It was 1945, the war was over and new people had bought the Home Port restaurant in Menemsha and planned to reopen it for the coming summer.

Review of A Travel History of Martha’s Vineyard: From Canoes and Horses to Steamships and Trolleys by Thomas Dresser.

The Island has long been a haven for travelers of all sorts.

On Sunday, I had an unexpected visitor.

The following is excerpted from a speech delivered by Frederick Douglass to the Rochester Ladies’ Anti-Slavery Society on July 5, 1852.

From the July 7, 1931 edition of the Vineyard Gazette:

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Letters to the Editor

On August 1, Alan Dershowitz will participate in a discussion about civility as part of the Martha's Vineyard Film Festival's Inwards discussion...

I was very pleased by the fine article about me by Noah Asimow in last week's Gazette. But I have to make a correction.

The hearing last week about Vineyard Wind's offshore cables at the Edgartown conservation commission was heartbreaking.

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