Lots going on in quiet season this year.
Have you ever tried imaging Wellfleet?
This week the art world lost Selina Trieff, one of Wellfleet’s most famous artists.
We are fortunate that the Wellfleet Marketplace stocks books.
As I prepare to leave for a couple months of writing courses in the city, I am struck by how lovely Wellfleet is. Festive, too.
Barnstable County has an opiates problem.
How unusual this weather is!
On Tuesday I will have been writing this blog for NINE years. Now that’s incredible.
Let’s begin 2015 with a photo of two Cape Cod ladies I admire.
As 2014 draws to a close, we think back over all the lovely people we received here at Chez Sven and wish them a Happy New Year.
The end of 2014 brings a note from the Cape Cod Modern House Trust.
Rain is falling on Wellfleet but yesterday was a gem, warm and balmy, drawing lots of people to the marina.
Every white American should read this book to better understand what it is like to be black in America today.
Balmy weather makes it hard to wrap one's head around the fact that it is Christmas, but I hope yours was merry.
The weather has been gray and rainy for days.
Need fresh greens today? Head for the Farmers’ Market in Orleans.
It's that time of the year again, when Wellfleetians get in the holiday spirit and stroll through town, singing carols.
The Chamber of Commerce held its December cocktail party at PB Boulangerie Bistro.
I enjoyed reading these short stories, especially "The Witch," and believe Kseniya Melnik, originally from Russia, has talent.
Above, Harriet Korim and Rick Arnoldi serenade shoppers at the farmers market this summer.
Émigré, 95 Years in the Life of a Russian Count by Paul Grabbe
Giveaway ends January 06, 2015. See the giveaway details at Goodreads.