November/December 2015

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Artwork by Marieluise Hutchinson

"You get what you give!"

By Kathy Blackwell / October 22, 2015

For 22 years, painter Marieluise Hutchinson has utilized her artistic talent to benefit local non-profits Marieluise Hutchinson travels old New England roads searching for perfect scenes to paint. She is drawn to landscapes and rural architectural scenes, whether a Cape Cod …

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When the temperature drops, go take a hike!

By Taylor Lange / October 22, 2015

Details on five invigorating walks on the Cape & Islands The warm weather has come and gone, and the tourists and seasonal residents of summer have left the Cape and Islands a quieter place. Although winter may not be the ideal weather for a “beach…

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There’s a lot to like about alpaca

By Matthew J. Gill / October 21, 2015

Vineyard farm spreads the word about this gentle animal’s many attractive qualities Let’s call this a story of love at first sight. A little over ten years ago, Barbara Ronchetti of Edgartown came across a few cute faces while perusing the animals and exhibitions at th…

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Photography by Jen Dow

Many are making the choice to eat healthier

By Mary Stanley / October 20, 2015

With so many food options available these days, choosing the best tasting and healthiest products can be a bit overwhelming. From grass-fed beef to organically grown fruits and vegetables, the choices are seemingly endless. As consumers become more and more aware of the diff…

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Photography by Jen Dow

The Changing Shape of Siasconset, Nantucket

By Christopher Setterlund / October 19, 2015

Editor’s note: This is the 6th in a series of articles covering the region’s dramatically changing coastline. Click here to see all of the articles. The village of Siasconset sits on the east coast of Nantucket. A distance from downtown, the area offers stunning scenery&…

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Cape Coffee

Cape coffee company has bold intentions

By Matthew J. Gill / October 19, 2015

Falmouth resident launches coffee company with a cause Here’s an easy prediction: if Thomas A. Baxendale were alive today, Bob Taft would buy the man a cup of coffee. A longtime resident of Falmouth’s Megansett village, Taft has long admired Baxendale, who lived on Amrit…

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A very festive holiday lineup!

By Cape Cod Life Publications / October 15, 2015

Previews of five upcoming events on the Cape & Islands—and details on 21 more Here’s a few easy holiday-themed questions for you. Are you in the mood for any of the following seasonal niceties? Gazing upon impressive displays of holiday decorations? Enjoying a festiv…

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Cape Cooking: Holiday bonus! | Cape Cod Life Nov/Dec 2015

Cape Cooking: Holiday bonus!

By Matthew J. Gill / October 14, 2015

Here’s a menu for a warm and festive meal courtesy of the Old Yarmouth Inn Friends, readers, and Cape Cod folk, lend me your ears. The holiday season is nigh upon us. Parties and potlucks are presently being scheduled and for some, preparations for the…

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