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A sprightly sheet full of the sprays of the old ocean ¯ Thursday, October 12, 2017 ¯ Vol. 15, No. 36 ¯ America’s Original Seaside Resort

All The Fun Of The Cape May Wine And Music Fest

Lucas Manteca, Dom Guaro, Gabby, Danny and Brody of Quahogs at Hawk Haven Winery. More photographs inside and in next week’s issue. Aleksey Moryakov

Lima Bean Festival At Wilbraham Park

Pages 22-39

Ashley & Heather’s Surprise Wedding

Pages 48-52

Desperately In Need Of A Loving Home

Pages 77-79

Get Carving... It’s The Pumpkin Issue!

Clipart Contest: P20


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609.884.1300 www.deSatnickRealEstate.com

Todd H. deSatnick/Broker of Record 1001 Lafayette Street, Cape May

deSatnick Real Estate, LLC Proudly Supports #TheThumbsUp4Genny Scholarship. Save the Date! We will see you there!

Genny’s Annual Birthday Bash FUNraiser November 18th 6:30pm -10pm at 501 Beach @ The Marquis! $20 admission INCLUDES Food, Wine & Beer! Live Music, 50/50 Raffle, Eagles Pool, Chinese Auction! All proceeds benefiting The Genny Lynn Farnan Robinson Scholarship Fund As a birthday present to Gen please bring a toy donation for Gen’s favorite non-profit, The Lynch who Stole Christmas from the Grinch. Interested in Donating? Call Ashley @ 609.408.9258. The Lunch With Lynch Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization ID#46-125221


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10/7-10/8: Cape May Wine And Music Fest At Hawk Haven Winery

Paige Nielsen, Jordan Kimball

Red Baraat

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

Cheers! CAPE MAY’S CRAFT BEER HQ

Lucky Bones Backwater GrillE LUNCH • DINNER • LATE NIGHT • SPIRITS • BRICK OVEN PIZZA OYSTER NIGHT IS BACK! EVERY WEDNESDAY... OPEN FOR LUNCH & DINNER DAILY

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


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10/7-10/8: Cape May Wine And Music Fest At Hawk Haven Winery PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV

Chris Kretch, Bill Howell

Susan and Michael Tracey

Alena, Plamena

Amanda, Erica, Jen, Kendra, Rachel


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Sunday NLF Specials: 50c wings & Bloody Mary Bar

A Cape May Classic Since 1926

Half-price price cheesesteaks (during Eagles games) tue........ Hey

426 WASHINGTON STREET 609-884-3459 Follow us on Facebook

Buddy thu........ Escape Plan fri.......... Flowers 4 Taco sat.......... Covert Pop

1.5lb Lobster Dinner: $19.99 Salad, Fries & Coleslaw

Available at Mug & Delaney’s

400 WASHINGTON STREET ~ 609-770-8559

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

saturday

Que Farcas

Scott Erickson


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10/7-10/8: Cape May Wine And Music Fest At Hawk Haven Winery PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV

Casual Upscale Waterfront Dining

Open Thu through Sun @ NOON through Oct 15 & thursday through saturday from noon through november

HAPPY HOUR 4-6pm Buck-a-Shuck Oysters, $3.00 Coors Light Drafts, $5 Glass Wines & Sangrias, $1 off all Crushes &

Philip, Elizabeth and Jane Schneider

Drafts! Happy Hour Appetizer Menu! bar only

1 FISH DOCK ROAD, WILDWOOD CREST (at the base of the Wildwood Crest Bridge)

609.522.1341 • twomilelanding.com

Preston, Barb, Jayden, Austin, Joe

Now closed for the season. Thank you so much for your continued support and we will see you again in the spring! Lisa and Dave Fuschillo, Karen and Bill Barlow


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Exit Zero Almanac

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

THU October 10 FRI October 11 SAT

October 12

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MON October 14

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ASHINGTON INN Delicious Food... Romantic Atmosphere saturdays featuring south jersey’s most extensive wine list

20%

off when you dine after 9!

wine bar happy hour 4-6 friday fives! $5 small plates, wines open fri & sat from 4pm... free valet parking

801 washington street • washingtoninn.com • 609-884-5697


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THE BEST RECIPES BEGIN 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’ Own Regional GRAND CHAMPION Smoked Bacon • Gaiss’ Own International Silver Medal Hot Dogs • Gaiss’ Own Regional Award Winning Fresh and Smoked Sausages • Homemade Potato Salad, Cole Slaw, Macaroni Salad, Pasta Salad and Southwest Salad • Fresh Baked Pies & Jewish Apple Cake WE PROUDLY SELL FINE LOCAL PRODUCTS « 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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Goings-On Around Town

The happenings and events in America’s Original Seaside Resort CAPE MAY FILM SOCIETY PRESENTS: “JIM IN BOLD” Where: West Cape May Borough Hall. When: October 14. 7:30pm. How Much: Donations. Know This: The story of Jim Wheeler, the first openly gay student at his rural PA High School. The abuse of his classmates eventually drove him to suicide. This moving film will be followed by a panel discussion. More Info: Call 609-602-0128. WCM ELEMENTARY PIG ROAST Where: West Cape May Elementary When: October 13. 4:30-7pm. How Much: No entrance fee. Adult meals/$10 and kids meals/$5. Know This: Enjoy a pig roast with all of the fixings. Live music, hay ride, face painting, scavenger hunt with prizes, bouncy house, crafts and other activities

for the kids. We will also have a large bonfire at the end of the night. More Info: Call 609-884-4614. THE RACK IS BACK Where: Cape May Stage. Robert Shackleton Playhouse. When: October 16. 7:30pm. How Much: $25/person. Know This: Honor Breast Cancer Awareness Month with this one-woman reconstructive comedy about hope, love and the resiliency of the human spirit. More Info: Call 609-770-8311. NJ AUDUBON CAPE MY AUTUMN FESTIVAL & BIRD SHOW Where: Convention Hall When: October 19-22. 10am-5pm. How Much: Free! Know This: This island is the birding capital of the universe, and we have the

show to prove it. More Info: Call 609-884-2736. PUMPKIN FESTIVAL Where: Historic Cold Spring Village. When: October 21. How Much: Free! Know This: Families can enjoy pumpkin painting and games throughout the day. Visit a haunted house at the Village Barn and hayride through the farm. More Info: Call 609-898-2300. COMMUNITY PIG ROAST: HELP US HELP VERONICA Where: Nauti Spirits. When: October 22. 3-7pm. How Much: $55/person. Know This: This past June our Apprentice Distiller, Veronica, was involved in a near fatal car accident resulting in skyrocketing medical bills. Price

Harbor View Restaurant, marina & bar

Inside Dining & Bar Open Daily @ 11:30am Breakfast SATURDAY & SUNDAY 8-11:30am Deck Open Fri, Sat & Sun in October

monday night

Assorted Flatbreads tuesday night

$16 Cod Cakes Dinner wednesday night

$16 London Broil Dinner thursday night

$16 Prime Rib Dinner friday night

Shrimp Stravangaza sunday all day and night

Burger Mania sunday night

$16 Turkey Dinner & Trimmings 954 OCEAN DRIVE, CAPE MAY ¯ (609) 884-5444 ¯ HARBORVIEWCAPEMAY.COM


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Includes pig roast (or vegetarian option), 2 seasonal draft cocktails and pumpkin painting. More Info: Call 609-770-3381. US VIRGIN ISLANDS HURRICANE RELIEF FUND Where: Aleathea’s. 7 Ocean Street. When: October 22. 3-6pm. How Much: $20/person. Know This: With live music from Chris GS and friends and DJ Kooze Kontrol. Donations welcome, (batteries, toiletries, etc.) More Info: Call 609-884-5005. FALL FASHION SHOW Where: The Grand Hotel. When: November 5. 12-4pm. How Much: $35/person. Know This: Hosted by Soroptimist International of Cape May County. Cash bar, 50/50, gift baskets, luncheon. Proceeds go to scholarships and community organizations that benefit woman and girls. More Info: Call 215-275-9499.

It’s time for some finger-lickin’, pig-pickin’ good time at the West Cape May Elementary Annual Pig Roast Friday, October 13.

LUNCH, DINNER AND LATE NIGHT friday, October 13 Dog House Roses 10:00pm

Thursday, October 12 Megan & Junior 9:00pm

Open Daily from 11:30am

saturday, october 14 Ken Shiles & Cibon 10:00pm

sunday, october 15 Leslie DeRose 1pm

S E A FO O D & S T E A KS S A L A D S & F L AT B R E A D S KIDS MENU 20 DRAFT BEERS L I V E E N T E R TA I N M E N T P E T F R I E N D LY P O R C H

Happy Hour - monday through friday 3-6pm & sunday 11:30am-6pm! 1 4 2 D EC AT U R S T REET

on the

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


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Named ONe Of the “Best Places tO driNk OutdOOrs iN 2017” By PhiladelPhia magaziNe!

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EAT, DRINK &

BE HARRY’S

THROWBACK THURSDAYS 2010 prices!!

