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  • Sunday Journal 12/26/10: Wind turbines (Part 3)
    • Barnstable and Bourne energy coordinator Richard Elrick, discusses a new wind turbine project in Barnstable and a planned wind turbine project in Bourne.
      This is the third in an ongoing series on land-based wind turbine projects on Cape Cod.
  • Sunday Journal 12/26/10: Dan Wolf
    • Cape and Islands senator-elect Dan Wolf discusses what his focus will be on Beacon Hill.
  • Sunday Journal 12/26/10: Nominate a local hero
    • American Red Cross, Cape Cod Islands Chapter, volunteer Erica Waasdorp talks about what it takes to nominate a local hero to be honored at the 9th Annual Red Cross Heroes Breakfast.
  • Sunday Journal 12/19/10: Homeless Person’s Memorial Day
    • Local National Homeless Person’s Memorial Day events along with the ongoing issue of homelessness is discussed with Dan McCullough, Elyse DeGroot, Tom Naples and Kelsey Weigert.
  • Sunday Journal 12/19/10: Cape Cod Employment
    • Employment on Cape Cod is explored with David Augustinho, executive director of the Cape and Islands Workforce Investment Board.
  • Sunday Journal 12/19/10: Brewster Wind Turbine Project (Part 2)
    • A controversial wind turbine project in Brewster is outlined with Maggie Downey of the Cape and Vineyard Electric Cooperative and Brewster Town Administrator Charles Sumner.
      This is the second in an ongoing series on land-based wind turbine projects on Cape Cod.
  • Sunday Journal 12/12/10: Brewster Wind Turbine Project (Part 1)
    • A controversial wind turbine project in Brewster is outlined with Maggie Downey of the Cape and Vineyard Electric Cooperative and Brewster Town Administrator Charles Sumner.
      This is the first in an ongoing series on land-based wind turbine projects on Cape Cod. We’ll be talking with project organizers, scientists, opponents, town officials, energy coordinators and more in the coming weeks.
  • Sunday Journal 12/12/10: Science Educator of the Year
    • Cape Cod Tech educators Charlie Bresnahan, Donald Bein, and Lynn Fleischer talk about the school’s green technology education program.
  • Sunday Journal 12/12/10: Jolly Jaunt
    • Angela Cenzalli and Megan Hoffman of the Special Olympics discuss the organization and the annual Jolly Jaunt fundraiser.
  • Sunday Journal 12/05/10: Barnstable Municipal Airport
    • Barnstable Municipal Airport Manager Bud Breault provides an update of the construction project at the airport.
  • Sunday Journal 12/05/10: Green Cape
    • Sue Phelan of Green Cape discusses her organization’s efforts to stop Nstar from spraying herbicide on Cape Cod.
  • Sunday Journal 12/05/10: Cape Cod homelessness
    • Cape Cod Council of Churches outreach worker Tom Naples and Vinfen program director Gene Carey share their perspective on the ongoing problem of homelessness on Cape Cod.
  • Sunday Journal 11/28/10: Spectacle Of Trees
    • The 5th annual Spectacle Of Trees event is discussed with Bill Murphy of Cape Cod Charitable Funraisers, Richard Brothers of the Cape and Islands United Way and Jessica Tinti of the Hyannis Area Chamber of Commerce.
  • Sunday Journal 11/28/10: Chatham Harwich Regionalization
    • Chatham Harwich Regionalization Committee members Jeff Dykens, Bonnie Loedel and Craig Vokey outline plans to merge the two school districts.
  • Sunday Journal 11/28/10: Gift Card Program Challenge
    • Rick Presbrey and Allison Rice of the Housing Assistance Corporation talk about a new gift certificate program being offered by the Dennis Yarmouth Ecumenical Council that will help fund homeless prevention programs.
  • Sunday Journal 11/21/10: Home Energy Score program
    • Cape Light Compact Energy Efficiency Program Manger Kevin Galligan previews the pilot Home Energy Score program and how it can help save you money.
  • Sunday Journal 11/21/10: Future of Public Transportation
    • Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority Administrator Tom Cahir talks about the future of public transportation on Cape Cod and his efforts to integrate all of the area’s public transit services.
  • Sunday Journal 11/21/10: BHS Advanced Health Center
    • Program Director Meg Luizzi, licensed mental health counselor and clinician Mya Carpenter and nurse practitioner Shane Peters discuss Barnstable High School’s advanced health center.
  • Sunday Journal 11/14/10: Chatham Marconi Maritime Center
    • Chuck Bartlett, president of the Chatham Marconi Maritime Center, talks about a $100,000 grant the center received to improve exhibits and the Center’s education programs.
