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|Summer Family Fun Classes at Cotuit Center for the Arts|
|COTUIT- The Cotuit Center for the Arts will be offering a range of classes and workshops to entertain and educate children, teens and families this summer. At ?Camp Shakespeare?, instructor Ed O?Toole will offer a two-week class that culminates in a one-hour junior production featuring the playwright?s most famous comic?
|Cahoon Museum of American Art Announces Summer Program Series|
|COTUIT- The Cahoon Museum of American Art in Cotuit has announced their program series for this summertime season. This year?s events will include talks presented in conjunction with ?The Pollinators,? an exhibition featuring artwork by thirteen regional contemporary artists inspired by the intricate natural process?
|?Man of La Mancha? to Open at Cotuit Center for the Arts|
|COTUIT ? One of the most successful musicals in Broadway history will open next week at the Cotuit Center for the Arts. Dale Wasserman?s ?Man of La Mancha? will run from June 28 through July 29. Performances are Thursdays through Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays at 4 p.m. ?Man of La Mancha,? directed by [?]
|MATTERS OF FAITH: Faithful choices at the end of life|
|On May 10, Australian scientist David Goodall ended his life by lethal injection while listening to Beethoven’s “Ode to Joy.” Unable to obtain physician-assisted, or medically assisted, death in his homeland, Goodall journeyed to Switzerland because, in his own words, he no longer enjoyed life due to loss of mobility, eyesight and hearing.Goodall’s case was unusual because he had not been diagnosed with a terminal illness but wanted in advance to avoid the [...]|
|Curious about Cape Cod? So are we|
|My daughter asked me a question recently, thinking the editor of the newspaper would have the answer.?Why is Provincetown a place gay people like to live???Well,? I began, ?it?s been an accepting community for as long as I can remember, so I would imagine that makes it an attractive place to be.??Yeah,? she pressed, ?but why there??So we did some research about the history of Provincetown and how a fishing village of largely Portuguese descent became [...]|
|We must do more to model nonviolence|
|Since the shocking slaying of K-9 Sgt. Sean Gannon, there’s been an outspoken and sustained level of local and even national support for his widow and the Yarmouth Police Department. And some supporters, I believe correctly, have expressed profound dismay at how the assailant was not already incarcerated (given his record).But no child is born a killer. Moreover, with staggering levels of violence, including bullying and suicide, already infecting contemporary society, why [...]|
|Trump now resembles his iron-fisted heroes|
|Trump is following the path of a despot. He is symbolically thumbing his nose at all the leaders of the free world while he is embracing the totalitarian leaders Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong Un. He expresses his admiration for these iron-fisted dictators and his wish that he could have that kind of power. He traded away our ability to train with our ally South Korea for a promise from Kim Jong Un that carries zero accountability.Then he really crossed the line by separating children [...]|