CRUSH FRIDAYS!

Meatloaf $15 Fish n Chips $10 Smoked Trout Dip $5 Hot Buttered Rum $5 Peppermint Patties $5 Pumpkin & Fall Beers $4

$5 Crush Drinks $5 Hummus & Pita • $6 Wings

NFL & FOOTBALL SUNDAY SERVING BREAKFAST, LUNCH & DINNER THURSDAY TO SUNDAY 8AM-10PM

BEACH AT MADISON AVENUE, CAPE MAY, NJ

(609) 88-HARRY | MONTREALBEACHRESORT.COM

$5 MINI CHEESE STEAKS $6 wINGS $2.50 MILLER LITE & YUENGLING DRAFTS (ALL DAY)


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Mystery Photo Contest

Think you know this local landmark? 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. 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.

Adored by Visitors... Local

Organic

Fresh

Order now and see what’s in the bag this week! Bento-style, veggie-centric lunchbox Delivery or pickup • Mon - Fri $12 - $15 w ww . faithcooks . com

Loved by Locals!

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New Gluten-free options!

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

chicken pot pies on thurdays! mini meals sunday-thursday!

OPEN DAILY 7am-9pm

Beach & Grant, Cape May 609-884-3772


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Ramblings From The Editor

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

ake away the beach and there’s nothing to do in the fall here in Cape May. Was a ghost town this past weekend, right? Yeah, right. You could probably have thrown a stone in any direction and hit someone enjoying a festival — though, naturally, I don’t recommend such an approach. “There’s TOO much to do,” noted a retailer I spoke to on Saturday morning, referring to the fact that people wouldn’t be shopping with so many other things going on. On Saturday, there was the quirky fun of the annual Lima Bean Festival in Wilbraham Park, at the same time as Fall at the Farm was going on at Beach Plum Farm — if you haven’t been to one of these (every Saturday in October), you should do something about that. Then there was the first (and hopefully not last) Cape May Wine and Music Fest at Hawk Haven Winery, which is where I spent my Saturday. What a blast! It was like a mini Woodstock — minus the mud and the drugs and, okay, minus people like Jimi Hendrix, too. But there WAS great music from the likes of Red Baraat, Heather Gillis Band and our own

Bastard Sons of Captain Mey and Bluebone. Lying in the grass, surrounded by vines, listening to good tunes while eating food from the Red Store and Empanada Mama’s, drinking local wines and beers... no wonder close to 3,000 people turned up over the weekend. Huge kudos to Hawk Haven owners Todd and Kenna Wuerker, who both told me they had lost some sleep in the runup to the event, and also to Exit Zero Jazz Festival founder Michael Kline, who put together the music. “It was insane planning this event. There

were so many moving parts,” said Kenna. “We wanted to give our customers a great festival experience — great bands, the best wineries, great food and plenty of room to hang out on the grounds.” Nailed it, Wuerkers. So, will it become an annual event? “We are talking about it,” said Kenna. “Next year would definitely be easier.” Speaking of great music, the wonderful Wyclef Jean is one of nine guest speakers at TEDx Cape May, which is being held at Lower Cape May Regional High School this Sunday, October 15. That’s a serious coup. If you’re not familiar, Wyclef is a Haitian immigrant who found fame as the founder of the Fugues band and produced hits for Carlos Santana and Whitney Houston. He’s since become a leading advocate for change in Haiti. If you haven’t been to a TEDx event, founded by my good pal Norris Clark, it’s food for your brain, a totally inspiring and informative day out. For more information, see the program on pages 42-45 and visit TEDxcapepay.com.

Autumnal Evenings in the Vineyard! Last three Saturdays in October 4-8 pm LIVE MUSIC MULLED SPICED WINE VINEYARD HAY RIDES BONFIRE Check website or FB for more info & list of musicians! ta s t i n g r o o m h a r v e s t s e a s o n h o u r s

1 1am-6pm Tue-Thu & 11am-7pm Fri-Sun Reser vations required for groups of 6 +

609-536-2023 • JessieCreekWinery.com

Cape May Court House at the end of Hand Ave on Route 47

The Raw Bar At the Lobster House

open daily

@11:30, weather permitting


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RSK Doughnuts

10/7-10/8: Cape May Wine And Music Fest At Hawk Haven Winery PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV

COFFEE • BAKED GOODS • & MORE DOUGHNUTS MADE HOT & FRESH IN FRONT OF YOU... Cinnamon Sugar, Maple Dipped, Chocolate Dipped & Vanilla Dipped.

P. Nielsen, Jordan Kimball, Micki M., Erin A.

Carpenters Lane & Decatur St • 609-536-8868

Mike, Susan, Michele, Sandra

A local cafe with a wholesome aroma

SUN-THURS 8 am-3 pm FRI & SAT 8 am-9 pm DINNER SERVED FROM 5 pm

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

Peggy, Bill, Mary Farrell, Karen Dango


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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!

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

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


THE CURRY COUNTDOWN!

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Exit Zero Cookhouse closes for the season October 28. You’re running out of time to sample some seriously good food. Come see us before it’s too late... SAVE THE DATE: Our Christmas Parade fundraiser is on Thursday, October 26. $20 for 3 courses. Call to book. 109 Sunset Boulevard 609-305-5203 ezcookhouse.com to-go available


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10/7-10/8: Cape May Wine And Music Fest At Hawk Haven Winery

Doreen and Jay Bethel, Tom Schickling, Irene Szalag, Jay Bethel, Beth and Van Burris

Jeremy, Miro

G., Margaret

Terry, Kollin

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

THIS WEEKEND

SATURDAY, Oct 14... 12-8pm

OKTOBERFEST

German Food, Bier und Music!

German Food & Beer available all weekend With DJ Chris 2-8pm

CHECK OUT OUR FALL CRAFT BEER LINE-UP! Your NCAA & NFL Football HQ Food & Drink Specials During Games

ENTERTAINMENT

Fri 10/13... Al

Trombino (4-6pm) Sinatra & Friends with Ed McDonough & Joe McLaughlin (6-10pm) Sun 10/15... Football + Food & Drink Specials Team Trivia with Ed & Joe (6-8pm)

« Bayfront Food & Drink « Live Music « Spectacular Sunsets « Outside & Covered Dining « Dog-Friendly Patio « friday 4 pm -11 pm | Saturday 12 pm -11 pm | Sunday 12 pm -9 pm Kitchen closes 9.00 pm friday/Saturday & 7.30 pm Sunday

91 Beach Drive, North Cape May | 609-886-5529 |

h a r p o o n s o n t h e b ay . c o m


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Dish Of The Week If you were to ask the people of Cape May what their favorite season is at the beach, nine times out of 10 you’re going to hear fall. The crowds have (for the most part) gone home and the island we loaned out for the past four months has been given back. And it couldn’t be at a better time. The weather is perfect, the trees are changing color and menus around town are introducing new seasonal items like the sweet and savory butternut squash (same family as pumpkin). Treat yourself to the Autumn Butternut Squash Bisque with smoked trout, walnut aioli, petite greens at Peter Shields Inn. It’s the perfect way to squash your hunger and end a fall day in our beloved Cool Cape May.

BEER OF THE WEEK

For Reservations Call: 609-884-9119 322 Washington Street Mall, Cape May • www.tishasfinedining.com •

Fabulous Food & Cool Cocktails in a Casual Pub Atmosphere!

This amazingly full bodied red from the Priorat region of Spain over delivers with dark fruits, spicebox, all in a densely packed full body.

If you’re looking to spice up the fall season, we’ve got pumpkin just for you. It’s the highly anticipated Pumpkin Pie Martini from the Harbor View Restaurant. They combine Stoli Vanil vodka, RumChata and their housemade pumpkin spice syrup. Then garnished with a crunchy graham cracker rim, milky whipped cream and a sprinkle of cinnamon. Oh my gourd, does that sound delicious or what? But remember, there is still booze in the glass. It IS a martini for crying out loud. So although you may feel tempted to keep ordering up, pace yourself. You don’t want to get too smashed!

OUTDOOR, PET-FRIENDLY DINING PATIO

5-10PM

Live Music Friday & Saturday Evenings LUNCH & DINNER DAILY Kitchen Hours: Sun-Thu 11:30AM-10PM Fri & Sat 11:30AM-11pm

Crisp like a lager, but bursting with a bright citrus aroma. Hopped with Bravo, Citra and Nelson Sauvin on the hot side, with a massive dry-hop bill. There’s a touch of sweetness on the finish to round everything out.

Black Slate Priorat Spanish Red $21.99 from Collier’s Liquor Store 202 Jackson Street

Cocktail Of The Week

HALF PRICE WINE BY THE BOTTLE ALL DAY FRIDAY!

FRI-SUN

Cape May IPL India Pale Lager ABV: 5.0% Cape May Brewing Company

WINE OF THE WEEK

ENTER THE CLIPART CONTEST

3729 Bayshore Road North Cape May (609) 889-7000 5Westpub.com

This is the Pumpkin Issue, which is why we hid a happy little squashy guy 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 October 19. One winner picked at random will receive a $20 Exit Zero 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!


