Sunday Journal – Against The Tide

The annual Against the Tide event to raise awareness about breast cancer takes place next month in Brewster at Nickerson State Park. Cheryl Osimo with … [Read more...]

Sunday Journal – Recovering Champions

The Cape and Islands continue to wrestle with the opioid epidemic -- as much of the nation does. Recovering Champions in Falmouth is gearing up for a … [Read more...]

Sunday Journal – JFK 100 – Politics

The JFK 100 Life and Legacy series continues with a discussion on civic engagement and what the former president may think about today’s political … [Read more...]

Sunday Journal – Cape League Charity Softball

The Cape Cod Baseball League and Spaulding Rehab have teamed up for a celebrity softball game this summer to benefit the hospital. We’ll tell you what … [Read more...]

Sunday Journal – Heritage Museums And Gardens

Summer on Cape Cod means Heritage Museums and Gardens in Sandwich is alive with color and activity. Executive Director Ellen Spear joins the program … [Read more...]

Sunday Journal – Children’s Cove Teen Task Force

We talk with teens from Dennis-Yarmouth about their recent work with Children’s Cove to help fellow students dealing with sexual abuse and violence. … [Read more...]

Sunday Journal – Independence House

Independence House in Hyannis is gearing up for to open a new shelter for victims of domestic violence. The new facility will open this fall on Cape … [Read more...]

Sunday Journal – Pilgrim Monument

The Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum is gearing up for a big summer of activities at the iconic structure overlooking the town. Executive … [Read more...]

Sunday Journal – IFAW

The International Fund for Animal Welfare has welcomed a new executive vice president to the Yarmouth Port-based organization. We sit down with Kelvin … [Read more...]

Sunday Journal – Hyannis Sound

The acapella college singing group, Hyannis Sound, joins the program to talk about their upcoming season on Cape Cod. They also sing a couple of songs … [Read more...]


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