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Rita Killory

Jul 2, 2012

When Judge Robert Terry needed guidance – when he was on the bench at probate and family court in Barnstable, and he needed counsel – he would go to his friends’ Rita and Joe Killory's house, his neighbors in Sandwich. He wouldn’t call; he’d just go. And he’d sit in their living room and ask for their perspective.

“Of course I wouldn’t discuss names or anything like that nature," Terry said, "but especially when it related to issues related to children, I would discuss these things in depth with Rita and Joe, and get their feedback on it, so to speak, which was very helpful to me, you know?”

Greta Ribb & Big Collage

Jun 29, 2012
Erin Cisewski

Harwich artist Greta Ribb is inspired by her surroundings, but her art is not typical. Erin Cisewski follows Greta into an offbeat and lesser known Cape art scene.

This piece comes from production partners Atlantic Public Media, through their media training program, The Transom Story Workshop in Woods Hole.  Find out more.

Visit Big Collage's website

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Robert Finch found himself one of the last people to see the summer's illustrious ursine visitor to Cape Cod.  Not long after he passed it on the road, authorities captured the bear for relocation.  Even before this chance encounter, he celebrated the bear's trek with poetry and historical recollection of nature's unending incursions. Check out the before-and-after essays.

Monet on Nantucket

Jun 15, 2012
Steve Junker

On Nantucket, Larry Cronin is using frogs, snails, plants, and stone to recreate the enchantment of French impressionism.

To find out about Larry Cronin's Nantucket Water Garden Tour, "Designing with Nature in Mind," scheduled for July 28, contact Nantucket Island School of Design and The Arts.

Metal Sea Life

Jun 1, 2012
Will Coley

Syd Ahlstrom makes realistic metal sculptures of sea life. His neighbors in Orleans are snapping them up. But Syd says he’d rather make another kind of art, something that’s a tough sell on Cape Cod.

Visit Syd Ahlstrom's website.

This piece comes from production partners Atlantic Public Media, through their media training program, The Transom Story Workshop in Woods Hole. Find out more.

Whale Tale

May 18, 2012
Meadow Dibble

In the center of Cape Cod, a whale emerged from a block of marble. It was coaxed out by sculptor Tim Dibble, a long time Brewster resident.  It took 4 men and and a crane to install the finished 3 1/2 ton sculpture on Shore Road in Chatham. 

Visit Tim Dibble's website.

This piece comes from production partners Atlantic Public Media, through their media training program, The Transom Story Workshop in Woods Hole. Find out more.

Even if you never heard Ed Mooney zing an umpire or ask a trivia question, you've almost certainly heard his words. Remember this marketing phrase?

"It's Duncan Hines Delicious!"

Ed Mooney wrote that catchphrase. And that's his son, Ted Mooney, reciting it.

So Much Joy and Spirit

Apr 6, 2012
Celeste Evans

  Tara Murphy has studied and performed just about every type of dance - from ballet to flamenco to Indian. For the past 20 years, Tara has focused on African dance. She says it helps her feel connected to her roots and she's sharing it with the community here on the Cape. For our Creative Life series, Katie Klocksin brought back this portrait from her class in Brewster.

Visit Cape Cod African Dance & Drum's website.

This piece comes from production partners Atlantic Public Media, through their media training program, The Transom Story Workshop in Woods Hole.  Find out more.

Nathan Crowell

Apr 2, 2012

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Nobody knows how long a life will be, but at a young age, Nathan Crowell of Sandwich and Mashpee knew his certainly would be shorter than his peers. And that knowledge affected how he lived.


Andrea Taddeo

Mar 5, 2012

Some 200 of Andrea Taddeo's friends came to the Coonamesset Inn in Falmouth last month to sing and tell stories. With their heads hung low they sang the songs Taddeo sang when she was a girl back on Long Island in the 1950s, and into her oldest years living in Falmouth, until she died at home on Feb. 11 from cancer. They sang church songs. "The Hymn of Promise" was one, about new life and resurrection. And "Take My Hand" was another.

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