PHOTOS: An Afternoon at Chapaquoit Beach

It's spring! We spent the first day of spring at Chapaquoit Beach in Falmouth and were not disappointed. Beautiful blue skies with no wind made … [Read more...]

The 16th Annual Girls Night Out Will Celebrate and Inspire Women

Women’s Empowerment through Cape Area Networking (WE CAN) is an organization that enables Cape Cod women with unique services that encourage … [Read more...]

PHOTOS: Exploring Windmill Beach in Yarmouth

We spent a little time over the last few days exploring the beaches of the Cape.   Ultimately, we decided to swing by Windmill Beach in … [Read more...]

PHOTOS: A Nice Day at Scudder’s Lane Town Landing

We went out to explore Scudder's Lane Town Landing yesterday and caught a bunch of shell fisherman in action. Take a peek at some of the clips, and … [Read more...]

Puritan Cape Cod Looks Ahead While Honoring its Core Values

At Puritan Cape Cod, quality and personalized service are absolutely everything. The family-owned and operated business was first opened in 1919 by … [Read more...]

The Cape Cod Hand Project – A Study in Community Through Preservation and Storytelling

Cape Cod is famous the world over for its talented artists and creativity. You can find incredible pieces from all mediums here, each more inspired … [Read more...]

PHOTOS: Chilly Scene at Blish Point in Barnstable

The Cape has been absolutely frigid over the last few days, which makes a perfect time to head to the beach.  With no one in sight, you're … [Read more...]

FACES OF CAPE COD – Sebastian Junger: Author, Filmmaker, Man of the Woods

Sebastian Junger has called Cape Cod his second home almost all his life, all the way back to his childhood. Born in Boston, the author of The Perfect … [Read more...]

PHOTOS: A Cold Day Loaded with Sea Shells at Dowses Beach

It's been a chilly start to Thursday on the Cape. We went out to Osterville to take a look at Dowses beach.  The water was beautiful as ever, … [Read more...]

Hold Your Green Beer – There Be Some Genuine Irish Here

I have to admit that, in my 40-plus years on this planet and as the child of Irish immigrants, I never understood the commercialism that surrounds St. … [Read more...]



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