Who doesn’t love a poet? Chaucer for his keen observations. Frost for his spare elegance. T.S. Eliot for his dark insight. Billy Collins for...

From Gazette editions of January 1987: The Wintertide Coffeehouse reopens for its 1987 season on Saturday in a new location: the Manter Memorial...

Cribbing a famous line from an infamous late U.S. president, it is public enemy number one in Southeastern Massachusetts, although this time the...

New Year’s Greetings from the Past. From the Gazette of Jan. 1, 1847: “A Happy New Year.” These words fall like music upon the ear, and send...

What follows are some cuttings from Gazette nature editorials in the year 2011: January: We know where we live this winter for sure: This...

From Dorothy Cottle Poole’s Christmas at Sea: In 1831, the Nile out of New Bedford, Capt. James Townsend, was in the South Atlantic off Patagonia...

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Letters to the Editor

The following letter was sent to NStar, the state Department of Agriculture, the Martha’s Vineyard Commission and Tisbury town boards:

Democracy doesn’t work without competitive elections in which different points of view can be heard.

On Saturday evening, the Minnesinger parent group hosted its first annual mid-winter ball and gala at the Harbor View Hotel. The Martha’s Vineyard...

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