The Cape Media StorySlam

The Cape Media StorySlam

Have a story to tell? Well here’s your chance! Cape Cod Community Media Center is hosting their first ever StorySlam on April 20th from 7pm-9pm. A StorySlam is a live storytelling competition (think poetry slam!) made popular by organizations like The Moth, a non-profit group based in New York City dedicated to the art and craft of storytelling. Our favorite local MC Sarah Colvin will be hosting and

Mangia Alla Museo

Mangia Alla Museo

How often do you get to eat bowls and bowls of pasta while also contributing to a good cause? Well, the Cape Cod Museum of Art is going to make sure it’s at least once this year in order to raise money for the museum’s education programs. On Saturday, March 11, from 5-8pm they will host the family-friendly event Mangia Alla Museo, where you fill

Shelter from the Storm


10th annual Shelter from the Storm Concert Tilden Arts Center Friday, Feb. 17th 7-8:30 p.m.  The 10th annual Shelter from the Storm Concert is produced by students from Cape Cod Academy and will feature hundreds of local teens that will perform together from various high schools, the Cape Cod Conservatory, Dance Designs Studios and the Beth Walsh Dancers. Singers, musicians and dancers will come together

Clams Slam Cancer


How could we not throw down a mention about a professional wrestling match where the aim is to help a local kid beat cancer? Together with WCOD, Athletic Performance Training, and Massachusetts Championship Wrestling, the Falmouth guys behind The Running Waves and Quahog Republic present a Clams Slam Cancer event “Friday Night Raw” on Friday, January 13 from 6-9pm at the Falmouth Ice Arena. The

The Revelry Festival


We plan to #RevelInTheArts this weekend at the Cutural Center of Cape Cod in South Yarmouth! The Revelry Festival has 15 Cape Cod artists and makers creating live in response to Pablo Neruda’s poem “The Sea.” The event celebrates Cape Cod’s creative community by asking the public to engage in the process through immersing themselves in real-time expression, demonstrations and discussions. Artists include Abby Fay,

Art Westfall Foundation


Because Cape Cod is such tightknit community, walking into most bars can feel like an iconic “Cheers” moment: everybody knows your name, and the bartenders and waitstaff take good care of you. But have you ever stopped to think about who takes care of them if something happens and they are not able to work? They are paid hourly, and many do not have the