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Girls Got Gills

By Kelly Cloonan | April 19, 2023

After nearly 10 years of coordinating programming for young girls interested in sharks and marine life, coordinators of the Gills Club are seeing their efforts pay off in incredible ways.

Away in Autumn

By Christina Galt | November 8, 2022

Enjoy your next off-season vacation or staycation at AutoCamp Cape Cod! This fall we were lucky enough to enjoy a staycation at Falmouth’s newest attraction: AutoCamp Cape Cod. Upon our…

Back to the Garden

By Chris White | July 18, 2022

At Chatham Bars Inn Farm, June represents the culmination of renewal and the first Farm-to-Table Dinner of the year.

Coast Versus Coast

By Christina Galt | July 3, 2022

Local chef and restaurateur Ben Porter takes center stage on the Food Network’s new show, Beachside Brawl.

Remembering a Wash-A-Shore

By Tom Dirsa | June 19, 2022

Cape Cod native Tom Dirsa honors the memory of his late father, Joseph Dirsa.

At The Helm: Meet Sarah Chace

By Julie Craven Wagner | May 4, 2022

Mashpee Commons was originally conceived by Buff Chace in the early 1980s. Today Buff’s daughter, Sarah Chace, is at the helm.

The Fabric of the Cape Cod Community

By Christina Galt | April 13, 2022

In April of 2020, in the midst of COVID, Dennis native Jon Patsavos left his corporate job in Boston to take over for Sean Fitzpatrick as the owner of the…

A Celtic Fishing Legacy – Century Old Gear

By East End Eddie Doherty | March 15, 2022

Inspired by the stories he was told as a young boy, his love of fishing & Ireland, East End Eddie Doherty relays the story of his heritage. If you walk…

Season of Joy

By Rachel Walman | November 19, 2021

The 15th Holidays at Highfield Hall The 15th Holidays at Highfield Hall & Gardens is celebrated this season by event stylist Rita Pacheco and her team, George Chapman, Larry Silva,…

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…

Palm Springs is now just one flight away!

By Stefanie Celata | April 1, 2019

A West Coast Getaway Palm Springs is no longer just a jaunt for the Hollywood A-Listers, now East Coasters can easily soak up the California sun! With a direct flight…

Everything Old is New Again: Holidays at Highfield

By Julie Craven Wagner | November 12, 2018

Designer Rita Pacheco reimagines Highfield Hall for the holidays The holiday season at Highfield Hall & Gardens in Falmouth is always a showcase of old traditions and new trends in…

The Flavor of Barbados

By Allyson Plessner | September 1, 2018

The Flavor of Barbados: An Unforgettable Dinner at the Chatham Bars Inn Farm Chef Michael Hinds presents an unforgettable meal at the Chatham Bars Inn Farm, bringing the culture and…

A Cape tradition like no other

By Marc LeBlanc | August 2, 2018

How a famous Cape Cod road race lead to a lifelong friendship Did you ever imagine when you were growing up you and your childhood best friend creating a tradition…

Until next time, The Cuttyhunk Kids

By Allyson Plessner | July 17, 2018

The Cuttyhunk schoolhouse is the last one-room schoolhouse in Massachusetts. Built in 1873, this institution has a long history of providing education to the various generations of Cuttyhunk children. Through…