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Art’s Dune Tours

If you’ve never been on a dune tour, you’re missing out on a whole other Provincetown. Since 1946 Art’s Dune Tours has...

REVIEW: Orson’s Shadow

 by Rebecca M. Alvin TOP IMAGE: Phillip Hays as Kenneth Tynan, Christopher “Chiz” Chisholm as Orson Welles,  and...

The Only Woman in the Joint

by Steve Desroches Sharon McNight is yodeling at the Sea Dragon lounge, the upstairs cocktail bar at the Pilgrim House. Her vocal acrobatics bounce off...

Generation Linklater

by Rebecca M. Alvin Top Image: Photo: David Brendan Hall/Courtesy of Austin Film Society In...

The Town of Yes

by Steve Desroches Tucked back on the other side of Bradford Street on the cusp of the East End, the morning air is filled with...

Revolutionary Love

by Steve Desroches Top Image: Author Joan Steinau Lester. Photo: Irene Young Joan Steinau...

REVIEW: You Can’t Take It With You

by Steve Desroches Chances are you know someone on stage at the Provincetown Theater’s production of You Can’t Take It With You. Chances are in...

Seasons Change, Love Remains

Terrence McNally Comes to the Provincetown Theater by Steve Desroches One of Terrence McNally’s first jobs after graduating from Columbia University in 1960 sounds perhaps...

The (drag) Queen of country

by Steve Desroches Trixie Mattel just woke up in San Antonio, Texas, shortly after noon on the first day of July. She clears the sleep...

Review: Dina Martina – Creme de la Dregs

by Rebecca M. Alvin Every summer, the sleepy, chilly streets of Provincetown reawaken to the glamour and sparkle of drag queens barking for their shows,...