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Aquinnah: Local singer has first single

Cranberry Day was last Tuesday, and it looks like it was a good time. Although it was a “soggy” day, many people came to...

Aquinnah: Wampum jewelry and crafts

There was an interesting thread on the Facebook page, “Islanders Talk” over the weekend that I found helpful. It addressed non-Native people making jewelry...

Aquinnah: Safety in the woods

This is an information heavy column this week, sorry this is a less lighthearted chatter but hopefully that will return next week. Here is the...

Aquinnah: Kittens in need of home

The hurricanes hitting the East Coast this past month have brought some tremendous waves our way. Walking on Philbin the other day, I saw...

Aquinnah: Support for local nonprofits

As I write this, I have three boys doing Zoom school in my living room and on my deck, I am in a Zoom...

Aquinnah: Creative online connections

Happy first day of school, everyone (such as it is)! Usually this is a day when parents breathe a sigh of relief that their...

Aquinnah: New trails and beach access

The wind has shifted, and fall is in the air. Even though there have been some hot days, it seems like summer is on...

Aquinnah: Electric car charging ports

Happy September, everyone! Although what it is going to look like is anyone’s guess. Will more people stay on through what is traditionally Islanders’...

Aquinnah: Late-summer fruit picking

The peaches have been good this year, firm with just the right give, and filled with juice. They ripen well at home, and have...

Aquinnah: Arts and antiques online

Thank you, Mother Nature, for all the rain we got this weekend, we really needed it. Even in the driving rain, the surfers were...

Aquinnah: Mindful birding and breathing

I hope everyone is surviving August, and is getting some free time to go to the beach and enjoy the hot, sunshiny weather we’ve...

Aquinnah: Library continues speaker series

Massachusetts COVID-19 cases are on the rise again. This is mostly due to parties among young people (two of which happened on the Cape),...

Aquinnah: Pearls of summer

Happy August, everyone! That’s right, the month every Islander dreads begins on Saturday. This year has been so crazy that who knows what August...

Aquinnah: Outdoor market and dining

Rest in peace to John Lewis and the Rev. C.T. Vivian, who both fought tirelessly against racism and oppression in America for decades. They...

Aquinnah: Summer takeout options

We have been blessed with some glorious summer weather of late. While our gardens need rain, nearly every day has been a beach day...

Aquinnah: Mindfulness at the beach

The physically distant Fourth of July parade was a success. It began on Moshup Trail and wound its way through town. Tom Murphy, one...

Aquinnah: Community spirit

Come one, come all! This Saturday, the Aquinnah Fourth of July Parade will gather on Moshup Trail (at Old South Road) at 9:30 am....

Aquinnah: Cheer a parade of floats

The Fourth of July parade in Aquinnah will be happening this year, although it will look a little different from years past. The parade...

Aquinnah: Community options for summer

There will be a Juneteenth celebration at the Aquinnah Circle this Friday, June 19, from 7 pm to sunset. There will be speakers, music,...

Aquinnah: Plan ahead to enjoy beaches

Saskia and David Vanderhoop organized a vigil and protest in honor of George Floyd this past Friday at the Cliffs. I am sorry I...