Author: Julie Craven Wagner

Julie Craven Wagner has been a contributing writer to Cape Cod LIFE for a number of years and the editor of Cape Cod HOME since 2016. She also serves on the editorial board for Cape Cod ART. Growing up on the Outer Cape has given her a unique perspective of life on Cape Cod, from tip to bridge, and that is reflected in her appreciation and presentation of stories found within the pages of our publications. Julie lives in North Falmouth with her husband, Eric, and their yellow lab, Bode. When she finds free time, she enjoys her Cape Cod life sailing on Buzzards Bay, spending time on the beach in Wellfleet, or exploring Martha’s Vineyard.

Julie Wagner

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La cucina paradiso

The owners of Nonna Elena in East Sandwich are turning Cape Cod kitchens into slices of heaven A great idea can…

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Residence Redux: Laying the groundwork

Part three of our series about the Laverty residence in the Nye’s Neck area of North Falmouth examines how the…

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Festive Feasts

A great party requires an appetizing menu. The following three caterers, voted “Best” by our readers, offer top-notch food selections…

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For the love of floribunda

This low-maintenance, high-reward rose is a true delight Would a rose by any other name really be the same? In the…

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In Living Color

Marsha Malone of Nautique answers the call for color without sacrificing sophistication For Sheila Sheeran, her passions are immediately evident.…

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Residence Redux: Reaping the harvest

An avid gardener puts down roots for the future generations In the second installment of our “Home for the Year”…

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Designing Woman

Joan Peters of Osterville shares images of the Cape and islands with the world There are many different ways to…

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Residence Redux: A home for the future

Drum roll please… We are excited to introduce our “Home for the Year,” where we will examine the private and…

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Family Fundamentals

For McPhee Associates and M. Duffany Builders, the lessons learned over two generations prove that nice guys finish first Bob…

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