A Head of its Time
Requiem for the Beech
What will we do when these eminently huggable trees are gone?
There is a sadness in Provincetown’s East End Dwyer Woods today. It is a beautiful morning, with bright sunshine and enough breeze to make the mosquitos work for their blood […]
The Province Lakes
Down at the Pier
What Would Dune Charlie Have Said?
The proposed shack leasing rules put profit over preservation
Exactly 50 years ago, I met Charlie Schmid, or Dune Charlie, as he was known. He was what might have once been called a hermit, living by himself with his […]
Destination Bus Stop
On Reading Moby-Dick
The annual library marathon symbolizes entry into a community of believers
Of all the human shortcomings I can think of, the one that irks me most is complacency. Of course, a healthy sense of self is a positive thing, but being […]