From an “Interesting Vineyarders” column: Capt. Edward A. Perry of Oak Bluffs, a descendant of Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry, is one of the...

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The Vineyard is too beautiful for its own good, at least when it comes to climate change. It’s hard to look past the shimmering goldenrod...

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Edgartown Like each sea captain’s home must be surrounded by the white picket fence of a whale’s jaw full of teeth over which...

Roundabout Rethink Editors, Vineyard Gazette: The roundabout application for the blinker intersection in Oak Bluffs is not the first...

Public Art for Public Education In her classic essay, Street Haunting, Virginia Woolf searches the streets of London for the perfect...

The Commission’s Second Chance Public opinion is humming again over the roundabout following the surprise announcement last week by...

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Letters to the Editor

I enjoyed Skip Finley’s Nov. 1 column that gave your readers insight into one of the Island’s true characters. I met Wayne in 1974 when I washed...

It is my personal belief that there isn’t a resident or visitor to the Vineyard who arrives via the SSA to Vineyard Haven who lauds the view that...

Your Nov. 8 article about Benjamin Hall Sr. and the future of the Capawock Theatre (the Vineyard’s oldest movie theatre) is a sad commentary on a...

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