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Provincetown History Snippet: Old Reliable Fish House

Provincetown History Snippet: Old Reliable Fish House

Between Lancy’s Wharf and the engine house of the Colonial Cold Storage plant is a three-story building that once housed the Old Reliable Fish House restaurant and pier, now a forlornly abandoned near-ruin. the structure was a prominent pier from the mid-19th through...

Boo Boo’s Backyard: Winter 2019/2020

Boo Boo’s Backyard: Winter 2019/2020

It’s time again for Boo Boo’s Backyard! As always, we local ptownies are hearing anecdotal stories—what a good season it was, what a slow season it was. Were there more day-trippers, more luxury super-yachts, more bridesmaids? What about the continued saga of finding...

Trivia? 2 for 1 Dinners? All You Can Eat Fish Fry?

Trivia? 2 for 1 Dinners? All You Can Eat Fish Fry?

If you’re a local year-round ptownie, you always hear about specials going on during the off-season. It changes every year, and it’s so hard to keep track of! Here’s our most updated list of who is doing what and on which night of the week. If you are a restaurant/bar...

Provincetown History Snippet: The KKK in Provincetown

Provincetown History Snippet: The KKK in Provincetown

The first Catholics in Provincetown were Irish, and had come here to work in fish-related industries such as salt works and flake yards. There were only 70 of them in 1851, but with the influx of Portuguese families, by 1887 there were 1,730 Catholics in Provincetown....

Provincetown History Snippet: The Lost Tea Party Ship

Provincetown History Snippet: The Lost Tea Party Ship

In December of 1773 the Boston Sons of Liberty destroyed three shiploads of tea in Boston Harbor, setting the fuse for the American Revolution. But did you know there were supposed to be four ships there? The William was wrecked off Provincetown on its way to Boston....

Provincetown looks to generate revenue with parking changes

Provincetown looks to generate revenue with parking changes

PROVINCETOWN — The Select Board made several changes that would affect town roads and parking at its annual traffic hearing, agreeing to close a section of Commercial Street to vehicles on weekend nights in the summer and increasing rates for parking permits. The...

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