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Graphic Report: Flower Power to the Rescue
4:44 pm, May 22, 2014
Creating Peace, One Sip at a Time
The Humanity Initiative aims to end war by January 2020. It begins with something universal and easy: the ancient, relaxing tradition of coming...
4:35 pm, May 22, 2014
Snowdrops Are Nice, but Herring Are Heart of a Fisherman's Spring
Mark Alan Lovewell
The ocean may still be as blue as it was in January, but there is a new fragrance that goes with a warming ocean. Is it too soon to think of a...
4:23 pm, May 22, 2014
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It Takes Time to Become a Bag Lady
Before my first job out of college at 22, I carried a five-dollar bill and my license either in the back pocket of my well-worn jeans or tucked...
4:15 pm, May 15, 2014
Connecting Across Time and Hardship
Annie Elizabeth Adams
The author, a student at the public charter school, won top honors in a national program for her letter to Anne Frank and will be invited to a State...
3:38 pm, May 15, 2014
Essays Inspired by Island Moms
Who wins mother of the year? Island school children participated in an essay-writing contest that concluded on Mother’s Day weekend with an...
1:50 pm, May 15, 2014
A Vineyard Life Not Often Revealed
Kevin Parham’s new book, The Vineyard We Knew, certainly dispels the long-held stereotype that all of we African Americans who inhabit Martha’s...
1:41 pm, May 15, 2014
Squibby Is Many Things, But Not Public
In the Gazette issue of May 2, the editorial Lines in the Sand refers to the public beach at Squibnocket, and to public beachfront. The use of the...
12:51 pm, May 15, 2014
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Weighing Anchor, But Much More to the Story
There are many iconic skylines, but few as proud and cherished as the stabilizer arms that reach above the fish markets from Menemsha’s sister...
4:35 pm, May 8, 2014
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