May 2017

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Recipes from the Best Sandwich in Sandwich competition

By Judy Shortsleeve / May 3, 2017

Online only: Five bonus SandwichFest recipes! A collection of mouthwatering creations from SandwichFest 2016 What’s so great about SandwichFest? To begin, attendees can vote for their favorites in the “Best Sandwich in Sandwich” competition, where local businesses vie …

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A slice of life in Sandwich, May 2017 Cape Cod LIFE |

Sandwich Photo Essay: A slice of life in one of Cape Cod’s prettiest towns

By Matthew J. Gill / April 27, 2017

Online only: Expanded story plus more photos of Sandwich! The town of Sandwich is a special place. From its picturesque homes and historic downtown to its incredible cultural venues and natural landscapes, Sandwich has much to offer. For two days in September of 2016, photog…

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Wedding venues, May 2017 Cape Cod LIFE |

Cape & Islands weddings: Twenty amazing local venues + more!

By Matthew J. Gill / April 24, 2017

If wedding bells are in your future, and you’re looking to save the date and then celebrate, flip through the following pages in our special 2017 wedding section. We’ve designed the section to be engaging, inspirational, and informative—and we think you’re going to e…

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Playing all the right angles, May 2017 Cape Cod LIFE |

Cape Cod Photo Portfolio by Kevin Bennett

By Kevin Bennett / April 24, 2017

  Cape photographer takes a different approach for landscapes I concentrate on using line, texture, form, and color to create visually intriguing and powerful compositions. My goal is to create attractive and sometimes abstract images, which are a bit different than th…

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Home, haven & political headquarters, May 2017 Cape Cod LIFE |

For JFK, Hyannis was home, haven and political headquarters

By Joe O'Shea / April 24, 2017

New JFK Hyannis Museum exhibit focuses on President Kennedy’s Cape Cod connections, 100 years after his birth Despite his privileged life—or perhaps because of it—President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was a bit of a nomad. Having lived at 37 addresses during his all-too-sh…

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The changing shape of the Cape & Islands Lewis Bay: From Hyannis Port to Kalmus Beach & Great Island, May 2017 Cape Cod LIFE |

The Changing Shape of the Cape & Islands: Lewis Bay, from Hyannis Port to Kalmus Beach & Great Island

By Christopher Setterlund / April 21, 2017

Editor’s note: This is the 14th in a series of articles covering the region’s dramatically changing coastline. Click here to see all of the articles. Lewis Bay is part of the south coast of Cape Cod, basically the center of the triceps when thinking of…

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Family Style, May 2017 Cape Cod LIFE |

Cape Cod weddings: Couple celebrates at Ocean Edge in Brewster

By Maggie Corcoran Seitz / April 20, 2017

Online only: See more photos of Maggie and Eric’s wedding on page 2! This ‘family-style’ celebration was marked by loved ones, friendship, and food! My husband, Eric, and I had one of our first conversations about getting married while walking with our dog on O…

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Mary Sears she was “a powerful natural force”, May 2017 Cape Cod LIFE |

Falmouth’s Mary Sears—she was ‘a powerful natural force’

By Amanda Wastrom / April 19, 2017

Falmouth resident was the Navy’s first oceanographer, a longtime WHOI scientist and committed to civic affairs One of the special recognitions bestowed by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) is The Mary Sears Woman Pioneer in Oceanography Award. That’s quite …

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