As far as the rest of the world is concerned, I live in a town with two names. That is, the town has two names, not me. Don’t you think...

From the edition of May 15, 1987: On Martha’s Vineyard we turn to a time in the 1840s, a little over a half century after the signing of the...

There comes a time when you cannot be silent anymore and this is it. Like many people on the Island, I would like to live in a place with...

There has been much in the news recently about James Cagney. Like so many children of the fifties and sixties, I grew up closely acquainted...

From the edition of May 22, 1987: There’s a new and seasonal sort of traffic on the Beach Road in Vineyard Haven these days, as the sailboats...

Last week’s Gazette editorial eloquently recognizing the one-sided results of the ballot questions on the roundabout was a welcome coda to...

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Letters to the Editor

As I wrap up my year as the alternative education science teacher at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School, I polled my students and did my own...

Reading the Gazette is usually a fun, relaxing and informative experience for me. But today we find a letter from Nick van Nes who suggests that the...

Now that Bad Martha’s Brewery has opened on-Island, how long will it be before we see other iterations and takeoffs of Mad Martha’s? I predict that...

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