June 2019

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Village LIFE: Charming Chatham

By Christopher Setterlund / June 5, 2019

Where heritage meets modern living Perhaps no other village ties together modern chic and quintessential classic Cape Cod quite like Chatham. It still maintains its image as a hardworking fishing village while also laying claim to luxurious resorts and high-end shops on its …

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Duty Calls

By Blair Miller / June 5, 2019

photos courtesy of the first responders First responders reflect on their local impact As they walk along the tarmac at Plymouth Municipal Airport, there’s something mysterious about the pilots who are making their deliberate approach toward their aircraft. In their bold, …

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Broadway to Cape Cod

By Haley Cote / June 5, 2019

What a Wonderful World Broadway’s Joe Grandy takes his talents to the Cape Playhouse We look to you In good times and bad The worlds you create Make the real ones seem less sad The curtain goes up And every now and then It feels…

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Celebrating the life and work of Cape Cod writer, historian and character, Noel Beyle

By James P. Freeman / June 5, 2019

Celebrating the work of Noel Beyle He sold books and bravado. He relished in humor and history. And he frequently peddled curios and curiosity. He was perhaps Cape Cod’s last true character. Noel W. Beyle was a writer and historian. He was also husband to…

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100 years of history! Learn more about Puritan Cape Cod.

By Julie Craven Wagner / June 5, 2019

Puritan Cape Cod celebrates its centennial The world has changed a lot in 100 years. In 1919, the end of the first World War culminated in the signing of the Treaty of Versailles. Rotary dial phones were introduced for the first time, as was the…

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See the new home of the Martha’s Vineyard Museum

By Chris White / June 5, 2019

Photos courtesy of the Martha’s Vineyard Museum The Martha’s Vineyard Museum’s greatest relic is also its new home One of the most ubiquitous pop culture events of the past decade is, without doubt, “Game of Thrones,” the HBO drama adapted from George R. R. Martin…

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Sea turtles trapped in Cape Cod Bay – How science is saving them

By Abigail Rec / June 5, 2019

How sea turtles are getting trapped in Cape Cod Bay, and how science is saving them A 32-degree breeze chilled the coastline of Eastham as staff of the Mass Audubon’s Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary (WBWS) waded into the ocean. I watched alongside other volunteers through…

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You don’t want to miss this event at Chatham Airport!

By Joe O'Shea / June 5, 2019

Chatham Airport gears up for its  annual open house and fly-in Whether it’s the mythological Icarus greedily grasping for the sun, a host of angels appearing in the skies over Bethlehem during the birth of Jesus Christ, the Chinese invention of the kite, or Leonardo&h…

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40 Years of Cape Cod Life: A message from Brian Shortsleeve

By Brian Shortsleeve / June 5, 2019

Gunkholing: What Does 40 Years of Cape Cod Life Look Like? Our first issue, left, published in 1979. The first issue of our 40th year, right, hit the newsstands in January. Average issue readership of Cape Cod LIFE in 2019 is just over 160,000 readers.…

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Art on the Plate: Behind the Scenes at Estia

By Elizabeth Shaw / June 4, 2019

Owners: Catherine and Nick Markantonis In what was once the Eastern Bank in the heart of Falmouth Center, Estia has made its home. From the outside, its bank bones are still there, but inside, guests are transported to a chic, Grecian paradise. The high ceilings…

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