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A sprightly sheet full of the sprays of the old ocean ¯ Thursday, October 20, 2016 ¯ Vol. 14, No. 37 ¯ America’s Original Seaside Resort

Pumpkin Festival At Historic Cold Spring Village

The Mad Batter won first place at the Pumpkin Festival at Historic Cold Spring Village on Saturday — more photographs inside. Aleksey Moryakov

Beach Plum Farm Festival

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Lima Bean Festival At Wilbraham Park

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Desperately In Need Of A Loving Home

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Chamber Installation Dinner At The Grand

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Browse our inventory of over 70 sale and 200 rental listings and the MLS at

www.deSatnickRealEstate.com

Featured Property of the Week:

1036 MARYLAND AVENUE, CAPE MAY $1,350,000 Furnished 5 BR/4 BA single home built in 2006 with an in-ground heated pool and detached garage. Only 3 short blocks to the beach. Outstanding rental history. The property is an outstanding platform for accommodating and entertaining large groups. Luxury amenities include a chef’s kitchen with custom cabinetry, stainless appliances, center island with wine cooler, granite counters; hardwood and tile flooring; first floor master suite with private bathroom; multiple decks and screened porch; and an outdoor shower.

Todd H. deSatnick / Broker of Record

1001 Lafayette Street, Cape May NJ

609.884.1300

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

- SPECIALTY CONTRACTOR LIAISON - PROPERTY WATCH - MAINTENANCE

609.898.1600 www.DRESer vice.com


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5 West and Tishas Negro Family PHOTOGRAPH BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV... TO ORDER COPIES, PLEASE CALL (609) 770-8479

THE RUMORS ARE TRUE...

Lucky Bones is the best in town Ÿ Largest Craft Beer Selection on the Island Ÿ Delicious Wines by the Glass Ÿ Vintage & Hand-Crafted Cocktails & Martinis

$1

Oysters Wednesday Nights!

OPEN FOR LUNCH & DINNER DAILY

1200 ROUTE 109 SOUTH • CAPE MAY • 609-884-BONE (2663)


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Goings-On Around Town FALL FESTIVAL Where: Beach Plum Farm. 140 Stevens Street, WCM. When: October 22, 29. November 5, 12, 19. 11am-4pm. How Much: Free to enter! Know This: Enjoy delicious food and seasonal beer from Cape May Brewery. Take a hayride or stroll the 62 acres. Check out the chickens, piglets, ducks, and turkeys. More Info: Visit caperesorts.com. CCA’S ART AT THE LIBRARY Where: The county library branches in Wildwood Crest (Tuesdays), Lower Township (Wednesdays) and Cape May (Thursdays). When: Once per week (see above). 3:304:30pm. How Much: Free! Know This: Children ages six through nine will enjoy Freaky Fairy Tales told by Penelope Cake. After that, kids will work with a variety of art mediums. More Info: 609-884-7525. A VEGAN FILM SERIES Where: Cape May City Library. 110 Ocean Street. When: October 20. 5:30-7:30pm. How Much: Free! Know This: Screened on the 20th, it will be Peacable Kingdom. More Info: Call 609-463-6386. YOUTH ARTS PROGRAM IN LWR. TWP. Where: Lower Cape May Regional High School. 687 US 9. When: October 20. November 3, 10. How Much: Free! Know This: Sara Elshoubary and Amber Wisting will lead the program, for kids ages eight to 14. More Info: Call 609-884-7525. MERMAID GUILD ART AUCTION Where: Online auction happening at myminiauction.com/themermaidguild. The kickoff to the online auction will take place at SOMA NewArt Gallery. 31 Perry Street. When: Online auction from October 20 to December 2. Art displayed at SOMA from October 22-November 13. Kickoff party at SOMA on October 22 from 5-8pm. How Much: Whatever you bid! Know This: All proceeds benefit The Mermaid Guild of Cape May Scholarship Fund

Paint ’em, carve ’em, use ’em as a pillow — get some inspiration for your pumpkin agenda this fall at Beach Plum Farm, every Saturday through November 19. for young. local women. More Info: See The Mermaid Guild of Cape May on Facebook. HALLOWEEN PARADE Where: Begins on Perry Street and Carpenter Lane, moves down Carpenter Lane to Ocean Street, down Washington Street, ends at Emlen Physick Estate. When: October 23. Registration begins at 1:30pm on corner of Perry and Washington. How Much: Free! Know This: Trick-or-treating on the Washington Street Mall will be held prior to the parade, from noon-2pm. More Info: Call 609-884-9565. YOUTH ARTS PROGRAM IN CAPE MAY Where: Cape May City Elementary School. 921 Lafayette Street. When: Friday October 27. Friday November 3. Friday December 1, 8, 15. 3-5pm. How Much: Free! Know This: Penelope Cake will lead the sessions. The theme is “Color Explosion.” More Info: Call 609-884-7525. RUMMAGE SALE Where: The Episcopal Church of the Advent Parish Hall. 612 Franklin Street. When: October 28. 9am-2pm. October 29.

9am-1pm. How Much: However much you spend! Know This: The sale will include men’s, women’s, children’s clothing and accessories along with household items, linens, and books. More Info: Call 609-884-3065. MASQUERADE BALL Where: Congress Hall ballroom. 200 Congress Place. When: October 28. 8pm-11pm. How Much: $25. Discount for Congress Hall guests. Know This: Wear your favorite costume for a chance to win over $1000 in prizes in any of the following categories: Best Congress Hall Icon, Best Political Character, Scariest, Funniest, Best Couple, Crowd/ Guest Choice, Best Overall. Be sure to bring a splendid mask to hit the dance floor. More Info: Call 609-884-6583. CANDLELIGHT WALK Where: Historic Cold Spring Village. 720 US 9. When: November 5. 6-8pm. How Much: $30. ($25 for HSCV members). Know This: Luminaries will guide you through the Village. Enjoy fireside wine, beer and lite fare, desserts and music. More Info: Call 609-898-2300, ext. 10.


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A Cape May Classic Since 1926 426 WASHINGTON STREET 609-884-3459 Follow us on Facebook

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Every Sunday... Brunch @ The Mug 11-2 PLUS... NLF Specials with 50c wings! thu......Escape

Plan fri........JJ Rupp Band

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400 WASHINGTON STREET ~ 609-770-8559

Good pub food served in a cozy, classic bar! LIVE AT DELANEY’S THIS WEEK... friday

Camille Peruto

saturday

Sean Hennesy


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Bonnie Marks, Shirley Hemingway

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

new menu and new hours!

sunday - thrusday - Dinner til 9pm & Bar Menu til 11pm

friday & saturday - Dinner til 10pm & Bar Menu til 1am

Mayhem on the Mall!

Big Burgers Scrumptious Seafood Fresh Salads Fabulous Flatbreads 20 Beers on Tap 4 wines on tap Live entertainment

Halloween 2016 Saturday, October 29 Starts At 10pm Prizes for Best Costumes! DJ Entertainment! Drink Specials!

(Thursday-Sunday) Open Daily from 11:30am

Fintastic Fish Tanks

Happy Hour - monday through friday 3-6pm & sunday 11am-6pm!

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on the

WA S HI NGTO N STR EET MALL • (609) 884- 34 49 • fins cap emay.c om


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Eric Winter, Oliver Bush, Patricia and Bogey

more than just honey Honey & Hive now open at Central Square, Linwood

Riley

Wednesday Addams

135 S unset B oulevard , W est C ape M ay 609.425.6434 capemayhoneyfarm . com OPEN DAILY FROM 10-5, WED 10-2

Brie, Logan, Jeff


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Make your Thanksgiving reservation today!

SCAREOKE

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WITH TERRY-OKE!

Friday, October 28 • 9pm to 1 am Prizes for Best Costumes Door Prizes & Give Aways

Food & Drink Specials

Beer Tap Take Over • $3 Pints

BIG SCREEN KARAOKE Declan, Charlotte, Daniel, Reagan AMERICAN STEAK & SEAFOOD HOUSE

Grande Center Shopping Mall • Rio Grande, New Jersey

609-889-2000 • www.riostation.com Reservations Suggested

the

LOBSTER HOUSE

Open Daily • (609) 884-8296

Dougherty family

Costumed crew


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Vanaman family

Batman

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


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JOIN US IF YOU DARE Friday, October 28th - OR -

Saturday, October 29th

- FEATURING DJ & DANCING 9PM ‘TIL MIDNIGHT DRINK SPECIALS INCLUDING PUMPKIN MARTINI’S, PUMPKIN BEER & MORE! HALLOWEEN COSTUMES ENCOURAGED PLUS MORE SPOOKY PRIZES & SURPRISES

609.884.5611 X550 OCEANFRONT @ 1045 BEACH AVENUE, CAPE MAY NJ 08204 HEMINGWAYSCAPEMAY


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Ramblings From The Editor

A

Ideas, idle gossip, and occasionally important odds ’n’ ends... by Jack Wright

couple weeks ago I talked about the charming little town of Half Moon Bay, a 45-minute drive south of San Francisco, where local businesses and politicians seem to work really well together to promote events. I said that this community-wide spirit of co-operation is something that should happen much more in our own charming little city by the sea. The truth is it doesn’t happen enough — although one notable exception is the West Cape May Christmas Parade. This event has been going on as long as I have been alive — and that’s a long time. Fifty-one years, to be precise. The reason it has endured is two-fold — the determination and resourcefulness of the late Charlotte Daily, aka The Parade Lady, and the willingness of the community to make the contributions necessary to keep it going — and it ain’t cheap. I believe it costs around $30,000 for the whole shebang. As a result, this island has a holidays event that has reached iconic status, something that draws people from near and far.

