What use is tradition if it cannot be passed on to younger generations? Since 2000, the FARM Institute in Katama has been teaching the rich Island...
Poets Donald Nitchie, Jill Jupen and Clark Myers lead the lineup at the next, and possibly last, Outerland live poetry event of the year....
Keny Lay with bicycle invention
Ken Lay believes that simple is best. The 20-year Edgartown resident holds 10 patents for inventions revolving around levers and fulcrums...
Woods Hole-New Bedford Service Resumes New England Fast Ferry service linking New Bedford and Woods Hole resumed yesterday after being...
A Weapon to Defend Island Waters The days slip by, one after another. First a hundred, then a thousand, then thousands more. The cesspool...
Disappearing Ancient Ways On Thursday night the Martha’s Vineyard Commission will hold a public hearing on a proposal to include five...
A DIFFERENT RESIDENT Editors, Vineyard Gazette: I would like it to be known that the “Susan Shea” mentioned in the article in the...
By Polly Woollcott Murphy. From the Vineyard Gazette editions of November 1976:
By BRAD WOODGER We’re all busy. More important, however, is that everybody else knows that we’re busy. Few street meetings or catch-up...

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