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Cape Resorts Supports Local Students With Exciting Long-term Professional Career Opportunities

CAPE MAY, NJ (April 17, 2024) – Cape Resorts, a Cape May luxury hospitality brand that focuses on offering the highest industry standards of exceptional guest experiences, is offering students at Cape Tech High School the opportunity to explore exciting professional avenues at the resort’s various properties. Career path opportunities cover a vast array of roles and include: Finance & Accounting, Human Resources, Marketing, IT, Revenue Management & Central Reservations, and Engineering/Special Projects, among others. Students will tour the properties, learn about the mission of Cape Resorts, enjoy a complimentary lunch at Congress Hall, and meet with top leaders of the Cape Resorts team for a Q&A to learn firsthand the occupational opportunities available upon graduation.

Thursday, April 18; 8:45am-2pm
8:45am – meet at Congress Hall for greeting and historical property tour
9:45am – head to The Virginia for tour of hotel
10:30am – take shuttle to Beach Plum Farm to explore the farm and learn about its mission
12pm – return to Congress Hall and enjoy complimentary lunch
1pm – Q&A
2pm – departure from Congress Hall

Students will meet at Congress Hall, 200 Congress Place, Cape May, NJ

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Lisa Johnson


The Greater Wildwoods Tourism Improvement and Development Authority Launches New Online Reservation System at


Susan Adelizzi-Schmidt, ext. 103
Suasion Communications Group



The Greater Wildwoods Tourism Improvement and Development Authority Launches New Online Reservation System at


Visitors to the Wildwoods can now simply click Book Your Stay

to seamlessly plan and book their vacation!


The Wildwoods, NJ – April 3, 2024 – Booking a vacation in the Wildwoods, NJ is easier than ever before, as the Greater Wildwoods Tourism Improvement and Development Authority (GWTIDA) announces the launch of a new online hotel and attraction reservation booking system at the destination’s official tourism website,


Starting today, visitors initially will be able to directly book accommodations to a number of Wildwoods hotels and motels by simply clicking the Book Your Stay web page. Soon to follow, events, tickets, attractions, concerts, and other experiences offered by participating establishments in the Wildwoods will a be able to be added to a vacation itinerary, allowing visitors to plan and book their entire vacation prior to leaving their homes.


The new online booking platform will take vacation planning full circle and streamline the process, by allowing visitors to not only plan their entire trip at but to book it as well, all on one easy-to-use platform. An entire Wildwoods vacation can be planned and booked in minutes. The Wildwoods’ new online booking platform, powered by Ripe, enhances an already robust website presence.

"Visitors to the Wildwoods can now seamlessly plan and book their entire trip directly on our website, enjoying the convenience of real-time rates and availability, all without any extra costs to the visitor or our stakeholders," explained Louis M. Belasco, Greater Wildwoods Tourism Improvement and Development Authority (GWTIDA) Executive Director.


Rollout of the online booking platform will initially include a select number of partner establishments. Options should become more expansive, however, as more lodging, restaurants, and attractions jump on board and provide their inventory.


Belasco added that this is a FREE service to vacationers – and that booking through the Wildwoods website will not cost visitors any more than if they booked directly with the hotel.


“Booking through our online platform won't incur any additional costs compared to direct bookings,” Belasco said. “We are simply streamlining the process to better service our valued guests, making it more convenient for them to plan their vacation in the Wildwoods.”


The new booking platform is a welcomed addition to the visitor’s vacation planning experience as they enjoy all the great things the Wildwoods have to offer, like,  the FREE attractions, including FREE, sprawling, white sand beaches, a two-mile world-famous Boardwalk, FREE events and festivals, FREE outdoor concerts, FREE Friday Night Fireworks, FREE Movies Under the Stars, live entertainment, FREE, scenic bike paths, fishing, nature trails, must-see landmarks, and much more – making this family-friendly resort destination one of the most sought-after places to vacation at the Jersey Shore.

For additional information about the Wildwoods, visit or call 800-992-9732.



