Where to Be When Kenny Rolls into Town...

As Wildwood braces itself for the arrival of country superstar Kenny Chesney and his FREE concert event on Wildwood’s own beach, we here at “Blast” are here to give you all the details on where and when to celebrate. Check out our list of all the Wildwood favorite hotspots to hit for a good time both before and after Kenny takes the stage.
Ice House Restaurant & Bar
4415 Park... Read More


Legacy of Excellence at M.S. Brown Jewelers

M.S. Brown Jewelers, the oldest jewelry store in Cape May County, has built a legacy of premium jewelry selection, repair, and customer service. Milton and Sylvia Brown opened the doors of their flagship store in 1950 on Pacific Avenue in downtown Wildwood. Through dedication and quality service, the Brown’s developed an excellent reputation that continues today. A Bowman and Bulova certified... Read More


Ever-Expanding Westy's Irish Pub

After years and years of experience and hundreds and hundreds of happy patrons, Westy’s Irish Pub & Restaurant of North Wildwood has achieved the status of great dining and entertainment in the perfect pub atmosphere. Westy’s is a descendant of West Tavern of Philadelphia, opened by owner Art West’s father in 1943. Art brought his lifelong pub saavy to East Walnut Ave. in North Wildwood in... Read More

Mixology 101 - Drink of the Week

Chocolate or Mint Chocolate Chip? Passion Fruit or Chunky Monkey? No, these are not the questions of a conflicted ice-cream lover. Rather, these are the questions of a diner trying to choose from Beach Creek Oyster Bar & Grille’s 30+ specialty martinis. To make your choice a bit easier, “Blast” is here with our martini review and this week’s drink of the week. Bartender Jacques skillfully... Read More

Mixology 101 - Bartender of the Week

The deck at Lighthouse Pointe Restaurant has a reputation for the lively characters and performers who have long made it the premiere location for casual and unique waterfront entertainment. In fact, the term “Deckertainment” was coined to specifically reference these personalities. The backbone of this “Deckertainment” is the team of deck bartenders who keep patrons’ thirst quenched and the... Read More


Rockin' Out with Wesley Ochs

Singer and guitarist Wesley Ochs, originally from Montgomery and Bucks Counties of Pennsylvania, has been a top performer in Cape May County in recent years. Playing both acoustic and electric guitar, he is more than capable of playing an array of music for any type of audience. He sings classic rock, ballads, alternative and modern rock, island/reggae, oldies, country and party favorites and... Read More


Gotta Have That...Shopping Finds! - Hat Craze

While the perfect tan is considered essential by most Cape May County summer guests and residents, achieving this level of bronze is a delicate art. A lobster-red sunburn doesn’t suit anyone, not to mention the health hazards severe sunburns can pose. That’s why we set out on a quest to find the most effective and stylish protective headwear to keep your moneymaker shaded from harsh UV rays.... Read More


What to Do When Skies Aren't Blue...

What to do when a stormy forecast clouds big plans for a beautiful Cape May County day? When in doubt, an afternoon at the movies is a classic choice, and the summer of 2012 promises highly anticipated new releases.
The Amazing Spider-Man is set to tell an untold chapter of the Peter Parker story and premieres everywhere in 3D on July 3rd. The Amazing Spider-Man is directed by Marc Webb... Read More


Summer Wine Review with Joe Canal's

Where to begin looking for a perfect summer wine among racks and racks of choices? Here at “Blast”, I consulted our knowledgable friends at Joe Canal’s Discount Liquor of Rio Grande. Greeted at the door by district manager for Kobrand Corporation and recipient of a Wine & Spirit Education Trust Diploma, Becky McNulty, I learned more than I could have ever imagined.
Spring and summer... Read More


Cowboy Cool - Wildwood's "Kenny" Style

Country style came to Wildwood like never before the night of June 20th as anxious concertgoers from a huge range of surrounding areas gathered at the foot of the massive stage. Once used by Pink Floyd and requiring over 300 laborers to assemble, this stage was fit for only the biggest of country stars - Kenny Chesney himself. A crowd of 20,000 fans buzzed excitedly as the sun set over the... Read More