And yes, I know a lot of you think that three hours is way too long and that there’s too large of a gap between the attractions, but that’s okay — it just gives you more time to hang out with friends and family. A couple of years ago, I attended the Stone Harbor parade and it was almost hilariously efficient. As soon as Santa appeared (which was about an hour after the parade began), the cops and volunteers moved in and rolled everything up. Very soon after, you wouldn’t even have guessed a parade had taken place. That’s not the case

with this island’s parade. It’s an event! In Charlotte’s absence, much of the slack has been taken up by West Cape May Mayor Pam Kaithern, who rattles the cages and beats the bushes in order to raise the necessary money. The Chalfonte Hotel has already contributed from a sellout dinner recently, and next up is our contribution... We’re calling it a Spookily Great Night of Eating. This coming Wednesday, October 26, Exit Zero Cookhouse will be bathed in Halloween decorations, our staff will be in costume (including me, your host for the night). There will be jack-o-lanterns and scary music — everything from Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” to the theme tunes from Jaws, The Exorcist and Halloween — and lots more in between. In keeping with the theme, we will have our very scary curry, the Kraken, which is delicious but way too hot for me. It’s already been acclaimed by Craig LaBan of the Philadelphia Inquirer as a a “truly odd but defyingly great shrimp curry.” I can agree with that sentiment (especially the “great” part). For those of you

“2016 Most Romantic Restaurants in America” - Open Table Diners’ Choice Open Nightly - Dinner from 5:30pm / 5pm Saturdays - Piano Music on Saturday

$40 EARLY DINNER 3 COURSE PRIX FIXE

Sunday through Friday 5.30-6.30pm offseason (excluding Saturdays & Holiday Weekends)

Join Us For CAPE MAY RESTAURANT WEEK - November 3-6, 2016 Reserve Now for THANKSGIVING DINNER... 2-7pm - $55 adults, $25 children


Page 14 who don’t like the heat, there are some great non-curry options, so worry not. The point is... come support your community and a great event — and have a really good time while you’re at it. It’s just $20 for a three-course meal, which is at least a third off our regular prices. And every single cent we collect that night will go to the parade. We already have 50 reservations on the book, so help us pack the place out. Call 609-770-8479 to make your reservations. See you there! Speaking of great causes, the annual Soleman run is happening on November 12. This event, a 5k run, was initiated by Betsy Sole as a tribute to her husband, the late, lamented Gene Sole. So far it has raised more than $30,000 for local scholarships in the last five years, which is fantastic. There are few better local beneficiaries of fundraising than local scholarships. This year’s event will begin at Convention Hall. Bring along a canned good for the local food pantry and you’ll get a cup of coffee to warm you up before the run. For more information, visit solemanrun.com. Looks like the clock is ticking for a much-loved local landmark. The Sisters of St Joseph, a Philadelphia-based company of nuns, are considering knocking down St Mary by-the-Sea, a retreat house

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And The Last Word Goes To... Our Man Bird

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next to the lighthouse that they have owned for more than a century. “As we engage in both demographic and financial planning, we believe it is necessary for us to plan for the divestment of this property,” the congregation said in a statement. Their plan? Not to sell to the highest bidder. Instead, they would love to see the land

“returning it to nature.” What that means is uncertain, but it could open the way for a public park in this very special part of the island. Nope... didn’t talk about politics this week. I’m sure the last week has left you you as sick of listening to politicians as I am. But we’ll be back next week with a discussion of some of the issues. Until then...


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RE-CRAFTING A

TRADITION

Fresh New Look for 2016! BACON THURSDAYS

EAGLES/NFL GAME SUNDAYS $5 Mini Cheese Steaks $6 Wings $2.50 Miller Lite & Yuengling Drafts (All Day)

$5 Bacon Bloody Marys $7 Maple Bacon Old Fashioned $5 Loaded Fries ½ Price Harry’s Burgers

CRUSH FRIDAYS $5 Crush Drinks $5 Hummus & $6 Wings

Serving Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner Thursday - Sunday 8am-9:30pm

Cape May’s Only Oceanfront Wine & Liquor Shop 609.884.6114

B E ACH AT M AD I SON AV E N UE CAPE M AY, N J • (609) 88- HARRY HARRYSCAPE M AY. COM


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Heathcote’s and Hansberry’s

Dave, David and Amy Vanaman

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

Harbor View Restaurant, marina & bar

TreatsAllWeek!10/17-10/23 monday Flatbreads tuesday Cod Cake Dinner $16 wednesday London Broil Dinner $16 thursday Prime Rib Dinner $16

Happy Hour

friday Shrimp Stravaganza sunday

Turkey Dinner & Burger Mania All day and all night!

Mon-Fri

3-6

deck open weekends

- weather permitting

954 OCEAN DRIVE, CAPE MAY ¯ (609) 884-5444 ¯ HARBORVIEWCAPEMAY.COM


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OCTOBER EVENTS

MONDAY

Band Karaoke and Open Mic

THURSDAY - PONG TOURNAMENT - GOT BALLS? Sign up starts at 8pm • Play begins at 9pm $5 Entry fee • weekly prizes 1st & 2nd place Champion grand prize

SIP & ROLL PARTY THURSDAY, OCT 27: 7PM

We teach you to roll, then you roll! Large Parties Welcome $50 per person includes house wine and draft beer

FRIDAY NIGHTS SINGER SONGWRITER Ken Shiles & Ci Bon - 7:30-10:30PM

IRONPIERCRAFTHOUSE.COM

7th ANNUAL PUMPKIN SCAVENGER HUNT & HALLOWEEN PARTY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29

Find the hidden pumpkins throughout Cape May (clues on Facebook) Redeem Pumpkins at our Halloween Party for big prizes! Halloween Party - Live Music with 23 North Costume Party - Win $100 for Best Costume $5 Witches Cauldron Special, $5 Devils Reach Draft, $2 PBR

CABANASONTHEBEACH.COM


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Want to know where to Eat, Shop, Stay & Play in America’s Original Seaside Resort?

Our Cool Cape May book is for sale at the Exit Zero stores and other fine local establishments. Only $19.50 for more than 340 pages. In full color, hardback! Or buy online at www.ezstore.us.

Thursday, October 20, 2016

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Kathleen, Joann and Bella Sturm

Shona, Valentino and Amelia Speyerer

Dinner from 5pm Friday & Saturday Early Birds $25 5-5:30pm 1 S unset B oulevard, C ape M ay, N ew J ersey (609) 898-0100 | blackduckonsunset.com

Angel-Marie, Mary Griner, Alyssa and Dawn Playford


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American Cuisine Freshest Seafood Sizzling Steaks Great Bar Menu Dinner Wed-Sat from 5pm Bar Menu from 4pm Happy Hour from 4-6:30pm

Carl, Olivia and Lauren Suit

615 Lafayette Street, Cape May 609-884-2111•www.oysterbayrestaurant.com

Skylar, Lincoln and Cindy Matthews

Bentley Gray, Grace and Haddie Watson


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Alicia and Victor Grasso PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV... TO ORDER COPIES, PLEASE CALL (609) 770-8479

Thetraditioncontinues.PleasejoinusforourextendedseasonthroughOctober30!

Friday 10/21: DJ Cristoforo & Saturday 10/22: Maddie Hogan FRIDAY Dinner from 4:00pm SATURDAY & SUNDAY Lunch & Dinner from Noon 91 Beach Drive, North Cape May / 609-886-5529


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Maria, Maya

The Hotaling family

Neela and Mommy

Abby, Angel

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

“The Washington Inn is by far one of Cape May’s best restaurants! The food is wonderful and the ambiance is magical!” — TRIPADVISOR, JUNE 2016

AT THE WINE BAR... FIVE ON FRIDAYS $5 Appetizers & $5 Glasses of Wine

open FRI-SAT @ 5pm 801 Washington Street, Cape May 609-884-5697 washingtoninn.com

Cheers! South Jersey’s Largest, Finest Wine Cellar


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10/9: Around 1:30pm At Cape May Winery

Lori and John Dinko

George and Lori Solanick

Beachcomber winos, Lindsay, Ana, Cody, Allyson, Donna, Jill, Bob, Collin

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

Uncle Bill’s And FAMILY RESTAURANT

Pumpkin Pancakes Are Back!

