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22
November
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Artisan Holiday Fair November 25th – 26th Skip the Black Friday madness, and shop at The New Fine Arts and Craft Show, sponsored by the Provincetown Lions Club. A wonderful opportunity to find unique, handmade gifts for everyone on your list. A food court will be provided, and footage will be shown from the film “Dad, I Wanna Go Fishing,” featuring shots of Provincetown. Friday, November 25, 10 am to […]

29
January
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Many of your average Americans are familiar with Easter, its history, its meaning, and when it is celebrated. Fewer average Americans are familiar with Passover, a Jewish holiday that also takes place in the springtime – typically in March or April, depending on the calendar. The celebration of Passover occurred before the crucifixion and resurrection of Christ. Pasach, originally meaning “Passover,” was later adapted to mean “Easter” as well (“paschal”). Passover […]

08
November
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Business analytics is the study of past performance to gain insight on how decisions should be made in the future. Companies can analyze data from the past to help predict future performance and trends. How can this be applied to Thanksgiving travel? Analysis of this data is useful for many sectors of the travel market, from transportation providers to everyday travelers. Take a look at these Thanksgiving travel statistics and […]

19
November
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Do kids today know that holidays are nowhere near as good as they were when we were kids? For one thing, it snowed more at Christmas back then. It seems we ALWAYS had a white Christmas. Thanksgiving was better too. It started on Tuesday when school got out and continued all week until we went back on the following Monday. I loved Thanksgiving Day. We drove over to my cousin’s […]