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A sprightly sheet full of the sprays of the old ocean ¯ Thursday, April 20, 2017 ¯ Vol. 15, No. 11 ¯ America’s Original Seaside Resort

Eggstravaganza On The Lawn At Congress Hall

The annual Easter egg hunt on the lawn at Congress Hall — more photos inside and in next week’s issue. Aleksey Moryakov

Film Festival At WCM Borough Hall

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The Bastard Sons At Congress Hall

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Desperately In Need Of A Loving Home

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Hey, Cool Cats... It’s The Jazz Issue!

Clipart Contest: P23


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Specializing in Sales and Rentals Our team of 33 Agents is ready to assist with all of your real estate needs.


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4/16: Easter On Congress Hall’s Lawn

Tierney Rose, Grace, Liam, Patrick, Kelly, Bill, Cathy

Jason, Cait, Audriana, Adilee

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

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Thursday, April 20, 2017 ABOUT US

Editor/Publisher: Jack Wright Operations Manager: Katie Repici Sales Director: Alex Testa Staff Artist: Mike DeMusz Contributing Editor: Diane Stopyra Photographer: Aleksey Moryakov Store Manager: Sharon Holden 109 Sunset Boulevard, Suite D West Cape May, NJ 08204 609-770-8479 / info@exitzero.us Every Thursday, Exit Zero magazine is delivered to around 300 establishments in the area. Exit Zero (ISSN xxxx-xxxx) is published weekly (except in January) by Exit Zero Publishing, Suite D, West Cape May, NJ 08204. Application to Mail at Periodicals Postage Prices is pending at Cape May Court House NJ. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Exit Zero Publishing, 109 Sunset Boulevard, Suite D, West Cape May, NJ 08204. Magazine: exitzero.us Retail store: ezstore.us

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Exit Zero Almanac

All the meteorological, oceanographic and other scientific data you need to plan your weekend! WEATHER

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Wednesday Night $5 Flatbread 9 PM til Close Featuring 1.50 draft of the Night! Margarita • Buffalo chicken • Veggie BBQ pulled pork • 4 cheese Chicken • bacon ranch Plus a flatbread of the night!

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Goings-On Around Town

The happenings and events in America’s Original Seaside Resort THANKFUL THURSDAYS Where: Cold Spring Brewery. When: April 13. 4-8pm. How Much: Free! Know This: Proceeds will be donated to the Rotary Club of Lower Township. Purchase a beer or homemade soda and enjoy complimentary snacks in front of a warm fireplace. More Info: Call 609 898-2300. EXIT ZERO JAZZ FESTIVAL Where: Venues throughout Cape May! When: April 21-23. How Much: See pass options at exit0jazzfest.com. Know This: Now in its sixth year, the Festival is a celebration of music with more than 30 sets of jazz, blues, New Orleans jazz and R&B, and more. More Info: See exit0jazzfest.com. OPENING ART EXHIBITION Where: SOMA NewArt Gallery. 31 Perry Street in Carpenter’s Square Mall. When: April 22. 6-9pm. Runs until May

21. Gallery hours Thursday-Monday 10am-5pm. How Much: Free to enter! Know This: Featuring four solo exhibitions by four regional artists: Carol King Hood, Karen Rose, Linley Rose- Schwakoff, and Sean Taylor. More Info: Call 609-898-7488. SPRING LUNCHEON CARD PARTY Where: Aleathea’s at The Inn of Cape May. 7 Ocean Street. When: April 25. 10am-3pm. How Much: Tickets are $25/per person. Reservation only. Know This: Sponsored by the Episcopal Church women of Church of the Advent. Choose between bacon-wrapped pork loin or crab cakes. There will be an early bird drawing and door prizes. More Info: Call 609-884-3065 before April 18. FEASTING ON HISTORY Where: Naval Air Station Wildwood Museum. Cape May Airport.

When: May 2. 6pm. How Much: Tickets are $85 per person, or $800 for a table of 10. Know This: Enjoy food, music and networking while celebrating the mission of Historic Cold Spring Village. Sample signature entrees, dishes, and desserts from over 40 of your favorite local restaurants, wineries & breweries! More Info: Call 609-898-2300, ext. 18. RUMMAGE SALE Where: Episcopal Church of the Advent Parish Hall. 612 Franklin Street. When: May 5 from 9am-2pm. May 6 from 9am-1pm. How Much: Proceeds from the sale will benefit the Episcopal Church Women’s outreach projects. Know This: The sale will include men’s, women’s and children’s clothing and accessories along with household items, linens, and books. More Info: Call 884-3065. CHOCOLATE LOVER’S FEAST Where: Blue Rose Inn.

Harbor View Restaurant, marina & bar

thursday night

$16 Prime Rib

deck re-opening weekends from may 5th!

friday night

Shrimp Stravaganza sunday day & night

Burger Mania sunday night

$16 Turkey Dinner

Happy Hour

Restaurant Open 7-Days

thursday & friday 3-6

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When: April 29. 1-3pm. How Much: $40/person. Know This: Enjoy seven plated courses of chocolate desserts and hear how each was created from the chef who prepared it at The Blue Rose Inn. More Info: 609-884-5404. COAST GUARD COMMUNITY FESTIVAL Where: Coast Guard Training Center. 1 Munro Avenue. When: May 6. 10am-5pm. How Much: Free! Photo ID required for all adults. Know This: Walking tours of Coast Guard Ships. Trolley tours of Training Center Cape May. View a static helicopter display; meet & greet with the crew. Family-friendly boat tours of Cape May Harbor. Children’s activities including face-painting, games, kit-building, animals, and a bounce house! Extensive cultural, historical, and Coast Guard exhibits. Photo booth; displays; vendors. Food and beverages, featuring Cape May Brews! K-9 demonstrations. Silent drill team performances. Helicopter search and rescue demonstrations over Cape May Harbor. Live music all day! More Info: Email: nina.ranalli@gmail.com.

It’s Jazz Festival weekend here in Cape May which means the town will be jammin’ with artists from all over the world. Make sure to check the lineups so you don’t miss out!


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4/16: Easter On Congress Hall’s Lawn PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV

We Have the Oldest Roots in the County!

Sharon, Vincent, Olivia, Julia, Peter

Live Music & Fresh Oysters Every Saturday

The Gomez family

TASTINGS EVERYDAY Reservations Required For Parties Of 7 Or More

WINERY TOURS Saturdays @ 2pm • Reservations Required

Mon-Sun 12pm-5pm

(609) 884-1169

The McCaney family

711 Townbank Road, North Cape May capemaywinery.com


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Subscriber Of The Week

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Mystery Photo Contest Know your way around America’s Original Seaside Resort? Every week, we shoot a picture of an island landmark. If you think you know the answer, email info@exitzero.us and write MYSTERY PHOTO in the subject line. Don’t forget to tell us your name and address. Entries must be received by the Monday after publication. If you don’t like emailing, don’t snail mail — it won’t get here in time. Instead, call 609-770-8479. The first name picked from the correct entries wins a 2017 Discount Deck. The answer and winner is posted on our Facebook page every Friday.

BARBARA ST. CLAIR CAPE MAY

How long have you been coming here? I moved here in 1973 from New England. I had never heard of this place but I pretty much loved it from day one and never left. Who are you normally with? Friends enjoying one of the great restaurants in town. Favorite thing about Cape May? What I really love is the history. Not just the Victorian era, but the earlier history – the Underground Railroad, the summer White House for several presidents, John Philip Sousa playing on the lawn of Congress Hall. It’s so much fun to walk the streets (or take the trolley or a carriage ride) in the summer and marvel at the architecture, lighting, porches and wonder what life was like in the late 1800s. Least favorite thing? That summer is too short! Favorite restaurants? The Mad Batter is by far my favorite, but I love the Merion Inn, Tisha’s, Washington Inn — and when I can round up a few friends who like curry, Exit Zero Cookhouse. Favorite places to stay? I live here, on the bayside just a couple blocks from the water. If you could change one thing about Cape May, what would it be? No changes…just ensure that Cape May’s status as a National Historic Landmark District is never jeopardized …and we need to continue to have beach replenishment.

NAUTI WORD OF THE WEEK

lub. bers. hole

A port cut into the bottom of the mizzentop allowing easy entry and exit. It was considered “un-seamanlike” to use this easier method rather than going over the side from the shrouds.

Mike DeMusz Painting Of The Week

BOOK OF THE WEEK We confer with Cape Atlantic Book Company to bring you a page turner... The Lost Order by Steve Berry. From the backrooms of the Smithsonian to the deepest woods in rural Arkansas, and finally up into the rugged mountains of northern New Mexico, The Lost Order is a perilous adventure into our country’s dark past and a potentially even darker future. The 12th Cotton Malone thriller makes great use of the author’s service on the Smithsonian’s Advisory Board giving us insight and history about this American institution.

Our Staff Artist Mike DeMusz is creating a painting every week. Here he is at work on the latest. To see the completed work, check out the Exit Zero Facebook page. Better still, visit the Exit Zero Store at 109 Sunset Boulevard, across from the gas station. Even if this particular work is already sold, we have the whole Mike DeMusz inventory of prints here, along with other great Cape May artwork. You can call the store at 609-770-8479. We are open every single day from 10-5 (9-9 in the summer). Or buy online at ezstore.us.


