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Loudon & Friends: The Wain-Wrights Of Passage

Randee Mia Berman | Posted 07.30.2016 | Arts
Randee Mia Berman

It's a family that needs almost no introduction. But here it is anyway. It started with Loudon -- a musical legend -- and continued on to Sloan, Rufus, Martha, Lucy, Lexi, Suzzi...and, well, you almost need a genealogy chart, or at least a timeline, to map it out.

Out Of The Mouths Of Babes -- A Sisterhood Jazz Quartet

Randee Mia Berman | Posted 07.18.2016 | Women
Randee Mia Berman

Fast forward about 3,000 years to Israel Horovitz' play Out of the Mouths of Babes. In this striking Cherry Lane Theatre production (www.cherrylanetheatre.org), the Babes are adults. Out of their mouths comes wit..with claws. Picture four sassy, savvy, snarky babes -- all ex-wives and lovers of the same beloved Professor -- clumped together in one Paris apartment for his funeral.

Wild, Domestic, Sustainable, Traceable, and Affordable

Sea to Table | Posted 06.12.2016 | Green
Sea to Table

The US exclusive economic zone (EEZ) in the ocean is the world's largest, and American fishery management is the world's best. Yet more than 90% of al...

In Praise of the (Other) Great Spring Migration

Jon Forrest Dohlin | Posted 05.26.2016 | New York
Jon Forrest Dohlin

While the migratory movements of birds into the New York region are well known and enjoyed by thousands of nature lovers, another migration is underway beneath the surface of our coastal waters, as fish species also move along with the changing of the seasons. One such migratory species is the sand tiger shark.

Craig Gillespie Worked Hard to Make Sure That CG Waves Didn't Swamp The Finest Hours's Real-life Story

Jim Hill | Posted 05.25.2016 | Entertainment
Jim Hill

Looking back on the production of The Finest Hours (which was just released on Blu-ray & DVD yesterday), Gillespie was especially proud of the way this film's cast and crew worked together to make some of this movie's more complex shots possible.

The Golden Touch Behind My Golden Days

Randee Mia Berman | Posted 04.21.2016 | Entertainment
Randee Mia Berman

We've had the Golden Age; the Golden Goose; Golden Oldies; Golden Books; the Golden Globes. And now we 've got My Golden Days.

Movie Review: The Finest Hours...Don't Miss This One!

Carole Mallory | Posted 02.03.2016 | Entertainment
Carole Mallory

Excellent. The Finest Hours is a film about heroes--real in your face 3D IMAX heroes. Our Coast Guard. Their humility and selflessness deserve the...

The State of Sustainable Seafood 2015

Sea to Table | Posted 12.31.2015 | Green
Sea to Table

Although not moving fast enough, the trend to sustainable seafood is now established and growing. More Americans realize that wild fish is the healthiest protein, and want to know that their grandchildren will enjoy it.

A Call From the Sirens: The Work of Steve Lyons

Samantha Matcovsky | Posted 12.17.2015 | Arts
Samantha Matcovsky

Through his many series, painter and Impasto master, Steve Lyons, captures a range of emotions, stretching from Cape Cod to Berlin, and back again.

What I Found at a Yard Sale Sent Me on a Mission

Al DeLuise | Posted 12.04.2015 | Fifty
Al DeLuise

When all is said and done, do you think you could fit your entire life into three cardboard boxes? I don't mean your belongings, but your life; your ...

A Coffin for Cod? The Downward Spiral of the Fish That Built New England

Lee Crockett | Posted 11.23.2015 | Green
Lee Crockett

When Mike Anderson arrived in Cape Cod in the 1960s as a young man with dreams of adventures at sea, many people shared the same warning: "You won't get rich in the fishing business; it's just a way of life."

B&B's and Coffee: Where Local Flavors Take Flight

BnBFinder.com | Posted 11.04.2015 | Travel
BnBFinder.com

Java lovers rejoice! A number of B&B's across the country have embraced the bean, and the results make for very stimulating stays.

