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A sprightly sheet full of the sprays of the old ocean ¯ Wednesday, November 10, 2010 ¯ Vol. 8, No. 40 ¯ Cape May, America’s Original Seaside Resort

Mermaid Guild Presents Check To South Jersey FoodBank

Sue Lotozo, Heidi Cummings, Joanne Klineburger, Ellen Shaw and Pat Jackson present their bachelor auction proceeds to Margie Barham Aleksey Moryakov

More Cape May Halloween Pictures


Check Out Our AMAZINGLY USEFUL Guide To What’s Happening In Cape May

It’s The VAMPIRE Issue! Starting on page 38

The St. Barnabas Painters and much more on pages 4-5

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The Almanac THURSDAY November 11 Sunny


High Temperature: 54 Low Temperature: 46 Chance of Rain: 10% Sunrise: 6:38am Sunset: 4:49pm High Tides: 11:28am Low Tides: 4:54am, 5:54pm

FRIDAY November 12 Mainly sunny


High Temperature: 54 Low Temperature: 46 Chance of Rain: 20% Sunrise: 6:39am Sunset: 4:48pm High Tides: 12:07am, 12:22pm Low Tides: 5:50am, 6:47pm

SATURDAY November 13 Mainly sunny


High Temperature: 54 Low Temperature: 48 Chance of Rain: 10% Sunrise: 6:40am Sunset: 4:48pm High Tides: 1:07am, 1:19pm Low Tides: 6:51am, 7:40pm

Inside This Issue «The Coffee Break Page................. Page 12

« The Shopping Guide................... Page 55

«Ramblings From the Editor..........Page 13

«Activity of the Week.................... Page 71

«Food & Drink Guide.................... Page 21

«Health & Beauty Guide................ Page 72

«The Contest Page......................... Page 24

«The Dating Column..................... Page 73

«Jazz Festival Preview................... Page 27

«The Movie Column....................... Page 77

«Spouty Offy................................. Page 35

«Adopt An Animal.........................Page 78

« Customer Service..........................Page 41

«Cape May Crossword.................. Page 83

« The Old Fogey............................. Page 45

« Giving Back To Our Veterans ..... Page 87

« A Cape May Lover....................... Page 49

«Short Story: “Ghost Ship”............ Page 93

«The Answer Lady........................ Page 53

«About Exit Zero........................... Page 103

Come See Us Online Visit our revamped website And be one of our huge and growing army of friends on Facebook, where you can check out beautiful photographs and enter fun contests exitzeropublishing

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TERRY-OKE Friday, November 12


High Temperature: 56 Low Temperature: 48 Chance of Rain: 10% Sunrise: 6:42am Sunset: 4:47pm High Tides: 2:06am, 2:15pm Low Tides: 7:53am, 8:30pm

High Temperature: 56 Low Temperature: 47 Chance of Rain: 20% Sunrise: 6:43am Sunset: 4:46pm High Tides: 3:01am, 3:10pm Low Tides: 8:52am, 9:16pm

Gary Yusko, Mahopac, NY

Full Rack Of Ribs W/ FFs $10.99 • $5.00 Thin Crust Pizza • $5.00 U-peel shrimp



“We had a perfect stay in Cape May and enjoyed stopping in the Exit Zero Store. You guys have a great selection of merchandise and reasonable prices too! Gary loves his Cape May shirt.” – Joanne &


SUNDAY November 14 Mainly sunny

MONDAY November 15 Sunny

Reader Quote Of The Week

Saturday, November 13

5 HOUR JONES Sunday, November 14


HAPPY HOURS Monday thru Thursday • 4-7pm Late Nite Fridays • 9-10:30pm 1/2 PRICE DRINKS!

25 Cent Wings & 1/2 Price Cheesesteaks Tuesday, November 17


$2 Miller Lite - $2 Ugly Mug Summer Brews

OPEN 7 DAYS 11AM-2AM YEAR ROUND! (609) 884-3459 • 426 Washington Street Mall, Cape May

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John Weber, Stephanie Yeager

Kate Chew

Bill Griffin, Carl Johnson



WE HAVE A LARGE GLUTEN FREE MENU AVAILABLE! SUNDAY FOOTBALL SPECIAL $2.99 Cuban Pulled Pork Sandwiches Every Sunday 12-6pm at the bar



Award Winning Lunch & Dinners!

Lunch • Dinner Thin Crust Brick-Oven Pizza

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


Thursday 11/11

Friday 11/12

Saturday 11/13

Sluice Creek Gallery After an exciting spring debut, the Cape May Bird Observatory’s Sluice Creek Gallery will open another group exhibit this fall, A Bayshore View, celebrating the southern New Jersey wetlands with regional folk art, wood carving, pottery, paintings, and photography. During the holiday season, the multi-media show will be augmented with presentations and sales of folk art decoys. Sluice Creek Gallery hours at CMBO’s Center for Research and Education are 9:30am-4:30pm every Tuesday through Saturday. For additional information, please contact Susan Zipper at (609) 861-0700.

World War II Lookout Tower The Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts has worked diligently to restore this building to its former state, including the installation of a spiral staircase so that visitors can safely scale the structure and enjoy a view shared by servicemen in during the war years. Visiting the tower is a great opportunity to learn about the integral role Cape May played in our nation’s defense during WWII. Not only that, it’s a particularly mindful way to spend an afternoon on Veterans Day. The tower is open from noon-3pm, and is located on Sunset Boulevard, to the left just before Sunset Beach. Admission is $5. For more information, call the MAC at (609) 884-5404. Cabanas Are You Smarter than a bartender? 9pm Hemingway’s Half-price martinis and jazz Jackson Mountain Cafe Happy Hour, 3-6pm Merion Inn Jazz Trio Pilot House Jay Bethel, 8pm

Taeko at Carney’s Other Room In her first performance with the Cape May Jazz Festival, Japanese singer Taeko Fukao will deliver a set of jazz standards and hits from her newest album Voice, which has been described as “a vibrant patchwork of styles” influenced by Taeko’s youth in Kyoto, Japan, and female jazz vocalists like Ella Fitzgerald and Anita Baker. Here’s your chance to kick back in Carney’s Other Room and enjoy some cool entertainment. The event runs from 9-1am, and a $55 all-night Friday pass allows you to enjoy this performance, as well as the Terrell Stafford Quintet at Victorian Gardens, Umar Raheem and the New York Connection at Carney’s Main Room and the Johnny Hirsch Blues Band at Cabanas. For more information, consult our jazz festival write-up on page 27, and call (609) 884-7277 for tickets and reservations. Cabanas Jonny Hirsch Blues Band, 9pm Blue Pig Kate Delany, 6-9pm Cape May Winery Gourmet Cheese Fridays, 5-7pm Hemingway’s DJ Jeff Walden, 9pm-closing Jackson Mountain Cafe Happy Hour, 3-6pm Mad Batter Minas Martini Beach Keith Rippey Merion Inn George Mesterhazy Pilot House Open Mic Night, 9pm Ugly Mug Stellar Mojo

Paranormal Pursuits From 5:307:30pm, Historic Cold Spring Village gets ghostly as a variety of local and regional paranormal investigators and psychic mediums set up shop in many of the historic buildings. The Cape Atlantic Paranormal Research Society will exhibit their equipment and George Kurtz will display a photo collection of images from prior investigations of historic sites. Psychic mediums will discuss their gift and how it is used to connect to the other side. There will also be demonstrations of divining rods, which are used to detect various levels of energy fields, a technique often used in spiritual investigations. The Ghostbusters have nothing on these folks. Tickets are limited and cost $20. Call (609) 898-2300, ext. 18 for more information. Axelsson’s Blue Claw George Karavan Cabanas Tom Larson Blues Band, 1pm. Chris Bergson, 9pm Ebbitt Room Paul Sotille Jr, 6:30pm Hemingway’s DJ Ronnie B dance party from 9pm-closing Mad Batter Robin and Amy Merion Inn George Mesterhazy Martini Beach Mark Sganga Trio Ugly Mug 5 Hour Jones

Cabanas Free pool and beer pong Hemingway’s Country music and half-price specialty drinks at the bar. Jackson Mountain Cafe Happy Hour, 3-6pm Pilot House Family Friendly Trivia Night, 7pm Ugly Mug Terry-Oke!

Hear jazz singer Taeko in Carney’s Other Room on Friday night.


Monday 11/15

Tuesday 11/16

Coming Up...

Second Sunday Gallery Walk Six local art galleries join together to host this walk between 1–5pm. Tour Cape May’s finest galleries, featuring many local artists and artisans. Start at the Artists’ Cooperative Gallery inside the West End Garage, then move to Spirit Catcher Photography. SOMA NewArt Gallery will present an exhibit by The St. Barnabas Painters. Next visit Splash Whales Tale Gallery, then the Gail Pierson Gallery shows Nancy Tankersley’s exhibit, “People at Work”. End your walk at the Mad Batter Restaurant with watercolors by Maria Natale, mosaics by Pam, Robyn and Melanie Huber in The Gallery Room. The walk conveniently ends during happy hour, where guests can enjoy half-price drinks from 4-6.

St Barnabas Art Group SOMA NewArt Gallery hosts this exhibition of twelve regional artists, all affiliated with an artists’ group led by the late Father William Shelton of St. Barnabas Church in Villas, who began giving lessons in 1961. Featuring subjects ranging from still life to landscapes, there’s something here to please everyone. The gallery is open from 10-6pm Thursday through Monday in the Carpenters Square Mall. Call (609) 898-7488 for more information. Cabanas Wing Night featuring 35 cent wings, $2 Bud & Bud Lights, NFL, Fun. Hemingway’s Margaritaville Mondays featuring half-price margaritas and island music Jackson Mountain Cafe Happy Hour, 3-6pm Pilot House Complimentary bar snacks during Monday Night Football

Art Exhibits at the Mad Batter Start off with a delicious breakfast at the Mad Batter Restaurant at 19 Jackson Street. Once your appetite’s been sated, stroll through the space to enjoy watercolors by Maria Natale in the dining room, mosaics by “Sisters Art” artists Marta Kulkowitz and Pam, Robyn and Melanie Huber in The Gallery Room, and Janet Payne’s block prints and photography by Tina Giaimo in the Terrace Garden. Nothing like a delicious breakfast with some fine art for dessert! For reservations, call (609) 884-5970, and get there early, because breakfast ends at 11:30am. Back Corner Cafe Open Mic Night, 7pm Jackson Mountain Cafe Happy Hour, 3-6pm Ugly Mug Terrible Tuesday with DJ Jon K Did we miss anything? Call our global headquarters at (609) 7708479, fax us at (609) 770-8481 or email

Community Messiah Sing Along On November 26, the Cape Island Baptist Church will host their 23rd annual performance of Handel’s Messiah – trust us folks, there’s a lot more to it than the Hallelujah chorus. The public is invited to attend and/or sing along with the volunteer chorus. Choral and instrumental music is available to borrow or purchase, and the free performance will be followed by a reception. Those who wish to participate can also attend a rehearsal scheduled for November 19. Call Ruth Fritsch at (609) 8865862 for details.

Evensong Prayer The Episcopal Church of the Advent will host a traditional choral evensong service at 4pm. The service presents a traditional set of prayers and scripture lessons set to music and sung by choir and congregation – this particular service employs chants and prayers that have been in the Anglican tradition since the 16th century. Guests of any background are welcome. The service will conclude with a reception in the Parish Hall.

Animal Outreach Jazz Brunch Join jazz lovers (and animal lovers) from across Cape May County as they enjoy a southern-style brunch and cool jazz at the Merion Inn. It’s all to help local no-kill animal foster/adoption service, Animal Outreach. The program will be Sunday, November 21, 2010 from 10:30am-1pm.

Cabanas Super Jam, 1-4pm C-View $6.50 Bucket of Lites, $2.50 Yeunglings, 50 cent Wings during all Eagles, New York and Pittsburgh Games Hemingway’s NFL Sunday Ticket Jackson Mountain Cafe Happy Hour, 3-6pm Lucky Bones $2.99 Pulled pork sandwiches from 12-6pm Merion Inn George Mesterhazy Pilot House Complimentary bar snacks during football games Rio Station NFL Food and Drink Ugly Mug NFL games on bigscreen TVs, with 25-cent wings and half-price cheesesteaks.

Fury Feraco’s “Higbees Beach Dune” is on display at SOMA NewArt Gallery this week.

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Tuesday, October 12: Manager Appreciation Party For Cape Resorts PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV



Terry Anstead, Jeanni Seetoo, Julie Yeager, Eric Greenberg, Patrick Logue

Served with French fries or baked potato & coleslaw


CONCH CHOWDER ..... $5.50/pint



FRIED OYSTER PLATTER Served with Mac & Cheese and Stewed Tomatoes


Andrew, Jenn, Colette

Broiled or fried FLOUNDER PLATTER Served with Baked Potato or French Fries & Coleslaw


Fisherman’s Wharf ª Cape May

609-884-3064 Call Ahead & We’ll Have It Waiting For You!

Sasha, Denis Zaitsev, Colette Jones

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Brigit Barndt, Dave Chanudit




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





Bucket of Lite's $6.50 • Yeungs $2.50 • Wings 50¢ each

1/2 Rack - $8.50

TAVERN PIZZA NIGHT $3.50 Small Pizzas $5.50 Large Pizzas Wednesdays

OUR INFAMOUS WING NIGHT! starting at 3pm

Eagles Games...

This weekend as a Courtesy to our opponents.... New York Games and Pittsburgh games as well! Game times only! NFL Ticket... 8 HDTV's ... Great place to watch the games!


Best Wings & Great Specials 

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

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Seaside Cheese Co.

Tuesday, October 12: Manager Appreciation Party For Cape Resorts PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV


This cows milk cheese from The Netherlands is named after the famous Dutch painter. It is a gouda cheese that is aged 1 year and has a deep rich taste profile reminiscent of butterscotch, burnt and aged whiskey

Jenna Andrews, Natalija, Sasha



BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER Open Friday & Saturday 7am-9pm & Sunday 7am-8pm

Dave Peck, Sandy Montano, Patrick Bader

We have great soups, desserts, seafood & sautéed specials!

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


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Serving Dinner from 5:30pm Thursday, Friday & Saturday

Sam, Krista, Daniella

Beach Avenue & Howard Street at the Hotel Macomber

(609) 884 8811 Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot Syrah Chardonnay Blush Port

Get an Early Start on the Holidays & Visit Our Gift Shop!

