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Yesterday, I posted a story I did for Nantucket Magazine in their winter 2011 issue on the growing gray seal

Let’s face it, life is expensive on Nantucket.  

Before I moved to Nantucket, I prided myself on chiefly shopping local.

Are Recent Nantucket July 4 Celebrations Too Much for the Island?

         How well will Nantucket weather another summer's invasion by online followers of What's Up Tucket,

Petticoat Row kicks off the 2012 summer season on Thursday evening as they host the very first event at the

It’s turning out to be another weather year similar to the one we had in 2009 when, tomato growers large

Let’s face it, life on the island is not always easy. But the remarkable thing about our gem of a

'Tis the season for gray seals and fishermen sharing the same space. Since the late 1980s, the population of gray

 

The Nantucket restaurant scene is certainly seeing a lot of changes this year, but what about the places of the

Nantucket beach path

  “For myself I am an optimist – it does not seem to be much use being anything else.”

 

 

What’s in your stack o’ books?  ID ours and win a ticket to Nantucket Book Festival’s (www.NantucketBookFestival.org/events)

And The Keys To Happiness

On a small town Saturday night this past winter, I found myself making pizzas with a six year old.  The

Please join us for an Open House at the Off Shore Animal Hosptial TODAY (June 10) from 2 - 5

Is There A Place For Toy Guns in Child's Play?

What’s that? my two year old asked, pointing to the rather mammoth water gun cradled in the rope climbing structure

Today I will be telling you about the Haul Over.  This amazing store has so much to offer.

The first items

Those of you who know me are probably aware that I have a ‘thing’ about Julia Child. It’s not an

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