Monthly Archives: July 2017

Eating disorders on Cape Cod

There are no treatment centers solely dedicated to eating disorders on Cape Cod, making recovery a difficult process. At the same time, the region has several practitioners who deal with the disorders, and this article breaks the news that one … Continue reading

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Proud Boys, Antifa and MILO: rallies in the age of Trump

WASHINGTON – A sea of red Make America Great Again gathered on the National Mall to see President Donald Trump sworn into the office as the 45th president of the United States. January 20, 2017. WASHINGTON – Counter protesters began … Continue reading

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Cape Cod town rallies for refugees in Beirut

It’s rare that Cape Cod Times runs a story on Syria with a local bend, let alone two in the same day. Read my coverage of a Falmouth group’s efforts to support youth education in a Beirut refugee camp:

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From Cape Cod to the Syrian diaspora

A.J. Naddaff, an Arabic student at Davidson College, forwent his annual summer on Cape Cod to interview prominent Syrian artists living in exile in Europe. My article on his journey:

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A town hall with Senator Warren

Town halls in the U.S. are known for angry constituents airing their grievances at politicians. But aside from a few activists for Republican Geoff Diehl’s Senate campaign outside, Senator Elizabeth Warren’s town hall on Cape Cod Sunday was entirely full … Continue reading

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My crash scene pic in ABC’s Boston affiliate

Cape Cod Times sold my photo of a fatal truck vs SUV rollover crash near the Bourne Bridge to ABC Boston. NBC Boston used the pic as well: Such a tragedy. Rest In Peace.

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