Author: Mary Grauerholz

Hatchville resident Mary Grauerholz is a former Cape Cod LIFE editor and a contributor to Cape Cod Life Publications. Some of Mary’s many articles have included a study of wild orchids that can be found on the Cape and Islands and a history piece on Donald MacMillan—the man for whom MacMillan Pier in Provincetown is named.

Mary Grauerholz

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Donald MacMillan, Provincetown’s Heroic Explorer

Remembering the man for whom MacMillan Pier is named MacMillan Pier (or Wharf) in Provincetown, home of one of the…

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For What it’s Worth

Local art and antique dealers share a few appraising tips   Almost 10 years ago, a woman walked into Kahn…

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Capturing the Ocean’s Moods

The artist shares her secrets The magnetic effect of Jeanne Rosier Smith’s paintings en plein air (French for “in the…

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Riding the Wave

Jeanne Rosier Smith’s paintings capture the ever-changing grandeur of the ocean. For Jeanne Rosier Smith, painting is an immersion of…

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Classic Chic

An elegant new beachside community reflects the Cape’s cottage colony legacy. One of Cape Cod’s most striking cultural markers—the beachside…

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Seaside Magicians

Mackenzie & Company is transforming coastal interiors with a whimsical, yet sophisticated sense of color and texture—and some fun touches…

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Rare, wild, and ephemeral — Orchids

An Orleans resident shares his passion for wild local orchids Cloaked in an aura of mystery and sculptural beauty, orchids…

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Home Sale Staging Artistry

An interior designer transforms care-worn homes for sale into high profile showcase listings. Call it theater in the square. Beth…

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Yoga For You

From loose limbs and solid abs, to mental clarity and emotional contentment, the perks of yoga have been extolled from…

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