Elaine the Rollerskater

Most of you know the lovely, friendly Elaine Youngs who works at North Wildwood CVS, but did you know that she spent most of her life on rollerskates? She

Wildwood’s History of Hairdressers & Barbers


Inconspicuous Attractions on the Wildwood Boardwalk

by Dorothy Kulisek In the midst of a perfect Wildwood day, have you ever stopped to notice some of the wonderfully creative details that abound on this special island? I

Memorial Day 2018 Editor Letter

As I head into my 15th season of The Sun, it is with a grateful heart that I reflect on its humble beginnings by-the-sea, a nostalgic love letter to the

Treadmill to The Sun

The Kulisek SUN team “Gratitude is the memory of the heart.” ~Jean Baptiste Massieu from the Editor: It is with a grateful heart that I reflect on the humble beginnings of The

Wildwood’s Urban Renewal & the Gannon’s

(photos) Then & Now on the NW corner of Wildwood & Atlantic Aves.
by Anne Vinci
For those of us that enjoyed the “Doo Wop” Era of the 50s

The History of Wildwood Parks

by Cathy Tchorni Would you be surprised to know that Wildwood used to have a fresh water pond? It did! Read on... Originally Wildwood was a spit of densely covered oak, holly

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

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