Monday to Friday 7-2 Saturday & Sunday 6:30-2 BEACH & PERRY, CAPE MAY


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10/9: Around 1:30pm At Cape May Winery

Karen and Ken Norton

Megan Mazzoni, David Saenz Jr

Angela and Ed McLaughlin

Kara K., Michael Volstorf

Bill, Lori

Carol Mazure, Bob Butler

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

Adored by Visitors...

Loved by Locals! New Gluten-free options!

est. 1980

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Cape May’s original farm to table Dinner Thu-Sun @ 5pm ~ 609.884.5882 104 Jackson Street, Cape May VISIT OUR CHOCOLATE BAR NEXT DOOR!

Sun - Thu Open 7-9 daily & Fri-Sat 7-9 7-9:30 mini meals sun-thu mini meals are back ! sun-thu

Beach & Grant, Cape May 609-884-3772


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10/9: Around 1:30pm At Cape May Winery

Michael and Stephanie Smith

Sam, Devon

Bill and Karen Zimmerman

Rachael Fulford, Heather Lucadema

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

Breakfast Saturday & Sunday • Lunch on Saturday • Dinner Nightly (Closed Oct. 20, 26 & 27))

THANKSGIVING DINNER 2-7pm - Whole Turkey Carved Tableside - Reserve Now!

EARLY SEATING SPECIAL

Nightly 5-6pm • 3 Courses for $25 • 4 Courses for $35 7 Ocean St., Cape May • 800-582-5933 • www.innofcapemay.com


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10/9: Around 1:30pm At Cape May Winery PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV

Serving Lunch & Dinner Daily

Faith and Marlayna Lauser, Alex Winchell, Becky Stanton

322 Washington Street Mall, Cape May (609) 884-9119 • www.tishasfinedining.com Fabulous Food & Cool Cocktails in a casual pub atmosphere!

Happy Hour Daily 3-6pm & All Day Sunday

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES GAME SPECIALS

$5 Meatball Sliders • $5.50 Americana Pizza Half Price Wings • $2 Bud Light Drafts $2 Coors Light Drafts • $2 Yuengling Drafts

Millie and Juan Nunez, Dan and Mary Capper

Angela McLauglin, Greg and Tracy Andrus

HALF PRICE WINE BY THE BOTTLE ALL DAY FRIDAY!

LUNCH & DINNER DAILY Kitchen Hours: Sunday-Thursday 11:30am-10pm Friday & Saturday 11:30am-11pm

3729 Bayshore Road Nor th Cape May (609) 889-7000 www.5Westpub.com


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

A local cafe with a wholesome aroma

open daily all year breakfast • lunch • dinner friday

&

open every day

7:30-2

except wednesday capemaypointredstore.com

8am-9 pm • dinner from 5pm sunday-thursday 8am-3 pm

saturday

Vegan, Vegetarian & Gluten-Free Friendly Pampered Pooch Patio & Pura Vida New Backyard Dining Room! 406 N. Broadway, West Cape May 609-884-6332 • www.bellavidacafe.com

open every day

7-2:30

except wednesday

thelittlestorecapemay.com


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The Original

FUDGE KITCHEN

JOE SAYS: Come in and sample a piece of our delicious fudge. We’re sure you’ll agree it’s the best!

PAUL SAYS: Treat a friend or loved one to a special piece of Cape May. We mail anywhere in the world!

A CAPE MAY TRADITION

Celebrating 45 years of the finest fudge, chocolates & sweet treats!

Our Famous Pumpkin Pie Fudge is Back!

FEATURING Whipped Creamy Fudge & Premium Chocolates Saltwater Taffy & Homemade Caramel Corn Hand-Dipped Ice Cream & More! OPEN EVERY DAY IN CAPE MAY Washington Street Mall and the Promenade

toll-free @ 1-800-23-FUDGE  online @ www.FudgeKitchens.com


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NO FRIES, NO PIZZA, NO CHICKEN FINGERS

MAC

DIFFERENT IS GOOD!

10/8: Saturday At The Beach Plum Farm Festival PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV

Instead, we want you to try our

Classic Tea Luncheon Elegant Afternoon Tea Signature Sandwiches Kobe Beef Sliders Crab Cake Sandwich Quiche Homemade Soups & Salads

The Sundogs

& lots more

Mark and Leticia Arrington, Loki, Thor

Cafe

& TEAROOM

At the Emlen Physick Estate, Cape May, NJ

Operated by the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC)

1048 Washington St. • FREE PARKING 12Noon to 4 pm Tues.-Sun. through Oct. 30 Kids Menu • TaKe OuT TAKE-OUT/RESERVATIONS: CALL 609-224-6064

Jamie


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Mark and Anita Scherer, Jamie, Pete, Jenna and Cora Alletag, Julia and Alyce Devaney PHOTOGRAPH BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV... TO ORDER COPIES, PLEASE CALL (609) 770-8479

Want to know where to Eat, Shop, Stay & Play in America’s Original Seaside Resort?

Our Cool Cape May book is for sale at the Exit Zero stores and other fine local establishments. Only $19.50 for more than 340 pages. In full color, hardback! Or buy online at www.ezstore.us.

Cape May’s Best-Kept Secret

New Jersey’s Newest Microwinery limited vintage available now!

1034 Rte 47 South Rio Grande GandWwinery.com


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Tastings Everyday No Reservations Required

Sunday-Thursday 12-5 Friday-Saturday 12-6

Blake, Logan and Shari Boehler, Michael and Felix Pagliughi

Tours Saturday At 2

Parties of 8 or more must have reservation

Reservations Required

609.884.1169 www.capemaywinery.com 711 Townbank Road, Cape May NJ

Music & Oysters Saturdays Only

Collier’s liquor store Fall Wine Sale

Lyndsay and Chad Severs, Sue and Bob H.

Save 15% on purchases of 12 bottles or more! open every day all year follow us on instagram

& twitter for weekly specials

@colliersliquor 202 JACKSON v

open daily v 609-884-8488

Harry Gamble, Steve Olszewski, Iraisa Ann Reilly, KiKo


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Sally and Dominic D., John and Carmela Tucci

Diane, Janine, Suzanne

Jenn, Laura, Melanie

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Open Every Day 8-7 • 609-886-5121 1215 BAYSHORE ROAD AT BATES AVENUE • VILLAS


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The Ultimate Cape May Food & Drink Guide What You Need To Know About The Food And The Vibe

Meals Served

Price Of Entrées

Bar Or BYOB?

B, L, D

$5-$32 Cards: V, MC, AE, D

FULL BAR

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

BYOB

D

$15-$28 Cards: V, MC

BYOB

YES

NO

B, L, D

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

FULL BAR

YES

YES

D, Sunday L

Cards: V, MC, AE, D

FULL BAR

NO

YES

Bar Menu and Cocktails

Cards: V, MC, AE, D

FULL BAR

NO

NO

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B, L, D

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

FULL BAR

YES

YES

b H

Brewery

$5-$11 Cards: V, MC, AE, D

BAR

NO

NO

L

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

BYOB

NO

YES

Should I Food For Other Book? Kids? Details

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

Aleathea’s serves breakfast, lunch and dinner right across the street from the beach. Enjoy a cocktail on their lovely porch as you watch people go by.

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

There are lots of homemade selections, with plenty of vegan and vegetarian items as well as belly-filling options for carnivores.

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 with some good early bird specials.

THE BLUE PIG TAVERN 200 Congress Place, Cape May (609) 884-8422 www.caperesorts.com/bluepigtavern

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, with a choice of indoor and outdoor dining.

THE BOILER ROOM 200 Congress Place, Cape May (609) 884-8421 www.caperesorts.com/boilerroom

The Boiler Room has a chic industrial vibe with exposed brickwork, stainless steel table tops and a dance floor that’s often bopping. And now they serve brick-oven pizza with draft beers!

THE BROWN ROOM 200 Congress Place, Cape May (609) 884-8422 www.caperesorts.com/brownroom

Congress Hall’s lounge is called Cape May’s Living Room for a reason. The decor is elegant but casual, the drinks are great and the place just says “classy.”

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

By day it’s a family-friendly restaurant with open windows that allow the ocean breezes in. By night it’s one of the liveliest spots in town with great live bands and a fun crowd.

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

The first microbrewery at the Jersey Shore keeps going from strength to strength, winning awards for their growing selection of beers. Visit the taproom for a fun way to experience their selections.

CARRIAGE HOUSE 1048 Washington Street, Physick 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.

DELANEY’S IRISH PUB & GRILL 400 Washington Street, Cape May (609) 770-8559 www.delaneyscapemay.com

The addition of an Irish pub has been a popular one in Cape May. As you’d expect, this is the place to get Guinness, and good pub grub. The burgers and meat pies have been receiving rave reviews.

