Party Hosting On the Cheap
Posted 9 months ago

by: Alyson Komyanek

We’re in the height of summer season. Schools out, days are longer and the weather is fabulous. You’d LOVE to host a party and invite your friends and family, but that’s too expensive…

Miss Money Funny: Party Hosting for Every Bud…
Girls Night Out on the Cheap
Posted 1 year ago

by Alyson M. Komyanek
Anyone else feeling the pinch from the tax increase hitting your pocketbook this year? I don't know about you, but even with my 2% raise this winter, my paychecks are smaller than…

Miss Funny Money: Girls Night Out on the Chea…
People for Cats: Lilly and Jazzy
Posted 1 year ago

This week we are featuring a pair of Maine coon girls, mom Lilly and daughter Jazzy. Maine coons are large, long-haired cats who typically have friendly, calm personalities. These girls are perfect examples of the…

People for Cats: Lilly and Jazzy
Custom Nothing Apparel
Posted 2 years ago

Cape Cod inspires…the vast open skies and sea offering a contemplative spot to meditate if you will, on what is important to us. Perhaps it is these open spaces, the non-confining feel to the cape…

Custom Nothing Apparel
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Miss Money Funny: Buying my first house

Miss Money Funny: Buying my first house

By: Alyson Komyanek Google image search the words “first home” and you will find lots of fabulous photos of smiling couples purchasing their first home. What you won’t find, though, are photos of a single woman completing the same accomplishment. Well, at 27 years old, that’s exactly what I’m doing- celebrating the purchase of my […]

Single in the Suburbs: Tinder & Taboos

Single in the Suburbs: Tinder & Taboos

by Anonymous First impressions are everything when it comes to dating, and those early date conversations can spark love or detonate a destruction. Among the very many safe topics to discuss on a first date are: hobbies passion inspirations family friends work travel dreams wishes ..and so much more. Taboo topics that should be avoided […]

The Starter Mom: Cleaning up my act

The Starter Mom: Cleaning up my act

by Nicole Loughan Utter Have you ever tried to nail Jello to a tree? If you have you know that’s about how difficult it is to keep a house clean with young children. While you are cleaning the dishes a pile of Lego’s is crashing down in another room and while you are picking up the Lego’s you hear […]

The Garden Muse: March Equinox

The Garden Muse: March Equinox

The March equinox will occur at 16:57 (or 12:57 PM EST) Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) on March 20, 2014. This marks the beginning of spring in the northern hemisphere and fall (autumn) in the southern hemisphere from an astronomical viewpoint. The March equinox is the movement when the sun crosses the true celestial equator – […]

Happening Kids: Caroline Kent & Colby Bryant

Happening Kids: Caroline Kent & Colby Bryant

The Cape Cod Soccer Officials Association announced today the 2014 recipients of the Richard E. Maxwell Memorial Scholarship Awards. The 2014 awards go to: Caroline Kent – Bourne High School Colby Bryant – Upper Cape Tech Each will receive an award of $500.00 upon completion of the first semester of their freshman year. Established in […]

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Greater Falmouth Mostly All-Male Men’s Chorus Welcomes New Members

The Greater Falmouth Mostly All-Male Men’s Chorus, under the direction of John J. Dulina, IV, will begin rehearsing for its spring concerts on Thursday, March 6, from 7 to 9 PM, at Morse Pond School, 323 Jones Road, in Falmouth. Rehearsals continue on Thursday evenings at the school throughout the spring. The spring concerts, titled, […]