Frank, Julie, Rick

Tasting Room - Open Daily 12-5pm Winery Tours - Saturdays at 3pm

GOURMET CHEESE FRIDAYS The winery will be pairing cheese with their award-winning wines from 5-7pm in our new tasting room!

711 Townbank Road, North Cape May Kristine, Judy, Sam

(609) 884-1169 •

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Wednesday, November 10, 2010 Serving Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

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Eat In/Take Out


Catering for Any Event! Open at 7am

Featuring Delicious Seafood Specials & The Depot’s Signature Soups... changing daily. BEGIN YOUR HOLIDAY PARTY PLANNING WITH THE DEPOT!!!

We are now booking events and preparing party trays for the upcoming holiday season. PLAN YOUR THANKSGIVING DINNER WITH US! We will be preparing full thanksgiving dinners with all the trimmings. Call us for details and to make arrangements.

John, Darryl, Audrey

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

NOW SELLING OUR POPULAR BLENDS “BY THE BAG!” Now Offering lunch time local delivery service

“Gluten Free” Bagels and Bread!


OPEN MIC NITE! Tuesday Nights from 7pm

Wes, Jen, JD

609-886-2323 3860 Bayshore Road North Cape May, NJ 08204 (North Cape May Shopping Center - The “Old Bayshore 8”)

Specialty Coffee Drinks • Teas • Smoothies Breakfast Bagels • Wraps • Bakery Items Sandwiches • Soups • Salads Daily Specials


Mike Kiry, Anthony Micari, Colm O’Brien, Brad Henderson

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$5 Drink & Food Specials Are You Smarter Than A Bartender? (7pm) Bar Trivia Game Win $50 Cash Prize

Chelsea security team

Cabanas Hosts Cape May Jazz Festival For Tickets & info


Jonny Hirsch Blues Band (9pm)


Tom Larson Blues Band (1pm) Chris Bergson (9pm)


Colm O’Brien, Stephanie Yeager, Brad Henderson

Super Jam (1-4pm) With 7 HDTV’s you won’t miss a minute of the NFL action! $2 Bud and Bud Lights during all games


Wing Night! 35¢ wings! $2 Bud and Bud Lights!

Now booking Holiday parties (609) 884-4800 At the corner of Beach Ave. & Decatur St. Curtis Sachs, Curtis Bashaw, Justin Mogavero

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The Police Blotter

Every week we feature quirky police reports from small towns across America. Found on the website RIO GRANDE, NM: A caller said a man was asleep in a car, but he was stepping on the gas while Chihuahuas escaped from his car. Police found the intoxicated man running around the park chasing his Chihuahuas. – Rio Grande Sun

Learn Russian With Tanya

YOU probably couldn’t throw a stone in Cape May without hitting an Eastern European person, though we would condemn such an act. We at Exit Zero warmly embrace our Commie Cousins (we’re joking!) and offer a weekly lesson to help you communicate. Please note – the “Russian” we are printing is just our phonetic interpretation. Is it true that the legend of Dracula originated in a town in Romania? Eto pravda, chto legenda o Drakule proishodit iz gorodka v Rumynii? Here is how your Russian-speaking friend is likely to respond: Da, no v detstve ia dumala, chto on iz Pensilvanii. Which translates to: Yes, but when I was little I thought he was from Pennsylvania. –Tanya Zotava

Weird Word Of The Week

Pyknic Nope, this word has nothing to do with blankets baskets and eating on the grass. It refers toa short and fat body type.

A Story From The Past

Don Pocher

THIS extremely rare picture of Jackson Street was taken prior to the 1878 fire that leveled the block. From left to right is Mrs J. Fenlin’s Cottage by the Sea, W. Mason’s Merchants Hotel and J. Leaming’s “Bowling Saloon”. Today Mrs Fenlin’s property is home to the Saltwood House, the Merchants property was split in half with the Puffin on one side and a private home owned by Jim and Laura Zeitler on the other, and the Prince Edward Inn has replaced the Bowling Saloon. – Ben Miller

Facebook Mystery Contest

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

Random Fact Of The Week

ALLEGATIONS of vampire attacks swept through the African country of Malawi during late 2002 and early 2003, with mobs stoning one individual to death and attacking at least four others, including Governor Eric Chiwaya.

Fortune Cookie Of The Week J What you will discover will be yourself. J ONCE a week, the folks at Exit Zero eat at Cape Orient, the island’s fine Asian restaurant. Sometimes we find pearls of wisdom at the end of our meal. And sometimes we don’t. The above fortune cookie was eaten with a crunchy, spicy tuna roll, spare ribs and red curry chicken. Please note: Any typos are not ours, but those of the fortune cookie manufacturers. We print them as we find them.

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Ramblings From The Editors


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

OMETIMES, common sense does prevail. Witness the decision by Cape May City Council to replace some of the electronic parking meters that have been confounding tourists (AND locals) ever since they were installed four years ago. This column spent much of the summer criticizing the meters, which were a bad idea for so many reasons, and let’s once again list those reasons, because – while we feel the city has made a good decision – the council hasn’t gone far enough: 1. They were introduced specifically so that tourists could pay for parking with credit cards, rather than fish around for quarters. But credit cards failed to work on a very regular basis. Hardly a day went by when we would stroll around town and NOT see a visitor being driven nuts. 2. The signage was abysmal. More often than not, a tourist wouldn’t even know there was a meter system in place. One unexpected parking ticket + one angry tourist = a fair chance of said tourist not returning. 3. Even if you DID by chance see a sign that said you had to pay for parking, your next challenge was figuring out the number of your parking bay. The numbers that were painted on the curb were easily chipped away, often rendered illegible, and sometimes they disappeared altogether. On some of the spaces on Ocean Street you actually have to walk on to the road to see the number, which sounds like a lawsuit waiting to happen. 4. It’s very difficult to read the meter display in sunlight, due to the screen’s ref lective surface.

around 300 of the old meters laying around, so the city wouldn’t have to waste money buying meters. IT HAS always seemed shockingly unfair that the owners of bed and breakfast inns, motels and hotels had to add 14% in various taxes onto their bills, while those who rake in tens of thousands of dollars every summer by renting their condos or private homes paid nothing in taxes. No wonder that, in recent years, B&Bs have either been sold or converted into condos, a trend that is NOT good news for Cape May. So, we’re happy to see that the city is backing the progress of a bill called the Seaside Lodging and Rental District Act, which would level the playing field and apply a total tax of 7% to all of the above. Let’s face it, 14% is a HUGE add-on to any bill and it can only have hurt the motel and hotel business in Cape May, as well as other seaside resorts in New Jersey. And the great news is that, according to calculations made by the Cape May Hotel/Motel Owners Association, Cape May would receive more than $3 million a year as a result of this new tax, and a third of that, by law, would have to be spent on tourism promotion. Right now, a pathetic amount of money (in our opinion) is spent on promoting tourism in Cape May. By contrast, Ocean City had billboards along Route 95 in Philadelphia just before the Walt Whitman bridge into New Jersey. We’re not sure how effective it was, but it’s a potent reminder to potential tourists. ANOTHER thank you is in order for Lucky Bones bartender Bill Miller. The music at Lucky Bones was markedly better this past Saturday, and he assured us that is was all his doing.


5. It’s very difficult to read the meter display in sunlight, due to the screen’s lack of illumination. That’s a LOT of things going wrong with one pesky parking meter. Which is why we urge City Manager Bruce MacLeod and the city council members to replace every single one of these critters. Bruce told city council last week that only 40 of the new meters would be replaced – on streets between Beach Avenue and the mall. Bruce said that the problem with the meters was the lack of signage. “That was due to our nice tree-lined streets,” he added. Um, Bruce... what about the other problems listed above? And were the streets not all nicely tree-lined when the city decided to install the new system? Tree-lined streets aren’t a new phenomenon in Cape May. Bruce also said the city hoped tourists would have become familiar with the new system by now but admitted that “we’ve gone beyond the point” where people would have worked them out. Exactly, Bruce! We’ve gone way beyond that point. So replace the whole damn lot of them. Last year Bruce also told us that the city had


BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER • COCKTAILS Breakfast & Lunch • Thurs. thru Sun. 8am – 3pm Breakfast • Mon., Tues., Wed. 8:30 – 11:30am Dinner Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat., & Mon. (no dinner Sunday, Nov. 14 – private party) CUSTOMER APPRECIATION NIGHTS Thursday, Nov. 11 & Monday, Nov. 15 30% OFF FOOD

Japanese • Sushi • Chinese • Thai Cuisine

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

JAZZ FESTIVAL Live Music - No tickets required! Fri., Nov. 12 – MINAS (Brazilian Jazz) Sat., Nov. 13 – ROBIN & AMY


19 Jackson Street, Cape May 884-5970 •

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Saturday, October 30: Around The Avenues And Alleyways Cape May

Guests waiting for Elaine’s Haunted Mansion Ghost Tour



Reserve Your Private Party for 2010 or 2011 Rehearsal Dinners Reunions Baby Showers Bridal Showers Any Special Occasion

Serving Dinner Friday and Saturday from 5pm Reservations Recommended Gift Certificates Available!

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

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Exit Zero Goes On A Few More Wonderful Vacations PLEASE, TAKE US WITH YOU!

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No w O p en FRI - MON 4 p.m. to 11 pm

 Happy Hour   Lite Fare Menu  Drink & Food Specials 

Rob and Diane Riehl took “EZ” to New York’s Mohonk Mountain House

Watch Your Favorite Sports Teams In Hi Def On Our Flat Screen TV’s

INFO (609) 884-3500

501 Beach Ave  Cape May 1st Floor in the Marquis de Lafayette Hotel

Open Weekends Marla Hill, Carol Allen, Kim Brill and Kim Rubio in Costa Rica

7 Ocean Street (609) 884-5555


Join us for


Sue and Wayne Dilks in Heidelburg, Germany

2-7pm A la Carte Menu OR Family-style Turkey Dinner Call for Reservations

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Exit Zero Enjoys The Wonders Of Disney World

Walt Disney and Minnie Mouse enjoy “Exit Zero”

Sunshine and Herb Lewis


Definitely not just your grandmother’s tearoom! Sure, you’ll find tasty tea sandwiches, freshly-baked scones and teabreads served with clotted cream, and that traditional, elegant service that you associate with fine dining. But there is so much more to The Carriage House. In addition to our traditional Tea Luncheon and Afternoon Tea, The Carriage House offers hearty fare from the café menu, plus homemade soups, and hearty wholesome entrée salads that fill you up while still letting you feel virtuous for eating a salad.

So try it today, and bring grandmom along, too…. She’ll love you for it!

Here’s more to like....

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NEW CAFE MENU... Quiche of the Day • Wraps Panini of the Day • Entrée Salads


For reservations ... 609-884-5111

Carriage House at the Physick Estate

1048 Washington St., Cape May, NJ • 609-884-5404 Operated by the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC)


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Students Talk With Actors Of Cape May Stage’s “Topdog/Underdog” PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV

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Oyster Bay Steak & Seafood Restaurant



Fresh Fresh seafood seafood • • Tasty Tasty steaks steaks Copper-top Copper-top bar bar • • Free Free parking parking Jed Reynolds, Roy Steinberg, Stephen Rider

Bottle and draft beer

615 Lafayette St., Cape May 609-884-2111

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The Friendly Team Of Homestead Realty


Uncle Bill’s and



Serving Dinner from 5pm on Friday & Saturday EARLY DINNER SPECIALS • 5-6pm • $21.95 1/2 PRICE RAW BAR ITEMS • 5-6pm in the Pub Only Sports TV in The Clipper Ship Pub

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


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Friday, October 22: Volunteers In Medicine Honor Doctor Dierkes

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OPEN MIC NIGHT Hosted by Barry Fridays @ 9pm


Rich Papperman, Crys Papperman, Marilyn Sweeney, Micki Goldberg

“Best Lunch” - NJ Monthly Magazine 2010 LUNCH & DINNER SEAFOOD • STEAKS COCKTAILS • KIDS MENU TIJUANA TUESDAYS $1.50 Tacos and Burritos and more 4pm-closing

CUSTOMER APPRECIATION WEDNESDAYS Jay and Beth Ford, Mona and Jack Taylor

Early Bird Dinners • 4pm-closing Family Friendly Trivia 7pm

1/2 PRICE APPETIZER THURSDAY All Apps are 1/2 Price • 6pm-closing Live Music with Jay Bethel 8pm


(609) (609) 884-7040 884-3449

128 sunset blvd., cape WASHINGTON STREETwest MALL, CAPEmay MAY Judy Love, Ron Goldstein, David Perry, Bill Weisberg, Sue Weisberg

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Washington Inn’s

Friday, October 22: Volunteers In Medicine Honor Doctor Dierkes PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV

the wine bar

Rita Marrie Palginito, Troy Ferus

the wine bar OPEN every Friday & Saturday @ 5:00 PM dinner & small plate menu Make your Thanksgiving Dinner Reservations today... SERVING DINNER 1-7 PM Ask about Thanksgiving Dinner to Go! Call 609.884.5697 for details.

Deb Baehser, Kelly Coulter, Lisa and John Nichols

the wine bar 801 Washington Street Cape May, NJ 08204

609-884-5697 reservations accepted

ALL OYSTERS ONLY $1.00 NIGHTLY 5-7pm in the wine bar Mary Millar, Fran and Bill Davis, Maryanne Alfons

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

Meals served

Price range of entrées

Bar or BYOB?

Should I book?

Food for kids?

L, D

$10-$30 Cards: V, MC, AE, D




B, L, D

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




B, L

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




A CA MIA 524 Washington Street Mall (609) 884-6661

A lovely little spot on the Washington Street Mall. Fine food, excellent service and great people-watching.

ALEATHEA’S 7 Ocean Street, (609) 884-5555, Ext. 226

This fine restaurant offers superb food in a graceful setting, an elegant bar, and dining with ocean views.

AVALON COFFEE 7 Gurney Street (609) 898-8088

Superior coffee that’s always fresh, and healthy food that’s perfect for both breakfast and lunch.

