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New & Noteworthy on Cape Cod: 2014
March 26, 2014
EVENTSFor seven years, the Annual Boatbuilders’ Show on Cape Cod, “the best little boat show in the Northeast,” has drawn a sizable crowd of quality ...
What a Deal! Great Ways to Capture Cape Cod Fun for Less
March 24, 2014
You might not think you’d be able to have a great time for less than 10 dollars in this day and age, but Cape Cod ...
Table for Two? Or Will it be Six?
March 19, 2014
Whether it’s a night out with the kids or a romantic evening for two, Cape Cod offers an abundance of dining options from the moment ...
New & Noteworthy on the Cape & Islands 2013
February 25, 2013
Services/Apps Families vacationing in Chatham and neighboring villages can breathe easier when it’s comes to finding a babysitter this year. Summer Sitters, LLC (508-237-8965) is ...
Taste Tour: Sampling Food and Culture Across the Cape
February 22, 2013
From the moment you cross the Bourne and Sagamore bridges until you reach the tip of Provincetown, there are dining options on Cape Cod to ...
Executive Chef Robbin Haas Changes it Up at The Pointe
July 20, 2012
Robbin Haas is a skilled and creative master chef with credits to his name from Long Island to Antigua. In fact, his acclaim reaches out ...
New & Noteworthy on the Cape & Islands 2012
March 05, 2012
LODGING NEWS: Some changes are in the works for Nantucket Island Resorts. Twenty new luxury units are being added to White Elephant Hotel Residences’ (50 ...
Cape Cod Comfort Food
March 02, 2012
Surrounded by water on all sides, it’s no wonder that seafood reigns supreme on the Cape’s food scene.The abundance of seafood in local waters influences ...
Lunches Locals Love
March 31, 2011
It is one of the first questions discerning visitors will ask upon arriving on Cape Cod: “Where do the locals go?” Nothing brings more enjoyment ...
New & Noteworthy on the Cape & Islands 2011
March 31, 2011
ACTIVITIESIt’s the beauty and natural environment that draws visitors from all over the world to Cape Cod and the Islands and nurturing that environment has ...
Food & Fun: Blending edibles with excitement
March 31, 2011
Here are some combos that were just meant to be together. Their unions, like Romeo and Juliet, were written in the stars. Chips and salsa, or ...
A Day on the Old King's Highway
March 10, 2010
17 stops create the perfect day on Route 6A Cape Cod's Route 6A, which runs parallel to the coastline from Bourne to Provincetown, was originally ...
The Beautiful Bountiful Breakfast
March 10, 2010
Slowing down to savor the morning meal Vacationing is supposed to be about slowing down, taking time to savor the day and relish in relaxing. ...
New & Noteworthy 2010
March 10, 2010
RESTAURANTS Jeff Zartarian, owner of The Paddock in Hyannis, has opened Delmar Bar and Bistro (907 Main St., Chatham; 508-945-9988). The menu is a combination ...
The Lowdown on After Sundown
March 09, 2010
When visitors to Cape Cod drive over the canal they hope to check their worries at the bridge as they enter this New England paradise, ...
Red Sox Nation ‘South': Cape Places to Watch the Game and Grab a Pint
March 09, 2010
Here in the shadows of Fenway Park, in the heart of Red Sox Nation, in the home of the Cape Cod Baseball League, our deep-rooted ...
A Foodie's Delight
February 19, 2009
Food festivals are a fun excuse to travel, and the Cape and Islands have a festival for just about every taste and season. Many of ...
From Haute Cuisine to Clam Shacks, Cape Cod has it all
February 19, 2009
Dining on the Cape is an epicurean’s delight, with restaurants offering everything from haute cuisine, with delightfully elegant presentations, to clam shacks that keep it ...
New & Noteworthy
February 19, 2009
Claire Murray, (601 Main St., Dennis; 508-385-2262) who is famous for her coastal-inspired rug designs, has opened another location for her hand-hooked creations. Inside a ...
Daytrip to Plymouth
February 19, 2009
Cape Cod is the perfect place to stay and discover not only the natural beauty and culture throughout this peninsula, but the continuing story of ...
Daytrip to Quincy
February 19, 2009
Cape Cod is the perfect place to stay and discover not only the natural beauty and culture throughout this peninsula, but the continuing story of ...
Champions of Chowder
February 19, 2009
Cape Codders know their chowder and they know that not all chowder is created equally.  But what separates good chowder from great chowder? The only ...
Weekend Getaways - Nantucket
February 18, 2009
One thing my husband and I always agree on is the importance of good dining options when planning a getaway. Nantucket’s reputation for great restaurants ...
Weekend Getaways - Chatham
February 18, 2009
Immediately upon pulling into downtown Chatham, my first thought was of a charming village from some bygone era. Shops, galleries and restaurants, most housed in ...
Weekend Getaways - Provincetown
February 18, 2009
Provincetown has long been the quirkiest of Cape Cod towns. These days, it’s full of stylish inns and dining options and happening hot spots. As ...
Weekend Getaways - Sandwich
February 18, 2009
I needed a getaway that was high on comfort and low on stress, where familiarity would be reassuring, but not boring. I decided to return ...
The ‘P’ in J.P.’s could stand for ‘perseverance’
May 01, 2007
In his youth, John Pontius catered clambakes, but not on Cape Cod—nor anywhere else along the coast. This mild-mannered but driven chef began his career ...
Dreamy Creamy Confection
May 01, 2007
There’s ice cream, and there’s ice cream. Run-of-the-mill, store-bought ice cream can satisfy an urge, fill a void—heck, it can be downright tasty. But even ...