Author: Matthew J. Gill

Matthew Gill is the former 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

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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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Would you like to live with this view?

New Cataumet condos to offer one-of-a-kind views of Red Brook Harbor and Buzzards Bay Are you in the market for…

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Take a ride on Nantucket’s wildside

A bumpy beach road leads visitors to the stunning Coskata-Coatue Wildlife Refuge. Drivers attempting to make their way out to…

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Where angelfish fear to tread

Cape Cod native explores the world’s oceans to photograph rarely seen marine life Ethan Daniels is not your ordinary photographer. He’s…

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Welcome to Main Street Chatham

For two days last summer, photographer Charles Sternaimolo and I explored Chatham’s lovely Main Street. We traveled from end to…

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A half-century of canvases, characters, & color

The Falmouth Artists Guild celebrates 50 years in 2016 Doing anything for 50 years will generate a good amount of…

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