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The Provincetown Jazz Festival is in its 12th year, and brings jazz musicians and vocalists from around our region and around our world together in two venues.  Joining us to discuss the festival and the jazz scene on the Cape is festival founder and musician Bart Weisman. Here's a link to tickets for the WCAI Jazz Benefit concert.

Dan Tritle

Wellfleet writer Robert Finch has been observing and writing about the people and places of Cape Cod for many years.  On The Point, he talks to Mindy Todd about the essays he writes for WCAI, and about his new book of collected writings based on his work for the radio station.

National Park Service

It’s the National Parks Service centennial this year and parks across the country, including the Cape Cod National Seashore, are celebrating. On The Point, we discuss a newly composed chamber music piece inspired by the Cape Cod National Seashore and how the arts can serve to promote and preserve our National Parks.

Graham Baker bit.ly/2a2khOS / bit.ly/OJZNiI

Cape Cod is a region that is usually spoken of, even by year-round residents, as if it were one fairly homogeneous place, with bigger or smaller waves, and perhaps some variation in traffic from season to season. I have lived here for over 40 years, and I am still learning about how different the various parts of this slim, sandy peninsula are.

Wikicommons

Madagascar is the hottest of biodiversity hot spots. The island is home to approximately five percent of all the species on earth. Four out of five of them are found nowhere else, including dozens of species of tenrecs and lemurs that have evolved over tens of millions of years.

Edie Kennedy

In a home movie of Bill Maynard’s 91st birthday party, more than a dozen friends are gathered inside a neighbor’s house in Provincetown. Maynard is sitting in the center of the room in a brown, leather chair. Cake is brought out. He blows out the candles. And Maynard starts talking about his life -- about how he got the chance to become a painter.
 

Fresh Sonic: Errant Line

Jul 25, 2016
Alan Bloom http://bit.ly/29ThKfa / http://bit.ly/OJZNiI

Gin Stone on rope on the Cape.

Produced by Davis Land and Atlantic Public Media

On Martha’s Vineyard, Lyme Disease and other tick borne illnesses are common topics of conversation. WCAI correspondent Angela Scionti reports about a new project that could stop transmission of these diseases. 

Poetry Sunday: Sarah Dickenson Snyder

Jul 24, 2016

Sarah Dickenson Snyder reads her poem, "Ecosystems."

www.dpi.nsw.gov.au bit.ly/2a5GO1v

A state record fish was landed last week–and it wasn’t one of the fish that we typically think of when we talk about fishing around the Cape and Islands. It was a wahoo.

A wha-what?

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