Provincetown History Snippet: World War I

Provincetown History Snippet: World War I

A contingent of anti-submarine boats was stationed at the Provincetown Naval Base for the duration of the First World War—to the very vocal distress of townspeople, who complained that the submarine activity was interfering with the weir fishing going on in the...
January 2020. The ptownie dispatch!

January 2020. The ptownie dispatch!

Food for Fines Every Day in January and February at The Provincetown Library Food for Fines enables patrons facing overdue fines to get a fresh start and directly benefit members of our community by donating food or personal care items in place of Library late fees....
Winter in Provincetown

Winter in Provincetown

JANUARY in Provincetown can’t promise the carnival sizzle of summertime. But with the population whittled to around 1,000, and only 20 or so restaurants and bars open, the tip of Cape Cod offers, instead, “a wonderful, quiet romance,” says David Drake, artistic...
Opening day nears for Provincetown pot shop

Opening day nears for Provincetown pot shop

PROVINCETOWN — It’s been a winding road for Curaleaf, one of the largest marijuana businesses in the country, as it is poised to open the Cape’s first recreational dispensary. But that day seems to be at hand. The company got its final license last week from the...
Helltown Wine Label Contest Winner Announced

Helltown Wine Label Contest Winner Announced

Provincetown, MA: Provincetown Art Association and Museum (PAAM) and Perry’s Fine Wines and Liquors are thrilled to announce the winner of the Cuvée Helltown label design contest. Terry Porter, a PAAM member from Norwalk, CT, submitted the judges’ winning...