In times of tragedy, it is hard to know where to begin to offer help and support. After the severe hurricane devastation in Puerto Rico, we didn’t have to look far to find an easy way to get involved and show some (local) love. LoveLiveLocal favorite and original supporter (he created our logo!), Vinnie Arnone of Cabo Cado has created a line of tee shirts that are both adorable
There’s a new kid in town on Hyannis Main Street just in time for locals’ summer, and we’re super excited about it! Local photographer Kevin Bennett has just opened the doors to Bennett Gallery, a photography studio and custom frame shop in the heart of Cape Cod’s downtown. Tucked inside a historic brick building next to the Hyannis Village Green, Bennett Gallery is fresh and inviting.
It often takes a man-made or a natural disaster for people to make the important decision of donating blood, but what many don’t realize is blood donations continually save lives and improve health in many different ways: for blood transfusions for women with complications of pregnancy and childbirth; for children with severe anemia often resulting from malnutrition; and for many complex medical and surgical
An important part of LoveLiveLocal’s events, our local lives, and our social media posts has always been the local music scene. We try to do whatever we can to support the musicians on Cape Cod and encourage people to get out and listen to their great talent. That’s why we were thrilled at the opportunity to collaborate with the Town of Barnstable and the HyArts Cultural District with support
You’ve probably heard us talk about The Current Quarterly – the pocket sized fashion and shopping magazine that shows consumers where to shop local for their needs and desires. Full disclosure, LoveLiveLocal co-founder Amanda Converse is the force behind it, and she has teamed up with Therapeutic Bodywork owner Beth Madden to create another square-sized publication that focuses on the Cape Cod health, wellness and
At LLL we love hearing stories about our local community almost as much as we love sharing them. So, you can imagine our excitement for the recent debut of Cape Media News, the brain child of super talented and passionate Sarah Colvin and the Cape Cod Community Media Center. Cape Media News is a hyper-local news program hosted and produced by Colvin at the Cape