Once upon a time, ever so long ago, there were machines called typewriters. In my Minnesota high school there was a room where many...

My spirit was bent over double in the spring of 2004 when I walked into Edgartown Books on Main street, which last week announced it is...

Ponce de Leon had it wrong. The fountain of youth was never bubbling away in some mangrove swamp in Florida. Rather, it rests on a hillside in...

Next Chapter In the 1990 sci-fi movie Total Recall, Arnold Schwarzenegger and other residents of a futuristic Earth take their...

A January Miscellaney from earlier Gazette editions: January is the perfect month to pull old books from shelves too high to reach at other...

Jeri Dantzig Mimi Davisson

On Jan. 15 more than 90 people gathered at the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center for an afternoon of videos, music and discussions about the...

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Letters to the Editor

As co-facilitators of the Memory Support Group, we are grateful to our group members and their families who graciously agreed to share their stories...

In the early 1990s The Vineyard was its own destination, not a presidential vacation spot or a real estate speculation. There were only three things...

When people ask me what makes Martha’s Vineyard so special, I only have three words, “zoning, zoning and zoning.”

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