Showers Any Occasion Really!

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91 Beach Drive, North Cape May (609) 886-5529 www.harpoonhenrys.net

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Authentic Italian Cuisine

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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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ALEATHEA’S 7 Ocean Street, Cape May (609) 884-5555, Ext. 226 www.innofcapemay.com

Aleathea’s serves good food for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Enjoy a cocktail on their beachfront porch. Happy hour specials Sunday thru Friday 3-5pm.

AVALON COFFEE 7 Gurney Street, Cape May, 898-8088, 3704 Bayshore Road, North Cape May www.avaloncoffeecompany.com

They have great sandwiches as well as great coffee, cappuccinos, lattes, bagels, smoothies and much more. Plus two locations to choose from in the area.

AXELSSON’S BLUE CLAW 991 Ocean Drive, Cape May (609) 884-5878 www.blueclawrestaurant.com

Fine dining near the harbor. Elegant dining room, delicious food, and the classic Clipper Ship Pub with an affordable pub menu make Blue Claw a great place to dine.

BELLA VIDA CAFÉ 406 N. Broadway, West Cape May (609) 884-6332 www.bellavidacafe.com

You’ll leave feeling satisfied, and proud for having made a healthy choice. There are lots of homemade selections, with plenty of vegan and vegetarian items.

THE BLACK DUCK 1 Sunset Boulevard, West Cape May (609) 898-0100 www.blackduckonsunset.com

A chic interior and stylish food, but the ambience is anything but pretentious. Modern American cuisine. Plus one of the the coolest addresses on the island!

THE BLUE PIG TAVERN 251 Beach Avenue, Cape May (609) 884-8422 www.congresshall.com

Check out why Congress Hall’s restaurant is a favorite of locals as well as hotel guests. They serve classic tavern food for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

BOILER ROOM 251 Beach Avenue in Congress Hall Cape May (609) 884-8421

A main hot spot in town. The Boiler Room is where it’s at for a cocktail and the music to dance it off.

Cocktails

Cards: V, MC, AE, D

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BROWN ROOM 251 Beach Avenue, Cape May (609) 884-8422 www.congresshall.com

It’s Cape May’s living room... Cape May’s stylish, sexy, Gatsby-esque living room. And the cocktails are as good as the decor.

Cocktails

Cards: V, MC, AE, D

FULL BAR

NO

NO

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CABANAS 429 Beach Avenue, Cape May (609) 884-4800 www.cabanasonthebeach.com

The party is here — always warm and friendly in this lively beachfront bar, featuring great food and some of the best live bands around.

B, L, D

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

FULL BAR

YES

YES

CAPE MAY BREWING COMPANY 1288 Hornet Road, Rio Grande (609) 849-9933 www.capemaybrewery.com

It’s the first microbrewery at ther Jersey shore, and it’s creating quite the buzz... they won Best IPA at the 2012 Atlantic City Beer Fest. Check out the new tasting room.

Brewery

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609-884-5519 108 Jackson Street, Cape May

• Dinner from 5-9pm Friday, Saturday and Holiday Sundays • Early Dinner Specials 5-6pm • Light Fare Pub Menu 5-10pm • 1/2 Price Raw Bar Items in the Pub 5-6pm

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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?

Honey

$7-$35 Cards: V, MC, AE, D

N/A

N/A

YES

Olive Oils and more

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N/A

N/A

NO

Winery

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

WINERY

N/A

NO

CAPE MAY HONEY FARM 135 Sunset Boulevard West Cape May (609) 425-6434

Cape May Honey Farm offers local raw honey, imported honey, and home and beauty products that have been homemade using beeswax.

CAPE MAY OLIVE OIL COMPANY 324 Carpenter’s Lane Cape May 800-584-1887

This spot features 20 different varieties of olive oils and balsamic vinegars, pastas, spreads, jams, mustards, infused salts and sugars, and much more.

CAPE MAY WINERY 711 Townbank Road, North Cape May (609) 884-1169 www.capemaywinery.com

This beautiful winery is open daily from 12-5pm (6pm Fri and Sat.) Make a reservation to tour the winery on Saturdays at 3pm. Look for their new wine releases!

CAPE ORIENT 315 Ocean Street, Cape May (609) 898-0088 www.capeorient.com

Great food every time, whether you are looking for Chinese, Thai or sushi. The service and atmosphere are superb, too.

L, D

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

BYOB

YES

YES

CARRIAGE HOUSE 1048 Washington Street, Pysick Estate, (609) 884-5404 www.capemaymac.org

Located at the famous Physick Estate, The Carriage House offers everything from hearty wraps, salads, quiche and paninis to classic teas.

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

BYOB

YES

YES

CUCINA ROSA 301 Washington Street Mall (609) 898-9800 www.cucinarosa.com

Nicely located at the beginning of the mall, this classic Italian restaurant is a must-visit. Simply superb food.

D

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

BYOB

YES

YES

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. Check their ad for their nightly specials.

L, D

$4-$18 Cards: V, MC

FULL BAR

NO

YES

DEPOT MARKET CAFÉ 409 Elmira Street Cape May (609) 884-8030

Owners Chris and Lisa Shriver are keeping the old favorites at this locals’ joint AND adding new specials. Check their Facebook page for daily specials.

B, L, D

$6-$14

BYOB

NO

YES

THE EBBITT ROOM 25 Jackson Street, (609) 884-5700 www. virginiahotel.com

Enjoy your mealon the Ebbitt Room porch, overlooking tree-lined Jackson Street, or enjoy the simple elegance of this dining room.

D

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

BAR

YES

NO

GECKO’S Carpenter’s Square Mall Cape May (609) 898-7750

Superb and authentic southwestern food on the patio makes for a sublime culinary experience in a garden like setting. Now go grab a burrito!

L, D

$8-$24

BYOB

YES

YES

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Meals served

Price range of entrées

Bar or BYOB?

Should I book?

Food for kids?

Organic Food Shop

Please call for info

N/A

NO

YES

B, L, D

$6-$30 Cards: V, MC

BAR

NO

YES

L, D

$10-$21 Cards: V, MC, D

BAR

NO

YES

BAR

YES

YES

GREEN STREET MARKET 3167 Route 9 South, Rio Grande (609) 463-0606 greenstreetmarket.com

This family owned and operated gourmet food store provides all natural, healthy, fresh and delicious whole foods specializing in organic, locally grown and fair trade certified products.

HARBOR VIEW 954 Ocean Drive, Cape May (609) 884-5444 www.harborviewcapemay.com

A Key West vibe, great views of the harbor, good food and regular entertainment. Friday is pizza night and Shrimp Stravaganza! Burger Mania is on Sunday.

HARPOON HENRY’S Beach Drive & Browning, N. Cape May (609) 886-5529 www.harpoonhenrys.net

Famous for its sunsets, this spot will re-open on April 26. There’s no better place to sip on a cocktail while watching that sunset. Dog friendly on patio and at umbrella tables.

HARRY’S OCEANFRONT GRILLE Madison & Beach Avenue, Cape May (609) 88-HARRY www.harryscapemay.com

In 2010, when the Hirsch family opened Harry’s, it became an instant hot spot. How could it not, when the restaurant offers daily happy hour specials, one amazing view of the Atlantic, and that relaxed, delicious menu...

B, L, D

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

HAWK HAVEN VINEYARD 600 S. Railroad Ave., Rio Grande (609) 846-7347, www.hawkhavenvineyard.com

Open year round. Tasting room open daily 11am to 6pm. Wine tasting & sales, wine by the glass & bottle, gourmet cheese plates to enjoy on premise.

L, Winery

$6-$32 Cards: V, MC, AE, D

Winery

NO

NO

HEMINGWAY’S 1045 Beach Avenue, Cape May (609) 884-5611 www.hemingwayscapemay.com

Casual & family-friendly, Hemingway’s offers great seafood, prime beef and nightly specials. Enjoy their happy hours daily from 4-7pm and DJ/Dancing every weekend.

B, L, D

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

BAR

YES

YES

LOUISA’S CHOCOLATE BAR 108 Jackson Street, Cape May (609) 884-5519

Have a sweet tooth? This is the place for you. The chocolate is of the highest quality... in both familiar and adventurous flavors. Plus chcocolate is good for your soul!

Chocolates

$2 - ? Cards: V, MC, AE, D

N/A

NO

YES

LUCKY BONES 1200 Route 109, (609) 884-BONE www.luckybonesgrill.com

A huge hit and locals’ favorite for a reason. Excellent food, great bar vibe, superb service. Lucky Bones gets it right every single time.

L, D

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

BAR

For tables of eight or more

YES

MAD BATTER 19 Jackson Street, Cape May (609) 884-5970 www.madbatter.com

The original fine dining restaurant in Cape May and still one of the best. Enjoy the food, always creative and tasty, at a table or at the bar... where drinks are half-price between 3 and 6pm. Look for live music, Thursday through Sunday.

B, L, D

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

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.

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AN AWARD WINNING MICRO BREWERY

Visit Our All-New Tap Room! The Red Mare Band Rocks the Brewery on April 20 Starting at 5pm

TAPROOM HOURS

W ednesday & T hursday 4-8 pm • F riday , S aturday & S unday 12-8 pm Pints • Tours • Tastings • Gif t Cer tificates • Merchandise

West Cape May boys

Live Music on Saturdays

HOST YOUR NEXT PARTY AT THE BREWERY! 1 2 8 8 H ornet R oad , R io G rande C apemaybrewery . com 609.849.9933 ( at t h e c a p e m ay c o u n t y a i r p o r t )

Oyster Bay Steak & Seafood Restaurant

Serving Dinner Nightly from 5pm

Happy Hour 4:00-6:30 Monday thru Friday

Alex

Check Out Our Fabulous New Bar... Featuring A New Bar Menu! Unique Martinis... Fresh Seafood... Tasty Steaks... Free Parking!

