Ptown’s Newest Hot Young Chefs

Ptown’s Newest Hot Young Chefs

Ptown’s Newest Hot Young Chefs By Bob Keary For a town of its size, Provincetown has a remarkably large number of legendary watering holes and dining institutions, many of which have been around for 50 years or more. Whenever you enter one of them, you instantly get a...
Art We Love – The Next Generation

Art We Love – The Next Generation

Art We Love – The Next Generation By George Rogers It’s easy to spot well-established artists, the ones whose reputations and price tags grow with every passing season. But identifying a future star is a little trickier. There are plenty of talented young artists out...
Provincetown History, Unrevised

Provincetown History, Unrevised

Provincetown History, Unrevised By Byron Crawford It’s midmorning at the Bas Relief Park. The sound of traffic passing by on Bradford and the distant noise of people on Commercial Street can be heard, but a small group of people pay those distractions no mind,...
Queen Qya

Queen Qya

Queen Qya By Byron Crawford In a town that thrives on weekly tourism, Tuesday tends to be a quiet night. Many restaurants take a much-deserved break from the usual pandemonium and give their staff a rest. For most townies, Tuesday is a night off. But you would never...
Weed Update: What’s New, What’s Happening?

Weed Update: What’s New, What’s Happening?

Weed Update: What’s New, What’s Happening? She started out as a dog-walker in Boston, but bwell co-owner Karen Nash found her home and her vocation in Provincetown, opening the town’s second adult-use dispensary—and during Covid, at that! “We’ve had a great reception...
Time and the Town

Time and the Town

Time and the Town In Time and the Town, Esteban del Valle’s mural about Provincetown, occupying one outer wall of Marine Specialties on Commercial Street, it’s all about hidden and not-so-hidden meanings. Everything here is a metaphor for something else. “I’d been...
Housekeeping Among the Graves

Housekeeping Among the Graves

Housekeeping Among the Graves When Jason Brown moved to Provincetown, the first thing he noticed was that his new neighborhood was also home to a cemetery. Many people would be horrified; Brown was delighted. “I’ve always been into ancestry, and reading these names of...
So what’s up with the Schooner Hindu?

So what’s up with the Schooner Hindu?

The Schooner Hindu, one of the longest-running charter boats on the East Coast, has called Ptown her home port since 1947. After a long and occasionally dangerous life (that included sailing to India to collect spices and locating German U-boats off the New England...
A Next-Gen Artist Moves to Provincetown

A Next-Gen Artist Moves to Provincetown

A Next-Gen Artist Moves to Provincetown By Mike Sullivan I need to make a confession. I used to make a habit of writing in journals and scrapbooks. Piecing together pictures then writing about the experience was something I really looked forward to. At the moment,...
Ptown History Snippet: The Sidewalk

Ptown History Snippet: The Sidewalk

Provincetown History Snippet: Walking Down the Sidewalk Provincetown’s sidewalks were originally four-plank wide boardwalks, stipulated as “wide enough for two” in the late 1800s. When summer visitors arrived, crowds of people walked in the streets (they still...
Gay Meccas Unite for Juneteenth

Gay Meccas Unite for Juneteenth

Fire Island and Provincetown Unite To Celebrate Juneteenth A Pan-African and Progress Pride Flag raising ceremony and solidarity march commemorating the end of slavery in the United States will take place in both LGBTQ+ havens on June 19th Fire Island and...
New In Provincetown 2021

New In Provincetown 2021

NEW IN PROVINCETOWN 2021 3 GRACES BOUTIQUE 261 Commercial Street The new owner of 3 Graces was raised in her mother Laura’s clothing store in Provincetown, usually with an electronic tag placed in her pocket to alert grown-ups if she tried to wander out of the shop! 3...