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Exit Zero Goes On Vacation Around The Globe

Jack and Arlette Wright at Marksburg Castle on the Moselle River in Germany while on a Viking River cruise from Paris to Prague.

Diane and Joe Klineburger taking in the sights in London, England

PHOTOGRAPHS BY A ROVING CORRESPONDENT.. TO ORDER COPIES, PLEASE CALL (609) 770-8479

American Cuisine Freshest Seafood & Sizzling Steaks Great Bar Menu BUCK-A-SHUCK OYSTERS & CLAMS! Wednesday & Thursday (during Happy Hour)

Open Daily 10am to 5pm 135 S unset B oulevard , W est C ape M ay 609.425.6434

capemayhoneyfarm . com

Bar: Wed - Sun from 4pm Dinner: Wed - Sun from 5pm Happy Hour 4:00pm to 6:30pm 615 Lafayette Street, Cape May 609-884-2111 • oysterbayrestaurant.com


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10/7: Lima Bean Festival At Wilbraham Park PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV

Friday & Saturday from 5pm Early Bird $28 Specials 5-5.30pm

Rachel, Anna, Titus

1 S unset B oulevard, C ape M ay, N ew J ersey (609) 898-0100 | blackduckonsunset.com

Christmas P Fundraising arade Dinner

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A spookily great nigh Thursday

October 26

of eating John, Colleen, Sidney

Wendy, Gina

5-8pm Scary music Costumed servers Great food & Scary Spices

...but only if you want

them!

vation

om s rec

mende

d

479 609-770-8

Reser

3 course meal only $20 Curries & non-curries available Buy tickets at Exit Zero Store, 109 Sunset Blvd. Or at the door every cent goes to the parade!

John, Darlene


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10/7: Lima Bean Festival At Wilbraham Park PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV

Karen M., Amy Weinberger, Suzanne Driscoll, Hilary Keever, Laurie Rahter

Uncle Bill’s & FAMILY RESTAURANT

John and Mary Van de Vaarst

Mackenzie, Andrew

6:30am-2:00pm PUMPKIN PANCAKES open daily

ARE BACK!

BEACH & PERRY, CAPE MAY

Andy, Tony, Emma


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10/7: Lima Bean Festival At Wilbraham Park

Joseph and Susan Ganci, Sandra, Peter Burke

Dennis and MaryLou S., Katie and Ethan Eckel, Laura Mibrandt

Myra, Lila, TJ

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

Best 100 Restaurants in America — 2016 OpenTable Diners

Dinner Every Night from 5pm $40 Early Dinner 3 Course Prix-Fixe sunday through friday from 5 to 6pm excluding saturdays & holiday weekends

Live Piano on Weekends 1301 Beach Avenue | Cape May | 609.884.9090 | petershieldsinn.com


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THE EBBITT

ROOM AT THE VIRGINIA

Savor the Season

Watch Stories Unfold Along Jackson Street Nestled in the V irginia Hotel, The Ebbitt Room features a tree-lined porch where visitors unwind with farm-inspired cocktails, while people watching beneath the sun and stars.

Reservations

Live Piano Music I Nightly Dining

25 Jackson Street

Complimentary Valet Parking

609.884.5700

EbbittRoom.com


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C CIR A

1912

Cold Spring

GRANGE r E S TAU r A n T

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Embracing “Farm-to-Table” Serving Heritage and Pub-Style Fare. Serving Lunch & Dinner Thursday - Sunday 12pm - 8:30pm Come dine under our canopy-covered outdoor porch! dog friendly

735 Seashore Road, Cape May, 609-884-0114 at historic cold spring village

coldspringgrange . net

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Everyday Stop by & sample

Ellie’s Garden

cape may’s original farm-to-table

Our new Farm to Table Menu

Breakfast

7:30 am to 1 pm with Mimosas & Bloody Marys Lunch 11 am to 4 pm Dinner Sunday-Thursday 4 to 9 • Friday & Saturday 4 to 10

THURSDAYS

50¢ (Award-Winning) Wing Night

Football Game Day ~ All-You-Can-Eat Wings 6 Wing Flavors & Beer Specials

FRIDAYS Terry O’ke In the Bar • 9 PM

AMERICAN STEAK & SEAFOOD HOUSE

Grande Center Shopping Mall • Rio Grande, New Jersey

609-889-2000 • www.riostation.com

open for dinner thursday - sunday @ 5pm call to book your table! 609.884.5882 • 104 jackson street, cape may VISIT OUR CHOCOLATE BAR NEXT DOOR!


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10/7: Lima Bean Festival At Wilbraham Park

Wendy Hughes, Ellen Grunzig

John, Kirsten

Pete, Jan

Carol and Kaitlyn Flynn

Barb Smith, Marianne R.

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

NAUTI SPIRITS COMMUNITY PIG ROAST TO BENEFIT VERONICA’S

MEDICAL FUND

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22ND FROM 3-7PM $55 INCLUDES PIG ROAST (OR VEGETARIAN OPTION), 2 SEASONAL DRAFT COCKTAILS & PUMPKIN PAINTING

This past June our Apprentice Distiller, Veronica, was involved in a near fatal car accident. Among her injuries a shattered left arm & aspiration pneumonia requiring a 6-day stay in the ICU. Her rehabilitation is extensive & ongoing, and the resulting medical bills have skyrocketed to an unmanageable amount. Join us for a Community Pig Roast to help raise funds to support Veronica in this difficult time. Gratefully, -The Nauti Spirits team

916 SHUNPIKE RD (NORTH OF THE CANAL) CAPE MAY | 609 770 3381 | NAUTISPIRITS.COM


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10/7: Lima Bean Festival At Wilbraham Park PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV

FALL LIVE MUSIC Jimmy Doran... Fri & Sun Erik Simonsen... Sat

Isaac Smith Apple on Tap!

TASTINGS EVERYDAY Reservations Required For Parties Of 7 or More

Jessica Blasko, Sienna Amos

Stormy, John

Matt Davis, Francesca Babore

Gina Mathews, Rob G.

Rich, Carol

Gene and Michele Stoudt

WINERY TOURS 2pm: Fri, Sat & Sun from October 1 Reservations Required

711 Townbank Road, N. Cape May OPEN DAILY 12-6 c a p e m ay w i n e r y . c o m


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Must-Have Of The Week

Searching our favorite places in Cape May for those goodies you need to enjoy now! We went in search of some pumpkin-appropriate products and found the answer from Coffee Tyme on Beach Avenue. The Item: Pumpkin spice coffee/latte. The Appeal: It’s that much anticipated time of the year when fall flavors kick in and pumpkin spice everything is the sudden craze. October just isn’t the same without a cup in hand to not only keep you warm with the dropping temps, but it tastes pretty darn good too. The Price: Stop in and see for yourself. Owners Jesse and Leigha Lambert will be happy to assist you.

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10/7: Lima Bean Festival At Wilbraham Park

Kathy, Melissa, Laurie

John, John, Bernie

Celeste, Doreen, Betty

Geno, Claire, Mike

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

Friday - Dinner at 5pm • Saturday - Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner • Sunday - Breakfast 3 Course Early Seating Dinner Special Friday & Saturday 5:00-5:30pm

Vegan and Gluten-Free Options Available! Happy Hour.... Friday 3-6pm at the Porch & Bar At the Inn of Cape May

7 Ocean Street, Cape May • 800-582-5933

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Out of the Blue AND INTO THE OPEN AIR Enjoy the warm weather while it lasts and delight in a delicious meal on our open-air patio. Serving seasonal signature dishes with ingredients from our very own Beach Plum Farm, join us outside beneath the sun and stars.

BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER RESERVATIONS 609.884.8422 • THEBLUEPIGTAVERN.COM Located in Congress Hall 200 Congress Place, Cape May, NJ


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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.

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!

BRINE 8100 Bayview Drive, Wildwood Crest (609) 522-1287 www.brinebythebay.com

The spot on the bay known for its fresh food, seasonal cocktails, breathtaking sunsets and good company. Take in the bay’s salty air and stay for a while.

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.

COLD SPRING GRANGE 735 Seashore Road, Cape May (609) 884-0114 www.coldspringgrange.net

Carol Herforth, formerly of Island Grill, took over this charming old eatery and is serving heritage and pubstyle food. Dishes will reflect seasonal produce. Bonus: Pick up beer from Cold Spring Brewery next door.

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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, in the heart of the oceanfront Grand Hotel, offers fine seafood, prime beef and excellent specials. A popular spot for locals.

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10/7: Lima Bean Festival At Wilbraham Park

Trudy and Ron Assante

Wendy, Cindy

Spike and Peg Riley

Kathleen Hayes, Michelle Glorla

Vincent Bolger

Kate Lloyd, Jackie

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Meals Served

Price Of Entrées

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! Closes for the season on October 28.

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.

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.

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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.