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Ramblings From The Editor

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

S

eriously jazzed for this weekend? You should be. World-class musicians will be playing in America’s Original Seaside Resort from Friday through Sunday. Yep... it’s Exit Zero Jazz Festival, a twice-a-year musical spectacular that puts a lot of life, energy and dollars into this town. I like what the renowned Jazz Times magazine wrote about the event: “The seashore town becomes a veritable jazz village. I imagine that it must be like that in Sundance when Hollywood comes to their town for the annual film festival, albeit on a larger scale.” It’s also an event that, says Joe Carney of Carney’s, “single-handedly turned my business from a six-month to an eight-month business.” Among the highlights this weekend are a Ray Charles tribute by Maceo Parker, featuring the Ray Charles Orchestra. This is on Friday night at the Paul Schmidtchen Theater at Lower Cape May Regional. Who doesn’t want to hear soul classics like “What’d I Say”, “Busted” and “Hit the Road, Jack?” The next night, also at the Schmidtchen,

the Robert Glasper Experiment takes the stage. Glasper, who won a Grammy for Best R&B Album in 2012, effortlessly blends acoustic, jazz, hip-hop and contemporary R&B. If you’re not a hardcore lover of jazz, relax — this is a festival that offers all kinds of music. Buy a Hops Pass for $55 and you’ll be able to enjoy musicians play over the weekend at Cabanas, Carney’s and Iron Pier Craft House. You’ll love the energy of PhillyBloco (Cabanas on Saturday and Sunday) and the

Stooges Brass Band (Carney’s on Friday and Saturday), you shouldn’t miss the wonderful Daisy Castro (Iron Pier on Friday, Carney’s on Saturday and Sunday), and I’m hearing good things about Brianna Thomas (Carney’s on Friday and Saturday). You can pick up a copy of the jazz festival program at various venues throughout town, or check out exit0jazzfest.com. For more information on tickets, call Michael Kline at the jazz festival on 609-849-9202. By the way, if you are a member of the Cape May Chamber of Commerce, you’re invited to a cocktail reception to kick off the festival. It’s being held at Convention Hall this Friday from 5pm-6:30pm. If you’re not a chamber member, why not? Join up! Speaking of big names coming to town, was nice to see acclaimed movie director Ron Howard having such a good time in Cape May. He was raving on Twitter about The Harrison, where he spent a couple days — you can see an interview with The Harrison’s owners in our May/June color issue. See you at the jazz festival!

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April 27

Wine Dinner

Tickets selling fast!

One of the Best 100 Restaurants in America voted by Open Table Diners 2016 Open for Dinner Every Night from 5:30pm

$40 early prix fixe - sunday through friday (not on saturday’s or holiday weekends)

taking brunch reservations for mother’s day may 14

– $ 40/$ 25


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SAVE THE DATE! “Jammin for George” June 11, 8 pm at Convention Hall

Dinner, CocktailsTr& Live Piano Music Thursday-Sunday

6th annual George Mesterhazy Tribute Concert presented by MAC

Brian, Sara, Cailyn and Lindsay Dunn

BE ONE OF GEORGE’S ANGELS!

Alyssa, Simone, Jaden

Tell MAC you want to be one of George’s Angels when you buy your $25 ticket to the 6th Annual George Mesterhazy Tribute Concert “Jammin’ for George” on Sunday, June 11, 8 pm at Convention Hall, and you’ll be invited to rehearsal/brunch, & after-party! Call MAC at 609-884-5404 or visit our website www.merioninn.com Live Music Schedule 5:30-10:30 (no cover): 4/20 Jon Pruitt solo piano ‘til 8 then Jazz Night! 8-close when Jon is joined by Dylan Taylor, bass, & Bob Shomo, drums 4/21 Jon Pruitt, solo piano 4/22 Dean Schneider, solo piano 4/23 Jon Pruitt,solo piano

$35 3 Course Prix Fixe Menu

(Early Diners pay only $25 before 5:30!) 106 Decatur St at Columbia Ave, Cape May Reservations: 609-884-8363 or www.merioninn.com

The White family


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4/16: Easter On Congress Hall’s Lawn

Wynn, Brian, Allie

Sergey, Kateryna, Ariana

Adam, Keating, Laura

Dora, Camelia, Svetlana

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


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The Bowman Family

Friday 10am to 4pm Saturday 10am to 5pm Sunday 10am to 4pm 135 S unset B oulevard , W est C ape M ay 609.425.6434 capemayhoneyfarm . com

Honey & Hive now open at Central Square, Linwood

Cold Spring Grange GRAND OPENING! Shaya, Edelman, Brynn, Kalli and Alyssa Rodden

Mexican Feast!

RUNNING ALL WEEKEND Friday, May 5 @ 5:00 Saturday & Sunday noon till 7:30

Sheila, Blair, Chris

735 Seashore Road, Cape May 609-884-0114

AT HISTORIC COLD SPRING VILLAGE


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4/9: Reagan Hand’s First Birthday Party PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV

Reagan, dad, mom

1 More Week AMERICAN STEAK & SEAFOOD HOUSE Serving

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Everyday

Reagan

THURSDAYS

50¢ Wing Night and Jazz in the Diningroom with

The Rio Trio

6 - 9 PM • Beer Specials •

FRIDAYS Terry O’ke

In the Bar • 9 PM Grande Center Shopping Mall • Rio Grande, New Jersey

609-889-2000 • www.riostation.com

Jennifer, Reagan, Alex, Nancy


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4/9: Reagan Hand’s First Birthday Party PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV

Cape May's Top Rated Italian Restaurant OPEN THURSDAY - SUNDAY FROM 3PM

EARLY BIRD DAILY 3-5:30

3 Delicious Courses…Only $25 Lobster Ravioli • Chicken Parmigiana Penne Vodka with Meatballs Fettuccine Alfredo • Eggplant Rollatini Stephany, Daniel, Daniel Jr, Rock

Inspired Rustic Italian Classics Chicken • Veal • Eggplant MARSALA FRANC AISE PARMIGIANA

Rachel, Avery, Jeremy, Erika, Paul

Salmon • Sea Bass • Scallops • Osso Buco “Create Your Own Pasta” “Hundreds of Pastabilities... Just Waiting to be Created”

Rice Balls • Fried Calamari • Caprese Salad Now through March enjoy our V.I.P.

“LOVE OUR LOCALS” PROGRAM For Locals...Atlantic City to Cape May Mention Exit Zero offer when ordering to receive

$10 off Dinner For 2 Valid on Dine-In,Take Out and Early Bird Must Order 2 Entrees

Natalie, Frank, Nicholas

301 WASHINGTON STREET…CAPE MAY (On the Mall...Across From Congress Hall) 609-898-3663 • 609-898-FOOD www.ThatsAmoreCapeMay.com


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4/9: Reagan Hand’s First Birthday Party

Rachel, Ella, Steph, Otto, Alex, Reagan, Deanna, Daniel

Colene, Dee

Paul, Ty

Domenic, Leann

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

cape may’s original farm-to-table

Come visit one of Cape May’s premiere wine destinations! OPEN FOR TASTINGS Year-Round Tuesday - Sunday

11am - 5pm

open for dinner

*seasonal hours listed online* Reservations required for groups of 6 or more

friday thru sunday

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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 46 years of the finest fudge, chocolates & sweet treats!

Our $1.50 Soft Serve Ice Cream is back!

PLUS... 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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EARLY BIRDER MORNINGS SUNDAY APRIL 23 &30; MAY 7, 14, 21

FARM OPENS AT 6:30 AM FOR COFFEE, FOOD AND BIRDING

SPRING AT THE FARM SATURDAYS 4/29-5/27 • KITCHEN OPEN FOR BREAKFAST 8-10:30 AM • FARM FRESH FOOD & FESTIVITIES FROM 11AM-5PM • BEER FROM CAPE MAY BREWING COMPANY • ACTIVITIES & EDUCATION FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY • HAY RIDES • LIVE MUSIC SPRING BREAK HOURS: THROUGH APRIL 23 KITCHEN, FARM & MARKET: 8AM-3PM. 140 Stevens St, W. Cape May | beachplumfarmcapemay.com


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Dish Of The Week Big on the drinks and small on the food, the Jazz Age made finger foods popular, and the deviled egg was considered a get-together staple. For decades, it went out of fashion, but it’s roared back in recent years. With chef’s daily preparations and eggs from Beach Plum Farm, the Ebbitt Room at The Virginia hotel takes an old school hors d’oeuvre and applies a fresh, modern twist. So, this weekend, while sitting at the classy bar listening to the cool cats scat and bebop the night away, feast upon these small-but-irresistible treats, and then follow up with more farm-fresh goodies from the Ebbitt Room’s menu.

BEER OF THE WEEK Sophisticated Lady Style: Witbier ABV: 5.2% Cape May Brewing Company Citrusy, snappy and bright, this is a decidedly unique Spring beer. Funky Belgian yeast leads the way with a citrusy forefront, with lemon peel and coriander in the kettle to make it snap off your tongue with a tinge of acidity.

Now Open for LUNCH & DINNER 7 Days a Week

WINE OF THE WEEK Cryptic Calif Red Blend $11.99 from Colliers Liquors, 202 Jackson Street

“A tantalizing blend of Zinfandel, Petite Sirah, Cabernet, Merlot and Barbera. This wine delivers layer upon layer of spice and black fruit.” Regularly $18/bottle, currently on sale for just $11.99. Enjoy!

Cocktail Of The Week The Roaring Twenties were known as the decade that birthed the Jazz Age. It was, of course, also known for Flapper style and Prohibition, which is presumably why alcohol was so damn important in that supposedly dry decade. Did any other decade inspire more compelling cocktails than the 1920s? The Planter’s Punch was one of these and for this week we’re recommending a twist on the classic. The Iron Pier Craft House on Beach and Decatur (upstairs from Cabanas) offers the Oceanside Iron Spike — it comprises Sugar Island Coconut Rum, Cruzan Pineapple and Gosling’s Black Seal. It’s sweet and fruity but packs a punch. Try a little taste of Prohibition and enjoy the show!

3 Courses for $35 Available Monday, Thursday, Friday & Sunday 322 Washington Street Mall, Cape May (609) 884-9119 • www.tishasfinedining.com

Fabulous Food & Cool Cocktails in a Casual Pub Atmosphere! HALF PRICE WINE BY THE BOTTLE ALL DAY FRIDAY!

ENTER THE CLIPART CONTEST This is the Jazz issue. Which is why we hid a little saxophone in an ad. Enter in one of two ways: 1. Send an email to info@exitzero.us (write CLIPART CONTEST in the subject line) with the name of the ad that contains the clipart, including your name, address and telephone number; 2. Mail your entry to Exit Zero Clipart Contest, 109 Sunset Boulevard, Cape May, NJ 08204. Include your name and address. Entries by April 27. One winner picked at random will receive a $20 Exit Zero Cookhouse gift certificate. The winner’s name will be posted on our Facebook page each Friday. This is the size of the image you’re looking for!

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 w w w.5Westpub.com


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4/8: Cape May Film Festival At West Cape May Borough Hall

Phyllis Howell, Jackie Brackin

Maria Dubas, Eva Marie Guido

Stefan Prosky, Dot, Malcolm

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

APRIL SHOWERS BRING SPRING SEASONALS FORESHORE CHERRY LIMEADE SHANDY ON TAP NOW!

