April 2013

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A Fresh Angle

By Steve Larese / April 27, 2013

With freshly stocked kettle ponds all across the Cape, there’s no time like the present to cast a line and get the first bite of the season. The Cape’s waters are famous for saltwater fishing, from fighting ferocious blues in the surf to landing lunker…

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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 with new life and activity. Coastal springs are perhaps defined by the annual arrivals, h…

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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 Cod’s quintessential flower, ever since Martha Stewart shared her affection fo…

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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 writer and so many voices—your critics’, your editors’, the one inside yourself—tell you that …

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Hours of Gold, Hours of Lead

By Matthew Nilsson / April 1, 2013

Falmouth’s legendary Highfield and Tanglewood Halls set the stage for the rise—and tragic fall—of the famous Beebe family. Certain family names have been connected with towns on Cape Cod and the Islands for centuries. The Snows of Orleans, the Coffins and Starbucks of …

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