I was reading The New York Times on the bus from the Palmer avenue lot to Woods Hole to take the ferry to the Vineyard when the woman...
The King and Us From Gazette editions of June, 1985: The Queen Elizabeth 2, one of the largest cruise ships in the world, dropped...
COMPLETE SURPRISE Editors, Vineyard Gazette: Words cannot express the emotional feeling that I felt, when my name was read by the...
golf
The other day while mowing the lawn I stopped to wipe the sweat from my forehead and assess my progress. I am forever tinkering with my technique;...
Make Way for Plovers The recovery of the piping plovers is a good news story in what feels at times like a growing sea of environmental...
Summer Outlook The Vineyard confidence index is measured in many ways. A quirky economist could devise a matrix involving the number of...
Food Pantry The next Serving Hands food distribution will be on Wednesday, June 23, from 1:30 to 3 p.m. at the First Baptist Church...
Gosselin — Keegan Meghan Gosselin of Vineyard Haven and Brian Keegan of Plymouth announce their engagement. Meghan is the daughter of...
painting
In a first for her gallery, Louisa Gould this week opens a European show, European Subjects Painted by Island Artists. The public opening...
Some 20 people gathered last Sunday evening at the Capawock Theatre in Vineyard Haven to watch a free showing of the movie Tea Party: The...
Juneteenth is the celebration of African American freedom and achievement and the oldest known celebration commemorating the ending of...
scallops
Eating a cheap meal out on the Vineyard can be a challenge, but with the second annual restaurant week scheduled to start on Saturday,...

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