I turned 21 in 1968, the first year I had the chance to vote. With an anti-Roosevelt Republican father and a liberal leaning Democratic...
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Forty years ago my father, Island artist Stan Murphy, was commissioned to paint a portrait of our country’s first black cabinet member, Dr....
In what has become a fiercely contested primary battle, Vineyarders rushed to register last week in time to vote in the Massachusetts...
Neighborhood Convention The February meeting of Neighborhood Convention will be held at the Assembly of God, 1048 State Road in Vineyard...
Dean’s List Jennifer Ross Reekie, daughter of Chele and Alan Reekie of West Tisbury, has been named to the dean’s list at Bentley College...
Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School next week will participate in the largest teach-in in history — Focus The Nation, an unprecedented...
“Book clubs are frustrating affairs,” says Philip Weinstein, a professor of English at Swarthmore College who will be running one of these...
Surfcasters Groups Meets For Awards, New Officers The Martha’s Vineyard Surfcasters Association will hold its annual banquet and awards...
blackjack
The Safe Haven Project got four aces last Saturday night in Oak Bluffs when more than a hundred friends and supporters showed up for a couple...

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