Christmas Stroll is an island tradition now in its 40th year. Here's a video of last year's Stroll, by island photographer and videographer Dan Driscoll.
What's the real meaning of Memorial Day? You'd be surprised how many people don't know, or care. But those of us at 97.7, WACK/fm, along with Holidays for Heroes and others, are raising awareness to BRING BACK MEMORIAL DAY to Nantucket!
Frozen Steps Beach captured on February 15th, 2016.
Scott Capizzo captures the mood of neighbors listening to DJ Mackinnon's latest plans for Surfside Commons. It's not favorable.
Dan Drake interviews Georgia Raysman, publisher of NantucketChronicle.com. Learn more about the why and how of this locally-oriented website!
The Egan Maritime Institute has sponsored the American privateer ship The Lynx to visit Nantucket and provide unique educational experiences for Nantucketers of all ages, especially high schoolers. Here's a brief clip of a Lynx educator talking about the battle fought by the Lynx and British naval vessels off Nantucket.
Scott Capizzo captures the Nantucket school music program in the words of the kids themselves.
James Grieder shows the process of starting up the Nantucket Historical Association's Old Mill on Nantucket.
Taken with a DJI Phantom3 Pro
A trailer showcasing my Nantucket based novel, Distress Signal, a haunted tale of seagoing adventure and romance on Nantucket.
Greg Hinson and his son James have created and edited this video capturing the extraordinary beauty of the island of Nantucket.
The 2015 Annual Town Meeting will include Article 12, dealing with funding for the proposed new additions to our public school campus. Here's what's planned, and why it matters so much.
Video by Ocean Kane of snowboarding on Nobadeer Beach. What a winter, but he's made the best of it.
Lorna Dollery takes a look at this year's County Fair experience: kids, goats, sand, music, parents....fun!
Three years ago three friends, Steve Sheppard, Bob Day and Mike Galvin, came together on their Friday nights off and founded the band named "The Shepcats." They play folk music and original songs on Straight Wharf and Children's Beach every summer. The band's listeners vary from two-year-old children to seniors, who like to come together with their families and enjoy the music in two of Nantucket's favorite outside venues.
Take a look at great surfing last week on Nantucket's south shore.