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Spring 2020

Folk Art From the Whalers

Spring 2020

The gallery tells two stories: the gruesome, bloody one about hunting and dismembering sperm whales in the South Pacific for oil, and the less-dramatic one of sailors’ boredom on the three-year voyages...

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Craftmasters

Spring 2020

It’s not the first place you’d expect to find a busy woodworking shop, this quiet dirt road a few hundred yards from the water in Shimmo.

But tucked back amid the scrub brush is a two-story building...

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Dreamweavers

Spring 2020

Laura Gallagher Byrne knows that not all of the 30 children on stage at the Dreamland are there because they want to be professional actors. For some, the stage is a place to be with friends after school,...

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Changing Spring Skies

Spring 2020

Spring, the ancient philosophers tell us, is neither one thing nor the other, but contains elements of both winter and summer. Nowhere is this more evident than in our island birdlife.

Birds that have...

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Finding joy in discovering new seed varieties

Spring 2020

Few things can fuel a gardener’s excitement like a seed catalog in the early spring. The glossy pages filled with pictures of perfect produce can induce a type of hypnosis. Speaking from personal...

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Diet for a Small Planet

Spring 2020

When it comes to dinner, we eat differently from how our parents and grandparents saw the evening meal. For them, dinner wasn’t really dinner unless there was meat, a starch and a vegetable, all distinctly...

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Mezcal

Spring 2020

What is mezcal? No, not mesclun, that’s a salad. And not mescaline, that’s a different thing all together. Mezcal won’t leave you stumbling through the desert in a hallucinogenic stupor.

Mezcal is an...

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The Skipper Restaurant

Spring 2020

“I remember the huge winch that was at the bow, and the graceful curve of her deck and bulwarks. Even at a young age I could appreciate the magnifi- cent view across the Easy Street Basin, and of course no...

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