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ICCARA 311 Mansion Street, Cape May (609) 884-0200 www.iccaracapemay.com

Located in the heart of Cape May, just steps from the Washington Street Mall, Iccara Italian Bistro & Seafood brings you the fresh flavors of Italy in a charming, welcoming atmosphere.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

The dim, amber lighting, dark wooden bar, period fittings and classy staff give a special ambience. Listen to live piano music as you eat, or linger over cocktails at the classic bar.

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Lucky Bones Backwater GrillE

Gwendolyn and Tom McCreary, Xena

Wednesdays Local Oyster Night

Flying Fish crew

$1 Oysters

All Night Miguel’s Oyster Specials OPEN FOR LUNCH & DINNER DAILY The Cecis and Makatches family

1200 RT 109 SOUTH, CAPE MAY 609-884-BONE (2663)


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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.

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 RED STORE 500 Cape Avenue, Cape May Point (609) 884-5757 www.capemaypointredstore.com

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

Meals Served

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Bar Or BYOB?

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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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BEACHFRONT LIQUOR STORE

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2017 Program: New Depths

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his Sunday, October 15, from 10:00am-3:30pm, TEDxCapeMay returns for its sixth season to explore “New Depths” through outstanding and innovative presenters from a wide variety of fields. The event takes place at Lower Cape May Regional High School and includes an open bar lunch reception at Congress Hall. At a TEDx event, video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx events. TEDxCapeMay seeks to develop and leverage the TED experience at a regional level, bringing together innovators and inspirational speakers to the Cape May area.

For more information on TEDxCapeMay visit www.tedxcapemay.com

2017 TEDxCapeMay Program and Speakers Registration: 9am – 10am Programs begins at 10am TED Intro (video) TED Talk (video) Wyclef Jean Vanessa Vitolo Regina Asmutis-Silvia Gordon Chiu

Break TED Talk (video) Blaine Rothauser Richard Lee Sarah Stevenson Carlie Eckel Daryl Davis

CapeMay Attendees move to Congress Hall for open bar lunch reception after 1pm


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Wyclef Jean Musician & Humanitarian

The musician, producer and humanitarian has sold over 100 million albums and won three Grammys. He formed hip hop group the Fugees and has evolved an iconic catalog of hits such as “Gone Till November”, “Hips Don’t Lie” and “Sweetest Girl.” He produced award-winning hits for Carlos Santana and Whitney Houston and his latest EP J’ouvert has accumulated over 100 million streams worldwide. Jean has never forgotten where he’s come from. The Haitian refugee has a deep sense of national pride as well as a passion for public service and social activism. He has been an activist for many causes and a key player in improving his homeland’s image throughout the world.

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Vanessa Vitolo Addiction Recovery Advocate

Originally from South Jersey, Vanessa’s life and recovery is based in North Jersey where she now resides. With a degree in communications and public relations, Vanessa understands the importance of connection and of forging strong relationships in all aspects of life. She is a strong advocate for addiction and recovery working very closely with the Governor Christies office on the ReachNJ campaign as well as with the President’s task force combating addiction. She has found her purpose through the process of recovery, which is to spread the hope she has found to others.

Gordon Chiu Inventor

As an entrepreneur, Dr Chiu is known as “an executiondriven businessman”. As an inventor, he has a series of patents and collaborations with multiple universities in several countries. He gave his first Tedx talk in 2014 in the field of graphene and identified that the lack of creativity in education and teamwork amongst governments is a threat to graphene’s success within this century. He is engaged in the discovery and research of graphene at a variety of globally acclaimed academic institutions and is the founding partner of Grafoid Inc. As one who is interested in blending technology, science and cutting edge knowledge to create breakthroughs around the world, his skills range from a former research scientist at Pfizer and Merck & Co. to solid business links with Wall Street and Asia.

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Daryl Davis Musician, Author, Actor, Activist

Davis, known for his energetic style of boogie woogie piano, has played with Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, B.B. King, Bruce Hornsby and Bill Clinton. His efforts in engaging with the Ku Klux Klan were reported on by CNN and the Washington Post. He sums up his advice as: “Establish dialogue. When two enemies are talking, they’re not fighting.” He got rave reviews for his stage roles in William Saroyan’s The Time Of Your Life and was a key player in Elvis Mania at on off-Broadway theatre. He appeared in two episodes of the acclaimed HBO series The Wire. Davis is the author of the nonfiction book Klan-Destine Relationships and is the subject of the documentary Accidental Courtesy.

Sarah Stevenson Emerging Immersive Technologies

Stevenson leads partnerships for Live Planet, an end-to-end virtual reality distribution system created by the founder of CNET and facilitates AI research for KurzweilAI Network, owned by Ray Kurzweil, Director of Engineering at Google. Previously, she co-founded a full-service 360 video production company, REVRIE Immersive; led strategic partnerships for the world’s largest virtual and augmented reality expo; and consulted with Spotify, The Economist, MercedesBenz, BMW and NYU. She developed a keen interest in emerging tech after working for a DC think tank, where she led foresight strategic initiatives for top corporations and government agencies.

Regina Asmutis-Silvia Marine Biologist

Asmutis-Silvia is the Executive Director and Senior Biologist for Whale and Dolphin Conservation- North America. She has undergraduate degrees in biology and chemistry and a graduate degree in biology. She has been active in whale research, conservation and education since 1990. She currently sits on the federally appointed Atlantic Large Whale, Harbor Porpoise, Bottlenose Dolphin and Atlantic Trawl Gear Take Reduction Teams.

CapeMay The TEDxCapeMay 2017 Team Norris Clark Organizer — norris@TEDxCapeMay.com Jennifer Vana Program Coordinator

John Drechen Audio-visual

Jeanni Seetoo Event Coordinator

Cathy Grimes Speaker hospitality

Samantha Cocove College outreach

Jackie Romano Green Room

Walter Schoenknecht Video production

Michelle Callaway Green Room

David Emmerling Video production

Ralph Cooper Advisor

Rob Reed Branding

R. Jay Magill Advisor

Steve Snyder Branding

Jack Wright Promotion

Maxwell Moran Stage design

TJ Belasco Student speaking program


Thursday, October 12, 2017

Blaine Rothauser Conservation Biologist

Rothauser is a Senior Natural Resource Specialist and Conservation Biologist with GZA GeoEnvironmental, a nationally recognized environmental consulting firm. He is also a professional wildlife photographer. Blaine works extensively in New Jersey on conservation management planning and design, threatened and endangered species analysis, regulatory permitting, bio-ecologic inventories and environmental impact studies. In addition to 26 years as a professional ecologist, Blaine brings a passion for his home state’s iconic natural history which he readily shares in captivating and visually rich presentations to everyone from corporate to community groups to students.

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Richard Lee Anti-Slavery Activist

Lee serves as Director of Church Mobilization for International Justice Mission, mobilizing churches and communities to engage in local and global ministry. Before joining IJM, Richard served as a Pastor at Liquid Church at their campus in Mountainside, NJ and as Lead Pastor at Bethany Well Church in Fort Lee, NJ. For the last 20 years, his passion for preaching has taken him to churches all across the nation. He currently serves as an Advisory Board member for One Days Wages, a global poverty organization. He received his degree in Mathematics from Columbia College (NYC) and his M.Div from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.

Carlie Eckel Lower Cape May Regional HS student

This year’s Lower Cape May Regional High School student TEDxCapeMay talk will be given by Cape May resident Carlie Eckel. She breaks the small-town mold, and is a huge believer in being yourself, and being confident in who you are as a person. Carlie has competed in nine triathlons since the age of 14 and plans on competing in a half ironman next September. She plans on becoming a high school art teacher so she can spread “spirit and enthusiasm to more generations.”

CapeMay PREMIERE PARTNERS

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Estate Jewelry & Women’s Boutique

THE PINK HOUSE @ 33 Perry Street ON THE MALL @ 302 Washington Street victoriousincapemay.com OPEN DAILY @ 10


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The Old Fogey

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

h how I used to adore Halloween (or All Hallows’ Eve as I still call it)! We’d all dress formally, meet at the Admiral Hotel and toast the spirits of the undead with a fine malt, then to appease those vengeful dead we’d go out, find a score of shoebie heads and hollow them out with spoons, lighting them from inside with a candle and placing them on the stoops as an offering. All good clean fun, I say! Wait... what’s that you say? Oh aha yes! I meant pumpkins, obviously! Not shoebie heads! Ha! Who would actually use the skulls of visitors for such a ritual?! It’s preposterous! Fake news! As if we are barbarians who think to make blood offerings to the old gods to ensure prosperity and good harvests! Really, perish the thought! Now, did you know that the worldfamous pumpkin was in fact invented right here in Cape May? It was a botanical experiment gone awry: we had intended only to try and cross a tomato with an orange, to create a tomange, as the culmination of our short but

Friday Oct. 20 8-12pm

drink specials no cover!

rather interesting tomato hybrid line. We had the tompple, the tomana, the tomoccoli and the tomhuahua. Admittedly that last was a terrible mistake, and only happened when Wally Chung’s tiny dog chased a squirrel into our atomic fruit and vegemizer, and got tragically zapped. The result: a small, hairy red vegetable with a temper, was a hazard to every living thing and I had to fetch my flame thrower to sort it out. Sadly, Wally did not get his dog back but nor did any innocent bystanders get eaten by the tomhuahua so I consider it a success.