A local cafe with a wholesome aroma

open daily all year breakfast • lunch • dinner friday

&

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

saturday

from

5pm

VEGAN, VEGETARIAN & GLUTEN-FREE FRIENDLY Pampered Pooch Patio & Pura Vida Backyard Dining Room! 406 N. Broadway, West Cape May 609-884-6332 • www.bellavidacafe.com


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4/8: Cape May Film Festival At West Cape May Borough Hall

Kathy Abbott, Rick Ozmore, Lisa Campanella, Stefan Prosky, Denise Santagata, Rachel Palermo, Elizabeth Cognata PHOTOGRAPH BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV... TO ORDER COPIES, PLEASE CALL (609) 770-8479

Uncle Bill’s And FAMILY RESTAURANT 10-10 Mon-Sat & 12-10 Sun

lazy eye distillery vodka tasting Monday to Friday 7-2 Saturday & Sunday 6:30-2 BEACH & PERRY, CAPE MAY

friday, april 21 4-6pm 106 Sunset Boulevard

609-435-5052 ³ sunsetliquorsnj.com


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4/8: Around 3pm At Cape May Winery PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV

American Cuisine Freshest Seafood Sizzling Steaks Great Bar Menu Bar: Wed - Sun from 4pm Dinner: Wed - Sun from 5pm Happy Hour 4:00pm to 6:30pm live music wednesday: michael flanigan thursday: audrey snow

Gloria, James

Kerry and Paul St John

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

Curry! FINALLY... Indian food in Cape May!

in Cape May

John and Kathi Scarpitti

Plus some fun American dishes!

109 Sunset Boulevard

109 Sunset the gas station 609-305-5203Boulevard « ezcookhouse.com across « To-gofrom available across from the gas station

reservations for parties of six-plus only ps: we have a lovely deck! 609-305-5203 « ezcookhouse.com « To-go available OPEN FROM 5PM THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY

Joe Rago, Toni Vaccarello

Theresa and Joe Smith


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THE BEST EASTER DINNER TABLE BEGINS AT GAISS’

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

• Gaiss’ International Award-Winning Smoked Kielbasa and Fresh Kielbasa • Gaiss’ National Award-Winning Hickory Smoked Ham • Gaiss’ Own Regional GRAND CHAMPION Smoked Bacon • Gaiss’ Authentic Ukrainian Pierogis • Fresh Ginsburg Rye Breads • Homemade Potato Salad, Cole Slaw, Macaroni Salad, Pasta Salad and Southwest Salad • Fresh Baked Pies & Jewish Apple Cake WE PROUDLY SELL FINE LOCAL PRODUCTS

« Beach Plum Farm Free Range Eggs « Chef Ido’s Sauces « Cape May Crab Cakes « Hank Sauce « Cape May Peanut Butter « Busy Bee Honey « Alumni Grill Honey Jalapeno Sauce « Harry & Beans Fresh Roasted Coffee Beans


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Must-Have Of The Week

Searching our favorite places in Cape May for those goodies you need to own now! We went in search of some jazz-appropriate products and found the answer from the Exit Zero Jazz Festival. The Items: VIP, All Event, Saturday and Hops passes. The Appeal: If you purchase one of these passes, you gain access to a variety of different jazz shows all over town. It happens only twice a year in Cape May, so don’t pass up the opportunity of hearing some cool cats play some sweet tunes. The Price: $195/VIP Pass, $175/All Event Pass, $55/Hops Pass, Saturday Pass/$125. Also not shown, a Friday Pass/$85 and Sunday Pass/$38. For details on passes visit exit0jazzfest.com.

Welcome Exit Zero Jazz Festival!

Casual Oceanfront Dining in Victorian Cape May

Reserve Now for Mother’s Day! Breakfast Saturday & Sunday 8am-noon• Dinner Friday & Saturday from 5pm • Bar Friday & Saturday from 2pm

At the Inn of Cape May • 7 Ocean St., Cape May • 800-582-5933 • innofcapemay.com


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4/8: Around 3pm At Cape May Winery

Erik Simonsen

Lauren Bishop, Aaron Hoffman, Debbie McAlarnen

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

“The food was unbelievable from appetizer to dessert! Martini was the best! Service was friendly and knowledgeable. I will be back many times!”

opentable - april 2017

dinner saturday @ 5pm reservations recommended call 609-884-5697

801 Washington Street, Cape May www.washingtoninn.com

Wine Bar Fridays Five for $5 Starting at 5pm


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Meals Served

Price Of Entrées

Bar Or BYOB?

Should I Food For Other Book? Kids? Details

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

Aleathea’s is located right across the street from the beach. Weather permitting, enjoy a cocktail on their lovely porch as you watch people go by. Open weekends.

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

Casual and family-friendly, E. M. Hemingway’s offers fine seafood, prime beef and excellent specials.

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Opening this Friday!

Hours: Fri 4pm to 11pm Sat 12pm to 11pm Sun 12Pm to 9pm (last seating at 7pm)

Entertainment

Friday 4/21: Maddie hogan 6-10PM Saturday 4/22: Animal house 2-6pm Beachcomber bill 6-10PM

Spectacular sunsets live music island-vibe bayfront views outside and covered dining dog friendly patio 91 Beach Drive, North Cape May • 609-886-5529 harpoonsonthebay.com


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Bar Or BYOB?

Should I Food For Other Book? Kids? Details

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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 some fun American dishes, too! Serving dinner Thursday, Friday, Saturday.

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. Reopening early spring.

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.

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

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. Reopening in spring.

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

Beautifully renovated with a new indoor/outdoor bar. Breezes straight off the Atlantic, and a relaxed, vibe with fine comfort food, and a great selection of draught beers. Reopening in spring.

B, L, D

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

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YES

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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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FULL BAR

YES

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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.

B, L, D

$5-$48.50 Cards: V, MC, AE, D

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NO

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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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$6-$25 Cards: V, MC, AE, D

FULL BAR

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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. Listen to live piano music as you eat, or linger over cocktails at the classic bar.

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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.

B, L, D

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

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NO

YES

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KEY u Onsite parking b Wheelchair accessible H Takeout available U Dog-friendly patio in season


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Welcoming all Jazz enthusiasts for a terrific weekend of music! Thur - 10 am to 9 pm Frid - Sat 10 am to 10 pm Sunday - 12 pm to 8 pm Mon - Wed 10 am to 8 pm

Katie, Stephanie, Cathy, Rose Marie

Collier’s liquor store 202 JACKSON v open daily v 609-884-8488

Adored by Visitors...

Loved by Locals!

Heather Glusko, Robin Moylan, Sue Blecher, Betsy Hook, Maureen Badura

New Gluten-free options!

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

chicken pot pies on thurdays! mini meals sundays-thursdays! Nick Lundquist, Jay Martin, Morgan Kimmerle, Jordan Green

7am-9pm Beach &OPEN Grant, DAILY Cape May 609-884-3772


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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

Quincy’s serve great rolls, with generous servings of Maine lobster, plus there are loads of non-lobster choices for kids. Reopening in the spring. 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.

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Should I Food For Other Book? Kids? Details

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

B, L, D

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

FULL BAR

YES

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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! Reopening in the spring.

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$10-$19 Cards: V, MC, AE, D

FULL BAR

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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.

B, L, D

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

BYOB

YES

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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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FULL BAR

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YES

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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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$4-$9 Cards: V, MC, AE, D

BYOB

NO

YES

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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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KEY u Onsite parking b Wheelchair accessible H Takeout available U Dog-friendly patio in season


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Linda, Robert

Judy, Joe

STOP IN AND LET US FEED YOUR HUGE-JAZZ SPIRIT. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC DURING SHOW TIMES HOPS PASS REQUIRED, OR COVER AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR

Alf, Irina, Shena

Beach and Decatur Streets IRON PIER 609-884-1925 • IronPierCraftHouse.com CABANAS 609-884-4800 • CabanasOnTheBeach.com Marie Stone, Suzanne Gilmore Taylor

Myra, Steve


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Wine Bar

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at The Washington Inn

B e st L oc a l H ideou t is O pen E v ery F r iday & S at ur day F rom 5 pm F r iday F i v e s a r e B ac k ! $5 A ppe t izer s

Gene and Helen Schlereth

Bruce and Debbie Crossland

Kathy and Mel Fiealer

Bill, Maryann L.

Darree, Jeff

Cynthia and Zach Mullock

$5 Wines

D i n ner O f f er ed 801 Wa shi ngton S t r ee t C a pe M ay (609) 884-5697 www.wa shi ngtoni n n . com


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The Bastard Sons of Captain Mey PHOTOGRAPH BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV... TO ORDER COPIES, PLEASE CALL (609) 770-8479

n a ut i spirits - a new farm to bottle

destination distillery

open soon for tastings, tours & farm fresh cocktails

916 SHUNPIKE RD, CAPE MAY | 609 770 3381 | NAUTISPIRITS.COM


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Rich, Eileen, I., Robert

Michael and Christina Tolson

Mike, Clyde, Terry, Laurie

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John, Karen, Bob

Pete and Lorraine Baldwin, Dave and Maureen Jennis

Mara Lamanna, Shannon Hassay, Mariah Barnes, Lexi McDuell, Madelaine Macauley

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

Southern Italian, Seafood & Steaks, Pasta, Veal & Chicken

ODMOTHERS

friday evening specials

Open Fridays & Saturdays from 5pm Early Birds $25 - 5.00 - 5.30pm 1 S unset B oulevard, C ape M ay, N ew J ersey (609) 898-0100 | blackduckonsunset.com

buy one entree, get a 2nd free*! * cheapest free/not available in conjunction with other offers

serving dinner fri & sat from 5pm early birds specials 5-5:30pm

Broadway & Sunset ~ 884-4543


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Hug And Plant A Tree This April IT’S ARBOR DAY MONTH West Cape May Shade Tree Commission & NJ Shade Tree Federation is offering a

FREE TREE GIVEAWAY Open to all NJ residents

Pick up your free trees at the following locations, starting on April 17: April 17 to 28 Borough Hall Lobby, 732 Braodway 8:30am - 2:30pm. April 17 to 29 Empanada Mama’s, 600 Park Blvd West Cape May WHILE SUPPLIES LAST Tree species determined by NJ Shade Tree Federation

The West Cape May Shade Tree Commission is committed to preserving the borough’s urban forest and improving the care of vital community trees. West Cape May has been designated a Tree City USA for 19 consecutive years by the Arbor Day Foundation.


