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Cape May (Cape May, New Jersey)

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  • Cape May, N.J., hasn't yet closed for the season

    Over the summer, Cape May, N.J., endured unusually wet weather, a sewage spill in August that resulted in the temporary closing of several beaches, and the lingering effects of a sluggish economy. But it was still crowded. Even in sunny, booming times,...
  • Garden State is aptly named blooming gem

    It took more than just its famous tomato to dub New Jersey the Garden State. Although today it is the most densely populated state in the Union, New Jersey has never forsaken its love affair with nature that marked the region's bucolic beginnings....
  • At Akwaaba B&B, curl up with writers

    Author Walter Mosley's room is dark and mysterious with midnight-blue walls, black velvet drapes and lamps that shine interrogationlike spotlights across the walls. It's a room befitting the popular creator of a series of detective novels. Toni Morrison'...
  • A ferry ride to the other side

    One in a series of occasional stories One million people do it, for various reasons, every summer. Maybe while visiting the quaint and historic Delaware beach town of Lewes, they decide, in a grass-is-always-greener kind of way, to go to the quaint...
  • Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Edgar

    Jolene Linette Lawson, daughter of Kenneth and Bonnie Lawson, of Union Bridge, and Stephen Michael Edgar, son of Ronald and Juanita Gladhill, of Union Bridge, were married at Johnsville United Methodist Church on April 19, 2014. The Rev. Margaret Moon...
  • Happy homecoming for Cubs' Szczur

    Happy homecoming for Cubs' Szczur
    NEW YORK -- It’s nearly a three-hour drive from Cape May, N.J., to Citi Field, but it feels like a homecoming for Chicago Cubs newly promoted outfielder Matt Szczur. “I proposed in New York, spent a lot of time in New York, so it’s...
  • Air Force bypasses Langley for temporary support center

    When the Air Force announced it would eliminate 742 positions at Langley Air Force Base, members of Congress in Virginia launched a counter-offensive. The Langley cuts are part of a larger plan that will create jobs elsewhere — exactly where is the...
  • Day Trips from the Lehigh Valley

    DAY TRIPPIN' •Broadway, choice of Les Miserables, $150, or Kinky Boots, $160. Sept. 10. Lehigh Valley Active Life, Diane, 610-437-3700. •Holiday Pops Concert, Kimmel Center, lunch, Dec. 19. $98. Club 30, The Morning Call Retirees, Anna, 610-...
  • Day Trippers: Cape May is 'a break from the ordinary'

    Day Trippers: Cape May is 'a break from the ordinary'
    The first dolphins were spotted as the ferry pulled away from the terminal.  They were surfacing near the Delaware Breakwater Lighthouse, not far from Cape Henlopen State Park.   We saw them again several hours later — more than a dozen fins...
  • Dining out: The Main Ingredient fills a niche and fills it admirably

    Hmmm, let's see... What exactly is the main ingredient? Is it fresh components? Is it expert preparation? Is it interesting and tasty food served attractively in a homey setting? Whatever it is, The Main Ingredient seems to have it, and then some....
  • Fiancés to cycle 163 miles for cancer research

    Fiancés to cycle 163 miles for cancer research
    The first time Lauren Marlotte and her fiancé Darnell Smith rode their bikes 100 miles, they trekked from Santa Barbara to Ojai to Ventura and back, ran out of water and followed a path that partially runs along the shoulder of a freeway. After that...
  • Allentown and country: Great American road trips on a 3-hour drive

    Allentown and country: Great American road trips on a 3-hour drive
    If you've decided to take a car trip outside the Allentown area, you're in good company. Over the Independence Day weekend, AAA estimates almost 35 million Americans hit the road, the most since 2007. So if you've packed the car, filled the tank and...