  • Sunday Journal 11/14/10: Curling for Charity
    • Evelyn Young of the Cape Cod Center for Women and Russ Lemcke of the Cape Cod Curling Club talk about the annual curling tournament scheduled for Nov. 20th that will benefit the Center.
  • Sunday Journal 11/14/10: Dennis Cottage Colonies
    • Dennis town planner Dan Fortier talks about a pair of new proposed zoning regulations affecting a number of cottage colonies in town.
  • Sunday Journal 11/07/10: Duffy Health Center
    • A change of leadership at the Duffy Health Center is discussed with former CEO Claire Goyer, new CEO Heidi Nelson, and marketing director Elyse Degroot.
  • Sunday Journal 11/07/10: Turkey Drive and Curb Hunger
    • A Thanksgiving turkey drive and Cape-wide food collection effort are highlighted with Richard Riehle and Richard Sayers of the Amvets Post 333 along with Jen Bayuk of Nauset Disposal.
  • Sunday Journal 11/07/10: AS Films International
    • Dan Boylan and Guy Taylor of the Cape-based AS Films International talk about their efforts to produce their first feature-length film “Upon A Star”, to be shot on Cape Cod this spring.
  • Sunday Journal 11/07/10: Cape and Islands Paranormal Research Society
    • Cape Cod’s very own ghost hunter Derek Bartlett, head of the Cape and Islands Paranormal Research Society tells us what it takes to track down the supernatural on Cape Cod.
  • Sunday Journal 10/31/10: JFK Hyannis Museum Exhibit
    • Rob Sennott, Rebecca Pierce-Merrick and artist Elizabeth Mumford talk about the exhibit at the JFK Hyannis Museum commemorating the 50th anniversary of the election of John F. Kennedy, Jr.
  • Sunday Journal 10/31/10: Bill Keating
    • Democratic candidate for the 10th district congressional seat, discusses his view on the issues prior to the November 2nd election.
  • Sunday Journal 10/31/10: Jeff Perry
    • Jeff Perry, Republican candidate for the 10th district congressional seat, discusses his view on the issues prior to the November 2nd election.
  • Sunday Journal 10/31/10: Jim Crocker
    • Jim Crocker, Republican candidate for Cape and Islands State Senate discusses his view on Cape Cod issues prior to the November 2nd election.
  • Sunday Journal 10/24/10: Centerville Pie
    • Laurie Bowen and Kristin Broadley of Centerville Pie and Larry Thayer of Cape Abilities talk about exciting national developments and the growing partership between the two organizations.
  • Sunday Journal 10/24/10: Randy Hunt
    • Randy Hunt, Republican candidate for State Representative for the Fifth Barnstable District, discusses his view on Cape Cod issues prior to the November 2nd election.
  • Sunday Journal 10/24/10: Dan Wolf,
    • Dan Wolf, Democratic candidate for Cape and Islands State Senate discusses his view on Cape Cod issues prior to the November 2nd election.
  • Sunday Journal 10/24/10: Maryanne Lewis
    • Maryanne Lewis, Independent candidate for the 10th district congressional seat, discusses her view on the issues prior to the November 2nd election.
  • Sunday Journal 10/17/10: Siobhan Magnus
    • Siobhan Magnus talks about her American Idol experience, her musical future, and the March of the Horribles parade.
  • Sunday Journal 10/17/10: Lance Lambros
    • Lance Lambros, Democratic candidate for State Representative for the Fifth Barnstable District, discusses his views on Cape Cod issues prior to the November 2nd election.
  • Sunday Journal 10/17/10: David Dunford
    • David Dunford, Republican candidate for State Representative for the Fourth Barnstable District, discusses his views on Cape Cod issues prior to the November 2nd election.
  • Sunday Journal 10/17/10: Sarah Peake
    • Sarah Peake, Fourth Barnstable District State Representative and Democratic candidate for re-election, discusses her views on Cape Cod issues prior to the November 2nd election.
  • Sunday Journal 10/10/10: Calmer Choice
    • Adam Liss and Fiona Jensen talk about Calmer Choice, a stress-reduction program being offered to Cape students.
  • Sunday Journal 10/10/10: David Vieira
    • David Vieira, Republican candidate for State Representative for the Third Barnstable District, discusses his views on Cape Cod issues prior to the November 2nd election.
  • Sunday Journal 10/10/10: Matt Patrick
    • Matt Patrick, Third Barnstable District State Representative and Democratic candidate for re-election, discusses his views on Cape Cod issues prior to the November 2nd election.
  • Sunday Journal 10/10/10: Jim Munafo
    • Jim Munafo, Republican candidate for State Representative for the Second Barnstable District, discusses his views on Cape Cod issues prior to the November 2nd election.
  • Sunday Journal 10/03/10: Cape and Islands Homeless Prevention
    • Estella Fritzinger of the Community Action Committee of the Cape and Islands talks about the push to restore funding for homeless prevention programs on Cape Cod.