But the planned tomorange was not a success, until in a fit of rage I rammed one down on Ernie Hemingway’s big fat head, and the comic scary potential was revealed. Of course we overdid things, as is the Cape May way, and based on the theory that a basketball sized tomorange was fun, we devised one as big as a car. That caused the then mayor, Louis “King” Louis, to explode in outrage and his curses, delivered as they were by an orangutan (for such was he) sounded very much like “whad the pumfkin hell is that thing?” And so was the new name born. I wasn’t sorry: they’re easier to carve than heads (haha, oops!) and we do still have the small but thriving community of tomquirrels running free in our fair city, feasting on nuts, fruit and any drunken reveler foolish enough to pass out near the band stand. That said, I am less keen on carving pumpkins than I am firing them from the arbalest up on the mansion’s widow’s walk. Of course they are first stuffed with napalm: we like to emphasize the trick part rather than any treating, here in Cape May.

killer music from atley moon

day of the dead

party with the after-life at elaine’s 513 lafayette street, cape may


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9/30: Surprise Wedding Of Ashley & Heather Malinowski At CM Winery

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

Hats

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Tanks

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Zip-Ups

Jewelry

130 Park Boulevard • 609-884-2760 • theflyingfishstudio.com Our Stuff is Made Locally Right Here in Quirky West Cape May!

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Viv, Doug

Bill, Leslie

Momma and baby Vog

Chris GS

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The Activity Column

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Catherine Dugan’s guide to getting out there... this week, firepits in the fall

here comes a moment in every teenager’s life when she turns to her mother and asks, “Was my entire childhood a lie?” (Spoiler: Yes. Yes, it was.) The occasion was my request that she take the marshmallow sticks from my hand and place them outside for our small guests to “find.” “We don’t need to do that,” she said. “There are always lots of… oh.” Parents do what it takes to make magic happen. Cape May is great for magical backyard fires, for example. Autumn in Cape May is like the Hollywood fall — there’s just a hint of chill in the air and color in the world. You can march along the walkways in the marsh, looking for monarch butterflies or migrating birds. It’s not too hot to climb the lighthouse or ride your bicycle to Sunset Beach. The few remaining bugs are enough to make you glad summer is over. And it’s the perfect time to use your backyard chiminea. Roasting marshmallows around a campfire is a magical thing for a child, but it’s work for the grownup magicians.

Plan ahead to make it easier. Take safety precautions — home fires caused almost $30 million dollars of property damage last year, so keep the hose handy, along with a bucket of water. Children have a knack flinging flaming marshmallows. Buy firewood, or, if you’re lucky, find someone to give it to you for free. Get more than you think you need. Buy a couple of bags of brand name marshmallows — generic marshmallows can really let you down. Buy at least six chocolate bars — not counting the one you hid in the kitchen for yourself for later — and one package of graham crackers. (Somehow,

the graham crackers never run out, and in a pinch, you can use saltines. Really.) Put all the ingredients on a table near the fire, light the fire, and THEN inform the children that you will be toasting marshmallows. Ask them to “find” some reasonably straight, reasonably clean sticks at least 30 inches long. Give them the tape measure. Sit by the fire by yourself for five minutes. When the kids return, let them toast the marshmallows and make their first s’more. Oddly, they won’t want more s’mores, but they will want to toast more marshmallows. Let them. You can collect them in a bowl to use as toppings for your after dinner coffee, or use them in a recipe, or consider them the price of a childhood memory and throw them out after the kids go to bed. Make life even easier by enjoying a fire at the Rusty Nail, which promises an indoor fireplace through the end of December; or try the fireplaces at the Brown Room, Fins or Peter Shields. Check the Willow Creek Winery schedule for their Firepit Fridays.

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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 My wife and I are having an ongoing argument about our 20-something daughter who recently left an abusive relationship and had nowhere to live. It just so happened that one of our rental properties became available and we put her in there, but I feel she should pay a nominal amount of rent and my wife thinks she shouldn’t. What kind of lesson is that? My wife claims she doesn’t make enough money and will be forced to bring the boyfriend back. But I say she has never tried to get a job that would put her on her feet. Who’s right? — Parenting Never Ends Dear Parenting This is not an easy fix. Perhaps it is time for a sitdown with your daughter to go over a strategy. There are any number of options,

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among them the prospect that should your daughter get a job which provides her with a living wage, the money she earns would help her buy the house and thus secure a permanent home for herself. At the end of day, however, it is your daughter who has to map out her future, not you. She has to want independence enough to fight for it. Meanwhile, it sounds like the three of you could use an afternoon of wine tasting at Cape May Winery. Between the view and the vino, a little clarity might come through.

Dear Answer Lady My boyfriend and I are planning a vacation in November. We usually split the cost for these island trips but this year he wants to pick up the whole tab. I’m used to paying my own way. I don’t want to insult him but I don’t like feeling obligated either or, more importantly, of putting a financial burden on him. How do I handle this? — Reluctant Recipient Dear Reluctant The Answer Lady’s eyes are rolling back in her head. Step back and enjoy the bloody gift which he obviously wants to give you because — and stand back while the Answer Lady puts it out there — he mostly likely LOVES you and wants to do something nice for you, which you — in return – will do for him when the appropriate moment comes. This is what we call the give-and-take of a relationship. Go over to Caroline’s Boutique and buy something sexy for the trip and dinner at a romantic restaurant, which you can pay for. The Answer Lady is quite sure this and the inspiration of an island vacation will help you find other ways to repay him.


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The Movie Column

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Tom Sims of Cape May Film Society reviews “Kingsman: The Golden Circle”

ou can’t force quirky. It’s something that just happens. A good quirky movie is fun, thrilling, goofy, and action-packed — all at once. Take the first Kingsman: The Secret Service (2014). Go ahead and try to put your finger on its quirkiness. Good luck describing why it worked. But I’ll try. This original film was a mix of Kill Bill, the Quentin Tarantino series, and the original 1960s Batman TV show — sort of cartoonish and gruesome almost simultaneously. It could be silly on one hand and satirical on the other. Somehow throughout all it was fun. Three years later, we have Kingsman: The Golden Circle. The doomsday evil is the same. This time, instead of Samuel L. Jackson as the villain, we have Julianne Moore. She plays the mastermind behind the world’s largest drug cartel and has poisoned all the drugs people are using. It’s a mass epidemic. Millions will die. Only she holds the antidote and with one swift keystroke, she can send it out to the world via

The Kingsman sequel is a bit of a disappointment drones and save the day. Her only demand: she wants the entire US to legalize drugs. As far as premises go, this one walks the border of silly and stupid. But let’s go with it. What the heck, the last movie didn’t exactly have such a plausible evil plot either. Enter our hero, Eggsy (played by Taron Egerton). No spoiler here: Colin Firth returns as super spy Harry Hart. Wait… didn’t he die in the first film? Well, apparently not. This is part sci fi fantasy after all.

And so does the film ever stop walking the border to fall into a pool of stupid? Well, I didn’t stand and leave the theater until the end credits… so I guess the answer is no. But it came too close. When I reviewed the original film, I clearly recall going on in this column about a church congregation that was pretty much wiped out by Harry. It was a racist, hateful church, and you had to cheer for our hero as he went about killing everybody. You just don’t do that unless the film is sufficiently quirky. In this film there was no moment to cheer. You just didn’t feel that same animosity or sense of justice. I didn’t feel as engaged with the new (or, for that matter, recurring) characters. And there was a string of superstar celebrities in this film. But it was too much. Still, I can’t overly criticize this sequel. They were great action sequences, and it was fun in certain parts. But there were clichés, and I’m not so sure there is room for cliché and quirky in the same

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

n October, the center of activity in Cape May is the hawk watch platform at Cape May Point State Park. Every day is a gathering of the clan and when winds are blowing northwest, spirits run high. It can be very tribal with quips traded and friendships renewed and intimidating for firsttime visitors. Don’t be. The squad of seasonal interpreters are there to show you the wonders of one of the planet’s greatest migratory spectacles. In 10 minutes time, with half a hundred sharp-shinned hawks under your belt and sightings of half a dozen peregrine falcons etched in memory, you are already a veteran. I’ve been a beginning hawk watcher since 1976 and learn something new every time I set foot on the platform. Falcon flights are often exceptional when it’s raining and winds are off the ocean. Peregrines conduct much of their migration offshore. An easterly wind ferries them to Cape May. Jumping off Long Island at first light, these long distance migrants reach Cape May by midday and continue to be seen until dusk. Merlins, too, are afternoon birds

and untroubled by dirty weather. So, hawk watching doesn’t mean getting up at sunrise. It’s a very civilized form of bird watching. Late afternoon is prime viewing time. On good flights, multiple birds may be seen in the air at once, chasing each other or snatching dragonflies out of mid-air. While the scopes offer supernatural intimacy, the stash of loaner binoculars means you won’t have to stand in line. Yes, you’ll have to give the instruments back, that’s the nature of a loan. If you are having difficulty finding

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

EDWIN is a senior looking for another senior to share a home with. He is a low maintenance fellow just looking for someone to quietly spend his time with. Please consider Edwin because he would love to retire soon! 14 years old and he is ready to enjoy these lovely days. Will you join Edwin? Adopt today!

