Scottcakes in Provincetown, MA. Scott has a loud, lovely, little store with one flavor of cupcakes – pink.
Scott’s story has been made into a musical which currently playing in Boston . . .
BOSTON, MA — CUPCAKE, a sexy, subversive, silly and sweet love letter to Summertown will make its World premiere at Boston’s Club Café May 10 — June 24, 2012. Book by Bradley Seeman, music by Michael Wartofsky (Car Talk: The Musical!!), and lyrics by David Reiffel, and directed and produced by Guy Ben-Aharon (GBA Productions, Israeli Stage). For cast announcement and more information visit http://www.cupcakethemusical.com. Performances are Thursdays through Saturdays at 8pm and Sunday brunch/matinee shows (June10, 17, and 24 at 2pm). Ticket are $25 -$35 with Special Group discounts also available at firstname.lastname@example.org.
At Blackwater Pond the tossed waters have settled
after a night of rain.
I dip my cupped hands. I drink
a long time. It tastes
like stone, leaves, fire. It falls cold
into my body, waking the bones. I hear them
deep inside me, whispering
oh what is that beautiful thing
that just happened?
– Mary Oliver
Provincetown Harbor at night.
The Provincetown Bookshop has a great selection of local authors.
Mary Oliver reads here on occasion.
Aqua Bar on Commercial serves fresh shellfish on the water.
Dinner at Ten Tables.
Provincetown Art Association and Museum gardens.
The Fine Arts Work Center hosts visiting artists and they have several galleries, performances and work spaces. I will miss Amy Arbus, author of the Fourth Wall who will be presenting her most recent work and speaking at the Schoolhouse Gallery on July 11th, 6:30PM 494 Commercial Street.
Malassada and from the Portuguese Bakery.
Sweet potato filled tortes with whisky, lemon, sugar and cinnamon.
Art, local cheese, milk, fresh shellfish, fruit, vegetables, jam, bread, meat and pastries at the Saturday farmer’s market 11am-4pm in the summer months.
Squid fishing at midnight with Seb, Josh, Nemo and Jack.