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Sam Tarplin's documentary "What Happened Here: The Untold Story of Addiction on Cape Cod" will be shown at the Cape Cod Community College on September 26 and at the Falmouth Jewish Congregation on September 28.
Eddie Doyle began his charitable work here in Falmouth in 1991. He and Falmouth Road Race founder Tommy Leonard conceived the idea of a Falmouth charitable event that didn't involve running seven miles and The Falmouth Walk was born.
Jay Zavala may not be a magician by trade, but he certainly has a near magical ability to bring his enthusiasm and optimism to any task he undertakes.
Families from more than 30 states, upwards of 10 countries, and countless locales within the commonwealth have made the trip to the carousel for three unforgettable minutes of fun and fantasy.
I had the good fortune to spend August 16 and 17 with old chum and FCTV guru Kevin Lynch as we attended many of the race events and recorded the sights, thoughts, and tales of the weekend for a show for Falmouth's hometown TV station.
I never actually met my friend, but spent countless hours smiling and laughing with him throughout my life and am profoundly saddened by his tragic death. My friend was Robin Williams, and his ruthless killers are the diseases of addiction and...
Troy lost its focus, and the greatness that defined this lynchpin of New York's capital region also moved elsewhere. Today, the population has declined by more than a third, and the city is searching for ways to bring back people and their passions,...
Author and Falmouth transplant Jim Butler is sharing his rags-to-riches-to-rags-to-gratitude story.
I have always seen our community and the larger Cape community as an antidote to the madness over the bridges and across the oceans.
Many other respected and committed members of the community have chimed in to lament the idea to eliminate a school librarian.