609-884-2111 615 Lafayette Street, Cape May oysterbayrestaurantnj.com

Ken Bingham, Sam


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

Meals served

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MERION INN 106 Decatur Street, Cape May (609) 884-8363 www.merion inn.com

The dim, amber lighting, dark wooden bar, period fittings and classy staff give a special ambience. Plus we love just sitting at the lovely bar.

MONTREAL LIQUOR STORE Beach Ave and Madison Cape May (609) 884-6114

Grab a bottle of your favorite vino on your way to a BYOB, or st ock up on beer and spirits for your next party.

Spirits

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

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OCEAN VIEW Beach & Grant Avenues (609) 884-3772 www.oceanviewrestaurant.com

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

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$9-$30 Cards: V, MC, AE, D

BYOB

NO

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ORIGINAL FUDGE KITCHEN Washington Street Mall and on the Promenade, Cape May 800-23-FUDGE • fudgekitchens.com

It’s family owned and operated, and you can tell. The service AND the fudge are exceptional. And their saltwater taffy? It’s the perfect seashore treat.

Chocolates and candy

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OYSTER BAY 615 Lafayette Street, Cape May 884-2111 www.oysterbayrestaurantnj.com

A lovely dining room, a beautiful new bar, a new bar menu, great martinis and classic, generous dishes. Check out their happy hour Monday thru Friday from 4:00-6:30.

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PETER SHIELDS 1301 Beach Avenue, Cape May (609) 884-9090 www.petershieldsinn.com

The Georgian Revival mansion is magnificent and the modern American menu and excellent wine list matches it all the way.

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THE PILOT HOUSE 142 Decatur Street, Cape May (609) 884-3449 www.pilothousecapemay.com

A classic pub and restaurant offering award-winning burgers, excellent homemade comfort food, fresh local seafood and an authentic, friendly ambience.

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BAR

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THE RED STORE 500 Cape Avenue, Cape May Point (609) 884-5757

Awesome food in a secluded, serene setting. Join them for a scrumptious breakfast, grab a coffee and muffin, or relax on the porch with a delicious lunch.

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RIO STATION 3505 Route 9 South Rio Grande (609) 889-2000

While everything around it has changed, the Rio is still serving excellent food with old-style, friendly service. great wings too!

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SEASALT 1035 Beach Avenue (609) 884-7000 www.capemayoceanclubhotel.com

Black wood and granite tables, mother-of-pearl barfront, river rock decor... the vibe is as cool as the food is delicious. Reserve the chef’s intimate private table for up to 14. Opens May.

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Honey! Are you awake?

Guess what? It’s back! You remember. Where we had lunch last summer? But you really liked it, didn’t you? Well, they’re opening again soon, and I want to go!

It was already different from any other place in Cape May

ZzzZzz (!) Mmmm... now I am...

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Where? Who? Back where?

What, that tea place that I didn’t want to go to? Yeah, I admit it. It really was a lot more than just a tea place.... Wonder if there’s going to be anything different on the menu.

West Cape May girls

You’re right. I like different...

Carriage House Cafe & Tearoom

at the Physick Estate, 1048 Washington St. (RE-OPENING APRIL 26)

Chloe, Elaine Lawler, and Shane Lawler


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Meals served

Price range of entrées

Bar or BYOB?

Should I book?

Food for kids?

SEASIDE CHEESE COMPANY 600 Park Blvd (609) 884-8700 www.seasidecheesecapemay.com

A huge plus for the area when it opened, and this place continues to delight with savory gourmet cheeses and treats. Plus they now carry caviar too.

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SUNSET LIQUORS 106 Sunset Boulevard, West Cape May (609) 435-5052

A brand-new liquor store has hit town, conveniently located on Sunset Boulevard. Spirits, wines, beers, ice and snacks — and some of the coolest light fittings you ever saw.

Liquor Store

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TISHA’S 318 Washington Street Mall (609) 884-9119 www.tishasfinedining.com

This local favorite moved from Convention Hall to the mall and serves delicious food for both lunch and dinner.

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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. You’ll find some of the best live entertainment in town here.

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UKAI 1500 Route 47 South, Rio Grande (609) 770-7773 www.sushiukai.com

Enjoy delicious, fresh and nutritious authentic Chinese, Japanese, Malaysian and Thai cuisine — all homemade. They also serve delicious sushi. Try the Fire Wok.

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UNCLE BILL’S PANCAKE HOUSE Beach Avenue and Perry Street Cape May (609) 884-7199

Reliably excellent food — there is a reason why people wait... excellent breakfasts. Open daily. Sit outside and eat if the weather is nice.

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UNION PARK Beach Avenue & Howard, (609) 884-8811 www.unionparkdiningroom.com

It’s been included in NJ.com’s “Most Romantic” list three times, and it’s opening this weekend. Take in the restaurant’s gorgeous view of the Atlantic, elegant ambiance, and delicious food.

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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. Check out their recently expanded pizzeria

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WASHINGTON INN 801 Washington Avenue, Cape May (609) 884-5697 www.washingtoninn.com

Superb gourmet food, and a cool but cozy bar. Check out an amazing wine list of over 10,000 bottles; the Washington Inn has the largest wine cellar in South Jersey.

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WILLOW CREEK WINERY 168 Stevens Street, West Cape May (609) 770-8782 www.willowcreekwinerycapemay.com

It’s the only winery on Cape May island, and it’s 50 acres of stunning, unadulterated nature. Adopt a vine and see how it develops at every stage. Open daily.

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ZOE’S 715 Beach Avenue, Cape May (609) 884-1233

Zoe’s has large portions at affordable prices, for breakfast and lunch. And they have a great dog-friendly patio.

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The Red store is open Fridays and Saturdays serving breakfast and lunch. Sundays - Serving our special brunch O p e n f r o m 7. 3 0 a m u n t i l 5 p m . 500 Cape Avenue, Cape May Point, New Jersey 609-884-5757 • capemaypointredstore.com N e w a d d i t i o n s f o r t h i s s e a s o n . . . j u i c e b a r, r o o f t o p g r o w n w h e a t g r a s s g a r d e n , house made sodas, house smoked fish and much more!


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The Undertow

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Terry O’Brien’s weekly column... it’s about nothing and everything, all at the same time

O SICK my flu has a cold, which has a cough. It’s been a lovely, lovely, just beautiful week here at Undertow Central. First I zapped all my Undertow notes from my phone AND my computer (a real shame, because everything I write is perfect and hilarious), but then I went and got as sick as I’ve been since the last time I was this sick. So if I’m a little cranky this week, as opposed to my usual bright, cheerful, sunny self, you’ll know why. Things got off to a rollicking start with the opening of Morey’s Piers for Easter Weekend. Saturday was absolutely beautiful and throngs, I mean throngs of people took advantage and poured onto the deck at Mariner’s Landing to enjoy some rides and get their first corn dogs and funnel cakes of the season. My attraction, Ghost Ship, isn’t open until May 4, so I spent most of the day operating The Flying Galleon (the little pirate ships that go around the water park) and I hardly even broke it! For such a simpleseeming ride, it is quite the sophistimicated

doo-whackey. Me and a Thailander named ‘Mac’ must have run 1,000 people through that thing. Sadly, I scared none of them. Sunday, however, was the opposite of this. First, I was completely exhausted (for reasons discussed later). Second, it was miserably cold. Third, rain. But… a few hundred brave souls enjoyed what rides they could before the weather forced us to close early. While it was a bummer to have Easter Sunday rained out, it was nice to get home to my warm, empty house to celebrate Easter my way. Easter Tradition of the Week: See, I work all Easter weekend on the pier so the wife has taken to loading up the kids and going

up to her mom’s in Turnersville, leaving me with an empty, quiet house for the five hours I’m able to stay awake after work. For three years now my Easter dinner has consisted of a Domino’s pizza and a couple of those heinously delicious chocolate lava cakes. Which makes Easter Sunday my best Christmas present of the year. Thank You of the Week: To Domino’s. For being open on Easter. I had a real, no-fooling, white knuckle drive home from the pier as I passed the Wildwood McDonald’s, the Rio Grande Burger King, and had to use two hands to turn onto my street and not keep going to the North Cape May McDonald’s. But, I did, and maintained my streak of having had fast food once (New Year’s) in the last 466 days. In between Morey’s shifts I managed to squeeze in this little thing I like to call Billy Joel Night at the Anglesea Pub and MAN was it fun. I love, love, love The Beatles, but I just have a more personal connection to Mr. Joel, so this was the show I’d always dreamed of

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Exit Zero Likes to Travel! Exit Zero has traveled to numerous places throughout the world including The Bahamas, India, Bhutan, Aruba, Costa Rica, South Africa and more!

Let’s see how many different places EZ can travel to! Please email photo to diane@exitzero.us and include some info for the caption!


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SIGN PAINTING! Need a new sign to promote your business? Our Staff Artist Mike DeMusz is an expert sign painter. ✱ Mike comes from a family of sign painters, and his work can be seen on many local establishments ✱ From a simple, painted 2 x 3 sign, to an ornate, hand-carved sign, using gold leaf, Mike produces work of the highest standard. Call or email us for a quote.

CONTACT JASON BLACK TO DISCUSS YOUR SIGNAGE NEEDS Office: 609-770-8479 ✱ Cell: 609-408-7629 ✱ Email: jason@exitzero.us


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Carolyn, A., Marie Weisse, Carol Jamison

Ocean View FAMILY RESTAURANT

Violet, Anne, May, Joan Di Rosato, Rita Linnington

Open Every Day 7am-9pm

Mini Meals All Week!

Rosemarie, Helen, Bill, Marge, Helen W., MaryAnn H.

