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John Sideli

When an artist dies, they leave behind not only personal and real property, but also the remainder of their body of work that can span decades. Generally, it is left up to the artist’s family to preserve their work and legacy after their death. Read more

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Situated amidst the oceanside splendor of Buzzards Bay with its quaint Victorian charm, Onset Village is a valued destination for tourists and regional guests alike. Read more

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I could never be classified as a convert to minimalism, but I am increasingly willing and even eager to at least begin to shed “stuff.” Read more

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Whether you want to snack on a luscious tree-ripened fresh peach or to use the sweet fruit to make a delicious pie, salad, jam, or other summer treat, the region boasts an abundance of delightful orchards where visitors of all ages can enjoy... Read more

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After a long season of quarantine which forced many events and attractions to be delayed or outright cancelled, it's fair to call the reemerging events survivors. Read more

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When elders die, they take an enormous amount of family, community, and institutional memories and information with them. There’s an African proverb that says when an elder passes away, an entire library burns down. Read more

Prime Times

Whether or not we have or want human babies, we can mother something. The earth. A drab, messy room back to life. We can prune a plant, pick up trash, wipe a shopping cart when we are done using it. Read more

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