Arts and Entertainment
Bourne High School sophomore Alexandra E. Wolf is getting national notice for a skill she has been nurturing since the 1st grade.
Some of the greatest moments in music are created by accident. There is no substitute for practice and dedication but simple chance can be equally important.
Though festival is still in its infancy the show's producer hopes to turn it into something much larger, one day bringing national acts to Cape Cod.
Festival served as precursor to the Belles' Valentease Extravaganza next weekend at the Beach House Restaurant.
Samuel Tarplin, 24, a graduate of the Class of 2007, is in the beginning stages of filming "What Happened Here: The Untold Story of Addiction on the Cape"
Community theater offers young thespians the opportunity to take ownership of something that matters. Woods Hole Theater Company's Alice in Wonderland also provides roles for several adults new to theater.
Luke Vose met up with Racing Days’ front man Brian Engles for a cup of coffee and to talk about music, writing, booking shows and showcasing original music.
Judy Laster, director of the Woods Hole Film Festival, uses Sundance as a learning experience and a promotional tool for her own film festival.
Farcical "39 Steps" next up for Falmouth Theatre Guild
Chris O’Dell Ferguson and her two daughters, Kelly and Cailyn, who are both students at Cape Cod Community College, are holding their second exhibition together at the Woodruff’s Art Center gallery in Mashpee Commons.