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Cold Toes, Hot Birds: The Joys of Winter Birding

Winter 2021

Call birders intrepid or just foolhardy, when we are out in the cold, raw wind, shivering behind our telescopes. Call the weather we love invigorating, or even character-building. But the bird picture as...

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Microgreens: A Tray of Summer in the Depth of Winter

Winter 2021

Winter can be a time of despair for gardeners. To the uninitiated, it is hard to describe how a gardener feels perusing the produce aisles of Stop & Shop in the winter months. California-farmed greens are...

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East Meets West

Winter 2021

Noemi Capizzo doesn’t think making dumplings is an overly-complicated process. As we sat in her commercial kitchen and talked, she effortlessly folded them one by one until she had a sheet-pan full.

It’s...

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Philanthropy on Nantucket

Winter 2021

There are dozens of nonprofit and charity organizations on Nantucket dedicated to doing good work, from fostering art and culture to protecting soul-soothing open space. They enrich the lives of residents...

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Will town government be able to deal with the changes sea-level rise will bring?

Winter 2021

You do not have to look any further than Sconset to get an idea of the political battle that’s coming when the town tries to figure out how best to protect the island from rising seas.

Specifically, look...

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Cannabis Kitchen

Winter 2021

Anna Montgomery’s dinners are not your typical four-course private affairs. When Montgomery is cooking, you can expect everything from the cocktails to crab Rangoon to be infused with a healthy dose of CBD...

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The Collector

Winter 2021

It is a rather plain looking white vase. It would be hard to blame you, if you passed it by with only the slightest interest. When David Billings looks at the vase, it conjures stories of the Silk Road,...

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The Future is Electric

Winter 2021

It is a clear-skied Thursday afternoon in the Mission District of San Francisco. Ben Parker is sitting at a table in a Mexican restaurant called Chuy’s Fiestas talking about the path between finding an...

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The Short, Sweet Life of the Nantucket Railroad

Winter 2021

A large crowd had gathered at the foot of Main Street to see the locomotive, which had been christened Dionis. It was the Fourth of July 1881. The Dionis was decorated with flags. It was belching smoke and...

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