Publication: Cape Cod Life

Your Best Match Yet

Cape Cod’s landscape can create new obstacles for visiting golfers. Here are a few tips from local pros on common…

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Net Perfection

Cape and Islands fishermen are hooked on striped bass. For fishermen, there’s a magical tide that washes over Cape Cod…

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Handcrafted Luxury

In his Provincetown studio, Victor Powell creates custom leather goods with Old World techniques. Steps away from Provincetown’s Lobster Pot…

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The Quickest Windjammer

Before the mast with Martha’s Vineyard’s famous kiteboarder, Rob Douglas Ask Rob Douglas, a lifelong Vineyard Haven resident who is…

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60 Years under the Big Top

The Cape Cod Melody Tent celebrates more than a half-century of musical magic On first sight, the giant blue vinyl…

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Toast of the Island

The 2011 Nantucket Wine Festival promises to be a premier summer season opener with high-profile events, renowned winemakers, and fine…

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South Beach Street Chic

On Nantucket, fashion designer Sara Campbell finds a home away from home for her high-end threads. Last summer, Sara Campbell…

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In The Spotlight

Harwich Junior Theatre celebrates 60 seasons of hard work and remarkable performances. Thirty years after entering his first acting class,…

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A Life Revealed

The artwork of the late Hella Bailin reveals both the tragedies that haunted her youth and the grace she found…

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The Right Idea

Research by the Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies has refined our understanding of the North Atlantic right whale, one of…

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Days & Nights

Days Cottages, those barebones structures placed in a row along Route 6A, are relics of Depression-era Cape Cod. For devoted…

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Growing Green Hands

Cape students learn how to protect their fragile coastal environment with hands-on activities. When teacher Christine Fawkes’ first grade class…

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His Heaven on Earth

Award-winning Cape Cod landscape designer Paul Miskovsky’s own garden is mystical and magical any time of the day—or night. Paul…

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Woodland Wonder

In his woods, a Nantucket gardener creates a fairyland with imaginative planting, whimsical artistry—and an appreciation for nature’s wild side.…

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Coming Up Roses

Cape Cod rosarians share scoops on how to make this favorite—but sometimes capricious—plant a showstopping success in seaside gardens. Roses…

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Oh, to Pick the Perfect Pepper!

There is something so elemental about vegetable gardening, putting a simple seed in the ground, watering and watching over it…

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For the Creatures of the Earth

When Thomas A. Baxendale and his wife purchased Amrita Island in the late 1890s, they must have envisioned erecting their…

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The Coordinates of Bygone Days

Robert Finch’s commentary, “Two Windows,” which appears in The 1858 Map of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard, & Nantucket, tells us…

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