Louie Vuitton Raffle Coming to Atlantic City Country Club

CONTACT Cape-Atlantic is having the 33rd Annual Spring Sensation and Louie Vuitton Raffle on Thursday, May 9th at the Atlantic City Country Club.

Tickets are $70 each and include Cocktail Reception, Dinner, Testimonials, Games, Auctions, and Louis Vuitton Bag Raffle. Tickets can be purchased here


CONTACT Cape-Atlantic provides telephone reassurance and community support for older adults, people with disabilities and those of any age who are lonely, living alone or feeling isolated from their community.


For more information please contact Mary Jo Bernardo, Executive Director at CONTACT Cape-Atlantic in Northfield at 609-823-1850.


Volunteers Needed for Beach Clean-Up in Sea Isle City on April 13

SEA ISLE CITY, NJ – The Sea Isle City Environmental Commission will host a Spring Beach Clean-Up on Saturday, April 13, from 10:00 AM to 12 noon.


During this important community event, volunteers will remove trash and wind-blown debris from Sea Isle’s beaches, dunes, and parks.  Families, individuals, and groups are invited to participate.


Volunteers are asked to register on the day of the Clean-Up at JFK Boulevard and the Promenade, where Environmental Commission members will distribute gloves and other supplies – and assign volunteers with specific areas to clean.


PLEASE NOTE: Due to the Beach Replenishment Project that is taking place in Sea Isle City this spring, access to some beaches and dunes will be restricted during the Beach Clean-Up. Volunteers are asked to follow all instructions from the Environmental Commission when checking-in to ensure that restricted beaches and dunes are not entered during the Clean-Up.


Also during the Beach Clean-Up, the Environmental Commission will sell their popular “Watch for Turtles” lawn signs, which can be mounted on front yards to alert motorists that Diamondback Terrapin Turtles are crossing the roads during the annual nesting season. The bright yellow signs cost $10 each.


For more information about Sea Isle City’s Spring Beach Clean-Up, please phone 609-263-2081.


Atlantic County Prosecutor named 'Prosecutor of the Year' by Muslim American Law Enforcement Association

The Muslim American Law Enforcement Association (MALEA) hosted their Fourth Annual
Ramadan Dinner and Awards Ceremony on Thursday, March 21st in Edison, NJ. MALEA is a
New Jersey-based association that seeks to bridge the gap between law enforcement and the
Muslim community through leadership and service of Muslim law enforcement ocers.
MALEA’s Awards Ceremony will also serve as an Iftar dinner, a celebratory evening meal to
break a Ramadan fast.

William E. Reynolds, Atlantic County Prosecutor, was honored at the MALEA ceremony and
awarded the title of “Prosecutor of the Year.” The award is oered to recognize a prosecutor
who has made special contributions within the community, and whose professional conduct
displays an understanding of a public prosecutor’s role to advance the fair and ethical
administration of criminal justice while promoting unity and inclusion.

Prosecutor Reynolds has participated in many community-based Muslim events during the
period of Ramadan 2024, including various Iftar dinners and a pre-Ramadan law enforcement
briefing meant to educate and create a better understanding of customs, rituals, and cultural
needs during the holy month.

Prosecutor William E. Reynolds states, “I am extremely humbled to be named “Prosecutor of
the Year” by MALEA , the Muslim American Law Enforcement Association. It is with great
honor that I accept this award on behalf of the dedicated, hardworking men and women of
the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Oce. I am so fortunate to lead such an incredible team of
professionals that truly care about our community. No words can express our gratitude to
MALEA for this recognition which was based upon ACPO’s dedication to community outreach
and engagement especially the homeless and at risk to be homeless population."

Identity Mix-Up: When Mark Consuelos Got a Regis Recognition at a Knicks Game

Imagine enjoying your snack in the owner’s lounge at Madison Square Garden, and someone congratulates you for being… well, someone else entirely. This is exactly what happened to Mark Consuelos, who was recently at the center of a hilarious case of mistaken identity. While attending a New York Knicks game, a fan was convinced she was talking to the late, great Regis Philbin, not realizing she was actually addressing Consuelos. On a Tuesday episode of “Live With Kelly and Mark,” Consuelos shared this amusing anecdote, showing that fame can sometimes be a confusing beast.

