Cooking with Fire - Sunday Journal 5/11/2014
Paula Marcoux of Plymouth, author of the new cookbook, Cooking With Fire, explains the ins and outs of outdoor grilling, including cooking methods from other cultures.
Falmouth Choral Performance - Sunday Journal 5/18/2014
Falmouth High School has won a number of awards for its choral program. Choral Director Todd Fruth tells us about the program and the upcoming A Cappella Fest in Falmouth.
Cancer Survivor Day - Sunday Journal 5/11/2014
Demaris Kooker of Mashpee, a cancer survivor, and Jeffrey Gaudette, Survivorship Program Manager at Cape Cod Healthcare, talk about Cancer Survivors Day on June 9 in Falmouth.
Yarmouth Crime Watch - Sunday Journal 5/18/2014
Lee Hawkins talks about the Yarmouth Neighborhood Crime Watch program. The program is looking for Block Captains so that more neighborhoods can participate in the program.
In My Footsteps Guide - Sunday Journal 5/18/2014
Chris Setterlund of Yarmouth has written a different kind of guidebook about Cape Cod. 'In My Footsteps' features historic sites from Bourne to Provincetown.
Heritage Museums - Sunday Journal 5/11/2014
Heritage Museums and Gardens staffers talk about the upcoming season of new exhibits at the Sandwich museum, including sculptures of giant bugs and poisonous plants.
Vivapalooza - Sunday Journal 5/25/2014
The Fifth Annual Vivapalooza, a free healthy living fair, comes to Barnstable High School on June 1. Dr. Cormac Coyle of Emerald Physicians, talks about the highlights.
Twenty Summers - Sunday Journal 5/25/2014
Josh Prager, founder of the new nonprofit arts center Twenty Summers, describes the workshops, concerts and lectures this month at the historic Hawthorne Barn in Provincetown.
Stroke Awareness - Sunday Journal 5/25/2014
May is Stroke Awareness Month. Dr. Michael Marcowsky, a neurologist with Cape Cod Hospital, is in the studio to talk about the importance of early treatment for this disease.
Cape Cod Transit - Sunday Journal 5/04/2014
Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority Executive Director Tom Cahir talks about local transportation issues including changes to the Cape Flyer train schedule.
Amazing Grace - Sunday Journal 5/04/2014
Jennifer Hills and Ross Anderson are co-chairs of the Recruitment Committee for Amazing Grace and they discuss this new summer program for Cape Cod children whose parents have been incarcerated.
Homeless Count - Sunday Journal 5/04/2014
Stefanie Coxe, Paula Schnepp and Cathy Finn talk about results of the recent annual Point in Time count of homeless people on Cape Cod and the islands.
Adopt a Greyhound - Sunday Journal 4/27/2014
Anne Restino and Coleen Cronin, co-organizers of an adopt a greyhound fair, talk about greyhound adoption on the occasion of Adopt a Greyhound Month.
Oral History - Sunday Journal 4/27/2014
Len Gobiel talks about an oral history project he is doing as part of the Town of Barnstable's 375th Anniversary.
Spring in Hyannis - Sunday Journal 4/27/2014
Elizabeth Wurfbain of the Hyannis Main Street Business Improvement District and Amy Harwood of the Hyannis Youth and Community Center talk about the upcoming events, Nature Expo and Spring on Main.
Plimoth Plantation Cinema - Sunday Journal 04/20/2014
Plimoth Plantation Deputy Executive Director Richard Pickering and Ed Russel, one of the founders of Plimoth Cinema, talk about a major fundraising effort to save the cinema.
Spring Break on Cape - Sunday Journal 04/20/2014
Three students from Cornell University talk about their spring vacation on Cape Cod spent working with Housing Assistance Corporation to educate local students about finances.
Traffic Planning - Sunday Journal 04/20/2014
The low down on upcoming road and bikeway improvements in Hyannis, Bourne, Wellfleet and Yarmouth from the Cape Cod Commission's Glenn Cannon.
Mercy Otis Warren Award - Sunday Journal 04/13/2014
Judy Scarafile, chair of the Mercy Otis Warren Woman of the Year Award Committee, and committee member Ann Canedy talk about the nomination process for the award, as well as the history of the award.
Nauset High School Athletics - Sunday Journal 04/13/2014
Keith Kenyon, Director of Athletics at Nauset High School, talks about the project to install a new turf field at the high school, including the creative fundraising for the project.
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