I count myself as among the very fortunate to have been a close friend of Ward Just.

From the Jan. 16, 1970 edition of the Gazette:

Politicians of the Reagan era scuttled a time-honored tradition. They gutted the media doctrines of fairness, equal time and anti-monopoly practices.

Winter tiptoed in this year, like a teen who stayed out too late and was careful to not wake a sleeping household.

The Vineyard Transit Authority is to be applauded as it makes the transition to electric buses, backed by generous state grants and at no burden to...

From the Jan. 9, 1948 edition of the Gazette:

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Kudos to Lisa Gross for curating and to Pathways for hosting such a stirring festival dedicated to dance films this past weekend.

As we at Red Stocking are fond of saying, there are angels everywhere.

I always enjoy reading Liz Durkee’s articles on climate change and commend her tireless efforts to increase awareness of the dire threat it poses on...

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