Inspired by an event that forever changed her life, author Leslie Yerkes wrote her second children’s book, Your Forever Dog: How it Feels When Someone Loves You, with the help of…
The power of love, the joy of home and the unconditional acceptance of animals make this book a must read—and the perfect gift for anyone on your list. Weaving together…
After moving to Orleans 35 years ago, fine art photographer Marcia Joy Duggan found inspiration in the beautiful natural light of the Cape and Islands.
A visit to the Outer Cape provides a real and tangible feeling of venturing to a singular landscape that moves to its own beat.
The literal and figurative fires racism ignites will be the focus of the Cape Cod Museum of Art’s exhibit “Fragile,” featuring the paintings of artists Frank Angibo and Richard Neal, and the poetry of writer and visual artist Lauren Wolk.
Elin Hilderbrand, named “queen of beach reads” by the New York Magazine, exposes dirty secrets of a coastal summer in her 28th novel, The Hotel Nantucket.
Known to local school children as the “Turtle Lady” for many years, Susan Baur dives into local ponds, and shares the importance of protecting our wildlife.
Classic landscapes are given a new life by Bill Gotha, whose work breathes with the tides, the wind, the rocks, & the water that surrounds us.
Photographer Robert Colley captures the Outer Cape in a new book that takes a page from the past.
Take advantage of the last month of the summer and the countless opportunities to catch some live music!
Traversing in Thoreau’s Cape Cod footsteps, Ben Shattuck takes readers with him through one of life’s most important journeys; that of self-discovery.
Photographer Sarah Dasco has found both calmness and passion in capturing her coastal surroundings
According to Harvard Health Publishing, the myth of left vs. right sides of the brain is simply that: a myth. For local photographer Roberta Anslow, discrediting that myth is something…
“I don’t ever use black. I use the white of the paper,” Debra offers. “If you study painting with me, you will learn about color. That’s my gift: I see…