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Make Way for the Resistance

by Rebecca M. Alvin It’s undeniable. There is a sense of outrage and fear, coupled with disbelief that has spread since the election of President...

Breaking Through

Emerging Artists Featured at PAAM by Rebecca M. Alvin Anyone who has wandered through the streets of the east end of Commercial Street on Friday nights...

The Golden Years of Silver

Provincetown and Modernist Jewelry by Steve Desroches When it comes to Provincetown history it’s a bit like panning for gold. Just when you think you’ve heard...

Just Down the Road

A Look at Wellfleet Printmakers by Rebecca M. Alvin “We need to have a Wellfleet museum like PAAM… the Wellfleet Print Museum,” enthuses Arthur N. Gilbert,...

First Things First – Naomi Wolf on Free Speech

by Steve Desroches Last October, Yale University lecturer Erika Christakis wrote an e-mail in response to the school’s Intercultural Affairs Committee warning students to not...

Celebrate Music! Celebrate Community!

by Steve Desroches Since the Outer Cape Chorale’s inception in 2002 it has become a beloved community institution by both its members and its audiences...

The Unity of Spirit

by Steve Desroches Constance Black sits in the Hawthorne Gallery at the Provincetown Art Association and Museum (PAAM) on a chilly April night made warm...

West Meets East

AMP Gallery Relocates by Rebecca M. Alvin For four years Debbie Nadolney has been bringing an eclectic set of contemporary art to her West End gallery...

The Wonder of Provincetown’s Whales

by Rebecca M. Alvin Above Image: Ahab vs. Moby by Justine Ives If you’ve ever been on a whale watch, you know the thrill of catching...

Act Up’s Second Act

Larry Kramer on Where We’ve Been and Where We Go From Here by Steve Desroches On...