Beach Avenue & Grant Street, Cape May 884-3772 • www.oceanviewrestaurant.com


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Green Street Market Natural Health & Gourmet Local & Organic Produce & Cheeses Local Organic Grass Fed Meats Free Range Organic Poultry Gluten Free, Vegan, Raw Vitamins and Supplements OPEN 7 DAYS 3167 RT. 9 SOUTH RIO GRANDE NJ 08242 (NEXT TO AVALON COFFEE) 609-463-0606 www.greenstreetmarket.com email: info@greenstreetmarket.com

playing. And I’d like to sincerely thank all the open mic-ers who no-showed because I got to sing their songs. The band was tight, the crowd was into it, and man I just had a ball. The Anglesea is a very, very, very intimate space (I may have impregnated three dancers. Sorry.) and the acoustics are phenomenal. Thanks to Mike O’Brien, (the late) Will Knapp (Ding!), Al Olivero, Walt Sapisi, Jr and Greg Dress for their hard work. Can’t wait to do it again. Thanks also to the large contingent of Morey’s folk who migrated down for the show (Melissa, Colleen, Kyle, Will B., Jordan, Zack, Torsten, any I’ve forgotten), who truly make Morey’s a family. Don’t forget Beatles Night III is coming up on April 20 at the Bayshore Inn, 9pm-1am. If you want to sign up to perform look me up on Facebook or find the event and drop an email. The more the merrier! Anyway, I got through my five-gig, 80-hour work week, got home Sunday, scarfed my pizza, curled up with a blanket to watch The Walking Dead finale (terrible episode, still a great show), slept for 13 hours and… woke up with the flu. Fun! I was a walking dead for the better part of three days; I’d like to thank my wife and kids for not braining me in gruesome yet entertaining fashion. After a few days of overthe-counter medicating and zero recovery, I headed to Cape Urgent Care at the urging of my wife (half because I think she was truly worried about my health, half because I think she wanted my stinky, whiny ass out of the house for an hour), where I was treated by Dr. Teresa Carlin, an attractive, professional, serious-minded doctor person, and we proceeded to talk about my poop for 15 minutes (frequency, duration, consistency, etc.). Really… really a fun time. In the end they charged me $40 to tell me to drink Gatorade. And I was still whiny and stinky. Still am.

Rio Station Open Mic Recap of the Week: So at the (perfectly reasonable) request of Will Knapp, I asked Rio Station to not bill Thursday Open Mic as Acoustic Mayhem when he is not playing (there has been some confusion when people come to see Acoustic Mayhem and Bill Caterini is playing, leading to speculation over Will being fired/having quit/tearfully resigned/ gotten beheaded in the town square). “Of course,” Rio Station says. “No problem!”* So they bill us as Open Mic with Bill and Terry. Then Bill calls out, Will subs in, and now it’s a whole morass… every show from now on will be Terry and _ill. (*Rio Station is not a sentient being. This would be an allegory. I think.) Regardless, we had another fun show, highlighted by the pre-CD release show by local outfit Urethra Franklin, who are led by Brandon Smith (sound man for our Beatles shows). Their disc becomes available… sorry, drops on the 16th via iTunes, Amazon or Best Buy and is called Welcome to Rio Grande. They played some original tunes and covers and they all sounded pretty great. Grab/download the disc if you get a chance. And buy them a beer; they sank their life savings into the CD. Douchebag of the Week: Every single solitary one of you who pulls into Wawa for gas, then goes inside for your coffee and pink-frosted, chocolatedipped, jelly-filled sugar la-la. Bonus points for doing so in your pajama pants and slippers. Douche. Bag. North Beach Health Club Update: It’s this rotten flu that kept me away from the gym, not a lack of want-to. Assuming I get better and live through the weekend, I’ll get back at it on Monday. I ran into Mark Chamberlain at Avalon Coffee in North Cape May and he can vouch for how terrible I looked. That’s all for this week. I’m sure by reading this I’ve given you the flu. Enjoy! Til next week, don’t get caught in The Undertow.


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Pack up your snow boots... Put on your flip flops... Pick up a fork...

WE’RE BACK... ZOE’S IS OPEN! (Starting Friday, April 5)

Serving Breakfast & Lunch on the Weekends Dot, Nellie O’Donnell, Dotsie Dix

HUGE OMELETS & SANDWICHES! Pet Friendly Patio (609) 884-1233 • 715 Beach Ave., Cape May

Coffees • Smoothies Breakfast Sandwiches Specialty Sandwiches Bagels • Baked Goods Cappuccinos • Lattes Gourmet Cream Cheeses

Barbara Bedner, Nancy B., C., Kathy Hart

Open Saturday and Sunday 7 Gurney Street, Cape May (609) 898-8088 Open Daily 3704 Bayshore Rd., North Cape May (609) 846-0040

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Roberta, Joanne McEvlan, Alece Carrol

Madeline Schuhl, Pat MeGary, Pat Baron, Madeline Harsham, Joan Green, Betty Buckley

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Open Monday - Saturday 7am-7pm Join us at the VFW for Friday night snacks and Sunday night dinners!

Seaside Cheese Co.

Check us out on FACEBOOK or call 884-8030 for our daily specials!

We Can Cater Any Event!

Eat In or Take Out

409 Elmira Street, Cape May (Next to the Train Station) • 609-884-8030

Japanese • Sushi • Chinese • Thai Cuisine

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

We Now Carry ESCARGOT! Slide on over and get some. Ask About Having a Private Tasting! 600 PARK BOULEVARD, WEST CAPE MAY • 884-8700


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FORUM ON THE GREEN: Farm-to-Table Dinner at Congress Hall Thursday, April 18 6 to 9pm Tickets $60 “ALL POLITICS IS LOCAL.” OIL ON CANVAS. SANDRA BLOODWORTH.

Cape May Forum invites you to a special seasonal dinner. Congress Hall’s Executive Chef Jeremy Einhorn prepares a unique 5-course meal with the freshest of ingredients - all from local sources. ~ We have limited seating – Reserve Now! ~ M E N U

H I G H L I G H T S

… appetizers of local cheeses & freshly-baked breads | a raw bar of Cape May Salts Beach Plum Farm Root Vegetable Chowder | scallops choice of pan-seared chicken, fish, Shepherd’s Pie or Portabella mushroom wine from local vineyards …

For more information & reservations:

Slow Food South Jersey Shore

Cape May, Atlantic & Cumberland Counties

CAPE MAY FORUM 1636 Delaware Avenue, Cape May NJ 609-770-2626 info@capemayforum.org | capemayforum.org


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A new website designed specifically

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for Cape May and its growing footprint on the wine world.

capemaywineries.com

Sorry, no names

Beat your allergies with our pure local wildflower honey!

Brianna Purdy, Maddie Stankiewicz, Maddie Bailey

Offering our own local, raw honey... as well as other domestic & imported honeys, apiary products, handmade beeswax candles, beeswax and honey beauty products.

O pen F riday , S aturday & S unday 10 am -5 pm 135 Sunset Blvd. (behind the Exit Zero Store) C ape M ay , N ew J ersey • 609.425.6434

Georgie Houseman, Amanda Moustafa, Bridget Martin


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Twenty-seven juniors and seniors from Lower Cape May Regional High School were invited to show their work — mixed-media collages — at the Villas branch of the Cape May County Library, according to art teacher Patricia Neville. In order to include as many kids as possible, she invited eighth grade students from Richard M. Teitelman Middle School, who completed self-portraits in pencil, to showcase as well. Elementary students from Charles W. Sandman School came along to look at the artwork and ask questions of the older students. “The kids were just beaming,” Patricia told us. “We want to get as many kids excited about art as possible... this is going to be an annual event.” PHOTOGRAPH BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV... TO ORDER COPIES, PLEASE CALL (609) 770-8479

A Cape May Tradition...

Celebrating over 40 years of the finest fudge, chocolates and other sweet treats!

Stop in for a Free Sample of Our Delicious Creamy Fudge! WHIPPED CREAMY FUDGE • PREMIUM CHOCOLATES • SALTWATER TAFFY • HAND DIPPED ICE CREAM

Open Every Day in Cape May on The Washington Street Mall & the Promenade...

We mail anywhere in the world! • Call 1-800-23-FUDGE • Shop online at: FudgeKitchens.com


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Larry Morier

TAKING CARE OF

LOCAL

BUSINESS!

Don Dodson

Cape Bank Is Lending It’s people like Larry and Don who truly make us a community bank. They’re experienced, knowledgeable, accessible and, of course, local – which means they understand our area and your business. Larry and Don can provide you with customized banking and lending solutions. So, give them a call and find out how they can help you and your business. LARRY MORIER 609.465.5600 x 3106 Lmorier@capebanknj.com

DON DODSON 609.465.5600 x 3104 Ddodson@capebanknj.com

celebrating 90 years c ap eb an k nj.com | 800.858.BANK


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Gillian Paluch, Brennah Alderfer, Deanna DeLuca, Rebecca Gift

Alexis M., Jade Cobleigh, Marissa Kane, Tony Genaro

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Cape Atlantic Book Company Open Daily From 10:00am 2nd Floor of the City Centre Mall. Top of the escalator or just off the elevator. 421 Washington Street Mall Cape May, NJ 08204

(609) 846-7688

CapeAtlanticBookCompany.com

REAL BOOKS FOR REAL PEOPLE!

Open Daily during the Carpenters Lane Construction!


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You are Invited!

