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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The Changing Shape of Sandwich’s Town Neck Beach

Editor’s note: This is the 1st in a series of articles covering the region’s dramatically changing coastline. Click here to…

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Springtime on Chappaquiddick

Peaceful gardens, colorful wildlife and a dynamic coastline are just an island away When considering the places you might go…

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Manry on a Mission

Remembering one sailor’s epic journey from Falmouth, MA to Falmouth, UK When Robert Manry arrived on Cape Cod in the…

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Drawing on a Large Talent Pool

Six articles, Nine schools, 138 entries, and a one-of-a-kind art contest We were not sure this would work. When Cape…

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Outtakes from LIFE: Thanksgiving football edition

MASHPEE: After interviewing 15 local athletic directors, football coaches, and team supporters for an article on Thanksgiving Day rivalries among…

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Thanksgiving football rivalries on Cape Cod and the Islands

Very early on Thanksgiving morning in 1987, a few years after he had stepped down as head football coach at…

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Exhibit covers Provincetown’s whaling history

During the Charles W. Morgan’s recent tour of the Cape and Islands and points beyond, Stephen Borkowski had the rare…

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Journalist had a Dramatic Start

In his travels around the globe as a correspondent for CBS News, Seth Doane has covered stories in South America,…

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Cape Cod Canal celebrates a marvelous anniversary

Written into his contract for the construction of the Cape Cod Canal, August Belmont was also tasked with building two…

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