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Fall 2021

The Birth of Island Traffic

Fall 2021

By the time Henry Ford rolled his first Model T off the assembly line, in Detroit, Mich., in 1908, Nantucket was already trying to stay auto-free. There was a fear that the automobile would be dangerous on...

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12 Months of August?

Fall 2021

Select Board member Matt Fee worries that Nantucket is growing too fast. Planning Commission chairman Nat Lowell believes the issue isn’t that the island is growing too fast, but that it isn’t embracing...

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A Man, His Dog, and the Open Road

Fall 2021

For five weeks last winter, Mark Ranney ditched the comfort of life at home for a decked-out former Wee Whalers mini-bus he had spent the pandemic converting into a cross-country, pirate-ship-themed...

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Island Food, Island Culture

Fall 2021

The scent memory hit M.J. Mojer out of the blue one afternoon, like one of those fading snapshots taken decades ago that you might find in a drawer.

It was a simmering pot of jag, the iconic Portuguese...

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A Big Fish and a Sharp Knife: The Journey of Edmar Piano

Fall 2021

“I was in high school. I was still going fishing but at the same time I was gang-banging. And I got caught up,” he said. “As soon as I got out of juvenile hall, they stuck me in that program and I was...

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The Best of Nantucket 2021

Fall 2021

Every year readers of The Inquirer and Mirror vote on who is the best in multiple categories. Read on to see who this year’s winners are!

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Fast Fish

Fall 2021

Often it is a triangle but if you sit and watch the fish, it becomes predictable. As a result, when you see a small pod of fish pop onto the surface, you can start to predict where they are going next.

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Looking Ahead: Lessons from the 2021 Growing Season

Fall 2021

Gardens are a place of refuge. For many of us, they provide an escape from hectic schedules and the hustle and

bustle of summer life on a crowded island. It’s perfectly natural to enjoy your walledoff...

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The Gray Heron: A World-Class Find

Fall 2021

It was an early Saturday morning, September 5, of last year, when Skyler Kardell saw a bird that was the very definition of rare. Kardell, then 18 years old, and the Tuckernuck Land Trust’s coastal...

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