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Lena Obermlr, Madison Chamberlain

TRUNK SHOW Meet Jewelry Designer Michele Sonner

Saturday, April 13, 11am-1pm Special Pricing & Refreshments

Whale’s Tale Gallery 513 CARPENTERS LANE, CAPE MAY, NJ 08204 OPEN FRI-MON 10AM-5PM | (609) 846-7100

Beth Gaworski, Michael Martin, Amy Korobellis


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The Old Fogey

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

FOR one am not against the proposed scrapping of the summer beach charge in our fair city, but I am not sure that the planned replacement — a “blue sky tax” — is exactly fair, or what our forefathers had in mind when they broke away from Mother England. On the one hand, I have never believed it right that people should be charged money just for indulging the primal urge of dipping one’s toes in the briny Atlantic. On the other hand I have visited beaches in Europe, where they are not huge believers in paying for someone to trundle back and forth in a little tractor raking garbage/food/seagulls/drunken Shoebies off the sand. And the experience of stumbling through knee-deep drifts of plastic bottles, used sanitary unmentionables and uranium fuel rods (to be fair that was just the once, and there was, in retrospect, a certain folly in insisting on sunbathing in front of England’s notorious Sellafield nuclear power station) was not a pleasant one. And yes, I appreciate that a city needs to replace lost income. And yes, again, peo-

ple come here for the blue sky and so on a sunny day, when they are out walking our streets and causing minute but real wear and tear to the ancient paving stones, they really should be compensating us for the trouble. Also, on such days, which will be measured as taxable when there is less than 12 percent of cloud cover in the sky for an uninterrupted hour, the conditions will be perfect for the soon-to-be-delivered aerial drone which has been bought and customized for the very purpose of spotting visi-

Contemporary & Estate Jewelry

Unique Jewelry

tors who have not purchased and affixed to their heads the special ref lective day-pass. Obviously, the drone’s pervious payload of Hellfire missiles has been taken out and replaced with precision-aimed dyepots, which will stain the head of the cheats for several months. And really, there have been more draconian taxes in Cape May in the past. Does noone recall the Saltwater Taffy tax? The “thinking you’re better than your neighboring cities” tax? (I paid a lot on that one, I can assure you) or the “small dog tax” designed to penalize those chaps who prefer canine company over human? So really, this new blue sky toll is not the worst infringement of human rights imaginable (our “break the law and you will be relocated to Wildwood” law — repealed after only six months on the grounds of it being a cruel and unusual punishment — was the most severe). Also, we are recruiting for drone pilots: applications, please, in writing to “The Editor” of this fine publication stating name, and why you should be allowed to drop ordnance on people’s heads.

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The Harbor View does a themed dinner every year... in the past, the motif has been everything from games to beer to vodka. On the 21st, the restaurant tried to get attendees in a summer frame of mind with the theme of Islands Around the World. Folks turned up in Hawaiian shirts, and the Harbor View provided the leis and the coconuts... what else would you drink from at a dinner like this? Chefs prepared seven courses, all inspired by islands across the equator, according to Manager Irene Gibbons, including Bora Bora, Cape Verde, New Caledonia, Jamaica, Hawaii, and the Galapagos. “Everybody loved the mofongo, a curried goat dish,” she told us. Need something else to get you in a summer mood? The Harbor View’s deck opens May 3... and the restaurant has a brand new lunch menu to boot.

Rich, John, Terry, Mary, Colleen, Greg and Dave PHOTOGRAPH BY EXIT ZERO CORRESPONDENT

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A: Buy The Cape May Experience Discount Deck for $25. A beautiful pack of cards that’s the best bargain to hit Cape May! Available end of April. To pre-order, visit us on Facebook, our store at 109 Sunset, or call 609-770-8479.


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The Easter Bunny was good to the kids who turned up for the Kiwanis Club’s Annual Easter Egg Hunt... Kiwanians spent an hour helping him carefully hide 1,600 eggs on the lawn of Cape May City Elementary underneath a blanket of straw and hay... after they spent approximately 45 minutes helping him to stuff them with 36 pounds of candy! (Thanks to Bill Smigo for calculating the weight for us.) “But it only took about two minutes for the kids— pre-K to third grade— to find them all,” said Kiwanis member Frank Acker. “They absolutely loved it.” And just how many kids were there? “It felt like thousands,” Frank said.

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Special 10th Anniversary Old-Style Broadsheet Issue On Sale from June 20, 2013 2500 Copies Printed Help celebrate the 10th Anniversary of Exit Zero by participating in this special issue, a beautiful large-format broadsheet newspaper which will be packed full of great photographs, historical articles and fascinating information for both tourists AND locals. Your ads will be designed with a 19th-century flourish. A keepsake souvenir!

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Book Gift Certificate Giveaway

Every week, we ambush an unsuspecting citizen (or citizens) with a gift certificate to Cape Atlantic Book Company Who are you? Annette! I’d rather not give out my last name. Where are you from? I’ve lived in Cape May for the past two years. What were you doing when we interrupted you? Just taking some photos of Sunset Beach on this beautiful, sunny day. How often do you come here? Quite a bit in the spring, when there’s not too many people around. What’s the best place tin Cape May to eat? The Lobster House. The last book you read? Tell No One, by Harlan Coben. How do you choose a book? I usually ask for recommendations, but I’m a big fan of mystery novels... I like to solve it before the end, and I’m pretty good at it! PHOTOGRAPH AND INTERVIEW BY GABI URDA


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Here’s To Your Health

A weekly column about getting fit and feeling your best ... by Mark Chamberlain of North Beach Health Club

P

ERFORMANCE enhancing drugs have been around for decades, yet their impact on professional sports, both on the field and in reputation off the field, is at an all-time high. Even stranger is that we seem “shocked” anew each time one of the sporting world’s “heroes” admits to using. I went to a baseball game last year with a fan whose box seats allow for the up-closeand-personal experience. In the 20-plus years he’s been going to these games, he says, the players have become increasingly large, to the point where there are really no more skinny players at any position. Norman Rockwell’s lanky ball player is long gone. Can this all be attributed soley to better nutrition and newer weight training techniques? Not likely. Perhaps it’s a one-of-a-kind-leap in evolution? There are two categories of steroids: Corticosteroids, like prednisone, are commonly prescribed to treat various ailments both internally and topically. Most of us have used one of these at least once in our lives. Anabolic and Androgenic steroids are prescribed to increase the growth of muscle. HGH

is used to increase bone growth in people born with shorter than normal limbs. They all work exceedingly well and all carry with them possible side effects from over use or abuse such as: Gynecomastia (breast growth on men), high blood pressure, enlarged prostate, acne and aggression. This last one is often a point of contention with steroid users. They claim the science doesn’t bear this out. (They might fight you over this). HGH has the distinction of being undetectable by a urine sample; it requires a blood test. But the tests do happen and the choreographed responses are either: outright denial (a la Lance Armstrong, BO... Before Oprah), “It was something I bought at

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GNC!”, or a tell-all book. Christopher Bell’s documentary Bigger, Stronger, Faster is a fairly in-depth study. If performance enhancement is the issue, he asks, then are things like vitamins, since they help increase energy, also considered performance enhancers? It sounds like a silly argument at first. Then he interviews musicians in a symphony orchestra and finds that some of them take prescription drugs prior to a performance to calm tnerves. How do we determine what should be allowed into “the game” and what should be prohibited? One school of thought is to allow professional athletes to legally use whatever they want, under medical supervision. This would take the hypocrisy out of it, at least. One area that there seems to be little disagreement about is keeping kids away from anabolics. Friday Night Lights, the popular TV show, highlighted one football player who was told he was too small to play at the college level, so he purchased steroids. Supposedly his coach didn’t know. In the real world though, everyone on a team knows when someone is “using”. It’s time we stop pretending.

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The Answer Lady

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HE Answer Lady invites inquiries from gentle readers on all manner of relationship quandaries, matters of the heart and ethics. If you’d like to send a query, write to info@exitzero.us. Dear Answer Lady, In January, my boyfriend and I, along with our friends, “Dick” and “Jane,” rented a house in Cape May for this summer. Well, fast-forward to March, and my boyfriend and I are history. It’s a long story, but let’s just say that we won’t be getting back together before Memorial Day. Or ever. We had planned to use the vacation house almost every weekend, as well as for a two-week stretch in July, and have all kinds of foursome fun. Now, it will just be me and them. That’s bad enough, but here’s the kicker: Dick and Jane’s relationship can be kind of… tempestuous. How do I avoid becoming the designated tension diffuser? — Third Wheel Dear Wheel Okay, first things first. In the “third wheel” department, please rediscover the pleasure of your own company. Get up and

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out of the house early for a nice walk and a peaceful breakfast, perhaps after a stroll on the promenade. (Take reading material. The Answer Lady recommends a current issue of Exit Zero, of course). If you’re not the early riser type, maybe an after-dinner bike ride. In other words, find something solitary that you truly enjoy, and try to do it at approximately the same time each day. This way, Dick and Jane can count on some alone time at relatively regular intervals, and you can get out of their way while doing your own

thing. As to the designated tension diffuser issue... ugh. Nothing distresses the Answer Lady more than the uncivilized behavior of quarreling in front of others. There is (almost) never any reason for it. You are under no obligation to run interference between Dick and Jane. If you happen to be trapped in some nonsense drama, just wait until there is a wee break in the action, laugh, shake your head, and say “Gee, I sure don’t miss this bulls!@t.” Then make a break for it. Hello Answer Lady, My husband and I have a five-year-old son, and after several years of trying, are overjoyed that we are now expecting again. While our son is obviously too young to understand the specifics, he knows he’ll soon have a new sibling. Is there anything we can do to ward off any potential jealousy? — Mommy Dear Mommy The Answer Lady is the oldest of four and also quite elderly. To this day she has not adjusted to the arrival of her siblings. So… no.

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Water Matters CAPE MAY FORUM

presents

From Shipwrecks to Shorelines Free Friday Speaker Salons

Water, water all around, and so many interesting people and projects in Cape May County, exploring all aspects – from shipwrecks to shorelines. Cape May Forum presents a series of relaxed and informative evenings, featuring talks from the region’s experts, followed by lively discussion, and refreshments. Everyone is welcome, and the Salons are all FREE! Fridays from 7 to 9 pm, unless otherwise noted.

