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Articles by: zia.dee

REVIEW: 5 to 9

August 2, 2017 5:00 am0 comments

by Steve Desroches Provincetown is often put in a unique position. As a beautiful beach side town with a booming nightlife, tourists come by the thousands to relax, have fun, and forget about the real world for a little while. As Henry David Thoreau said about a visit to the [...]

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REVIEW: Dina Martina

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RuPaul. RuPaul. RuPaul. It’s a steady mantra of drag fans, longtime and new, as he has undoubtedly brought drag performance to a whole new level of attention and appreciation. As alumni of the television show tour the country, they can often dominate the performance scene, sometimes to the exclusion of [...]

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The Summer of Love

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by Steve Desroches Courtney Love is in a car going down Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles. Believe it or not the famous strip has lousy cell reception and she explains that she is so sorry, but she’ll be out of the dead zone in a few minutes, traffic willing, and [...]

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The Art of the Circle

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by Rebecca M. Alvin Thinking of Budd Hopkins’ work, one can’t help but see circles. It is perhaps the most dominant element in his work over the past 50 years or so. But as visitors to the pair of exhibitions in town featuring Hopkins’ work will see, there is much [...]

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Slideshow

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by Rebecca M. Alvin One of the highlights of this year’s Whitney Biennial was an installation by Lyle Ashton Harris that incorporates video, journals, slides, and photographs into a multimedia flashback to the 1980s and 90s when the images were originally captured. Titled Once (Now) Again, the piece included images [...]

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Announcements: August, 3 2017

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Library Director Matt Clark Moves on to Pursue Other Opportunities Provincetown Public Library Director Matt Clark is known for creating innovative programming, his inclusiveness of the community and strong management skills. In his three years as library director, he revived the Provincetown Public Library into a thriving community center, led [...]

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A Wicked Smash

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Megan Hilty Comes to Town Hall by Steve Desroches Much like Provincetown, there is a discernible magic to Broadway. You can feel it, but it’s hard to describe with any pinpoint accuracy. The lights dim, the orchestra begins to play, and the curtain opens, transporting audiences to a whole new [...]

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Night of a Thousand Queens

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by Steve Desroches Comedian and musician Deven Green just finished her show at the Pilgrim House Showroom at the Sage Inn. In this stream of consciousness mash-up, sing-a-long Green takes her audience on a magic carpet ride zipping and zapping around from joke to joke in between belting out songs [...]

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Announcements – July 26, 2017

July 26, 2017 2:25 pm0 comments

GO Magazine Names Lynette Molnar of Provincetown One of “100 Women We Love” Provincetown’s renowned women’s event producer Lynette Molnar has been named one of “100 Women We Love” by GO Magazine, the nation’s most widely distributed lesbian magazine. Molnar, a longtime Provincetown resident, has produced scores of diverse and [...]

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REVIEW: Glengarry Glen Ross

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by Rebecca M. Alvin Just before the lights went down at the Harbor Stage, a member of the audience remarked, “well, you can’t really mess this up; it’s Mamet.” True enough, Mamet’s writing is genius and Glengarry Glen Ross is a perfect example of his ability to make authentic dialogue [...]

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