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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Home is Where the Health Is

Cape Cod Healthcare: from dire beginnings to an essential present. On October 2nd, 1920, Cape Cod Hospital first opened its…

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It’s Hip to be Square

Huey Lewis was a kind of working class rock singer who played with a variety of musicians in the San…

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From Ranch to Cape, Dallas to Dockside

This ain’t the first rodeo for “The Young House” in Mattapoisett. Here on the shore of Buzzards Bay, near Ned’s…

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Collecting the Cape

“When you’re going to renovate a house, always hire an architect you’ve known for 50 years,” say the owners of…

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The Eye of the Universe

Imagine a world in which the wealth of the richest towns and cities revolves around the pursuit and hunting of…

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Changing Yellow Blue

A Hyannis Port landmark takes on a fresh future. In Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s classic short story, “The Yellow Wallpaper,” the…

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“We First Flew in Dreams”

Each fall, a trip to the Atlantic coastline in Wellfleet and Truro might just include a sighting of Flying Goblins. On…

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Cape Cod Kitty Hawk

Before people began to take flying machines—and even space bound shuttles and rockets—for granted, the innovations in flight fascinated much…

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The Surprenant System

At the center of the Cape Cod dining universe, one man does things a bit differently. People often describe Cape…

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