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June 2021

Artisans at work

June 2021

Between rows of wooden molds, hickory staves and carved ivory, at the back of Susan and Karl Ottison’s lightship-basket workshop, the traditional craft
of basket-making is alive and well. The word artisan...

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Sea Level Rising & The Fate of Coatue

June 2021

Hundreds of residential lots had just been cleared for sale as summer houses in Surfside, when a group of 20 New York developers looked across the harbor and saw another business opportunity.

It was the...

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Hidden Gem

June 2021

I have been getting takeout food from the Nantucket Trading Post since Thai food filled the menu. After that it was Brazilian, and now it is El Salvadoran. Every time I walk through the door it still looks...

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Neville Richen

June 2021

It was the late 1990s, when Richen was working at the Department of Public Works and helping to implement the town’s recycling program at the landfill. His boss had told him to rig up some plywood over the...

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the Nantucket Film Festival

June 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic took the heart out of much of American life, and the idea of going to the movies was on that list. Things were simply not the same.

“In many ways this dialogue started even before...

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5 Wines to drink this summer that aren’t Rosé

June 2021

Rosé and summertime go hand in hand, but so do greenheads in Madaket and traffic on Union Street. It is hard to escape and every year it seems to dominate the market. Cases of Whispering Angel and other...

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The Brants of Brant Point

June 2021

It is the front door to the island. Old-timers would sometimes say about somebody who had just moved to Nantucket, usually somebody who thought he had the answer to an island problem, “He only just came...

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Striped Bass

June 2021

I am on a north-shore beach. It is June and the sun is just beginning to set. I can see distinct swirls and movements in the water, as I look out in the dimming light. The ocean is gently lapping on my...

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Interplanting: Grow more with less space

June 2021

Novice gardeners often approach an empty garden much like an overzealous patron at an all-you-can-eat buffet. It is not enough to simply put seeds or plants in the
ground. To make the most of your garden,...

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