AXELSSON’S BLUE CLAW 991 Ocean Drive, (609) 884-5878

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


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




BACK CORNER CAFÉ 3860 Bayshore Road, North Cape May (609) 886-2323

A brand-new joint at the rear of the building that formerly housed Bayshore 8 cinema. Tasty snacks and drinks.


$3-$9 Cards: V, MC, D




BACKSTREET 600 Park Boulevard (609) 884-7660

Downhome cooking and a really friendly, laidback vibe in this gem of a place, just a few minutes from Cape May.


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




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

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

B, L, D

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




THE BLACK DUCK 1 Sunset Boulevard, (609) 898-0100

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


$15-$28 Cards: V, MC




THE BLUE PIG TAVERN 251 Beach Avenue, (609) 884-8422

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

B, L, D

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




CABANAS 429 Beach Avenue, (609) 884-4800

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


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




CAPE MAY BAKERS 482 West Perry Street (609) 884-7454

Whether you want to start your day with a treat, or want goodies for a picnic or pick-meup, this is the place to go!






CAPE MAY WINERY 711 Townbank Rd., (609) 884-1169

This beautiful winery is open daily from 12-6pm. Make a reservation to tour the winery daily at 3pm.


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




CAPE ORIENT 315 Ocean Street, (609) 898-0088

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


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




THE CARRIAGE HOUSE at the Emlen Physick Estate 1048 Washington Street (609) 884-5111

The Carriage House offers everything from hearty wraps, salads, quiche and paninis to classic teas.


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





Onsite parking

Handicap accessible

Takeout available

Other details

Dog-friendly patio

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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

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Sue Sheppard, Jerry Thornton, Troy Ferus

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Cathy Calise, Debbie Piper, Becky James

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

Meals served

Price range of entrées

Bar or BYOB?

Should I book?

Food for kids?
















COPPER FISH 416 Broadway West Cape May (609) 898-1555

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


CUCINA ROSA 301 Washington Street Mall (609) 898-9800

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


C-VIEW INN Texas Avenue & Washington Cape May (609) 884-4712

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

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

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

THE EBBITT ROOM 25 Jackson Street, (609) 884-5700

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


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

Excellent downhome Italian food, reasonably priced and great for a family dinner. Try their early birds special!


$12-$28 V, MC




HARBOR VIEW 954 Ocean Drive (609) 884-5444

A Key West vibe, great views of the harbor, good food and regular entertainment. Come spend the afternoon or night.

B, L, D

$6-$30 V, MC




HAWK HAVEN VINEYARD 600 S. Railroad Avenue Rio Grande (609) 846-7347

Every Friday night in the winter the Wine Bar and Barrel Room is open. A fun, well-run vineyard.


V, MC, AE, D




HEMINGWAY’S 1045 Beach Avenue (609) 884-5611

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

B, L, D

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




HIGHER GROUNDS 479 W. Perry Street (609) 884-1131

Great coffee, home-baked treats, and lots of healthy food options. A cozy, friendly corner spot. Try it!

B, L





THE LOBSTER HOUSE Fisherman’s Wharf, (609) 884-8296

Take-out, fish market, restaurant, raw bar, breakfast diner... The Lobster House has it all.

B, L, D

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




LUCKY BONES 1200 Route 109, (609) 884-BONE (2663)

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

L, D

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


For tables of eight or more


MAD BATTER 19 Jackson Street (609) 884-5970

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

B, L, D

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





Onsite parking

L, D

B, L, D

Handicap accessible

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

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

$4-$18 V, MC


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

Takeout available

Other details

Dog-friendly patio

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Friday, October 22: Volunteers In Medicine Honor Doctor Dierkes

Judy Love, Laurie Johnson

Nina Dierkes, Vivien Dierkes

MaryAnn Salasin, Marlene Catanoso


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

Meals served

Price range of entrées

Bar or BYOB?

Should I book?

Food for kids?

MARTINI BEACH 429 Beach Avenue Cape May (609) 884-1925

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


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




MERION INN 106 Decatur Street, (609) 884-8363 www.merion

The dim, amber lighting, dark wooden bar, period fittings and classy staff give this place a special ambience.


$18-Market V, MC, AE, D




OCEAN VIEW Beach & Grant Avenues (609) 884-3772

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

B, L, D

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




OYSTER BAY 615 Lafayette Street (609) 884-2111

A lovely dining room, a beautiful copper-top bar and classic, generous dishes are what you’ll find here.


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




PETER SHIELDS 1301 Beach Avenue, (609) 884-9090

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


$22-$39 V, MC, D




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

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

L, D

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




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

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

L, D

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




SEASIDE CHEESE COMPANY 600 Park Blvd., (609) 884-8700

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

L, D

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




TISHA’S 318 Washington Street Mall (609) 884-9119

This local favorite moved from Convention Hall to the mall, at the former site of Stumpo’s. The food is as good as ever!

B, L, D

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




TOMMY’S FOLLY COFFEE 251 Beach Ave, (609) 884-6522

Situated in the lobby of Congress Hall, this shop has great coffee and some lovely to-go breakfast goodies.

B, Café

$2-$5 V, MC, AE, D




THE UGLY MUG 426 Washington Street Mall Cape May (609) 884-3459

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

L, D

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




UNCLE BILL’S PANCAKES Beach Avenue & Perry Street Cape May (609) 884-7199

Reliably-excellent food – there is a reason why people wait a while to eat here... excellent breakfasts and brunches.

B, L





UNION PARK Beach Avenue & Howard (609) 884-8811

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


$18-$35 V, MC, AE




VINCENZO’S LITTLE ITALY II 3704 Bayshore Road North Cape May (609) 889-6610

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

L, D

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




WASHINGTON INN 801 Washington Avenue (609) 884-5697

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


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





Onsite parking

Handicap accessible

Takeout available

Other details

Dog-friendly patio

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Jazz Festivals Puts The ‘Cool’ In Cool Cape May

Sal Riggi, Executive Director of Cape May Jazz Festival, provides a sneak peek of the weekend


ONTRARY to rumors that have been circulating over the past several months, the Cape May Jazz Festival is alive and well. This will become evident on the weekend of November 12-14 when the 34th Cape May Jazz Festival (sponsored by the Bank of America) electrifies the city of Cape May as it has done for the past 17 years. The Cape May Jazz Festival has music for young and old. From straight-ahead jazz, to Latin jazz and blues, from young guns to seasoned masters, this festival’s music appeals to all audiences. The festival will feature several changes: the headliner performances will be held at the Star of the Sea auditorium rather than the LCMR High School Performing Arts Center. While the LCMRPAC is a state of the art facility, the move to the Star of the Sea auditorium keeps all of our patrons in Cape May, where they can enjoy the wonderful shops at the Washington Street Mall, and some of the finest restaurants in the state. Another addition to the Cape May Jazz Festival includes the announcement

Grammy Award nominees Yellowjackets will headline this Friday night.

of a new partnership between the Friends of Cape May Jazz, Inc. and the Stockton College Performing Arts Center. This new partnership presents opportunities in support of our mission to preserve the original American art form we know as jazz. This new partnership ensures a bright and exciting future for the Cape May Jazz festival.

There’s no better way to prepare for this festival than to enjoy a sneak peek preview of the schedule of performances. The festival kicks off on Friday, November 12 with the multi-Grammy Award-winning Yellowjackets. Now in their 25th year, the Yellowjackets continue to expand and redefine musical movements. The Yellowjackets boast a line-up that has produced some unforgettable performances, making them a band that continues to grow. They will be performing at the Star of the Sea auditorium at 8 and 10pm. Other performances taking place Friday night include the Terell Stafford Quintet at the Victorian Gardens at the Marquis de Lafayette at 9 and 10pm. Terell Stafford is a gifted and versatile trumpet player with a voice all his own. His quintet features jazz legends Tim Warfield on sax, Pat Bianchi on organ, Chris Beck on drums, and Daniel Sadownick on percussion. At Carney’s Main Room, Umar Raheem and New York Connection perform three sets from 9pm-1am. A prolific composer,

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Preparing For The Dickens Yuletide Bazaar At First Presbyterian Chruch

Sue Wichterman, Joan Croasdale, Charlotte Jones, Eleanor Scace, Carol Elwell, Barbara Null ready for the November 20 event.






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Jazz Festival ? From Page 27 arranger, and orchestrator, saxophonist Umar Raheem strives to keep his music inspirational, innovative, and in the best classical jazz tradition. In Carney’s Other Room, in her first performance at the Cape May Jazz Festival, Taeko performs three sets from 9pm-1am. A singer with a voice all her own, this native of Japan has assimilated the all-American art form of jazz with astonishing originality. Bearing touches of her many influences, from Ella Fitzgerald to Anita Baker, while remaining distinctly herself, Taeko takes each song she sings and makes it her own. In the mood for some Friday night blues? Then head on over to Cabanas where the Jonny Hirsch Blues Band, performs three sets from 9pm-1am. The 28-year-old singer/ guitarist is often compared to the likes of Jamiroquai, Steely Dan, and Tower of Power. Fusing together elements of rock, funk, jazz, and skat singing with a powerful voice and a dynamic saxophone, Jonny’s music has taken on a genre all of its own. Monnette Sudler’s Ladies Night Out, featuring festival favorite Monnette Sudler, performs two shows, at 8:30pm and 11pm, in Aleathea’s at the historic Inn of Cape May. Combining the electrifying styles of jazz funk

Japanese singer Taeko will perform jazz sets from 9pm-1am in Carney’s Other Room.

and African rhythm, with soulful vocals and enchanting storytelling, this rare jewel of the music industry has performed at concerts and festivals in Europe, Asia, Africa, the Caribbean, and across the United States. On Saturday the festivities continue early in the morning with our famous

Join us Jazz Fest Weekend Fri. Nov. 12: cocktail piano with

Keith Rippey Sat. Nov. 13: award-winning guitar of the Mark Sganga Trio **Great Music, No Cover**


complimentary music workshops held at the Cape May Elementary School and co-sponsored by long-time jazz festival supporters, The Center for Community Arts. The workshops include a beginner’s guitar workshop with Bob DeVos; advanced guitar workshop with Monnette Sudler; and a saxophone workshop with Tim Price. All three workshops are held from 11-12 noon. From noon-1pm a percussion jam for youth and adults will be held with Marc Jacopec and company. Immediately following the workshops you can enjoy the Saturday afternoon jam sessions. In Carney’s Main Room there will be a pre-jam session from 12-12:50pm featuring festival favorite, young Immanuel Wilkins and the Immanuel Wilkins Jazztet. Following the pre-jam session Umar Raheem and New York Connection perform from 1-4pm. Invited guests include Sherry Butler, Henry Hunt, Jeannie Brooks, Winston Byrd, Clifford Buggs, Larry Toft, Tim Price, Jim Fittipaldi, Teddy Royal, Geno White, Bob Devos, Web Thomas, and Mike Dempsey. In Carney’s Other Room the pre-jam session kicks off from 12-12:50pm with Clef Club Satin Dolls All Girls Jazz Band. Following the pre-jam in Carney’s Other

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Jazz Festival ? From Page 29 Room is long-time festival favorite Bill McGrady along with invited guests from 1-4pm. The well-known blues jam takes place with the Tom Larsens Blues Band from 1-4pm. The fun continues Saturday night when Javon Jackson featuring the legendary Les McCann performs two shows at 6:30 and 8:30pm at the Star of the Sea auditorium. Javon Jackson and Les McCann bring an exhilarating mix to the Cape May Jazz Festival. Javon Jackson came into international prominence as a member of Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers. Music legend and pianist Les McCann began his career in the early 1960s when he recorded with his trio for Pacific Jazz Records. In 1969, Atlantic Records released Swiss Movement, which featured political criticism of the Vietnam War. After the success of Swiss Movement, McCann began emphasizing his vocals, becoming an innovator in the soul jazz style. Other performances taking place on Saturday night include Ralph Petersons’s Unity Project featuring Sean Jones and Gary Thomas at Victorian Gardens at the Marquis de Lafayette with two performances at 9 and 11pm. Ralph Peterson made his recording debut with Blue Note Records up-and–coming allstar group Out of the Blue. This dynamic trio is not to be missed. Over at Carney’s Other Room the Bob DeVos Trio will present a sound to die for; rich, full, deep, positive, round and warm. Bob DeVos has been hailed as a master playing with such jazz greats as Ralph Bowen, Freddy Cole, Etta Jones, and Danny Valentin, to name a few. The Bob DeVos Trio plays three sets from 9pm-1am. Looking for some Latin jazz? Then get ready for 3D Ritmo de Vida performing at Carney’s Main Room with three sets from 9pm to 1am. 3D Ritmo de Vida is a Latin dance band led by drummer Michael Tate. The band exudes a Latin tropical mix of funky salsa and Caribbean

Soul with a New York attitude. The bands hot Latin rhythms combined with sizzling vocals will have everyone out of their seats. Still wanting for more blues? Then head back over to Cabanas where the Chris Bergson Blues Band will be rocking the house with three sets from 9pm-1am. Acclaimed New York-based guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter Chris Bergson creates his own blend of rootsy blues and soul. Looking to just chill a little bit with a unique twist? Then head over to the Boiler Room at Congress Hall where vibraphonist Joe Baione will play three sets from 9-1am. Joe Baione has a passion for all things jazz. His energetic performances on the vibes make audiences sit up and notice because of his unique style. The Cape May jazz tradition at Aleathea’s continues with two performances by acclaimed vocalist Demetria Bailey at 8:30 and 11pm. Demetria Bailey has a great presence and connects with her audience like no other performer. Her range of songs cover such standards as Hoagy Carmichael’s “Skylark” and Harold Arlen’s “Stormy Weather” to the ‘50s hit for the Platters, “Only You”, which is given a whole new structure as a solo. Demetria mixes the musical genres throughout her performance with some real surprises. Sunday marks the closing day of this great music festival. The day starts with long-time jazz festival favorites Little Jazz Giants performing the pre-jam at Carney’s Main Room from 12-12:50pm. This young group of musical prodigies continues to wow the audience every year! Another long-time festival favorite, Jordan Williams and the Young Jazz Lions performs the other pre-jam session in Carney’s Other Room at the same time. This highly talented group of “young lions” continues to bring the audience to their feet at every festival. The final super jams of the festival take place from 1-4pm

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Sunday, October 24: Baby Shower For Julie Menz At Aleathea’s PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV

Stephanie Madsen, Jacque Weiss, Joanne Duffy

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Jazz Festival ? From Page 30 with Monnette Sudler Afro Jazz Connection performing in Carney’s Main room; The Budesa Brothers in Carney’s Other Room; and long-time Cape May Jazz Festival friend and audience favorite Alan Weber and Friends electrifies the house in Cabanas. The Sunday super jams are a special time at the close of the Cape May Jazz festival. They are full of energy and surprises. Special invited guests which appear at each venue include, Barbara Walker, Lois Smith, Demetria Bailey, Andre Williams, Jesse Andrus, Rick Tate, Jr., Elliot Levin, Winston Byrd, Michael Ray Blondy, Brent White, David Cole, Tony Vattimo, Charles Beasley, Sammy Jones, Darryl Berge, Omar Hill, and Michael Dempsey. You haven’t fully experienced the Cape May Jazz Festival unless you experience the closing super jam sessions (especially the closing chorus of “When the Saints Go Marching In”). Hold on to your drinks because you just might have a group of musicians marching across the bar! On a special note I just want to make an announcement: THE BYRD IS BACK! Marking his first return to the Cape May Jazz Festival in several years, renowned musician Winston Byrd will be returning and will be

Singer and guitarist Jonny Hirsch and his blues band will play Friday in Cabanas

taking part in our jam sessions. Winston not only is a great musician but a fantastic entertainer and great person. I can assure you that when Winston plays the energy in the room increases ten-fold! Well, there you have it, a complete preview of the 34th Cape May Jazz Festival.