FRIDAY, APRIL 12

“Shipwrecks Out of the Port of Cape May”

Paddle Wheeler CHAMPION

Speaker, BART MALONE Senior Curator, Museum of NJ Maritime History. Robert Shackleton Playhouse Cape May Stage 405 Lafayette Street, Cape May

Bart Malone has been diving for 54 years and diving shipwrecks for 41 of them. In addition to diving wrecks along the East Coast of the U.S., Bart Malone has traveled to Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Orkney Islands, Scilly Isles, and the Great Lakes to pursue his passion. He has dived World War I and World War II shipwrecks, along with commercial and private vessels. These include the ANDREA DORIA, EMPRESS of IRELAND, USS MONITOR, PRINCESS SOPHIA, some of BILLY MITCHELL’S WRECKS, and GERMAN U-BOATS, just to mention a few. Malone’s talk will be on shipwrecks North and South of Cape May, NJ.

FRIDAY, APRIL 19 “The History and Status of Oyster Fishery in Delaware Bay”

Speaker, Dave Bushek, Haskin Shellfish Research Lab at Rutgers Cape May Stage, 405 Lafayette Street

FRIDAY, APRIL 26 Special Program at the Coast Guard Training Center

5pm: Tour of Base 6:30pm: Lecture, “USCG Maritime Environmental Program” featuring speakers LTJG Jacqueline Fitch, with MST3 Kristina Toronto Ida Lewis Auditorium, Coast Guard Reserve by April 24, 609-770-2626 info@capemayforum.org Photo ID required.

FRIDAY, MAY 3 “Horseshoe Crabs and the Shorebird Connection”

Speaker, Gretchen Whitman, Director Nature Center, 1600 Delaware Avenue, Cape May

FRIDAY, MAY 10 “Effects of Hurricane Sandy”

Speaker, Stewart Farrell, Stockton Coastal Research Center Rutgers AIC Admin Building, 1636 Delaware Avenue, Cape May

For more info:

CAPE MAY FORUM 1636 Delaware Avenue, Cape May NJ 609-770-2626 info@capemayforum.org capemayforum.org

SAVE THE DATE! “Water Matters” SPRING FORUM • May 17-19, 2013


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Teacups with roses and teapots with flowers,

3/30: Kiwanis Club’s Easter Egg Hunt At Cape May Elementary PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV

Books to enchant you for hours and hours, Beautiful jewelry, bracelets and rings, These are a few of our Carriage House things.

T-shirts and jackets and miniature houses, Night lights and postcards all perfect for browsers, Mugs, maps and puzzles, kids books and earrings, These are a few of our Lighthouse Shop things.

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Your purchases benefit on-going restoration and preservation efforts of the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC)

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This week, Arts Editor Tom Sims presents his tribute to Roger Ebert

E LOST a great film critic and historian as Roger Ebert passed away last week at the age of 70 after a long battle with cancer. Although I’m dating myself, I can tell you that Siskel & Ebert was one of my favorite television shows growing up. Those two great critics discussed films with such meaningful insight. And it was so much fun when they argued! I was so enamored of the duo that when Siskel died, I never had the same affinity toward whoever took his place. Sure, I’d still watch the show, but it never had the same fervor as the two of them getting into it over a film they disagreed on. The entertainment industry is mourning the loss — even the president expressed his sadness. Now there are published reports about Ebert’s favorite films, and it’s interesting to see which were his top picks throughout his 50 years of critique. Some I agree with, most I do not, but the man definitely knew how to get his point

Renowned film critics Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert across. Here are some of his best criticisms. I aspire to write such compelling reviews! Godzilla, 1998: “Going to see Godzilla at the Palais of the Cannes Film Festival is like attending a satanic ritual in St. Peter’s Basilica.” Battlefield Earth, 2000: “Battlefield Earth is like taking a bus trip with someone who has needed a bath for a long time. It’s

not merely bad; it’s unpleasant in a hostile way.” Armageddon, 1998: “No matter what they’re charging to get in, it’s worth more to get out.” The Brown Bunny, 2003: “I had a colonoscopy once, and they let me watch it on TV. It was more entertaining than The Brown Bunny.” The Last Airbender, 2010: “The Last Airbender is an agonizing experience in every category I can think of and others still waiting to be invented.” Freddy Got Fingered, 2001: “This movie doesn’t scrape the bottom of the barrel. This movie isn’t the bottom of the barrel. This movie isn’t below the bottom of the barrel. This movie doesn’t deserve to be mentioned in the same sentence with barrels.” We have the second part of spring movie preview that I moved to next week to dedicate this column to a guy who I loved to watch review and (as you can see) beat the crap out of films.

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Something very exciting is happening to the Exit Zero Store & Gallery

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Around The Avenues And Alleyways Of Cool Cape May

Bartenders Stefan and Shannon at Axelsson’s Blue Claw

Jim and Bob — AKA, JimBob — Lee, and Larissa at Axelsson’s Blue Claw

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3/29: Opening Of The New Bar At Oyster Bay

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“Laughter is regional: a smile extends over the whole face.” ~ Malcolm De Chazal

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A weekly column by Catherine Dugan. This week: Visit Historic Cold Spring Village

APE May began hosting vacationers in the middle of the 19th century, when visitors from Philadelphia and other steamy cities sought the ocean breezes of cool Cape May. But even before the tourists arrived, locals were making a living on farms and in small communities all across the cape. Get a taste of what life was like in the “era of homespun” with a visit to Historic Cold Spring Village. HCSV is an outdoor living history museum located three miles north of Cape May. Its mission is to recreate the daily life of Americans from 1789 to 1840. About five million people lived in the new nation, spread between the Atlantic Ocean and the frontier, which began at the Appalachian Mountains. There was room for bustling port cities, crowded with exotic goods from all around the world, and isolated 10-acre farms growing nothing more exotic than beans, turnips, and squash. Slavery was legal. Women could not vote. Children worked beside their parents and, though literacy rates were high, school was a luxury. As the era ended, Queen Victoria

Get your homespun on at Historic Cold Spring Village had just ascended the throne. HCSV recreates the period with skilled craftspeople working in its 26 restored buildings, and hands-on activities to take visitors back in time. HSCV is mainly a summer destination — the full Tuesday through Sunday schedule runs from June 18 through Labor Day — but events like their free spring lecture series, with talks on Pine Barrens, the Civil War, the Coast Guard, and Jersey Shore food, remind us that

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their mission is year round. HCSV is committed to history education, historic preservation and heritage tourism. HCSV also hosts thousands of school children on field trips every year, conducts classroom visits within Cape May County, and uses videoconferencing to reach far-away students. Now is the time to become a member of HCSV, so you can enjoy benefits like free admission all summer long — membership options include $30 for an individual, and $75 for a family, including up to six children or grandchildren. And, if one of those children is interested, there is a junior apprentice program, which allows kids to learn and practice the period crafts and trades. More information is available at hcsv.org. Fans of HCSV can support the museum at the annual fundraiser, Feasting on History, on May 7 (see Talk of the Town on page 13 for more on this). This event, held at the Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum, features signature dishes from 40 area restaurants and beer and wine tastings of 100 varieties from local distributors. For more information, call 609-898-2300, ext. 18 Next week: Go for a girls’ weekend

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Just how many very important people turned up for VIP night at Carney’s? Three hundred and twenty-five, says owner Joe Carney. Attendees paid $5, not only for this evening of rollicking good fun, but for a card that allows them free admission for the rest of 2013. Keep your ears open... a little birdie told us there might be a second VIP night on the Friday of Memorial Day weekend... just to get the season off right.

Nicole and the knuckleheads

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Wildwood Catholic High School’s 3rd Annual Casino Night $50 admission includes appetizers, buffet, $25 in chips & live entertainment

Friday, April 19th

6:00pm - Midnight CAPE MAY CONVENTION HALL $50 admission in advance - $60 at the door For tickets call Wildwood Catholic High School at 522-7257 or 408-4295 Tickets also available at wildwoodcatholic.org

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AND FUN WALK

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Saturday, June 8, 2013 Featuring a paved course on the Cape May Airport’s runways! FAMILY & FRIENDS ENJOY FREE MUSEUM ADMISSION UNTIL NOON RACE DAY!

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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

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RUDY is a young German Shepherd mix, only eight months old. He was brought to the shelter because his family couldn’t afford to take care of him. They owned him since he was six weeks old, and he was never introduced to many people. Because of this, Rudy has a bit of social anxiety, so he has be slowly introduced to new folks. But once he gets to know you, he’ll warm up quickly! His adoption fee is $95.

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PENNY is a three-year-old pit bull terrier, and a graduate of the shelter’s obedience program. She has learned to roll on her back for a belly rub, sit, wait and watch for her trainer’s cues when walking on the road. Now that she has graduated, Penny is waiting eagerly for someone to take her to her new home. If you are interested in this welltrained, eager-to-please pup, why not visit her at the shelter? Her adoption fee is $95.

Robert Panaccio, VMD Robert Moffatt, VMD Nancy Reilly, VMD

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KRINGLE, named for his arrival at the shelter on Christmas Eve of 2011, is a three-year-old boxer and pit bull mix. At first, he was rowdy and unmanageable at the end of a leash, but his participation in the shelter’s obedience program has made walking with him a pleasure. He would do especially well with a family that wants the companionship of a pet to share in their daily exercise and outdoor activities. His 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

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GILDA may be a little shy and reserved when you first meet her... but she really enjoys being pet, and if she knows you well, held. Gilda is declawed, making her even more cuddly (if possible). She would make a great lap cat! If you’re looking for a more low-key pet to settle down and enjoy the finer things, her adoption fee is only $20.

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SIMBA is a very sweet older gentleman who is just a little bit nervous around new people. But if you give him a chance to get to know you, you’ll find that he’s a big, friendly ball of fur. If you think you can spare some time and love for a guy down on his luck, stop by the shelter and give him a chance. His adoption fee is only $20.

Supported in part by a grant from New Jersey Department of State, Division of Travel and Tourism

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ROMEO has been at the shelter for almost two years. He is quite unique, sporting a beautiful solid black coat, green eyes, and absolutely no tail! With such an interesting look, he’s one cool cat. He gets along fairly well with other pets, now all he needs is a human companion! His adoption fee is only $10.


