Flying with Miss Wildwood Gables & Bill James

by Dorothy Kulisek / Meg Corcoran An article in the Wildwood museum about James states “For most Wildwood residents, a brief flight in James’ bi-plane was their first experience in the

With Love from your Editor

Can I sail through the changing ocean tide, can I handle the seasons of my life? These are just some of the questions I ask myself on a beautiful, sunny day

Treadmill to The Sun: The Kulisek family makes Wildwood History

Here is our story. . .
Dorothy, who owns her very own pair of ruby red slippers, ironically wasn’t wearing them when she set out to find her own Land

An Old Wildwood Family Tree

BY MEG CORCORAN/DOROTHY KULISEK Author and educator Helen Keller once said, “A man can’t make a place for himself in the sun if he keeps taking refuge under the family tree.” Fortunately,

Our Porch

By Al "Butch" Love While collecting my thoughts about my favorite place to be by the sea, I wondered, how can I write a story about our porch and make it

This Old Hereford Inlet House

by Dorothy Kulisek / Meg Corcoran Being a sailor, he needed to be closer to the sea. During a drive to the northern end of the island, Anton, his wife,

My North Wildwood

by Joe Costello / Joe Z We spent many mornings walking the hard sand by the edge of the sea with our grandmother. She, hunting for conchs for her delicious salads

SHOOBIE SHUFFLE- Uncle Eddie Berg, The Boy Who Fell in Love with Wildwood

By AL ALVEN of The sun was just beginning to rise over the factories and smokestacks of Kensington, as 11-year-old Eddie Berg peered out of his bedroom window. A sense

Wildwood by-the-Sea, NJ – A Special Place

By Megan Meehan After years spent living all over the country and travelling the world, Patty Dodge has returned to Wildwood to give her family a taste of her childhood. “I

Our Special Bathing Beauty

"The angels are always near to those who are grieving, to whisper to them that their loved ones are safe in the arms of God." Kelly Ann McMonagle, 21, of Northeast