From the Vineyard Gazette editions of September 1983: Of all our inheritances from the late Adam, the pleasantest must be the obligation...
After Labor Day September begins. It is still summer by the calendar and certainly by the weather — warm late summer days perfect for...
Even though the heavens opened up and poured soaking rain, complete with thunder and lightning, hospice angels were plentiful on a recent...
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It’s inevitably hot and hectic, dusty and bit tersweet — these four days of waning summer on the Vineyard during the agricultural fair held in...
Buried Treasure From the Vineyard Gazette editions of August, 1983: West Tisbury salvager and treasure hunter Barry Clifford says he’s...
Too Quiet Downtown Walking down Main street Vineyard Haven, you can still smell the smoke. It’s in a single spot directly in front of the...
Riding on Empty Somewhere between the stable dirt and the saddle, girls who love horses find the women they will become. Up there, it’s not...
LYME SCIENCE Editors, Vineyard Gazette: Despite what your story (Uneasiness Over Lyme Disease Spreads, August 15) suggests, the science...
The trowel bent in my hand; I was afraid it might. There was one last year that did the same thing. Thinking it a piece of junk, I pitched it...

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