CapeCodToday Blog Chowder

Organic Lawns – What Kind Do You Want?

About this time of year, we’ve had enough of winter and are anxious to start gardening and working on the lawn. There are lots of creative options for lawns and now is the time to start planning.

Marrow Donor Registry Drive In Pembroke

Be The Match, Save A Life

Mary Lou Chase is a long-time Pembroke resident, a wife and a mother. She is a faithful parishioner at St. Thecla's, and a former president of the Mattakeesett Garden Club. Simple person, simple life, and a simply terrible thing happened to her. She was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia.

Cape Cod Today: Monday April 7th, 2014

Find out what happened at last week's Town Council meeting on this episode of Barnstable Today.

And we know what happened to Rome

Re: McCutcheon:

Suffragia pecunia emere, ac vendere: et abusus irrepserunt definiendis iacerentur ad comitia amet.

Deinde ad hanc corruptionem expandit feret.

Deinde exercitus, tandem publica imperatorum imperio subiiciuntur.


Beware The Wild Turkey

It's Turkey Breeding Season, And Things Happen...

A great part of living in Bourne involves man-made stuff. You drive over the Bourne Bridge, you eat at the Way Ho, you walk along the Cape Cod Canal and so forth. Another part of the Bourne experience is getting to know the local fauna.

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Olivia's story


This is the story of a little eight year old girl from South Carolina named Olivia.

Olivia is one of those kids that many people say they wish all kids could be more like. She loves learning, and says she wants to be an Egyptologist when she grows up.

She has a goal, and wants to work toward it. She wants to learn.



I would be very surprised if most people agreed that the latest decision by the Supreme Court regarding campaign contributions which expanded Citizens United was a good thing for democracy.

I rather believe it is the opposite.

Discover Mushrooms: Delicious & Healthy Too

Mushrooms are as old as antiquity, or maybe older. They were first discovered in Chile around 13,000 years ago. But the first reliable evidence of mushroom consumption dates to several hundred years ago BC in China. Not surprisingly, the Chinese are the largest producers of mushrooms in the world today, along with the United States, the Netherlands, France and Poland.