The Cape May Whale Watcher, captained by Jeff Stewart Jr., takes visiting tourists on a cruise around Cape Island where they can observe and learn about dolphins, whales and other local seashore wildlife. Stewart is one of the many faces in Southern New Jersey, that is part of the summer season.
Summer is here and South Jersey is in full “concert mode.”
ATLANTIC CITY — Deliverymen trucked cases of Hennessy and lugged bags of ice across the Boardwalk down to the beach while construction workers hustled to complete the outdoor stage in time for the start of the BeachFest Concert Series.
The USS Jacob Jones moved at a steady 15 knots off the Cape May coast Feb. 28, 1942. Then came a wave of torpedoes from a Nazi submarine.
A third Atlantic City beach concert was announced Monday morning.
WILDWOOD — Motorists searching for the closest parking spot to the beach this summer might want to check a little closer.
The most unusual thing about the two large fields in Vineland are the 80-foot screens. That and the dozens or cars that are pulling in as the sun goes down.
BEACH HAVEN — A full season of live stage musicals will return this summer to the Surflight Theatre after two vacation seasons of a quiet stage.
Pamela Dixon and William Thomason asked not to be dipped too far in the water.
Generations of shore visitors may change, but one thing remains the same: The beach is a great place to play games.
LOWER TOWNSHIP — Dave Yeager, of Wildwood Crest, probably has greeted most of the nearly 100,000 annual visitors who make their way to Cape May Lighthouse.
Wendy Buell pulled up to the beach entrance on East Putnam Avenue in Strathmere on a hot Friday morning.
As parents boarded the A.J. Meerwald in Barnegat Light last week, they hugged kids they had not seen in four days.
There’s one thing you need to know about stand-up paddleboarding.
Did you say you’ve got nothing to do?
It’s sweltering hot on a recent Wednesday afternoon. The heat coming off the Black Horse Pike in Mays Landing makes the air look blurry; not a cloud in the sky provides relief from the sun.
They journey offshore to the deep blue waters, they pull up to wrecks and reefs inshore, they drift along the beachfront and in the inlets and they fit into the shallow “skinny” waters of the back bays.
It was raining.
There’s an old saying that you shouldn’t watch laws or sausage being made. But seeing the process of how grapes turn into wine shouldn’t scare anyone.
The Cape May County Park & Zoo in Cape May Court House is one of the county’s most-visited attractions, and for good reason, its fans say.
1. Ocean City Dog Park
The highlights of the summer concert season in southern New Jersey can be summed up simply — Justin Bieber, country and Rock and Roll Hall of Famers.
The summer solstice doesn’t come until June 20, but only a grump or a snow lover would point that out, right?
Kate LaMaina, 9, brings a serious attitude to a fun place like an amusement park.
Three of the amusement piers in our area have added new rides and attractions this year. Here’s what to look for at Ocean City’s Playland, Atlantic City’s Steel Pier and Morey’s Piers & Beachfront Waterparks in Wildwood: