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Owner and CEO of Dune Jewelry & Co., Holly Daniels Christensen, has cracked the code–finding a way to keep special moments from fleeting.
What began as a part-time career for Rachel Baumrin, owner of Austin Designs, has morphed into a full-time career.
Guilty Bakery began when two souls came together to create something wonderful. Amy Cotter and Krista Leary (‘the brunette one’ and ‘the blonde one’, respectively,) have now been heading this successful bakeshop for a decade.
Julia Esteves and her husband Artek Milczanowski, owners of JuliaGarden Design, Ltd. in Osterville, bring a breadth of knowledge and experience to her designs that result in healthy and beautiful outdoor living spaces.
Business in Bloom For more than 40 years Harvest of Barnstable in Yarmouth Port has been providing quality interior décor items that are a true reflection of a homeowner’s personal…
In our 20s, how many of us can call ourselves a CEO? How many of us can call ourselves a female CEO for that matter? For Nantucket native Renee Perkins, being part of that exclusive club is something she was seemingly destined to achieve.
Deborah Quinn-Munson uses pastels to create paintings which draw you in and transfix your soul.
For almost 100 years, women have slowly, but most assuredly, been making their mark on Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
WeNeedaVacation presents an elegant bay side retreat, with all the amenities and views one could imagine for the perfect Cape Cod getaway.
For the past 8 years, Megan Murphy and The Kindness Rocks Project have been bringing beachgoers little moments of joy and inspiration.
From lifestyle and entertaining expert Kimberly Whitman, and interior designer Shelley Johnstone, comes their new book, “A Loving Table,” which centers on women, family, food & tradition.
Now living in the area known as “The Head of the Bay,” meaning Buzzards Bay, has proved to be wonderfully eye opening for Publisher Brian Shortsleeve.