Author: Taryn McBryde

Craft Beer | Nantucket, MA
Nantucket Entertaining, Nantucket Style

Craft Beer Craze

by Advanced Sommelier Jenny Benzie Now is a great time to be an adventurous beer drinker in the United States. While Americans are drinking less beer than even a few years ago, we are drinking better products that quench our thirst in more ways than one. A craft (or micro) […]

Women and Wellness | Nantucket, MA
Island Science, Nantucket Events

Health, Wellness, and Women

by Suzanne Daub In 2017 a trio of dynamic women on Nantucket—Meryl Bralower, Melanie Sablehaus, and Jeanine Borthwick—engaged with Nantucket Cottage Hospital to spearhead an effort to empower women on the island, visitors and residents, to take charge of their healthcare. “Did you know that 80% of all healthcare decisions […]

Dance Festival | Nantucket, MA
Nantucket Events

Dance Festival Showcases Classic & Contemporary

For five days starting Tuesday, July 24, the Nantucket Atheneum Dance Festival again brings internationally known talent to our island for lectures, films, performances, classes, and community events. The festival culminates in two extraordinary performances at 6 pm on Friday, July 27 and Saturday, July 28, in the Nantucket High […]

Nantucket Comedy Festival | Nantucket, MA
Nantucket Events

A Laugh a Minute

Get ready for some midsummer yuks because it’s time for the Nantucket Comedy Festival. The Dreamland will play host to this festival’s 11th annual shenanigans. “We have such a wealth of comedy talent joining us for the Festival,” says Kevin Flynn, Executive Director of the Nantucket Comedy Festival and Stand […]

Brant Point Grill at The White Elephant | Nantucket, MA
Featured Restaurants

Get to the Point

by Carl Oscar Olson There are lots of top quality places to stay on Nantucket and there are just as many fine dining establishments, but there are few that wrap both in as perfect a package as Brant Point Grill at The White Elephant.The menu is full of fresh, locally […]

Lines | Nantucket, MA
Nantucket Essays

The Lines of July

by Robert P. Barsanti Lily Pulitzer came in the front door, skipped ahead of both the order and the pick up line, and demanded her sandwiches. She explained. “I have an Uber.” “And she knows how to use it.” A plumber explained. There was laughter (for most) and confusion (for […]