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Fall for Color

Fall 2017

Toward the end of August, flower gardens often begin to look a little fatigued. Annuals have been blooming their heads off, summer perennials are starting to fade, windstorms may have broken some stems,...

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The Questions: Barbara Elder

Fall 2017

Barbara Elder has spent the last 36 years in the musical arts on Nantucket, teaching, performing and mentoring students of all ages. Now she is the new president of the Nantucket Arts Council. We caught up...

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ONE MOMENT in Island Theater - FOUR DECADES of Creative Ripples

Fall 2017

Slowly, the island slipped out of view. Tears rolled down his face as he stood on the deck of the steamboat. He had no idea what was next.

“I find that moment traumatic still,” said John Wulp, now 89...

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TNP: Incubating Ideas

Fall 2017

Craig Arnold was just four years out of Nantucket High School when he attended the second Nantucket Project in 2012 on an Inquirer and Mirror fellowship.

The budding entrepreneur, who had spent time in...

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In a Pickle

Fall 2017

When I called Marine Home Center looking for citric acid the other day, the voice on the other end of the line was kind, but firm.

“We do carry it,” she said, but added with emphasis, “but we stock it...

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A Life on the Water

Fall 2017

After 44 years in the charter-fishing business, Captain Tom Mleczko officially passed the torch to his son Jason this summer. But that doesn’t mean he has retired.

Tom is something of a local living...

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Growing Farmers

Fall 2017

John Kuszpa squats down and picks up some perennial onion bulbs. They are small and clustered, the very definition of what it means for a plant to go to seed. He explains that he leaves some onions...

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A Home for All Seasons

Fall 2017

When Nancy Cooke and Richard Schafer built their home on Nantucket in 1997 they designed it to perfectly suit their lifestyle.

“We found a piece of property that spoke to us. We loved the serenity and...

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Tree Swallows

Fall 2017

One of the amazing spectacles of fall on Nantucket is the annual “swallow tornado” as migrating Tree Swallows mass in the air and pour down into their temporary roost for the night. We start to see them...

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