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The Watch List

Our Watch List identifies and recognizes some of the rising stars on Cape Cod—the people who are reimagining and changing things for the better in their industry, who are perhaps building a brand but also building a dream. These movers and shakers are from all paths of life whether it’s food and beverage, hospitality, music, or the nonprofit sector, but they all share something in common: resiliency and determination that has helped them persevere through...

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Cleansing Tides

The proverb “It’s an ill bird that fouls its own nest” first appeared in the written word sometime around 1250—in the Middle English poem, “The Owl and the Nightingale”—and yet, as humanity approaches the quarter turn of the 21st Century, the implications in that medieval wisdom still resonate. There’s no denying that much of our home environment suffers from the accumulation of “fouling.” Sometimes an area’s degradation is the result of outside interests, such as when...

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The History of Heritage

By Chris White | April 16, 2024

Celebrating its 55th year, Heritage Museums & Gardens sheds light on the people who inhabited the historical grounds.

The Child In All of Us

By Cape Cod Life Publications | April 16, 2024

The Cape Cod Museum of Natural History Celebrates 70 years!

Artistic Legacy

By Julie Craven Wagner | April 16, 2024

Cape Cod LIFE has proudly shone a spotlight on hundreds of local artists for 45 years. We reintroduce you to some of our favorites.

Photo Portfolio: Betty Wiley

By Christina Galt | April 16, 2024

Photographer Betty Wiley finds endless inspiration in the natural hues of New England’s landscape. 

Weekend Away: British Virgin Islands, Virgin Gorda

By Julie Craven Wagner | April 16, 2024

When considering a weekend away, why not really get away? All the way to the Bitter End of Virgin Gorda.

A Slice of LIFE

By Cape Cod Life Publications | April 16, 2024

Over 45 years, one thing has remained the same: creating iconic covers has become synonymous with our brand.

Good Reads in LIFE: A Feast For Your Eyes

By Leslie Hatton | April 16, 2024

Living on Cape Cod we (thankfully) have no shortage of extraordinary fish markets and restaurants featuring locally sourced seafood; it’s in fact, one of the reasons that the Cape is so popular. However, we often find ourselves stuck in a rut of how to prepare the endless …

Gunk’holing: Thanks for the Memories

By Brian Shortsleeve | April 16, 2024

It is always a pleasure to receive feedback from our audience and followers. Over the past 45 years, the correspondence has covered many topics and provided interesting memories that others…

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Readers’ Resource: The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod

By Cape Cod Life Publications | April 16, 2024

With a century of serving as an integral part of Cape Codders’ lives, The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod has cultivated a profound understanding of their clients’ needs.

Readers’ Resource: Mid-Cape Athletic Club

By Cape Cod Life Publications | April 16, 2024

For decades now the Mid-Cape Athletic Club has been a mainstay on the menu of activities offered across the Cape.

Readers’ Resource: Light and Living

By Christina Galt | April 16, 2024

With 38 years of lighting experience, Steve Rice, owner of Light and Living continues to offer the finest, design-driven lighting on Cape Cod and across New England for your home.

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Helping Hands & Caring Hearts

By Wes Cipolla | November 13, 2023

Meet ten nonprofits whose efforts are devoted to strengthening our community.

Good Folk

By Julie Craven Wagner | November 13, 2023

Yarmouthport artist Marieluise Hutchinson brings a simpler time and straight forward values to life in her inimitable scenes of New England life.

The Business of Giving

By Leslie Hatton | November 13, 2023

Shining a light on nine local businesses with philanthropic values at their core.

Creating Camelot

By Chris White | November 13, 2023

JFK’s legacy and how it has shaped our understanding of an era 60 years after his assassination.

Photo Portfolio: Stephanie Wright

By Christina Galt | November 13, 2023

Local photographer Stephanie Wright takes the path less traveled on her journey to creativity.

Season of Lights

By Julie Craven Wagner | November 13, 2023

Celebrating 20 years of Gardens Aglow at Sandwich’s Heritage Museums & Gardens.

Good Things in LIFE: Duck Duck Give!

By Christina Galt | November 13, 2023

Good Things in LIFE is back to shine a light on an island business doing good!

Good Reads in LIFE: Rising From the Bunker

By Chris White | November 13, 2023

Local author Matt Fitzpatrick returns with a Chatham-based thriller.

Spotlight: Chatham Jewelers

By Cape Cod Life Publications | November 13, 2023

A History of Giving Chatham Jewelers has been helping to perfect the art of gift giving for over 70 years. With an accredited…