As you can clearly see the Cape May Jazz Festival is indeed ALIVE and WELL! It’s true that the festival has faced challenging times recently with the weakened economy, the lack of a Convention Hall, and the recent reorganization; however, I’m sure you agree that the line-up for this festival is clear evidence that the Cape May Jazz Festival will be around for many years to come. On behalf of the Executive Board I want to thank all of our generous supporters, including the New Jersey State Council of the Arts, our presenting sponsor Bank of America, the Richard Stockton College Performing Arts Center, Barefoot Wines, Sunset Beach Gifts for sponsoring our T-shirts, Carney’s, Cabanas, Martini Beach, Aleathea’s Restaurant at the Inn of Cape May, Victorian Gardens, Jersey Cape Realty for providing our box office space, the City of Cape May, and the many other businesses and people who have continued to support the Friends of Cape May Jazz, Inc., in our mission to preserve this original American art form, and the Cape May Jazz Festival. Because of your support, the goose continues to lay golden eggs and the Cape May Jazz Festival will continue bringing cool sounds and hot licks to a town that truly deserves it. Thank you Cape May! For tickets call (609) 884-7200.

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Spouty-Offy The column where anonymous gasbags have their say!

A Cape May County Thanksgiving Tradition

I DON’T think there any more real vampires because of AIDS... drinking blood is not a good way to prevent it! – Erma ***

Early Birds 1 to 2:30 p.m.

VAMPIRES... aren’t they the guys who call balls or strikes in a baseball game? – Cape May {Spouty Offy Editor’s Note: They are called UMPIRES, not vampires. But I can understand your confusion because they do dress in black and are always hanging out by the catcher’s neck!} *** THIS one vampire used to really bother me so I took him out for a steak, but that did not get rid of him... what gives? – Cape May {Spouty Offy Editor’s Note: You can’t just buy a vampire a steak... you have to drive a STAKE thru his heart to kill him!} *** I THOUGHT you could kill vampires with a silver bullet. – Cape May {Spouty Offy Editor’s Note: Now you are thinking of a werewolf.}

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A BLACK BAT bit me last night and now I can’t see myself in the mirror. Should I be worried? – Erma

*** IS A vampire a bird, a mammal, a human or something altogether different? – Cape May *** VLAD the impaler! – Erma ***

HOW do you know what I am thinking? – Cape May

HOW could someone named Buffy be a vampire slayer? Cape May


*** AT least vampires have some sense of style... you know, wearing that stylish cape and all. – Cape May *** I WANT to watch The Lost Boys again... that was a good movie! – Cape May ***

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{Spouty Offy Editor’s Note: Yes, yes you should be very worried!}

*** I CAN’T believe that Sesame Street has a vampire in it... I don’t care if he can count well or not. – Cape May *** I THINK America needs a political party that lies exactly between Republicans and Democrats... perhaps call them republicrats. - Cape May *** RUSSELL from Swain’s looks like Nosferatu. - Cape May

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CAPE MAY BAKERS Fine pastries • hearth-baked wholegrain breads donuts • decadent desserts and more Daily lunch items including: quiche • stuffed breads pasta salads • soups • veggie tarts and more

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Chart a course for...

Prime Steaks • Sensational Seafood

New Lunch Menu! Available from 12:00 to 3:00, Bring your Friends!

$3 Bowl of Soup or Large Salad

Four different soups, and thee different salads to choose from, soups are also available as a cup for $1.50

$5 Hot Sandwiches Seven options, all served with fries and coleslaw

$6 Over-stuffed Sandwiches Eight choices, all served with lettuce, tomato, chips and coleslaw, on your choice of brioche, white, wheat, rye or kaiser roll. Any over-stuffed sandwich may be ordered as a half sandwich with Unlimited Soup or a Large House Salad for the same price.

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Customer Service


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

HEN I was a little girl, I would daydream about a studio apartment in Manhattan, an igloo in Alaska, and my very own hut in a Polynesian kingdom. I thought I’d learn Spanish in South America. While my friends f lipped through Cosmopolitan, I clipped photos from National Geographic. Don’t get me wrong; I love Cape May. It’s a beautiful place, and I’m proud to call it home, but it’s not exactly a portrait of cultural diversity. Sometimes, a gal finds herself craving a little culture shock. When I was 12, I begged my parents to send me to Peru. They sent me to North Jersey for summer camp instead. I hated it, but reveled in the change of scenery. I was away from home, and that was enough to make up for a few mosquito bites. For someone who’s caught the travel bug, waiting tables in a fancy restaurant can be difficult. Last week, I served a couple in the midst of a three-year long hiatus sailing around the globe. “Take me with you,” I said. They chuckled, until they real-

ized I was serious. “Please,” I said, “I’ll swab the deck! Cook the meals! Amuse you with silly pirate impersonations!” I ended the night ready to quit my job, take what tips I’d earned, and board the next f light to Nepal or Brazil or any place with more culture than this fine little restaurant in this quaint little town. I realized that I have yet to see a Polynesian kingdom, and the only Spanish I’ve learned has come from hanging out with line cooks. “Molly,” Alberto reminds me nightly, “your Spanish is not muy bueno.’” So there I was, fed up with this provincial place and feeling very sorry for myself. Self-righteously mopey, and wanting to

drink away my sorrows, I attended a party with all of my coworkers. Five beers deep, I had an epiphany. What looked like an episode of MTV’s Jersey Shore – 15 of us drinking cheap beer in a hot tub – was more like a meeting of the culinary UN. I work with Ecuadorian cooks, Brazilian chefs, Romanian waitresses, and Bulgarian busboys. On a hectic Saturday night, I hear an array of curse words, in different languages and dialects, coming from all corners of the kitchen, like profane music to my ears. I sit down to a pre-shift meal with bartenders from Latvia, hostesses from the Philippines, dishwashers from Mexico, managers from New York, and pastry chefs from Russia. Were I to leave this fine little restaurant in this quaint little town, I’m not sure I’d ever find this much culture at my fingertips. And that would be a terrible shame, I think. Having the opportunity to connect with so much diversity, to share a beer with people totally unlike myself every now and again, is a good thing. In fact, it’s more than good, I’d say. It’s muy bueno.



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The Old Fogey

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


REMEMBER the first time we had a vampire in Cape May. It happened not long after I had my collection of Fabergé eggs shipped from St Petersburg ahead of the Communists and the cargo vessel arrived off The Point, empty and ragged of sail. I assumed the crew had been lured by the siren sounds of Wildwood and thought nothing of it, dispatching my serving men aboard to remove the cargo. There was a rough, scratched message on the deck, and a lot of dried brown stains and signs of violence. I thought the message read “Umpires,” and assumed there had been a hotly-disputed cricket match on board, that ended, as many do, in violence. Not long after, I was plagued by what I took to be an unseasonal mosquito in the D’Catur manse. Every morning I rose from bed with welts on my neck which I was pressed to conceal with a silk ascot. The Young Albert of the day was grumpy, too, I recall, always barking at shadows. I grew weaker, and had awful dreams, but still didn’t twig: we D’Caturs are made

S T I T C H by


of tough stuff and also, you will recall, I have drank of the Fountain of Youth, and so am really, to all intents and purposes, indestructible, except by… well, enough of those sorts of details, eh? One morning I awoke shading my eyes from the bright light, and realized that I was not in the mood for my usual egg-and-garlic omelette, and when I picked up my silver hand mirror from the bedside table I was horrified to see the headboard BEHIND me, through my own slightly ghostly ref lection,

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plus the handle of the mirror burned like fire. I realized that the twin punctures on my neck were not a mosquito’s work at all. Well, I may be slow on the uptake but I am quick to act, and I sprang from bed and ran to the weapons chest I keep by the loo, in case I am ever surprised whilst on the throne. I rummaged through, discarding pistols and swords. I did not have any stakes but did come across a box of toothpicks and seized them. I was expecting to have a long search in the basement, for surely the fiend was in one of the crates from Russia, but then I heard snoring from under the bed. I crept up and what did I see but, wedged there, a remarkably fat vampire. He had been suckling on my own supernaturally rich blood for weeks and was as fat as a gorged tick. In the event, all I had to do was prick him lightly with a toothpick and the fiend exploded in a shower of entrails and blood, which remarkably and luckily burst into f lame and left little in the way of mess, just ashes and a set of sharp teeth that I have mounted on the wall.

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George Barger, Walt Snyder


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CAPE MAY LINEN OUTLET A Real Outlet Store With Real Outlet Prices!




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Open Every Day in Cape May on The Washington Street Mall & on The Promenade Peg Pirate, Skeleton Man, Snooki, Flapper, Cow Girl

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Confessions Of A Cape May Lover


An enthusiast’s view of America’s Original Seaside Resort... by Meghan Kunz

HAD the pleasure of seeing The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) at the Cape May Stage on Saturday with my husband, following an impromptu decision while strolling through Washington Street Mall. I remembered that tickets could be purchased from the information booth across from Our Lady Star of the Sea and we decided to check out the availability. Oddly enough, there were only two tickets left. After strolling over to Dog Days of Cape May, we took the plunge and bought the tickets. The night had its usual, predictable path. Dinner and drinks at the Mad Batter (pork tenderloin and crab cakes), shopping, enjoying the crisp, autumn air… all a precursor to what ended up being a fabulous event. Although we had tickets, we arrived appropriately early (7:20pm) and huddled outside the playhouse door. Although there was the brief annoyance of being cut in line under the premise of “Gosh, it’s cold. Let’s see if the door is open. Look at that! It is open. Let’s just cut this couple who has

been standing here for 15 minutes. Surely, they won’t mind.” For the record, cutting in any line is a pet peeve of mine. I’m from the traditional mindset of “Wait your turn.” In the end, the line-cutters served a very pleasing purpose — they allowed us to get second-row aisle seats. We were ushered into the impeccable theater and eased into the comfortable seating. We were both unsure what to expect. We’ve had our fair share of exposure to various forms of Shakespeare (I myself love

the Leonardo DiCaprio version of Romeo & Juliet). The house lights dimmed, and the show started. The play condenses 37 plays and 154 sonnets into a two-hour event, during which the audience spent most of its time managing bursts of uncontrollable laughter. The culprits of this outpour of emotion? Three of the best stage actors I’ve ever seen — Mark Irish, Jake Paque, and David Schmittou. The play took serious, dramatic dialogue and recreated hysterical antics. Shakespeare’s most notable comedies were even funnier. Just when we thought the unthinkable was accomplished, the actors performed Hamlet in reverse. That is… reverse dialogue and motion. Brilliant! I also loved how after the show, the actors immediately greeted the audience. This play is a phenomenal way to spend two hours on a Thursday-Sunday evening or Saturday and Sunday afternoon through November 20. The amazing talent and smart dialogue are refreshing and entertaining, and you will be discussing this show long after the curtain has closed.

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Stop By and Try Our Delicious Fresh Roasted Coffee!

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Friday, October 29: Rio Station’s Halloween Bash PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV

Patrick, Mike, Dawn

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Missy, Joe

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The Answer Lady


Wise answers to perplexing questions

HE Answer Lady invites inquiries from gentle readers on all manners of relationship quandaries, matters of the heart, and ethics. If you’d like to send a query, write to Dear Answer Lady Thanksgiving is a couple weeks away and my wife is freaking out. We host both sides of our immediate family and she manages to work herself into a worse tizzy with each passing year. She does a great job with all the cleaning and cooking, so I don’t understand the drama. How do I handle her histrionics? – Tom Turkey Dear Turkey The Answer Lady has perused your letter quite thoroughly, and nowhere do you indicate what, exactly, YOU are doing to ease your wife’s burden. If you are not right there in the trenches with her, either helping to get the house ready – up to and including cleaning the bathroom and running the vacuum – and/or chopping veggies and stuffing a turkey, then you, sir, are barking up the wrong Answer Lady. Here’s

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a crazy idea: call Dustbusterz and arrange for them to get your house in tip-top shape a day or two prior to Turkey Day. Or, unless your wife is a complete and total control freak and will not relinquish whipping up her great-grandmother’s green bean casserole recipe without fail every single year, please give the Washington Inn a call for details about their Thanksgiving Dinner To–Go. There are plenty of people who thrive on drama and adrenaline, and your wife just may be one of them. If she won’t

accept help from anyone, then just get the heck out of her way. But unless you’ve done everything you can think of to make things easier for her, you are not justified in complaining when she acts like a maniac. Dear Answer Lady We just moved our young family to Cape May this past year, and we had a blast over the summer – the kids were at the beach or on the promenade practically every day. They’re in school now, of course, but what the heck do we do with them when they’re not? – Mom & Dad Dear M&D There is always something to do with kids in Cape May, and this time of year is no exception. Check out the Winter Wonderland festivities at Congress Hall, or visit the alpacas at Bay Springs Alpaca Farm (and get a jump start on your holiday shopping). Next week there’s an excellent family-friendly event, Harvest Day, at Hidden Valley Riding Center, which benefits an excellent cause. And don’t forget your local library and the Cape May County Zoo – they’re free and open year-round.

