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Signs Of September, Cape Cod

by | Sep 22, 2023 | August 2019,Front Articles 2 | 0 Comments

By STEVEN WITHROW At the harbor, someone locks The gates to the boat slips. Tonight, as we walk the docks Bordering the half-lit port, We notice fewer ships Of leisure,...

Decorating for Fall – Bring The Outside In

by | Sep 21, 2023 | August 2011,Front Articles 2 | 0 Comments

By ELIZABETH EIDLITZ We live in a four-seasonenvironment.  While Nature alters the green landscape with fall colors, and black-capped chickadees replace warblers at...

Fall Fashion Choices Abound

by | Sep 21, 2023 | August 2015,Front Articles 2 | 0 Comments

BY MARTHA SCANLON FISH  There are essentially two types of people on Cape Cod: those who wear their flip flops into November, in an attempt to prolong their beloved...

Love Your Dog and Keep Him Safe

by | Sep 18, 2023 | August 2018,Front Articles 1 | 0 Comments

By KAREN HUNTER Domesticated dogs, whose range of looks and personalities complement our lives in so many ways, have long been an integral part of the human experience...

Drawn to Water – Enjoying Water Elements Outside and Inside our Homes

by | Sep 18, 2023 | August 2016,Front Articles 1 | 0 Comments

By NANNETTE DRAKE OLDENBOURG Our attraction to water is as essential and multifaceted as water itself. Water is tied to our most basic survival and our most soaring...

Autumn Accents & Fall Furnishings

by | Sep 18, 2023 | August 2017,Front Articles 1 | 0 Comments

Story & Photos By MARTHA SCANLON FISH For some, the transition from summer to fall on Cape Cod means taking down screens, storing patio furniture and putting up...

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BEST OF THE UPPER CAPE

Your Guide To The
Upper Cape Is Here

This edition marks our fifth year of publishing the Best of the Upper Cape magazine, and with it we are bringing back our Best of the Upper Cape in-person event, thanks in part to our title sponsor, The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod. We feel it is an encouraging sign that our business community can once again gather to celebrate. Another summer season on Cape Cod has come and gone. Our aim in publishing Best of the Upper Cape and hosting the attendant event in October is to recognize the communities’ businesses when they have had a chance to breathe as the summer gives way to autumn.

Best of the Upper Cape may be written and designed by the staff at the Enterprise, but the results are those of our readers. We worked hard to keep a strict separation between the staff and the voting processes to ensure that the winners in these pages won because our readership felt they deserved the recognition for a job welldone.

A few notes on the organization of the magazine: Wherever possible, we tried to list all of a business’s locations on the Upper Cape. In the interest of space, we made exceptions. Websites are listed with the homepage’s URL; we felt it didn’t do any good to have long strings of letters in a print magazine.

We hope you enjoy looking through these pages. So many on our staff worked hard to bring recognition to our local businesses, and we thank our readers for their votes.

John H. Hough

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