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Uncle Bob, Little Gina

Lucy Dome, Sandi Wilson

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Destiny and Mike Wilson

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Uncle Ed, Chops

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Tasha Wilson, Mark Thompson

Robert Manney, “Dude”

Clyde, Bonnie

Anne Kelly, Colonel Rich

Bob and Robin Leidy

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Kierstin, Kylie, Elizabeth

Christ Child Society of Cape May County presents the 29th Annual

Spring Fling Sunday, April 21, 2013

Penthouse Ballroom in the Grand Hotel Cash Bar 12-1pm • Luncheon 1-3pm Entertainment by Lois Smith and Friends

GOD, Dr. Willie Farragouli, Mantis Tobagin, The Frank

Celebrating Our Children DOOR PRIZES • 50/50 • RAFFLES Tickets: $30 - Reserve by April 15, 2013 Call Kay at (609) 729-5773 for Tickets Proceeds benefit children in need in Cape May County

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The best seller on opening day at Sunset Boulevard’s newest shop, Cape May Honey Farm, was, not surprisingly, the local honey harvested from the bees of owners Andi and Doug Marandino. We picked some up for ourselves and it is delicious, but we also couldn’t resist the New Jersey pollen for sale. “Pollen has a lot of proteins and amino acids, and it’s the only plant source of vitamin B12, which is needed for the production of red blood cells and for the functioning of the nervous system,” Andi told us. Another great bonus? “It’s being used in the treatment of Alzheimer’s patients, because it’s such a great memory booster,” Andi explained. Pollen tastes like flowers, and it’s just a bit grainy, so Andi recommends sprinkling it on top of yogurt, cereal, or a sald, or mixing it into your morning smoothie. We recommend visiting Cape May Honey Farm to check out the rest of their cool offerings...

Owner Andi Marandino

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21st ANNUAL FRANK J. BOGLE, SR.

Classic

Monday, May 6, 2012 Avalon Golf & Country Club Shotgun/Scramble 12 noon Brunch - 10:30am @ Tavern on the Green Cocktails/Dinner - 6:30pm @ The Lobster House

SIGN UP EARLY! Your tax deductible donation of $175 includes brunch, all golf fees, open bar & dinner. Dinner Guest only is $70.

To sign up or sponsor a hole, stop by The Original Fudge Kitchen 513 Washington Street Mall Cape May

Village Green Civic Association

CASINO TRIP Wednesday, April 17 Cost is $20 per person

includes transportation, $10 slot play and a show featuring “Allen Edwards... the Singer”. Motorcoach leaves Victorian Towers promptly at 10am and departs Resorts at 5:30pm For Tickets or more info, please call Joe Rippman at (609) 884-3932


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Exit Zero Goes On Vacation

The 5 Swan Avenue Gang, including Jim Shober and his son-in-law Dan Steigerwalt, his daughter Jennifer Steigerwalt, and their friend Shawn Kresge, took Exit Zero to the top of Jupiter Bowl in Park City, Utah.

Cape May Prime Beachfront Retail Space Located Between

Jackson & Perry Sts. Approx. 900 Sq. Ft.

For Information

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Congratulations to Connie Mahon on her new job as Business Administrator for Middle Township. For the last 13 years, Connie has served Cape May Point as Borough Clerk and Administrator, but she wore so many hats... Registrar, Water and Sewer Utility Clerk, Election Officer, Public Trust Administrator, COAA Housing Officer, and Licensing Official among them. “She had the broadest knowledge of anyone in town on the way municipal goverment works,” Deputy Mayor Anita vanHeeswyck said. “She knew everyone in Cape May Point, and she did her best for them, always. With her deep curiosity, she found answers to everything. It brings me to tears to think that we’ve lost her.” But Anita is quick to mention that Connie’s replacement — Kim Hodsdon — is “wonderful,” and that the Point is lucky to have her. Best wishes, Kim and happy trails, Connie.

Jim Craft, Glen Ortman, Connie Mahon, and one of Connie’s many fans

PHOTOGRAPH BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV... TO ORDER COPIES, PLEASE CALL (609) 770-8479

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Stephanie, Edie S., Brenda

DESIGN CONSTRUCTION MAINTENANCE

Now Accepting Maintenance Accounts For the 2013 Season

Connie and Mike Mahon, Jackie McDevitt

609-898-9136 lundholmlandscaping.com Bruce, Karen


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Darryl Terrell, Pam Gentile, Andy Moffatt

Chris Wimberg, Richard Miller, Pamela Gentile

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South Jersey Hardwood 1298 Hornet Ave., Ste. 9, Rio Grande NJ 08242

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• Specializing in Hardwood Sanding & Refinishing from $1.59 per s.f.!!* • Hardwood Renovation Experts – keep the floor you’ve always loved!! • Hardwood, Carpet, Tile, Vinyl and ALL of your Floor Covering Needs

Nobody Beats Our Prices….Nobody! * Minimum Square Footage Required FREE ESTIMATES!

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The 15th Annual Ocean Drive Marathon began in Cape May and ended, four drawbridges later, in Sea Isle City. Congrats to locals Ryan Cain and Matthew Frederickson who both finished in four hours and 13 minutes. But the race also included a 5k and a 10-miler, in which several locals participated. Congrats to the following on their 5k finish... *Jim Mendicino *Mark Garland *Laurie Beers *Bob Beers And to the following on their 10-mile finish... *Ryansara Hunter: 2:19:01 *Bianca Popescu: 1:17:52 *Carrie Sisel: 1:40:51 *Ruby Oyla: 1:42:39 *Bridgid Stewart: 1:43:43 *Jill Simcox: 1:41:13 *Kathy Crossman: 1:40:27 *Mary Rae: 2:25:02 PHOTOGRAPH BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV... TO ORDER COPIES, PLEASE CALL (609) 770-8479

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AirTight

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(609) 465-6670 Providing spray foam insulation for all:

New Construction Additions & Renovations Crawlspaces & Attics And more! Serving all of South Jersey! www.AirTightNewJersey.com

Dennis J. Spilker Manager/Funeral Director N.J. Lic. No. 4038

David M. Danaher Funeral Director N.J. Lic. No. 3285

“Cherishing Life’s Moments”

609.884.3793

www.spilkerfuneralhome.com “Continuing A 90 Year Tradition Of Serving The Cape May and Lower Township Area.”


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3/24: Ocean Drive Marathon From Cape May To Sea Isle PROPERTY MANAGEMENT & CONCIERGE SERVICE

Property Management

Concierge Services

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walk throughs trash removal carpentry/repairs window/house cleaning painting snow removal storm prep/clean up landscaping/lawn care powerwashing plumbing electrical and much more!

grocery shopping party/event planning child care personal errands reservations dry cleaning laundry services photography car service pet sitting and much more!

One call does it all! 24 hour emergency service! Call for details 1400 Texas Avenue, Unit #2, Cape May NJ (609) 884-8444 | wkrservices.com

TOP NOTCH TREE CARE Bob Kay - Proprietor West Cape May Painting Contractor Work References Available Offering 35 years Experience Attention to detail! Early Bottom Painting/Boats Interior/Exterior Painting (609) 884-5158 Licensed & Insured 13VHO1445600

427 James Street, Erma

481-7420 ISA Certified Arborist Fully Licensed & Insured Free Estimates Reasonable Rates

1037 ROUTE 47 SOUTH, RIO GRANDE $199,900 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bath Rancher. Great home of Office Space!

Matthew Notch PN-6107A

Theresa Senico, ABR, CRS, GRI, SRES 609-408-4655 • www.theresasenico.com

Apex

Realty, Inc.

2505 Bayshore Rd. Villas, NJ 08251 • Broker Daniel J. Senico

Consulting Pruning & Planting Cabling & Bracing Removals

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TAX PREPARATION BAILOUT 50% Off What You Paid To Have Your Taxes Prepared Last Year*

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The crew celebrating Papa’s 50th marathon

“Helping clients achieve their financial goals for 33 years” 1701 Bayshore Road, Villas, NJ 609-889-1040 *New Clients only

HIENKEL ELECTRIC LLC

Sheena, Cait, CJ

Over 30 Years Experience!

Authorized Dealer and Installer

Serving Cape May County and The Islands No Job Too Small. Licensed and Insured

(609) 886-9015 Michele, Lauren, and Doug Sanders

NJ Lic# 13702A


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320 MOORE STREET WEST CAPE MAY

105 LINCOLN AVE. CAPE MAY POINT

NEW CONSTRUCTION. 4 Bedroom, 3.5 Bath home with open floor plan, panel molding, and tons of other high custom amenities. $529,000

VACANT LOT. Build your dream home just a block away from the beautiful beaches of Cape May Point. 50x100. And the price to be $479,000

1831 MARYLAND AVE. CAPE MAY

1029 IDAHO AVENUE CAPE MAY

5 bedroom, 2.5 bath home with water views, multiple decks, and located just a block to the beach. 2 car garage, outdoor shower, and being sold furnished. $1,500,000

Adorable 2 bedroom, 1 bath beach house with open floor plan. Four short blocks to the beach $509,000

110 OCEAN AVENUE “FLORA DUNE” CAPE MAY POINT

714, 716, & 718 W. LAKE AVENUE

Patricia Gallagher, Jennifer Hunter, Ryan Hunter, Ruth Brant

3 Bedroom, 1.5 Bath home located in the duces on an oversized 50x144 lot. Views of the ocean, bay, and lighthouse. $1,700,000

Rick Addario, Phil, Bruce Monaghan, Les Edwards

Three vacant lots located across the street from Lake Lily. Build your dream vacation home just a few short blocks to the beach. Prices starting at $399,000 - $429,000

1400 Texas Avenue, Cape May, NJ 08204 (Next to the Cape May Wawa) www.CoastlineRealty.com

The boys of 50abilitymarathons.com


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Starting line PHOTOGRAPH BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV... TO ORDER COPIES, PLEASE CALL (609) 770-8479

HOMESTEAD REAL ESTATE

Contact Patricia “Patti” Piacentine 609-741-1212 seapatti@comcast.net www.HomeSteadCapeMay.com LAST WATERFRONT PARCEL ON SPICER’S CREEK!

