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

Articles By Name:

A Permanent Legacy

JFK, Falmouth’s pink granite, and a special memorial Every year, millions of people visit John F. Kennedy’s gravesite at Arlington…

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The Adventures of Adelaide Cummings

In 1938, Tennessee native, Adelaide Cummings, resigned her post as a reporter for Life magazine to travel the world for…

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We’re 35 and Going Strong!

This year Cape Cod LIFE Publications celebrates its 35th anniversary. In 1979, Brian Shortsleeve, our publisher, had an idea for…

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Cape residents, weather experts recall the New England Hurricane of 1938

Ginny Dunham Hutchinson was 14 and a student at the Barnstable Senior/Junior High School when she and some friends walked…

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Lyrical Island Treasures

For those unfamiliar with the craft, the art of etching or carving designs into whale’s teeth (ivory) or bone is…

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Family Fun-ctional

A resourceful Osterville homeowner helps an architect and a builder design her multi-generational kitchen. Imagine a new kitchen that is…

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Scenes from a Time Gone By

A vintage photography exhibit at the Cahoon Museum of American Art showcases Cape Cod in days past. A lot can…

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Bunny Business

Thanks to the Trustees of Reservations, a rabbit species in distress finds a hospitable home on the Mashpee River Reservation.…

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