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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Coming Home To Bass River

The team at George Davis, Inc. transforms a dark, cramped house into a vibrant home for a storybook ending.

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The Heights of Family 

A collaboration between architect and builder Polhemus Savery DaSilva and interior designer Lisa Hilderbrand results in a family home for generations to come.

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Creating Camelot

JFK’s legacy and how it has shaped our understanding of an era 60 years after his assassination.

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Good Reads in LIFE: Rising From the Bunker

Local author Matt Fitzpatrick returns with a Chatham-based thriller.

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Hidden Treasure

Polhemus Savery DaSilva explores unexpected acreage to create a private enclave on Nantucket. 

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Artist Profile: Phyllis Dobbyn Adams 

If Alice of Wonderland fame were to rent a cabin on the Outer Cape, she’d feel most at home in…

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Artist Profile: Karri Allrich 

A woman stands, back turned on the beach, her right hand at her brow, elbow crooked just above the ocean’s…

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Artist Profile: Erna Partoll

“It’s hard to leave Provincetown,” says painter Erna Partoll. “Every season is beautiful, even the winters.” In her 53rd year…

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Where the Bracing Atlantic Bites Back

Sharks deserve equal parts respect and fear as they circle back around the Cape this summer.

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Summertime, But the Livin’ Wasn’t Always Easy

How Nantucket became a cosmopolitan tourist destination is explored in the Nantucket Whaling Museum’s new exhibit.

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Leave the Light On: Heroic Women Who Lit the Coastal Lighthouses 

Throughout history there have been women who have kept the lights burning strong in our coastal lighthouses.

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Where None May Land

Nomans Land, south of Martha’s Vineyard, may not be suitable for humans today, but that was not the case in the past.

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Back to the Future

An iconic home in Truro, built and designed in the 1980s by Charlie Zehnder, finds a new path in the 21st century with the help of architect Carmi Bee and Truro’s Augustus Construction.

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The Hero With 1,000 Colors

Painter Ed Chesnovitch vividly captures Scorton Creek.

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Isaac Snow: Revolutionary Pirate & Incorrigible Prisoner

Taking a step back into the Cape’s Revolutionary past reveals the story of Isaac Snow.

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Walking Home

Traversing in Thoreau’s Cape Cod footsteps, Ben Shattuck takes readers with him through one of life’s most important journeys; that of self-discovery.

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Artist Profile: Milisa Valliere

Artist Milisa Valliere is a painter whose gifts and experience are cosmically aligned with the legendary psychedelic band, The Grateful…

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In the Brine-Spiked Air

Artist residencies across the region provide a place of learning & an opportunity for doing, against inspirational backdrops.

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