  • Sunday Journal 10/03/10: Demetrius Atsalis
    • Demetrius Atsalis, Democratic candidate for re-election for Second Barnstable District State Representative, discusses his views on Cape Cod issues prior to the November 2nd election.
  • Sunday Journal 10/03/10: Patrick Foran
    • Patrick Foran, Republican candidate for State Representative for the First Barnstable District, discusses his views on Cape Cod issues prior to the November 2nd election.
  • Sunday Journal 10/03/10: Cleon Turner
    • Cleon Turner, Democratic candidate for re-election for First Barnstable District State Representative, discusses his views on Cape Cod issues prior to the November 2nd election.
  • Sunday Journal 9/26/10: BHS Principal Pat Clark
    • Brand new Barnstable High School Principal Pat Clark shares some new policies he has implemented at the school and his vision for education in the 21st century.
  • Sunday Journal 9/26/10: Cape Cod Water Resources Restoration Project
    • Cape Cod Water Protection Collaborative head Robert Duncanson outlines the 30 million dollar Cape Cod Water Resources Restoration Project.
  • Sunday Journal 9/26/10: Young at Heart Chorus
    • Cape Abilities head Larry Thayer and members of the Young at Heart Chorus talk about a fund raising collaborative concert scheduled for October 3rd at Barnstable High School.
  • Sunday Journal 9/19/10: Cape Walk for the Homeless
    • Rick Presbrey of the Housing Assistance Corporation and Diane Casey Lee of the Cape Cod Council of Churches discuss the Cape Walk for the Homeless scheduled for September 26th.
  • Sunday Journal 9/19/10: For the Love of Animals
    • Deborah Doe of the New England Society for Abandoned Animals talks about her work and the September 25th fundraiser “For the Love of Animals” at the Cultural Center of Cape Cod.
  • Sunday Journal 9/19/10: IRS tax changes
    • Peggy Riley, spokeswoman for the IRS talks about changes to your tax returns, upcoming deadlines, and important information about notices and letters from the IRS.
  • Sunday Journal 9/12/10: Day of Caring
    • Rich Brothers, Cape and Islands United Way, PJ Richardson, Cape Cod YMCA, and Tina Maillet, TD Banknorth, talk about the United Way’s Day of Caring scheduled for September 15th.
  • Sunday Journal 9/12/10: Eric Steinhilber
    • Republican candidate for Cape and Islands State Senate Eric Steinhilber talks about his stance on several Cape issues ahead of the September 14th primary election.
  • Sunday Journal 9/12/10: Jim Crocker
    • Republican candidate for Cape and Islands State Senate Jim Crocker discusses his stance on several Cape issues ahead of the September 14th primary election.
  • Sunday Journal 9/05/10: Sheila Lyons
    • Democratic candidate for Cape and Islands State Senate Sheila Lyons discusses her stance on several Cape issues ahead of the September 14th primary election.
  • Sunday Journal 9/05/10: Dan Wolf
    • Democratic candidate for Cape and Islands State Senate Dan Wolf talks about his stance on several Cape issues ahead of the September 14th primary election.
  • Sunday Journal 9/05/10: Seaside LeMans
    • DeWitt Davenport, owner of the Davenport Companies, Beth Patkoske, event organizer and Jeff Ehart, event sponsor discuss the Seaside LeMans fundraiser.
  • Sunday Journal 8/29/10: Bob Danzig
    • Former Hearst CEO, motivational speaker and author, Bob Danzig talks about his work, his new book ‘’Shakespeare Lives on Cape Cod (and Everywere Else!)’’, and his newfound connection with Cape Cod.
  • Sunday Journal 8/29/10: Mick Carlon
    • Author and Barnstable Intermediate School teacher Mick Carlon talks about his new children’s book, “Riding on Duke’s Train” and bringing jazz into the lives of students.
  • Sunday Journal 8/29/10: Senator Edward Kennedy
    • Revisiting the life and times of Senator Edward Kennedy one year after he lost his battle with brain cancer with personal stories shared by local Cape Codders.
  • Sunday Journal 8/22/10: Cellect Plastics, Inc
    • Scott Smith, Hyannisport resident and Owner/CEO of Cellect Plastics, Inc, discusses his product Opflex, which is being used in the Gulf of Mexico to clean up the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
  • Sunday Journal 8/22/10: Russ Brown responds to the Gulf Oil Spill (Part 1)
    • Russ Brown, head of NOAA’s Ecosystem Survey Group, discusses his work and personal experiences with the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. This is the first of a three-part segment.
  • Sunday Journal 8/22/10: Jennifer Gatke responds to the Gulf Oil Spill (Part 2)
    • Jennifer Gatke, Marine Biologist with NOAA discussed her work and personal experiences with the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. This is the second of a three-part segment.
