Saturday, April 17, 2010
Convention Hall & Knitter News
Convention Hall dominates debate among Cape May council candidates - pressofAtlanticCity.com
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When it comes to Convention Hall, all I know is that my children dancing with Al Raymond's Band used to be a highlight of every trip. A tradition going back DECADES. And that's gone. It didn't matter what the Hall looked like. What mattered is that it was there and open for business.
And in other news...
WEST CAPE MAY - The mysterious Salty Knitters who decorated this borough with their work on fences, trees, utility poles and stop signs have taken another hit. Someone removed all their multi-colored knitting from Wilbraham Park and other public spaces two weeks ago, and now someone has stolen their work from private property, Higher Grounds Cafe on the corner of W. Perry Street and Park Boulevard. t was the last display of the knitters and thought to be some of their finest work with a number of knitted roses on a wrought iron gate, at least a dozen wrapped poles, a tree covered in a sort of sweater and horse hitching post wearing a knitted handkerchief.