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Eden By The Sea

The Dune House was a favorite spot for Bunny and Paul Mellon who enjoyed the understated elegance of the cottage on the dunes.

Rachel “Bunny” Mellon and her husband, Paul, could have chosen any exquisite corner of the globe as the summer holiday retreat for their growing family. Read more…

As She Sees It

A conversation with Cape Cod artist Valerie Leri.

Valerie Leri’s home studio glows with beams of sunlight streaming in from several windows. Read more…

Steeped in Sweetness

Savor tea—and tasty fare—at Cape shops, restaurants, & inns.

Traditionally, we have thought of the tearoom as a gathering spot for the female gender—a quaint and quiet place where women can socialize and enjoy a cup of tea, perhaps with light fare such as sandwiches, soups, salads, and pastries. Read more…

It Was Unbelievable

Cape residents, weather experts recall the New England Hurricane of 1938.

Ginny Dunham Hutchinson was 14 and a student at the Barnstable Senior/Junior High School when she and some friends walked to the beach on the afternoon of September 22, 1938. Read more…

Freeze Frames

Winter Photography Tips from our Professional Photographers.

Fearing neither wind, nor ice, nor sleet, nor snow, out into the elements, does the intrepid photographer, go. Read more…

Sailing On: Centerville museum exhibit focuses on Donald McKay’s life work

The mastermind behind some of America’s fastest clipper ships is the focus of an exhibit at the Centerville Historical Museum.

For one brief, glorious period, prior to a tidal wave of steam-powered boats, the swiftest, tallest, most beautiful sailing ships ever built rode the crest of popularity on the high seas. Read more…

Ripe with Activity: A Preview of Autumn Fairs and Harvests

Cape Cod Autumn Fairs, Festivals and Events...

Though famous worldwide as a haven for beachgoers and summer getaways, the attractions of the Cape do not wither after Labor Day. In fact, you could say many are just coming to life. In September and October, numerous events are scheduled across the peninsula where you can revel in the Cape’s bountiful local harvest. From pumpkins to scallops, cranberries to oysters, there’s something here for every discerning palate. Read more…

Veiled Power: Examining the role of women in Tennessee Williams’ plays

At this year’s Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival, the art of feminine illusion in the playwright’s famous—and little known—plays takes center stage.

The intriguing female characters in Tennessee Williams’ plays take center stage in this year’s Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival. Read more…

Local Flavor

At times, it seems as if our food comes from a far-off place, finding its way onto our dinner plates from parts unknown. Read more…

Provincetown Muse

Sculptor Danielle Mailer’s visual vocabulary is inspired by cherished Cape Cod memories.

The inspiration for Danielle Mailer’s colorful artwork—often depicting the female form along with dogs, cats, horses, and fish—comes from her longtime relationship with Provincetown’s unique landscape and culture. Read more…

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