  • Sunday Journal 8/22/10: Jim Manning responds to the Gulf Oil Spill (Part 3)
    • Jim Manning, physical oceanographer at NOAA, discusses his work with surface drifters and personal experiences with the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. This is the third of a three-part segment.
  • Sunday Journal 8/15/10: Barnstable Municipal Airport
    • Barnstable Municipal Airport Manager Bud Breault discusses the ongoing terminal expansion project in light of recent complaints from neighboring businesses.
  • Sunday Journal 8/15/10: Art at the Farm
    • Judith Desrochers of the Meetinghouse Farm in West Barnstable talks about the Art at the Farm fundraiser taking place on August 21st.
  • Sunday Journal 8/15/10: Herbicide Spraying
    • Jared Collins of Concerned Citizens Against Herbicide Spraying on Cape Cod and Sandra Larsen of GreenCAPE talk about renewed efforts to block Nstar from using herbicides on power line rights-of-way on Cape Cod.
  • Sunday Journal 8/15/10: Summer of Science
    • Candy Center, Dean of Academic and Student Affairs for Science, Technology, Math and Business at Cape Cod Community College previews this week’s Summer of Science program.
  • Sunday Journal 8/8/10: Water Protection Collaborative
    • Andrew Gottlieb, Cape Cod Water Protection Collaborative, and Paul Niedzwicki, Cape Cod Commission, discuss the Water Protection Collaborative’s effort to assist Cape towns with wastewater management solutions.
  • Sunday Journal 8/8/10: Sharks near Chatham
    • Mass Division of Marine Fisheries Shark Expert Dr. Greg Skomal talks about the dozen great white sharks that are swimming off the coast of Chatham.
  • Sunday Journal 8/8/10: Against the Tide
    • Cheryl Osimo of the Mass Breast Cancer Coalition and Silent Spring Institute previews the annual Against the Tide event to raise money for breast cancer research.
  • Sunday Journal 8/1/10: Chatham Marconi Maritime Center
    • The Chatham Marconi Maritime Center is opened August 1st. Board of directors Chuck Bartlett and Read Moffett, and exhibit developer Rebecca Smith share stories about the museum, its construction and its exhibits.
  • Sunday Journal 8/1/10: Cod Commercial Hook Fishermen’s Association
    • John Pappalardo, new executive director of the Cape Cod Commercial Hook Fishermen’s Association, has been with the organization since its inception and will share his goals for the future of the organization.
  • Sunday Journal 8/1/10: At-Risk Elders
    • Sandra Vickery and Katherine Wernier of the Cape Cod Consortium for At-Risk Elders discuss depression in the Cape’s older population and steps that can be taken to help.
  • Sunday Journal 7/25/10: Water Quality Issues
    • Recent boil water orders and water quality issues will be discussed with Thomas Cambareri, Water Resources Program Manager of the Cape Cod Commission.
  • Sunday Journal 7/25/10: Pilgrim Monument (Part 4)
    • Provincetown Museum historian Laurel Guadazno and Pilgrim Monument executive director Jim Bakker will discuss special exhibits on display at the Provincetown Museum to highlight the 100th anniversary.
      This is the fourth of a four-part series that ran throughout the month of July in anticipation of the celebration taking place in Provincetown on August 5.
  • Sunday Journal 7/25/10: Barnstaple, England
    • Ian Roome, mayor and Bruce Vernon, senior town councilor of Barnstaple, England, our sister city across the pond, share with us the benefits of the towns’ partnership.
  • Sunday Journal 7/18/10: Pilgrim Monument (Part 3)
    • Provincetown Museum historian Laurel Guadazno and Pilgrim Monument executive director Jim Bakker will preview the planned 100th anniversary celebration, taking place on August 5 in Provincetown.
      This is the third of a four-part series that ran throughout the month of July in anticipation of the celebration taking place in Provincetown on August 5.
  • Sunday Journal 7/18/10: Cape Cod Academy
    • Cape Cod Academy students Liza McGowen and Katie Olsen along with history teacher Keith Lewison discuss a recent trip the students took to do some volunteer work at a school in the Dominican Republic.
  • Sunday Journal 7/18/10: Pledging Allegiance
    • 2007 Dennis-Yarmouth High School grad Josh Coleman recently starred in his very first film, Pledging Allegiance. Coleman talks about his experience shooting the film and his aspirations as an actor.
  • Sunday Journal 7/18/10: Cape Cod Irish Summer Fest
    • The first-ever Cape Cod Irish Summer Fest is coming up on July 27. Organizers Terry Clen and Dave Hickey tell us about the music, food, dance and more taking place at the Melody Tent.
