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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Welcome to Commercial Street in Provincetown

For two days last summer, photographer Charles Sternaimolo and I explored the creative, colorful, and quirky community that is Commercial…

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Welcome to Main Street Hyannis

For two days last August, photographer Charles Sternaimolo and I explored the shops, restaurants, and cultural venues that make up…

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Seven Decades In The Dunes

Art’s Dune Tours celebrates 70 years in 2016! Driving slowly through the dunes of Provincetown, Rob Costa serves a variety…

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Welcome to Main Street in Falmouth

For two days last August, photographer Charles Sternaimolo and I explored Falmouth’s lovely Main Street, attempting to capture the color…

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Golfers might call this a safe approach

With a change in ownership, many club members now own equity in TGC in Falmouth There are many fantastic golf…

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The Changing Shape of the Cape & Islands: An introduction to our series

Editor’s note: Our April 2016 issue reintroduced The Changing Shape of the Cape & Islands series to our readers after…

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Did you know? – 17 fun trivia items about the Cape & Islands

1. Bourne Did you know? That the term Sagamore—as in Bourne’s Sagamore Village, the Sagamore Bridge and the Sagamore Inn…

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CAPE COD LIFE’s 2016 student art contest–winners, details, and a slideshow

Inspired by the entries we received last year, we decided to host another art contest to help us illustrate the…

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A real-life blockbuster

Author Nathaniel Philbrick discusses the disaster of the whale ship Essex—and the new film bringing the story to life In…

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