Wednesday, April 9, 2008

News from Around the South Jersey Shore

Speaking of birding, check out this poem about the Cape May warbler.

Speaking of birding (again), here's a great new guide for young birders.

More wackiness has been added to Ocean City's Doo Dah Parade, which I CAN'T WAIT TO ATTEND! April 26 people! Bring your cameras!

The Press of Atlantic City
just got a boat load of awards. Congrats!

Here's some lovely pictures of Cape May.

I loved Amy S. Rosenberg's piece about the farmer's market battle in Margate from this Sunday's Philadelphia Inquirer. It is the personification of small town politics, and written as such. Great job, Amy.

More on Cape May's new dog park. Can't wait to take Emily!

Thinking of buying or selling in Avalon or Stone Harbor? Then read this.

Yikes: murder at the Taj.

Another reason why the Marine Mammal Stranding Center should not be kicked out of Brigantine.

Maybe I'll see less strung out people on the Wildwood boardwalk on Sunday's morning: big drug bust in Cape May and Wildwood.

Bader Field's up for sale.

Teens throw "roving parties" in empty Sea Isle houses kids. Kids, you're not that far from being allowed into the OD's "No Shower Happy Hour." Can't you wait a few more years?

Here's a preview of the Cape May Jazz Festival that will take place on April 18-20.

If you're like me and listen to Sid Mark's Fridays with Frank and Sundays with Sinatra, you might be interested in this Rat Pack Tribute Show in Atlantic City.

The Nature Center of Cape May organizes some great events. Here's another one: Possum and Peepers.

The Anglesea Pub in North Wildwood's got new ownership: Steve Ransom from the C-View.

Stone Harbor's getting a 'crab shack' style restaurant -- another great tip from Rob Seitzinger's fab Cape Cuisine blog.

Well, congrats to you from me as well, Eric!

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