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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Artist Profile: Maralyn Menghini

The pride a parent possesses for a child is not a rare thing, but the reverse, the pride a child…

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Artist Profile: Russell Gordon

There are some pieces art of that are immediately evocative of a bygone era—in other words, timeless. It’s more than…

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Cape Art Classes

these local arts centers are sure to bring out the inner artist in you At the heart of the reason…

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100 years of history! Learn more about Puritan Cape Cod.

Puritan Cape Cod celebrates its centennial The world has changed a lot in 100 years. In 1919, the end of…

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What does a builder’s home look like? We caught up with Deborah Paine to find out

Builder Deborah Paine has carved out a special home in an unlikely place For Deborah Paine, a life’s path that…

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Retro kitchen on Cape Cod

An intrepid couple discover what is old is new again with the help of REEF Builders In the 1939 classic…

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Renting on Cape Cod? Find out how this company is different from the rest!

Del Mar Vacations is shaking up the rental market on Cape Cod…in a good way. Interior designer Cathy Kert dusts…

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Village LIFE: The Allure of Orleans

This charming enclave at the elbow of Cape Cod has a little something for everybody If you view Cape Cod…

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Village LIFE: Explore the village of Falmouth

Traditions of Old and New Await The town of Falmouth was named in 1602 by Bartholomew Gosnold (after his homeport…

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