Veiled Power

By Debbie Forman | September 1, 2013

At this year’s Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival, the art of feminine illusion in the playwright’s famous—and little known—plays takes center stage. The intriguing female characters in Tennessee Williams’ plays…

Provincetown Muse

Provincetown Muse

By Debbie Forman | August 1, 2013

Sculptor Danielle Mailer’s visual vocabulary is inspired by cherished Cape Cod memories. The inspiration for danielle Mailer’s colorful artwork—often depicting the female form along with dogs, cats, horses, and fish—comes…

The Last of the Stagecoach

The Last Stand of the Stagecoach

By Sara Hoagland Hunter | August 1, 2013

The next time you are stuck in midsummer traffic, crawling your way across the Bourne Bridge and cursing all motorized vehicles, turn up your air conditioning and consider traveling around…

Local Flavor

Local Flavor

By Jeff Harder | August 1, 2013

At times, it seems as if our food comes from a far-off place, finding its way onto our dinner plates from parts unknown. But it turns out there’s plenty being…

Hidden Gem

Hidden Gem

By Jessie Kuenzel | August 1, 2013

Hidden Hollow at Heritage Museums and Gardens helps children step away from day-to-day distractions and reconnect with the world outside. Walking down the sloping path, the air fills with the…

Up and Away

Up and Away

By Sara Hoagland Hunter | July 9, 2013

A Cape Codder climbs into a biplane’s cockpit and rediscovers her home from a fresh vantage point. I climb cautiously onto the vintage fabric wing, having been warned by my…

Yoga For You

Yoga For You

By Mary Grauerholz | July 1, 2013

From loose limbs and solid abs, to mental clarity and emotional contentment, the perks of yoga have been extolled from the discipline’s ancient beginnings. but even with its rainbow of…

Cape Authentic

Cape Authentic

By Susan Dewey | July 1, 2013

Puritan Cape Cod launches the Chatham Chino Company, their own clothing brand interwoven with classic Cape details—and the story of their family’s American dream. Rick and Jim Penn of Puritan…

Out to Sea

Out to Sea

By Rob Conery | July 1, 2013

Sea Tow Cape and Islands provides crucial support to mariners in distress. The sea has no memory. Mariners from time immemorial have taken their chances when venturing upon her broad…

The Shape of Love

By Debbie Forman | July 1, 2013

A Provincetown Art Association and Museum show celebrates artist Jim Peters’s adoration of the female figure. Looking at the work of Jim Peters, you can feel the heat. You are…

A Generation Caught on Camera

By Meredith Schulman | June 1, 2013

A new documentary chronicles half a century of iconic photography by Vineyard Haven’s Peter Simon. Strolling along vineyard haven’s narrow, picturesque Main Street, visitors to the Simon Gallery are often…

Bunny Business

By Matthew J. Gill | June 1, 2013

Thanks to the Trustees of Reservations, a rabbit species in distress finds a hospitable home on the Mashpee River Reservation. For a better understanding of what the Trustees of Reservations’s…

Natural Blessings

By Susan Dewey | May 1, 2013

Mother Nature lends a hand for a memorable rehearsal dinner feast on Craigville Beach. One of the best things about planning a rehearsal dinner on Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard, or…

Cape Magic

By Susan Dewey | May 1, 2013

Personal touches—and some unscripted surprises —charmed this Cape Cod wedding. The september morning of the wedding was overcast, with wispy fog rolling in on an easterly wind from Cape Cod…

Allure of the Figawi

By Rob Conery | May 1, 2013

Our writer recalls his favorite moments from 18 Figawi races across Nantucket Sound “We are gonna hit that boat!” The man yelling those words over the wind, out in the…

Springtime Secrets

By Amanda Wastrom | April 1, 2013

Four local naturalists share their favorite places to savor the arrival of spring. Spring comes slowly to Cape Cod. Still, we know our surroundings are changing, waking up, and bursting…

Hydrangea Days

By Susan Dewey | April 1, 2013

Pink, green, purple, white, red. Dwarf, tree, shrub, and climbing. Besides the classic blue beauties, there’s a hydrangea out there for every landscape. Hydrangeas have long been loved as Cape…

All in Good Time

By Jeff Harder | April 1, 2013

With more than 80 nonfiction books to his credit, history author Martin Sandler has hit his stride—with no plans to slow down. What do you do when you’re an 80-year-old…