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“Dear friends, people of peace. We gather to remember the horror of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the horror of war and violence, and to...
The plan to build a roundabout at the intersection of Barnes and Edgartown-Vineyard Haven Roads will now be reviewed by the Martha’s...
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W e keep reading. When the writing is bad, it’s a fleeting disappointment but when it’s good, there’s nothing better. When it’s good, it matters...
Three men were rescued from the water south of the Vineyard Saturday after their 20-foot pleasure craft began taking on water and sank,...
In the early 1970s, when the tide of summer residents would go out in September, there were always young people who didn’t want to leave...
“I really did spend my entire childhood watching television,” says Alexandra Styron, a claim that stands in stark contrast to her...
Edward Dillon doesn’t exist. Longtime readers of the Vineyard Gazette may recall reading about Mr. Dillon’s antics in the West Chop column...
We often want to know more about our favorite authors. After investing hundreds of pages of time in their created worlds, we feel entitled...

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