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HISTORIC COLD SPRING VILLAGE CIVIL & REVOLUTIONARY WAR ENCAMPMENT
Catch the patriotic spirit and get your Fall started with a bang at the Jersey Cape by checking out a Revolutionary and Civil War Encampment at Historic Cold Spring Village. In this episode Host Cleve Bryan speaks with HCSV chief operating officer John Ryan about the encampment weekend (9/10-9/11/22), the war history of the Jersey Cape and about the line up of Fall events at the Village. LISTEN HERE
OCEAN NEW JERSEY'S NIGHT IN VENICE
It's a one of a kind bayfront block party and boat parade that dates back to the turn of the 20th century. In this episode host Cleve Bryan talks with an organizer of Ocean New Jersey's Night in Venice celebration and Miss Night in Venice 2022 Gracie Anderson. LISTEN HERE
RECREATIONAL FISHING AT THE JERSEY CAPE
Whether you have never tried it or you are looking for a new adventure, the opportunities are endless for recreational fishing at the Jersey Cape. In this episode host Cleve Bryan learns about the types of fish you can catch, the types of trips you can take and other ways to wet a fishing line with Captain Rob Moss of Moover charter fishing and Capt Irv Hurd of the Miss Avalon. LISTEN HERE
BEACHCOMBING FOR SEASHELLS & OTHER NATURAL TREASURES
No matter how old you are, there's alway something to discover when you walk the beach at the Jersey Cape looking for seashells and other natural treasures. In this episode host Cleve Bryan speaks to Danielle "Miss Ocean" DeJesse, a marine science educator, and Paul Urban, co-owner of the Discovery Seashell Museum in Ocean City, about the interesting items you can find along the shoreline at the Jersey Cape. LISTEN HERE
SUMMER JITNEY SERVICE: OCEAN CITY AND THE WILDWOODS
Tired of looking for parking when you're taking the family to the boardwalk, or looking for a cheap and safe way to go out on the night scene this summer?
Ocean City, NJ and the Wildwoods have just what you need - new shuttle services through the Jitney Association. What's a Jitney? Find out in this episode of the Jersey Cape Podcast as host Cleve Bryan speaks with Ben Rose from the Greater Wildwoods Tourism Authority and Daniel Kelchner from the City of Ocean City.
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CAPE MAY MUSIC FESTIVAL
Music is in the air at the Jersey Cape with the Cape May Music Festival taking place from May 1 through June 30th, 2022. The eight-week event features approximately 15 indoor and outdoor performances with classical, chamber, jazz, brass band and Americana music. In this episode of the podcast, host Cleve Bryan speaks with Susan Krysiak whose organization Cape May MAC organizes the festival, as well as from Jed Gaylin, music director of the Bay Atlantic Symphony, and Eliot Bailen, artistic director of the New York Chamber Ensemble. LISTEN HERE
UNDERGROUND RAILROAD TROLLEY TOUR
Cape May, NJ is getting new international attention thanks to the release of Travel with Tubman: Let Harriet Tubman Guide You on the Journey of a Lifetime, a new trip planning tool created by the National Park Service and available on the NPS app. It takes travelers to 13 stops along Tubman's life and the Underground Railroad. In this edition of the podcast hear from Susan Krysiak from the Cape May MAC about their Underground Railroad Trolley Tour which is one of the 13 stops. LISTEN HERE
LOCALLY MADE PRODUCTS: PART ONE
The Jersey Cape offers a wide variety of locally made products, some of which have gained national recognition. In this edition of the Jersey Cape Podcast learn how Hank Sauce got its name and logo from roots in Sea Isle City, and how the Bath Time shop in Cape May makes one of a kind scents for every application from beards to baby showers. LISTEN HERE
LOCALLY MADE PRODUCTS: PART TWO
Anyone with a sweet tooth or who likes to graze on tasty treats as they stroll along the beaches and boardwalks of the Jersey Cape needs to listen to this episode. Host Cleve Bryan speaks with Douglass Candies in Wildwood and Johnson's Popcorn in Ocean City to find out what has made them some of the area's longest-running and most recognizable confectionery creators. LISTEN HERE
COZY GETAWAYS AT THE JERSEY CAPE
While you can't beat summer fun at the Jersey Cape, there's so much to see and do in the Fall, Winter and Spring seasons. On this episode of the Jersey Cape Podcast hear about what to do and a few places to stay for a cozy off-season getaway. Host Cleve Bryan speaks with Sne Avichal, innkeeper at the Scarborough Inn in Ocean City, and Kelly-Ann Kripfgans, marketing manager at the Grand Hotel in Cape May. LISTEN HERE
THE HISTORIC FLANDERS HOTEL IN OCEAN CITY
Offering more advice on planning a cozy offseason getaway to the Jersey Cape, host Cleve Bryan speaks with Peter Voudouris, the hotel and banquet operations director at the historic Flanders Hotel in Ocean City, NJ. Learn how this landmark property, built in 1923, blends vintage with modern decor to help visitors feel like they're back in the Roaring 20's. LISTEN HERE
CAMPING AT THE JERSEY CAPE
While getting back to nature is certainly one goal of the camping experience at the Jersey Cape, reserving a site at one of the dozens of campgrounds won’t require much “roughing” it. At the nearly 50 campgrounds nestled in the wooded landscape of the Jersey Cape, the “resort” status is evident by the waterslides, arcades, stocked fishing ponds, organized kids activities and numerous other amenities geared toward easy-living and family fun. LISTEN HERE
COLD SPRING VILLAGE & JERSEY CAPE HISTORY
Learn about early life at the Jersey Cape where whaling gave way to farming as settlers tapped into the rich natural resources. A visit to Historic Cold Spring Village and Brewery is not only a trip back in time, it's a place to enjoy a tasty brew with friends. LISTEN HERE
HARRIET TUBMAN MUSEUM
Recently opened during the pandemic, the Harriet Tubman Museum shares the story of an American heroine who historians say spent several years working in Cape May to fund her work freeing slaves. LISTEN HERE
WOMEN IN BUSINESS
The Jersey Cape is home to a large number of women-owned businesses which provide many of the iconic goods and services that visitors enjoy. LISTEN HERE
BIRDING
Regarded as one of the most important habitats in North America for migrant birds, learn what "birding" is all about at the Jersey Cape. LISTEN HERE
JERSEY CAPE WINE TRAIL
Having received a special wine region designation, hear from several of the local winemakers about makes a trip on Jersey Cape Wine Trail so unique. LISTEN HERE
LIFEGUARDING
Taking a family portrait next to a rescue boat is a Jersey Cape thing. Learn what it takes to be a lifeguard and how the proud Beach Patrol traditions continue. LISTEN HERE
SURFING
One of the East Coast's premier surfing spots, the Jersey Cape has a long surfing tradition. Hear from one of the legends whose family started making their own boards decades ago. LISTEN HERE
OCEAN CITY BOARDWALK
What trip to the Jersey Cape is complete without treading some planks on the famous boardwalks. Hear from one of the families who made Ocean City's Boardwalk the gem of America's Greatest Family Resort. LISTEN HERE
WILDWOOD BOARDWALK
There's something for everyone on the Widwood Boardwalk. Learn the thought process behind the carnival atmosphere that takes fun to new limits. LISTEN HERE

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