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9/30: CMS Golf Cart Raffle At Robert Shackleton Playhouse

Margaret and Alice Bertelsen

Marty and Karen LoSasso

Yogi, Gary, Shaine, Roy, Annie

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

CHARITY R. CLARK BROKER-ASSOCIATE, ABR, GRI

609.408.2192

Always Call the Best - 609.408.2192

charitycapemay@gmail.com

Listed for Sale

303 Alexander Avenue Cape May Point, $669,000

Offers an upside down layout with 2 guest bedrooms, full bath, and laundry on the first floor. The 2nd floor offers an great room with vaulted ceilings and skylights, clean kitchen with beautiful granite, master bedroom, and full bath.

Busy in the Point!

Recently participated in the sale of...

Gold Circle of Excellence Receipent 2013, 2014, 2015, & 2016

1159 Washington Street, Cape May NJ 609.884.3332 | www.chrisclemanssir.com TEXT SIR TO 87778 FOR OUR MOBILE APP

426 Lighthouse Cape May Point

703 Cape Avenue Cape May Point

302 Stites Avenue Cape May Point


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PROPERTY PAGES

FEATURED PROPERTY: 1018 STOCKTON AVENUE, CAPE MAY A True Cape May Beauty! At more than 4200 square feet, this fully renovated 9 bedroom, 6 bath home is steps from the beach and boasts ocean views from multiple rooms. Currently utilized as a single family home, it includes 3 kitchens and 3 dining areas. The large covered front porch is perfect for enjoying time with family and friends. First floor has 4 bedrooms & 3 baths, a bunk BR, 1 of 2 laundry facilities, living room with wood fireplace, 2 kitchens both with dining areas and ocean views. Second floor has 5 bedrooms, 3 baths, kitchen, dining area, sitting area and covered rear deck with ocean views. There is also 3 zone gas forced hot air heat and central AC, 3 hot water heaters, new plumbing, a new roof, reconstructed windows, 2 enclosed outside showers, off street parking for 4 cars and a full 2100 square foot walk out basement. Excellent rental history generating $160,000+ in gross revenues. The 2018 peak rental rate is $11,500 and a full rental schedule is available. Note the current owner only rents May through October. Sold fully furnished with many extras and is turn key. $1,775,000

Call Henry Lanzalotti of Jersey Cape Realty on 609-972-4977 or 609-884-5800


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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! 2 BLOCKS TO BEACH

MUST SEE! TONS OF ROOM

55+ COMMUNITY

CLOSE TO BEACH & TOWN

127 SHADELAND AVENUE BAYSIDE VILLAGE LISTED FOR $187,000 3 Bedroom | 1.5 Bathroom

50 BIRCH ROAD VILLAS LISTED FOR $322,500 4 Bedroom | 2.5 Bathroom

131 SHELL LANE COLD SPRING LISTED FOR $65,000 2 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom

11 NORTH STREET, UNIT 3 CAPE MAY LISTED FOR $439,500 3 Bedroom | 2.5 Bathroom

4 VACANT LOTS

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY!

55+ COMMUNITY

GARAGE

600 W. 26TH STREET WEST WILDWOOD LISTED FOR $108,000 - $125,000 Waterfront

518 WASHINGTON ST. MALL CAPE MAY LISTED FOR $44,000 Pearls Boutique, Business Only

719 LILYPOND DRIVE ERMA LISTED FOR $125,000 3 Bedroom | 2 Bathroom

883 TOWERVIEW ROAD ERMA LISTED FOR $189,000 2 Bedroom | 1.5 Bathroom

2 BLOCKS TO BAY

55+ COMMUNITY

LARGE 100 x 150 LOT

STUNNING!

5 SPRUCEWOOD AVENUE VILLAS LISTED FOR $215,000 2 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom

1204 TIDEWATER AVENUE RIO GRANDE LISTED FOR $289,900 3 Bedroom | 2.5 Bathroom

20 SUMMER CIRCLE NORTH CAPE MAY LISTED FOR $324,900 3 Bedroom | 2 Bathroom

604 READING AVENUE CAPE MAY LISTED FOR $723,900 3 Bedroom | 1.5 Bathroom

WOW!

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MARGARET KITTNER BETHEL

RICHARD PARKER

Realtor Sales Associate GRI, CRS, ABR

Realtor Sales Associate

Featured Realtor on HGTV’s Beachfront Bargain Hunt

2013, 2014, 2015 & 2016

609-602-8234

609-408-1012

Rich@buycapemayrealestate.com FOR SALE

503 Holly Avenue Cape May Point - $585,000 3 Bedroom | 2 Bathroom Available for sale is this quintessential Cape May Point cottage that has been loved and cherished by the same family for 70 years. Located less than 3 blocks to Cape May Point’s splendid beaches and stunning sunsets. Don’t miss out on this one and start creating your own Cape May Point memories.

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

ED C0NNOLLY Broker Sales Associate

With superior marketing and strategic planning you can expect a greater return on your investment. Call me today for a free comprehensive evaluation of your property.

MBethel@CoastlineRealty.com NEAR DELAWARE BAY

NEW CONSTRUCTION

13 S. 10th Street Del Haven $159,000 2 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom Large Deck and Yard w/shed

704 Foster Avenue, Lower Twp South of Canal $592,200 2 Bedroom | 2.5 Bathroom Central Air | Screened Porch

NEW CONSTRUCTION

OPEN HOUSES THIS WEEKEND

609-602-3089

Ed@CoastlineRealty.com

My wife Patti and I have lived at 1142 Lafayette Street in Cape May since 1988. I am a Broker/ Associate with Coastline Realty. Over the years I have been active in community service including...

702 Foster Avenue Cold Spring

§ Cape May City Board of Education for over 22 years, currently serving as President

3 Bedroom | 2.5 Bathroom

§ Member of the Historic Preservation Commission for the past 7 years

704 Foster Avenue Cold Spring

§ Member of the Kiwanis Club for 20 years

Search online @ CoastlineRealty.com

$694,400

2 Bedroom | 2.5 Bathroom

$592,200

Saturday, Oct 14 10-2 Sundays in Oct 11-2

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


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9/27: Pajama Movie Night At Elaine’s

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

Stacy Hutchinson

Todd H. deSatnick

Broker Associate Cell: 609.972.6004 Office: 609.884.1300

Broker of Record Cell: 609.780.2033 Office: 609.884.1300

Email: SCampbell@deSatnickRealEstate.com

Email: TdeSatnick@deSatnickRealEstate.com

FOR SALE!

FOR SALE!

FOR SALE!

NEW PRICE!

701 BEACH DR., NORTH CAPE MAY 6 BR/4.5 BA bayfront home w/in-ground pool & outdoor kitchen. $1,500,000

112 HEIDI AVE., NORTH CAPE MAY 3 BR/1 BA rancher situated on a corner lot. $189,000

902 OCEAN DR., UNIT 1204, LOWER TOWNSHIP 3 BR/2 BA luxury condo w/panoramic water views. $1,200,000

1036 MARYLAND AVE., CAPE MAY Furnished 5 BR/4 BA single home built in 2006 w/in-ground heated pool & detached garage. $1,329,000

www.deSatnickRealEstate.com

1001 Lafayette St., Cape May NJ 08204

Todd H. deSatnick / Broker of Record

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

107 HARVARD AVENUE, CAPE MAY POINT FOR SALE! The Brigadune with beach access across the street! This historic 6 BR/6 BA ocean front home was renovated in 1998. Highlights include a 1st floor wrap-around covered porch, living room, dining room, chef’s kitchen and a grand stair case. The 2nd level includes an ocean front entertainment room with a home bar. Level 3 has an oceanfront master suite with private BA and 2 BR’s. $2,599,900. Todd deSatnick 1001 Lafayette Street Cell: 609-780-2033 deSatnickRealEstate.com

501 BEACH AVENUE, CAPE MAY Marquis de Lafayette CondoTel, 1 Bedroom Units Starting at $77,500. On-site Management, Pool, Beach Front, Hands Free Ownership. Usage Policy is 14 days peak season and $30 per night in the off season. You do not furnish your own room, your management company handles that for you. Call for more information about condo and management fees. Coastline Realty 941 Columbia Avenue 609-884-5005 coastlinerealty.com

907 FARMDALE DRIVE, West Cape May This 3BR/2BA home is perfect for year round or vacation home living. The geo-thermal heating system makes this an affordable house to own. Lots of room for entertaining with a Great Room with gas fireplace, a screened-in back porch and a back deck. Hop on your bike, and it’s just a quick ride to the beach or into Historic Cape May. $575,000.

