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The Provincetown Apartment to Rent This Fall

Location: In the center of Provincetown—on Commercial Street above favorite local restaurant, The Canteen. Sleeps: 4 Price: $135 per night Provincetown is well known as a […]

Home & Property

On the Market: Provincetown’s Iconic Hammock Shop

Artists often sit on the beach to paint, but in P-town, it’s not uncommon for them to turn their backs on the sea and make Northern […]

Arts & Entertainment

Bring on Summer

From surfing to off-roading, we uncovered adventurous new ways to explore the Cape, Nantucket, and Martha’s Vineyard.

Home & Property

Throwback Thursday: How Two Massachusetts Towers Became Twins

The South End’s iconic Pine Street Inn has a twin. The yellowish brick structure with its protruding tower looks pretty similar to another one on the […]

Style

Where to Shop and Eat in Provincetown

Here are a few of our favorite spots to hit up.

Style

Room 68 to Open in Provincetown

Room 68, Jamaica Plain’s modern home store, will open a second location in Provincetown come mid-May. The outpost, at 377 Commercial St., will be 1,200-square-feet, […]

Arts & Entertainment

Summer on the Cape

Crossing the Bourne Bridge. A crispy bite of clam roll. That first chilly dip in the Atlantic. These are the milestones of summer, just as they have been for generations. This month, we’re celebrating traditions—the people, places, and institutions that keep us coming back to the Cape (and flirting with the Islands) season after season.

Arts & Entertainment

Planning a Trip to Provincetown?

Provincetown photo by HBarrison via Flickr   When I take a trip to a new place, I need to immerse myself fully in the local […]

Great Fall Getaways: Provincetown, Massachusetts

For the Epicurean Provincetown is teeming with tasty attractions. Start the day at Connie’s Bakery, where the windows are full of glossy cinnamon rolls and […]

Cape Cod Guide 2010: Provincetown

From shopping and galleries to dining and nightlife, the hub of the Cape’s outer arm offers thrills for every traveler.

Restaurants

Chowder Road Trip: Provincetown

With all of this summer’s restaurant events and openings, it’s safe to say that I could use a little exercise. So this weekend, my s.o. […]

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