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August 2013

Life in the Key of Bang

August 2013

Listen to “Mississippi Queen.”

Dig out your old records or find it on the vast digital record collection out there on the Web. TURN IT UP LOUD. Do it now. This magazine story will be here when you get...

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Keeping Community Sailing Shipshape

August 2013

During Nantucket Race Week, when hundreds of sailboats of every size, shape and level of construction are on the water, PASCAL ANTONIETTI is almost always on call. Nantucket Community Sailing is the lead...

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Surfin’ Ack

August 2013

Standing in the parking lot that overlooks the island’s popular Nobadeer Beach, planes fly above a cluster of SURFBOARDS that line the sand, waiting to be used.

A group of guys in wetsuits stand nearby,...

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Fish Stix

August 2013

In the early 1960s, Bill Fisher opened a tackle shop on New Lane. He began building rods, most being made with an 11-foot, four-inch, honeyIcolored Lamiglass blank. An occasional 13-foot rod was produced....

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Serene Splendor

August 2013

Head out to the northeast end of the island, to the little village of Wauwinet, and, even at the height of summer, you will find yourself in an oasis of calm.

Once a fishing village with access to the...

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The Shifting Sands of Home

August 2013

Life on the ocean is a swiftlychanging business, as sailors and sea captains can tell you. Waves advance only to recede, boats lift and drop with the tide, and even its boundaries are ephemeral: A plain of...

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How Does My Garden Grow

August 2013

It’s a struggle to get people to garden, and I ought to know, for I’ve been trying to do so for nearly 50 years.

In 1975 we started to broadcast “The Victory Garden” on PBS. It was based on the simple...

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The Taste of Summer

August 2013

FOOD PREPARED AND STYLED BY DIANE BASTARACHE

This time last year we were knee deep in Russ Morash’s impeccably-maintained garden in Shawkemo, admiring not only the wide array of vegetables he was growing...

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Preserving your Harvest

August 2013

The basic animal need to prepare for winter sets in and can only be satisfied by getting herbs dried or frozen, vegetables in the freezer, pickles brined, and fall fruits boiled and jellied. Bags of frozen...

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