Meet Zoë Lewis!

Meet Zoë Lewis!

“I’m having the best winter of my life!” Zoë Lewis exclaims, her enthusiasm infectious. One has the feeling that she would say the same thing of many seasons: Lewis is someone who always manages to look on the positive, if not downright delightful, side of situations...
Celebrate World Book Day by Reading a Local Provincetown Author!

Celebrate World Book Day by Reading a Local Provincetown Author!

This isn’t a complete list… just a few suggestions for celebrating World Book Day by staying local with books you might not have read… or would like to revisit! Start with Norman Mailer… The Executioner’s Song, Tough Guys Don’t Dance, and Ancient Evenings are good...
Week of April 19th. The ptownie Dispatch!

Week of April 19th. The ptownie Dispatch!

Clothesline Project April 19 from 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm at the Provincetown Library The Clothesline Project (CLP) is a program started on Cape Cod in 1990 to address the issue of violence against women. It’s a vehicle for women affected by violence to express their...
Provincetown Photo April 19, 2018

Provincetown Photo April 19, 2018

April 19, 2018 ptownie photo of the week from photographer Ric Ide. Ric is the staff photographer for ptownie and is also available for custom work!
Best Restaurants in Provincetown 2018

Best Restaurants in Provincetown 2018

Updated April 20, 2018: We can all agree that there is a massive amount of choice eateries in our little town, and we fully admit this is a work in progress. If we left a business off the list, please send a message that adds to this post and helps us to create the...
Best Bars in Provincetown 2018

Best Bars in Provincetown 2018

Time for an Adult Beverage… If there’s one thing you can find in Provincetown, it’s a place to hang out! Every bar and lounge has its own atmosphere, specialties, and clientele, and every one of them promises to be an experience! 1620 Brewhouse 214 Commercial Street...
Week of April 12th. The ptownie Dispatch!

Week of April 12th. The ptownie Dispatch!

Whale Watching Season Begins April 13 at the Dolphin Fleet One of the signs that summer is right around the corner in Provincetown is the beginning of whale watching season! Come down to MacMillan Pier for your chance to head out on the water for a wonderful viewing...
Provincetown Photo April 12, 2018

Provincetown Photo April 12, 2018

April 12, 2018 ptownie photo of the week from photographer Ric Ide. Ric is the staff photographer for ptownie and is also available for custom work!
“A Night Under the Stars” Coming to Provincetown

“A Night Under the Stars” Coming to Provincetown

PROVINCETOWN – The perfect event for amateur astronomers is happening at The Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum on Wednesday the 18th. Between 7:00 and 10:00, Don German, Outer Cape Cod’s NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Solar System Ambassador, will host a...
ptownie’s Provincetown Food Poll!

ptownie’s Provincetown Food Poll!

In true ptownie fashion, we took a poll to determine Provincetown’s not-to-be-missed culinary pleasures. We asked ptownie’s their must eats when in town and where to find them. Here are the results. We got over 2,000 votes, so one thing is clear: food matters!...
Provincetown Photo April 5, 2018

Provincetown Photo April 5, 2018

April 5, 2018 ptownie photo of the week from photographer Ric Ide. Ric is the staff photographer for ptownie and is also available for custom work!
Week of April 5th. The ptownie Dispatch!

Week of April 5th. The ptownie Dispatch!

Sailor’s Valentines: Exhibit Begins April 5 at the Provincetown Public Library For the upcoming Moby-Dick Marathon the Provincetown Library will be hosting an exhibit of Sailor’s Valentines, created by maritime artist Gregg Roberts.The art will be on the...
Provincetown Voters Support Plastics Ban

Provincetown Voters Support Plastics Ban

PROVINCETOWN — Voters waded through the rest of the petition articles Tuesday night at town meeting, banning polystyrene and plastic straws, and clashing over the way members are appointed to the Visitor Services Board. The first article that passed was a nonbinding...
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