Martha’s Vineyard is a great place to ride a bicycle. If it weren’t, I wouldn’t live here, and I suspect many other people who love the...

With the summer season un der way, it is again timely to remind people traveling around the Vineyard — visitors and Islanders, alike,...

Today is Philanthropy Day on Martha’s Vineyard. Proclaimed by Dukes County, it’s a day to honor everyone, seasonal and year-round, for the...

Eat fish, we are told, they’re good for the body and brain. Eat local fish to support the Island economy and limit the use of fossil fuels used to...

Soft Sell From Gazette editions of July, 1986: This week for the second time in less than a decade, Alley’s Store, a veteran West...

THE BEE BALM MURDERS: A Martha’s Vineyard Mystery. By Cynthia Riggs. Minotaur Books, 2011. 304 pages. $24.99 hardcover.

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Letters to the Editor

Thank you for the story headlined “They Came, They Saw, They Moved In; Exploring the Vineyard’s Counterculture Roots” by Ivy Ashe, in the August 2...

I think your readers will be interested in the following exchange I had with Thomas Bena, the director of the Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival,...

Over the past few weeks a handful of people have challenged my decision to screen the film Free Angela And All Political Prisoners. They are angered...

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