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THE EBBITT ROOM 25 Jackson Street, Cape May (609) 884-5700 www.caperesorts.com/ebbittroom

Enjoy your meal on The Ebbitt Room porch, overlooking tree-lined Jackson Street, or take in the buzzy vibe of the dining room and expanded bar for a quintessential Cape May dining experience.

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Casual and family-friendly, E. M. Hemingway’s offers fine seafood, prime beef and nightly specials. Enjoy the happy hours daily from 4-7pm.

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EXIT ZERO COOKHOUSE 109 Sunset Boulevard, West Cape May (609) 305-5203

A fun new restaurant unlike any other place in town. It’s the only place within 40 miles to serve Indian food, plus there are a lot of great Americana dishes, too! Serving dinner daily.

5 WEST PUB 3729 Bayshore Road, North Cape May (609) 889-7000 www.5westpub.com

This hotspot is a gastropub coming to you from the owners of Tisha’s. Expect the same high-quality food and high-quality service, in a relaxed atmosphere.

GODMOTHER’S Broadway and Sunset (609) 884-4543 www.godmothersrestaurant.com

Downhome Italian food, just like your mama, or your grandma, or your aunt would make. Reasonably priced and one of the better local options for a family dinner.

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

A locals’ favorite for a reason. There’s a Key West vibe, good food, regular entertainment, and the views are spectacular. Enjoy a cocktail and some seafood, including sushi, on the waterfront deck.

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HARPOONS ON THE BAY Beach Drive and Browning, N. Cape May (609) 886-5529 www.harpoonhenrys.net

Famous for its sunsets, there’s no better place to sip on a cocktail while watching that fading orange glow. Great place for a family get-together. Dog-friendly on patio and at umbrella tables.

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

Beautifully renovated with a great new indoor/ outdoor bar. Daily happy hour specials, with breezes straight off the Atlantic, and a relaxed, vibe with fine comfort food, and a great selection of draught beers.

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IRON PIER CRAFT HOUSE 429 Beach Avenue, Cape May (609) 884-1925

Remember Martini Beach, located above Cabanas on Beach and Decatur? Well, Iron Pier is the new game in town. Same owners, but a new menu, great new beer list, and the decor got a spruce-up, too!

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THE LOBSTER HOUSE Fisherman’s Wharf, Cape May (609) 884-8296 www.thelobsterhouse.com

Take-out, fish market, restaurant, raw bar, breakfast, dinner... The Lobster House has it all. Drinks on the Schooner American before dinner is a must-do Cape May experience.

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LOUISA’S CAFÉ 104 Jackson Street, Cape May (609) 884-5882

Long before farm to table was the hot new thing to talk about, Louisa’s was practicing that philosophy. Thirty-six years later, they’re maintaining that simple culinary excellence. Fresh ingredients, good food.

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

A huge hit and locals’ favorite for a reason. Excellent food (the thin-crust pizzas are excellent), great bar vibe and service. Lucky Bones gets it right every time.

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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. And there’s two great new chefs in the kitchen!

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OCEAN VIEW Beach and Grant Avenues, Cape May (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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OYSTER BAY 615 Lafayette Street, Cape May (609) 884-2111 www.oysterbayrestaurant.com

A lovely dining room, a beautiful new bar and restaurant area that’s proving to be a huge hit, a new bar menu, great martinis and classic, generous dishes.

PETER SHIELDS INN 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.

QUINCY’S ORIGINAL LOBSTER ROLLS 709 Beach Avenue, Cape May (609) 600-3571 www.quincysoriginal.com THE RED STORE 500 Cape Avenue, Cape May Point (609) 884-5757 www.capemaypointredstore.com

Cape May was needing some proper, Maine-style lobster rolls. And now we have them! Quincy’s serve great rolls, with generous servings of Maine lobster, plus there are loads of non-lobster choices for kids. Acclaimed, inventive 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.

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. Really good wings too! And now, drum roll... they have unveiled an exciting breakfast menu.

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RUSTY NAIL 205 Beach Avenue, Cape May (609) 884-0017 www.caperesorts.com/rusty-nail

Coldest beer and coolest vibe in town. The iconic Rusty Nail is the place to be for a uniquely Cape May experience. And they even have non-alcoholic brew and menu items for dogs!

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

This local favorite serves delicious food for breakfast, lunch and dinner. And they have a petfirendly patio too. Check out their sister restaurant, 5 West Pub, too.

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TOMMY’S FOLLY COFFEE 251 Beach Avenue, Cape May (609) 884-6522 www.congresshall.com

Situated in the lobby of Congress Hall, this shop has great coffee and some lovely to-go breakfast goodies, as well as healthy and tasty lunch options.

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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. Great spot for outdoor dining on the mall. Check their ad for upcoming live entertainment.

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

Reliably good food — there is a reason why people wait.. Open daily. You can sit outside with ocean and beach views and dine with your dog if the weather is nice.

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UNION PARK Beach Avenue and Howard Street (609) 884-8811 www.unionparkdiningroom.com WASHINGTON INN 801 Washington Street, Cape May (609) 884-5697 www.washingtoninn.com

Fine dining in a classic old hotel, where both the decor and the food are inspired. Voted one of the best restaurants in the state by New Jersey Monthly magazine. Superb gourmet food, and a cool but cozy bar. Check out an amazing wine list of over 10,000 bottles; they’ve got the largest wine cellar in South Jersey.

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The Old Fogey

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

do not hate or fear clowns as much as most people. I never met a clown who was able to scare me enough that I could not deliver a sound thrashing with my silver-topped walking cane. But let me stress that this treatment was not meted out to passive and mildly amusing clowns. Those jolly fellows with their long shoes and rotating bow ties and teary faces always made me laugh, though not uproariously, as, say, the sight of someone being run over by a steamroller. But I am not really very clear on this killer clown trend I am reading about. Also, I am assuming it will be a short-lived one in every sense, given this nation’s attitudes to ownership of firearms and their place in solving disputes. Unless of course we are seeing actual outbreak of supernatural beings, as tends to happen regularly here in Cape May. In which case, as you will all know (from watching those charmless Winchester boys in the televisual documentary series Supernatural) they cannot be dispatched by

means of regular weapons, needing instead salt and usually some arcane symbols thrown around. In the D’Catur Mansion basement we do have a permanent collection of spooks in old mason jars. They were captured my myself over the years and will reside in the basement forever, for the benefit of humankind. Well, I say “forever”: I suspect that will depend on Mrs Miggins the cleaner, whose hand is less steady than before and who careers around dusting the shelves down there with what can at best be called “enthusiasm”.

But with All Hallow’s Eve (do NOT call it Halloween!) coming up, I fear we will see our share of killer clowns both real and fake, and we should prepare as best we can for that. I suggest a combination of amusing comedy inf latable giant hammers and stout shoes (ideally leather-soled chestnut brogues) dusted in salt. The former will make a delightful “peep” noise when hitting someone and the latter will deliver an excorcism and a good old fashioned kicking. Not to mention being just the very thing for sprinting away on should you find yourself tackling a bogey man. Actually, that will serve you well on a daily basis, too, in case on your travels you should chance upon Jehovah’s Witnesses, Wildwoodians or a straggling Shoebie. I find in life that a stout pair of “smart but deadly” dress shoes should be in every man and woman’s wardrobe. I myself have a dozen such pairs, including my titanium tipped deck shoes (lethal but not so heavy a chap will drown if a kick sends him overboard).

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The Activity Column

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Catherine Dugan’s guide to getting out there... this week, the allure of local drama

f you need an escape from the absurd show playing out on cable news, take in a play. Theater is an ancient art, which probably stemmed from an innate need to mock the mighty and elevate the powerless. Perhaps it was a battle among tribal chieftains that first prompted an ancient human to stand in the spotlight of a community fire. The audience likely welcomed the distraction from their version of an election, or from whatever passed for mundane worries in the ancient world. According to paintings in the Chauvet Cave in France, people as far back as the Ice Age gathered for “paleotheater.” In Shang Dynasty China, around 1600 BCE, mimes and musicians entertained their friends. A Greek priest named Thespis is the first actor to get billing. He performed in honor of the god Dionysus. Standing on a platform on an Athenian hillside in 534 BCE, Thespis took the bold step of interacting with the chorus, thereby inventing dialogue. All these centuries later, we still turn to theater to make sense of a senseless world, or to give our-

selves something profound to think about. In those morning minutes before the alarm goes off, as you lay in bed wiggling your toes and hoping in vain that the dog will take herself around to your spouse’s side of the bed just this once, it’s nice to remember the show you saw last night. Cape May is rich in theater options. At Cape May Stage, Alex, a struggling thespian finds a job and a home with a “beloved megastar” in Jonathan Tolins’ Buyer and Cellar. This comedy explores the “price of fame” and the “oddest of odd jobs”. Roy Steinberg directs. Buyer and Cellar runs through November 18. Tickets are $38, with discounts for students and active duty military. Visit capemay-

stage.org for info. Elaine’s Dinner Theater presents Sherlock Holmes and the Werewolf of London. Is there really a werewolf stalking the citizens of London? Sherlock will need all of his powers of observation and the help of his friend Dr. Watson to get to the bottom of things. Tickets, including dinner, are $49.95 for adults, $39.95 for teens, and $29.95 for children 12 and under. Seating at 7:30. Ask about matinees. Reservations are highly recommended. Call (609) 884-1199 or visit the website at elaine’scapemay.com. Preview the menu to prove to the kiddies that they won’t go hungry. Get into the Halloween mood over at the East Lynne Theater Company on October 22. Popular actors from the company present Poe by Candlelight, stories by the “master of the macabre,” Edgar Allan Poe. Refreshments will be served. Tickets are $12, and children under 12 are free. Showtime is 8pm. On November 4 and 5, the Adventures of Detective Holmes and Carter return for the eleventh year.


