Though it may seem like an odd thing to celebrate, Tuesday, Oct. 9, is National Moldy Cheese Day. Some may think of mold on cheese as a sign that it is not fit for consumption, but anyone who has dipped a buffalo wing into blue cheese dressing can tell you otherwise.
We can’t get enough of Hawk Haven Vineyard. Whether it’s their Sangria Sunday, their RootStock Music Series or simply their wine, Hawk Haven always gives us a good reason to pop in. And that fun continues this weekend, with the two-day Cape May Wine & Music Festival.
If you are a theater buff but crave something new and groundbreaking, The Eagle Theatre in Hammonton may just have the solution. NOIR: The 3D/4D Semi-Cinematic Satirical Thriller is a one man show like you have never seen. Dubbed “theme park theater” the concept was heavily influenced by the…
There is steak. And there is steak from Robert’s Steakhouse.
While now firmly ensconced in the American culinary climate, Mexican or southwestern food was slower to gain the kind of foothold — at least on the East Coast — that Italian or Chinese restaurants had already enjoyed in towns across the country for decades.
Thinking of giving lima beans another chance? Come on — what have you got to lose? This Saturday, Oct. 7, West Cape May’s 33rd annual Lima Bean Festival will be in full swing from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Wilbraham Park.
If you love history, architecture, games, spooky trolley rides and all-things- Victoriana, then a visit to Cape May this weekend is a must, as its 46th annual Victorian Weekend will take place Thursday through Sunday, Oct. 4 to 7.
When it comes to wacky food-related holidays, some are more exciting than others. And without a doubt, National Lobster Day, which falls on Tuesday, Sept 25, is among the most exciting of them all. Think about it — this crustacean always manages to sit at the top of the price range on just a…