The mix-up seemed to stem from Consuelos’s current gig alongside Kelly Ripa, who was a long-time co-host with Philbin on “Live”. Consuelos joked about the incident, showcasing his sense of humor by teasingly accepting the muscular compliment intended for Philbin. This wholesome encounter took place amidst a significant shift in Consuelos’s career, stepping in for Ryan Seacrest on “Live With Kelly and Mark.” It shows, on and off the set, the comedic and light-hearted nature that makes Consuelos a hit with audiences and mistaken fans alike.

Hang Ups and Hang Outs: Why Your Favorite Characters Can't Say "Goodbye"

If you’ve ever screamed at your screen, “Just say goodbye, you barbarian!” while watching a movie or TV show, rest assured, you’re not alone. The abrupt end to phone conversations in fiction, sans the polite goodbyes we’re accustomed to in real life, isn’t just an oversight—it’s a deliberate choice by filmmakers and writers. The reason? It all comes down to pacing and storytelling efficiency. Apparently, adding in a courteous “bye” slows down the action, and let’s face it, we’re here for drama and intrigue, not phone etiquette.

This cinematic phenomenon might leave some of us feeling unsettled and a tad rude by proxy, but fear not. It’s merely a tool used to keep the plot moving and viewers hooked. After all, in the fast-paced world of movies and TV, who has time for pleasantries? This storytelling shortcut ensures that every second on screen counts toward the unfolding narrative, keeping the audience at the edge of their seats—or at least focused on the storyline rather than the characters’ phone manners. Just goes to show, there’s always a reason behind the little things we notice in our favorite shows and movies. A good reminder that it’s just make-believe, and not to take it into the real world!

The Wildwoods: Top Shore Destination for Dogs

The Wildwoods, NJ – March 18, 2024The Wildwoods, NJ are thrilled to welcome vacationers and their four-legged friends for a vacation experience that’s sure to please. Whether it’s a day at the beach, or a week-long vacation, the Wildwoods have dog beaches, dog parks, and dozens of businesses and accommodations that are pet friendly.


Dog-Friendly Beach and Recreational Attractions

From May through October, four-legged friends have a special, designated beach area to call their own at Glenwood Avenue in Wildwood. Just to be safe, all dogs must be licensed, must always be leashed, except inside the enclosed beach dog park, and owners are responsible for cleaning up after their four-legged friends. North Wildwood beaches allow dogs during the summer season, anytime when lifeguards are off duty (lifeguard hours 9:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.).


The Wildwoods Dog Beach has been named one of the Top 10 ‘Best Dog Friendly Beaches in the US’ in the 10Best Readers’ Choice travel award contest sponsored by USA TODAY. USA TODAY 10Best teamed up with to nominate the 20 most dog-friendly beaches in the nation. The Wildwoods Dog Beach received the second highest number of votes, ranking it #2 overall in the U.S.


Tails wag as dogs make their way across the Boardwalk and onto the sand as they approach the 25-foot-tall red Fire Hydrant Sculpture at the beach Dog Park – right at the entrance to the Dog Beach. The Dog Park is completely fenced in, so there is enough room for dogs to run and stretch their legs. It is separated into two sections – one for large breed dogs and the other for small breed dogs. As with the Dog Beach, all dogs entering the Dog Park must be licensed, and owners are responsible for cleaning up after their four-legged friends.


Picture your four-legged pal dashing on the beach with ears flapping in the ocean breeze, and the pure joy radiating from their playful antics. With designated dog-friendly beaches and a commitment to cleanliness, The Wildwoods offer endless fun under the sun, where splashing, digging, and fetching become the order of the day. The block-and-a-half-long, 190-yard-wide area is open from 6 a.m. until dusk, and this section of the beach is well equipped with pet amenities including drinking water stations, doggie play stations, shade structures, and signs reminding doggy owners to clean up after their loved ones with free plastic bags provided.