  • Sunday Journal 7/11/10: Housing With Love Walk
    • Bob Murray, executive director of the Falmouth Housing Authority, talks about for the 18th summer in a row Murray will walk from Provincetown to Falmouth to raise money for affordable housing and homeless outreach.
  • Sunday Journal 7/11/10: Pilgrim Monument (Part 2)
    • Provincetown Museum historian Laurel Guadazno and Pilgrim Monument executive director Jim Bakker outline what it was like on August 5, 1910 when the monument was first dedicated.
      This is the second of a four-part series that will run throughout the month of July in anticipation of the celebration taking place in Provincetown on August 5.
  • Sunday Journal 7/11/10: Hyannis Sound
    • Five of the ten members of the Hyannis Sound talk about their a cappella performances across Cape Cod and share some of their vocal stylings.
  • Sunday Journal 7/11/10: Barnstable County Fair
    • The Barnstable County Fair begins on Saturday July 17. Fair general manager Wendy Brown and marketing consultant Chip Bishop fill us in on what we can expect this year.
  • Sunday Journal 7/4/10: Pilgrim Monument (Part 1)
    • The Pilgrim Monument in Provincetown is turning 100 this year. Monument executive director Jim Bakker and Provincetown Museum Historian Laurel Guadazno will give us an overview of the monument’s history.
      This is the first of a four-part series that ran throughout the month of July in anticipation of the celebration taking place in Provincetown on August 5.
  • Sunday Journal 7/4/10: Former US Sen Paul Kirk
    • Former US Senator Paul G. Kirk Jr. (D-MA) talks about his stint in the Senate as the interim replacement for the late Senator Edward Kennedy.
  • Sunday Journal 7/4/10: NOAH shelter
    • Rick Presbrey, CEO, and Ed Mangano, board member, of the Housing Assistance Corporation discuss the NOAH shelter in light of recent controversy surrounding the overnight shelter for homeless people in Hyannis.
  • Sunday Journal 6/27/10: Cape and Islands Wind Information Network
    • The Cape and Islands Wind Information Network (CIWIN) is a new service to educate and inform Cape Codders about wind energy. Board president Liz Argo and board member Mary Jane Curran talk about the initiative.
  • Sunday Journal 6/27/10: Coach Jack Riley
    • Jack Riley is the coach of the 1960 US Olympic hockey team and a former hockey coach at West Point. He’s also a Cape Codder, and shares with us some stories from his career.
  • Sunday Journal 6/27/10: Grecian Festival
    • The St. George Greek Orthodox Church Greek Festival is coming up July 16 – 18, 2010. Festival co-chairman Pat Trempalas talks about the festivals sights, sounds, and food.
  • Sunday Journal 6/20/10: Certified Nurse Assistant program
    • Dave Augustinho, executive director of the Cape and Islands Workforce Investment Board discusses a new Certified Nurse’s Assistant program that helps folks interested in a career in healthcare get their foot in the door.
  • Sunday Journal 6/20/10: March for Babies
    • Dick Sullivan and Diane Pratt of the Southeastern Massachusetts division of the March of Dimes preview the March for Babies taking place on Sunday June 27 at the Cape Cod Canal.
  • Sunday Journal 6/20/10: Barbara Gleason
    • Barbara Gleason, a teacher at Barnstable High School, talks about her self-published ‘My Hometown” children’s book series.
  • Sunday Journal 6/20/10: Cape Cod Center for Women
    • Mary Starr and Gregg Parkinson of the Cape Cod Center for Women share the work that they do and preview the upcoming fourth annual Cape Cod Center for Women Golf Tournament.
  • Sunday Journal 6/13/10: Christopher Hyland Art Collection
    • Art collector Christopher Hyland and Liz Hunter, executive director of the Cape Cod Museum of Art discuss Hyland’s collection of photographs, currently on display at the CCMOA.
  • Sunday Journal 6/13/10: Best Night of the Year
    • Richard Brothers, president of the Cape and Islands United Way and Rick Angelini, event chair, preview the upcoming 12th annual Best Night of the Year, to be held June 27 at Willowbend Country Club.
  • Sunday Journal 6/13/10: Falmouth Arts Alive Festival
    • Roger Day, of Falmouth Arts, gives us the details on the Falmouth Arts Alive Festival, happening in Falmouth from June 18-20.
  • Sunday Journal 6/6/10: Cape Cod Baseball League
    • Judy Walden Scarafile, John Garner and Jim Higgins of the Cape Cod Baseball League provide a preview of the upcoming summer season.
  • Sunday Journal 6/6/10: Cross country ride for the homeless
    • Cape Cod Academy teacher Larry Brown and homeless advocate Tom Naples talk about a solo motorcycle trip across a mountain range in the West to raise money for the Cape Cod Council of Churches’ homeless outreach programs.