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Tis the season to be thankful and Sunset Beach Gift Shops would like to thank Ms. Gina Lanza and the Cape May Special Services School for taking some time to come clean our beach when so many others will not... THANK YOU!! SUNSET BEACH GIFT SHOPS & GOLF

Friday, October 29: Rio Station’s Halloween Bash PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV

Allan Vermette, Rich Shillingsburg

Dan Spindler, Jackie Moore, Wayne Hall

OPEN DAILY! Sunset Beach, Cape May Point (609) 884-7079 Brittany Triro, Les Grossman, Stephanie Santora

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The Big Exit Zero Guide To Shopping in Cool Cape May

Where Exactly Is The Store Located?

Tell Me A Little About What They Sell At This Place

Credit Cards

Store Hours

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

Right across from Collier’s Liquor Store (which, appropriately, is a big green building).

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

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Open daily 10am-6pm

ANTIQUES EMPORIA 405 West Perry Street Cape May (609) 898-3332

At that funny little intersection where Perry Street bends into West Perry Street.

There is always a great selection of Americana, furniture, costume jewelry, watches, clocks, vintage postcards, magazines, books and more. Pick up some vintage jewelry to finish off an outfit with style.

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MondayFriday 11-4, Saturday 10-5, Sunday 10-4.

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

Down New England Road – the northern tip of the island – on your way to Higbee Beach.

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

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

On Sunset Boulevard, just west of the intersection of Broadway and Sunset.

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

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Open 10-5 closed Wednesdays

CAPE ISLAND HOME & GARDEN 720 Broadway West Cape May (609) 884-4210

Located on Broadway in West Cape May.

Cape Island Home and Garden is the one-stop shop for all your landscaping needs: from potted plants and lawn ornaments to advice on coping with that sandy soil.

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Open Monday thru Sat. 9-5 Sunday 9-3

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

Follow Sunset Boulevard out to Lighthouse Avenue, turn left and the CMBO is on your right.

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

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Open daily 9:30-4:30.

CAPE MAY LINEN OUTLET 110 Park Boulevard West Cape May (609) 884-3630

Right across from CVS on Park Boulevard in West Cape May.

Their hand-picked deals and oldfashioned service keep customers coming back. Your source for everything linen, from aprons and tablecloths to linen by the yard. You’re sure to find it here.

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Open daily 10-6.

CAPE MAY SANDAL SHOPPE 108 Jackson Street Cape May (609) 898-3547

Right off the Washington Street Mall by Happy Baby Boutique and Louisa’s Café.

This is way more than a sandal shop. They have a wide and varied selection of jewelry, bags, T-shirts and fashion accessories. And they stock sandals in every shape, size, and style you could ever possibly hope to find.

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Open weekends.

CAPE MAY WICKER 203 Sunset Boulevard West Cape May (609) 884-1849

On Sunset Boulevard just past the Shell gas station and Chattel House Village.

Wicker furniture has a classic appeal that looks good indoors and out, and compliments any aesthetic. If you’re in the market for the best selection of wicker furniture on the island, look no further than Cape May Wicker.

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

On Broadway just before the windowless, brown Verizon building as you leave town.

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

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MondaySaturday 8-5, Sunday 10-4.

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Kate, Bethann

Alyssa, Bob

Lauren Decker, Kim Gipple aka Snooki


100’s of Quality, Handcrafted, U.S. Made Houses, Feeders, Baths, Butterfly, Bat and Purple Martin Houses! Hummingbird Feeders, Yard Art, Rain Chains, Chimes. Solar Lanterns, Soy Candles & More

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Store Hours

CAROLINE BOUTIQUE Carpenter’s Lane Cape May (609) 884-5055

On Carpenter’s Lane between Jackson and Decatur Streets, right behind the mall.

Located in a cute cedar shake cottage, Caroline’s feature beautiful contemporary clothing and accessories. Ask about the great line of Michael Stars T-shirts in great colors and comfortable fabric.


Open daily.

COHWEN’S INK EMPORIUM 1210 Bayshore Road Villas (609) 886-7767

Bayshore Road and East Bates Street in Villas.

Cohwen J. Allen opened Cohwen’s Ink Emporium after 13 years of experience in the field. It is Cape May’s only five-star-rated body art studio. They specialize in freehand custom designs, cover-ups and repairs.

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DESATNICK’S Cape May (609) 884-2545

You can reach DeSatnick’s right in your home by picking up the phone.

This family-owned and operated business offers the final accessory for every room: window treatments. The styles and variety offered by DeSatnick’s is beyond compare.


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

In the illustrious Chattel House Village on Sunset Boulevard, across from the Shell gas station.

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

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FIBER ARTS YARN SHOP 315 Ocean Street Cape May Washington Commons (609) 898-8080

In Celebration Mall, right next to Acme on Ocean Street.

Knitting is quickly proving to be the cool new hobby for every generation. Fiber Arts have the tools and experience to get a novice started and the goods to supply an expert.

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FLYING FISH 130 Park Boulevard West Cape May (609) 884-2760

Right across from CVS on Park Boulevard.

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

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Open daily at 10.

GAIL PIERSON GALLERY 658 Washington Street Cape May (609) 884-2585

On Washington Street across from City Hall.

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


Open daily 10-5. Closed Tuesday and Wednesday.

GOOD SCENTS 327 Carpenter’s Lane Cape May (609) 884-0014

On Carpenter’s Lane at the corner of Jackson Street.

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

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Cool, organic and fun baby clothes. They specialize in hand-crafted and artisanal products made in the beauitful USA.

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

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Image: Sheet Music ©2009 Matt Lively, 18 x18 oil on canvas.

Matt Lively | Floating Room Paintings on exhibit through November 27

Welcome to the Cape May Jazz Festivaland Join us in the Gallery for the exhibition of Matt Lively’s bold and imaginative paintings. Matt Lively is an internationally acclaimed artist, from Richmond VA. Lively’s paintings, drawings and prints are intelligently designed, whimsical and fun. Inspired by everyday objects, Lively transforms the familiar with movement, color and unique personality. In the heart of the historic district, the Gail Pierson Gallery is a fresh take – showcasing the work of artists of varying styles, in a charming downtown setting. The Gallery is open all year and welcomes new artists and art lovers from all over to Cape May.

This holiday season we welcome residents and visitors to a calendar of receptions and events, with opportunities to meet the artists, hear live jazz, enjoy good food. Come to see us and join our mailing list.

The Gail Pierson Gallery is open all year and welcomes new artists and art lovers from all over to Cape May. Winter Hours: Daily 10 am – 5 pm. Closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

HAPPY BABY 106 Jackson Street Cape May (609) 884-5922

Just off the Washington Street Mall on Jackson Street.

HENRY’S FINE JEWELRY 407 Washington Street Mall Cape May (609) 884-0334

Right in the middle of the Washington Street Mall.


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ITALIAN GARDEN 510 Carpenter’s Lane Cape May (609) 884-2300

Just off the Washington Street Mall on Carpenter’s Lane.

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

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KATE’S FLOWER SHOP 600 Park Boulevard West Cape May (609) 884-6181

In West Cape May on Park Boulevard, really close to Seaside Cheese Company.

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

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LOVE THE COOK 404 Washington Street Mall Cape May (609) 884-9292

In the heart of Cape May’s outdoor shopping district, the Washington Street Mall.

More spices, oils, sauces, mustards, herbs, fresh coffees and salad dressing than you can shake a spoon at (they have those too). Among the gadgets are Hot Spots – silicone pads that act as trivets – hot pads and jar openers.

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MARY ANN’S JEWELRY 511 Washington Street Mall Cape May (609) 898-8786

In the heart of Cape May’s outdoor shopping district, the Washington Street Mall.

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

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MISS DEMEANOR 223 Jackson Street Cape May (609) 770-7613

Across from Swain’s Ace Hardware and the store formerly known as Wawa.

A boutique featuring clothing and accessories by up-and-coming designers. And for guys, there’s a great line of T-shirts made of recycled materials

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ORIGINAL FUDGE KITCHEN 513 Washington Street Mall and 728 Beach Avenue Cape May 800-23-FUDGE

On the Washington Street Mall and beachfront on the promenade.

Chances are good you won’t get past the front door without trying a piece of something delicious at this Cape May institution. They now have their delicious pumpkin pie fudge!

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OUT OF THE PAST ANTIQUES 394 Myrtle Avenue Cape May (609) 884-3357

At that funny little intersection where Perry Street bends into West Perry Street.

Lovely surprises everywhere – a tea set from the 1920s, a cylinder from a turn-of-the-century Edison phonograph or a Wallace Nutting hand-colored photograph. Keep coming back because the selection changes.

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PAT JACKSON JEWELERS 414 Bank Street Cape May (609) 884-0323

On Bank Street next to 410 Bank Street restaurant.

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

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PATRICIA RAINEY STUDIOS 1325 Emerson Avenue North Cape May (609) 886-4863

Patricia operates her studio in North Cape May. Call for information on when you can visit.

Patricia is a self-taught artist who paints beautiful oils and watercolors that you’ll see on posters, prints and on postcards all over town. Patricia has painted some of the most inspiring buildings in historic Cape May.


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PINK 33 Perry Street Cape May (609) 898-1113

Inside the Pink House on Perry Street, right across from Congress Hall.

An exciting women’s store brought to you by sisters Jen and Julie, who also run Victorious, located in Congress Hall. You’ll find classy tops, dresses, denim, bottoms, linens, jewelry, handbags and shoes.

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Beach and nautical décor and gifts. Fun one of a kind items, and unique children’s toys.

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STITCH BY STITCH 315 Ocean Street, Unit 9 Washington Commons Cape May (609) 898-9606/866-563-5399

Washington Commons is the collection of stores across Ocean Street from the mall.

Your HQ for Cape May and Victorian cross-stitch and needlework designs. No matter whether you are a novice or an expert, you will find project ideas and supplies to please you. There is also a full-service framing department.

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SUNSET BEACH GIFT SHOPS Sunset Boulevard Cape May Point (609) 884-7079

At the very end of beautiful Sunset Boulevard at Sunset Beach.

Featuring specialty foods, bath and body products, shells, minerals, jewelry, candy, clothing and so much more. Sunset Beach have a great collection of fun Cape May souvenirs that stand out from the crowd of standard gifts.

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SWAIN’S 305 Jackson Street Cape May (609) 884-8578

On Jackson Street just before it runs into West Perry Street.

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

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TEA BY THE SEA 405 West Perry Street Cape May (609) 898-4TEA

At that funny little intersection where Perry Street bends into West Perry Street.

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

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TOMMY’S FOLLY 251 Beach Avenue, Congress Hall Cape May (609) 884-6522

Within the massive yellow building that is Cape May’s historic Congress Hall.

This is not your ordinary gift shop. Tommy’s Folly have everything from paninis and coffee to jewelry, clothing and even a little, blue stuffed pig. Really, you’ll struggle to figure out what they DON’T have.

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VICTORIOUS 251 Beach Avenue, Congress Hall Cape May (609) 898-1777

In Congress Hall and also available in the Pink House on Perry Street.

Victorious have stylish goodies like Hobo handbags, sweet clutches and a wide variety of accessories to choose from. Their specialty is antique wedding bands and engagement rings. A great place to browse.

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WEDDINGS BY THE SEA 139 North Broadway West Cape May (609) 884-7900/866-459-7900

Right on Broadway in West Cape May, they’ll be on your left on your way into town.

If you want to get married in Cape May, visit Weddings by the Sea. They have all the know-how: the ability to help you plan and every accessory you’ll need. Their sand-pouring unity sets are the latest hit at local weddings.

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WEST END GARAGE 484 West Perry Street Cape May (609) 770-8261

Across West Perry Street from CVS.

A hip and classy new addition to shopping on the island, West End Garage has all the feel of an upscale flea market in NY or Philly right in downtown Cape May.

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WHALE’S TALE 312 Washington Street Mall Cape May (609) 884-4808

In the heart of Cape May’s outdoor shopping district, the Washington Street Mall.

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

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ZOO COMPANY 421 Washington Street Mall Cape May (609) 884-8181

In the Centre City Mall on the Washington Street Mall.

For all the young and young-at-heart, this cute toy store is filled with the fluffiest, most colorful stuff you can imagine.

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Image: Puttin’ Food on theTable. 9” x 14” Oil on Panel. © 2010 Nancy Tankersley.

People at Work Paintings by Nancy Tankersley Held over through November 14! The Gail Pierson Gallery presents Nancy Tankersley to Cape May NJ for her first one-woman show in the area. The exhibit, titled “People at Work,” is a colorful and dynamic view of people at their jobs - all kinds of jobs - including some folks at work in Cape May. Preparing for this show, Tankersley visited a few of our very own Cape May establishments, and spent some time in neighboring towns, Philadelphia and Baltimore. The exhibit continues to delight our visitors. We’ve extended through November 14. Don’t miss this one!

The Gail Pierson Gallery is open all year and welcomes new artists and art lovers from all over to Cape May. November Hours: 10am - 5 pm. Weekends 10 am - 7 pm. Closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays.