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The Old Fogey

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

he late Mrs D’Catur never much liked jazz. I recall once that it ended up all over her face, and she was not at all impressed. It’s the very devil to get it out of a lady’s hair, too, I must say: damnably sticky. Wait… what? Kitchener, my faithful manservant, is shushing me as I dictate this, and trying to catch me eye. Well what IS it, man! Spit it out! Oh, what? The subject this week is jazz? Oh, my mistake: they sound so similar! Ha! Well, I demand to write a column about JAM, too, one week, and will harangue yon husky Scotch editor until he agrees. I dare say, though, that I will have to call it “jelly” as the people here do… tsk…. but really, the story is a good one: a picnic and much laughter and then we were chased by a bull, of all things! Why, I slipped on the picnic blanket in my haste and a jam sandwich squirted all over Mrs D’s face, and into her open mouth! I laughed so hard I damn near choked to death. She was less amused, naturally.

Anyway. Jazz. Hate the stuff. Every time I think it’s time to get up and dance, it takes some unexpected twist and all the crowd are doing is snapping their fingers and muttering “nice…” The one exception to this is the wonderful Ella Fitzgerald, who used to come to Cape May and entrance us all. Actually, there are two exceptions, the other being the classic “Everybody wants to be a cat”, sung in that animated documentary movie, The Aristocats. I have had a fondness for ginger cats ever since seeing that, and at any

CAPE ISLAND BIKES

BIKE SALE

one time, we have a feline in the Mansion that goes by the name O’Malley. Don’t tell Young Albert that, though: he detests the animals and is insanely jealous. He is under the impression that O’Malley just showed up here one day and is barely tolerated, when in fact, once Albert is carried off to bed by Kitchener, O’Malley jumps on my knee and purrs like a fine V8 engine. I think Albert loves jazz, come to think of it: certainly I have seen him steal out of the mansion on Louis Armstrong night at Martini Beach, dressed in a black rollback and a tiny black beret, with sunglasses. That is not regular attire for a Yorkshire Terrier, and the tiny double bass was an extra clue. I don’t discourage him from this, as heaven knows he needs an outlet for his aggression, but really, until he plays something that O’Malley can dance to, jazz is forbidden in this house... unlike jams, though I tolerate only raspberry, with the occasional strawberry. I can see it now, all over poor Mrs D’s grouchy face.

MaryAnn’s CONTEMPORARY

& ESTATE JEWELRY

NEW & USED This Saturday & Sunday, April 22 & 23 From 10am to 4pm First Come, First Served CASH ONLY 135 Sunset Boulevard, West Cape May 609-884-8011 or 609-884-5320

14 Karat White Gold Necklace With 4.23 Carats of Diamonds 511 WASHINGTON STREET MALL, CAPE MAY (next to fudge kitchen) • (609) 898-8786 Also at 15 N. Black Horse Pike, Runnemede • (856) 939-0230


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3/26: The Bastard Sons Of Captain Mey At Congress Hall Ballroom

Mitch Boetcher, Gaye Pessolano

Guy and Maryanne Mosso, Rob and Diane Riehl

Bill, Steve

Theresa, Vickie, Ami, Ryan

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


Thursday, April 20, 2017

The Exit Zero Interview Dave Clemans on jazz, art — and the ukulele

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CASALE’S SHOE STORE

Sunday - Thursday 10am to 5pm Friday - Saturday 10am to 7pm 415 Washington Street Mall • 609-884-3148 Restaurateur, artist, musician... Dave Clemans is a true Renaissance Man

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his week it’s the Jazz Issue... no surprise, given that the latest instalment of Exit Zero Jazz Festival is hitting town, with top-class tunes from masterful musicians filling our bars, restaurants and Convention Hall this coming weekend. To mark the event, we chatted with Dave Clemans, who, with his wife Chris, is one of the major sponsors of the festival, as well as being a jazz fanatic. Dave, when did the jazz bug first bite you? When I was 10, my father showed me some new records (he had just brought a new record player into the house) which he pronounced “artistically unparalleled” in all of jazz music. This was my introduction to the genius of Louis Armstrong. Among them was the 1928 Okeh recording of “West End Blues”, arguably the finest jazz piece ever recorded. I was just a boy, but that moment and the haunting perfection of that song has remained with me all my life. Four decades later Pops, as he liked to be called, knocked the Beatles from the top of the charts. You remained a fan of Armstrong through your youth? By my senior year in high school, I had collected every recording I could obtain from the local record store. Although as popular as he’d ever been, Armstrong no longer performed with the innovative fire and virtuosity of his youth, but I didn’t care — I loved every note. Other than jazz, was there any other kind of music you liked? I liked rhythm and blues from Lonnie Johnson, Elvis and Chuck Berry. And these days, what other music floats your boat? Blues and classical along with ragtime guitar by Blind Blake and Reverend Gary Davis. Virtuoso stuff! Who’s best... Beatles or the Stones? I don’t much care for either. What’s the best live performance you’ve ever seen or would

PATRICIA JACKSON

Jewelers Creators of Cape May and Exit 0 Charms!

Opening Hours: Fri & Sat - 11am to 6pm Sun - 12pm to 5pm Custom work in platinum, 18k & 14k gold or sterling silver is our specialty. only on - premises jewelers in the area 414 Bank Street • 884-0323 • patjacksonjewelers.com


Page 46 LIKE to have seen? During my senior year in high school, I got a chance to see Louis Armstrong perform in Troy, New York. It was as though Pops was playing just for me, but I think he always put his heart and soul into every concert. I would have loved to have seen James P. Johnson, Fats Waller, Willie the Lion Smith and Art Tatum. One of your current favorites is Wynton Marsalis — can I say he’s a hero? And how thrilled were you to see him play in Cape May? Wynton is a most gifted player, but he is also a jazz historian, educator and humanitarian. You may rightly say that he is my hero — and all of Cape May should be honored that he played here. And what was it like for you and Chris to host him for dinner at your home last fall? A thrill by any measure. His quintet showed such courtesy and class, as do most people of real substance. It was sheer delight. They even knew who was playing the music in the background. I will never forget the magic of the night! How important is Exit Zero Jazz Festival to Cape May? It adds new dimension to the historic aspects, attracting new people, many of whom are young and filled with conviction. Do you play any musical instruments?

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“Wynton Marsalis is a most gifted player, but he is also a jazz historian, educator and humanitarian. And all of Cape May should be honored that he played here.” — DAVE CLEMANS Yes, I’m an accomplished ukulele player. Don’t laugh — Jake Shimabukuro has elevated the ukulele to a concert instrument instead of a fun musical toy, playing classical music with infinite skill. What’s the one instrument you would love to master? Piano. You’ve been painting for nearly 50 years now. Compare your love of music to your love of art. I believe that all art is connected and that the seeds of creativity are the essential element in all art, be it painting, poetry, music or writing or cooking. You and your wife Chris came to Cape May in the 1980s. Did you plan to make a life here for sure or was it more of a let’s see where this takes us kind of deal? Cape May

has always been paradise to us and 40 years later we are too old to doubt the wisdom of that conviction — and nor do we wish to. What’s the best thing about living on this island? The beauty, the tolerance of different people and different ideas, plus the freedom of its anonymity. And the most frustrating thing? Parking. It will be improved only when a proper parking garage is erected and merchants refrain from hogging all the mall spaces. What would you change about Cape May if you had a magic wand? Bring in more young folks — with them come new ideas and vitality. Where is your favorite place to visit in the country or world? Italy is incomparable. The Amalfi coast, Capri, Naples harbor, Sorrento with its view of Vesuvius, the hills of Tuscany ripe with vineyards, hilltop cities like Volterra. And then there are the canals of Venice and the vitality of the art of Florence. And is there any particular thing you plan on doing in Cape May this summer? Yes, getting you to publish a new book I’m writing! interview by jack wright

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If you would like to play at 8am and have lunch instead of brunch, call Joe Bogle at 609-884-8814 or email info@bogleclassic.com Your tax-deductible donation of $200 includes brunch, all golf fees, open bar and dinner. The cost for dinner guests only is $75. Checks should be made to Frank J. Bogle Classic and mailed to: Bogle Classic, c/o The Original Fudge Kitchen, 513 Washington Street Mall, Cape May, NJ 08204


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CAPE MAY POINT spring BEACH CLEAN-UP DAY

April 29 - 8:30AM - 12NOON

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Organized by Emelia Oleson for New Jersey Clean Communities Adopt-a-Beach Program in partnership with Ocean Conservancy To volunteer, please contact Anita VanHeeswyk at 609-884-8468 x 17 or by emailing avanheeswyk@capemaypoint.org

SEASONAL JOB OPPORTUNITY The Borough of West Cape May has an immediate opening for a seasonal Public Works/Water-Sewer employee. The Borough seeks a self-motivated, flexible individual who is able to work well with others. Must be able to perform variety of physical tasks including landscaping, cleaning, light construction, building and public grounds maintenance and machinery operation. High School Diploma or Certificate and valid NJ Driver’s License required. Must apply on Borough’s employment application form available online or from the Municipal Clerk’s Office at: www.westcapemay.us / 732 Broadway, West Cape May.

