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A Warrior Who Worked for Children
Charmed by her warmth and her genial presence, one might forget that she is a warrior, commissioned with the simple and clear logic of her principles...
5:40 pm, January 29, 2015
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No Travel Needed to Keep on the Sunny Side
If it were left up to me, I wouldn’t go away in winter. Truth be told, I probably wouldn’t travel anywhere at any time.
5:35 pm, January 29, 2015
Look What Blew In
William A. Caldwell
For the loneliness and unfocused anxiety, the smug indifference to the environment, the dreary boredom of life in the technological society, the...
3:27 pm, January 26, 2015
Connecting the Dots for the Future
Well, the first two weeks of 2015 have already brought a jarring handful of ominous tidings for our near future here.
5:03 pm, January 22, 2015
Who will be next in line to lead the Vineyard public schools and the Martha’s Vineyard Commission?
4:58 pm, January 15, 2015
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You Are Getting Sleepy, Sweet Twizzler
Nancy Slonim Aronie
Folks from all over the world came to see Yefim Shubentsov to end their addictions, so four years ago I made my appointment.
3:38 pm, January 15, 2015
Stepping Up and Sticking Out, Gladly
In 1965 I had lived for 21 years in Crestwood, N.Y., and 18 years on Martha’s Vineyard. I knew very little about the rest of the world.
3:19 pm, January 15, 2015
When Hungry for Creativity, Change Fulfills
Nicholas Freeling was born in London in 1927, known mostly for his series of crime novels that began after three weeks spent in a Dutch prison.
3:11 pm, January 15, 2015
Lucy Vincent: Late Winter
Our landmarks gone. Rough violent winter gouged the golden sandhills collapsed the grassy lookouts from the top, the wooden benches
3:03 pm, January 15, 2015
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