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July 2008

Best of Nantucket

July 2008

The readers of The Inquirer and Mirror have spoken in the 2008 Readers' Choice awards for Best of Nantucket in 95 categories. Rating the best beaches, the best dining by category, best shopping and more,...

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A Rose by any other name

July 2008

It never fails. Every time I press a fragrant rose to my nose and take a deep breath, my grandfather’s image is conjured up. Tall and tan, with sparse, snowy hair, he is walking with me through his...

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Beach Picnics

July 2008

Deborah Moxham and Carla Finn became friends the way many women do: they met while watching their young children in an extracurricular activity. For them it was swimming lessons at Children’s Beach. While...

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Portrait of an Artist: Joanna Kane

July 2008

Joanna Kane has Manhattan on her mind. Her mood is expansive and restless, a radical shift for an artist who has zealously embraced the quiet and calm of Nantucket for the last quarter century.

“I...

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Jewels of Summer

July 2008

The best time of the year, in terms of butterfly diversity, with the greatest number of species, is upon us. July arrives and with it comes a complete and remarkable transformation in butterfly activity....

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Bye-Bye Gas Guzzlers; Hello Green Cars

July 2008

If you’re out to save the planet or money at the gas pump, or just tired of circling the Old Historic District in the summer looking for a parking space, it may be time to investigate hybrid technology or...

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Richard Verney

July 2008

If you’ve ever walked the moors on an August morning just as the light haze begins to burn off, you can relate to Richard Verney, president of the Nantucket Conservation Foundation, when he says how...

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SPLASH: Boatbuilding on Nantucket

July 2008

The immutable link between the ocean and those who sail upon it has been contemplated and written about for longer than most history can recall. Mankind’s medium for connecting with the earth’s vast seas...

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