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Catherine Dugan’s guide to getting out there... this week, taking a bite out of history

ith Hamilton still ruling Broadway, it’s tempting to romanticize America’s post-colonial period. Sure, Alexander Hamilton, the Schuyler sisters and their contemporaries felt lucky to be alive right then, but they had never tasted Cape May cuisine, so they didn’t know what they were missing. Early Americans enjoyed more abundant food than their European counterparts, but food was still simple and choices were limited. Preserved meat was salty and tough, and preserved vegetables pickled and soft. Other than salt, spices were rare. Fresh food was a seasonal luxury. Americans in the homespun era ate in some ways that are trendy now. They mostly ate what they grew, caught or traded with neighbors. They avoided gluten because wheat was expensive. They served home-brewed beer at almost every meal, and they ate a lot, because life was hard work. As a soldier, Hamilton’s daily rations would have been about 3,800 calories,

which is what the average modern American consumes. Unlike most of his contemporaries, Hamilton preferred coffee to tea, and he reportedly drank ventis worth of it as he stayed up writing. In the morning, he might have eaten a light meal of stale bread and warm milk. His main meal might have been a multi-course affair at midday, with greens in summer and beans or corn in winter, a separate fish course, a couple of kinds of meat, a savory pie and dessert. The politically astute Hamilton might serve cherry pie in honor of George Washington, but he preferred the vanilla ice cream served by Jefferson. He and his companions

would linger around the table, and the evening meal would have been insignificant, or even optional. At the Feasting on History Gala, Tuesday, May 2nd at 6pm at Naval Air Station Wildwood, you can celebrate Hamilton’s era without eating like him. This popular event, now in its 17th year, lets you sample the best in Down Jersey cuisine from 40 local restaurants, wineries and breweries. Hamilton likely never had the chance to try coconut soup or bahn mi, but you can find these exotic specialties right next to classic seafood favorites like lobster roll or clam chowder. Sample new summer wines and beers, and finish up with delicate pastries, cupcakes and concoctions like orange lavender creme brulee. Tickets are $85 per person or $800 for a table of ten. It’s a great chance to meet other history lovers. Proceeds benefit Historic Cold Spring Village, New Jersey’s largest living history museum, located about three miles north of Cape May. For more information, call 609898-2300, extension 10.

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3. Slang for a live musical performance. Down 4. Spontaneously compose music as you 1 Brass instrument whose tone is produced are playing. by blowing into a small mouthpiece. (7) 6. Speed of the beat. 3 Slang a live musical performance. 7. Exit Zero Jazzfor Festival ticket where you (3) compose music as you are receive4a Spontaneously tour of Cape May Brewery. (4,4) playing. 8. A gathering of (9) musicians who play together preparation. (3,7) 6 without Speed of any the beat. (5) 10. The birth place of jazz music. (3,7) 7 Exit Zero Jazz Festival ticket where you 11. Female jazz musician Billie.May (7) Brewery. (4,4) receive a tour of Cape 13. Ryan Gosling plays an aspiring jazz gathering of musicians who play together pianist8inAthis film. (2,2,4) without any preparation. (3,7) 14. 2014 Academy Award winning film birth place of jazz (3,7) about10 an The ambitious young jazz music. drummer. 16. Woodwind reed instrument. 17. Armstrong who sang “What a Wonderful World.” 19. Duke Ellington’s Take the _ _____. (1,5) 20. Slang term for people who perform jazz music. 21. Fitzgerald know as the Queen of Jazz. 22. Continuosly changing style of jazz. SOLUTION ON PAGE 67


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The Movie Column

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hen a message resonates, it becomes timeless. At least this is what I found from the two films that I’m reviewing this week. I Am Not Your Negro is a bold, new documentary entirely written by James Baldwin. The novelist and playwright died in 1987, yet the message in this movie rings true 30 years later. Every word of it is his. Some of those words are narrated by Samuel L. Jackson, but most are contained in archival footage with Baldwin speaking himself. Baldwin recounts the life and murders of Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr. The story goes beyond historical record to reveal racial conflict relevant to the times then and our times now. Many times, Haitian director Raoul Peck splices current imagery with the classic words coming from Baldwin. The author was eloquent if not alarming in assessing the reaction of his race by those in power. This film is an awakening even to those who feel they successfully navigate race matters with sensitivity and kindness.

By Tom Sims of Cape May Film Society

The Zookeeper’s Wife In the end, Peck forces us to look into the eyes of people who could very easily be judged on their looks alone. And those eyes look back at you, and you can’t help but be moved. The Zookeeper’s Wife is set in Warsaw, Poland. The year is 1939 and Germany is on the brink of attacking the city and taking the country. Jan (Johan Heldenbergh) operates the zoo with his wife, Antonina (Jessica Chastain). The opening scenes depict a beautiful zoo — calm and filled with exotic animals and good energy, mostly from the positive and

always smiling Antonina. When the air strikes come, the scene turns ugly. The stark contrast between the mighty animals and their cowering from bombs falling from the sky is unforgettable. Under German occupation, the city plunges into the dark days of World War II. The couple convinces fellow zoologist turned Nazi commander, Lutz Heck (Daniel Bruhl), to allow them to keep the zoo open to raise pigs. Heck agrees in part because of his attraction to Antonina. The couple then decides to begin a safe house in the basement at the zoo for those being persecuted. There are children, families, couples. The fear and anxiety inside the zoo is as palatable as the anger and hatred from the army outside. Who is really caged? Clashes between the two are inevitable as we fear for the hidden. This film and its novel were based on a true story. When stories resonate, they transcend time. It’s like the difference between weather and climate. And in today’s climate, these two films capture emotion from another era that we are living today.

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• Tour Coast Guard ships, including the USCG’s NEW Fast Response Cutter • Trolley tours of Training Center Cape May • Static helicopter display; meet & greet with the crew • Family-friendly boat tours of Cape May Harbor • Children’s activities including face-painting, games, kit-building, animals, and a bounce house • Food, beer, and vendors • Cultural, historical, and Coast Guard exhibits • K-9 demonstrations • Silent drill team performances • Helicopter search & rescue demonstrations over Cape May Harbor • Live music all day!

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4/1: Dance Clinic Hosted By Kristi Coombs At Joanne Reagan Dance Studio

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3/31: Friday Night At The Washington Inn Bar

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AN EVENING OF MUSIC & MEMORY OF THE HOLOCAUST SUNDAY, APRIL 23 @ 7PM BETH JUDAH SOCIAL HALL, Spencer & Pacific Avenues, Wildwood. Join us at Beth Judah Wildwood as we respec�ully honor the memory of the six million victims of the Holocaust, salute those who risked their lives to aid Jews, recall the heroism of liberators, and thank the survivors for sharing their stories so that we might learn. This year’s program will feature stories and songs performed by KAREN USLIN, adjunct professor of Musicology and Fellow for the Center of Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Rowan University. Dr. Uslin will present the human story of the music and how in the worst of conditions, human beings found strength and hope in music.

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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. Or, simply sit back, enjoy a cup of coffee and contemplate the wisdom herein. Dear Answer Lady I am 20 years old and lived in Cape May my whole life. I want to try living on my own in another state — like North Carolina. I’ve been thinking about this since I graduated from high school. College wasn’t for me and I don’t know what I want to do with my life so I think a new environment would be helpful. The problem is I just met a boy that I like and who likes me and he isn’t taking my departure well. But I feel this is something I have to do. Should I invite him to come with me? — Circling the Runway Dear Circling The point of spreading your wings is to gain independence, and in so doing, learn to sort out everyday problems on your own, without a net. Taking the new beau is going

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to undermine that experience, especially since you would be inviting him out of guilt. That said, you do have feelings for him, so invite him to Harry’s for dinner at a table with a view and explain that getting off the island for a while is something you need to do. It doesn’t mean the two of you do not have a future. It does mean you need to be a little more creative about spending time with each other. The rest will sort itself out. Dear Answer Lady I looked out my kitchen window this

morning and saw my neighbor with a chainsaw in his hand and said to myself, “Here we go again.” Every time he takes on a “project,” my property value goes down. The last time he got “inspired” he decided it would be cool to hang wind chimes from all the branches of the tree which borders our property line. My husband and I didn’t sleep for a month. Blissfully, a nor’easter came up the coast and wiped out the chimes. They went airborne all over the neighborhood. The time before he decided to display a mounted mako shark on the side of the house. Is there anything we can do to discourage his “creativity?” — Devalued Dear Devalued There is nothing you can do. Naturally, if his projects disturb your piece of mind you need to politely make him aware, but really you have no control over someone else’s definition of taste. The Answer Lady suggests you put a stockade fence up. Then call Lundholm Landscapers and make your backyard a garden of Eden which not even the Clark Griswold neighbor can affect.


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3/25: Casino Night At Avalon Golf Club For Lower Cape May Regional

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Dispatches from the nation’s birdwatching capital… by Seymore Thanu

ummingbirds are due. These denizens of open woodlands and forest edge are fairly common in Cape May. Fresh from their energy-sapping flight from the tropics, these magical iridescent little birds arrive with their fuel gauges on empty. Remembering where your hummingbird feeder was last year, imagine their chagrin if you have not yet cleaned, refilled and repositioned yours. It takes more than sugar water to keep hummingbirds fed and healthy. Young hummingbirds need protein and before nectarbearing flowers are blooming, adults spend a lot of time snapping up insects. If you are fortunate, you may attract a breeding pair. Our ruby-throated hummingbird makes pendulum-like swings over the perched female so the sun will illuminate the male’s iridescent red throat. Overtures made and accepted, the female selects a site and begins construction of a golf ball-sized nest, most typically at the end of a downturned branch with an open area below but sunshielding canopy above.

The young may be expected to take advantage of your sugar water repository as soon as they fledge. By July your feeders will be humming with this year’s crop of young. How long should you leave your feeders up? At least until November. Here’s the catch. If you elect to put up hummingbird feeders you elect to maintain them properly. In warm weather. Sugar water should be changed and feeders cleaned every other day. Sugar water ferments and it doesn’t take much hooch to get

a bird that weighs less than the weight of a penny blitzed. The type of feeder you buy determines how difficult or easy the cleaning process will be. We mix up a batch of hummingbird juice in a quart-sized container and refrigerate to use as needed. The accepted ratio is four parts water to one part white sugar — so, one cup sugar per quart of water. Boil the water to kill bacteria, add sugar, stir and allow to cool. Do not use honey and do not add red dye. Your hummingbird feeder should be red enough to attract the birds. Avoid feeders with yellow flowers, they attract bees and wasps. The Hum-zinger feeder designed by hummingbird authority Sherri Williamson is easy to clean and comes with an ant defeating well that surrounds the metal hanger. Planting tubular red flowers in your yard will make it irresistible to hummingbirds. And flowers are self cleaning and they know precisely how much sugar to mix with their nectar. Enjoy the show.

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3/25: Casino Night At Avalon Golf Club For Lower Cape May Regional

Heather S., Dave and Holly Golden, Dawn Hinker

Linda Poncheri, Lorraine Matthews, Sandy Colvin, Gloria Blakey

Ryan Rossi, Alia Reeb

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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

DEZZY is an American Staffordshire mix who was surrendered into the shelter because his family was moving and could not take him with them. He is a sweet, social, medium sized boy who is young, just one year old! In his previous home Dezzy lived with children under the age of 10. So if you’re looking for the perfect pup, adopt today!

