Twenty-six years ago, computer entrepreneur Mitch Kapor and I worked on a PBS pilot together.

Parked on the side of the road at the edge of a beach is not a bad place to be on a windy, rainy evening in early October.

Every morning now he comes and sits beside me.

From the Oct. 5, 1976 edition of the Gazette by Louise Aldrich Bugbee.

I have never belonged on the Vineyard, yet it’s the place that’s home to my heart.

The Martha’s Vineyard Commission sent a sharp message when it fined the owners of the Mill House $100,000 for demolishing a piece of history without...

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Letters to the Editor

Barry D. Roy of Chilmark died on August 9.

I seem compelled every few years to write a love letter to the Gazette. Today, at home in Connecticut, I was reading the Sept. 13 issue.

Every year, the fourth Tuesday in September is National Voter Registration Day.

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