MAC successfully using social media to reach millennials

  Special to the Star and Wave There are many stereotypical generalizations made about every generation, especially millennials. One such suggestion is that millennials are historically ignorant. The Huffington Post stated millennials are the most educated generation in U.S. history. The millennial women who work at the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts and Humanities (MAC)… Continue reading MAC successfully using social media to reach millennials

Tattoos help millennial women establish identity

Special to the Star and Wave Editor's note: Puzzled at seeing a number of women of the millennial age group sporting tattoos, i asked writer Rachel Shubin, a millennial, what attracted that generation to having permanent artwork on their bodies. Tattoos are permanent, but generational ideals are subject to change. Millennials enjoy indulging in the… Continue reading Tattoos help millennial women establish identity

A journalist’s response to Capital Gazette shootings

A week ago, I started getting push news app alerts that there was a potential shooting incident in Annapolis, Md. I closed my eyes and wished that it wasn't another  mass shooting. We are currently living in a world where mass shootings occur far too often, because (among many issues) the current administration is in… Continue reading A journalist’s response to Capital Gazette shootings

Millennials offer mixed outlooks on living in Cape May

Special to the Star and Wave Millennials are alive and well in Cape May, and surviving on more than avocado toast and cold-brew coffee. Rumor has it that their affinity for avocado toast and coffee is one of the reasons millennials cannot afford to buy their own homes. Australian millionaire and property mogul Tim Gurner… Continue reading Millennials offer mixed outlooks on living in Cape May

Cove Beach clean-up starts with picking up one piece of trash

by Rachel Shubin Special to the Cape May Star & Wave Newspaper CAPE MAY- A Villas resident is making waves by organizing a beach clean-up event. Eighteen-year-old Jill Simons has planned a clean-up event at the Cove Beach in partnership with the 1 Piece Each organization. Simons became an ambassador for 1 Piece Each by… Continue reading Cove Beach clean-up starts with picking up one piece of trash