Additional dog-friendly recreational attractions throughout the Wildwoods include Sunset Lake, the Sea Wall in North Wildwood, and the Wildwoods Bike Path.


Dog-Friendly Businesses

Several Wildwoods establishments welcome four-legged patrons to dine outdoors with their families. Morey’s Mariner’s Pier is home to the PigDog Beach Bar, a laidback atmosphere accessible via Raging Waters Water Park, the beach, and the Boardwalk. Both family and dog-friendly, this new breed of beach bar is serving up tasty barbecue classics, cocktails and a mix of domestic options and warm weather imports. For more information, visit


MudHen Brewing Company is another Wildwoods eatery accommodating four-legged travelers. Big or small, short, or tall, all dogs are welcome to dine, while on a leash of course, with their owners in its spacious outdoor dining area.


In addition to PigDog Beach Bar and MudHen Brewing Company, several other Wildwoods restaurants and eateries allow dogs to dine outdoors with their owners. Please call ahead to the establishments to inquire about their dog policy before dining.


Dog-Friendly Activities and Events

The Wildwoods love dogs, and we’ve picked four summertime national dog holidays to celebrate here with your furry friend:


  • National Pet Week – May 5-11, 2024
  • Pet Appreciation Week – June 2-9, 2024
  • All-American Pet Photo Day – July 11, 2024
  • National Dog Day – August 26, 2024
  • National Dog Week – September 22-28, 2024


If you’re someone who loves the open sea and everything it has to offer – fishing, crabbing, whale, and dolphin watching – but you don’t want to leave your best friend behind on dry land, you need not worry. Several Wildwoods sightseeing charter boats and fishing/crabbing boats allow you to bring your dog on board. Please remember to outfit your pet with an appropriate life jacket to keep them safe during your day at sea.


The July 4th Patriotic Pooch Parade joins in the march of the Independence Day Parade through the island starting at 8th and Atlantic Avenues in North Wildwood. Dogs of all shapes and sizes parade along the streets of North Wildwood dressed in patriotic garb alongside decorated bicycles. Prizes are awarded for the best-dressed pooches.


Your pooch can enjoy a walk on the beach followed by a paddle in the pools of Raging Waters Water Park at Morey's Piers during the Morey’s PigDog PuppaPalooza annual event in September. The day starts with a Doggie Dash – a 1-mile or 5k beach walk/run with your favorite canine – followed by a day frolicking at Raging Waters water park on Mariner’s Pier. Throughout the day, the famously dog-friendly PigDog Beach Bar will host “Yappy Hour” specials for you and your “fur”iends. Also, in attendance at PigDog will be Beacon Animal Shelter with items to auction and pups to adopt. Visit for more information.


Dog-Friendly Accommodations

When you’re on vacation, it’s often hard to find accommodations to suit the entire family. Below is a list of pet-friendly places in the Wildwoods. Please call to confirm that the hotel/motel of interest welcomes dogs. Also visit and select the ‘pet-friendly’ tab on the left to see all the pet-friendly places to stay.


Some pet-friendly hotels/motels are:*


Admiral Resort Motel
7200 Ocean Avenue, Wildwood Crest



Brittany Motel

3710 Atlantic Avenue, Wildwood



Esplanade Suites
230 East Taylor Avenue, Wildwood


Hotel Cabana
423 East 23rd Street, North Wildwood

The Hen Houses
156 E. Taylor Avenue, Wildwood


Island Breeze Motel
411 East 26th Avenue, North Wildwood

Jade East Motel

510 East 4th Avenue, North Wildwood


Madison Resorts (Select rooms at Royal Tower)

7201 Ocean Avenue, Wildwood Crest


Monaco Motel
4211 Ocean Avenue, Wildwood

Red Horse on the Lake
7705 New Jersey Avenue, Wildwood Crest

Rus Mar Motel
5010 Ocean Avenue, Wildwood Crest

Sandy Shores Resort

2511 Atlantic Avenue, North Wildwood


Skylark Resort Motel
3917 Atlantic Avenue, Wildwood


The Shore House
422 E. 16th Avenue, Wildwood

Tide Winds Motel
231 E. Davis Avenue, Wildwood

*Pet policies are subject to change. Please check with the property for the latest policy on pets.


