Provincetown

Provincetown is also known as ptown and it is located at the very tip of Cape Cod. Provincetown is known for the local artists and fisherman. Each and every one of the towns on Cape Cod are great to stay and they each have their own unique places to see and things to do so, one of the neatest towns on Cape Cod is Provincetown The town of Provincetown is located on a one way street that meanders along art galleries, shopping and restaurants. While visiting Cape Cod and Ptown make sure to try some of the local restaurants and walk up the Provincetown Monument. There are beautiful beaches in Provincetown as well as excellent places to stay such as B & B’s and motels and hotels and more.
From the waters of Cape Cod Bay to the stunning shoreline of the Cape Cod National Seashore, Provincetown is a little piece of paradise where Massachusetts charm overwhelms and breathtaking views are always in style. Whether the seclusion appeals to your senses or the ample opportunities for recreation are your recipe for relaxation, a Provincetown vacation rental is the perfect way to surround yourself with the best of this Cape Cod treasure.
In this way, roofing in Provincetown helps to keep all other aspects of a home safe. The interior of a home will not be susceptible to leaks and other types of damage when roofing is well maintained and replaced as necessary. Also, the design of a roof can help shingles and other types of roofing to drain water or stave off debris that may pool or get caught on a roof and cause damage later on. Shingles can also provide more traction and protective types of footing when individuals must get on top of the roof to hang lights, replace portions of a roof, or do any other type of job necessary to keep a roof and home whole and safe.

New England

The coast of New England is the origin place of the first clambake. It started as preparation of the abundant seafood that was caught by the fishermen from the Atlantic Ocean. This kind of cooking was done by Native Americans originally and soon it became a tradition. These days it has become very popular in the area and spread all over the coast as well as inland. The New England Patriots were one of the original AFL teams in 1960. In ten AFL seasons, the Pats reached the postseason on just one occasion.
A New England Yacht charter is one simple, affordable way in which those from outside of the United States can explore the rich and rocky coastal towns that have become such a stepping-stone to American history. But there isn’t just a bunch of pretty buildings filled with a lot of history. Because the communities like Newport, Rhode Island, Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket, and Boston are also filled with ports that are waiting and willing for the tourists to come and try out their large amounts of delicious seafood. It’s such a picturesque area that it has become a hotspot for hikers, sailors, fishers, and cyclers.

When traveling with on your New England Yacht Charters be sure to stop off every now and then to take a few snapshots of the striped Sankaty lighthouse along with the humongous expanse of the sand dunes. Or look into the JFK Hyannis Museum in old Town Hall on Mains Street. The harbor surrounding it is filled with yachts and sightseeing boats and it’s one of the largest recreational boating port as well as the second largest commercial fishing port in Cape Cod. After shopping till you drop and visiting the quaint little restaurants around town, be sure to go out for a swim in the Elizabeth Islands.

Provincetown endorses state election bill

The legislation is an effort to save the state and towns money, as well as to allow overseas residents and military personnel enough time between the primary and November election. Later primaries can require absentee voters to waive his or her right to a secret ballot in order to be counted.

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Provincetown endorses state election bill

Actor revisits unusual one-man show

The actor is revisiting one of his acclaimed performances by resurrecting the one-man “I Am My Own Wife” in Provincetown, playing transvestite “Charlotte von Mahlsdorf” (born Lothar Berfelde) and 35 characters related to her remarkable survival story. Babcock first starred in Doug Wright’s Pulitzer Prize-winning show there to largely sold-out crowds in summer 2007, but this two-weekend, off-season revival could mean a longer relationship with Charlotte and company. The actor hopes to take the show on the road next.

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Actor revisits unusual one-man show

All-town exhibit at Provincetown’s Fine Arts Work Center spotlights artists among us

The legislation is an effort to save the state and towns money, as well as to allow overseas residents and military personnel enough time between the primary and November election. Later primaries can require absentee voters to waive his or her right to a secret ballot in order to be counted.According to an executive summary of House Bill H1972 prepared by the Woburn Town Clerk, holding the Massachusetts presidential primary and the state election on the same day will save the state at least $8 million. It is estimated that Provincetown would save $2,000. The move would put the state towards the end of the presidential primary schedule.

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All-town exhibit at Provincetown’s Fine Arts Work Center spotlights artists among us

Museum looks at art ‘Through Young Eyes’

The exhibit represents a large-scale collaboration between the museum and schools from Provincetown to Falmouth. For this show, teachers chose up to three pieces of artwork created by students. The artwork — matted, framed and prepared for hanging before installation at the museum — is a comprehensive selection of drawings, paintings, prints, pottery and sculpture that traces the creative development of young artists from the region.

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Museum looks at art ‘Through Young Eyes’

Sea makes unusual delivery in Provincetown

Artist and part-time Provincetown resident Kimberly Eve Snyder, known by her nickname “Jaia,” was taking a morning walk along the East End waterfront on the last day of November when she spotted a green bottle, stuffed with papers, sitting on a wall by the former Flagship restaurant.

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Sea makes unusual delivery in Provincetown

Museum looks at art ‘Through Young Eyes’

The exhibit represents a large-scale collaboration between the museum and schools from Provincetown to Falmouth. For this show, teachers chose up to three pieces of artwork created by students. The artwork — matted, framed and prepared for hanging before installation at the museum — is a comprehensive selection of drawings, paintings, prints, pottery and sculpture that traces the creative development of young artists from the region.

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Museum looks at art ‘Through Young Eyes’

Drug busts in Brewster

On Wednesday afternoon Dec. 7, at about 3:30 p.m. Brewster Police, arrested three individuals for various drug charges. The arrests are the culmination of an investigation conducted by the Cape Cod Drug Task Force with officers from Brewster, Chatham, Yarmouth, the State Police, and the Barnstable County Sheriff’s Office.

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Drug busts in Brewster

Chorale performs free concert at Provincetown Town Hall

The concert will feature two pieces written in 1999: “Dewi Sant” and “The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace” (excerpts). “Dewi Sant” is a seven-movement work exploring the life and work of the patron saint of Wales, St. David. The style is characterized by joyous polyrhythms and African-style percussion underpinning the chorus. Written to mark the millennium, “The Armed Man” is one of Jenkins’ most frequently performed works. The choral suite from the larger work was performed by the Chorale several seasons ago and was so well-received that it’s being reprised for its 10th season. All concerts are free. The Chorale performs the show again at 3 p.m. Dec. 11 at Orleans’ Nauset Regional Middle School.

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Chorale performs free concert at Provincetown Town Hall