Author: Matthew J. Gill

Matthew Gill is the editor of Cape Cod LIFE and Cape Cod ART magazines. A graduate of U-Mass Dartmouth, Matthew has worked as a journalist since 2003 and has written on topics ranging from the sinking of Nantucket’s whale ship Essex and the history of the Barnstable-Falmouth Thanksgiving football rivalry, to the Cotuit Rowing Club, Provincetown’s Art’s Dune Tours, and more! A relative newcomer when it comes to the Cape, Matt and his wife Melissa just celebrated a Cape Cod-themed wedding.

Matt Gill

Articles By Name:

Two days in Dennis—a Cape Cod photo essay

Online only: Expanded story plus more photos of Dennis! Located on the Mid Cape, the town of Dennis stretches across…

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Falmouth golf course to host 2017 MGA Open Championship

In the last 12 months, TGC at Sacconnesset (formerly The Golf Club of Cape Cod) has experienced a healthy dose…

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For an uplifting Cape Cod adventure, try parasailing!

This high-flying activity offers amazing views, a peaceful ride and a mood-altering experience On a warm summer afternoon, a handful…

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Sandwich Photo Essay: A slice of life in one of Cape Cod’s prettiest towns

Online only: Expanded story plus more photos of Sandwich! The town of Sandwich is a special place. From its picturesque…

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Cape & Islands weddings: Twenty amazing local venues + more!

If wedding bells are in your future and you’re looking to save the date and then celebrate, flip through the…

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Best Cape & Islands recipes: 44 creations from establishments voted “Best” by Cape Cod LIFE readers

Presenting Cape Cod LIFE’s second annual ‘Best of’ recipe section   For this, our second annual “Best of” recipe section,…

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It’s been 70 great years for the Cotuit Kettleers

A brief history of the Cape Cod Baseball League’s winningest team Fans of the Cape Cod Baseball League who tuned…

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Traditional stories, fresh perspectives

The goal of Cape Cod LIFE’s annual high school art contest is to inspire students’ interest in local history as…

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A Crash Course in Covering the Cape

There must be something in the water. Every summer Cape Cod Life Publications is lucky to have a number of…

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