Cape Cod Kids: 12 Things To Do with Your Child on the Cape

Whether you are visiting the Cape or have Cape Cod Kids you've raised here, there are always many things to do. While some may perish the thought … [Read more...]

This Misunderstood Farm Animal That’s Playful Like a Dog

Pigs are easily one of the most misunderstood animal species. They're viewed by many as dirty and useful for little more than a food source — but in … [Read more...]

Restaurants You’re Most Looking Forward to Opening This Spring/Summer

Welcome to the Short List! The Short List is a place for people to share opinions and discover new things on and about Cape Cod. We take your … [Read more...]

Burning Down Ernie Boch Jr’s House (With Help from the Edgartown Fire Dept)

They burned down Ernie Boch Jr's house...on purpose! Recently, Ernie Boch Jr applied for demolition permits for a house on some property he owns on … [Read more...]

The Short List Question: What are you most looking forward to doing this summer on the Cape?

Welcome to the Short List! The Short List is a place for people to share opinions and discover new things on and about Cape Cod.  We take your … [Read more...]

Trailering Tips For The Long Haul

Get Your Boat And Trailer Road-Trip Ready If you love fishing as much as I do, you know that there is always someplace just beyond your normal range … [Read more...]

Should You Ever Take in a Stray Kitten?

Kitten season, which runs from April to October in most locations in the U.S., is upon us. During this time of year, sadly, shelters across the … [Read more...]

Meet K-9 Officer Ambrosini and His Brand-New Partner, Gauge

What happens when a second-generation K-9 police officer meets a second-chance rescue dog? You get a force to be reckoned with in the fight against … [Read more...]

Sandwich Taverna – “The Place to Be”

For hearty meals and a cozy, spirited atmosphere, head to the Sandwich Taverna at 290 Route 130 in Sandwich. It’s not your average pub – an … [Read more...]

Avocados: More than Guac

Up until the early 1980s or so, the avocado was generally considered a regional fruit in America. (Yes, it’s a fruit.) Before then it had mostly been … [Read more...]