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Our Best and ‘Sacred’ Places

Our annual Best Of issue, when we share our readers’ choices for everything.

Since this is our annual Best Of issue, when we share our readers’ choices for everything from best fried clams to the best rainy day activity on the Cape and Islands, I thought I would share one of the best Letters to the Editor that I have received in 2013. Read more…

Lasting Beauty

Perennials—which can thrive in a garden for generations—add enduring color, scent, and texture to coastal gardens.

Perennials bloom “perennially”—year in, year out—providing a rainbow of colors, an array of textures, and both sweet and savory fragrance to flower gardens all season long. On these pages we share some perennial favorites for gardens by the sea. Read more…

Du Pain & Du Vin

A wine dinner at Pain D’Avignon is a francophile's—and a Cape Codder’s—delight.

In every season, Pain D’Avignon is a favorite with Cape Cod diners who love fine French cooking—especially classic dishes featuring fresh local ingredients, transformed with flair by talented chefs. Read more…

Cottage HOME

There’s something about living in a cottage. Maybe it’s because small, cozy spaces give such a feeling of comfort and safety. Read more…

Cape Magic

Personal touches - and some unscripted surprises - charmed this Cape Cod wedding.

The September morning of the wedding was overcast, with wispy fog rolling in on an easterly wind from Cape Cod Bay. Read more…

Nantucket Wine Festival welcomes new team

The nantucket wine festival returns to the island May 15 through 19, offering wine enthusiasts an intimate way to experience world-class wines and food in a famous coastal setting. Read more…

Natural Blessings

Mother Nature lends a hand for a memorable rehearsal dinner feast on Craigville Beach.

One of the best things about planning a rehearsal dinner on Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard, or Nantucket is that you usually don’t have to worry about decorations, or the setting of your event—Mother Nature often does that for you with effortless natural beauty. Read more…

Our Cape Journeys

Cape Cod and the Islands are the kinds of places where chance encounters—someone you meet on a beach, a person who smiles at you in a restaurant, a trip to Provincetown, a ferry boat ride to the Islands—can end up determining the path of your life forever.  Read more…

You live on the Cape… year ’round?

This is a sign that hangs on my office wall, given to me by a good friend who has a wonderful sense of humor and, as a native Cape Codder, has heard this question from far too many people in her life. Read more…

Hydrangea Days

Pink, green, purple, white, red. Dwarf, tree, shrub, and climbing. Besides the classic blue beauties, there’s a hydrangea out there for every landscape.

Hydrangeas have long been loved as Cape Cod’s quintessential flower, ever since Martha Stewart shared her affection for the flowering shrub with the world in the 1980s. Read more…

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