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Winter 2013

Chicks with Sticks

Winter 2013

Outside it’s dark, it’s cold, it’s late fall on Nantucket.

The island wakens to moderate weather and blue skies, but the day often ends with showers and a wind-chill factor in the 30s. By late afternoon...

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The Homestead: A Warm, Inviting Home and an Island Treasure

Winter 2013

Stroll down upper Main Street, past sea captains’ houses, the iconic Three Bricks, and the obelisk that is the Civil War monument and you come upon a white-painted Victorian house set back from the street....

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Live to the Truth: Cyrus ´┐╝Peirce

Winter 2013

The only public school on Nantucket named in honor of someone is the CYRUS PEIRCE SCHOOL. Most people mispronounce “Peirce,” which should be pronounced “purse,” and few know who he was or why a school is...

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Calling Sconset’s Bluff

Winter 2013

EROSION is nothing new on Nantucket. It’s been slowly eating away the shoreline since glaciers first formed the island more than 20,000 years ago.

The most damage occurs when strong waves coincide with...

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Plan(t) for Privacy

Winter 2013

PRIVACY is a commodity here on our wide-open island. FENCES, hedges and STONE WALLS demarcate BOUNDARIES, real and imagined. Unmowed road edges can grow into hedgerows while hundreds of man-hours are spent...

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Cold-Weather Comfort Food

Winter 2013

One of the most popular restaurants in Boston for everyday fare is Joanne Chang’s Flour Bakery and Café. Sited in four different geographical locations around the city – Washington Street in the South...

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