1200-1204 WILSON DIVE Marine Commercial/ Mixed Use Zone. “strictly as is” 4 rental homes with boat dockage. $799,000

129 FISHING CREEK ROAD, LOWER TOWNSHIP Take a step back in time in this 1891 colonial farmhouse situated on a corner lot surrounded by mature trees. Throughout this 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath home you will find original woodwork and Pine flooring. A wood burning stove with warming closets and large windows make for a cozy living room. The large dining room has captured the style of the era with a servant stairwell. The kitchen has been recently remodeled and features 9.5 foot ceilings, stainless steel appliances, breakfast bar, plenty of cabinets, oak flooring, breakfast nook, and reading area with built-in bookshelf. Outside, the large deck off the kitchen provides access to the fenced yard and above ground pool. You will also find a one car garage, gardening shed, and barn which was built with recycled wood. There is so much more to see in this colonial beauty! $285,000

Quality... Comfort... Privacy... Location! 127 YORK AVE., UNIT B, WEST CAPE MAY 1st floor master bedroom with a full bath, open living, kitchen and dining area, half bath, laundry room and plenty of closet space make living easy, 2nd floor features 2 nice bedrooms sharing a jack-n-jill bath with interior access from both rooms. Large hallway has a reading/den area and a long balcony porch with fitted wind screens that open in warmer weather - full 3rd floor storage, a/c system, a new appliances and new flooring. Full private backyard with outside showers, patio area and shed - only 2 owners split condo costs. Close enough to walk to everything in town and the beach! Turn key negotiable. Only $467,500!

846 Broadway, West Cape May • Toll Free: 888-309-7454 • Local: (609) 884-1888 Your Investment in Seashore Living is My Specialty!


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CONSTRUCTION STARTING 404 Central Avenue Cape May Point 4 BR, 3.5 BA (master b&b on 1st fl), cac, 2,263 sq.ft. living space. $869,900

BEAUTIFULLY REMODELED! 607 Bayshore Road West Cape May 3 BR, 2 BA, cac, hardwood floor, outside shower. $424,500

CONDO IN CENTER OF TOWN 704 Columbia Avenue Cape May 3 BR, 2 BA, cac, off st. parking, great rental. $549,900

SUCCESSFUL TURNKEY RESTAURANT 104 Sunset Blvd, Unit #3 West Cape May Located at the corner of Broadway and Sunset. Well established business with seating for 26, and a good take out business. Equipment, inventory and lease terms available. $39,000

NEW CONSTRUCTION FENWICK DESIGN 143 York Ave., West Cape May 4 BR, 3.5 BR, h/w fl, cac, gas f/p, 1st fl master suite. $639,900

VACATION COTTAGE 509 Ocean Avenue Cape May Point 3 BR, 1 BA, c/a, newer roof, 2-blocks to beach. $535,000

MAINTENANCE-FREE HOME 709 Leaming Avenue North Cape May 3 BR, 2 BA, cac, h/w fl, storage attic. $219,900

Joseph and Allsion Fego

Steph and Matthew Del Tufo

Dwight, marathon supporter

Scott and Megan McQueen

Dave Walter, Norm Y.

John Tracy, Den M

“SANDPIPER” BEACHFRONT CONDO 11 Beach, Unit 103 Cape May 2 BR, 2B A, full time staff, health club/pool on site. $699,000

Dedication... Excellence... Professionalism

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Mon. thru Sat. 9am to 5pm Sunday 11am-3pm


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“Buying & Selling with Integrity & Trust”

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Heijung Park-Colameco Broker/Sales

Jersey Cape Realty, Inc

739 Washington St., Cape May NJ 08204 Office: 609-884-5800 Cell: 609-602-8641 GotCapeMayHomes.com

Call on Us for All Your Real Estate Needs!

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6 FOLSOM ROAD TOWNBANK 3 Lots to the Bay Potential for Amazing Views! Vacant Land. Offered at $95,000

3602 SHORE DRIVE CAPE MAY BEACH Across the street from the Dune. Outstanding Bay Views! Vacant Land. Offered at $409,000

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DESATNICK REAL ESTATE, LLC 1001 Lafayette St., Cape May, NJ 08204

Patrick Stewart, Kelly Crosson, Sarah Krchnavek

Todd H. de Satnick, Broker of Record


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Michael Womelsdorf, Jeffrey Faherty, Jonathan Faherty PHOTOGRAPH BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV... TO ORDER COPIES, PLEASE CALL (609) 770-8479

609.884.1300

www.deSatnickRealEstate.com 23 HARBOR COVE, CAPE MAY Aggressively priced 5 BR/4 BA estate home with two-car garage, in-ground pool and 45 foot boat slip. Amazing harbor views! $1,650,000 203 CAPE AVENUE, CAPE MAY POINT Immaculate 3 BR/3 BA south side townhouse unit is nestled in a secluded corner of Cape May Point offering complete serenity. $699,000

1001 LAFAYETTE STREET CAPE MAY NJ 08204 TODD H. DE SATNICK, BROKER OF RECORD

110 SECOND AVENUE, CAPE MAY Income generating duplex in a great location. Ground level has 2 car garage and storage. 2nd and 3rd levels each offer a 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath apartment with kitchen, dining/living area, decks overlooking the south Cape May Beach and lighthouse. The views are unparalled; excellent rental history. $1,295,000.

219 E. 3RD AVENUE, NORTH WILDWOOD Beautiful Duplex just 2 blocks to beach; main house offers 6 bedroom, 3 ½ baths, 1st floor has 1 bedroom, 1 bath apt. Home has 2nd floor deck and 3rd floor oceanview deck; gas heat, central a/c. $595,500.

512 Washington Mall, Cape May (609) 884-8428 • 800-441-8428 www.cbcapemay.com


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Homes And Rentals Of The Week Check out these beautiful homes for sale and rent in the Cape May area

301 PITTSBURGH AVE. CAPE MAY New listing! Unique to the Cape May market is this stunning, turn-key, 5 BR/3.5 BA custom home with ocean views, a private setting, and an in-ground, heated pool! This meticulously maintained home has never been rented and boasts a multitude of luxury amenities from the inside out. $1,295,000 Rental: deSatnick Real Estate, LLC is now seeking 2013 rental properties! Call us today to list!!!

DeSatnick Real Estate 1001 Lafayette St., Cape May (609) 884-1300 desatnickrealestate.com

1043 WASHINGTON ST. CAPE MAY “The White House” is a spacious turn of the century home centrally located in Historic Cape May. Features include wrap around porch and expansive, gas lamp lit lawn, living room with gas fireplace, formal dining room, gourmet kitchen opens to Garden Great room with dining area and 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths. $899,000. Rental: 211 Harvard Ave., Cape May Point - 3 BR, 2.5 BA, single family, Sleeps 8. $1600-$3350 per week Chris Clemans Sotheby’s International Realty 1159 Washington Street, Cape May (609) 884-3332 chrisclemanssir.com

416 S. BROADWAY, CAPE MAY, “COPPER FISH RESTAURANT” Welcome to Copper Fish on Broadway or by its other name the Whilldin-Miller House added to the Historic Register in 2003. Currently run as the well-known 95 seat restaurant Copper Fish this beautiful building has plenty of parking and a central location with a grand landscaped front. $1,200,000

201 BEACH AVENUE, CAPE MAY “SEABOARD WALK CONDOS” 3 story townhouse style condos. 2,500 sq. ft. each. 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, state of the art kitchens, ocean view decks, fantastic rental income, attached garage, swimming pool and exercise room on premises. Unit #2 in front - $1,550,000, Unit #7 - $1,450,000, Unit #10 – $1,350,000, Unit # 20 $999,995.

Rental: 211 Franklin Ave., Cape May - Weekly/ Daily. $2500-$5200. 6 BR, 4.5 BA, Sleeps up to 13.

Rental: 1053 Virginia Avenue, Cape May – 3 bedroom, 2 bath home, sleeps 8, w/d, central a/c, wireless internet - $1950/week.

Coastline Realty Carol Menz, Broker (609) 884-5005 1400 Texas Ave., Cape May coastlinerealty.com

211 EVERGREEN AVE., VILLAS Just Like New! This gorgeous two story home was just completely rebuilt.There are four bedrooms and three full baths, each with custom tiling. There are hardwood floors, specialty cabinets, granite counters, energy efficient heat and air and a large wrap around deck. There is an oversized garage and off street parking. This a great street and the hosue si clsoe tot he water! $295,000 Rental: 23 E Virginia Ave., Villas - Two bedrooms, Two Full Baths. Propane heat and Central Air. $950 + utilties. Theresa Senico Apex Realty 2505 Bayshore Road, Villas (609) 408-4655 theresasenico.com

1036 MARYLAND AVE. CAPE MAY Magnificent 5 bedroom, 4 bath home offers custom cabinets, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, granite center island, hardwood flooring, entertainment room, heated in-ground pool, patio area, audio system, screen porch, sun decks, wrap around porch, intercom system. Close to Cape May’s beaches & Washington Street Mall. Well established rental history. $1,345,999 Rental: 202 Queen St., Cape May - 3 BR, 2 BA, cac, high speed internet, ipod dock, sleeps 8, $1250-$2900.

