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Artwork by Emily Gedney

Prisoners on the peninsula

During World War II, Cape Cod had a busy POW camp The raising of the American flag at Iwo Jima,…

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Sewing Sweetness

The threads of this Cape Cod quilt-maker’s talent connect her to admirers far and wide. Tucked away on a wooded…

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When the temperature drops, go take a hike!

Details on five invigorating walks on the Cape & Islands The warm weather has come and gone, and the tourists…

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Pint-sized Perfection

A beachside landscape brings big pleasure with all the latest outdoor entertaining amenities—on a tiny lot above Buzzards Bay. Great…

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September/October 2015

Chatham Airport: One Man’s Field of Dreams

Founder Wilfred Berube’s grassroots effort paved the way for the airport we know today Imagine that you and some friends…

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July 2015

The Changing Shape of Nauset Beach & Town Cove

Editor’s note: This is the 3rd in a series of articles covering the region’s dramatically changing coastline. Click here to…

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July 2015

Remembering the Lutzen

Recalling the freighter that went aground in a heavy fog off Chatham in 1939 In February of 1939, Lewis W.…

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Early Summer 2015

Nurturing Beauty on the Wing

Horticultural experts and dedicated local volunteers help create and preserve the habitat of beautiful butterflies.   Sandy earth, fresh salt…

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May 2015

There are so many reasons to celebrate!

The Cape & Islands offer an endless variety of wedding venues, vacation options, and fun-filled daytrips Setting out to cover…

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June 2015

These code-breakers were real lifesavers

Chatham exhibit shares the story of Nazi Germany’s Enigma Machines—and the Cape Codders who intercepted their messages and helped win…

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May 2015

The Changing Shape of Chatham’s Barrier Beach

Editor’s note: This is the 2nd in a series of articles covering the region’s dramatically changing coastline. Click here to…

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There’s history — and mystery — beneath the waters off Wellfleet

The fascinating story of Billingsgate Island. There is simplicity in the beauty of Wellfleet. The town is full of rich…

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Manry on a Mission

Remembering one sailor’s epic journey from Falmouth, MA to Falmouth, UK When Robert Manry arrived on Cape Cod in the…

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marvelous anniversary

Cape Cod Canal celebrates a marvelous anniversary

Written into his contract for the construction of the Cape Cod Canal, August Belmont was also tasked with building two…

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Cape residents, weather experts recall the New England Hurricane of 1938

Ginny Dunham Hutchinson was 14 and a student at the Barnstable Senior/Junior High School when she and some friends walked…

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Freeze Frames

Freeze Frames

Most folks head for cover when a blizzard bears down, but photographers—like meteorologists—view the slippery scenario differently, as an opportunity,…

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a Nantucket Scrimshaw Artist

Lyrical Island Treasures

For those unfamiliar with the craft, the art of etching or carving designs into whale’s teeth (ivory) or bone is…

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A True Cape Colony

A True Cape Colony

Highfield Hall’s House and Garden Tour celebrates the genuine Cape resort of East Falmouth’s Menauhant. When it was conceived in…

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