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Activity Of The Week


A weekly column by Catherine Dugan. This week: Road Trip to Atlantic City

F YOU’RE lucky enough to make Cape May your home base, even for a few days, you never want to leave. But if your friends want to deal you in for a road trip to Atlantic City, you may want to ante up, especially when their ace in the hole is an overnight babysitter. A spontaneous trip to AC is always fun. Take the Garden State Parkway north for an hour or so, and you’ll find yourself in America’s Playground. Atlantic City boasts 11 casinos. Most – the Hilton, Showboat, Tropicana, Caesars, Bally’s, Trump Plaza, and Trump Taj Mahal and Resorts, are located along the boardwalk; follow signs for the marina to find the Borgata, Trump Marina, and Harrah’s. The billboards on the way – or the coupons you got in the mail – will help you choose your destination. Pay five dollars to park and keep the receipt, since you can move your car to another casino without having to pay again. Lean times mean bargains for gamblers (keep your eyes out for the dollar blackjack tables) and non-gamblers alike (look for special spa rates). Weeknights and early

mornings are good times to learn new table games without annoying the more experienced gamblers. Your dealer will advise you to ignore any nasty comments from your tablemates. If they knew it all, they wouldn’t be sitting with you at the five dollar table. You can find quality singers at casino lounges for the price of a cocktail, or visit the House of Blues for some late–night music. If you’re ready to strap on your dancing shoes, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to show

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off your retro dance moves at Boogie Nights or rock out at the Gypsy Bar. There are also plenty of places to eat, from fine dining to snacks, but pay attention to closing times, or you’ll go hungry. The drinks are free on the gaming floor, but you want to keep your wits about you if you leave the casinos, especially after dark. Like all cities, Atlantic City has a crime problem, and the boardwalk is just another city street. Don’t flash your winnings, and keep your game face on. If you’re a fan of HBO’s Boardwalk Empire, you can walk in the footsteps of Nucky Thompson (or his real life counterpart, Enoch Johnson). Much has changed, but you can still see some 1920s touches. The Ritz – Nucky’s home – remains, but is no longer a hotel. Check out the boathouses used by rum runners at Gardner’s Basin. The Atlantic City Historical Museum, on New Jersey Avenue, gives you a taste of the city’s Prohibition era, and you can’t beat the price – free. Roll the dice - take a chance on Atlantic City. Next week: Tea for Two

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The Big Exit Zero Guide To Health And Beauty Treatments

Where Exactly Is The Place Located?

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

Next to the Shell gas station on Sunset Boulevard (across from Exit Zero HQ!).

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ARTIZAN SALON AND SPA 600 Park Boulevard West Cape May (609) 884-4499

In West Cape May on Park Boulevard, which runs parallel to Broadway.

Artizan specializes in Wedding Parties and Special Occasions. They will handle all of your makeup and updos. Trust them to make you look your best when it counts.

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BALANCE PILATES YOGA STUDIO 600 Park Boulevard West Cape May (609) 884-3001

In West Cape May on Park Boulevard, which runs parallel to Broadway.

A fully-equipped studio offering private and small group classes, and Thai Yoga Massage – a relaxing one-hour treatment integrating acupressure and yoga adjustments.

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

In West Cape May on Park Boulevard, which runs parallel to Broadway.

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

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CAPE MAY DAY SPA 607 Jefferson Street Cape May (609) 898-1003

On the corner of Jefferson Street and Columbia Avenue.

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

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CAPE MAY FAMILY DENTAL 3151 Route 9 South Rio Grande (609) 463-8800

On Route 9 in Rio Grande, very close to Walmart.

Their slogan is “caring hands delivering quality care” and it fits. Call to arrange for a routine cleaning or more extensive work. Try the New Patient Package for just $80.

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DR LOUIS J. FELDMAN 741 Washington Street Cape May (609) 884-4260

On Washington Street near the post office right in the heart of Cape May.

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

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DR GOLDSTEIN 600 Park Boulevard West Cape May (609) 884-6080

In West Cape May on Park Boulevard, which runs parallel to Broadway.

Dr Goldstein offers a highly personalized dental experience. He provides all aspects of general dentistry and accepts most insurance plans. Try the take-home Custom Bleaching Trays.

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DR GORNY 937 Columbia Avenue Cape May (609) 898-0800

On Columbia Avenue near the intersection with Madison Avenue.

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

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

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

NORTH BEACH HEALTH CLUB 3860 Bayshore Road (609) 886-4842

In the North Cape May Shopping Center on Bayshore Road.

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

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SEA SPA 251 Beach Avenue in Congress Hall Cape May (609) 884-6543

In Congress Hall, the big yellow, pillared building at the end of the mall.

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

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SHEAR SUNSATIONS 1400 Texas Avenue Cape May (609) 884-3011

On Texas Avenue near the harbor, just across the street from the C-View.

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

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The Dating Column

Stella Dixon’s take on romance at the shore – where the odds are good, but the goods are odd.


ECENTLY, a guy named Marty invited me on his boat. Excited to be on the water with such a gentleman, I wore my prettiest sundress. At sunset, we sat together on the stern. Marty commented on the blue of my eyes. I batted my lashes the best I know how. Then Marty stood up, dropped trou, and peed off the edge. “Hand me a beer, babe?” he said, midstream. As a little girl, whenever I’d put on my plastic tiara and picture riding off into the sunset with my white knight, I never imagined him peeing off the side of our horse. Gentlemen, it seems, are a dying breed. But try explaining this at Thanksgiving dinner or a family reunion, where no one can understand why you haven’t found yourself a “nice boy” yet. I can’t exactly tell Great Aunt Helen that I’ll bring home the first guy who doesn’t whip it out in public, so I keep my mouth shut. I ignore the second cousin who points to her watch, mimicking the finite nature of my biological clock. “Tick-tock,” she says. I’m tempted to launch into a lecture about the modern, self-sufficient woman

who doesn’t need a man to define her, and the vulgarity of twenty-first century dating. But I shovel more potato salad into my mouth and nod politely instead. Eventually, though, I get lonely. I start wondering if my second cousin isn’t right. So what if the men here think burping the alphabet is a marketable skill? Who cares if they honk in the driveway instead of coming to the door? This is a dating desert, and beggars can’t be choosers. Tick-tock.

So I make a vow; I will not spend another day alone. I trade in my cardigan sweater for a slinky pink dress, do three shots of whiskey, and head for Carney’s. I hit the dance floor with the same uninhibited booty shake as the other girls. Soon, I feel a pair of hands on my waist. Even in my whiskey-induced haze, I wonder when men stopped asking women to dance, when they started gyrating behind them instead. The hands belong to a guy who is sweaty and looks like Elmer Fudd, but I put it out of my mind. Tick-tock, I think. Then the song changes from something about hoes in a Range Rover to something about Fergie’s humps. I watch a girl in a mini-skirt dry hump a pole in the corner as men leer at her from behind. I stop dancing. “What’s the problem?” Elmer asks. I think about it for a moment. Life is short, and spending any part of it dancing to songs about humps with a sweaty cartoon seems like an incredible waste of time. “What’s the problem?” he asks again, but I shrug my shoulders and walk away. “Tick-tock,” I say, “tick-tock.”

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“You’re never fully dressed without a smile.”

Saturday, October 30: Halloween Party At Elaine’s Dinner Theatre PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEKSEY MORYAKOV

~ Martin Charnin

Patrick, Shirley, Patrick

Mackenzie Vaughan, Kim Hofstetter, Jillene Zander


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Artizan Salon & Spa Welcomes Lisa, Mary Beth, DeeAnna and Darren (formerly of Lisa Renee’s)

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On all services on Wednesday, Nov 10 & Thursday, Nov. 11 to Veterans and active military to honor their service.

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Holly Knapp, Amanda Holmes

Amanda and Veronica Holmes

Patty Cofer, Andrew Horvath


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The Movie Column

Tom Sims, Director of the Cape May Film Festival, reviews “You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger”


HAT can you say about Woody Allen? You either love him or hate him, right? Well, I’m sort of in between. I judge the veteran director/writer/actor on the value of his work. He has no laurels on which to rest with me. Over the course of his fairly decorated career, he has had some real flops, some genius hits, and a wide range in between. In his latest film, You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger, it is safe to say that if you fall on the “hate him” side of the aforementioned pendulum, it’s best to stay away. This relationship film begins with a typical Allen premise: complicated people in complicated relationships. His character development is nearly always artful, as is his production. In fact, you could say that for a studio film, Allen does consistently maintain an arthouse cinema style. But with Josh Brolin and Anthony Hopkins in lead roles, you could hardly say this was an indie. Now this is the part of my review where I usually offer some summary of the storyline.

Naomi Watts and Josh Brolin in Woody Allen’s latest “complicated relationship” film.

I’ll mention characters, reveal a little of the plot turns, and generally try to give you a sense of the film. Right? Well, let me just sum this film up in one word: kvetching. The Yiddish word that means “to complain, especially chronically.” Despite some interesting plot twists, there was just a lot of complaining in this film. There were some moments of genius (this is Woody Allen, after all) and even some poignant moments,

but overall the film was mundane. So Woody Allen fans will find reason to enjoy this film (but not love it), and those who hate Allen will not even go. Film Festival Wrap-Up: What a blast the Film Festival was! And the fun continues at the Noyes Museum of Art in Oceanville, New Jersey. The Cape May Film Festival is one of those programs that is a state-wide favorite, and Noyes is the first stop on our tour throughout the state. In the upcoming year we’ll visit theaters, art galleries, high schools, and other venues. One of the films we will be showing at the Noyes Museum is the Cape May hit, Someplace Warm, which had its world premiere at the Cape May Film Festival to a packed house who all thought it was fantastic. It turns out John Alvarez, one of the stars of the film, is an alumni of Stockton College, which now runs the Noyes Museum of Art. Join us this Saturday night, November 13, beginning at 6pm with student films. For more information, you can contact us at or call (609) 884-6700.

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


SHAMUS is a cute Labrador mix who is very enthusiastic and can be stubborn at times, but he is a very sweet boy. He loves to play but can be a little rough when doing so, so we recommend a home with older kids. Shamus also loves to be brushed and go for long walks. What Shamus needs now is someone who is confident and firm and will give him the training and affection he needs and deserves. Adoption fee is $95.


BUNNY is a very pretty girl who will need someone who is willing to train her. She gets excited easily and can get jumpy, but only because she’s so happy to see you. She cannot go to a home with children simply because she could knock them over. We believe that she just needs someone to help her reach her potential. If you’re a patient person with a big heart, please consider Bunny. Adoption fee is $95.

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Enrich Your Life... Adopt An Animal

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


CHIPMUNK and his brother, Squirrely, are virtually identical: they’re lively, friendly brown tabbies who are sweet as can be. These two romp and climb, chase each other in circles, and keep each other busy. We’d sure like to see them go home together. However, if you can only take one, Chipmunk’s adoption fee is $70.


CLARA is a bit of a diva. She has the softest gray fur and pretty green eyes, but like other beauties, she tends to be more “high maintenance.” She definitely wants to be the one and only pet, and prefers to be petted when she is in the mood. If you’re looking for a beautiful, reserved cat, Clara would be a perfect fit. Adoption fee is $35.


STEPHANIA, with her gray coloring and stunning green eyes, is like a lost princess. She has a quiet meow and graceful demeanor but is so sad to be here at the Shelter. She’s longing for someone to rescue her and give her a home where she can relax and enjoy some quality time. Won’t you give this pretty girl a home? Adoption fee is $35.

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Turkey Trot THANKSGIVING DAY NOVEMBER 25, 9AM 600 Park Blvd, West Cape May

Last year over 260 people participated as walkers or runners and our goal this year is to surpass 300. Water, bagels and fruit are donated and provided to all. We also are looking for sponsors. A $50 donation received at Cape Fitness by 5pm November 15 will ensure name recognition on the back of the shirt. All participants will receive a shirt of their desired size with a pre-payment of $18. If you choose to pay $20 the day of event we can not guarantee shirt availability. All proceeds benefit the Brendan Borek High Tides Memorial Fund, a pediatric cancer fund.

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The Cape May Crossword

None of that generic nonsense you see in other papers... a puzzle created by us! By Dan Mathers. SO YOU love crosswords? Great. Sit down, get a cup (or glass) of your favorite beverage, relax and enjoy this puzzle. The answers to the crossword are all related to this week’s issue. Our theme this week: vampires. The solution can be found on the front page of our website, ACROSS 1. In this novel and film series vampires don’t burst into flames in the sunlight – rather, they glitter. 4. This author’s novel, Dracula, is considered to be the pre-eminent vampire novel of all time and has been adapted into many films. 8. This 1922 German Expressionist horror film tells the story of the vampire known as Count Orlok. 10. Vampire bats are commonly found feeding on other mammals’ blood in several countries on this continent. 14. Quentin Tarantino wrote this movie and acts alongside George Clooney as two criminals seeking refuge in a vampire bar. 16. This Ancient Egyptian text says that if part of the soul does not receive special offerings it may venture out of the tomb in search of human blood. 18. This children’s television show featured a puppet named Count von Count who loved to … well… count. 19. This 1995 movie follows a grad student in New York as she struggles with life as a

vampire after being bitten by Christopher Walken. 21. This species of the onion family can both ward off vampires and give you some pretty bad breath. 22. This historical region in the central part of Romania is said to be the home of Count Dracula. DOWN 2. This Scientologist plays the role of Lestat in the film version of Interview with the Vampire. 3. This erudite detective is the only character to have appeared in more films than Dracula. 5. Count Dracula was said to be inspired by this ruler of Wallachia, an area that is now modern-day Romania.

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6. This HBO series places vampires in modern-day America after they’re able to reveal their existence due to a synthetic blood compound.

7. In this 1987 movie Corey Haim attempts to save his brother from Kiefer Sutherland and his gang of Southern California vampires. 9. This novel by Stephen King tells the story of a man returning to his hometown to find the residents turning into vampires. 11. Sarah Michelle Gellar played this character, a girl chosen by fate to battle vampires, demons and forces of darkness. 12. This Marvel Comics series was turned into a movie franchise starring Wesley Snipes as a “daywalker.” 13. He was a Dutch doctor, vampire hunter and the arch-enemy of Count Dracula. 15. Kate Beckinsale plays Selene, a beautiful vampire caught in the war against werewolves in this 2005 film. 17. Although vampires are already dead, a wooden stake through this organ should finish them off for good. 20. This word is used as a collective noun to describe a group of vampires who are living together.

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Giving Back To Our Veterans


Cape May hosts events thanking our veterans and active duty members

APE May is doing its part to thank the many men and women who have served our country this Veterans Day by providing a wide variety of events in their honor. President Obama’s recent Veterans Day Proclamation reminds us to “remember our solemn obligations to our veterans, and recommit to upholding the enduring principles that our country lives for, and that our fellow citizens have fought and died for.” To that end, various businesses and organizations in town have assembled special events as a token of thanks to our veterans. Several innkeepers in town have offered veterans a free night’s stay at their establishments on November 10. Mark Kulkowitz of the Mad Batter and Carroll Villa invites veterans to attend a halfprice happy hour from 4-6pm, and then an optional 30% discounted dinner. The hotel is booked for the evening, and each room goes to a veteran for a good night’s rest. The following day guests can enjoy a complimentary breakfast at the Mad Batter.