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10/8: Lima Bean Festival At Wilbraham Park

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10/8: Lima Bean Festival At Wilbraham Park

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Mullock Unity l Conservation l Preservation

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Cape May Council

Growing up in Cape May taught me about small-town manners. If elected, I would seek to bring people together by focusing on the many issues that unite us instead of belaboring the issues that divide us. The people of Cape May deserve leaders who are focused on working for them, not against each other, and are willing to set real goals to move forward. In college, I served as class president and co-captain of the ice hockey team. It was a small Division 1 school where everyone knew everyone. I was proud to have those leadership roles and was elected to those roles by my peers because I was seen as friendly, fair and respectful, while never being afraid to voice a strong opinion on issues I thought to be important and on changes that needed to be made. I disagreed with many people along the way but I learned important lessons. We can disagree without resorting to hostility and strife. We can be respectful and civil while expressing independent views.

HERE ARE SOME OF MY GOALS... Conservation and Preservation Not only maintain, but grow, preservation initiatives. And continue to promote our history. Parking Plan Developed by elected officials and publicprivate partnerships. We should consider the future of driverless cars – we need leaders who understand technology. Attracting Families Provide incentives to attract families, and look at making the Cape Island Grade School K-8 one of the best in the country. Beach Safety This is not a new issue – my family and I have been active in helping those with injuries for 10-plus years. We are lucky to have a community willing to expend the time and

effort necessary to find solutions. We need to empower the beach safety commission.

Convention Hall. It could be a bath house, with retail space to help fund the project.

Storm Surge Protection We should be a shining example to other seaside towns by how prepared we are for the changing environment. We need a 25-year plan.

Community Center The Franklin Street school could be part of a long-term solution. We need a center.

Extend the Promenade & Seawall Expand the promenade on the east side, while adding storm protection through grants. Trash Collection Trash collection companies should pick up on the same day as recycling. It will improve our appearances and simplify life for home owners. Underused Space Replace the trailer-style bathroom in front of Angelo’s and rehabilitate the building next to

Bike Safety/Support We should have a plan for connecting into the planned bike path which will go from the lighthouse all the way to the county zoo. Six More Weeks of Summer Create an event much like Groundhog Day in Punxsutawney Pa. We should OWN summer. Each year, with a dolphin as the centerpiece of our campaign, we should proclaim six more weeks of summer! For more details... see my Facebook page MULLOCK FOR COUNCIL

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The Answer Lady

T

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. Or, simply sit back, enjoy a cup of coffee and contemplate the wisdom herein. Dear Answer Lady I am a chef at a restaurant in Atlantic City. My baby brother is getting married and asked me to cater the wedding. Then his fiancé got into planning the menu and wanted expensive and difficult dishes. When I refused and gave her an alternative menu, she made it a first-class family drama. I simply couldn’t acquiesce. Making gourmet dishes for 12 and making them for 150 is a whole other level of effort. She has since fired me and is bringing in a taco truck. We went from lobster entrées and lamb lollipop apps to tacos in lightning speed. What do I do on the wedding day? – Chef Boy R We Screwed Dear Chef Simple. You sit back and enjoy the day.

Wise answers to perplexing questions

It’s a win-win. No one will be comparing your cooking to the taco truck. Give the bride a big kiss and welcome her to the family. The Answer Lady suspects your soon-to-be sister-in-law discovered how much money it was going to cost to get a caterer offering up lobster and lamb and realized too late how generous you offer was. As part of your wedding present, perhaps you should include gift certificates from The Lobster House and The Ebbitt Room. That way she can have her lobster and tacos, too.

Dear Answer Lady I am a bridesmaid in a wedding which is just around the corner and I am at my wit’s end. I’ve had my dress for weeks and yesterday tried it on. When I saw that it was much snugger than when I picked it up, I immediately went to the scale. I gained five pounds. What if I gain even more weight? I have had problems with bulimia in the past and now I find myself eyeing the Ex-Lax again. I so don’t want to start down that road again. What should I do? — Poor Fit Dear Fit Five pounds is nothing. Take the dress to a seamstress and she’ll be able to make some small adjustments. Do watch your diet but, more importantly, stop stressing about this. It isn’t worth it. Bridesmaids’ dresses have always been a horror. Keep in mind — the bride is the star here. Meanwhile, you need an ego boost. Go to Pink and/or Seaweeds and pick something pretty and flattering. Go back home. Put the new frock on — look in the mirror and say to yourself three times, “I’m pretty, oh so pretty inside and out.”


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10/8: Lima Bean Festival At Wilbraham Park PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV

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10/2: Grand Slam Breakfast At Cape Island Lodge

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10/2: Grand Slam Breakfast At Cape Island Lodge PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV

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10/9: Kelsey Lewis’ Sweet 16 At The Kiwanis Club

Emily Worstar, Makayla Hueber

Gail, Olivia, Kelsey

The family

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Genny’s 30th Birthday Bash Memorial FUNraiser Saturday, November 12 7:00 - 10:00 p.m. 501 Beach @ the Marquis! Live Music, 50/50 Raffle, Eagles Pool and Chinese Auction! $20 admission includes food & beer

All proceeds benefit The Genny Lynn Farnan Robinson Scholarship Fund As a birthday gift to Gen please bring a toy donation for her favorite non-profit: The Lynch who Stole Christmas from the Grinch

INTERESTED IN DONATING? CALL ASHLEY @ 609.408.9258 Lunch With Lynch is a 501(c)3 non-profit ID#46-125221


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Tony Sbarra, Sherri and Ricki Davis

Gia Castella, Dan Cristelo, Natalia DeMusz

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Bird Droppings

ctober is a bittersweet month. Yes, Cape May is treated to an avalanche of exciting migrating birds, and arriving winter residents — but it’s also the month the last of our summer residents depart. Take purple martins, the large social swallow whose burbles, chirps and trills have been part of the audio landscape since April. Won’t be heard or seen here until next spring. Laughing gulls? Now streaming south. Cape May beaches are just not the same without them. For the next five months the gull lineup will be limited to ring-billed, herring, great black-backed and lesser blackbacked. Yes, I missed Bonaparte’s. But these delicate Arctic nesters don’t commonly join the lineup of gulls on the beach. They hover and spin in the chop beyond the breakers. Second Avenue Jetty is a great spot to see them and a good place to view red-throated loons, another Arctic breeder that winters here. But this column is a lament to the birds

that don’t winter here — house wrens, indigo buntings, whip-poor-wills. Those summer breeders that do stay, so called year-rounders, grow furtive or don toned-down plumage like American goldfinch. Goldfinch, by the way, like thistle and black oil sunflower seed. Closely related to goldfinch, siskins may be here in numbers this winter — so stockpile thistle seed. I anticipate lots of siskin because it’s been a good year for migrating red-breasted nuthatch. Red-breasteds are

often the advance guard heralding a winter blessed by large numbers of “winter finch.” You might want to bulk up on sunflower seed, too. Purple finch love black oil sun, as do cardinals and jays. Attracting a male cardinal to your yard is sure to brighten a winter day. Cardinals like large, open platforms and shun crowds. The reason is survival. If a hunting sharpshinned hawk makes a pass at your feeder, the bright red bird is easy to target in the frenzy of wings. So cardinals feed early and late before the hawk-attracting crowds gather. When should you start feeding birds for the winter? Now. Migrating white-throated sparrows and prospecting winter finch will be searching for that bird-friendly yard through November. Talk to Brian Moscatello at Cape May Bird Observatory about feeding tips and feeders that are easy to fill and maintain. Me? I like a bird-filled yard on snowy mornings. Gladdens the heart, As for marauding sharp-shinned hawks, I consider them one more bird coming to the feeder, as welcome as any other feathered minion.

