The Canteen Holiday Market


One of our favorite places in Provincetown to grab a bite is The Canteen. The food is awesome and the vibe is New England rustic/nautical that doesn’t try too hard – right up our alley. Owners Rob and Loic really captured our hearts, though, with their year-round commitment to supporting local. Drawing inspiration from the cheery winter markets of Europe, they offer a magical pop-up throughout

Local is the New Black Friday

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The day after Thanksgiving, or Black Friday as it is affectionately referred to by retailers, is nationally known as the day when the holiday shopping season kicks off, and when shops have super crazy good doorbuster deals. However, it can sometimes be hard to visit all of your favorite local stores across the Cape in one Black Friday, so this year, the Current Quarterly and Cape Cod Beer have

Cape Love for Love City

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As a coastal community with a sailing, surfing, and generally sea-loving population, it’s no surprise that many Cape Codders and local businesses have strong ties to St. John in the USVI, where hurricane season has unleashed catastrophic damage. Friends, family and supporters have stepped up to help in any way they can, including the organizers of a local benefit for St. John’s Rescue, Inc. Stephanie



You may recall that last fall Cape & Plymouth Business brought a group of entrepreneurs (including the LoveLiveLocal team) up to Boston to District Hall and MassChallenge for a day of exploring some of the city’s most innovative spaces where both startups and small businesses grow and evolve. Well, they’re inviting local entrepreneurs to get back on the bus…this time to the Revolution Factory in Maynard. The Innovation Campus hosts co-working and maker

Symphony by the Sea


What could better than hearing Jung Ho Pak conduct the Cape Symphony at their usual venue of the Performing Arts Center at Barnstable High School? We think it would be experiencing a multimedia performance featuring the Symphony’s principal musicians and community choral groups under the stars at the Cape Cod National Seashore. On Friday, August 25 at 6:30 pm (rain date is August 26) the Symphony along

Pirate’s Ball

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After a five-year hiatus the Cape Cod Maritime Museum is bringing back their popular Pirate’s Ball, which is set for Saturday, July 29. This night of revelry will take place on the back patio of the Cape Cod Maritime Museum overlooking Hyannis Harbor. Attendees can expect to dance to swashbuckling sounds played by DJ Ian Lee, feast on food prepared by Fiddlestix, drink some grog prepared with Twenty