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Castelo São Jorge at Leith Hall bed and breakfast

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A new painting of Castelo São Jorge in the parlor at Leith Hall This is just a brief post to tell you about a change in our parlor at Leith Hall bed and breakfast. A few weeks ago, I went … Continue reading

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Cape May Cute. Cape May, Charming. Cape may Funny?

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Cape May Funny? Yes, Cape May funny. This July 26 through 28, the Cape May Comedy Fest will feature Stand-Up, Improv, Sketch comedy, a multi-level comedy contest, comedy workshops,  and the Ladies of Comedy, at sites all over town. Gilbert … Continue reading

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Travel and Leisure honors Cape May

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Travel and Leisure discovers Cape May’s Charms Travel and Leisure just identified Cape May as one of the best small resorts in the country. We’ve known that for years, but it’s nice to see it confirmed by a national magazine. … Continue reading

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Alice Steer Wilson book in Cape May

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A book about Alice Steer Wilson by her daughter to be celebrated in Cape May Alice Steer Wilson was a great Cape May painter, and will be remembered at a book signing this Saturday at the Carriage House of the … Continue reading

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Designer Show House in Cape May

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Spectacular New Designer Show House If you like Designer Show Houses, Cape May’s got a great one this summer. A wonderful couple (Ioanna Iliopolis and Tom Cataldo) has just built a beautiful new house on Washington Street. It is patterned … Continue reading

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Are you tired of gyring and gimbling in the wabe?

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Stop that gyring and gimbling and learn some new forms of poetry. Believe it or not, we are about to have a serious poetry workshop in Cape May. Led by Sylvia Baer, who is the director of the Poetry Center … Continue reading

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IS IT THE WINE OR IS IT THE YOGA?

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  Is it the wine or is it the Yoga? Is it the wine or is it the yoga? Why do I feel so relaxed, so centered, so calm? It’s both. You may remember from earlier blog posts that Cape … Continue reading

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Cape May Harborfest

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Cape May Harborfest For me, the harborfest is all about food. Cape May has its own scallop beds and the harborfest features The Scallop Challenge, where local chefs compete for the bivalve honors. There’s lots of other seafood along with … Continue reading

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Cape May Music Festival Special – Free Tickets!

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  CAPE MAY MUSIC FESTIVAL SPECIAL – FREE TICKETS FROM LEITH HALL Cape May Music Festival + Leith Hall bed and breakfast Thursday, June 6, Leith Hall will be co-sponsoring the concert by the Bay Atlantic Symphony Orchestra. They will … Continue reading

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EAT DRINK AND BE MERRY –For Tomorrow we Diet

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Eat Drink and be Merry! Forgive the bad old joke, but this should be the motto of Cape May’s restaurant week, starting today, June 2, through June 9th. Many of Cape May’s great restaurants are participating, like 410 Bank Street, … Continue reading

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