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Fall 2020

Kathryn Cramer Brownell

Fall 2020

There was a time before the 24-hour news beast had yet to be born. The news of the day was found in a handful of major daily newspapers, or on one of three network channels broadcasting the nightly news....

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Political classics to consider during this election season

Fall 2020

“The Making of the President 1960” by Theodore White

Campaign strategists had been around since well before the presidential race between John F. Kennedy and Richard M. Nixon. But journalist Theodore...

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Q&A with Gabi Burnham

Fall 2020

Former Inquirer and Mirror staff writer and newly-minted author Gabriella Burnham has just released her first novel, “It Is Wood, It Is Stone” with One World, an imprint of Penguin/Random House.

A...

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The Last Country Doctor

Fall 2020

Eccentric? Sure. He once took payment for a hernia operation in a batch of oatmeal cookies. He has been paid in lobsters. He once showed up at my barn on short notice to stitch up a horse named Dr. Who,...

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What’s All The Buzz About?

Fall 2020

Anton Ragozin pulls on a pair of coveralls, gloves and a protective mesh veil as he walks along a trail to the apiary he set up with eight beehives behind a friend’s house in Madaket.

They’re some of the...

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The Best of Nantucket 2020

Fall 2020

Every year readers of The Inquirer and Mirror vote on who is the best in multiple categories. Read on to see who this year’s winners are!

Dining & Entertainment


Asian Restaurant
The Nautilus
Runner...

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The Quest for Rare Birds

Fall 2020

What makes them rare, why are they here, and how do we find them?

Birders are always on the lookout for rare birds. Some want to increase their life lists. Some are just in search of novelty. And then...

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Drink: Kerry O’Brien

Fall 2020

When I sat down with Kerry O’Brien, she had on a t-shirt that read, “Cold beer, Colder Women,” a credo that would probably please her mentor, Boston restaurateur Barbara Lynch. O’Brien grew up helping out...

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Baking from the Heart

Fall 2020

Half of the joy of baking comes from mastering a new technique and creating something worthy of a pastry case. The other half comes from sharing these proud creations with friends, family and community...

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The Questions: Chris Iller

Fall 2020

Chris Iller’s office is the vast expanse of moors, heathlands, sandplain grasslands, marshes, woods and swamps that make up the Nantucket Conservation Foundation’s 9,000 acres of protected open space.

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