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August 2019

Whose beach is it anyway?

August 2019

Surfing at Cisco, fishing off the beach at Eel Point, taking the family to 40th Pole. Nantucketers have always seen the beaches as part of their birthright.

But the fact is that just nine miles of...

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Bargains galore at the Thrift Shop

August 2019

Shelves stocked with old books. Linen sheets. Glassware enough to stock a restaurant. A single plastic mannequin. Countless miniature bells. A pair of nearly-new Jimmy Choo shoes, priced at only $30,...

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A Focus on the Future

August 2019

On an island that boasts a major commitment to fundraising and philanthropy, the Nantucket Golf Club Foundation sets the gold standard. In its 17 years of existence, the foundation has raised more than $26...

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Softbol Dominicano

August 2019

Robinson Vasquez straps on a black catcher’s mask and chest protector, picks up his catcher’s mitt and makes his way behind home plate. He is thinking about more than the 60-mph softball about to come at...

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Magic in Madaket

August 2019

In 1969 Dan and Connie Driscoll came to the island to visit her brother and his young family who had rented a house in town. Like many visitors, they fell in love with the island immediately.

“We loved...

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One Tough Bird: World Traveler, Super-Athlete, Survivor

August 2019

It’s August on Nantucket, and as the tide falls, the emerging flats are filled with shorebirds of every type, both large and small. But even among other long-distance migrants one stands out: the Whimbrel....read more

Native American: the Squash

August 2019

Nantucket has its own variety of winter squash, which came to this island along the intersecting currents of history. The word squash is derived from the Narragansett Native American word askutasquash.

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Ship Ahoy: Teddy Nixon and the Art of Shipboard Drinking

August 2019

Sailors have been drinking at sea since boats could float. The British served their sailors a dram of rum, the Dutch Navy provided gin, and the French, to no one’s surprise, served their sailors wine. If...

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Gaslight Reborn

August 2019

Callie Kever and Caleb Cressman sat behind the bar, turning their heads to the newly-completed stage behind them, and the restaurant tables to their right, imagining how the night would play out and making...

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