Washashore Music Festival

Washashore Music Festival

Washashore Music Festival This indigenous people’s weekend from October 8-10th, experience the inaugural Washashore Music Festival! “Provincetown Brewing Co.’s “Washashore Music & Arts Festival” is a gathering celebrating the union of live music, good beer, and...
Amy Arbus

Amy Arbus

Amy Arbus Amy Arbus and her photography have always seemed synonymous with New York. A child of the 1960s, she was raised in Greenwich Village until she embraced alternative education in the wilds of Maine, Massachusetts, and Vermont. She wanted to be a musician—the...
Building Provincetown: Second Edition

Building Provincetown: Second Edition

Building Provincetown: Second Edition We’re excited to hear that Provincetown Arts Press is publishing a new full-color edition of David Dunlap’s excellent and iconic Building Provincetown! It’s been the go-to online resource for finding out anything and everything...
Actor, Filmmaker, Writer

Actor, Filmmaker, Writer

Actor, Filmmaker, Writer By Byron Crawford Todd Flaherty washed ashore in Provincetown for the first time in 2010. Fresh out of a rough breakup and frustrated with the relentless audition process in New York, he heard from a friend that the Provincetown Theater was...
The Changing Face of Provincetown Businesses

The Changing Face of Provincetown Businesses

The Changing Face of Provincetown Businesses By Erik Borg Provincetown is ever changing, and that change is being driven in every corner. With the traditional markers of culture leading the way, the business community is also quietly playing its part in illuminating a...
Saltine & Sullivan

Saltine & Sullivan

Saltine & Sullivan By Byron Crawford Somewhere between Herring Cove and Race Point is an island called Eggs Isle. The island is populated by all the ugly, poor, interesting but unwealthy people who have been exiled from Provincetown. The little island has no roads...
Mark Adams for Next Generation Ptown

Mark Adams for Next Generation Ptown

Mark Adams for Next Generation Ptown What does it take to keep a creative community alive and open to possibility? What explains the continued rebirth of Provincetown against the odds of an aging demographic and super-hot real estate market? When Mary Heaton Vorse...
The World Has Changed. So Have Ptown Feminists

The World Has Changed. So Have Ptown Feminists

The World Has Changed. So Have Ptown Feminists Womencrafts was born in 1976 at about the same time as other bookshops, music festivals, and spots apart carved out from second-wave feminism. We were lesbian separatists. The world didn’t include us, notice us, or make...
Diversity

Diversity

Diversity By Jeff Petriello Juneteenth 2021 in Provincetown felt like a promise. For the first time, possibly ever, the BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) and queer communities both here and in Fire Island, NY, formally joined forces in solidarity to...
Queerification

Queerification

Queerification with Maddi Wyda Growing up in Baltimore, Maddi Wyda often felt the need to edit herself, toning down self-expression to fit in with the crowd. After attending Smith College in western Massachusetts, she began experimenting with different forms of...