Ghost Images

by Rebecca M. Alvin The muted, blue-gray images of the late Arthur Cohen are recognizable anywhere. Throughout a career of more than 50 years, his...

The Thin Place

Review by Jaiden van Bork Part of the beauty of boundary-pushing theater is that I never know quite how I’m going to feel once I’m...

The Smoldering Core: Photographer Stephen Aiken: Art, New York City, and the 1970s

by Steve Desroches As a teenager growing up in Cambridge, Stephen Aiken loved the Velvet Underground. Though largely a phenomenon of New York City, the...

A Mermaid’s Tale: Tatiana von Fürstenberg At Home in Provincetown

by Steve Desroches It’s a grey morning in mid-June, but Provincetown Harbor is still impossibly gorgeous. The view from Tatiana von Fürstenberg’s home is framed...

The Eyes Have It

by Steve Desroches Top Image: Joan Crawford by Justin Vivian Bond Justin Vivian Bond once heard a story about Joan Crawford. In 1956, Crawford, who at...

The Silk Road to Provincetown

by Steve Desroches Top Image: Diane von Furstenberg with Jimmy Lee Curtis at Provincetown Fashion Weekend in 2018. Walking into Jimmy Lee Curtis’ studio at The...

Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum

Perhaps the most iconic structure in Provincetown, the Pilgrim Monument can be seen across the Bay, all the way out to Brewster. Situated atop...

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...

The Snarling Summers of Roy Cohn

by Steve Desroches “Where’s my Roy Cohn?” That’s what President Donald Trump asked in a moment of rage, according to the New York Times in January,...

Painting With The Mind’s Eye

The Art of Helen Miranda Wilson by Steve Desroches A conversation with Helen Miranda Wilson is a fascinating view into the mind of an artist. No...