Veterans from World War II gathered in the Mad Batter a few years ago for a honorary meal. The Mad Batter and Carroll Villa will offer a similar event for all veterans on Wednesday.

Kulkowitz anticipates an event where “guys of all ages, from WWII, Vietnam, the Gulf War, and more” can come together to celebrate the sacrifices they’ve made for their country. Kulkowitz is extending the offer through November 28, when veterans

can stay at the Carroll Villa for half-price on Thursday or Sunday nights. Other inns participating in this nationwide initiative include the Queen Victoria, Victorian Lace and the Mainstay Inn.

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OIN JAZZ LOVERS (and animal lovers!) from across Cape May county as they enjoy a hot southern-style brunch and cool jazz at the Merion Inn. It’s all to help local no-kill animal foster/adoption service, Animal Outreach. George Mesterhazy, Paula Johns and friends will join celebrity bartendars and some of the most compassionate people in Cape May county! Tickets cost $35 and are available by visiting If you want to reserve a spot, call 609-898-1PET (1738).


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Laughter To Warm November’s Chill ADVERTISING FEATURE


PRIL is the cruelest month,” said T.S. Eliot, but the folks at Cape May Stage feel that November can be the cruelest month and, so, they mounted a very funny play suitable for the whole family – The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) plays through November 20th. To celebrate Veterans’ Day, PNC Arts Alive has sponsored a Veterans’ Night on November 11 with special discounts for all veterans and their families. The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) is a three-person parody of all of Shakespeare’s plays in ninety minutes. You don’t need to know a thing about Shakespeare as these improvisational comedians take you on a roller coaster ride that is all mayhem. Cape May Stage brought in a Guest Director who is the Artistic Director of the Colonial Shakespeare Festival. Harland Meltzer is a respected Shakespearean director who is having fun taking a break from the serious stuff to use his vast knowledge in pursuit of a cheap laugh. Artistic Director Roy Steinberg has known Harland Meltzer for decades and has directed at Harland’s theatre on numerous occasions. They both love good actors and Harland has assembled a first rate cast to entertain Cape May Stage audiences. Prepare to laugh yourself silly as this piece makes no pretense of being anything but a good time. PNC Arts Alive has sponsored a Pay What You Can matinee on November 14 at 3pm, so everybody can enjoy these antics. Everybody needs a pick-me-up in November, and this play provides a jolt of adrenaline. Also coming up is the performance on November 19 which will

Top: Come see improv comedians Jake Paque and David Schmittou in a Pay What You Can matinee performance on November 14. Below: Join us for a free reading and book signing of Charles Evered’s “Class” on Sunday, November 14. The play had its world premiere at Cape May Stage. include a sign language interpreter for the deaf community. It is fascinating to watch the American Sign Language interpreter at the side of the stage signing the words of the play (even for hearing audience members). An exciting event is happening this week involving both New York and Cape May. On Friday, November 12 at 2pm, the Drama Book Shop in Manhattan will host a reading and book signing of Class by Charles Evered. Cape May Stage intern Meghan Hoffman (seen in Romantic Fools and Cape May Kids) will join Artistic Director Roy Steinberg in reading excerpts from the play. The author will fly in from California to sign copies of this text, which lists Cape May Stage as having produced the world premiere. The event will be repeated at Cape May Stage on Sunday, November 14 at noon. Both events are free and open to the public. Get out your calendars and find a time

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Veterans Day ? From Page 87 East Lynne Theater Company will combine their annual gala with a Veterans Day celebration in their “Stage Door Canteen” event on Thursday, November 11, at Aleathea’s Restaurant at the Inn of Cape May, 7 Ocean Street. Hor d’oeuvres and a cash bar open at 5:30pm, followed by a sumptuous surf and turf dinner at 6:30. Of course, there will be plenty of entertainment, with scripts culled from the vast collections of plays and films that focus on American soldiers, including What Price Glory about troops in France in 1916, and Home of Brave which follows Americans fighting in the Pacific during WWII. Musical offering include songs from the Civil War through World War II. Tickets are $60. For information, call (609) 884-5898. ELTC also offers free admission for active military members and their families for any of their productions. A newly-formed group, the Friends of the World War II Lookout Tower, will present a screening of John Bailey’s film Fire Control Tower No. 23, (also known as the World War II

Lookout Tower) on Saturday, November 13 from 4-5:30pm at the Cape Island Baptist Church on 115 Gurney Street. Admission is free for members of the group and $5 to the public, though this fee will be waived if visitors join the group. Light refreshments will be served. The WWII Lookout Tower Museum and Memorial pays tribute to the dedicated men and women who have helped preserve our freedom and stands as a reminder of the Cape May area’s important role during the war years. One of the missions of the Friends of the World War II Lookout Towers is to help younger generations develop a greater understanding of the traits of patriotism, loyalty and selfsacrifice so evident in the people of these war years. For more information, call the MidAtlantic Center for the Arts and Humanities at (609) 884-5404. Rounding out the roster of events, Cape May Stage observes Veterans Day on Thursday, November 11 by offering a half-priced evening performance of The Complete Work of William Shakespeare (Abridged) at 8pm to all active duty and veterans at a discounted rate of $15 per ticket.

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Ghost Ship

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HAT the hell do you think it was?” Geoff asked, squint ing through the darkness. They had been reading the journal for some time, and the men took a pause to stretch and crack joints. Jack shook his head. “Not sure, but look here; he made some drawing and I’ll be damned if they don’t look like mini-nuclear reactors.” “By God,” Will said. “I think you’re right.” Geoff jumped in, “Why on Earth would a 1940s fishing boat need nuclear reactors?” It was Farley that answered, “Because that, my friends, was no fishing boat.” Jack turned to him. “Care to explain?” “I’ll try,” Farley replied. “But it’ll mostly be conjecture. Because if it’s the ship I’m thinking of, it’s not even supposed to exist.”

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Ghost Ship ? From Page 93 James stood as if he’d just been shocked. “You don’t think…” “I do,” Farley said. “I think we’ve found our Holy Grail, James.” “Do you have any idea what this will do for our credibility?” “The credibility of the paranormal field as a whole, James.” “The implications are staggering.” “Guys,” Jack interrupted them. “Mind sharing?” Farley took the f loor like a professor lecturing a Paranormal 101 class. “In 1943,” he explained, “the US Department of Defense attempted to weaponize Einstein’s theory of relativity and unified fields, to use it as a means of hiding our warships from enemy radar.” Jack asked, “How so?” Farley answered, “By bending light around the ships to make them invisible from detection by conventional radar. In July they engaged their first tests on a test vessel, the USS Eldredge. Only her captain, a man named Reno, knew of the test.” Will asked, “What happened?” “Well, according to legend, the test went off as planned and worked. Too well,

Page 95 as it turned out. The ship not only became invisible to radar, it became invisible altogether.” “You’re kidding,” Geoff said. Farley ignored him, “Not only that, it is rumored the Eldredge also transported through space and time, arriving in Norfolk, Virginia a full two minutes before the experiment took place in Philadelphia.” “The Philadelphia Experiment,” Jack said. “Precisely. Until now, no one has ever been able to confirm it, but unless I’m mistaken, it is my belief that the derelict vessel the Wrecker was sent to destroy was the USS Eldredge, disguised as a fishing boat.” Will asked, “How did they power the experiment?” Farley answered, “That’s the toughest part to prove. The legend persists that a unified field engine was built, designed by Einstein himself. The schematics, and they’ve been attempted by the most brilliant scientists living today, proved impossible to duplicate. The engine was basically a cold fusion reactor, creating thousands, maybe millions of amps of power using virtually no fuel. It was used to power the experiment but overdrove all the systems; the Philadelphia Navy Yard was inoperable for months afterward. No machin-

Jack touched a finger to his chin. It was hard and cold where the green sparks had touched him. ery would work. No communications were possible. Everything within a thousand yard radius was useless, fried by the energy of the UF engine.” “Are you telling me,” Jack asked, “that somewhere on this ship may be an engine? An engine that needs almost no fuel and produces enough energy to power all three of my piers? I have to have that engine.” “Jack,” Will said, using his big brother voice again. “Have you forgotten where we are? What has happened? To you and the men in that journal?” “We won’t know what happened to the men in the journal until we get to the end. So why don’t we keep reading? What?” As Jack spoke, everyone stared at him, at his face. “What is it?” “Your face…” Geoff answered. Jack touched a finger to his chin. It was hard and cold where the green sparks had touched him. It had gone from gray to gunmetal. The lights glinted off of it.

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Ghost Ship ? From Page 95 His face was turning to steel. Will said, “That’s it, let’s go.” Jack protested, “Just wait, please. There’s only a few pages left in this thing.” “Ten minutes,” Will said firmly and looked at his watch. “Huh, my watch stopped.” “Mine too,” Geoff said. In fact, all their watches had stopped. Their cell phones were dead as well. “The static shock,” Jack assured them. “We’ll be out of here in a few minutes. Don’t go pear-shaped on me now.” Will started, “Jack…” Jack wheeled on him. “I’m not leaving until we figure this out! You want me to leave? You better call the National Guard.” His words echoed brief ly in the metal room. Jack was instantly chagrined by yelling at his brother, but he stood firm. If they wanted him to leave they’d have to carry him out. “Fine,” Will said. Jack turned back to the journal. *** The Wrecker – August 4, 1943 Captain Wilson Fisk sat in the wheel

house of the Wrecker, a cold sweat over his body. He was scared. Not only did the discovery of the strange device aboard the derelict have him ill at ease, but the walk back to the Wrecker had been fraught with strange occurrences. The derelict, at first bereft of any sign of human occupation, now showed ample evidence that it had been populated, that people had lived on it. And died on it. Or worse. One of his crew, a stout Dane, reported seeing a figure walking on the bow, which then f lickered away and disappeared as he approached. Another, this one a battlescarred Russian veteran of the Great War, saw a face in a mirror. A third, a Croat who had allegedly killed a half-dozen men with his bare hands, reported what looked like a human hand, though a human hand crafted of iron, in the derelict’s command deck. And Wilson himself saw what appeared to be a man’s face etched in the steel wall of a long, dark hallway. These were not frightened school children having terrors in the night, these were grown men who’d seen horrors greater than could be conjured in a dream. And they were spooked. And Wilson was spooked. For the first time in his adult life. He now watched

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A few minutes later John reported what Wilson had already known to be true; the engines were dead. Frozen. anxiously as the last of his men cleared the strange ship and boarded the Wrecker. “All clear!” John shouted. “Standby,” Wilson said into the ship’s intercom microphone, only the intercom did not respond. A quick check of the wheelhouse revealed that no electronic equipment was functioning properly, or at all. The compass, affixed to the very front wall of the room, spun in a slow, lazy arc. “Damnit.” John was by his side. “What is it?” “Nothing is working. Go check the engine room, see that we have propulsion. A few minutes later John reported what Wilson had already known to be true; the engines were dead. Frozen. “What will we do?” John asked, sounding much younger that his 22 years. Wilson bit hard on his lip, nearly through it, weighed his options, and said, “Take a crew. Get me that derelict engine.” “But Wilson…” “John, we are 20 miles to sea; we are

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105 W. ST. JOHNS ST., VILLAS Cozy 2 bedroom rancher located close to the Delaware Bay. This home is good for a starter home has an eat-inkitchen, living room, hardwood floors, storage shed and off-street parking. Listed by James McBride for $149,000

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Ghost Ship ? From Page 96 without means of propulsion or communication. That engine might be our only means home. What else do you suggest?” John considered this, then stood tall. “Aye, Captain.” *** As the sun set they were ready. The derelict engine had proved too unwieldy and solidly fashioned to the f loor to move, so the two ships remained tethered by grappling hook and rope. A long series of electric cables, one piggybacked to the next, tied the Wrecker’s engine to that of the derelict. As the work was done, Wilson scribbled into his journal a hasty recollection of the events of the past week. Should anything happen to them, it could serve as a warning to future sailors. “Take this,” he had said and handed the book to John. “Take a man, take a torch, make a hole. Hide it. I don’t want to know where.” “Aye, Captain,” John replied bravely. “And brother,” Wilson said. John looked at him with wet eyes. “All will be well.” John smiled unconvincingly and left. Somehow, Wilson knew it would be the last time he’d ever see his brother alive. Now the work was done and the crew waited at their stations, anxious to fire up the Wrecker’s engines and leave this place. Lonegan, the ship’s engineer, was at the derelict engine with a portable radio, walkietalkies they called them in the service, which were the only working electronic devices. Lonegan figured something in their circuitry protected them from the spark blast. That or the fact they’d been stored in a lead-lined locker. Wilson keyed his, “This is the captain, all ready on this end.” “Aye,” Lonegan replied in his soft Scottish burr. “All ready here, cap’n.”

Wilson turned a key on the control panel, “I am now turning over our engines. Anything?” “No,” Lonegan replied. “She’s hummin’, but I don’t think she’s on. Wait… standby.” “What is it?” “The smaller device, there’s a switch. Should I f lip it, cap’n?” Captain Wilson Fisk took one last look at his crew, thought fondly of his brother and home, and said, “Aye, chief. Flip the switch.” “Flipping the switch.” There was a long pause. “Lonegan?” “Hold, sir, she seems to be powering up. I think she…” CRACK! Both ships exploded in green sparks that rained down and hissed as they hit the water. Wilson looked onto the deck but did not believe what he saw. “Wilson!” a voice shouted. It was John, staggering onto the command deck. Wilson ran to his brother and held him. “I love you, boy.” The Wrecker began to vibrate with increasing ferocity and the sound of screaming metal filled the night sky. Wilson opened his eyes and saw the impossible; his men, his crew, his boat, were multiplying, dividing, disappearing before his eyes. Then they were whole again, then they were not. It was madness and Wilson would have none of it. He sat John down in his chair, kissed his cheek, “Stay here, boy!” He ran to the bow and intended to cross the catwalk to the derelict, but with a loud BOOM the two ships were suddenly drawn together like great magnets. The barrels that had buffered them splintered and exploded into kindling. As Wilson watched, the two ships pressed together, then the two ships began to melt together. “This cannot be…” Slowly, the Wrecker was drawn into the derelict and the two ships began to merge into one. The deck of the derelict

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Ghost Ship ? From Page 98 Artfully uniting extraordinary properties with extraordinary lives.

