Author: Amanda Wastrom

Amanda Wastrom is a writer based in East Sandwich, where she lives with her husband and kids, a flock of chickens, an overgrown garden, and some feisty honeybees. With a background in education, art, and history, she also works as a curator and designer for museums and galleries throughout the region. She has interviewed many local artists in recent years for Cape Cod LIFE’s annual Cape Cod ART issue, and in 2016 she penned an article on a prestigious exhibit of Japanese artwork on display at Falmouth’s Highfield Hall & Gardens.

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Cotuit shop sells antiques, vegetables, and much more

A Cotuit couple’s shop is a celebration of their many passions. “Being involved in the basics is not a bad…

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From Land And Sea

CSA: Community Supported Agriculture is a win/win solution for Cape Codders in search of fresh fare. If you’re having trouble…

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Springtime Secrets

Four local naturalists share their favorite places to savor the arrival of spring. Spring comes slowly to Cape Cod. Still,…

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Ocean Wedding

Cape Cod’s natural beauty and a historic mansion frame a perfect seaside wedding. Most people who live on Cape Cod…

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Brightening the Day

The best time to visit Joan Peters’ shop may be on one of those cold, dreary New England days. This…

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Out of the Box

A Cape Cod artist dares to be different designing—and building—her own stylish, sustainable home that she describes as “a Manhattan…

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Ingrained in Cape Cod

A new line of locally handcrafted furniture shines at West Barnstable’s Pastiche. Some things beg to be touched: cashmere sweaters,…

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