12.01.04

One September morn, a mail-order barometer from Abercrombie & Fitch arrived at the home of a man in Westhampton Beach, Long Island.

By Shelley Christiansen

12.01.04

You ask what we do here in the off-
season. Well, if somebody crosses us, it’s always a good time to get revenge.

By Tom Dunlop

12.01.04

Minding her own business: A Hair Affair.

By Glenny Bartram

12.01.04

They are the only mistakes I’m glad I made in journalism. Because of them I met the daughter of a whaling master, which, to me, is as remarkable in the latter half of 2004 as meeting the daughter of a Civil War veteran.

By Tom Dunlop

12.01.04

In 1822 Fresnel invented the most important breakthrough in lighthouse lights in two thousand years.

By Geoff Currier

12.01.04

Waterfowling on the Vineyard.

By Nelson Bryant

12.01.04

I told anyone who would listen how much i hated everything. . . .going away was not the solution. I always had to come back to the empty streets, unlit houses, and closed stores.

By Sally Bennett

12.01.04

Island coffee klatches on and off the beaten path.

By Laura D. Roosevelt

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