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Happy birthday Kelsey Lewis

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9/3: Bridget English And Daniel Mortimer Wedding In Cape May

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• Climb a real air-traffic control tower! • Sit in the cockpit! • Learn about a variety of aircraft • Coast Guard & 9/11 exhibit area

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The Movie Column

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By Tom Sims of Cape May Film Society

here are scars of racism in our history which we can hardly say — reading today’s headlines — have healed. And if you think I’m talking exclusively about slavery, you’re wrong. A new film called Birth of a Nation tells the story of Nat Turner, an enslaved preacher from the early 1800s. He traveled to plantations throughout his county, forced to preach to slaves in the hope of settling any possible uprisings. His job was gut-wrenching as he twisted passages from the Bible to encourage tolerance of abuse that can only be described as crimes against humanity. After seeing the worst owners can do, Turner sees how he can lead his people in a different direction — namely, insurrection. The scene of Turner saying grace before white dinner guests at his owner’s house is the most powerful you’ll see on film this year. Based on a true story, the rebellion was very bloody but short-lived. Turner is played by Nate Parker, a relative newcomer, who also co-wrote and directed (this is his feature film directorial debut). The film was picked up by

Don’t miss Birth of a Nation Fox Searchlight at the Sundance Film Festival for a record-breaking $17.5 million. So what are the other scars? The film takes its name from a movie released a century ago. That version is said to have made history in modern filmmaking — when it really only incited bigotry and murder. Back then, director and United Artists co-founder D.W. Griffith was called the Inventor of Hollywood. He was also a hatemonger. So what did Hollywood do? They created a lifetime

achievement award after his death around 1950. How long did it take for them to see the error of naming a bigot as an exalted visionary? Nearly 50 years later, they took his name off the award. The original Birth of a Nation generated millions of dollars, setting new records. The film depicted African Americans as evil and the Ku Klux Klan as heroes. Membership in the Klan back then was dwindling to low figures. After the film, enrollment shot up to millions, the highest it had ever been. And was Hollywood ashamed? Quite the contrary, it was ecstatic to hit such profits and gave Griffith high honors. See the new Birth of a Nation because you can’t always turn away from the evil side of American history. See it because you can’t ignore the dark side of Hollywood. And I’m not just talking about the seedy, “can’t believe how many nuts there are in this business” side. I’m talking about the “can’t believe how ignorant we were up until very recently” side. Lastly, see it in hopes that these scars may some day heal.

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9/3: Bridget English And Daniel Mortimer Wedding In Cape May PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV

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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

BULLY is a three year old cane corso mix. He is the perfect age-beyond the puppy antics but young enough to want to play and take long walks. He is a strong boy but walks nicely on the leash and will give you his attention when asked. Bully can be selective with other dogs because he would prefer all the attention! Give Bully a chance and adopt!

COOKIE got her name because she is nothing but a treat! She’s quite the cuddlebug and could lay the day away with you. She would be the perfect companion for anyone looking for a loyal lover. Cookie’s kisses could cure anything! Give her a chance and in return receive all the love you could ever need. Adopt Cookie today!

SARGE is a boxer mix who is one of the new guys at the shelter. He often gets called Large Sarge due to his size! He already knows orders such as sit and give paw and is learning how to walk nicely on the leash. Give this big pup a second chance and he will surely make you proud. Get down to the shelter and adopt Sarge today!

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9/3: Bridget English And Daniel Mortimer Wedding In Cape May

Congratulations, Bridget and Daniel! PHOTOGRAPH BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV... TO ORDER COPIES, PLEASE CALL (609) 770-8479

Stacy Hutchinson Salesperson Cell: 609.972.6004 Office: 609.884.1300

FOR SALE!

3 EGRET DR., LOWER TOWNSHIP Exceptionally well maintained and updated 3 BR/2.5 BA home. $289,900

FOR SALE!

1262 VIRGINIA AVE., CAPE MAY LISTING BROKER CLOSING DATE: 9.23.16 SALE PRICE: $499,500

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1524 YACHT AVE., 916 QUEEN ST., 213 BEACH AVE., UNIT B, CAPE MAY UNIT 2, CAPE MAY CAPE MAY 8 BR/6 BA waterfront 3 BR/3 BA twin with luxury 6 BR/3.5 BA beachfront home townhouse boasting amenities throughout. with unobstructed multiple decks and boat slips. Great rental history. ocean and bay views. $1,099,000 $544,900 $1,245,000

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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

LUCAS is quite the shy guy. Maybe it’s because the stigma that comes along with being a black cat. But bad luck he is not! Lucas wants nothing more then to make a friend and live in a cozy home. Come to the shelter today and meet your new best friend! Lucas will be patiently waiting for you.

ITCHY is a long-haired orange and white furball who got his name because he always has the itch to play and scamp around. Itchy can play for hours and never tire! If you stop playing, he will beg for more! If you’re looking for entertainment, he is sure to liven up your life. Don’t let this sweet little boy pass you by. Adopt today!

HIBIC is a miracle cat because he was blind but now he can see! He got his name because he was “hit by car.” Get it? He was near death when he was brought to the shelter. After a lot of luck and even more love, Hibic was able to heal! The last and final miracle he is waiting for is to find a nice home. Won’t you make his last wish come true?

Kathleen Satt Salesperson Cell: 609.972.4014 Office: 609.884.1300

407 Pittsburgh Avenue, Cape May

Enjoy the sound of the surf and a laidback vibe as the owner of this 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath home steps from the beach. HUGE private rear deck suited for relaxing après-beach. From the entertainment-friendly kitchen/dining room to the 3rd floor bonus room (with foosball and pool table) you will enjoy your comfy Cape May beach retreat. All this and much more... in a great location steps from the lapping waves of the ocean and the beautiful beach. Call for a personal tour and pricing info.

311 Pittsburgh Avenue, Cape May

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Email: KSatt@deSatnickRealEstate.com

FOR SALE! 32 JACKSON ST., CAPE MAY OPPORTUNITY AWAITS with this INCOME PRODUCING condo located on Historic Jackson Street in the heart of Cape May. The “Atlantic” suite encompasses the entire top level of the c.1905 Puffin. $490,000

www.deSatnickRealEstate.com

1001 Lafayette St., Cape May NJ 08204

Todd H. deSatnick / Broker of Record


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10/5: Chamber Of Commerce Installation Dinner At The Grand PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV

Michael C. Powers Direct: (609) 408-4150

Richard Roach Direct: (609) 425-9812

1254 Wilson Drive, Cape May Waterfront Living at its Finest 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath luxury custom home with four boat slips. Sit on one of your three back decks & enjoy all the views that waterfront living has to offer. One car garage with plenty of street parking. Property is a must see!

Jim Nasium, Claudia C., Jennifer Pagano

Schedule your appointment today.

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7 Rabbit Run, Lower Township

Lena, Cathy, John

4 bedroom, 2.5 bath 2-story home plus 2-story barn sitting on just under 1.5 acres of land in the desirable Rabbit Run community. 3101 Dune Drive, Unit 108, Avalon (609) 884-2800 • bowmanwalkerrealestate.com DAVID M. WALKER Broker

Chuck and Karen Lear, Marie Hayes


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Ami Menz

Broker Sales Associate GRI, SRES, ABR, CRS Direct: (609) 425-5756 Ami@CoastlineRealty.com

Bob, Patrick, John

206 S. MAIN STREET, CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE Triplex w/garage. Rental income currently of $2750 monthly. In the center of town close to businesses and transportation. $335,000

501 BEACH AVENUE, CAPE MAY Marquis de Lafayette Condo-Tel Units. Hands-free investment. Pool, beachfront, onsite management. Starting at $75,000

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Van Drew, Andrzejczak, Land, Mullock

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Richard Parker

Realtor Sales Associate GRI, CRS, ABR Direct: (609) 602-8234 Rich@BuyCapeMayRealEstate.com 421 Portsmouth Rd, Cape May This impeccable, turnkey 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home is located in Tranquility Park, with peeks of Cape May canal. The upgraded kitchen boasts Silestone quartz counters and an abundance of cabinet space. Ground floor includes dining room, family room and screened porch overlooking the rear yard. A first-floor master features a renovated master bath. Second floor features 2 bedrooms, bathroom. One of the bedrooms offers a bonus room, perfect for a hobby room, office or nursery. Plus attached 2-car garage, attic storage and outside storage shed. $379,000

941 Columbia Avenue, Cape May

Holly O’Donnell, Justine Mullock, Eliza Lotozo, Kelsey Wise

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Kimberly Gipple Realtor Sales Associate

NJAR Circle of Excellence Award Winning Agent 2015 Resort & Second Home Specialist

Direct: 609-972-9302

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BROKER/PUBLIC OPEN HOUSE: Thu, Oct 20 from 4:30-6:30 1907 TIDEWATER AVE., THE LEGACY, RIO GRANDE

Gorgeous 3 bed/2.5 bath End Unit Townhome. Come see these amazing vineyard sunsets for yourself and join me for some wine, cheese and crackers! $329,900

Jonathan Hirsch, Jim Ridgway, Ron Goldstein

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Megan Hunter Salesperson Cell: 609.602.9430 Office: 609.884.1300

Email: MMiller@deSatnickRealEstate.com

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8 OAK AVE., DEL HAVEN Well maintained 3 BR/2 BA home located steps to The Delaware Bay. $239,900

