April 2016

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25 Best Recipes!

By Cape Cod Life Publications / March 23, 2016

Savor this recipe collections shared by chefs at 25 “Best Restaurants” as voted by Cape Cod LIFE readers Let’s just say we’ve been cooking this up for awhile. To honor many of the Cape and Islands businesses who have won awards in CAPE COD LIFE’s&hellip…

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Photo portfolio: The light of spring

By Robert Manz / March 23, 2016

A collection of Robert Manz’s springtime photography   Photo Gallery [foogallery id=”29503″]

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The Changing Shape of Popponesset Beach, Mashpee

By Christopher Setterlund / March 14, 2016

Editor’s note: This is the 7th in a series of articles covering the region’s dramatically changing coastline. Click here to see all of the articles. Located in southeastern Mashpee, Popponesset is a small, quiet and scenic village with a population of just 220, according…

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The Changing Shape of the Cape & Islands: An introduction to our series

By Matthew J. Gill / March 14, 2016

Editor’s note: Our April 2016 issue reintroduced The Changing Shape of the Cape & Islands series to our readers after a successful run in 2015. Click here to see all of the articles. “Rather suddenly, about 12,000 years ago . . . “Rather suddenly, about…

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A simple man, an extraordinary talent

By Chris White / March 14, 2016

Harwich’s A. Elmer Crowell—the father of decorative bird carving In 1874, a son of a Harwich cranberry farmer receives a gift of his first 12-gauge shotgun. He’s 12 years old, but this is a different era for fish and game hunting, when it would not…

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Inspiration, joy and a whole lot of color

By Lilly Lowe / March 14, 2016

Falmouth resident reaps a bounty of rewards from his backyard garden Meandering through Dave Lynch’s luscious gardens in midsummer is a delight to both eyes and nose. Outside Lynch’s Falmouth home, colorful annuals and perennials dance on either side of a stone walkway t…

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Cape Cod is "Coyote country"

By Melissa Manderson / March 14, 2016

Once foreign to the area, this wildly resourceful animal can now be found across the peninsula Amy Blake moved to Cape Cod from a small town in Ohio in the summer of 2005, renting a cottage beside scenic marshlands in West Barnstable. One evening she…

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Start your own garden!

By Nancy White / March 14, 2016

Cape Cod farmers offer 10 tips to help you get started Imagine it’s a late summer afternoon. Outside, a garden in the backyard overflows with ripe tomatoes, fragrant basil, bountiful salad greens and zucchini. With a basket in hand, it’s a simple and gratifying task&hell…

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Upcoming Cape & Islands events: April through September

By Cape Cod Life Publications / March 14, 2016

Check out this robust listing of unique, fascinating and fun upcoming events on Cape Cod and the Islands! Through September 1 CAPE COD MUSEUM OF ART CELEBRATES 35 YEARS! In 2016, the Cape Cod Museum of Art in Dennis celebrates its 35th anniversary. The museum…

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