JOEY is a two and half year old beagle pit mix who was surrendered into the shelter and now looking for his forever home. For that home to be perfect for Joey, it would be best if it was an adult home only. Joey is okay with other dogs and loves to play with tennis balls. He is a social boy just looking for the right home. Come adopt this playful pup today!

CHIEF is a shepherd mix who came to the shelter a bit nervous. He is starting to slowly warm up to his new environment, but would much rather be in a loving home like he once had. Chief has lived with young children as well as other dogs. Playing fetch with his friends is Chief’s favorite thing to do. Stop by the shelter and let him impress you!

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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

IVAN is loving his new life! When he was a kitten, someone put a collar on him and off Ivan went to live his life. Some time later, as Ivan began to grow, the collar became to small for him and there was noone there to help! With a little help from the shelter, Ivan’s neck is starting to heal. Now the next step is helping Ivan find a home. Adopt today!

HILLARY is a nice little girl who loves to be pet. Although sometimes she likes her space and independence, she will let you know when she’s not craving attention. So if your looking for an adorable, sweet and independent lady, Hillary is the perfect companion for you. Stop by the shelter and say I’m with her!

MARY is more like a grandmother these days. She spends most of her day watching people whiz by hoping that one day she can sit in the sunlight again. Mary is loving, gentle and looking for a companion of similar age that she can cuddle up on a lap with. She qualifies for Seniors for Seniors so if you are 62 or older fees are waived! Adopt Mary!

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3/25: Casino Night At Avalon Golf Club For Lower Cape May Regional PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV

Greg Ostrum, Mike Reeb, Bruce and Karen Fournier

Heather and Brian Donahue, Myrtle Fletcher

Gianna P., Devon Lappin, Renee and Kevin O.


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PROPERTY PAGES

FEATURED PROPERTY: 35 JACKSON STREET, CAPE MAY A Cape May lover’s dream! Enjoy entertaining your family and friends on your very own front porch on historic Jackson Street. This property has plenty of square footage and parking (nine cars!) to handle large parties. The updated kitchen and dining room that can seat 22 guests are both appealing and functional. Step off of the front porch into a warm living room that has a gas fireplace and hardwood floors. The third floor deck is a wonderful private retreat. The exterior of the house has recently been painted and is in great shape. This is the best location in town, both locals and visitors enjoy the amenities and charm that only come with strolling along Jackson Street. The property at 35 Jackson Street is a smart investment, too! Prime weeks rent for $7,800. For the full-time investor this is a year-round opportunity to capitalize on one of the most popular rental streets in Cape May. One of the sellers is a NJ licensed Realtor. Offered for $1,495,000

Call Jimmy Zeitler of JERSEY CAPE REALTY on 609-741-0664


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WE ARE LOOKING FOR NEW LISTINGS Our listings are selling and we need new inventory to offer. Whether it be selling or renting your home, we would love to be of service. Call us today! WATER VIEWS

LARGE PRIVATE DECK

1 BLOCK TO COVE BEACH

BEACHFRONT

1204 MILLMAN LANE VILLAS LISTED FOR $446,000 4 Bedroom | 3.5 Bathroom

916 QUEEN STREET, UNIT 2 CAPE MAY LISTED FOR $535,000 3 Bedroom | 3 Bathroom

24 MT VERNON AVENUE CAPE MAY LISTED FOR $620,000 3 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom

107 HARVARD AVENUE CAPE MAY POINT LISTED FOR $2,499,900 6 Bedroom | 6 Bathroom

WATERFRONT

NEW CONSTRUCTION

DOUBLE LOT, BEACH BLOCK

SITS IN THE DUNES

open house sat & sun april 22 & 23 10am-12pm

2681 BAY DRIVE CAPE MAY BEACH LISTED FOR $2,348,000 5 Bedroom | 5.5 Bathroom

164 E. DELAWARE PARKWAY VILLAS LISTED FOR $216,900 3 Bedroom | 2 Bathroom

2 & 2A DELAWARE AVENUE VILLAS LISTED FOR $261,250 2 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom

301 CARDINAL AVENUE VILLAS LISTED FOR $575,000 3 Bedroom | 2 Bathroom

WATER VIEWS

TOWN LOCATION

WATERFRONT

SHERWOOD ESTATES

200 W. ST. JOHNS AVENUE VILLAS LISTED FOR $599,900 Beach Front Triplex

488 W. PERRY STREET CAPE MAY LISTED FOR $475,000 3 Bedroom | 2 Bathroom

119 MILLMAN LANE VILLAS LISTED FOR $249,900 - $267,900 North & South Lots

413 HAND AVENUE #16P CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE LISTED FOR $139,000 3 Bedroom | 2 Bathroom

941 COLUMBIA AVENUE Ÿ CAPE MAY Ÿ 609-884-5005


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BARBARA McPHERSON

RICHARD PARKER

Sales Associate

Realtor Sales Associate GRI, CRS, ABR

Serving Clients for 20 Years: Buying, Selling & Renting

Featured Realtor on HGTV’s Beachfront Bargain Hunt

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COMMERCIAL LOT

Rich@buycapemayrealestate.com 3 BLOCKS TO BEACH

FOR SALE

Under Contract! 932 Shunpike Road Cold Spring $339,900 4 Bedroom | 3 Bathroom Must See | Rural location Close to beaches and bay

900 Shunpike Road North Cape May $395,000 Great opportunity for a Savvy Investor! Highly visible commercial lot along Ferry Rd.

407 Pittsburgh Avenue Cape May $868,900 4 Bedroom | 2.5 Bathroom

600 Gorham Avenue North Cape May $239,000 3 Bedroom | 2 Bathroom

PLEASE CALL RICH PARKER FOR DETAILS Search all Cape May area homes for sale at buycapemayrealestate.com

KIMBERLY GIPPLE

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Circle of Excellence Award Winning Agent 2015–2016

Life is short, buy the beach house! I am never too busy for referrals. Contact me for a free Comparative Market Analysis.

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FOR SALE

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2003 Tidewater Avenue Rio Grande $294,900 THE LEGACY 3 Bedroom | 2.5 Bathroom Townhome | Vineyard views

316 Delaware Bay Avenue Villas $399,900 3 Bedroom | 3 Bathroom Bay Views | Fully Renovated Solar Panels | Corner Lot

151 Stimpson Lane West Cape May $400,000 2 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom Diamond in the rough situated on a spacious 45 x 219 lot

9 Lafayette Avenue Del Haven $249,900 4 Bedroom | 2 Bathroom 2 Car garage | Quiet street Recent upgrades

Search online @ CoastlineRealty.com

CAROL A. MENZ Broker/Owner gri, sres, crs, abr, sfr, rsps NJ Realtors® Circle of Excellence Award® Platinum 2015, 2016


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3/25: Casino Night At Avalon Golf Club For Lower Cape May Regional

Angelo Cileone, Frank Collepardi, Loretta Cianfero, Cathi Collepardi

Karl Duerr, Krista Kane, Patricia Labree

Tracy, Denise, Gina

Heather Pierce, Heather Garagozzo, Diane Ryan

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

Kathleen Satt

John King

Email: KSatt@deSatnickRealEstate.com

Email: JKing@deSatnickRealEstate.com

Salesperson Cell: 609.972.4014 Office: 609.884.1300

FOR SALE!

FOR SALE!

1361 ILLINOIS D AVE., CAPE MAY 2 BR/1 BA courtside Village Greene quad. $294,900

426 LIGHTHOUSE AVE., CAPE MAY POINT 4 BR/2.5 BA custom built home with outstanding views. $975,000

www.deSatnickRealEstate.com

1001 Lafayette St., Cape May NJ 08204

Todd H. deSatnick / Broker of Record

Salesperson Cell: 609.338.8708 Office: 609.884.1300

FOR SALE!

FOR SALE!

921 SEASHORE RD., COLD SPRING Custom 3 BR/2 BA rancher w/pool located at the base of the West Cape May Bridge. $438,000

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

www.deSatnickRealEstate.com

1001 Lafayette St., Cape May NJ 08204

Todd H. deSatnick / Broker of Record


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

202 READING AVENUE, CAPE MAY One of a kind single home only two short blocks to the beach! Upon entering the front door, the cozy living room offers brick flooring, a gas fireplace and doors that lead to a paver patio. A small set of stairs leads to a second living area with a vaulted ceiling. Also on this level is the kitchen and a master suite with private bathroom. The top floor offers a bedroom, den/office with laundry center and a bathroom with tub. $899,000. Todd deSatnick 1001 Lafayette Street Cell: 609-780-2033 deSatnickRealEstate.com

215 EAST 24TH AVENUE, NORTH WILDWOOD YEAR ROUND RENTAL 1 BR, 1 BA Cottage just 2 blocks to the beach and boardwalk. $1100 Month + Utilities. Updated Kitchen & BR. Washer/ Dryer. Parking for 1 car. Ideal location close to restaurants and shops. Great for one or two people. Available this May. RENTAL: 206 S. Main Street, CMCH. 1-2 BR 2nd Floor Apt. Available in May. Coastline Realty 941 Columbia Avenue 609-884-5005 coastlinerealty.com

44 HARBOR COVE, CAPE MAY Harbor views, private tennis courts, and a marina with your own 35’ boat slip This 4BR/3.5BA home offers elevator to all 3 levels, 2 family rooms, open floor plan on the 2nd level with spacious deck with harbor views, cathedral ceiling, gas fireplace, living and dining areas and gourmet kitchen. $1,790,000. RENTAL: 1005 Pittsburgh, #111, CM. 4 BR/3.5 BA, Sleeps 8. Jersey Cape Realty, Inc. 609-884-5800 www.JerseyCapeRealty.com

1211 OHIO AVENUE, CAPE MAY 2 BR/2 BA Expanded Village Green Twin on Ohio Avenue with detached 1.5 car garage. Unique Twin with extended front screened porch and spacious addition that incorporates the kitchen with vaulted ceiling and master suite with private bathroom. Second bedroom is currently used as a sitting room. Installation of a bi-fold door is necessary to create private space. $420,000. John King deSatnick Real Estate 1001 Lafayette Street Cell: 609-338-8708 desatnickrealestate.com

3 NORTH ANDRIELLE LANE, ERMA 4BR/2.SBA contemporary on 2+ acres. Home offers cathedral ceilings, arched entries, a 1st floor master BR suite w/ sitting area, tray ceiling, sliders to the rear deck, and BA w/ corner whirlpool tub and new tile shower w/frameless glass doors. Also an office/family room w/private entrance and a private rear yard with decks, patio and pool. $539,900. RENTAL: 1205 Beach, #7, CM 3 BR/3 BA, Sleeps 8. Jersey Cape Realty, Inc. 609-884-5800 www.JerseyCapeRealty.com

600-602 WEST 26TH STREET, WEST WILDWOOD The owner has stated to bring all offers. They want all four lots sold this season. We may be on West Wildwoods tax records but abut North Wildwood. You do not need to go into West Wildwood just down 26th Street and we are next to B & E Marina. 4 building lots being offered individually in an approved and filed subdivision, each lot is over sized, waterfront and on 26th Street next to B & E Marina. $175,000 - $200,000. Coastline Realty 941 Columbia Avenue 609-884-5005 coastlinerealty.com

Stacy Hutchinson

Todd H. deSatnick

Email: SCampbell@deSatnickRealEstate.com

Email: TdeSatnick@deSatnickRealEstate.com

Salesperson Cell: 609.927.6004 Office: 609.884.1300

Broker of Record Cell: 609.780.2033 Office: 609.884.1300

FOR SALE!

