Q&A with Jason Schmidt of The Golden Gays

by Steve Desroches It’s cuter than an intrauterine. It’s funnier than Stan’s toupee. It’s better than a night out at the Rusty Anchor. It’s The...

Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea : Provincetown’s Historic Bad Reputation

by Steve Desroches On Halloween night in 1840, Chatham sea captain Jedidy Cole drew his last breath and then slipped away as death came calling....

King Coal and Tótem

Review by Rebecca M. Alvin Many years ago, my first documentary premiered at a film festival in Chicago called the Women in the Director’s Chair...

Lea DeLaria

Review by Rebecca M. Alvin In 2019 when Lea DeLaria and her partners opened The Club, it was an exciting addition to the Provincetown club...

A Sunday Kind of Love : Tessa Skara Brings Gay Church to Provincetown

by Steve Desroches Looking at the often religion-fueled attacks on the LGBTQ community, Tessa Skara is a bit confused. The New York City comedian grew...

Writing Home : Kelle Groom Publishes New Memoir How to Live

by Steve Desroches There is a peace in Kelle Groom’s demeanor and an energy to her words the emits serenity. That’s not to say, or...

Welcome to the Dark Side : Tom Hewitt in Another Medea

by G.W. Mercure Spoiler alert: In the original Medea, by the Greek playwright Euripides, the jilted Medea murders her own children at the end. So,...

Q&A with Mason Dunn, Keynote Speaker at TransWeek

by Jaiden van Bork Much of America has long struggled to overcome its bias and hatred toward the transgender community. Despite significant progress made by...

Loopty Loo : Broadway’s James Jackson Jr. Returns to Provincetown

by Steve Desroches         Strange Loop had a strange journey. And James Jackson Jr. should know. He was there from the beginning. From the first...

The Painter and the Dunes

by Lee Roscoe Whether painting the Outer Cape landscape, architectural details, flowers, portraits, clammers and fishermen, artists’ mannequins mixed in with real people, ballet dancers,...