I would rather be talking about frogs, but sadly this summer frogs have not come under my purview.

Sometime by the early 1900s, Islanders learned that they could rent the most primitive of dwellings to city folk for summer vacations.

From the Sept. 6, 1957 edition of the Gazette by Joseph Chase Allen:

As Hurricane Dorian churned up the Eastern Seaboard this week after pounding the northern Bahamas with category five conditions and leaving...

Purple Power is Donald Herman’s account of 28 years coaching football at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School.

End of summer by the calendar is one thing, and the palpable end-of-summer feeling that Labor Day inevitably brings is another thing.


Letters to the Editor

I have been a plumbing inspector on the Island for many years.

I want to thank Beth Kramer and the West Tisbury Free Public Library for having the courage to host Alan Dershowitz last week.

We participated in the protest at the West Tisbury Library for Alan Dershowitz’s book talk.