Autumn Air {October 2017 Issue}

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This year is flying by. Take time to soak in the change in light and sunsets, unique fall-only activities, and some of the new spots you might not have had a chance to explore this summer! in this issue Play Dress Up. Who wouldn’t want to pretend to be someone else for a little bit as an escape from the craziness in the world today? There

Costume-ortunities

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We all need a little bit of fun and revelry to relieve some stress and connect with the Cape Cod community. Fortunately with October comes Halloween, which means costumes!  There are plenty of opportunities across the Cape to step out of your reality and dress up as whatever suits your fancy. First up, we’ve got the Pirates Ball, which was rescheduled to Friday, October 13 from

chat with a local :: Cookie Hebert

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Eat well. Sleep hard. Be polite. This is the simple mantra behind Cook’s Organics, owned by Wellfleet resident Cookie Hebert. We’re thrilled to announce that Cookie – whose incredible magnesium cream helps us at LoveLiveLocal sleep hard – is also the second-ever recipient of one of LoveLiveLocal’s Project Cape Made award! Are you a Cape native? Where is home now? I am a washashore. I grew up on the

The Big {BAD} Box Store

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It will probably come as no surprise that we weren’t super thrilled at the idea of an LL Bean opening up in Mashpee Commons, and were more than a little bummed to see a line out the door the day they opened. Why, you might ask? We couldn’t help but think of the small and local retailers that sell outdoor gear and apparel like Black Eel

United for Puerto Rico

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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

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

Local Hurricane Relief Efforts

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Local police departments step up in more ways than one, and they do so for other communities in times of need as well. Our own Cape Cod PDs have joined forces with their counterparts in Florida to collect and send relief supplies for those affected by Hurricane Irma, the Category 5 storm that hit Florida and the Caribbean in mid-September causing damage and destruction in

How to Help Locally

                                           United for Puerto Rico 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

Locals’ Summer

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Time passed faster than ever this summer, it seemed, so we are especially grateful for a bonus month (and a half?) to grab a CapeMade Field Guide and work on our bucket lists! Join us? in this issue Brewster Boost. You can start by checking out shoulder-season Brewster … some recent additions are giving this quaint but sleepy town a bit of action! Chat With A Local: Maya

Beautiful Brewster

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We like to keep our pulse on what’s new all over Cape Cod, but every so often we miss an opening. When a friend with a refined palate told us about Spinnaker, a new restaurant in Brewster that he was over the moon about, we took notice because we’ll be honest – we appreciate Brewster very much but it’s not one of our go-to spots