Applications for 2017 Wellfleet Cultural Council Grants Proposals for programs in the arts, humanities, and interpretive sciences are all welcome provided they benefit the Wellfleet community. These grants can support a wide range of local projects and activities such as exhibitions, live performances, publications, workshops, classes, special events, and more. [...]
Provincetown’s 1st Annual Day of the Dead Performing Arts Festival 2016 Press Release Provincetown’s 1st Annual...
Cape Cod Museum Month Runs Through September 30 This is the second annual Museum Month with some great events and discounts...
Constantine Manos Exhibit in Boston There will be a grand opening of the Leica Store and Gallery in Boston on Thursday,...
Wellfleet Conservation Trust offers its 10th Annual Guided Walk on Lieutenant Island Wellfleet Conservation Trust (WCT) will offer its 10th Annual Guided Walk on Saturday, September 10th beginning at 9a.m. The walk, which is open to the public and free of charge, will be a tour of Lieutenant’s Island in [...]Read more ›
by Steve Desroches We’re stronger together and Donald Trump is a f**king idiot. Those are two things I’ve long believed that were reaffirmed when I went to the Hillary Clinton fundraiser at the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum the Sunday after Carnival. I went for two reasons: I love Provincetown [...]Read more ›
The National Park Service Turns 100 by Steve Desroches On August 25, 1916, President Woodrow Wilson signed the Organic Act, which created the National Park Service (NPS). National Park Service sites around the country celebrated this centennial this past week, including special events within the Cape Cod National Seashore. The [...]Read more ›
In Memory of Josephine Del Deo October 24, 1925 – August 25, 2016 It’s hard, if not downright impossible, to express how much good Josephine Del Deo did for her beloved Provincetown. That makes her loss this past week at the age of 90 all the harder. Her steely determination [...]Read more ›
Melinda Buckley’s Mother (and me) by Rebecca M. Alvin When Melinda Buckley’s mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, she went through what she calls “the Alzheimer’s Crash Course.” Her recollection is of a “hurricane of diagnosis and what to do.” Shortly thereafter, the New York actress found herself writing about [...]Read more ›
Drag Brunch at Patio Brings in Big Bucks for HOW This year’s Carnival Drag Brunch hosted by Patio American Grill in Provincetown on August 19 raised the most money ever in the 12-year history of this annual fundraiser to benefit Helping Our Women (HOW). Joachim Sandbichler, Patio American Grill owner, [...]Read more ›