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July 2020

Inside the Collection

July 2020

When you walk through the Nantucket Whaling Museum past stoic portraits of whaling captains, harpoons, the skeleton of the sperm whale that hangs above Gosnell Hall, up the steps across from the clock’s...

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Sharks: Our Other Visitors

July 2020

Last August, Doug Lindley had just taken off from Nantucket Memorial Airport on his way to New Bedford to get some engine work done on his plane when he spotted a pair of white sharks off Cisco Beach. He...

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Heidi Weddendorf: Creating jewelry inspired by nature

July 2020

Heidi Weddendorf came to Nantucket in the summer of 1988 to escape the heat of South Carolina and manage the Erica Wilson boutique on Main Street. She had no intention of staying once autumn rolled around....read more

Dancers on the Marshes

July 2020

Snowy Egrets. Delicate, small white herons, they appear and disappear in our salt marshes.

What could speak more eloquently of summer’s arrival?

Sometimes, just a head pokes up in the grasses....

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Beating the Heat

July 2020

Summer is here and the garden is in full swing. Tall tomato plants are loaded with fruit soon to ripen, cucumbers are weighing down their vines and your neighbors have probably learned to avoid you if they...

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Gin Cocktails

July 2020

Winston Churchill said this about the classic summertime cocktail: “The gin and tonic has saved more Englishmen’s lives, and minds, than all the doctors in the Empire.”

Before he became, well, Winston...

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All Olive Oils are not Created Equal

July 2020

Salad-making has long been my fondest culinary passion. Back in the 1980s when I was running my Que Sera Sarah specialty-food shop on the island, I’d go through at least a gallon of olive oil per day...

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Salad Days

July 2020

There is an almost stunning difference between a salad you might make with off-season lettuce and tomatoes from someplace far away, and one made from local lettuces, radishes, spring onions and hothouse...

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Take Me Out to the Ball Game

July 2020

The game was introduced in the 1840s and 1850s, those years before the Civil War. But the seeds of baseball were planted during that war, blossoming when soldiers on both sides returned to their small...

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The Questions: Sam Slosek

July 2020

The 23 acres of farmland off Polpis Road have been in Sam Slosek’s family since 1954, when his grandfather, Stan Slosek, bought the property and started a dairy operation called Moors End farm. By the time...

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