1318 New Jersey Ave., Cape May 927 Beach Ave., Cape May Expansive Living Area Beachfront Condos in 10 bedrooms, 10 full & 2 half baths “The Sea Mist” $2,495,000. Starting from $790,000.

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was now peopled with men, men in military uniforms, all suffering the same madness as the crew of the Wrecker. “The missing crew…” Wilson said to himself with the realization that the other men who appeared on the deck were the ghostly echoes of whatever unfortunate souls had crewed the derelict ship. “Dear God…” Screams and prayers filled the night as the ships turned further into each other. The ghastly sound of twisting metal joined the screaming voices in a hellish cacophony. Wilson looked down at his hand, tried to find some sort of mortal bearing, but saw only that his fingers had now been absorbed into the steel railing. Or were his fingers absorbing the metal? He prayed, “Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name…” All around the merging ships the seas stood up in a swirling vortex. Fierce winds buffeted the deck and the dark sky grew black as storm clouds gathered. Lightning f lashed and struck the radar tower of the Wrecker. The black sky turned a bruised green and sparks jumped off of every metal surface on both ships. CRACK! Then all was madness again, the men and ships f loating into pieces over here and reassembling, not quite whole, over there. Arms reached out from steel walls. Men fused together in nightmarish, spidery clusters of arms, legs and heads. The unearthly hiss that escaped their throats sent chills up Wilson’s spine. “Hallowed be thy name…” As he felt the coldness of the steel travel up his arm, he tried as best he could to remain calm and prepare for the last few moments of his mortal life. “Wilson,” came a voice. He turned to see his baby brother John, or what was left of his baby brother John, crab-

He saw the echo of a man standing next to him, a shimmery green vision that fluttered in the worsening weather. walk down the walkway of the radar tower. John’s legs were useless; a cluster of mangled f lesh and metal from the chair Wilson himself had placed him in. As John moved he left behind a red and black smear of blood and bile as he dragged himself forward with his arms. But rather than scream and cry with the insanity claiming those around him, John looked serene and at ease with his fate. “Thy kingdom come…” Wilson reached out to his brother, unable to pull away from the iron railing that had claimed his f lesh, though he tugged at it anyway. John pulled himself the last few agonizing feet, wrapped his arms around his brother’s legs and held him tight. “Thy will be done…” Wilson patted his brother on the head. John looked up and smiled with red, wet eyes. His skin had turned a sickly shade of green and Wilson knew John was at his end. “Thank you, Wilson,” John said and promptly died. A tear finally formed in Wilson’s eye as he looked, once again, at the impossible madness that swirled around him. But there he was. As the two ships neared the end of their metamorphosis, Wilson saw another man suddenly standing next to him. Or rather, he saw the echo of a man standing next to him, a shimmery green vision that f luttered in the worsening weather. The ghost man wore official military garb and Wilson could just make out the name above the breast pocket: Capt.Reno. Wilson looked at Reno. Reno looked back. Reno smiled. “On Earth as it is in heaven…” CRACK! Next week: Aftermath

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Homes Of The Week

Check out these beautiful homes in the Cape May area

1129 OHIO AVENUE CAPE MAY Charming four bedroom, one and a half bath home with eat in kitchen, living room and additional room in the back which currently used as a fourth bedroom but could be an enjoyable family room. Exterior features include lovely landscaping, spacious yard and detached garage. $640,000.






Commercially 2-Unit Building

Very unique opportunity to have a 3 bedroom & 2 bath condo on one of the most prestigious streets of Cape May. This unit is all updated from the gourmet kitchen to the beautiful tiled bathrooms. Excellent opportunity for investment or personal use. Listed by Brian & Gregory Giancola for $675,000.

Ocean Views! This beautiful newly constructed home offers the very best of Cape May Point. With views from the front windows and gorgeous upgrades including granite countertops, stainless appliances, ceramic tiled floors, gorgeous hardwood flooring and marble baths, to name just a few; this home offers all you need for comfort convenience and enjoyment. Considering an income investment? This property offers a good rental history. Call By the Sea Realty for more details and a personal tour. details and a personal tour.

Pride of ownership is evident in this WELL maintained Brentwood model rancher. This spacious home offers 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths, a living room with gas fireplace, lovely kitchen with breakfast bar, dining room, bright and cheerful Florida room, separate laundry room, and a finished two car garage. The lovely wooded lot offers plenty of privacy from the surrounding homes, is nicely landscaped, and includes a sprinkler system. $377,900

Very well maintained home in nice area! Take a look at this 2 bedroom, 1 bath, eat-in kitchen with updated appliances. Laundry room, sunroom and a “1 car plus” garage for storage and a built-in cedar closet for those seasonal clothes! $212,500


SUITE A: approx. 1400 sq ft offering open floor area, pvt office, conference room, work room, powder room & kitchenette. SUITE B: approx 675 sq ft offering open floor area, 2 pvt offices, powder room & 2-storage closets. Currently Leased. Separate entrances, off-street parking for 11+, separate utilities, many, many upgrades. $399,000.

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

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

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

By the Sea Realty 315 Ocean Street, Cape May (609) 884-3050

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

Tolz Realtors 1001 Lafayette Street Cape May (609) 884-7001






New construction at a great price in newer neighborhood. This 3 bedroom 2 bath beauty is 2.5 blocks from the beaches and Delaware Bay. All the wildlife you can imagine at your front door. The home has an large open floor plan for entertaining family and friends. Relax in the summer sun on your rear deck which is partially covered. Grab all your summer toys and walk 2 blocks to the bay and enjoy all the Jersey Shore has to offer. $267,900.

Situated on 4.68 private acres on Cape Island and only minutes to downtown Cape May, this ranch home offers 3 BR/1 BA and a detached, oversized two-car garage with workshop. This is the ultimate setting for a nature lover’s paradise and located less than a mile from the coastal wildlife area along The Delaware Bay! This classic custom home from years past includes a rear screened porch for outdoor entertaining and has a full, dry basement which offers potential for additional indoor living space. $699,000.

Spacious 4 bedroom, 3 bath custom home located on prestigious Cape May Avenue, just blocks to fabulous beaches and downtown Cape May. Easy 1-level living with fabulous master suite & terrific entertaining space in the living room, dining room, family room & eat-in kitchen. Hardwood floors, extensive decking with awning, 1-car attached garage & secluded backyard perfect for relaxing or gathering with friends & family! $750,000

The price has just been reduced on this charming 3 bedroom, 2 bath well kept home is located close to all of Cape May’s fun activities. This home has an unbelievable rental income that has been consistent year after year. Come take a look. Asking $495,000

Brand new home close to the water! This exceptionally well built home is already sold. The good news is that you too can have your own special home built to suit. There are plenty of locations near the water and home plans to choose from. This home offers an open great room, three bedrooms and two baths. There are granite counter tops, hardwood floors, a gas fireplace, ceramic tiled baths and shower, a whirlpool tub, super sized deck and beautifully sodded yard. $289,000


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

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

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

Barry Bruno Chris Clemans SIR 1159 Washington Street (609) 602-2444 bbruno@

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

Situated on 1/3 acre lot, this 3 bedroom, 1 bath ranch home has central air, gas heat, cathedral ceilings, skylight and a recent addition of a large family room. A paver driveway and patio round out the package. This home is in need of some TLC, but would be worth the effort and time. $159,900.

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

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2505 Bayshore Rd. Villas, NJ 08251 • Broker Daniel J. Senico 307 Tidewater, Legacy of Cape May, Rio Grande • $239,900

1365 Washington Street, Cape May Year round, newly renovated 1 bedroom, 1 bath cottage with washer and dryer. $925/month plus utilities. Security required. 144 Oak, Villas - 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath, year round rental. $950/month plus utilities. Security required.

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Adorable 2 bedroom, 1 bath cottage located in charming West Cape May. Home features new windows, newer roof, updated bathroom and shower and new appliances. A great find! Asking $499,000

Contact Barry Bruno Main (609) 884.3332 • Cell: (609) 602.2444 Email: 1159 Washington Street, Cape May NJ 08204

1012 Maryland Ave., Cape May - pletely renovated, pool, 6 BR, 5 BA, 3 half-BA, w/d, dw, CAC,

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

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

109 6th Avenue, West Cape May - 2 BR/1 BA, Sleeps 6, winter rental availability. $850/month

805 Pittsburgh Avenue, Cape May 2 bedroom, 1 bath, Pool

503 Leaming Avenue, North Cape May 3 BR/1 BA, with large yard winter rental availability. $1150/month

205 Princeton Avenue, Cape May Point Spacious Gracious, Pet Friendly

Desatnick Real Estate, LLC 324 Carpenter’s Lane, Suite 2C, Cape May 609.884.1300,

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

102 Goldbeaten Alley, West Cape May 2 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, walking distance to beach and shops: $475-675/ week.

1607 Beach Ave, Cape May - 8 BR, 6 Full Baths, 3 Half Bath. Beautiful beachfront home perfect for reunions or weddings. Available Year-Round.

211 Harvard Ave., Cape May Point - 3 BR, 2.5 baths lovely beachfront home: $3450/ week

1219 Lafayette St, Cape May Large home great for large groups. 6 BR, 3.5 Bath. Only $1300/week off season!

Barry Bruno Chris Clemans Sotheby’s International Realty, 609.602.2444, Fall may be here, but there are still plenty of rental homes for rent in our inventory. Full weeks or weekend... Call for more information about the homes we have available.

Formerly a bank building, this commercial space would be perfect as a doctor’s office, real estate office, etc. Property includes two apartment units for added income. Many possibilities. Asking $449,000

204 Philadelphia Ave., Cape May - 2 BR, 2.5 BA, w/d, dw, CAC, park 3 cars, sleeps 8. Low $1100/High $2050

CENTURY 21 Gilmartin & Co., 1382 Lafayette St., Cape May. Joseph Gilmartin, Broker/Owner (609) 884-1800 15 Broadway Unit #14, Cape May - 2011 Season 3 BR, 2 baths, condo sleeps 7. $1500-$2500 per wk. 1005 New Jersey Avenue, Cape May - 2011 Season – 2 bedrooms, 1 bath single family, PET FRIENDLY! Sleeps 6. $1150-$2600 per week

Tolz Realtors, 1001 Lafayette Street, Cape May, (609) 884-7001, 805 Pittsburg Ave., #210, Cape May Sleeps 8! 3 BR, 2 BA condo w/ community pool. $800 - $2350 /week. 712 B. Corgie, Cape May 3 BR, 2 BA Victorian condo sleeps 8. $1000 - $1900 /week. Wilsey Realty, 501 Lafayette St., Cape May, (609) 884-1007, 15 Broadway, Unit 27. Cape May 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom. Winter Rental $1,000 Month + Utilities 403 Reading Avenue, Cape May 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, Winter Rental $1,100 Month + Utilities

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

Coastline Realty, 1400 Texas Ave., Cape May, (609) 884-5005 •

114 Claremont, North Cape May - Year round rental. Three bedrooms, one bath and natural gas baseboard heat. $1,050.00 + utilities.

106 Baltimore Ave., Cape May - 3 BR, 2.5 BA, internet, fireplace, porch, deck, outside shower, C/A, BBQ grill, parking for 4, sleeps 8. $2500-$3900/week.

3209 Shore Drive, Cape May Beach Weekly rental right on the bayfront. 3 bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths. Call ahead to book for 2011.

201 Beach Ave., Unit 21, Cape May - “Seaboard Walk,” 4 BR, 4.5 BA, internet, heated pool, grill, exercise room, parking for 2, sleeps 8. $3300-$4400/week

Theresa Senico, Apex Realty (609) 408-4655 •

Coldwell Banker Sol Needles Real Estate, (609) 884-8428 •

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

Established July 4, 2003, proudly inspired by the late, great Pennywise magazine. Exit Zero Publishing is owned by Jack Wright and Jason Black. We also publish high-quality books as well as this fine periodical! Telephone: (609) 770-8479 Fax: (609) 770-8481 E-mail: Website: Mailing address: 109 Sunset Boulevard Suite D, Cape May, NJ 08204 Editor/Publisher: Jack Wright, Advertising Manager: Jason Black, Manager of Assorted Necessities: Dan Mathers, (610) 984-2874 Assistant Editor Jon Roth, Photographers: Aleksey Moryakov, Sandy Maloney, Danielle O’Neal, Jeannie O’Neill Graphic Artist: Doree Bardes Distribution People: Richard Hemenway, Amy Wingate, Vivian Montgomery, Marianne McCoy Columnists: Kate Chadwick (advice), Catherine Dugan (activities), David Gray (Old Fogey), Meghan Kunz (local lore), Molly Stone (food) Labeler: Mary Smith Every Wednesday, Exit Zero is delivered to around 300 places. Get it delivered to your mailbox in a plastic mailer. It’s $50 for 47 great B&W issues, and four in glorious color! Call (609) 770-8479 to subscribe. DOWNTOWN CAPE MAY Swain’s, Mariah’s, Bath Time, Guardian, Bamboo Shack, Cape Savings Bank, Collier’s, All Irish, Cape May Stage, Wilsey Realty, Nest, Pat Jackson Jewelers, Washington Commons Gallery, Celebrate Cape May, Go Fish, Sea Weeds, Oma’s Doll Shop, Cape Orient, Fiber Arts Yarn Shop, Acme, By The Sea Realty, Oyster Bay, Cape May Welcome Center, Depot Market, Congress Hall, Victorious, Pink, Star Inn, Bayberry Inn, Bank of America, Victorian Hotel, SOMA Art Gallery, Magicbrain Cybercafé, Island Grill, Trade Winds, Primrose, Center For Community Arts. WASHINGTON STREET MALL The Fudge Kitchen, Mary Ann’s, Dellas 5&10, Lace Silhouettes, Center City Mall, Second Story Sweets, Casale’s Shoes, Free Shop, Happy Baby, Cape May Sandal Shop, It’s a Breeze, Madame’s Port, Swede Things, Cucina Rosa, Whale’s Tale, Cafe Tuscany, Italian Garden, Andrew’s Ltd, Jackson Mountain Cafe, Love The Cook, Ugly Mug, Pilot House, Caroline Boutique, Atlantic Books, Carli’s, Kaleidoscope,

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

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

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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Vol. 8, No. 40 - November 10, 2010  
Vol. 8, No. 40 - November 10, 2010  

A sprightly sheet full of sprays of the old ocean.