Category: History

Poseidon’s fury is Liam’s fate

Though battered and bruised, Nauset Beach remains an iconic presence on Cape Cod In Homer’s “Odyssey,” Poseidon, god of the…

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From Cats to Cruisers

The Crosby family’s legacy of boat building in Osterville Photography courtesy of the Osterville Historical Museum If the catboat were…

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Q&A: Jennifer Dow

Our Creative Director, Jennifer Dow, recently celebrated her 100th issue with the Cape Cod LIFE April 2018 publication. Jen is…

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Harbor LIFE: Red Brook Harbor

Serene views, cherished traditions This is the third installment of a new series exploring the vibrant harbors across Cape Cod…

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Orleans under fire

  The 1918 German submarine attack off the coast of Cape Cod marks the sole attack on U.S. soil during…

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Serving the test of time

Cape & Islands restaurants still going strong decades later The very first issue of Cape Cod LIFE rolled off the…

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July 2018 Gunkholing: Harbor LIFE

Our new series “Harbor LIFE” is intended to invite you to visit our marvelous harbors. We attempt to photographically capture…

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Harbor LIFE: Chatham Harbor

Ever changing to remain the same This is the second installment of a new series exploring the vibrant harbors across…

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Nantucket’s brightest star

Nantucket astronomer Maria Mitchell’s legacy still shines after 200 years Maria Mitchell would no doubt be surprised at the scope…

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