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Gay pride flags fly over the harbor in Provincetown, Mass., Wednesday, July 9, 2014.
IGN's Marty Sliva and Jon Ryan embark on the first leg of their cross-country road trip, leaving the quaint whaling town of Provincetown, MA and heading through Cape Cod, past New York City and finally stopping for some giant roadside foodstuffs in the Ohio grasslands.
Somewhere around the 1950s, Florence Leif drastically changed her style. During the previous decade, she had painted dry dirt roads running down rolling green hills to the sea.
Thirteen years ago, a beagle sniffing around the dunes of Provincetown, its young owner nearby, made a gruesome discovery: the body of a young woman who had been brutally murdered.
Two women kiss in front of a rainbow flag, the symbol of the gay rights movement, during the Gay Pride parade.
Classic cult-movie director of such hits as Cry-Baby and Hairspray , John Waters called up the CBS-FM Star Phone this morning to talk with Scott Shannon and the Big Show crew about his latest project, a book chronicling his cross-country trek across the U.S. via hitchhiking-yes, hitchhiking! You may be asking, "who the heck hitchhikes anymore," for ... (more)
A crowd of about 70 people attended the Massachusetts Commission on LGBT Aging's listening session on Monday afternoon at the Orleans Council on Aging, where they discussed the need for caregiver sensitivity training, those aging with AIDS and the discrimination against transgender people.
Thirteen-year-old Ethan Schwartz and his mother were biking on the Cape Cod Rail Trail through Eastham on June 27 when the path dipped downhill, turned sharply and entered a dark tunnel.
Best Bets The Truro Public Library will welcome Harvard University professor Lawrence H. Summers to discuss opportunities and challenges for the American economy at 7 p.m. at the Truro Community Center, 24 Town Hall Road.
What makes a home and furniture crawl exciting is its context. How we live, the objects that define us, are highly personal.
I'm conflicted. It seems like I'm always conflicted about something, but that's another story.
A charcoal drawing of a figure by Robert De Niro Sr. that rests on an easel at the exhibition of the artist's work at the Fine Arts Work Center was one he did in the early 1940s when he was studying with Hans Hofmann.
There's something sort of creepy about book-signings. I should know: I've creeped myself out at several of them.
By Chris Daniels July 15th, 2014 As the days of summer continue let's get into them with gusto! There's a lot going on! For a taste of colonial and maritime history, take a tour or a sail on the Kalmar Nyckel , a full-scale, faithful re-creation of the original flagship that founded the colony of New Sweden on the Delaware in the 1630s! This ... (more)
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