America’s Puppet Master, Tony Sarg owned a home on Nantucket from 1920 until his death in 1942. It was during that time that he designed and built the first helium filled balloons for Macy’s Department [...] Read More
The Privateer Lynx will be on island this weekend to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Nantucket between the American Privateer Price de Neufchatel and HMS Endymion. The public can take advantage of [...] Read More
According to Chinese myth, a month that contains 5 Fridays, 5 Saturdays and 5 Sundays occurs only once in a lifetime and so it is a time to be grateful and appreciate the abundance you have while sharing with others. [...] Read More
It seems that, according to a survey done by CheapHotels.org, Nantucket has the dubious distinction of being the most expensive tourist destination in North America in regards to lodging costs. The survey investigated [...] Read More
Residents and visitors to Nantucket are in for a treat this summer. Tom Never’s Field will be the venue for a two-day outdoor concert featuring the likes of Edwarde Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Crash, Bruce [...] Read More
Phase 2 of the Hawthorn House backyard makeover has begun. We’re so excited to see the progress. We’re going to have our own little oasis in the middle of town. Big thanks to Dylan at Nantucket Native.
Tonight (weather permitting) folks on the Cape and Islands should have the best view in New England of the “blood moon” lunar eclipse–something that hasn’t happened since 2011. It will be taking [...] Read More
Filming begins this week on Nantucket of director Jay Craven’s feature film Peter and John–a collaboration between 20 professionals and 30 students. Many Nantucket locals will be working both in front of [...] Read More