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  • Arts Week April 20, 2017

    Posted: April 20th 2017 @10:13 AM

      This is Arts Week, and I’m Jeannette de Beauvoir. I’m going to give you a taste of what’s going on around the mid and lower Cape in terms of art, literature, theater, cultural events, and other entertainment. If you’d …

     
  • Passover 2017 by Rossi aka Chef Rossi

    Posted: April 10th 2017 @9:34 PM

    And so there came upon the nation a great (not so great, really) and terrible Pharaoh. He promised the hungry that he would provide for them, but soon after he rose to power, he took the food from their mouths …

     
  • First Weekend in April

    Posted: April 7th 2017 @5:49 PM

    Guests in the studio this week were Maura Hanlon and Jared Hagan from Cape Rep Theatre, and Matthew Clark from the Provincetown Public Library. If you’d like to keep up with what’s going on in town between installments of Arts …

     
  • Not Your Usual Romeo & Juliet

    Posted: March 25th 2017 @2:59 PM

    I really don’t have to write more than one word about Psittacus Productions’ Romeo and Juliet at the Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater: WOW. That’s it. Yes, all-caps. I had only a vague idea about the production coming into the theater; …

     
  • March 23 on Arts Week

    Posted: March 23rd 2017 @12:15 PM

    I’m Jeannette de Beauvoir, and this is Arts Week for March 23, 2017. I’m going to give you a taste of what’s going on around the mid and lower Cape in terms of art, literature, theater, cultural events, and other …

     
  • Imagine

    Posted: February 1st 2017 @9:28 PM

    Imagine “Walk a mile in my shoes.” You’ve heard that expression before. But what if we really did that? Just for one day. Just for one hour. Just for one moment. What if we could truly imagine what it felt …

     
  • This is What Democracy Looks Like

    Posted: January 23rd 2017 @8:03 PM

      We knew it would be big; perhaps the biggest march of our lives. I got loads of advice. “Don’t carry a bag!” “Only bring what you can afford to lose.” “Write your emergency contact info on your arm with …

     
  • When the Winners Lose

    Posted: December 1st 2016 @6:06 PM

    When the winners lose I’ve been taking an inventory of how our lives might have been different if Al Gore had won the presidency instead of George W. Bush. It’s on my mind because Al Gore was the last presidential …

     
  • Thrill Me is … Thrilling!

    Posted: October 27th 2015 @6:55 PM

    Take two smart trust-fund boys, add a sprinkling of obsession and a dose of ego, and you have the first thrill-kill of the 20th century, the murder of a 14-year-old boy in Chicago in 1924 by Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb. …

     
  • September 11th 2015

    Posted: September 11th 2015 @8:49 PM

      I had a wedding to cater in October of 2001. I assumed like most celebrations planned in the early fall of 2001 in New York City, they might cancel or postpone. Who wanted to celebrate anything after that terrible …