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July 2021

History Insider

July 2021

Most Tuesday mornings, just before dawn breaks and when the birds start singing, I sit down with my laptop and begin to write “Here and There,” a weekly column that has been in The Inquirer and Mirror...

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The Queen of Beach Reads

July 2021

She has three more novels to write, she says, and a half-dozen film and television projects which may or may not bring the stories from the pages of
her books to the screen. She says 2024 sounds about...

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Island Boatbuilders

July 2021

To a casual observer, the hull of the old scallop boat looks like its best days were at least a decade ago. To Mike Allen it looks like a small piece of island history, of his own personal history, that is...

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Another Chapter in the Battle of the Bluff

July 2021

What started as a question of how to protect the houses on Baxter Road from toppling over the eroding 80-foot bluff has become a no-holds-barred match playing out in Conservation Commission meetings and...

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The Man at the Center of the COVID Storm

July 2021

To celebrate the pandemic drawing to an end, health director Roberto Santamaria bought tickets to see a band called Rammstein at Gillette Stadium in September. Rammstein is a German heavy-metal band, known...

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Bistro at Home

July 2021

Sometimes, unintended consequences can be a good thing.

When Ruth and Tim Pitts closed Cen- tre Street Bistro in October 2019, they had no idea what the future held. The 22-seat restaurant they had...

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The Bloody Mary

July 2021

A Bloody Mary is one of those drinks that everyone has their own take on. Some recipes are straight-forward, while others lean toward the extreme. Let me start by saying that the only garnish you should...

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Bottom’s Up

July 2021

When most people think about fishing on Nantucket, their minds immediately think of striped bass or bluefish. Striped bass offer the opportunity of catching a trophy-sized fish and have historically had a...

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Keeping Spring’s Promise from Fading

July 2021

The dog days of summer: The weather is humid, downtown is gridlocked and the lettuce and radishes you planted in June have long since been eaten or gone to flower. Your tomato plants are going strong, with...

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The Ups and Downs of Nantucket’s Ospreys

July 2021

Ospreys have a way of getting people’s attention. They are large, charismatic raptors with a wingspan a bit over five feet. As fish-hunters they make a big splash: literally. When the...

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