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ANNOUNCEMENTS: June 29, 2017

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Kate Clinton to be Honored by LPAC LPAC, the national grassroots lesbian political action committee supporting pro-LGBTQ and pro-women’s equality candidates, is hosting its second annual benefit comedy show. This year’s show will feature some of the top LGBTQ women’s comics today, including Janine Brito, Erin Foley, Dana Goldberg, Brittani [...]

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Fishermen Hall Begins Its Inaugural Season

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by Steve Desroches This summer marks the debut of the newly named Fishermen Hall, named after the Provincetown Schools longtime mascot, as it welcomes back the Peregrine Theatre Ensemble as well as Ryan Landry’s Gold Dust Orphans for their first season at the Winslow Street theater. Built in 1931 the [...]

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A Cape Codder as President

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A Celebration of the John F. Kennedy Centennial at PAAM by Steve Desroches When John F. Kennedy won the presidential election of 1960 he did so registered at his Irving Avenue address in the village of Hyannis Port, home to the famed Kennedy Compound.  And despite being born in Brookline, [...]

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Order & Chaos

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The Art of Peter Macara by Steve Desroches The morning started off just breezy, but it’s on the cusp of being full on windy as white caps begin to appear in Provincetown Harbor. Artist Peter Macara pours a cup of coffee as Barbara Rushmore works her way through a stack [...]

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Creating a Beacon of Hospitality

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by Jeannette de Beauvoir “It’s a true honor,” says K. David Weidner, executive director of the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum, “to be part of the history of our town—and, in fact, of our nation and of our world, because that’s what the museum represents!” Since January, the museum’s history [...]

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REVIEW: Everything is Established

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by Jeannette de Beauvoir We’re told at the beginning of the play that everything is established–but then spend the next hour finding out that nothing really is, in this season-opener by the Harbor Stage Company. Written by Hannah Kenah, the play centers around four characters, one of which never appears…and [...]

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Ten Things I Love About You

June 14, 2017 5:00 am0 comments

Adventures in the Provincetown Art Scene by Rebecca M. Alvin There are so many reasons to come to Provincetown in the summer. It’s not only because of its beautiful beaches and magnificent light. It’s not only because the culture is open and accepting and the LGBTQ community is so integral [...]

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Home Movies

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Short Documentaries Focus on New England at Film Fest by Steve Desroches For those who live in the region it sometimes takes a trip afar to recognize the customs, culture and folkways that make New England distinct and unique. Or the focus of a documentarian’s camera lens can illustrate that [...]

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ANNOUNCEMENTS: June 15, 2017

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Monumental Fourth of July Picnic Announced The Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum has announced for the first time they will host a Fourth of July dinner followed by fireworks viewing from their unmatched location above the town on High Pole Road. A deluxe picnic dinner will be included, featuring a [...]

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A Full Circle Rainbow

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by Steve Desroches Documentaries on LGBT History With 1969 generally marked as the beginning of the modern movement for equal rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, we’re nearing the half century mark, which provides both distance and the need for further examination and documentation of LGBT history. Over [...]

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