Held in mid-October since and attended by almost 2, women, it is the "longest running lesbian cultural event in the Northeast". October 7, Namespaces Article Talk. Infobase Publishing. After the Portland Gale severely damaged the town's fishing industry, members of the town's art community took over many of the abandoned buildings.
He moved to Danville, California in and lived there until Views Read Edit View history. The Cape Cod Bay shoreline extends from Race Point to the far west, to Wood End in the south, eastward to Long Pointwhich in turn points inward towards the town, and provides a natural barrier for Provincetown Harbor.
They struggle to maintain their hopes and aspirations, but ultimately slide into disillusionment and despair. The railroad was not the only late arrival to Provincetown.
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They lived in a home owned by her parents in Point Pleasant, New Jersey , after their marriage. In November, , the Provincetown Theater Company became the first theater company in New England to stage a live-action dramatic theatrical presentation of horror-fantasy author H. Based on Mr. As he was dying, he whispered his last words: "I knew it.
After suffering from multiple health problems including depression and alcoholism over many years, O'Neill ultimately faced a severe Parkinsons -like tremor in his hands which made it impossible for him to write during the last 10 years of his life; he had tried using dictation but found himself unable to compose in that way.