  • Sunday Journal 6/6/10: Non-profit Toolbox
    • Janel Kesten, Reiko Beach and Tom Beach of the Non-profit Toolbox tell us what their organization does to help the Cape’s non profits.
  • Sunday Journal 5/30/10: The Running Waves
    • Tim Murphy and Seton Murphy, brothers and authors, discuss their new book “The Running Waves”, a based-on-truth fictional novel set on Cape Cod in the summer of 1994.
  • Sunday Journal 5/30/10: Veterans Services
    • Edward Merrigan, the Town of Barnstable’s newly appointed Director of Veterans Services talks about the services provided and discusses the needs of veterans here on Cape Cod.
  • Sunday Journal 5/30/10: Summer Tourism
    • Wendy Northcross, CEO of the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce shares her predictions for the upcoming summer tourist season on Cape Cod.
  • Sunday Journal 5/23/10: Portuguese Festival
    • Don Murphy and Liliana DeSouza, organizers of the Provincetown Portuguese festival, fill us in on the tradition and history of the event and what we can expect on June 24th.
  • Sunday Journal 5/23/10: Hass Family Medicine
    • Dr. Joel Hass recently opened up a brand new family practice in Hyannis. Dr. Hass along with his nurse practitioners talk about the new practice and what sets them apart from the rest.
  • Sunday Journal 5/23/10: Artist Shanties
    • Melissa Hersh of the Town of Barnstable talks about the Artist Shanties and the fun lineup of musicians that will perform at Aselton Park at Hyannis Harbor this summer.
  • Sunday Journal 5/16/10: All Decked Out
    • Claire Goyer of the Duffy Health Center, Kyle Hinkle of the Homeless Prevention Council, and Ed Maas of the Orleans Inn talk about the May 30th All Decked Out fundraiser.
  • Sunday Journal 5/16/10: Team Winprov
    • Dennis-Yarmouth High School’s “Winprov” Destination Imagination team members talk about their experiences in the program and their efforts to raise money to attend the finals in Tennessee.
  • Sunday Journal 5/16/10: Arts and Alzheimers
    • Suzanne Faith and Molly Purdue of Alzheimer’s Services of Cape Cod and the Islands talk about Arts and Alzheimers, a new program designed to help Cape Codders suffering from the disease.
  • Sunday Journal 5/9/10: Helping in Haiti
    • Nora Kenneway of Marstons Mills recently got back from a mission helping in Haiti, she tells us of ongoing efforts to help out following January’s devastating earthquake.
  • Sunday Journal 5/9/10: WHOI
    • Dave Gallo, director of special projects at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution talks about underwater exploration, technology, and WHOI’s role in searching for the missing Air France Flight 477.
  • Sunday Journal 5/9/10: Figawi
    • Figawi Charity Ball committee members talk about the history of the Figawi Race and the upcoming 24th annual gala event scheduled for Saturday, May 22.
  • Sunday Journal 5/2/10: Cape Wind Conversation
    • US Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar announced federal approval of Cape Wind at the State House in Boston on Wednesday, April 28, 2010. Listen to the Cape community’s reaction.
  • Sunday Journal 5/2/10: Cape Wind Project
    • Mark Rodgers, Communications Director for Cape Wind and Barbara Hill of Clean Power Now discuss the Cape Wind project, its goals and the challenges that lie ahead.
  • Sunday Journal 5/2/10: Alliance to Protect Nantucket Sound
    • Audra Parker, head of the Alliance to Protect Nantucket Sound, the lead opposing organization to Cape Wind, talks about their next steps.
  • Sunday Journal 4/25/10: Cape Cod Modern House Trust
    • Peter McMahon of the Cape Cod Modern House Trust discusses efforts to renovate a group of 1960s-era modern homes nestled into the dunes of the Cape Cod National Seashore.
  • Sunday Journal 4/25/10: Barnstable Big Fix
    • Rick Presbrey, Housing Assistance Corp, and Alison L’Hereux, Americorps Cape Cod member, talk about Barnstable Big Fix, an initiative to help those in need with repairs around the house.
  • Sunday Journal 4/25/10: Why Weight Cape Cod
    • Ladies from Why Weight Cape Cod talk about their lifestyle-change approach to weight loss and a challenge they’re issuing to Cape Cod residents and businesses.
  • Sunday Journal 4/18/10: Mwalim
    • Musician, teacher, writer and Mashpee Wampanoag, Mwalim discusses his one-man-show, ‘A Party At The Crossroads’ and his varied musical influences.
  • Sunday Journal 4/18/10: Commission on the Status of Women
    • The Cape and Islands Commission on the Status of Women discuss the biggest issues facing women on Cape Cod and what they hope to do to help.
