Category: History

The Great Blue Way

Author Sue Mellen takes a look at the thriving theater community across the Cape & Islands in her new book.…

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“The way it used to was”

Restaurateur and art collector Anton ‘Napi’ Van Dereck told the story of Provincetown through art and food This summer in…

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Endless Summers at Craigville Beach

Some moments in a family’s history are especially significant, shaping the family’s destiny and reverberating through generations. For my family,…

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Gunkholing: Some “Best Of” Days

In this issue of Cape Cod Life my younger brother, Kevin, has written a fine article about our family’s memorable…

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A Century and Counting

Celebrating 100 years in Craigville, one family looks back on their treasured memories with a book filled with history, nostalgia…

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A Letter to Papa on the Cape

We received this lovely letter from a young woman who is currently living in Switzerland with her husband. We thought…

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Grist for the Mill

Every spring, for thousands of years, the sites of the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History and the Stony Brook…

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Gunkholing: We Had A Party In His Honor

In February, if my father was alive, he would have turned 100-years-old. Several of us, starting with my nephew Chris…

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Cape Cod Cowboy: General Leonard Wood

Pocasset was the influential childhood home of one of America’s most accomplished figures who was present at some of the…

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