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The Splendor of Nature’s Color Palette

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While thoughts of Cape Cod often conjure up images of long summer days with sparkling waves ebbing and flowing on sandy beaches, sailboats in marinas and shops and galleries in seaside villages, perhaps no other season but autumn, provides a … Read More






Bourne, a Cape Cod Gateway Village

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The town of Bourne was originally settled in 1640 and was a part of the town of Sandwich until it became the last town to be incorporated in Barnstable County in 1884, named after Jonathan Bourne Sr. Bourne is the site … Read More






Balanced, Invigorated, Relaxed: Compliments of Cape Cod

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By Kristine Snow Millard Ocean. Beaches. Walking trails and bike paths. Salt-tinged fresh air. Yoga studios and spas for that special massage. Cape Cod offers residents and visitors alike ample opportunity to take in the area’s natural beauty or find … Read More






Chefs’ Tables: Local Culinary Stars Dish on Where They Like to Eat

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By Jayne Guertin For many families and travelers, Cape Cod has long been a summer destination. Not that we need confirmation, but U.S. News ranks this sandy peninsula 15th in its listing, “Best Places to Visit
in the USA.” There are … Read More






Cotuit, A Cape Cod Village Small Gem

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Myles Standish purchased Cotuit from Paupmunnuck, a leader of the Wampanoag tribe’s Cotachesett village, in 1648. Colonial economic activity consisted of raising cattle and harvesting salt marsh hay, as well as some early shipyards. Cotuit’s name comes from the Wampanoag … Read More






Cape Cod and Coastal Massachusetts, Hot Spots for Second Homes

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By Emily Micucci Six years into the U.S. real estate recovery, home prices have rebounded so strongly that it almost appears the market is on the verge of a bubble. But Marci Rossell, chief economist of global real estate network … Read More