Ebb and Flow

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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

Cape Media News

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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

Saddleback Podcast

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We love when the next generation of Cape Cod advocates starts to engage in spreading the word about local issues and news. Dylan Steven, 21, of Mashpee loves to talk but he also loves to listen. Which is why in addition to helping out local businesses like Kayak Cookies and Modern Mix Giftery with their marketing, social media and web design under his own brand

Cape Cod Women’s Association

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As hard-working lady entrepreneurs we have an affinity for fierce and empowered women, especially ones making a difference in our local community which is why we are so excited about the newly formed Cape Cod Women’s Association. CCWA is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to bring together women to build relationships professionally and personally, through networking, education and personal development. CCWA was founded by

Project Cape Made… AWARD!

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We are spreading the love in a different way this month by giving away our very first Project Cape Made award! Last year we were inspired to create a LoveLiveLocal apparel line that would generate funds for a local cause. We knew we wanted it to align with our mission: to help local businesses grow and succeed by showing people where to spend their dollars

Pawsitive Provisions

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Mid Cape pet lovers were sad to see Cape Maid Farms close its doors recently after 30 years in business. There’s good news, however – a wonderful new shop has opened nearby to serve our canine, feline, and wild bird needs: Pawsitive Provisions, located on Phinney’s Lane in the same complex as Cape Cod Beer (just off of Route 132 in Hyannis on the way