1 CAPTAINS COURT, LOWER TOWNSHIP/TRANQUILITY PARK FOR SALE! This 5 BR/3 BA Brentwood II model is a turnkey home that has been well maintained, built in 2000 by Bowman Builders. Highlights include a first floor master suite, spacious great room with cathedral ceilings, three season room and attached two car garage with ample storage and work space. $449,000.

131 SCHELLINGER AVENUE, VILLAS This 5BR/3.5BA Bay block home has views, location, a heated pool and space. The Master BR has a deck which overlooks the Delaware Bay, and there is a renovated kitchen with new granite, upscale appliances and a breakfast bar. The fencedin back yard has a resort-like feel with an in-ground pool with newly stamped concrete! $399,000.

RENTAL: 15 Broadway, #16, CM 2 BR/1 BA, Sleeps 6.

John King deSatnick Real Estate 1001 Lafayette Street Cell: 609-338-8708 desatnickrealestate.com

RENTAL: 1321-A Illinois Ave., CM 2 BR/1 BA, Sleeps 5.

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

206 SOUTH MAIN STREET, CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE *YEAR ROUND RENTAL* 2nd Floor Apartment. 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom. New Carpet & Paint. $1225 Month + Separate Utilities, 1.5 Months Security Deposit. No Pets. Coastline Realty 941 Columbia Avenue 609-884-5005 coastlinerealty.com

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

Jersey Cape Realty sales

Sales & Summer Rentals

404 Chatam Drive 938 Honeysuckle Rd Erma Tranquility, Lwr Twp

3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH

3 BEDROOM, 3 BATH

Meticulously maintained home in the desirable community of Tranquility. Attached garage, large back deck, bonus Florida room with heat and AC.

Totally renovated, includes granite countertops, new appliances, gorgeous bathrooms, hardwood floors, attached garage and a bonus room.

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

Buying & selling with integrity & trust

&

rentals

Heijung Park-Colameco Broker / Sales 609-602-8641 Cell Heijung@jerseycaperealty.com

Beautiful Home on the Bay on 100x100 Lot! 112 W. Atlantic Avenue, Villas 3 Bed, 1 Bath, 2-Car Garage, New Roof, Kitchen, Bath & More. Listing Price $229,500

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

(609) 884-5800 www.JerseyCapeRealty.com


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Patrick, Greg

Lindsey, Renay

Rowena Scott, Sandi Adams

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

MEET OUR EXPANDED RENTAL TEAM! WE CAN HELP FILL YOUR 2018 CALENDAR! Rentals@JerseyCapeRealty.com

609-884-5800

The Jersey Cape Rental Team O l i v i a , D i a n e , A n n , J u d y, E l l i e Jersey Cape Realty, Inc.

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


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9/30: Rylee Dickinson’s Sweet 16 Party At Townbank Fire Hall PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV

Cohwen, Keith, Jenn

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

TAI MENZ

Realtor Sales Associate

609-602-8061

Ami@CoastlineRealty.com

TaiMenz@CoastlineRealty.com

HUGE 2-CAR GARAGE!

BEACHFRONT

160 Briarwood Drive Erma $245,000 4 Bedroom | 2 Bathroom

1307 Beach Avenue, Unit 2 Cape May $659,000 2 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom

REMODELED

LAKEFRONT

101 McKinley Avenue Villas $189,000 3 Bedroom | 2 Bathroom

405 Cambridge Avenue Cape May Point $1,350,000 4 Bedroom | 3.5 Bathroom

Jailene, Madeline

941 COLUMBIA AVENUE, CAPE MAY

Jacque, Emily, Erin

CoastlineRealty.com • 609-884-5005 x 202


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John King

PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV

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

FOR SALE!

FOR SALE!

18 CANTERBURY WAY, LOWER TOWNSHIP Well maintained 3 BR/2 BA home in Victoria Village. $335,000

227 BEACH AVE., UNIT 601, CAPE MAY 2 BR/2 BA Caper’s condo with excellent rental history. $479,000

Rose Deluca, Jayla Edwards, Rylee Dickinson, Mariela DeLaurentis, Sam Sweeney

www.deSatnickRealEstate.com

1001 Lafayette St., Cape May NJ 08204

Todd H. deSatnick / Broker of Record

Colleen White Salesperson Cell: 609.231.6943 Office: 609.884.1300

Email: CWhite@deSatnickRealEstate.com

FOR SALE!

FOR SALE!

20 SCHELLINGER AVE., VILLAS New Construction! 3 BR/2 BA home on a 60x100 lot. $199,100

10 SEABASS LN., AVALON MANOR Two lots offered in the bayside community of Avalon Manor. $210,000

Jackie, Addison and Alice Dicola

www.deSatnickRealEstate.com

1001 Lafayette St., Cape May NJ 08204

Todd H. deSatnick / Broker of Record

Rich Williams, Rylee and Chrissy Dickinson


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9/30: Rylee Dickinson’s Sweet 16 Party At Townbank Fire Hall

Kelly Ann, Rylee, Dave and Jen Dickenson

Just us

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

11 Beach Ave, Unit 101 Cape May Sandpiper Beach Condo Resort Fabulous 2 bedroom 2 bath beachfront condo. Ocean view first floor unit being sold furnished with a great rental history. Access to pool, fitness center, game roomclub room, GAIL WILSEY-MORRISON saunas. Assigned parking. $845,900

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


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

810 MAYFLOWER AVENUE, COLD SPRING Large 4BR/2BA home on an extra-large corner lot (147x100) South of the Canal. Each floor has 2BR/1BA, living area and full kitchen -- perfect for a large family or visitors. Sit on your deck and enjoy being surrounded by nature or take a walk to the Bird Sanctuary. Room to expand, furnishings included, excellent rental history. $549,000. RENTAL: 18 Jackson, #4, CM 2 BR/1 BA, Sleeps 6. Jersey Cape Realty, Inc. 609-884-5800 www.JerseyCapeRealty.com

131 SHELL LANE, COLD SPRING The closest adult community to Cape May. This 2 BR, 1 BA modular home has a living room with open eat in kitchen and an attached 3 season room. The land rent is $477 a month. You have a quarterly water bill of approx. $70. and will have a electric, natural gas and cable bill. Pet friendly park, close to town and beaches and being sold fully furnished. Coastline Realty 941 Columbia Avenue 609-884-5005 coastlinerealty.com

1239 LAFAYETTE STREET, CAPE MAY Well built, sturdy home with 3BR/1BA, living room, and eatin kitchen on one level over a full basement. Lot is recently re-subdivided. Possibility to expand, renovate or tear down and build new. $469,000. RENTAL: 507 Philadelphia., CM 3 BR/2 BA, Sleeps 7, Pet friendly. Jersey Cape Realty, Inc. 609-884-5800 www.JerseyCapeRealty.com

701 BEACH DRIVE, NORTH CAPE MAY FOR SALE! Bay front 6 BR/4.5 BA home. Level 1 includes living space with wet bar, 4 BR, 2 full BA’s, laundry room and pantry. The 2nd level includes the master suite with water views from the open living, dining and kitchen. Level 3 offers additional living space and BR with en-suite BA. Outback includes an in-ground pool, hot tub, gazebo, outdoor kitchen and full BA. $1,500,000. Stacy Hutchinson deSatnick Real Estate 1001 Lafayette Street Cell: 609-972-6004 deSatnickRealEstate.com

CANYON CLUB, #204 LOWER TOWNSHIP Panoramic view of Cape May Harbor from this beautiful 3BR/2.5BA unit complete with elevator, 1-car attached garage, as well as 3 pools and tennis courts. Located in one of the newest buildings at Canyon Club and being sold fully furnished -- it’s ready to go for this summer! Boats slips available! $875,000. RENTAL: 1205 Beach, #7, CM 3 BR/3 BA, Sleeps 8.

FOR SALE!

103 SHERIDAN DR., ERMA Private wooded lot with 127’ of frontage on a dead end street. $99,900

4 POND CREEK LN., WEST CAPE MAY 5 BR/3.5 BA single family home with custom in-ground pool. $999,000

RGriffin@deSatnickRealEstate.com www.deSatnickRealEstate.com

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

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

Ryan Griffin Salesperson Cell: 609.602.5578 Office: 609.884.1300

FOR SALE!

31 VERMONT AVENUE, VILLAS FOR SALE! Expanded 2 BR/1.5 BA Millman Bungalow offering a spacious den with wood burning fireplace and detached garage. There is a bonus room that could be used as a third bedroom. $124,000.

SOLD!!!

FOR SALE!

FOR SALE!

