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Articles by: zia.dee

REVIEW: Blue Jasmine

August 28, 2013 7:00 am0 comments

by Rebecca M. Alvin For many fans of Woody Allen, each new film brings with it the promise of his past brilliance and the threat of his resting on his laurels, as he has on occasion. A filmmaker as prolific as Allen simply cannot always make a masterpiece. But with [...]

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Q&A with Banjo Master Bela Fleck

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The legendary banjo master Béla Fleck along with clawhammer banjo player and singer Abigail Washburn are coming to the Payomet Performing Arts Center this week. Fleck, who has been nominated in more Grammy Award categories than any other musician, is best known for leading Béla Fleck and the Flecktones, and [...]

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Coming Home

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by Steve Desroches An aerial view of Provincetown reveals a human built landscape of varying structures in size, color, scale, and design. Homes, all of which have their own story tell, evoking different memories based upon the individual memories of whoever is looking at the house. For many in Provincetown [...]

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A Kind Heart

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by Steve Desroches She’s toured the world over, but Roslyn Kind remembers Provincetown well. “I’m really looking forward to it,” says Kind of her upcoming concerts in Provincetown. “It was almost always September that I was there. I remember because I was always rushing home for the Jewish holiday. Oh, [...]

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ANNOUNCEMENTS: August 28 – September 4

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Call for Volunteers for the Swim for Life  The annual Swim for Life and Paddler Flotilla is looking for volunteers to help with this great community event. Now in its 26th year, the Swim will take place on Saturday, September 7 and the event takes about 150 people to operate [...]

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Latent Images: The Photography of Constantine Manos

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by Rebecca Alvin There has never been a time when photography has been so ubiquitous. It’s hard to even walk around the corner without encountering somebody taking a picture of something with his or her phone, or iPod, or even an actual camera. But as with anything, quantity does not [...]

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REVIEW: My Brother Jack

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by Rebecca M. Alvin If you’ve ever had one of those nightmares where you try to scream and nothing comes out, you try to move and you are inexplicably paralyzed, or you try to wake yourself up only to realize you are powerless to do so, then you will sympathize [...]

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Lady Bunny Energizes!

August 21, 2013 7:00 am0 comments

by Jeannette de Beauvoir Her new dance tune, Take Me Up High, is currently at #25 on both the Billboard and the DJ Times dance charts, but the reality is that Lady Bunny surprised even her most ardent supporters with her ability both to sing and to write her own [...]

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REVIEW: Enter Kurt Vonnegut

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by Steve Desroches In Kevin Rice’s new play Enter Kurt Vonnegut a family obsessed with the sardonic writer stirs around their Barnstable home reimagining the firebombing of Dresden while occasionally looking out towards Cape Cod Bay to see if the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant has melted down yet. As all [...]

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Thoroughly Modern Megan

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Megan Mullally Returns to the Art House by Steve Desroches It’s any actor’s dream to so fully create a character it not only takes on a life all its own, but becomes a cultural phenomenon. There’s a special club of television actresses that have done just that: Jean Stapleton with [...]

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