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The following poem by Emma Young, West Tisbury poet laureate, was read at town meeting.
1:31 pm, April 13, 2017
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Shoveling Against the Tide
Joseph Chase Allen
“The time has come, the walrus said, to talk of many things,” and the category of items of which will soon be discussed on the floors of Island town...
4:34 pm, April 10, 2017
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Read All About It, the Best Things in Life Are Free
As anyone who has lived on Martha’s Vineyard as long as I have knows, the price of food, housing, and just about everything was pretty steady for a...
5:24 pm, April 6, 2017
I've Seen About Everything When I See a Porcupine Fly
The remains of a flying porcupine were found on State Road last week.
2:18 pm, April 3, 2017
Finding Peace and History Behind Those Seven Gates
Mary Jane Carpenter
The recent purchase of a house at Seven Gates by former Secretary of State John F. Kerry prompted me to regret being retired from title examining.
11:46 am, March 27, 2017
Now Is the Winter of My Discontent
I do my best to compartmentalize my work and my disappointments after a long winter, but it isn’t always easy.
3:31 pm, March 23, 2017
Top O' the Morning to Ya
The Opening comes and it goes, Along with its fierce undertows. There can be nothing fiercer Than a storm-force sou’easter.
3:19 pm, March 16, 2017
Teaching Students in Turbulent Times
Elaine Cawley Weintraub
I began teaching 25 years ago, inspired by the notion that all students could learn and each and every one was entitled to be welcomed.
12:31 pm, March 13, 2017
Penny Candy Memories of Oak Bluffs
My family, extended and otherwise, has been a part of Martha’s Vineyard, and Oak Bluffs in particular, since the 1920s.
4:45 pm, March 8, 2017
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