1500 NEW YORK AVE., 31 VERMONT AVE., CAPE MAY VILLAS Impressive custom Expanded 2 BR/1 BA Millman 6 BR/5.5 BA beach home with Bungalow offering a spacious unobstructed ocean views. den and a detached garage. $2,347,000 $124,000 1001 Lafayette St., Cape May NJ 08204 Todd H. deSatnick / Broker of Record


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9/30: Rylee Dickinson’s Sweet 16 Party At Townbank Fire Hall

Jordan, Bailee

Roy, Susie, Angel

Cynthea, Dan

Harry, Larry, Barry

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

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

CUTE RANCHER

NEARLY AN ACRE OF LAND

36 E. DRUMBED AVENUE VILLAS 2 bedroom, 2 bath rancher with new roof, garage, central a/c, gas fireplace and fenced yard. $220,000

17 DENNIS CREEK DRIVE CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE 3 bedroom, 2 bath on nearly an acre of land with in-ground pool, recently renovated kitchen, master bath and new central AC, plenty of parking. $239,900

NEAR THE BAY

SANDPIPER BEACH CLUB

OVER AN ACRE OF LAND

BEACHFRONT CONDO

108 MALLARD PLACE NORTH CAPE MAY Just 6 blocks to the Delaware Bay, this cute 2 bedroom, 1 bath house has been well maintained and sits on a cul-de-sac in a tidy neighborhood. $182,500

11 BEACH AVENUE, CAPE MAY All the amenities of a 5-star hotel with the convenience of individual ownership. Unit 315, 2 brms, 2 baths top floor oceanfront, best views in the complex. $795,000

7 TAYLOR LANE COLD SPRING Room to roam in this 3,200 sq. ft., 5 brm home on over an acre with 2-car garage, rear deck. South of canal, just minutes from beach and Cape May. $495,000

1205 BEACH AVENUE, CAPE MAY Cape Plaza Condominiums across the street from the beach with ocean view deck; 3 story townhouse with 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, garage, f/p, central vac, central a/c, great rental. $869,000


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1018 Stockton Ave, Cape May

116 Third Avenue, W. Cape May

611 Jonathan Hoffman, Cold Spring

9 Bedrooms | 6 Baths - $1,775,000

6 Bedrooms | 4F/2H Baths - $1,250,000

3 Bedrooms | 2.5 Baths - $341,500

True Cape May Beauty! Totally renovated 4200 sf home just steps from the beach with 3 kitchens & dining areas giving you many options. Excellent rental history.

Walk Everywhere! Charming, beautifully renovated home with an attached cottage in the rear with a private entrance. Sold turn key.

Fantastic Country Home Located near the Canal and featuring updated interior and generous floor plan. Separate building with 2BR/1.5BA.

103 W. Wilde Ave, Villas

Visit Our New Website

902 Ocean Drive, Lower Twp

3 Bedrooms | 1 Bath - $189,500

3 Bedrooms | 2 Baths - $479,900

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Cottage By The Bay Darling cottage with cathedral ceiling, bay window, rear deck, fenced-in yard, and an in-ground pool with deck surround.

SEE WHAT JUST SOLD!

Canyon Club Unit 304 Well cared for condo with beautiful courtyard and water views. Well-equipped kitchen, new flooring in 1st level living space.

904 Benton Avenue, Cape May

506 Coral Ave, Cape May Point

651 Hughes Street, Cape May

3 Bedrooms | 1.5 Baths - $780,000

4 Bedrooms | 3.5 Baths - $1,079,000

5 Bedrooms | 4 Baths - $1,675,000

NEW CONSTRUCTION Over 2700 sf of living space with high-end finishes. Just a short walk to the beach and steps to the lighthouse and Lake Lily.

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.

Fantastic Location! Charming beach cottage close to beach and town. Has detached garage, private back yard and large rear deck.

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

609-884-5800


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

online at www.chrisclemanssir.com

TEXT SIR TO 87778 FOR OUR MOBILE APP

Charming Southern Colonial 9 English Way Cape May Court House | $444,900

Craftsman Cape Cod, Across from the Bay 3400 Shore Drive Cape May Beach | $599,000

Renovated Townhome with Ocean Views 400 E Raleigh Avenue Diamond Beach | $519,000

Historic Victorian Cottage Circa 1876 402 Lincoln Avenue Cape May Point | $1,095,000

Contemporary Ranch Style Home 305 N. Vineyard Court Lower Township | $415,000

Lovely Bayfront Home 601 Delaware Avenue Villas | $825,000

Visit our Facebook page for our weekly Open House Schedule! Christina P. Clemans, Broker of Record ABR, CRS, GRI, PMN, RSPS 609.884.3332


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

902 OCEAN DRIVE, UNIT 302, LOWER TOWNSHIP Corner unit in the Canyon Club Resort Marina. This 3 BR townhouse offers a great room with a private balcony, fireplace, bay window with dining area and a cooks kitchen. 2 guest rooms and a master suite featuring a walk in closet, master BA and a Jacuzzi with harbor views. $499,000.

310 E STOCKTON ROAD, WILDWOOD CREST Duplex that features a 1st floor with an open concrete front porch, foyer, living room, dining room, eat-in kitchen, laundry room, 2 BR’s, den and 2 BA’s. 2nd fl has an open rear deck, eat-in kitchen, living room, 2 BR’s and 2 BA’s. $440,00.

RENTAL: Year Round RentalWildwood Crest. Views of Sunset Lake-2nd Floor APT. 2 BR.

RENTAL: 507 Alexander Ave, CMP- New construction. 4 BR, 3 1/2 BA Gourmet kitchen; patio for outdoor dining. Sleeps 8.

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

902 OCEAN DRIVE UNIT 123, LOWER TOWNSHIP FOR SALE! Canyon Club Resort and Marina! This fully furnished 2 BR/2.5 BA end unit is located in the exclusive penthouse buildings. Level one offers open floor plan with large living room, gas fireplace, dining area, kitchen and deck for entertaining. The second level offers a master suite, additional BR, BA and laundry/storage area with w/d. $550,000.

Coldwell Banker Sol Needles 512 Washington Street 877-248-2684 cbcapemay.com

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

ANDREA MOFFATT BROKER-ASSOCIATE GRI, ABR, SRES, SRS, RENE

609.408.6161

andy@chrisclemanssir.com

317 EAST MAPLE AVENUE , WILDWOOD Beautiful 3 BR, 2 BA condo located 1 block to the Wildwood beach and boardwalk. Sun filled, open concept space with large living, dining, and kitchen areas. Relax on your covered porch with a peek at the beach. Located on the top floor of this renovated 3 story building. Off street parking for 2 cars $254,500. RENTAL: 634 West Drive, West Cape May. 4 BR, 4 BA. Sleeps 8.

1341C OHIO AVENUE, CAPE MAY This meticulously maintained courtside 2 BR Village Green quad offers efficient Natural gas heat, central air, newer vinyl windows, new front door along with an enclosed front screened porch. $323,000 Gail Wilsey Long & Foster Real Estate 501 Lafayette Street 609-602-0405 chrisclemanssir.com

3400 SHORE DRIVE, CAPE MAY BEACH A Craftsman Style Cape Cod with peek views from the upper floor. An open porch, entrance hall and great room with open layout, cook’s kitchen, with center island, dining room, master suite with sitting room, 2nd master BR, 3rd BR, study (4th BR), loft/artist studio, 2 car garage. $599,000. RENTAL: 114 Fernwood, Townbank. 3 BR/2 BA. Sleeps 8. Pet friendly.

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

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

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609.425.7406 ellen_shaw@comcast.net

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Cape May - Sale Listing

Beautifully maintained, one bedroom, one bath Driftwood Condo Just 4 houses to the beach and very close to town. Contact Andrea Moffatt for an appointment. andy@chrisclemanssir.com 609.408.6161

15 Broadway, Unit 11 | $375,000

This home, situated on an 80x88 lot in the desirable beach block of Stockton Place features minimal design in a simple space offering ease of living, and also offers a great blank slate for expansion. The smart layout creates ample privacy, and natural materials serve well in this minimalist beach house. Call to make an appointment!

11-13 Stockton Place Cape May | $875,000

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


PIG AND PIGSKINS WEEKEND FOOTBALL FESTIVITIES

Score big on Sundays at the Rusty Nail with Jimmy’s Smokin’ Pig Roast while watching the game on any of our nine TVs. Kick back with your team, plus game day favorites like wings, nachos and Rusty Nail cones. As the weather starts to cool, stay toasty warm with inside seating near the new fireplace - roaring all weekend long.

SUNDAY LINEUP THROUGH DECEMBER Jimmy’s Smokin’ Pig Roast 1 PM For Kick-Off

Kids Activities 1 PM – 3 PM

Food & Drink Specials at the Bar

LIVE MUSIC | OPEN WEEKENDS THROUGH DECEMBER 31ST 205 BEACH AVENUE 609.884.0017 RUSTYNAILCAPEMAY.COM

WEEKEND HIGHLIGHTS FRIDAY Jimmy’s Famous Fried Chicken Happy Hour Starting at 3 PM at the Bar Music by DJ Tony Steff SATURDAY Prime Rib Dinner Entrée Special Music by Tribe with Don Shaw SUNDAY Jimmy’s Smokin’ Pig Roast Starting at 1 PM

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