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

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

621 SUNSET BLVD, WEST CAPE MAY Magnificent 4 BR, 2 full, 2 half bath 3000 sq. ft. three story home in charming West Cape May, with expansive unobstructed views of the Atlantic Ocean, the Nature Conservancy’s 200 acre fresh water marsh and the Cape May Point Lighthouse. Home has three bedrooms on first floor; second floor is a 1000 sq. ft. open area great room with custom kitchen and appliances including 48” Viking range. Situated on a beautifully landscaped 75’ X 161’ lot, complete with privacy, this is a must-see nature lover’s dream home. $899,000

1116 OHIO AVENUE CAPE MAY A spacious & comfortable rancher. This home is located on a highly desirable street, just a few short blocks away from the beach & historic district. It is perfect for a primary home, vacation home, or investment property. This home was renovated in 2002. Amenities include C/A, gas heat, original hardwood floors, low maintenance siding, remodeled kitchen, fenced-in back yard, BBQ area, outdoor shower, a rear shed & 3 plus. $599,000.

Wilsey Realty 501 Lafayette St., Cape May (609) 884-1007 wwilseyrealty.com

Heijung Park-Colameco Jersey Cape Realty 739 Washington Street Cape May 609-884-5800

127 YORK AVE., UNIT B, WEST CAPE MAY Quality, comfort, privacy and location! 1st floor master bedroom with a full bath, open living, kitchen and dining area, half bath, laundry room and plenty of closet space make living easy, 2nd floor features 2 nice bedrooms sharing a jack n jill bath with interior access from both rooms. $467,500! Rental: 211 Beach Ave, Broadway Beach Condominiums, Unit # 12 - 1 BR, oceanfront views, furnished, full kitchen, and Parking. June- Aug $1650 week/off season specials available Patricia “Patti” Piacentine HomeStead Real Estate 846 Broadway, W. Cape May 609-741-1212 seapatti@comcast.net

118 FOLSOM ROAD TOWNBANK Stunning 3 BR/2.5 BA expanded ranch close to Delaware Bay. Interior features include hardwood and tile flooring, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, plantation shutters, and an expansive Florida room. Exterior features include exquisite gardens contiguous to the in-ground heated pool and screened-in gazebo. Rental: 404 Coral Ave., Cape May Point - 4 BR, 3.5 BA, close to St. Pete’s. $2,000-$3,850/week. Ryan Griffin DeSatnick Real Estate 1001 Lafayette St., Cape May Cell: (609) 602-5578 Office: (609) 884-1300 desatnickrealestate.com


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739 Sunset Boulevard, West Cape May Spacious Home with upgraded amenities 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths $625,000

817 Kearney Avenue, Cape May Classic Cape May Home 7 bedrooms, 3.5 baths $1,297,000

The Exit Zero Small Ads FOR SALE Department 56 Halloween Snow Village Houses, Haunted Barn and Hauntsburg House and accessories. Contact lilacs113@optonline.net for pictures and prices.

115 Fourth Avenue, West Cape May LEED Certified Home 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths $975,000

1021 Beach Avenue Cape May Custom Built Beachfront Home 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths $3,800,000

Christmas Annalees and Byers Choice Byers Choice: 1994 Victorian Lady with flower basket and 1992 Victorian Man. Annalees: Various from 1964 to 2003. Contact lilacs113@ optonline.net for pictures and prices.

HELP WANTED

912 Lafayette St. Unit E, Cape May Lovely and Spacious Condo 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths $669,000

936 Lafayette St. # 6, Cape May Designer townhouse 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths $679,000

LOTS FOR SALE 457 DIAS CREEK ROAD, CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE Large lot to build your dream home 407 DELAWARE AVENUE, DEL HAVEN Bayfront Building Lot

Mom looking for summer au pair for two children ages (five and three) from June 23-Aug 31. Flexible days, some nights. Services in exchange for housing, meals and stipend. Some weeks kids will be enrolled in camp, so less responsibility those weeks. Most weeks will involve bike rides, beach, zoo, day trips, nearby activities. Great house, great neighborhood (Cape May Point and a few weeks in center city Philadelphia). Two days off a week, will vary depending on schedule. Private bedroom with shared bathroom. Prefer college student or recent graduate, must be female, valid driver’s license and have prior experience working with children. Email smchaikin@mac.com

YARD SALE WEAV (Women’s Empowerment and Voice) is hosting a yard sale on Saturday, April 27 from 9am-2pm to raise money for its scholarship and mentoring programs for girls and women in Vietnam. The event will be held at the Devonshire House parking lot at 219 South Lafayette Street between Perry and Congress streets.

Classifieds cost $10 for up to 10 lines and run for two weeks! Must be pre-paid. To publish a classified, send your information to info@exitzero.us, call 609-770-8479, or come see us at 109 Sunset Boulevard, Cape May, across from Shell gas station.


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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, Exit Zero Publishing is owned by Jack Wright and Jason Black. We also publish highquality books as well as this fine periodical. Telephone: (609) 770-8479 Fax: (609) 770-8481 E-mail: info@exitzero.us Website: www.exitzero.us Online store: www.ezstore.us Office/Store: 109 Sunset Boulevard Suite D, Cape May, NJ 08204 Editor/Publisher: Jack Wright, jack@exitzero.us Advertising Director: Jason Black, jason@exitzero.us Staff Writer: Diane Stopyra, diane@exitzero.us Staff Artist: Mike DeMusz, mike@exitzero.us Intern: Meghan Meehan Arts Editor: Tom Sims Photographers: Aleksey Moryakov, Sandy Maloney, Gabi Urda Graphic Artist: Doree Bardes Store Manager: Michele Mulligan Distribution People: Ashley Larson, Mike DeMusz Columnists: Kate Chadwick (The Answer Lady), Catherine Dugan (activities), David Gray (The Old Fogey), Terry O’Brien (Undertow) Labeler: Mary Smith

Every Thursday, Exit Zero is delivered to around 300 places. Get it delivered to your home in a plastic mailer. It’s $50 for 47 B&W issues, plus six in color. Please call (609) 770-8479 to subscribe. DOWNTOWN CAPE MAY Swain’s, Mariah’s, Guardian, Cape Bank, Collier’s, All Irish Imports, Cape May Stage, Wilsey Realty, Pat Jackson Jewelers, Celebrate Cape May, Go Fish, Sea Weeds, Cape Orient, Fiber Arts, Oyster Bay, Welcome Center, Depot Market, Congress Hall, Victorious, Pink, Star Inn, Bayberry Inn, Victorian Motel, SOMA Art Gallery, Island Grill, Primrose, CCA, Primo Hoagies. WASHINGTON STREET MALL The Original Fudge Kitchen, Mary Ann’s Jewelry, Dellas 5&10, Lace Silhouettes, Center City Mall, Casale’s Shoes, Free Shop, Happy Baby, It’s a Breeze, Madame’s Port, Swede Things, Cucina Rosa, Whale’s Tale, Italian Garden, Jackson Mountain Café, Love The Cook, Bath Time, Ugly Mug, Pilot House, Caroline Boutique, Kaleidoscope, Coldwell Banker, Colors, A Ca Mia, A Place On Earth, Between the Lines, Good Scents.

WASHINGTON STREET The Southern Mansion, MAC, Chris Clemans Sotheby’s International Realty, Billmae Cottage, Thomas Webster Inn, Inn at the Park, City Hall, Sturdy Savings Bank, Washington Inn, Dr Feldman Dentistry, Jersey Cape Realty, Victorian Towers. BEACHFRONT King’s Cottage, Beach Shack, Carney’s, Martini Beach, Virginia Hotel, Mad Batter, Poor Richard's, Inn at 22 Jackson, Saltwood, Windward, Uncle Bill’s, Ocean View Restaurant, Sandpiper, Hotel Alcott, Summer Station, Original Fudge Kitchen, Montreal Liquor, Montreal Inn, Capri Motor Lodge, Periwinkle, Grand Hotel, Palace Hotel, Mission Inn, Angel of 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, White Dove Cottage, The 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, Bamboo Shack, Cheeks, Library, Freda’s Café, Victorian Lace, Camelot Hotel, Bedford Inn, Chalfonte Hotel. EAST CAPE MAY Nature Center, Model Cleaners, Cape May Laundromat, Coastline Realty, Shear Sunsations, Rizzo Chiropractic, C-View Inn, Century 21 Gilmartin.

WEST CAPE MAY VFW, Godmother’s, Cape May Bakers, Tea By The Sea, Cape May Linen Outlet, Flying Fish Studio, CVS, Albert Stevens Inn, Weddings by the Sea, Kate’s Flower Shop, Seaside Cheese Company, Cape May Fitness, Cheeks, Artizan Salon & Spa, Antique Doorknob, West Side Market, Cape Island Home and Garden, Bella Vida Café, Flanegan’s Framing, 7-11, HomeStead. SUNSET BOULEVARD Sunset Liquors, Bird House of Cape May, Butterfly Tea Room, Cape May Wicker, Exit Zero Store and Gallery, Accent on Beauty, Cape Winds Florist, CMBO, Cape May Point Post Office, Sunset Beach Gift Shops. ROUTE 109 South Jersey Marina, Lobster House, Tony’s Marine Supply, Sea Gear Marine, Captain’s Cove, Cape May Whale Watcher, Lucky Bones, Tony’s Pizza, Cape May Antique Center. NORTH CAPE MAY Laundromat, North Beach Gym, Heart to Heart Flowers, Le Gates, Harpoon Henry’s, Mr. J’s Music Shop, Cape May–Lewes Ferry, Gorman’s, Hair Cuttery, Italian Affair, Cape May Veterinary. OFF THE ISLAND Canyon Club, Harbor View, Axelsson’s Blue Claw, Cape Liquors, Moose Lodge, Old Grange, Historic Cold Spring Village, Hawk Haven Vineyards. VILLAS Lower Township Construction, Lower Township Municipal, Apex Realty, Curl Up and Dye, Fish and Fancy, Villas Liquor, Snippers Salon, Jake’s Bar and Grill, Kiddie Closet, Cape Savings Bank, Cohwen’s Ink Emporium, Wing It.


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Volume 11, Issue 10 - April 11, 2013  

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