  • Sunday Journal 4/18/10: A.S. Films International
    • Local filmmakers Dan Boylan and Guy Taylor talk about their Cape-based film production company, the short films they’ve made and their plans to shoot a feature film on Cape Cod.
  • Sunday Journal 4/11/10: Unite4Excellence
    • Executive Directors Jerry Karter of the Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra and Kevin Howard of Cape Cod Conservatory talk about their effort to merge the two organizations.
  • Sunday Journal 4/11/10: Children’s Cove
    • Stacy Gallagher, Executive Director of Children’s Cove and Ben Caswell of Wendell Marketing discuss the importance of protecting children against sexual abuse and the awareness campaign.
  • Sunday Journal 4/11/10: Barnstable Municipal Airport
    • Barnstable Municipal Airport Manager Bud Breault outlines a long-in-the-works terminal expansion project that’s set to get underway this July.
  • Sunday Journal 4/4/10: Cape Cod National Seashore
    • Karst Hoogeboom, Chief of Facilities & Maintenance for Cape Cod National Seashore, gives an update on storm damage repairs to the Seashore.
  • Sunday Journal 4/4/10: BHS Art Exhibit
    • Art students from Barnstable High School discuss their upcoming Senior show at the Guyer Barn in Hyannis.
  • Sunday Journal 4/4/10: Kathy Kleekamp
    • Kathy Kleekamp, a scientist-turned-artist, talks about the links between biology and art.
  • Sunday Journal 3/28/10: Heritage Museums and Gardens
    • Retiring Heritage Museums and Gardens Executive Director Dr. Scott Swank talks about his work with the Museum and their exciting upcoming summer season.
  • Sunday Journal 3/28/10: Duffy Health Center
    • The Duffy Health Center’s Claire Goyer talks about her work with the center ahead of her retirement.
  • Sunday Journal 3/28/10: Pilot House
    • Betsy Fontes of Pilot House discusses the work they do to help the local homeless population.
  • Sunday Journal 3/21/10: IFAW Dolphin Rescue
    • Katie Moore of the International Fund for Animal Welfare shares her story as part of the team that worked to rescue a group of stranded dolphins in Wellfleet last week.
  • Sunday Journal 3/21/10: Creative Collaborative Conference
    • Maggie Van Scyver, President of the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod, joins us to discuss the exciting event Creative Collaborative Conference, coming up this Thursday, March 25th.
  • Sunday Journal 3/21/10: Hit and Run History
    • Local film makers, Andy Buckley and Matt Griffin, talk about the 2nd installment of their Columbia Expedition documentary, Hit and Run History, and the upcoming showings of the segment.
  • Sunday Journal 3/14/10: Great White Sharks
    • Cape-based shark expert Dr. Greg Skomal talks about what he’s learned about great white sharks that were tagged off the coast of Chatham last September.
  • Sunday Journal 3/14/10: Cape Cod Songwriters
    • Dan Helman, local musician and creator of the Cape Cod Songwriters contest talks about the competition details and how you can make your song heard.
  • Sunday Journal 3/14/10: Great Chef’s Gala
    • Dick Sullivan and Diane Pratt of the March of Dimes, whose mission is to give all babies a healthy start in life, talk about the upcoming Great Chef’s benefit dinner on March 27th in Chatham.
  • Sunday Journal 3/7/10: OpenCape Moving Forward
    • Dan Gallagher, president of the OpenCape Corporation, talks about the broadband project moving forward now that it’s received a 32 million dollar federal stimulus grant.
  • Sunday Journal 3/7/10: Herbicides on Cape
    • Environmentalists discuss their plans to create a Cape-wide ban of herbicide spraying in light of Nstar’s plan to use chemicals to control overgrowth along the power line right-of-way.
  • Sunday Journal 3/7/10: Breast Cancer and the Environment
    • Scientists from the Silent Spring Institute examining the link between contaminants in the Cape’s groundwater and breast cancer discuss new developments in their study.
  • Sunday Journal 2/28/10: Children Youth & Families Summit
    • The folks behind the 7th annual Barnstable County Children Youth and Families Summit talk about the daylong event coming up on March 12th.
  • Sunday Journal 2/28/10: Home with a Heart
    • Local homeless advocates Rick Presbrey and Bob Murray talk about their effort to raise local funds for the Home with a Heart campaign to make up for state budget cuts.
  • Sunday Journal 2/28/10: St. Patrick’s Day Parade
    • Organizers of the 5th annual Cape Cod St. Patrick’s Day Parade discuss the Heroes and Heroines of Ireland theme and what folks can expect on March 6th.
  • Sunday Journal 2/21/10: Cape Cod K9 Relief Fund
    • Joe Ambrosini of the Cape Cod Police K9 Relief Fund discusses his efforts to help retired police dogs and his hope to help on a national level.
