The MBL Associates and the Falmouth Public Library present “Science Before Supper,” a series of talks by MBL scientists designed to whet the public’s appetite for all things science. The free talks are designed especially for non-scientists. Light refreshments will be served. February 19 Interrogating a Microbial Planet Mitch Sogin, Senior Scientist, MBL’s Bay […]
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Rosanna Warren is the Hanna Holborn Gray Distinguished Service Professor in the Committee on Social Thought at the University of Chicago. Warren’s book of criticism, Fables of the Self: Studies in Lyric Poetry, came out in 2008. Her most recent books of poems are Departure (2003) and Ghost in a Red Hat (2011). She is […]
The MBL Associates and the Falmouth Public Library present “Science Before Supper,” a series of talks by MBL scientists designed to whet the public’s appetite for all things science. The free talks are designed especially for non-scientists. Light refreshments will be served. January 8 Exploding Volcanoes and Microbial Life in the Deep Sea Julie […]
MBL Falmouth Forum Lecture Series – Rebel Souls: Walt Whitman and America’s First Bohemians Justin Martin, biographer of Genius of Place: the Life of Frederick Law Olmsted Lillie Auditorium, 7:30 PM Lectures are free and open to the public. An optional buffet dinner precedes each lecture at 6:00 pm at the MBL’s Swope Center. Tickets […]
Woods Hole has the most distinctive Fourth of July parade in America. Organized by the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL), this gathering of young scientists celebrating our nations birth is filled with costumes, dancers, and balloons. Representing things like cell reproduction, neurobiology, marine resources and much more, student laugh and dance their way down a […]
A guest post by blogger Megan Jensen Since coming to Woods Hole, I’ve been surprised again and again at how busy this small town can be. You really never know what opportunities might turn up each week. Last night I was lucky enough to attend a ceremony held by the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary […]
What does “vintage” mean to you? And how do you renovate an old building without losing it’s soul? The devil is in the details. My goal in this renovation of the Woods Hole Inn is to dance on the fine line of “new-ish” — by which I mean modern, comfortable, functioning — without losing the […]
The sky was glowering when I biked out of Woods Hole on the Shining Sea bike path yesterday, with a blustery wind blowing from the southeast which is where the summer storms blow in from. The breeze was warm enough, it was cool and pleasant, a perfect day to explore. The bike path, which is […]
Everything is genuinely wicked fresh and prepared daily by a chef who knows the water. Raised by a commercial fishing family, Stephanie Mikolazyk from Rhode Island can attest to the positive influence that Quicks is having on the community.
So, I guess I am not the only one who thinks the academic buildings of Woods Hole make the whole place feel a little like Cambridge on Cape Cod. And frankly, since I often refer to Cambridge as “utopia,” when you mix utopia with great beaches and the positive ions of the ocean air, I […]
It’s hot on Fourth of July, but the iced tea and lobster tacos make it better.
WOODS HOLE – by Patricia Borns for the BOSTON GLOBE To understand this village in Falmouth, you have to think beyond the parking lots overflowing with ferry passengers bound for Martha’s Vineyard. Park at the Falmouth Mall, hop the WHOOSH trolley, and you can spend a day on beaches laced with salt ponds and pink […]