Author: Chris White

Chris White is a frequent writer for Cape Cod Life Publications and has written on topics ranging from the history of Smith’s Tavern on Wellfleet Island to the sinking of the SS Andrea Doria off Nantucket. Chris also teaches English at Tabor Academy in Marion.


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Trailblazers: Mountain biking on Cape Cod

More and more riders are embarking on the Cape’s impressive trails, with one local organization paving the way Shards of…

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Endless Summers

Surf’s up for the 44th year of the storied Cape Cod Oldtimers Longboard Classic In the waning hours of an…

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From Cats to Cruisers

The Crosby family’s legacy of boat building in Osterville Photography courtesy of the Osterville Historical Museum If the catboat were…

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Aery Abode

A remodeled nest of a home on Scorton Creek takes a cue from its serene setting Unlike many other migratory…

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From Nepal to Truro, with love

Couple puts down roots in farming community In Nepal, sweet potatoes can grow as large as a man’s thigh. Perhaps…

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Building Business: The Meeting House at Redbrook

Plimoth Plantation, the second permanent English settlement in America, was also an early example of an intentional, planned community, though…

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Savoring the seaside

An Osterville kitchen remodel of refined elegance Online only: See more photos of this kitchen In the culinary arts, the…

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The colorful history of Cape Cod postcards

New exhibit and book showcase 100 years of local postcards “Greetings from Cape Cod”—one vintage postcard reads—“a neck of land…

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Living at land’s end

Ralph Cataldo gets creative as he crafts an awe-inspiring home perched on Cuttyhunk Island Online only: See more photos of…

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