Mo Rocca and ‘CBS Sunday Morning’ Visit Provincetown: VIDEO


CBS Sunday Morning aired a segment over the weekend on Provincetown and its long history as an artist hotspot, a gay destination, and a natural wonder.

Mo Rocca paid a visit to the “eccentric’s sanctuary” at the end of Cape Cod and made the rounds to its iconic outdoor settings and spoke to a few locals, including Rob Costa of Art’s Dune Tours (above) and the Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Michael Cunningham about why the place is so special.

Worth a watch for anyone who loves Ptown and those who have never been.




  1. Dirk says

    Spent two weeks there (including Bear Week) a couple of years ago and had the BEST time and met some lovely guys I’m still in touch with. I can’t wait to go back again soon, sad I can’t make it this summer!

  2. Nathan says

    If you know anything about Northern NE, you’d know that Mainers really can’t stand Mass-Holes. This deeply engrained hatred has kept me off of the cape for about 17 years or so. I mean why would I deal with the bridge and all those Mass drivers when I can head to Maine for some real solitude and an incredibly rugged and inspiring coast line? Summer on the Islands of Casco bay is all lined up & I wont have to hear crappy RnB the entire time. AH, can’t wait. Look to each his/her own, but this get ghettoization in this era just seems odd to me.

  3. Kevin says

    Years ago, when I had a summer share in Ptown, some friends and I met Mo Rocca at the Crown and Anchor pool one afternoon. He was traveling alone, so we ended up hanging out with him that afternoon, and the next day at the beach as well.

    Mo couldn’t have been a nicer, sweeter guy, with zero ego. We didn’t mention that we knew he was a “tv personality.” And tellingly, neither did he.

    His charming report on Ptown brought back some fond memories of Ptown, and Mo.

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