August 2019

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Make renting easier with Del Mar Vacations!

By Allyson Plessner / September 11, 2019

Make renting easier! Del Mar Vacations is taking the stress and hassle out of renting and creating unique Cape Cod experiences for everyone involved. “I like that I get to solve all sorts of unique problems every day,” says Luke Chapman, founder and owner of…

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Photo Portfolio: George Vosgerichian

By Mariah Shield / August 15, 2019

George Vosgerichian has mastered capturing the beauty of the Cape from all perspectives. With two feet planted on the sand, Cape Cod is already a sanctuary of beautiful beaches and ocean scenes. But from up above, a view known to a select few, it manages…

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Notable Neighbors: Chef Ben Robinson

By Allyson Plessner / August 14, 2019

A Flavor All His Own For Chef Ben Robinson, food is a passion—one that started on the Cape in the kitchen with his mother and has since taken him around the world “I was 5 years old when I first realized I was interested in…

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Siren of the Sea: Painter Elizabeth Mumford

By Julie Craven Wagner / August 14, 2019

Siren of the Sea In “The Odyssey,” Homer’s classic tale of Greek mythology, the hero Odysseus asks his crew to lash him to the mast so that he could hear the beckoning calls of the Sirens of the Sea but not submit to their enchanting…

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Cotuit Mosquito Yacht Club

By Chris White / August 14, 2019

The Cotuit Mosquito Yacht Club continues to make waves while holding fast to tradition Photos provided by Chris White & Abby Ford In 1998, the Nantucket Yacht Club hosted the Cumming Cup, the triple-handed junior regatta of the Southern Massachusetts Sailing Association….

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Cape Cod Lifesaving Competition

By Allyson Plessner / August 14, 2019

Lifeguards on Duty The Cape Cod Lifesaving Competition, celebrating its 45th anniversary this year, shines a spotlight on a talented group of athletes tasked with protecting the Cape’s most precious treasure: its beaches Perhaps nothing is more cherished than a warm summer…

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By Brenna Collins / August 14, 2019

Martha’s Vineyard’s historic gem Martha’s Vineyard, a lush getaway from the mainland is home to picturesque towns like no other. Stepping off of the ferry, whether it be from Woods Hole, Falmouth or Hyannis, the charm of the Vineyard is everywhere, like the inside of&h…

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Gunkholing: August

By Brian Shortsleeve / August 14, 2019

“The memories we collect and give, brighten our lives as long as we live” The above quote is one of my favorite. I am sorry I do not know who coined the phrase. However, it came to mind recently when I was glancing through my…

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Good Run Good Pace

By Troy Clarkson / August 14, 2019

It started as a fun run, from bar to bar, back in the days before running a road race was even a thing. It was that simple a concept. Today, nearly 50 years later, the 7-mile Falmouth Road Race—taking place this year on August 18—is…

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A look at the rich history of Baxter’s

By James P. Freeman / August 12, 2019

The Baxter name holds a storied, and lasting, legacy  With thick fog lifting off a placid morning harbor over a pleasant Memorial Day weekend, Sam Baxter laughed as he recalled a vivid memory he would just as soon forget.  Armed with a window squeegee on…

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