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By ERIC WILLIAMS | Cape Cod Times
The business of pleasure has turned painful for an estranged Outer Cape couple who are battling over control of two Commercial Street sex toy shops.
Maxine Kroll and Devioune Mayim-Daviau, former lovers who lived together in North Truro until earlier this year, are enmeshed in a bruising civil lawsuit regarding the future of Toys of Eros and Wild Hearts, according to court documents filed in Barnstable Superior Court.
The stores, located within several blocks of each other along Commercial Street, sell a variety of provocative clothing, adult toys…
Sure, this question seems to have an obvious answer but I wonder if anyone can provide numbers about the revenue split between gay travelers and straight travelers.
I am posing this question because of all the anti-straight Provincetown news articles floating around.
There are more gay owned homes and businesses in Provincetown than those owned by straights (thought I doubt there was ever a questionnaire about anyone’s sexual preferences and ownership) so I am not asking about tax revenue.
What would Provincetown be like without straight travelers?
Customers pole-dancing for discounts at a Provincetown salon have been stripped of their summer fun.
Owner Dougie Freeman installed a stripper pole at West End Salon & Spa on Sunday for “Dancing for Discounts,” a summer promotion offering appealing prices for customers who dance at the pole.
The salon was offering a $1 discount for every minute a customer shook and shimmied at the pole, for up to five minutes.
“This is actually a wholesome activity,” Freeman says. “There’s no nudity involved.”
Unfortunately, he failed to get an entertainment…
By Robert Campbell | Boston Globe
In the case of the new Provincetown Art Museum, which opened on Commercial Street in May, the problem was how to put a big thing in a small place.
How, in the pleasantly tiny streets of this much-loved town, do you shoehorn in a 20,000-square-foot building without letting it dominate?
Twenty thousand square feet is more than a third the area of a football field. Provincetown, by contrast, is something of a toy town. Its streets and buildings are not only small, they feel unplanned. Provincetown looks random and…
Cape Cod Voice | By Seth Rolbein
Provincetown’s Commercial Street enters the 2006 season with more uncertainty than usual. For those who see the street not so much as an outrageous outpost but more as an economic vanguard, a harbinger of where the broader Cape economy is headed, that’s cause for general concern.
Long-time observers of Commercial Street in Provincetown are nearly unanimous:
There are more For Rent signs on retail storefronts, closer to the start of the season, than anyone has seen in decades.
“No question,” says Candace Collins Boden, executive…
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