34 BROOKS AVE., SWAINTON Updated 3BD/2BA single family home located just 8 minutes from the beaches of Avalon. $249,000

Mayor Ed Mahaney, Diane Wieland, Gerald Thornton

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1001 Lafayette St., Cape May NJ 08204

Todd H. deSatnick / Broker of Record

John, Fran, Cathy, Tracy


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CLIENT TESTIMONIAL... “Richard Parker has excellent knowledge of Cape May and the surrounding area. He worked diligently with us to find the home we wanted. Rich worked the entire weekend showing my wife and I houses. Since we came in from Cincinnati for the weekend we wanted to maximize the time we had searching for homes. Rich had all the houses mapped out for each day. He never once pressured us to pursue any of the houses he showed us. But when we found the house we wanted he worked tirelessly with the seller to complete the sale. My wife and I have the greatest respect for Rich. He is a true professional.” - Zillow Review

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718 W. Lake, Cape May Point Vacant lot located across the street from Lake Lily. $310,000

11 North Street #3 Cape May - Painted Lady 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms $439,500

4803 Pacific Ave., Wildwood Pacific Grill Restaurant + Two 3 Bedroom Apartments. $599,000

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

5704 LAKE DRIVE, WILDWOOD CREST One of a kind waterfront triplex including a single family home and a detached two unit home with unobstructed water views and spectacular sunsets. Multiple outdoor entertainment areas. Four boat slips. $1,195,000 Rental: Call today to list your 2017 rental with us!

900 EDGEWOOD AVENUE, RIO GRANDE New Construction! 3 Bedroom, 2 Bathrooms. Master Bedroom, wall to wall carpet, open living space. $175,000

Rental: 215 E. 24th Avenue, North Wildwood. 1st Level 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Apartment two blocks to the beach. No Pets. $1100 Month + Utilities. Central Heat/Air.

deSatnick Real Estate 1001 Lafayette Street 609-884-1300 deSatnickRealEstate.com

Ami Menz Coastline Realty 1400 Texas Avenue 609-425-5756 coastlinerealty.com

313 FOW AVENUE, WEST CAPE MAY 3BR/2.5BA custom built home with open floor plan and within walking distance to the heart of Cape May and only 3 blocks to beaches. With 2940 s.f. of living space, there is plenty of space to spread out. Enjoy the views of the Ocean and the Cape May Point Lighthouse from the 3rd floor deck off of the great room. $899,000 Rental: 439 Second Ave., WCM 4 BR/2 BA, Sleeps 9 Pet Friendly Jersey Cape Realty, Inc. 609-884-5800 www.JerseyCapeRealty.com

1488 WASHINGTON STREET, UNIT D, CAPE MAY Waterfront 3 BR/3 BA townhouse with approximate 35’40’ boat slip and awesome Marina District and sunset views! $479,900 Rental: Call today to list your 2017 rental with us! John King deSatnick Real Estate 1001 Lafayette Street Cell: 609-338-8708 desatnickrealestate.com

CANYON CLUB, #222 LOWER TOWNSHIP Canyon Club Resort Marina offers a luxurious lifestyle that includes multiple pools, tennis courts, world famous fishing tournaments, and the largest luxury marina in the area. This 3-story, 3BR/2.5BA corner unit with spectacular views in every direction, offers coastal living at its finest, is completely furnished and ready for your enjoyment. $850,000

501 LIGHTHOUSE AVENUE, CAPE MAY POINT Charming 4 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath Beach House with wood shingle siding, open living/kitchen area and backs up to nature. Truly a must to add to your list. $899,000

Rental: 731 Sunset Blvd., WCM 4 BR/2.5 BA, Sleeps 12

Tai Menz Coastline Realty 1400 Texas Avenue 609-602-8061 coastlinerealty.com

Jersey Cape Realty, Inc. 609-884-5800 www.JerseyCapeRealty.com

Rental: 819 Beach Avenue, Unit 1A, Cape May. The Baronet. 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath Condo available for Winter Rental through end of April. $850 Per Month + Utilities.

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1226 LAFAYETTE STREET, CAPE MAY 2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH Cute as a button, close to all that Cape May offers! Hardwood floors, shed in rear yard. Used as investment with weekly rentals. $375,000

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3700 SHORE DRIVE, CAPE MAY BEACH 3 STORY, 2 BDRM, 1.5 BA Bay views from this perfect shore house, with easy beach access! Plenty of space on a corner lot. A must-see! $495,000

1400 Texas Avenue, Cape May

Carol, Annie, Duck

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Margaret Kittner Bethel Realtor Sales Associate

Direct: (609) 408-1012 MBethel@CoastlineRealty.com

14 CENTENNIAL DRIVE, RIO GRANDE

407 PRINCETON AVENUE, CAPE MAY POINT

3 bed, 2 bath in Centennial Village. Kitchen w/ oak cabinets. Large, beautiful yard. $262,000

3 bed, 1 bath, kitchen w/granite countertop. Screened porch, 3 blocks to beach. $625,000

Bonnie, Lori, Vickie

1400 Texas Avenue, Cape May

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John King

Salesperson Cell: 609.338.8708 Office: 609.884.1300 Email: JKing@deSatnickRealEstate.com

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1432 ROUTE 47, DENNISVILLE 3 BR/1 BA home situated on a large lot adjacent to coastal farmland. $169,000

116 FOLSOM RD., TOWNBANK 3 BR/2.5 BA home built by Townbank Builders. $459,000

Matt Remuzzi, Melissa Laurino, Jesse Stanislaw

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1001 Lafayette St., Cape May NJ 08204

Todd H. deSatnick / Broker of Record

Jordan, Tracey, Kate


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John Kelly, Connor Sharkey, Scott Boyer., Jordan Rowan, Chris Oney

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Shaine Meier, John Catarini, Kaitlyn Mogavero, John Allison, Doreen Talley

836 Washington St, Cape May 3 Bed, 2 Bath / Asking $499,000 One-of-a-kind historic home on historic street. Gracious parlor, den, washer/dryer, multi-zone heating & C/A, multi-car off-street parking, Sold Turnkey: A must-see! call heijung for a showing — 609-602-8641 Heijung Park-Colameco Broker/Sales

Jersey Cape Realty, Inc 739 Washington Street, Cape May Office: 609-884-5800 / Cell: 609-602-8641

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

409 TEAL AVENUE, NORTH CAPE MAY 3BR/1.5BA home near the Delaware Bay beaches. There is a bonus room that could serve as a possible 4th BR. Updates include a new gas forced hot air furnace, new CAC, new gas HW heater, a completely remodeled full bath, new French door refrigerator, new dishwasher, carpet, exterior and interior are freshly painted, and the hardwood floors have been refinished. $225,000 Rental: 1136-38 Lafayette #2, CM 2 BR/2 BA, Sleeps 8 Jersey Cape Realty, Inc. 609-884-5800 www.JerseyCapeRealty.com

407 PRINCETON AVENUE, CAPE MAY POINT This cottage features a screened porch overlooking gardens and is 3 blocks from the beach. The kitchen was remodeled including granite countertops. The dining room has 3 walls of windows overlooking the backyard. A private rear deck, patio with picnic table, outside shower and gardens. Being sold furnished less the contents of the front porch and personal items. $625,000. Margaret Kittner Bethel Coastline Realty 1400 Texas Avenue 609-408-1012 coastlinerealty.com

12 NORTH STREET, CAPE MAY Large Victorian Beach House just 2 blocks to the beach and a quick walk to shops and restaurants. This 6BR/3.5BA property has been a successful rental for many years. The large front porch is a perfect spot to enjoy the Historic District. The garage has been turned into a game room and the side yard and offstreet parking are bonuses for a property located in town. Rental: 921 Queen St., CM 3 BR/2 BA, Sleeps 6 Jersey Cape Realty, Inc. 609-884-5800 www.JerseyCapeRealty.com

202 READING AVENUE, CAPE MAY 2 BR/2 BA single family home with unique architecture; located only short two blocks to the beach. $950,000 Rental:Call today to list your 2017 rental with us! Stacy Hutchinson deSatnick Real Estate 1001 Lafayette Street Cell: 609-972-6004 deSatnickRealEstate.com

707 EAST LAKE DRIVE, CAPE MAY POINT This “green living” property is on a quiet street and perfect for anyone who loves nature. The house is 4BR/2.5BA, has geo-thermal heat, solar array, upside down living, screened porch, and views of Lily Lake. The house overlaps 2 lots with a 100 ft. frontage. Open living space with cathedral cedar ceiling. $759,000 Rental: 1050 Ohio Ave., CM 3 BR/1.5 BA, Sleeps 8 Pet Fri endly

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720 LILLY POND DR., 511 BANK ST., ERMA CAPE MAY 3 BR/2 BA nicely updated 4 BR/3.5 BA single spacious manufactured family home is outfitted home in Cape Meadows with 2016 luxury amenities. Adult community. $137,000 $799,000

RGriffin@deSatnickRealEstate.com www.deSatnickRealEstate.com

Rental: Call today to list your 2017 rental with us! Megan Miller deSatnick Real Estate 1001 Lafayette Street Cell: 609-602-9430 deSatnickRealEstate.com

Jersey Cape Realty, Inc. 609-884-5800 www.JerseyCapeRealty.com

Ryan Griffin Salesperson Cell: 609.602.5578 Office: 609.884.1300

FOR SALE!