FOR RENT!

221 PARK BLVD., UNIT E, WEST CAPE MAY 2 BR/1.5 BA Good Winds condo with storage building. $310,000

912 QUEEN ST., CAPE MAY 3 BR/2.5 BA home. Sleeps 10. CALL FOR RATES.

www.deSatnickRealEstate.com

1001 Lafayette St., Cape May NJ 08204

Todd H. deSatnick / Broker of Record

FOR SALE!

FOR SALE!

1500 NEW YORK AVE., CAPE MAY Custom 6 BR/5.5 BA beach home with unobstructed ocean views. $2,475,000

830 CORGIE ST., CAPE MAY 4 BR/3.5 BA home features luxury details throughout. $889,000

www.deSatnickRealEstate.com

1001 Lafayette St., Cape May NJ 08204

Todd H. deSatnick / Broker of Record


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Sale and Vacation Homes 1159 Washington Street, Cape May NJ capemay@chrisclemanssir.com | 609.884.3332

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Custom Southern Colonial 1 Eagle Court Lower Township | $899,000

Charming Bayfront Location 3 Delaware Avenue Del Haven | $419,000

Second Floor Cottage, 2 Blocks to the Beach 400 Pavilion Circle Cape May Point | $480,000

Resort Marina Condo with Beautiful Views 902 Ocean Drive Lower Township | $549,000

OPEN HOUSE

21 HARBOR COVE CAPE MAY

$1,650,000

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Christina P. Clemans, Broker of Record ABR, CRS, GRI, PMN, RSPS 609.884.3332


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4/2: Patty Cullen’s Going Away Party At Fins

We will miss you Patty PHOTOGRAPH BY A ROVING CORRESPONDENT... TO ORDER COPIES, PLEASE CALL (609) 770-8479

CHARITY R. CLARK

Always Call or Email

609.408.2192 | charitycapemay@gmail.com

“We had the pleasure of working with Charity on the purchase of a new home in West Cape May, as well as the sale of our existing home in Cape May. On both fronts, Charity far exceeded our expectations with her insights, guidance, and follow through. She was on top of every issue, and ensured both properties closed on time and with no hassle. I can’t recommend Charity enough if you are looking to buy or sell a property – she is an absolute delight!!” -Nancy Hanslowe

List with CHARITY R. CLARK BROKER-ASSOCIATE, ABR, GRI

609.408.2192 charitycapemay@gmail.com 1159 Washington Street, Cape May NJ 609.884.3332 | www.chrisclemanssir.com


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3/25: Art Fundraiser For Animal Shelter At Jessie Creek Winery

Violanda, Rita Lynn

Victoria, Jill, Tiffany

Greg and Amy Schneider, Mary Manyak

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

« $1,495,000 « 7 Bedroom « 6 Bathroom Jimmy Zeitler

Sales Associate 609-741-0664 Cell Zeitler89@comcast.net

35 Jackson Street Cape May $1,495,000

Jimmy Zeitler

Sales Associate 609-741-0664 Cell Zeitler89@comcast.net

A Cape May lover’s dream! Enjoy entertaining your family and friends on your very own front porch on Historic Jackson Street. This property has plenty of square footage and parking (nine cars!) to handle large parties. The updated kitchen and dining room that can seat 22 guests are both appealing and functional. Step off of the front porch into a warm living room that has a gas fireplace and hardwood floors. The third floor deck is a wonderful private retreat. The exterior of the house has recently been painted and is in great shape. This is the best location in town, both locals and visitors enjoy the amenities and charm that only come with strolling along Jackson Street. The property at 35 Jackson Street is a smart investment, too! Prime weeks rent for $7,800. For the full-time investor this is a year-round opportunity to capitalize on one of the most popular rental streets in Cape May. One of the sellers is a NJ licensed Realtor.

Jersey Cape Realty, Inc.

• 739 Washington Street Cape May NJ 08204 • www.JerseyCapeRealty.com Dee Lanzalotti, Licensed Real Estate Broker (609) 884-5800


Thursday, April 20, 2017

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3/25: Art Fundraiser For Animal Shelter At Jessie Creek Winery PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV

John W., Megan, Rachel Lee

We are Zillow Premier Agents: Your Brother/Sister Real Estate Team! AMI MENZ Broker Associate

GRI, ABR, CRS, SRES, RSPS

Bronze Sales Award 2011, 2013, 2015 & 2016

609-425-5756

Violanda, Noelle

TAI MENZ

Realtor Sales Associate

609-602-8061

Ami@CoastlineRealty.com

TaiMenz@CoastlineRealty.com

LOVINGLY CARED FOR!

SEMI IN-GROUND POOL

105 Pershing Avenue Cape May CH $179,000 2-3 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom

160 Briarwood Drive Erma $260,000 4 Bedroom | 2 Bathroom

WATER/LAKE VIEW

TWO DECKS

203 Princeton Avenue Cape May Point $699,000 5 Bedroom | 2.5 Bathroom

210 Orchard Drive North Cape May $225,000 4 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom

Kelsey LeClair, Ryan Lawrence

941 COLUMBIA AVENUE, CAPE MAY

Ryan Pote, Kenny Omega

CoastlineRealty.com • 609-884-5005 x 202


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3/25: Art Fundraiser For Animal Shelter At Jessie Creek Winery

Jennifer and Niko Tjowmakaris

Debby Robertson, Cheryl Taylor, Lisa Manyak, Liz Vantieste, Chris Oney, Eddie Campbell

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

STILL HAVE WEEKS TO RENT? WE CAN HELP! Rentals@JerseyCapeRealty.com

609-884-5800

The Jersey Cape Rental Team Vickie, Diane, Ann, Judy

Jersey Cape Realty, Inc.

• 739 Washington Street Cape May NJ 08204 • www.JerseyCapeRealtyRentals.com Dee Lanzalotti, Licensed Real Estate Broker


Thursday, April 20, 2017

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3/18: A Cause For Paws At Happy Tails Yoga In The Villas

1085 Shunpike Cold Spring

PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV

Beautiful setting South of the Canal and just minutes to Downtown and the Cape May Beaches. Build your private retreat and spread out on this 1.251 acre parcel. $325,000

GAIL WILSEY-MORRISON

501 LAFAYETTE STREET, CAPE MAY CELL 609-602-0405 • OFFICE: 609-884-1007 www.gailwilsey.com

Jersey Cape Realty sales

&

rentals

Jimmy Zeitler

one mile to beach

Sales Associate 609-741-0664 Cell Zeitler89@comcast.net

907 Farmadale Drive West Cape May $589,000 Don’t miss this bright 3 bedroom, 2 bath Ranch home that is located in a very desirable neighborhood. This property is a short bike ride to the beach and Historic District. An open floor plan and 2 car garage make this the perfect yearround or second home. Contact Jimmy for more details.

Jersey Cape Realty, Inc. Dolores Lanzalotti, Broker / Owner 739 Washington Street, Cape May

(609) 884-5800 www.JerseyCapeRealty.com


Thursday, April 20, 2017

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

640 HUGHES STREET, CAPE MAY The Blake House, built circa 1865, is an imposing Victorian home presently being run year round as guest apartments with owners’quarters with a combined total of 10BR/6BA and 2 half-baths. If you’re looking for a large, single family home, or a home with an income producing business, this is it! $1,390,000. RENTAL: 1015 Stockton Ave., CM. 8 BR/4 BA, Sleeps 18. Jersey Cape Realty, Inc. 609-884-5800 www.JerseyCapeRealty.com

501 BEACH AVENUE, CAPE MAY The Marquis de Lafayette hotel offers furnished units w/full views of the sky, sea & sand from your ocean facing patio and your room. Own a condo offering terrific amenities; outdoor pool w/poolside lounge, a restaurant, full maid service, laundry facility, meeting room, parking & none of the maintenance associated w/ownership. Condos starting at $85,000.

CANYON CLUB #1607, LOWER TOWNSHIP Well cared for 2BR/2BA condo ready for you to move in for summer of 2017. All furnishings are included in this sale. Corner unit with plenty of sunshine. Big deck for BBQ and entertaining. Enjoy all three pools and tennis courts. Garage parking and plenty of storage. $357,000.

Coastline Realty 941 Columbia Avenue 609-884-5005 coastlinerealty.com

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

RENTAL: 433 Provincetown, CM. 4 BR/2.5 BA, Sleeps 6 YEAR ROUND.

80 MILLMAN LANE, VILLAS Magnificent Delaware Bay Views abound from this waterfront estate! One-of-akind opportunity to acquire a custom built single family home, detached guest cottage and detached and over-sized garage on The Bay! The main - residence was completed in 2005 and offers 3 BR/2.5 BA along with an attached 2 car garage. $699,000. Stacy Hutchinson deSatnick Real Estate 1001 Lafayette Street Cell: 609-972-6004 deSatnickRealEstate.com

313 FOW AVENUE, WEST CAPE MAY Move right into this 3BR/2.5BA custom built home with open floor plan and in a highly desirable location within walking distance to the heart of Cape May and only three short blocks to award winning beaches. Views of the Ocean and Cape May Point Lighthouse. $899,000.

