provincetown | CAI

provincetown

Provincetown 400

Provincetown 400 has canceled all of its events commemorating the anniversary of the Pilgrims’ landing in 1620, with one possible exception.

tedeytan / CC BY-SA (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)

The first time Joe Lima came to Provincetown years ago, he felt as though he’d arrived in another world.

“You don’t even feel like you’re still on the Cape,” he said. “You almost don’t feel like you’re on this planet.” 

The whole “no school” thing is wearing thin, even for kids. To help maintain their connections with teachers and classmates, Provincetown is offering daily video conferencing.

In Truro Attic, Discovery of a Trove of Hopper Drawings and Diaries

Jan 22, 2018
Stephanie Guyer-Stevens

Edward Hopper is probably Provincetown’s most famous artist, but until a few years ago, not many of his works could be found on the Cape.  The Provincetown Art Association and Museum had one watercolor—by his wife, Jo—and a couple of Edward’s sketches from art school. Then one day Museum Director Chris McCarthy’s phone rang.