Man Finds Old Wildwood Newspapers Under an Old Floor in Wildwood, NJ.

So, we’re remodeling our home in Wildwood that has been in my wife’s family for generations.

A few days ago my son and Scott, one of the guys who work with me, (I like to say work with me instead of for me) told me they found newspapers under a floor we were replacing in a bedroom.  Not thinking about it I said, OK! 


Today my wife said to me “I took the newspapers out of the trash, I said,”what newspapers” she said “the ones that were under the old floor, they are from 1964 and older” I said “WHAT?” Thanks to my wonderful wife who looked at them and took ’em out of the trash or they would have been GONE!

 There is lot of them so I’m going to start scanning them and posting on our facebook page here>

How to Survive 2 days of bad weather in The Wildwoods.

Don’t cancel your room! Book one and get some great shots from your oceanfront hotel room. 

There are a lot of things to do on a rainy day in The Woods! Here is a list of some great places to go a rainy day!


George F. Boyer Historical Museum


The George F. Boyer Historical Museum is a small historical museum focusing on preserving the history of the Wildwoods. Attractions include various exhibits relating to local history and abundant Wildwood memorabilia.

The Doo Wop Preservation League


Take a trip back in time by visiting the Doo Wop Preservation League Museum. Help preserve the retro style and architecture by planning a visit today to see vintage pop culture and imagery from the 50’s and 60’s.


Island Bowl


Island Bowl offers traditional and Moonlight bowling, and hosts birthday parties and special events. They also serve pizza and other refreshments, and have a video game arcade and a sports bar, the Islander Lounge.


Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum


The historic Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum is an educational museum that features flight simulator games, a 1940s exhibit room, and an air traffic control tower. The museum displays 26 planes and helicopters.


Ed’s Funcade


A wide range of games are available at Ed’s Funcade on the Boardwalk. Popular video games, classic arcade games, and casino games like video poker are available in addition to frequent tournaments.

Mariners Arcade

Located on the Wildwood Boardwalk, Mariner’s Arcade is an indoor amusement facility with an array of video and redemption games. The arcade also features video poker and other gambling machines.

The Doo Wop Preservation League Museum


Take a trip back in time by visiting the Doo Wop Preservation League Museum. Help preserve the retro style and architecture by planning a visit today to see vintage pop culture and imagery from the 50’s and 60’s.

Cape May Brewing Company

1288 HORNET RD, CAPE MAY, NJ 08242

A guided tour of the brewery and taste of the beer is offered by the Cape May Brewing Company. The brewery tour provides the opportunity to see the process of brewing

Cape May County Historical Museum


Featuring a genealogical library, Cape May County Historical Museum highlights the history of the region by showcasing historical artifacts for the public. The museum is housed in a historic building with a doctor’s office, child’s room, and sitting room.

The first beach concert in Wildwood this summer has been announced by Songbird Entertainment.

Summer Concert Will Rock Wildwood Beach

Songbird Entertainment Announces Summer Concert in Wildwood, NJ

WILDWOOD – The City of Wildwood will open its wide, sandy beach this summer to one of the most anticipated concerts of the season. The concert, originally scheduled to play Bader Field in Atlantic City has been moved to one of America’s favorite beach resort locations – Wildwood New Jersey.

Songbird Entertainment, in conjunction with Solid Enuff Consulting, is pleased to announce “Rockin’ in the 80s – Presented by Redi Vodka,” a classic rock music concert on the beach in Wildwood, Sat., Aug. 19. Tickets go on sale 10 a.m. Wed., July 19 via or call (609) 541-1303 for more information

This musical trip down memory lane will be headlined by legendary funk band, War, best known for infusing various rhythms of funk, rock, Latin, blues, jazz and reggae to deliver favorites including “Low Rider,” “The Cisco Kid,” “Why Can’t We Be Friends” and many more hits that crossed cultural and racial barriers.

Celebrated 80s rock with Journey former lead vocalist, Steve Augeri, is also set to take the stage. Performing some of their most popular singles like the cross-generational mega hit, “Don’t Stop Believing,” Billboard chart topper “Open Arms” and many of their 18 Top 40 singles.

Classic rock group Asia, featuring John Payne, will also perform. You can expect the audience to dance, sing and reminisce when the first few chords of “Only Time Will Tell,” “Don’t Cry,” “Sole Survivor” and of course, “Heat of the Moment” are heard.

“Bringing this concert to the Wildwood beach took persistence and hard work,” said Wildwood Commissioner Pete Byron. “I, along with the team from Song bird Entertainment and Solid Enuff Consulting, worked diligently to find the perfect place to stage this concert,” said Byron. “And Wildwood’s fantastic beach was the unanimous choice.” Byron, who oversees the city’s Department of Beach Services, was instrumental in making sure Wildwood’s 2017 beach concert season included “Rockin’ in the 80s.”

Michael Selvanto of Song bird Entertainment said, “Wildwood offers a beautiful beach, tons of boardwalk fun, great eateries and local businesses, making it the summer sweet spot for families from near and far. We are thrilled that the city of Wildwood is welcoming us with open arms to entertain the residents and visitors of this wonderful city.”

Selvanto holds an extensive and impressive resume in the music and broadcast industry, including producing and recording or performing with legends of the 50s, 60s and 70s including, Elvis Presley. In addition, he was pivotal in the success of two of America’s largest and iconic music festivals, Woodstock and Live 8

“Wildwood’s wide beach is the perfect place for a concert of this magnitude,” said Byron. “For years Wildwood served as a musical mecca for world-class entertainment. I am confident that by working to bring concerts like “Rockin’ in the 80s” to our beach Wildwood will regain its reputation as one of America’s premier summer beach concert venues.”

“There’s nothing like a great beach concert and the picturesque horizon of Wildwood provides the perfect backdrop for ‘Rockin’in the 80s’,” says Co-Producer Joe Pignatelli of Solid Enuff Consulting; a New Jersey company offering custom operational, marketing and entertainment solutions to the hospitality and entertainment business

Redi Vodka, a luxury spirit company will introduce their premium product to the marketplace as the presenting sponsor of “Rockin’ in the 80s.” Redi Vodka launches with distribution in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York with plans to cover all U.S. cities by year’s end.
“Rockin’in the 80s,” a rain or shine event, hits the beach stage at Boardwalk and Garfield Avenue. The festival-like atmosphere is sure to be a crowd pleaser with gates opening at 11 a.m., local music at 1 p.m. and showtime at 5 p.m.

Tickets are available for sale at 10 a.m. on Wed., July 19th via or call (609) 541-1303 for more information.

For vending opportunities contact Phil Esposito at or email for other event inquiries.