4 POND CREEK, WEST CAPE MAY With approximately 4,000 sq. ft., this 5 BR/3.5 BA single family home is positioned on a spacious lot on a cul-de-sac in West Cape May, within a mile to the Atlantic Ocean and Delaware Bay. The grounds are highlighted by a custom in-ground pool surrounded by a paver patio. Located within close proximity to the wineries and farms, this offering provides uncompromising quality in a bucolic setting. $999,000.

RENTAL: 304 Philadelphia, CM. 5 BR/3.5 BA, Sleeps 10. Jersey Cape Realty, Inc. 609-884-5800 www.JerseyCapeRealty.com

Ryan Griffin Salesperson Cell: 609.602.5578 Office: 609.884.1300

Ryan Griffin deSatnick Real Estate 1001 Lafayette Street Cell: 609-602-5578 deSatnickRealEstate.com

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SOLD!!!

FOR SALE!

FOR SALE!

FOR SALE!

FOR SALE!

720 LILLY POND DR., ERMA 3 BR/2 BA nicely updated spacious manufactured home in Cape Meadows Adult community. $129,900

3927 BAYSHORE RD., COLD SPRING 3 BR/2.5 BA custom built canal front home. $749,000

419 JAMES ST., ERMA 3 BR/2.5 BA ranch home on just over an acre. $284,000

3 LOCUST RD., VILLAS Cleared 100x100 lot in Lower Township. Buyer responsible for all approvals and permits. $75,000

RGriffin@deSatnickRealEstate.com www.deSatnickRealEstate.com

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


Thursday, April 20, 2017

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3/25: Karen Mansfield Plays At Aleathea’s For Singer Songwriter

James Popik, Kati Kertesz

Vickie Freeman, Linda Amos

Charlie, Andy

Karen Mansfield

Michael and Julie Barry

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

Lynn Gleeson Broker/Owner Direct Line 609-827-2601

Sol Needles Real Estate 512 Washington Mall, Cape May 877-248-2684 www.cbcapemay.com

OPPOSITE CAPE MAY CANAL

DEVIL’S REACH CONDO

733 JONATHAN HOFFMAN ROAD, COLD SPRING 3 bed, 1 bath Rancher on large lot, covered front porch, large storage shed, pine floors, new HVAC system in 2012 $289,000

1520 YACHT AVENUE, UNIT 108 CAPE MAY 2 bed, 2 bath w/ panoramic view of the harbor; upgraded kitchen and baths, new furnishings and carpet, plus a 32’ boat slip - $459,000

Email: lynn@cbcapemay.com

FOR SALE!

FOR SALE!

41 JACKSON STREET, UNIT #2 CAPE MAY 1 bed, 1bath charming Victorian condo in the heart of town. Turn-key, good rental income $326,900

1508 NEW YORK AVENUE CAPE MAY 6 bed, 4.5 bath, 4,000+ sq. state-of-theart kitchen, media room, 3 levels of balconies, master suite with 2 sided fireplace. In ground heated pool - $2,099,000


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1311a Vermont Ave, Cape May 2 Bedrooms | 1.5 Baths - $329,900

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131 Schellinger Avenue, Villas 5 Bedrooms | 3.5 Baths - $425,000

1308 Idaho Ave, Cape May 4 Bedrooms | 3 Baths - $1,150,000

Bay Block Home Views; Location; Heated Pool. Perfect big family beach house! Completely renovated kitchen.

Turnkey Property Short walk to the beach from this contemporary designer home with open floor plan and hardwood floors throughout.

428 Congress St, Cape May

600 Howland Dr, N. Cape May

10 Congress Street, Cape May

Great Location Just 4 blocks to the Beach! Currently being used as a duplex, but could easily be converted to a large single family home.

Great Condition New price! A quick bike ride to the Delaware Bay and its pristine beaches! Garage with full attic, heat and plumbing!

Regent Beach Unit #309 Recently renovated and updated, this beautiful beachfront unit has spectacular beach, ocean and pool views.

1002 St. James Place, Cape May

651 Hughes Street, Cape May

Village Green Quad Immaculate, turn-key corner quad. Many recent upgrades including new bath and powder room, new A/C.

6 Bedrooms | 4 Baths - $692,500

12 North Street, Cape May 6 Bedrooms | 3.5 Baths - $999,000

Great Rental History Large Victorian Beach House just 2 blocks to the Beach and in the Historic District. Furnished and ready for the season.

3 Bedrooms | 2 Baths - $214,000

3 Bedroom | 2.5 Bath - $550,000

Enjoy Meadow Views Three-story townhome in a beautifully maintained and well run complex with outdoor pool.

Open 7 days a week With our full-time professional Realtors & a fully dedicated rental team

1 Bedroom | 1 Bath - $629,000

5 Bedrooms | 4 Baths - $1,875,000

Charming and Authentic Located in the heart of town, just a short walk to either the beach or mall, this grand Victorian and carriage house offer flexibility and income possibilities.

609-884-5800


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3/25: Karen Mansfield Plays At Aleathea’s For Singer Songwriter

Mauren Kohler, Susan and Ray Roberts, Bud Kohler

Ann, Eloise, Jim

Clavicles

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Listed by LAURIE SCHIFFELBEIN REALTOR, SALES ASSOCIATE ABR, MRP, RENE, SRS

609.408.2021 laurie@chrisclemanssir.com

Spotlight Property

CHRISTINA P. CLEMANS

BROKER OF RECORD, ABR, CRS, GRI, PMN, RSPS

609.884.3332

capemay@chrisclemanssir.com

Award Winner 2014, 2015, 2016

Like New! Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath condominium located 1 block to the famous Wildwood beach and boardwalk. Enter into this sun filled, open concept space with large living, dining, and kitchen areas.

$269,900

402 Lincoln Avenue, Cape May Point

317 E Maple Avenue Wildwood, NJ

Historic Victorian Cottage circa 1876, renovated and restored as a three unit beach block property with excellent summer rental history, presently used as a single family home. 5 Bedrooms/ 3 Full Baths $1,095,000

1159 Washington Street, Cape May NJ 609.884.3332 | www.chrisclemanssir.com Christina P. Clemans, Broker of Record


Thursday, April 20, 2017

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

1 EAGLE COURT, ERMA Offers a lovely front porch, inviting entrance hall, a formal dining room, two spacious great rooms and screened porch. A cook’s kitchen is in the heart of this home, with state of the art appliances, breakfast nook. First floor Master BR and 3 additional BR’s. $899,000. RENTAL: 634 West Drive, West Cape May Single Family Home. 4 BR’s 4 BA’s. Sleeps 8. Chris Clemans Sotheby’s International Realty 1159 Washington Street 609-884-3332 chrisclemanssir.com

116 NORTH BROADWAY, WEST CAPE MAY This Victorian Home has a B & B license for 5 BR’s and 1 apt. There is a barn at the rear of the property that also has possible conversion potential. Three Stories High, and a full basement with inside access. Lots of opportunity here. -$699,000 RENTAL: 725 Columbia Ave, Cape May - 7 BR, 6 1/2 BA home is being renovated for the 2017 season and have plenty of weeks still available. Coldwell Banker Sol Needles 512 Washington Street 877-248-2684 cbcapemay.com

3400 SHORE DRIVE, CAPE MAY BEACH A welcoming open porch, encircled by wisteria, leads to an entrance hall and great room with open layout, cook’s kitchen, with center island, dining room, Master Suite with sitting room, second Master BR, 3rd BR, study, loft/artist studio, 2 car garage. $649,000.

RENTAL: 114 Fernwood, Townbank 3 BR, 2 BA Single Family. Sleeps 8.

208 GORHAM AVENUE, NORTH CAPE MAY The living room/dining area with wonderful light connects to the enormous eat in kitchen and a separate laundry room. There is a large master bedroom with en-suite bath, two additional bedrooms and a second bath. Plenty of storage in the floored attic with pull down stairs and windows. The back deck has an electric retractable awning for those cozy summer days. $292,000.

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

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

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

1151 WASHINGTON STREET, CAPE MAY This income producing 3 unit Victorian is perfect for investors and owner-occupiers. The top unit will be delivered vacant, and is a light-filled 2 BR, 2 BA unit with hardwood floors throughout. The unit also has a spacious living room, kitchen with laundry and deck, and large open attic. The first floor offers 2 units. Close distance to marinas, tennis, shopping and restaurants. $549,000.

1022 BATTS LANE, SOUTH OF THE CANAL The ultimate private setting awaits your plans on this secluded acreage one block from the canal. This birders’ paradise is a subdivided one acre (plus) property off Batts Lane. Well and septic permits are now in place. Subdivision and driveway plans on file. $227,500.

Kathleen Satt deSatnick Real Estate 1001 Lafayette Street Cell: 609-972-4014 deSatnickRealEstate.com

RENTAL: 300 Ocean Avenue, Cape May Point 3 BR’s 2 BA’s Single Family Home. Sleeps 6.

Jersey Cape Realty sales

&

rentals

Heijung Park-Colameco

7 Rabbit Run, Lower Township

4 BEDROOM, 2.5 BATH 2-story plus 2-story barn sitting on just under 1.5 acres of land in the desirable Rabbit Run community.

39 Summer Circle, Lower Township

open house saturday april 22 between 11am & 1pm 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH Cape Woods South 2 Car garage Newly listed Priced to sell!

3101 Dune Drive, Unit 108, Avalon (609) 884-2800 • bowmanwalkerrealestate.com DAVID M. WALKER Broker

Current, Broker / Sales 609-602-8641 Cell Confidential, Heijung@jerseycaperealty.com Complimentary CMA of Your Property! On Cape Island, many claim they’re the # 1 agency. Jersey Cape Realty has the proof. As a Sales Associate of Jersey Cape Realty, I continue to receive inquiries from buyers interested in purchasing their next home on Cape Island. Why not choose the Best on Cape Island! Call Heijung on 609-602-8641 (cell) to list your home today. “Buying & Selling with Integrity & Trust!”

Jersey Cape Realty, Inc. Dolores Lanzalotti, Broker / Owner 739 Washington Street, Cape May

(609) 884-5800 www.JerseyCapeRealty.com


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