August 2016

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Her star is on the rise | Cape Cod LIFE August 2016

Her star is on the rise

By Marina Davalos / July 21, 2016

Michele Ragussis is a reality TV celebrity and an executive chef at a popular P-town restaurant Even though celebrity chef Michele Ragussis has appeared on seven major TV food shows and has more shows in the works, she has not let stardom go to her head.…

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Six decades in the making | Cape Cod LIFE August 2016

Six decades in the making

By Amanda Wastrom / July 21, 2016

Highfield Hall & Gardens exhibits “Kanreki: A 60 Year Journey,” a colorful collection of Japanese prints An exhibition of world-class contemporary Japanese prints may seem like an odd fit for the local art scene, and conversely, a cultural center on Cape Cod might seem an unusual venue…

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Where angelfish fear to tread | Cape Cod LIFE August 2016

Where angelfish fear to tread

By Matthew J. Gill / July 21, 2016

Cape Cod native explores the world’s oceans to photograph rarely seen marine life Ethan Daniels is not your ordinary photographer. He’s not even your ordinary wildlife photographer. A native of Orleans, Daniels travels the world to snorkel in exotic locations and capture images of rarely seen…

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“A noble and primitive wood” | Cape Cod LIFE August 2016

“A noble and primitive wood”

By Elwood O. Mills, Jr. / July 21, 2016

Thoreau was impressed by Naushon Island’s old-growth forest Henry David Thoreau visited Cape Cod and the Islands on at least five occasions during the mid-1800s, “wishing,” as he would write in Cape Cod, “to get a better view of the ocean.” On his December 27,…

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Making Connections | Cape Cod LIFE August 2016

Making Connections

By Sarah A. O'Brien / July 21, 2016

Cape Cod artist Denise Kelly enjoys the interaction of light and landscape—and more Stepping into Denise Kelly’s home is like walking into a museum: interesting artifacts, including an ornate telescope, are displayed in abundance; large glass windows let in the afternoon’s fading light; and many…

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The changing shape of the Cape & Islands | Cape Cod LIFE August 2016

The Changing Shape of the Cape & Islands: The Changing Shape of the Gay Head cliffs, Martha’s Vineyard

By Christopher Setterlund / July 21, 2016

Editor’s note: This is the 10th in a series of articles covering the region’s dramatically changing coastline. Click here to see all of the articles. Forty-six feet. In 2014 only 46 feet stood between the historic Gay Head Lighthouse on the west coast of Martha’s…

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Hit the ground running! | Cape Cod LIFE August 2016

Hit the ground running!

By Nancy E. Berry / July 21, 2016

Presenting 8 great reasons to run on the Cape and Islands There are many types of runners: weekend warriors, marathon milers, casual joggers, and lightning-fast sprinters, to name a few. Running is an activity one can take on as an individual or in a group,…

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Welcome to Main Street in Chatham

Welcome to Main Street Chatham

By Matthew J. Gill / July 21, 2016

For two days last summer, photographer Charles Sternaimolo and I explored Chatham’s lovely Main Street. We traveled from end to end, from the Chatham Lighthouse in the east to Main Street’s western culmination at the Harwich line. Naturally, we spent the majority of our time…

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Notes on the Summer of ’16, to date | Cape Cod LIFE August 2016

Notes on the Summer of ’16, to date

By Brian Shortsleeve / July 20, 2016

Judy and I along with our son, Max, and his friend James Modic visited Martha’s Vineyard for four days early this summer. We stayed at the luxurious Charlotte Inn in Edgartown. If you have the opportunity, treat yourself to this “A Stay In Another Era”…

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