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Barnstable Today: Friday October 31, 2014

Improvements are on the way for the center of Marstons Mills, you will need to change your clocks this weekend, and oyster season begins tomorrow.

Barnstable Today: Thursday October 30, 2014

A Barnstable Police unit is recognized, we’ll tell you where water flushing will soon begin, and renovations are taking shape at Veteran’s Beach Park.

Changing Weather, A Holiday Fair & Seafood Party Dip

      It's the last week of October and we have now seen temps in the 70s, sun, and rain, and still to come a drop in temps, clouds and a fleeting chance of the white stuff by the first of November. On Tuesday we were back at Truro Vineyard in bright sunshine, picking Cabernet Franc and Merlot grapes while getting a little more sun than one would think at this time of year. Now with changes in the air coming or the change in time back to eastern standard time this weekend I don't think extra sun will be a problem.

Barnstable Today: Wednesday October 29, 2014

Plans are coming together to make improvements in Marstons Mills, changes could soon be made to Sampson’s Island, and we have details about where your kids can find goodies this Halloween.

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Barnstable Today: October 27, 2014

Veterans Beach Park renovations are moving ahead, Town Council could soon vote on e-permitting, and Cape Cod Community College nursing students are giving back. These storiesand more on this episode of Barnstable Today.

Chatham Pumpkin People

October 17 -31
Pumpkin People in the Park

Red Palm Oil

I use a variety of oils. Olive oil for salads, salad dressings and even washing my face like they do in Greece; grape seed oil for sautéing and roasting; coconut oil for cooking, baking, moisturizing and swishing; avocado oil for dressings and face washing. Depending on the recipe, pumpkin seed and walnut oils are delicious alternatives in salad dressings too. All are tasty and nutritious, but not the powerhouse of the oil I’ve recently discovered, red palm oil.