The Menemsha of today presents a curious contrast with the Menemsha that Ralph B. Potter of Cranston, R. I., knew sixty summers ago.
The butterfly bush in bright orange fullness, the fresh scent of sweet pepperbush, and an outward bound human tide.
What is described as a gigantic sea lizard, estimated to be sixty feet in length, was seen on Devil’s Bridge ledge last Thursday afternoon.
“The Bethel” is what the village calls it, and the bethel it is, although something much more than that as well.
It’s time to go to the beach again, and the experience will be more pleasant if everyone plays by the same rules.
Martha’s Vineyard turned out en masse to celebrate the Fourth and seemed to remain constantly on the move from the evening of the third, when...
Summer has arrived, the crowd of summer visitors and vacationists in each Island town increases daily.
The sky was clear, and the waxing moon was in competition with the stars of the sky, the stars of the screen, and the stars of the Island, and into...
The glimpses that are available today of areas over which the walker of years ago used to travel with freedom and ease of movement.