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Week of November 14th. The ptownie Dispatch!

Film Art Series: The Founder (2016) November 14, 2018 from 7:00 pm at Water's Edge Cinema The Provincetown Film Society and Provincetown Art Association and Museum kick off its 13th season of the Provincetown Film Art Series on Thursday. Movies will be featured...

Provincetown Public Library Reading Challenge

We’re told, “Don’t judge a book by its cover,” but what if someone gave you permission to choose a book just for the cover? What about that book that you don’t want to be caught dead reading, but secretly are dying to read? How about expanding your horizons by reading...

Provincetown History Snippets: Freezing Fish

Anyone who passes the Ice House on Commercial Street in the East End, across from the Schoolhouse, knows how the condominium complex stands out on this residential area. When Provincetown was a major fishing port, fish had to be kept on ice for the journey to Boston...

Support Provincetown’s community radio station

It’s the fall pledge drive at Cape Cod’s only community radio station, WOMR/WFMR, one of three times during the year when listeners are asked to help contribute to the station’s operating expenses. Unlike commercial radio stations, WOMR is volunteer-driven and...

Provincetown Film Art Series Launches at Waters Edge

The Provincetown Film Art Series, now in its 13th year, is sponsored by the Provincetown Film Society and the Provincetown Art Association and Museum and curated and hosted by Howard Karren, arts editor of the Banner. Discounted passes for 16 films, running from...

Have a Provincetown November!

Provincetown is rich in so many ways – in its food, in the arts and, of course, in its wonderful LGBTQ community. But it’s also rich in history and, as the Thanksgiving holiday approaches, we are reminded that, in 1620, the Pilgrims first landed in Provincetown...

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