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2013 Holiday Issue
The Holiday Issue is here! Packed with holiday events and goodies, you’ll find some fun facts about Congress Hall’s Winter Wonderland, our reader’s favorite holiday traditions, and an in-depth talk with the guys behind Cape May Brewing Co. You’ll also meet the guys who pick up our trash week after week, Broadway star, Laura Woyasz, and seven great chefs of Cape May. Don’t miss the ultimate food and drink chart, how to get your hands on the Exit Zero Discount Deck, and the Cape May Holiday Trolley Guide.
2013 Fall Color Issue
Don’t miss the Fall Color Issue featuring the Big Fall Events Guide, everything you need to know for the Exit 0 International Jazz Festival, and an inside look at some of the commercial fishermen of Cape May. You’ll also get to meet Bella Lotozo, the inspiration behind a remarkable new art show, look back at the past 25 years of the Cape May Stage, see the magical photos captured by Chris Bakely, and as always, we provide the ultimate Cape May to-do list for your reading pleasure.
2013 August Color Issue
This month’s Color Issue features a chat with small-town vet–Bob Moffet, a preview of Stan Sperlak’s new show at SOMA, Victor Grasso’s wild new artwork, and a look into the mind of Chris Dolman of Cape May Stage. We’ll also get to meet some of the men and women of the Cape May Beach Patrol, provide some pertinent details about the best food and drink around town, and we’ll take a look at Cape May Wine Country.
2013 July Color Issue
Don’t miss the July Color Issue featuring a chat with Betty Steger, queen of the beach, a new book by Alice Steer Wilson, and a life well played by Jack Wichterman. You can also learn about the Cape May Lighthouse, sample what the New York Times called a great wine-growing region, and learn just how much our readers admire the guards of the Cape May Beach Patrol.
2013 June Color Issue
Check out our latest color issue to read about the life and loves of Hot Dog Tommy, the legend of the old magnesite plant, and meet the new Coast Guard Recruits. You can also check out the art of Sean Taylor, see where to run in Cape May, and of course, don’t miss the A to Z Guide of Cape May Cocktails.
2013 May Color Issue
Check out the secrets of the Chalfonte Hotel and other great Cape May stories, a taste of honey, and the new wine county. You can also read about the day in the life of Mark Jacopec, Cape May through the Artists’ Eyes, and experience a natural wonderland.
2012 Holiday Color Issue
Check out the Holiday Activity Guide, our Great Food & Drink Guide, and explore the ghosts of Peter Shields. Enjoy a fabulously tasteless new short story from Terry O’Brien called “A Very Zombie Christmas” and to contrast, read Marilyn & Bob’s Cape May love story!
2012 October Color Issue
From our Big Fall Activity Guide to Ben Miller’s fascinating look at old Cape May landmarks “The Way They Were,” this color issue is chock full of goodness. Check out our Ultimate Teetotal Guide and a write-up on “Heroes and Villains” at the Cape May State. With over 140 pages, we’re sure you will find something you like!
2012 August Color Issue
A piece on tipping etiquette, an interview with Julie Menz, “The 39 Steps”, the long road of Convention Hall and a Cape Island history of our four-legged friends, the horse!
2012 July Color Issue
Read the full color issue online, featuring stories on a local baseball star, Cape May’s harbors and artisan bread makers in your backyard.
2012 June Color Issue
Welcome summer with our June 2012 Color Issue that includes the best places to eat alfresco in Cape May, behind the scenes at Lucky Bones restaurant, lessons from Jack Lindeman – lifeguard, and a feature on Ari Blau, the talented young Cape May-born filmmaker plus much more!
2011 November Color Issue
Get ready for the holiday season with a host of Victorian events, ways to make the most of holiday giving, and we’re giving you the perfect tips on how to stake the stress out of holiday parties. Don’t miss the story of the nor’easter that changed the face of Cape May, Scott Langdon’s wintertime adventures, and check out the photos of a snowy Delaware Bay.
2011 September Color Issue
Fall weather is in the air and we’re helping you get ready with a list of sixty fun-packed events for a memorable season, get to know the crew at Cape May Brewery, and meet Tom Cupp, a dancing aficionado. You’ll also find out who, or what, haunts Wilbraham Mansion, meet Jaime Alvarez of the Beach Plum Farm, and see Stan Sperlak’s inspired artwork from Scotland.
2011 August Color Issue
Check out the ultimate Summer Guide for Cool Cape May, get a behind-the-scenes look in the Frescos kitchen, and read about the swell girls of Cape May. You’ll also get a peek at some of Victor Grasso’s most recent artwork, see why the Cape is such a great destination for birders, and ready about the history of South Cape May – the town that fell into the sea.
2011 July Color Issue
We’re bringing you 43 fun events as part of the ultimate Summer Guide for Cool Cape May, we’ll recall a legendary Cape May bar, The Shire, with former owner Wayne Piersanti, discuss the politics of food to preview the Cape May Forum in September, and we’ll look into the life of a Cape May dishwasher. You’ll also find a tail of how the military kept the town alive and kicking, explore Pete Dunne’s guide to enjoying the natural world, and find out how to create the perfect Cape May vacation.
2011 May/June Color Issue
Welcome to the start of the summer! Check out our man Dan, as he puts his best foot forward behind the bar at The Ugly Mug, browse through the preview of the Cape May Music Festival, read about The George Burns story returning to Cape May Stage, check out our very entertaining etiquette guide to follow the proper ‘rules of the beach,’ and read the story of Henry Sawyer and The Chalfonte. Plus, much more!
2010 May/June Color Issue
What better way to start the summer off than with four great draft beer and food pairings? We’re also bringing you some of the greatest stories behind Cape May’s three lighthouses, an inside look at Cape May’s new wonder chef, Lucas Manteca, and we’re bringing a behind the scenes look at the major players coming to the Cape May Stage. We’ll also tell you the story of the battle for the soul of Cape May in the ’60s and ’70s and you’ll learn about how one woman turned a beach hobby into a career.