Imagine a new kitchen that is comfortable, spacious, and user-friendly for adults. Now, picture that same room as a safe, warm, and fun space for eight frequent, energetic visitors—who all happen to be grandchildren.
Cape Cod and the Islands are fertile territory when it comes to finding natural materials for holiday decorations. We are especially lucky when it comes to evergreens like Juniper, Arborvitae, White Pine, Spruce, and Fir,… continue reading »
Fearing neither wind, nor ice, nor sleet, nor snow, out into the elements, does the intrepid photographer, go.
Natural Beauty Comparable to the National Seashore
This is my first note to you since Judy, Josh, Max and I moved to East Sandwich in September. In all of my years on Cape Cod, I have always lived in the Nantucket Sound,… continue reading »
Seaside Cuisine – A Guide to Cape & Islands Dining
A world apart from the noise of the city, Cape Cod has a culinary scene offering up a true melting pot of elegant entrees, locally sourced dishes, comfort food favorites, and seaside delights.
2013 Best of Cape & Islands Winners
Since 1993, Cape Cod Life has dedicated the pages of our June issue to answering one enduring question: Where can you find the best? And every year since, we have been humbled by the response… continue reading »
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More than 10,000 people flock to Nantucket for the three-day-long 39th Annual Christmas Stroll, the highlight of Nantucket Noel, a month-long celebration of the holiday season hosted by the Nantucket Chamber of Commerce. The festivities… continue reading »
In the winter, believe it or not, some folks stay outdoors while the rest crawl back inside. There’s the surfer who paddles through ice cream headaches to ride empty waves. The runner who primes her… continue reading »