Who says summer's end is within sight? Plenty of great outdoor events continue across the Cape and Islands this weekend. The Cape Cod Five Pops in the Park celebrates its 25th anniversary concert this Saturday with maestro Jung Ho Pak, and vocal contributions from, among others, Dennis-Yarmouth grad Fred Inkley. As part of an art project, visitors to the Provincetown Library will be encouraged to do something unusual – scrawl some graffiti! Two big walls will be erected and graffiti supplies provided for this interactive event on Friday. And also in Provincetown on Friday, the Provincetown Theater has an evening of comedy cued up, featuring Bruce Vilanch in the play “Rubble.” If you like history, and you fancy a stroll along Hyannis Harbor, the Barnstable Land Trust has a free historical walk with Professor James Gould; it's a 90-minute, 2-mile walking tour of the historic Hyannis Waterfront District. And get your feet tapping at the Payomet Perfoming Arts Center, which welcomes another rock-'n’roll legend to its stage, soul singer Lisa Fisher.
Every Thursday during All Things Considered, Steve Junker speaks with an editor at Cape Week about upcoming events. Audio of this week's conversation is posted above - give it a listen.