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.
I.M. Pei, the famous architect of great buildings all over the world, will turn 100 on April 26.
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.
The MVC will decide next month on the proposal to construct a single artificial turf field with organic infill surrounded by a new track.
The following poem was read at town meeting by Steve Ewing, poet laureate of Edgartown.
The following poem by Emma Young, West Tisbury poet laureate, was read at town meeting.
“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...
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...