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Steve Heaslip / Cape Cod Times

The first weekend of December is upon us, and towns and organizations all over the Cape are ready to celebrate the holidays. Here's your Weekend Outlook.

Poetry Sunday: Karen Klein

Nov 27, 2016

Karen Klein reads her poem, "'How does your garden grow'?"

Poet/dancer, Karen Klein is the founder of teXt/moVes, a poetry movement collaborative.Her poems have appeared in or are forthcoming from The Drunken Boat, The Aurorean, Cape Cod Poetry Review, Pudding Magazine, Sunday Poet Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene, The Comstock Review. She lives in Mashpee and Cambridge and is a member of Steeple Street Poets.

Poetry Sunday: Steven Withrow

Nov 20, 2016

Steve Withrow reads him poem, "Leaving the Estuary."

Arts and Ideas ~ Nov 13, 2016

Nov 14, 2016

7pm The Moth Radio hour celebrates veterans.

8pm A tribute to the composer and vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson  - NPR Jazz Profiles 

9pm We’ve Never Been the Same – a long night of battle and decades of recovery -   

10pm PRX Remix – good stories on shuffle. 

Poetry Sunday: Lorna Knowles Blake

Nov 13, 2016

Lorna Knowles Blake reads her poem, "Bedtime Story."

Poetry Sunday: Susan Berlin

Nov 6, 2016

Susan Berlin reads her poem, "On This Filthy February Morning."

Art, music, and... Christmas spirit? We've gotten to November and - believe it or not - the first holiday offering! Here's your rundown of weekend events not to miss.

  For many, Cape Cod means sunshine and sandy beaches. But to one West Barnstable writer and producer, the Cape means foggy cemeteries at night, dangerous riptides, ghost stories and shipwrecks. For over thirty years, Stephen Thomas Oney has been producing Cape Cod Radio Mystery Theatre, a series of radio dramas all set on and inspired by the Cape. Producer Peter Bresnan visited Stephen’s home studio in West Barnstable. 

Poetry Sunday: Karen Elizabeth Sharpe

Oct 30, 2016

Karen Elizabeth Sharpe reads her poem, "The balance in question."

"The Boat Guy": Forty Years of Craftmanship

Oct 24, 2016
oldwharf.com

Walter Baron has been making boats in Wellfleet for nearly forty years. Though Walter says he’s added his own touch to the processes he uses for building boats, Walter does not consider himself an artist. He would rather focus on the technical aspects of his boats and his work. But to an outsider, these boats are beautiful, and it’s hard to imagine that the man responsible for creating them would describe them as anything but art. 

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