A local mother and daughter explore five hidden areas around Chatham dressed in classic and colorful clothes from Sara Campbell, Chatham Clothing Bar, Lily Pulitzer, The Trading Company and If the Shoe Fits
Three iconic Chatham businesses have passed the torch to a younger generation who vow to carry traditions forward.
As summer fades away, the bright hues of fall fill the town of Chatham and nature shares its varied autumnal palette. Butternut-colored leaves, gleaming gourds and the scarlet berries of the bittersweet plant join vibrant man-made beauties, such as the crimson lighthouse at Monomoy Island and deep blue skiffs moored in Mill Pond.
The founders of Chatham Kelp are at the forefront of a new industry. Three years ago, if you had told the three founders of Chatham Kelp—all of whom are longtime shellfishermen—they’d one day operate the largest kelp-focused farm in Massachusetts, they might not have believed you.
Ring in the New Year with friends, fun and fondue! It’s easy to gather everything you need for a unique and festive affair—right here in Chatham
Blacksmith Richard “Rusty” Griffin shares his passion of creating Damascus steel-patterned blades and beautiful sculptural work in forged steel, bronze and copper.
Gustare Oils & Vinegars, celebrating its 10th year, presents healthy and creative recipes for the perfect dinner party.
Bob Zaremba and Danielle Jeanloz’s love of antiques, maps and travel inspired them to open Maps of Antiquity in Chatham nearly 15 years ago.