45 INDIAN TRAIL, CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE A great commercial opportunity. Home is on one acre. 7.78 acres of farmland presently used as a horse farm. $425,000

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100 SECOND AVE., CAPE MAY 5 BR/2.5 BA one of a kind beach block home. Breathtaking ocean views! $1,449,000

9 MONTAUK CT., LOWER TOWNSHIP Immaculately maintained and spacious 2 BR/2 BA single-family home in Tranquility. $299,000

1001 Lafayette St., Cape May NJ 08204 Todd H. deSatnick / Broker of Record


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119 Aspen Drive Cape May Court House Quiet corner cul-de-sac Near recreation & beaches 3BR/2BA NEW PRICE $299,900

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Tai Menz

Realtor Sales Associate Direct: (609) 602-8061 TaiMenz@CoastlineRealty.com

4400 ARCTIC AVENUE, WILDWOOD Real estate being sold only. Commercial 2-building warehouse w/ efficiency office on 2nd floor. $275,000

301 CARDINAL AVENUE, VILLAS 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath home situated on a large 65x206 lot in the dunes with an inground pool, storage shed and STUNNING VIEWS. $575,000

Shane, Dillon, Linda, Owen, Bob

941 Columbia Avenue, Cape May

609-884-5005 Ext. 107 • BuyCapeMayRealEstate.com

Sol Needles Real Estate

1518 YACHT AVENUE, UNIT 201, CAPE MAY End unit at Devil’s Reach Condo. 2 levels with 3 brms, 2 baths. New appliances, fully furnished. Complex has swimming, covered parking, 30’ boat slip. $549,000

Dennis, Michael, Volha

228 WINDSOR AVENUE, CAPE MAY Duplex in heart of town, short walk to beach and mall. Good investment/ rental – two 3 bedroom apartments with recent renovations; a/c; 50 x 97 lot. Won’t last long at $464,000.

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

Mary Stewart, Carol and Duck Menz


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

931 SEWELL AVENUE, CAPE MAY Located just a few blocks to the beach, this massive 4000+ square foot property includes 12 BR’s, 6 full BA’s and 3 half BA’s. Currently licensed and used as a four-plex but a conversion to a huge single family residence is possible. Other features include full basement, laundry area, original hardwood floors, balcony on every floor with ocean views and so much more! Make your appointment today to see this Cape May gem! $849,000 Homestead Real Estate 502 Bank Street 609-884-1888 HomesteadCapeMay.com

224 WEST WILDE AVENUE, VILLAS Charming beach cottage just three houses from the Bay and spectacular sunsets featuring a two bedrooms, cathedral ceiling living room, large florida room, dining area, kitchen and sliders to the deck for outdoor entertaining, fenced in yard with grape vines covered pergola, large storage shed, and brick patio area. $245,000.

1907 TIDEWATER AVENUE, THE LEGACY, RIO GRANDE Gorgeous 3 bed/2.5 bath End Unit Townhome with amazing Vineyard views $329,900.00!

Rental: 114 Fernwood, Townbank 3 bedroom, 2 bath Single Family sleeps 8. Pet Friendly

Rental: The Abbey, 34 Gurney Street, Cape May. Stay in this beautiful Gothic villa featuring a 60-foot tower with stenciled and ruby glass arched windows. The home features 4 large public rooms, 9 bedrooms and 9.5 baths, barely 1 block to the beach! Contact Kim for rates and more information.

Chris Clemans Sotheby’s International Realty 1159 Washington Street 609-884-3332 chrisclemanssir.com

Kimberly L. Gipple Coastline Realty 1400 Texas Avenue 609-884-5005 coastlinerealty.com

80 MILLMAN LANE, VILLAS Magnificent Delaware Bays views abound from this waterfront estate with tidelands water rights. Custom built, single family home, detached guest cottage and detached and over-sized garage on The Bay. $699,000 Rental: Call today to list your 2017 rental with us! Kathleen Satt deSatnick Real Estate 1001 Lafayette Street Cell: 609-972-4014 deSatnickRealEstate.com

103 WEST WILDE AVENUE, VILLAS Only a 2-block walk to the Delaware Bay from this charming 3BR/1BA home. This darling cottage has a living room with a cathedral ceiling and a bay window. The kitchen is upgraded with a tongue and groove ceiling which adds to the cottage charm and a dining area that sits by the front window adjoining the living area. $189,500 Rental: 716 W. Lake Dr., CMP 4 BR/3 BA, Sleeps 8 New & Pet Friendly

4 POND CREEK LANE, CAPE MAY 5 BR/3.5 BA single family home positioned on a cul-de-sac and located within a mile to The Atlantic Ocean and The Delaware Bay. $1,095,000 Rental: Call today to list your 2017 rental with us! Ryan Griffin deSatnick Real Estate 1001 Lafayette Street Cell: 609-602-5578 deSatnickRealEstate.com

Jersey Cape Realty, Inc. 609-884-5800 www.JerseyCapeRealty.com

FOR SALE

1518 YACHT AVENUE, UNIT 102, CAPE MAY Located in the harbor district this 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo/ townhouse is fully furnished, move-in ready and includes its own boat slip. Inside many updates can be found throughout including the newly remodeled kitchen and master bath. French doors in the living room lead to the deck with water views. Outside enjoy covered parking, shared picnic/gathering area and pool. Make your appointment today! $480,000 Homestead Real Estate 502 Bank Street 609-884-1888 HomesteadCapeMay.com

12 & 14 Cliffside Road, Town Bank 308 CONGRESS STREET, 12 & 14 CLIFFSIDE ROAD, Lot size: 120 x 100 CAPE MAY, UNIT #1

TOWN BANK Single-family cottage with loft  Detached garage Single-family cottage& Natural with gas Just 2/12 blocks to beach and City utilities lot, detached garage. LotSteps sizeto themall, Many possibilities Bay this 2 brm., 1 bath condo. Is convenient to everything 120 x 100. Offered City utilities and Offered at at $400,000 $360,000 and has a good rental hisnatural gas. Many possibilities. tory; this 1st floor front unit is Park-Colameco Just steps toHeijung the Delaware Bay! Broker/Sales 1 of 4 in the building and offers $360,000. Jersey Cape Realty, Inc off-street parking and a large 739 Washington Street, Cape May screened porch - $309,500 Heijung Park Colameco Office: 609-884-5800 / Cell: 609-602-8641 BUYING SELLING WITH INTEGRITY & TRUST Jersey&Cape Realty Rental: 1200 New Jersey Ave, 739 Washington Street Cape May – Lovely 5 bedroom, 609-602-8641 6 bath home. Sleeping for 12. gotcapemayhomes.com Internet, centeral air, outside shower and just a short walk to the beach. Call today for more info! Coldwell Banker Sol Needles 512 Washington Street Mall 609-884-8428 cbcapemay.com

517 WEST ANDREWS AVENUE, WILDWOOD Located on a quiet street with views of the wetlands is where you will find this 3 bedroom, 2 bath condo which has been very well maintained. This second floor unit has an open floor plan featuring a gas fireplace and sliding doors leading to the deck. The kitchen features tile floors and bar seating. The spacious garage has epoxy floors, stacked parking for 2 cars and lots of storage. This property offers so much more. Make your appointment today! $242,500

7 LANDIS AVE, WEST CAPE MAY 5 BR 2 BA home that offers 2 floors of living. Great sun room, leads to a large living room, an eat in kitchen, 2 BR, 1 bath and a utility/laundry room. The 2nd floor offers 3 bedrooms and a 2nd bath. Hot water baseboard heat on the 1st floor, no heat on the 2nd floor. There is a 2 car detached garage and a chicken coup converted into a lawn shed. Zoned R-2 and could be subdivided into two lots. Live in one while you build your new home or just enjoy the property in its entirety. $675,000

The Cape Team Homestead Real Estate 502 Bank Street 609-402-9595 TheCapeTeam.com

Gail Wilsey Long & Foster Real Estate 501 Lafayette Street 609-602-0405 capemay@lnf.com

419 PROVINCETOWN DRIVE, TRANQUILITY Well kept 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath Cape Cod style home with attached garage. This home includes central air, natural gas heat, a spacious living room with gas fireplace and sliders which lead to a screened-in rear deck. Outside the sprinkler system is supplied by a private well and vinyl siding provides a maintenance free exterior. Make your appointment today! $259,000 The Cape Team Homestead Real Estate 502 Bank Street 609-402-9595 TheCapeTeam.com


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