Reading with Coffee


 

Remembering Black Sunday

The world was Hugh Callaway’s oyster and indulge he did. A revolving door of ladies kept his calendar occupied. How he kept track of them...

Farm to Table

Happy Earth Day! What’s the first fruit that comes to mind when you think of NJ? Blue or cranberries? Jersey tomatoes? (Yes — they’re a...

Then & Now: Ottens Canal

No, the photo to right does not depict Ottens Canal. It was taken at the Wildwood Sign located at Rio Grande Avenue and the Boardwalk. I...

Then & Now: Cape May Point

This week I’m back with another blast from the past. Located at the southern-most tip of New Jersey, Cape May Point is nestled where the...

Do you believe in ghosts?

Cape May, New Jersey is one of the most haunted places in America. With a recorded history dating back to 1620, it’s not hard to imagine...

The Home of the Brave

Alright, admit it. You read that in Kate Smith’s voice, didn’t you? This week we’re headed back over the bridge to the City of Brotherly...

New Jersey's Atlantis

"So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past." ~ F. Scott Fitzgerald Welcome to the 4th segment of...

Cause Down the Shore Everything's Alright

Proud Jersey Girl here. Every August, I’d watch with glee as my grandparents loaded the car for our 2 week vacation “down the shore”....

 

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