For more information about the Wildwoods, visit or call 800-992-9732.   



5 Glaring Signs Your Love Might Be Headed for a Cliff!

It’s the question that keeps you up at night, after you’ve binged through your favorite series and are left alone with nothing but your thoughts and a slightly snoring partner. Is your love built to last or is it time to call a relationship roadside assistance? A certain dating expert has crept into the spotlight with a flashlight, guiding lost souls with their five clues that signal your romantic boat is more like the Titanic post-iceberg.

First off, peek into your crystal ball and ask if your visions for the future align. If your dream house involves a picket fence and theirs is an RV, you might have issues. And do you get an Oscar nod when pretending to care about their passions? If yes, tune up your acting skills, because the expert suggests indifference is a no-go for long-term love. Also, if your bicker-to-kiss ratio is higher than that of a reality TV couple, you might be in trouble. Lastly, if you find more sparks in a wet matchbook than in your chemistry, and your trust-o-meter is broken, it’s possibly time to hit the love eject button.

As harsh as it sounds, perhaps it’s not all doom and gloom. Knowing what doesn’t work could be the first step towards fixing what can—or at least saving you from a future with someone who thinks anchovies are a great pizza topping. The choice, as they say, is yours!

Two Legends, One Stage: Daryl Hall and Elvis Costello Coming To Jersey!

Daryl Hall and Elvis Costello are gearing up to make your summer playlist come to life—live and in the flesh! Imagine a musical cocktail that’s one part blue-eyed soul shaken with a twist of punk-influenced rock ‘n’ roll. The exciting news is that these two powerhouses are hitting the road together for a 22-show co-headlining North American tour. It’s like the universe decided to throw music lovers a bone after all these years, and we’re here for it.

The tour, which pairs the Hall & Oates co-founder with Elvis Costello & The Imposters featuring Charlie Sexton, is set to kick off in stylish and spirited fashion. With these icons sharing the billing, fans can expect a fusion of classic hits and live energy that’ll have everyone reminiscing the good old days while enjoying the now. Hold on to your vintage concert tees, folks, because this summer is about to get a serious dose of legendary tunes!


Here are the two shows closest to us!

Wed Jul 10 – Philadelphia, PA – TD Pavilion at the Mann 

Thu Jul 18 – Holmdel, NJ – PNC Bank Arts Center  

Say It Ain't Soda: Man Foregoes Water for 50 Years, Opts for Coca-Cola Instead!

Would you believe someone could live on a liquid diet devoid of water and purely comprised of Coca-Cola for half a century? Meet Roberto Pedreira, a 70-year-old gentleman with a carbonation fixation that would make fizzy drink aficionados foam at the mouth. This man claims that for the last 50 years, not a single drop of water has passed his lips, just an unwatered-down devotion to the classic cola.

Doctors are scratching their heads, and probably checking his blood work for traces of the Real Thing, as Pedreira’s bizarre beverage choice isn’t exactly in line with the nutritional pyramid. And when it’s time to take his medicine, forget about a sip of H2O—this guy wants his pills with a side of pop. Despite the potential health pitfalls of such a diet, it seems that Pedreira has somehow defied conventional wisdom and hydration norms to keep on ticking with a Coke in hand.

As we ponder the implications of such an unconventional diet, it’s tough not to wonder about Pedreira’s grocery bills. It’s not clear whether he’s loyal to one particular brand of cola, but one thing’s for sure: his willpower to resist the lure of a crisp, refreshing glass of water is nothing short of astounding—or questionably sane.


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