  • Sunday Journal 2/21/10: Gosnold Intervention
    • Organizers of a forum on intervention sponsored by the Gosnold Treatment Center of Falmouth discuss the importance of family members helping stop addiction.
  • Sunday Journal 2/21/10: Manor House Autism Forum
    • Ladies from the Manor House School in Dennis, a private school for autistic children, discuss an upcoming forum meant to inform parents about the importance of quality education for autistic children.
  • Sunday Journal 2/14/10: Geek Girl Boot Camp
    • Geek Girls Leslie Fishlock, Paula Hersey, and June Bertucci tell us why technology is so important and highlight the upcoming Geek Girl Boot Camp “un-conference” scheduled for March 6th in Hyannis. Register online at http://www.geekgirlcamp.com
  • Sunday Journal 2/14/10: Copenhagen Climate Summit
    • Scientists from the Woods Hole Research Center talk about their trip to the global climate summit in Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Sunday Journal 2/14/10: Zion Union Heritage Museum
    • Harold Tobey and John Reed highlight The Zion Union Heritage Museum’s slavery exhibit going on during the month of February for Black History Month.
  • Sunday Journal 2/7/10: Human Condition Report
    • Elizabeth Albert and Warren Smith of the Barnstable County Department of Human Services discuss the newly released Human Condition Report for Cape Cod.
  • Sunday Journal 2/7/10: Richard Dreyfuss
    • Academy Award winning actor Richard Dreyfuss talks about his role in a Cape-based movie directed by Cape Codder Dan Adams and about his efforts to bring civics education to schools.
  • Sunday Journal 2/7/10: Shelter from the Storm
    • Cape Cod Academy students and their teacher, Larry Brown, talk about the student-organized Shelter from the Storm concert that will raise money to help homeless veterans on Cape Cod.
  • Sunday Journal 1/24/10: Tax Aide
    • Bob Bownes, a volunteer with Tax Aide, informs us about changes to the 2009 tax returns and a free tax preparation service available to Cape Codders.
  • Sunday Journal 1/24/10: First Things First Exhibit
    • Maggie VanSkyver of the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod talks about “First Things First”, an exhibition of local artists going on now at the Cotuit Center for the Arts.
  • Sunday Journal 1/24/10: 6th Annual College Goal Sunday
    • Michael Gross of Cape Cod Community College talks about the 6th Annual College Goal Sunday, an important financial aid seminar held at the College on January 31, 2010.
  • Sunday Journal 1/24/10: 211 Information Service
    • Richard Brothers, Cape and Islands United Way, and Kathleen Seymour, AmeriCorps VISTA, talk about plans to expand the 2-1-1 information service here on Cape Cod.
  • Sunday Journal 1/24/10: Peace Quilts
    • Jeanne Staples, founder and director of the Vineyard-based organization Peace Quilts for Haiti talks about her group’s efforts to help earthquake survivors.
  • Sunday Journal 1/24/10: Guiding Good Choices
    • Angela Modgano and Joanne Sykes talk about Guiding Good Choices, a new parenting program in Falmouth.
  • Sunday Journal 1/17/10: Cape Cod Water project
    • Maggie Geist, head of the Association to Preserve Cape Cod, discusses the Cape Cod Water Resources Restoration Project that recently received a large 30 million dollar federal grant.
  • Sunday Journal 1/17/10: March of Dimes
    • Dick Sullivan, president emeritus of the local March of Dimes and MoD division director Diane Pratt discuss the March of Dimes 40th Annual Telerama set for January 24, 2010.
  • Sunday Journal 1/17/10: AmeriCorps Cape Cod
    • Americorps Cape Cod program specialist Becca Wilson and member Chris Valis talk about the Martin Luther King Jr Day of Service taking place on Monday, January 18, 2010.
  • Sunday Journal 1/10/10: Open Cape
    • Dan Gallagher of the Open Cape initiative talks about the plan to increase broadband communications on Cape Cod.
  • Sunday Journal 1/10/10: Cape Care Coalition
    • Folks from the Cape Care Coalition discuss their efforts to create a single-payer health care option for Cape Codders.
  • Sunday Journal 1/10/10: Relay For Life
    • Representatives from the American Cancer Society of Cape Cod fill us in on their upcoming kick-off to this summer’s planned Relay for Life.
  • Sunday Journal 1/3/10: Deep Blue Discoveries
    • Jeff Croll, marine educator and President of Deep Blue Discoveries, talks about his fun and educational film about Cape Cod’s Pleasant Bay.
  • Sunday Journal 1/3/10: Antarctica
    • Chris Neil, a scientist with the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, is currently in Antarctica studying climate change.
  • Sunday Journal 1/3/10: US Census
    • We hear from local folks organizing the US Census count about the importance of filling out the census and their need for temporary workers.