08.01.14

The Map Thief; You Are Not Special and Other Encouragements;

By Al Styron

08.01.14

The artist and musician Sally Taylor was traveling with her family and the voice in her head was getting clearer.

By Heidi Sistare

08.01.14

Alex Friedman was getting antsy. Tuna season had opened the day before and he hadn’t gone out because it looked like there would be foul weather offshore. But now, as we sat in Oak Bluffs harbor onboard his thirty-five-foot H&H Downcast F/V, Dazed & Confused, the VHF radio was blurting out conversations between captains and aerial fish spotters who had gone out and apparently they were getting some action.

By Geoff Currier

08.01.14

I knew it was only a matter of time before my mother sent her first text message.

By Julia Rappaport

08.01.14

It was all very genteel, downright “Corinthian” as sailors would say, referring to the British tradition of “gentlemen sailors” who race around buoys for the pure honor of being able to say they won.

By Sean McNeill

08.01.14

Ask almost anyone about their childhood days at summer camp and they will regale you with tales of adventure, summer friendships, and cheesy camp songs they love to this day. At Sengekontacket Pond in Edgartown it’s no different.

By Olivia Hull

08.01.14

So when you get the call, well, will you have the guts to go?

By Wes Craven

08.01.14

Irving Chapman, a founding member of the Egartown Reading Room, with hisdaughter Lucille “Tootie” Chapman at Edgartown Bathing Beach on Chappaquiddick.

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