Eating Well in Martha's Vineyard

Rozanne Gold | Posted 08.29.2015 | Taste
Rozanne Gold

My husband and I trolloped around the island like gastronomads, looking for great things to eat. Some food was expensive and overwrought - and I encountered the worst lobster roll ever -- but mostly we were excited by what we found and continued our search for the sublime.

17 Places to Eat Seafood Before the End of Summer

Gogobot | Posted 08.24.2015 | Travel
Gogobot

August is rushing by, and with it the last perfect days to eat summery treats like oysters, crab legs, lobster rolls, garlic shrimp, shrimp and grits, fried fish...you get the point.

5 Things to Love About Cape Cod

Travelzoo | Posted 08.21.2015 | Travel
Travelzoo

As Massachusetts' beach-blanketed arm curves North, its inhabitable land begins to stretch thin and gives way to some of the most breathtaking marshland views in New England.

Former Boston Dance Boy Still Finds Freedom in P-town

John-Manuel Andriote | Posted 02.02.2016 | Queer Voices
John-Manuel Andriote

I was one of those Boston dance boys when I was 22 years old, way back in the summer of 1981. But a funny thing happened on the way to age 56: the Boston dance boy grew up.

2 Great Days in Cape Cod

Shoptiques | Posted 07.29.2016 | Travel
Shoptiques

Cape Cod: It's the quintessential summer destination. Located where New England juts out like a flexed arm to meet the Atlantic Ocean, this area is the place to find the perfect mix of quaint harbors, historic towns and, of course, sandy beaches.

Travel to Cape Cod

Andrea Poe | Posted 06.29.2015 | Travel
Andrea Poe

I have brought my eight-year-old daughter to Cape Cod in the hope of introducing her to a place I loved as a child. While the sea continues to eat away at its beaches and locals bemoan development pressures, the soul of Cape Cod remains very much the same as it has.

This Is What Happened at a Grownup Sleepover

Rumni Saha | Posted 06.28.2015 | Women
Rumni Saha

For some time I had been wicked stressed, taking on way more than I could handle but I did it -- well disguised on the outside but a veritable mess on the inside. So finally when I was able to convince myself that I was no superwoman in spite of what I liked to believe, and that it was nothing to be ashamed of, I felt a sense of relief. However, it was now time to make up for lost time and "unhad" fun.

Dylan, Autism and the Butterfly Effect

Suzy Hayman DeYoung | Posted 06.05.2015 | Impact
Suzy Hayman DeYoung

Is it unreasonable to imagine that a child or children in one part of the world may be helped, simply because one person in another part of the world decided to run a few miles?

Ice Chunks Taller Than People Washed Up On The Shores Of Cape Cod

The Huffington Post | Leigh Weingus | Posted 03.12.2015 | Green

It's no secret that Massachusetts had an intense winter. But now, with the snow finally melting, gigantic chunks of ice have washed up on the shores o...

Celebrating St. Patrick's Day -- on Cape Cod

Kathleen Beckett | Posted 04.10.2015 | Travel
Kathleen Beckett

On March 17, everyone is Irish. In my case, with ancestors coming from County Down, that's even more true. So when I heard last year that the charming Cape Cod town of Falmouth was turning itself into O'Falmouth Village and partying its little green heart out to celebrate Ireland's patron saint, I decided to check it out.

My Second Love

Lynda Freeman | Posted 03.17.2015 | Good News
Lynda Freeman

In spite of our best intentions, love has a way of coming round again. Here is such a story.

Worthless, Impossible and Stupid

Sea to Table | Posted 03.01.2015 | Healthy Living
Sea to Table

Daniel Isenberg has made a career of studying entrepreneurship. His book Worthless, Impossible and Stupid: How Contrarian Entrepreneurs Create and Ca...

Offshore Winds Soon to Power Cape Cod: Part 3

Stacy Clark | Posted 02.04.2015 | Green
Stacy Clark

Part 2 of this three-part series concerning America's first offshore wind farm was an October interview with Cape Wind's Communications Director Mark Rodgers. Rodgers recently recalled the significance of Massachusetts's original windmills to the early economy of Cape Cod: