We’re feeling really good about this season and hope you are too.
Locals, don’t let the best time to be on the Cape pass you by! We’ve all got our secret spots and summertime rituals which “those who know, know” … but sometimes it’s fun to be a tourist too. In this issue , we’ve got ten things you should do before July 4. We also continue to look at the question of what it means to support local in a feature about food shopping. And though LoveLiveLocal is based in the mid-Cape, we are huge fans of exploring far and wide – and with so much so much good stuff happening down Cape, we wanted to share some of our recent adventures.
Later in June we’ll be throwing open the doors to our Hyannis Harbor HQ! We’re transforming the visitors’ center at Bismore Park (where the HyLine ferries come in) and creating an engaging space where visitors and locals alike can find info on what’s up and where to get down. You’ll also find featured local artists working in the space most weeks and local singer/songwriters hanging out next door at the HyArts shanties too! Plan to come see us – look for dates soon on our social media accounts.read hey june ›
June is for Locals! 10 Things to Do Before July 4th
Those of us who call the Cape home year-round have a tiny little window to truly enjoy the seasonal advantages of the sandbar before it gets too crazy with visitors in the height of the season. In no particular order, here are ten picks for locals who want to get a little r+r in before July 4th: […]
So Many Ways to Eat Local
Since our May issue we’ve received some questions about our excitement over the opening of Whole Foods Hyannis. Friends have asked about how we can show support for a national chain store when one of our core messages is to shop local businesses and support local farmers. Whole Foods is unlike many other national (and even […]
Doin’ it Down Cape
With the 16th annual Provincetown Film Festival just around the corner and new things happening all the time in Wellfleet, Truro and Provincetown, we’re feeling inspired to spend some time on the outermost reaches of our peninsula. Whether you build your visit around the fest, which takes place June 18-22, or simply jump in the car for a spontaneous day […]