Brewster, a Cape Town Where History and the Arts Meet Beautiful Sand Flats

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Originally settled as a northeastern parish of Harwich in 1656, Brewster separated in 1693 and was officially incorporated in 1803. The town was named after Elder William Brewster, and English official, Mayflower passenger and Separatist leader and preacher in Plymouth … Read More






Say So Long to 2015 and Hello to 2016

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There’s simply no better place to spend New Year’s Eve than Cape Cod. It’s got all the merriment and revelry you’ll find in a big city plus the natural beauty and hometown spirit that you’ll carry with you throughout the … Read More






Capture the Spirit of The Holiday Season on Cape Cod

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The holiday spirit is alive and well, surrounding us all on Cape Cod. It’s another one of the wonderful things that makes living on Cape Cod such a joy. This year, the mild weather is cooperating so that you may enjoy many … Read More






Discover Historic & Eclectic Falmouth

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Prospective home buyers are finding there is much to offer in historic, yet eclectic Falmouth, MA. With many listings in this beautiful seaside town, Kinlin Grover Real Estate can serve as your tour guide for both the new and the notable. As … Read More






Fall into the Arts

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Autumn provides a perfect opportunity to enjoy both the beauty and artistry of Cape Cod. From musicians and performers to painters and sculptors, there is a rich harvest of local talent on display here in the month of November. Music lovers … Read More






A Friendly Hello from Historic Barnstable Village

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As you stroll down the brick lined sidewalks of historic Barnstable Village, you’ll likely be greeted with a friendly “hello” from more than one person along the way. Friendliness is often what comes to mind when thinking about this quaint … Read More






Native Cape Codder or Washashore?

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Native Cape Codders take great pride in touting their local ties to the region, many of whom can trace their roots on the peninsula going back generations. Meanwhile, non-native Cape Codders are sometimes referred to by locals as “washashores.” So, … Read More






Kinlin Grover Presents Cape Cod Bike Trails

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Cape Cod’s many bike trails are some of the most enjoyable ways to see and experience the beauty of Cape Cod. Combined, the network of bike ways offers over 60 miles of breath-taking scenic trails for bicycle riders of all levels. Go … Read More






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