The Beer and Wine Question Tisbury, also the port of Vineyard Haven, remains a town divided over whether to allow the sale of beer and...

shadow

Chappy Shadow Walk I took a stroll this morning, before the sun would shine, down Cape Pogue Ave to Chappy Road, and met a good...

Eric Marguerite

Editor’s Note: The following is an edited 1998 interview with Eric Cottle done by historian Linsey Lee; the complete interview appears in...

I often tease my students that in writing for an English class, the writer can use language playfully — metaphor to create nuance and...

From a 1967 Gazette column of reminiscences by Joseph Chase Allen: The anecdotes of the early 1900s would constitute a volume second...

Lighthouse

“There is a Light to Starboard, Sir, right off our lee bow!”, A Medley of Lighthouse Sketches, by Tom Hale, 2010, Tisbury Printer, 60-...

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Letters to the Editor

I have lived on Martha’s Vineyard for 20 years and could not be more proud to call this Island home.

The following letter was sent to the West Tisbury selectmen. I write you now about the next town meeting’s question involving the Mill Pond.

Regarding “Walking in Shadow of West Bank Conjures Up Complex Emotions” (Phyllis Meras, Commentary, Sept. 14)

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