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Café Heaven Given Waiver from EDP Rules

PROVINCETOWN — Café Heaven owner Patrick Drummey received a temporary one-time waiver from his economic development permit conditions last Monday due to personal and internal management issues at his restaurant. “Due to circumstances beyond my control, the business...

Judy Cicero, Provincetown Dies at 79

She may have come from humble roots, but Judy Cicero, born Judith Schwartz in Brooklyn, N.Y., on Aug. 10, 1938, was Provincetown’s version of a Renaissance woman, our Auntie Mame. She was active in local politics and town government, and she supported more than a few...

ptownie Profiles

Who’s a mover and shaker in our seaside community? Find out here!

Meet WOMR DJ Denya LeVine!

If you like Celtic music—and even if you think you don’t—tune in to WOMR on Monday nights from five to eight o’clock for The Fiddle and the Harp. One of its three presenters, Denya LeVine, is herself an accomplished musician who took an intriguing route to get to the...

Meet Suzanne Long and Madison’s Adventure Cookies

Suzanne Long always loved dogs. “Once a week after school I used to go to shelters in New Jersey near where I lived, I’d take a dog and find a home for it,” she says. “I gave away six dogs—that I know of! I’d parade them around the school and persuade kids to take...

Meet Arthur Mahoney—and A.C. Burch!

Arthur “Buck” Mahoney’s earliest memories are of Cape Cod. “In the late fifties my family ran a motor court in Wellfleet,” he remembers. “We’d drive in to this little cottage and spend the whole summer there.” Cape Cod “stuck with me,” he says. “I grew up on a lake...

View From the Wharf

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The View From the Wharf: Ch-ch-ch-ch-Changes!

Well, yes, now that you mention it, I do miss David Bowie. Rather a lot. But this week it’s some other changes that I have in mind: time change, and climate change. And I’m feeling pretty negative about both of them. I was honored to officiate at a beautiful wedding...

Whose Place is Provincetown, Anyway?

For anyone who hasn’t yet heard me do my spiel, I’ve embarked on a series of murder mysteries that take place during Provincetown’s theme weeks. 2017 saw Death of a Bear and Murder at Fantasia Fair; next year will be The Deadliest Blessing (Portuguese Festival) and an...

The View From the Wharf: What Do You Do at Stop & Shop?

I am so confused. Time was when the world seemed to make sense. For a moment, at least. There were hippies who preferred dropping acid to dropping bombs, and presidents who paid at least lip service to positive values, and music that inspired and elevated. And I get...

In the Knows

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Lighting of the Lobster Pot Tree

When: November 25, 2017 Time: 5:30 pm Where: Lopes Square About: It's that time of year!  The annual lighting of the Lobster Pot Tree is about to be lit.  If you are in town for the holidays stop by this must see 14-year Provincetown...

2017 Artisan Holiday Fair

When: November 24, 2017 and November 25, 2017 Time: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Friday and 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Saturday Where: Provincetown Town Hall About: After a long day of eating turkey and other Thanksgiving favorites, stop by Provincetown Town Hall Friday and/or Saturday...

Pilgrim 5K Trot

When: November 23, 2017 Time: 9:00 am Where: Sandcastle Resort and Club About: Wake up and lace up your favorite running shoes and start your Thanksgiving Day off with a 5k. In addition to a nice morning workout before your big afternoon feast, the run helps benefit...

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