Use it or lose it is an old adage, tried and true, that can be applied to a craftsman’s legerdemain, pasture lands or legal stratagems.

Every year at this time, I get to thinking about Nancy Luce.

I.M. Pei, the famous architect of great buildings all over the world, will turn 100 on April 26.

The Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) marked the thirtieth anniversary of its federal recognition this week.

His great-uncle was Ellsworth Luce West, the last whaling master on Martha’s Vineyard, and Nelson Smith of Edgartown knew him well.

Bertrand Russell was once asked what he would say to God if it turned out there was one and he met him at judgment.


Letters to the Editor

A few days back I drove into Oak Bluffs for a morning cup of joe from Mocha Mott's.

Last week’s comments by businessman Scott Mullin in a lengthy Gazette article concerning the sale of hard liquor in Tisbury have led me to write this...

At the April 25, 2017 annual town meeting, the citizens of Truro voted to protect its portion of the Cape Cod National Seashore.