2014 BRICC Awards

The red carpet was rolled out last month to 200 guests who attended the 2014 BRICC (Building and Remodeling Industry of Cape Cod) Awards at the Ridge Club in Sandwich. By every definition, this HB&RACC (Home Builders and Remodelers Association of Cape Cod) blockbuster of an evening was a success.
A blockbuster success for Cape Cod’s building and remodeling industries
“This was…

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Taking on Tough Topics with Love

In Love Anthony, Cape Cod author Lisa Genova delivers a compelling tale about the unexpected friendship that develops between two women struggling with very difficult questions—and the autistic boy who helps provide the answers. Inspired by her cousin Tracey’s autistic son, Anthony, Genova wrote the novel to raise awareness and inspire compassion for autistic individuals and their families, while simultaneously…

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Inspired by the Bay

A beautiful summer cottage overlooking Cape Cod Bay is a shining example of the success that can happen when a homeowner’s vision meets a build and design team’s creative ingenuity. Where a small, single-story ranch once stood now sits a two-story Cape style home that defines the casual lifestyle of this coastal region and embraces and reflects the relaxed atmosphere…

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Robyn Whaples

Robyn Whaples, a 2014 graduate of Sandwich High School, is on the path toward a career in animation, and she credits the “ArtWorks School to Careers” program sponsored by Heritage Museums & Gardens and the Cape and Islands Workforce Investment Board with cultivating her passion for this hot art form.

As a junior at Sandwich High School, Robyn participated in the…

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Sarah Van Sciver

Growing up in a family where she was immersed in all facets of the arts, it is no surprise that multi-talented musician and composer Sarah Van Sciver has an affinity for cultural organizations such as the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod, the Cape Symphony, Harwich Junior Theatre, the Cotuit Center for the Arts, and many more.

“My mother tells me I…

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Katie Most

When Katie Most arrived at the Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater (WHAT) for a college internship in 2006, she never could have guessed how a Cape Cod summer would alter her life. Most had just completed her junior year at Muhlenberg College where she was studying directing and she was eager to learn every facet of the theater business during an…

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It’s Really Going to be Grand

There is a certain sense of pride that comes with the designation “Oldest town on Cape Cod” and the citizens of Sandwich take very seriously the obligation of honoring and commemorating their quintessential town’s history. From the old town hall, to the picturesque Dexter Grist Mill, to the iconic boardwalk, Sandwich residents are careful to preserve the historic integrity that…

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