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The ptownie Dispatch: December 2018

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Awkward Holidays and Inappropriate Traditions

Join WOMR radio personalities and authors Ira Wood and Susan Blood on December 27th for a hilarious night of dueling essays, Awkward Holidays and Inappropriate Traditions. Reprising their acclaimed “awkward/inappropriate” theme (a previous event was titled Awkward...

Well-Strung is Coming Home for the Holidays

Well-Strung, the critically acclaimed singing string quartet and Provincetown favorite, will return to Town Hall for one night only, on Sunday, December 30 at 8:30 pm. The hit holiday show was devised by Well-Strung, Mark Cortale, and director Richard Jay-Alexander,...

Provincetown’s Winter Women’s Wonderland

Heading up the coast of Cape Cod is like exiting reality and entering a dreamy, queer bizarro world. The narrow Atlantic peninsula— itself shaped like a hook, a flexing arm, a come-hither gesture—invites travelers up the central highway, bay and ocean waves lapping at...

Provincetown 400 Commemoration to Include Mayflower II Visit

PROVINCETOWN – The Provincetown 400 Task Force officially kicked off the countdown to 2020 commemorative activities yesterday formally announcing the inclusion of the Mayflower II. The replica vessel which is owned and maintained by Plimoth Plantation is used as an...

Week of December 12th. The ptownie Dispatch!

Canteen Holiday Market Every weekend in December at 225 Commercial Street Featuring 18 local vendors, free ice skating by the beach, bonfires, visits from Santa, caroling, storytelling, and other special events, the market will be your go-to for Christmas and New...

Finding a Home for Freddy

Freddy Rocha is a common sight on the streets of Provincetown. In fact, some call him the patron saint of Commercial Street. He's also done some unexpected modeling. What he doesn't have right now is a home of his own. Anthony Everett tells his unusual story and...

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