May Days Perhaps encouraged by the drenching rains this month, Vineyard woods and meadows are blanketed with wildflowers of every...

Our Changing Island

Anchors Aw eigh From Art Railton’s Just a Thought, May 20, 1994:

Alexandra

READING MY FATHER : A Memoir. By Alexandra Styron. Scribner, New York, N.Y. April 2011. 285 pages, photographs. $25 hardcover. Could...

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Climate change is complicated; sea level rise is not. We live on an Island — a glorified sandbar — and the sea is closing in on us. It is...

Beyond War Editors, Vineyard Gazette: A question was recently sent to the Martha’s Vineyard Peace Council: “Are there going to be...

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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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