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Falmouth Arts Alive: Performance Schedule

Falmouth Arts Alive: Performance Schedule

ArtsFalmouth’s Arts Alive Festival Celebrates the Arts with Music, Dance, Drama, Children’s Activities, Special Events, and More Arts Alive, Falmouth’s vibrant three-day celebration of the performing, visual, and literary arts, takes place Friday, June 21, through Sunday, June 23, on the Falmouth Library Lawn, Shore Street Extension, and Peg Noonan Park. All events are free. … Continue reading

Rock on the Beach today! April 6, 2 PM

Rock on the Beach today! April 6, 2 PM

The Cape Cod Concert Band offers a trip down memory lane with “Rock on the Beach,” celebrating the music of the 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s. It’s retro-rock played by a 42-piece band on Saturday, April 6 at 2 PM at the Saint John Paul II High School Auditorium, 120 High School Road in Hyannis. … Continue reading

Celebrate the Arts in Falmouth at Arts Alive! June 16 to 18: The Entertainers

Celebrate the Arts in Falmouth at Arts Alive! June 16 to 18: The Entertainers

Arts Alive offers an amazing array of talented performers, from aspiring students of all ages to accomplished professional performers. You’ll find music of all genres: jazz, rock’n’roll, blues, bluegrass, Americana, folk, country, Celtic, classical, old-time fiddle, New Age, alternative rock, light opera, choral, a cappella, singer/songwriter, and more. There will be classical and contemporary ballet, … Continue reading

Woods Hole Film Festival Celebrates 25 Years

Woods Hole Film Festival Celebrates 25 Years

Above: “Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You,” and below: Chris Cooper in “Coming through the Rye.” The Woods Hole Film Festival kicks off its 25th annual festival at Redfield Auditorium on Saturday, July 30.  The WHFF runs for eight days and supports emerging independent filmmakers; it is the oldest film festival on Cape Cod … Continue reading

Groovy Afternoon Celebrates the Woodstock Era

Groovy Afternoon Celebrates the Woodstock Era

September 23, 2011 Christine Mascott welcomes everyone to the Happening. The Woodstock era, the late 1960s and early ’70s returned to the Cotuit Center for the Arts on September 9. There were tie-dyed t-shirts, folksingers, folk rockers, poets on their soap boxes, and a roomful of hippie clothing and memorabilia. There was Phyllis Diller. The … Continue reading

41 Years Ago . . . .

41 Years Ago . . . .

June 27, 2011 The Bath Festival of Blues & Progressive Music ‘70 was 41 years ago today. My husband saved the festival flyer I brought back from England and just unearthed it the other day while cleaning the basement. I had met Glenn six months prior to the summer I spent in England and had … Continue reading

Elvis Lives On

June 21, 2009 I was living in Memphis, Tennessee, in 1977. Elvis lived there too, but he was, by then, the fat, aging, substance-abusing Elvis, a sad caricature of his former self. I was at work when we heard the news that Elvis had died. He was only 42. My response? I laughed. The news … Continue reading