Ralph Graves

THE LIFE I LED: The Editor of America’s Most Beloved Magazine Tells His Inside, Intimate Story. By Ralph Graves. Tiasquam Press, New York...

From Gazette editions of March, 1960: Elsewhere appears the advertisement of the Mittark real estate agency of Gay Head, of which...

End to a Distinguished Public Career It is fashionable these days to criticize the United States Congress and all those elected to...

The eye of the beholder, that’s where they say the beauty lies. Maybe this is why the conundrum of wind energy being wrangled within our...

From Gazette editions of March, 1935: While telephone wires were busy with inquiries as to whether all or only part of Edgartown was...

It’s funny the memories we keep. There are the expected ones: a first kiss, college graduation, family holiday celebrations. And the not...

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Letters to the Editor

Every four years Americans get a chance to choose who will control their government for the next four. Individuals join or form interest groups,...

Just to clarify Hancock Beach’s history, it was named to honor Priscilla Hancock, chocolatier, who owned the land from the gate to the shore. There...

I find the barrier beach legislation a craven waste of time that hijacks the legislation process for the interests of the one per cent against the...

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