Articles by: zia.dee

From Page to Stage : The Work of Mike Albo

May 1, 2013 8:00 am0 comments

  by Steve Desroches Writer Mike Albo went to Jamaica on a press junket in 2009. At the time, he wrote the popular “Critical Shopper” column for the New York Times not as a staff writer, but as a freelancer. Internet gossip swirled in questions over the ethics of paid [...]

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REVIEW: The Dead Celebrity Cookbook by Frank DeCaro

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by Steve Desroches When celebrities die they leave behind a legacy of films, archives of television appearances, and old news clippings. But they also leave delicious recipes for meat loaf, tuna salad, and non-dairy cheesecake. Radio show host and comedian Frank DeCaro has assembled a celebrity culinary archive and published [...]

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REVIEW: God of Carnage

April 24, 2013 3:26 pm0 comments

by Steve Desroches What if there is no God, or more likely, what if God is chaos. The Provincetown Theater’s production of Yasmina Reza’s Tony Award-winning play God of Carnage presents a fantastic examination of trying to create order in a universe that doesn’t respect it. Two upper middle-class couples [...]

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A Provincetown Herstory: A film by Catherine Russo

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You don’t know the half of it: A common statement that is often true, especially when it comes to history. Stories that percolate through time and form our collective understanding of history are shaped by culture, power dynamics, and politics. In that process vital aspects of the history of a [...]

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Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary Walk on theWild Side

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  by Rebecca M. Alvin While the summer brings with it a frenzy of activities on the Outer Cape, from parades to drag shows to theme weeks, springtime brings with it an awareness of the Cape’s primary draw…Mother Nature. Sure, the spring weather isn’t the easiest to predict and we often grow [...]

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The Art of Nature / The Nature of Art

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By Steve Desroches On a gorgeous spring day the warm rays of sun shine through the double-layered canopy of scrub pines and the taller maples and oaks at the Dunes’ Edge Campground. Work crews clean up piles of pine needles and branches after a wild and windy winter finally seems [...]

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ANNOUNCEMENTS: April 25 – May 1, 2013

April 20, 2013 12:15 pm0 comments

Positively Different Arts Foundation Scholarship and Fellowship Program Deadline Extended The scholarship and fellowship programs are vehicles for expanding local artists’ knowledge and capacity for building a stronger arts community on the Cape. The programs provide funding for undergraduate and postgraduate studies in arts-related fields. Eligibility: Scholarship – Students who [...]

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Review: Rendezvous in Rhythm by Hot Club of Cowtown

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by Rebecca M. Alvin It’s not surprising to read in the press notes for Hot Club of Cowtown’s new album that the band spent some time in the South of France before recording it. Yes, this is an American band from Texas. And yes, when you listen you will hear [...]

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Embrace your inner Epicure

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by Rebecca M. Alvin “I believe that any food you eat should be eaten without any regrets. It shouldn’t bring with it one ounce of regret,” says Paul Kearins, a Dutch chocolatier who will be coming to Provincetown this year as part of the Sixth Annual Chocolate Festival organized by [...]

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Shattering the Science Nerd Stereotype

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by Rebecca M. Alvin Coming to terms with what we can and cannot control is a fundamental part of any coming-of-age story. There is a beauty in accepting the imperfection of humanity and the impermanence of all life. In Japanese culture, the celebration of imperfection, simplicity, and the temporary nature [...]

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