Ep. 17 P-Town Soup, Part II: Angels of the Outer Cape

Episode 17 February 21, 2020 00:58:18
Ep. 17 P-Town Soup, Part II: Angels of the Outer Cape
Peace, Love & Soup
Ep. 17 P-Town Soup, Part II: Angels of the Outer Cape
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Brian Delaney Tavé Fascé Drake

Show Notes

Winter 2020 – This is the second episode in our P-Town Trilogy
In Part II, we’ll be shining a light on a few of Provincetown’s proud women proprietors and their benevolence towards the community,
We talk with:
Debbie Nadolney  the owner of AMP: Art Market Provincetown Gallery 
Frieda the manager at  Marine Specialties Store
Scarbie a tour de force Drag Queen with a heart of gold & nasty scar

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