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Welcome Hokule'a, Star of Joy
Michael G. West
A poem heralds the arrival of the Polynesian sailing vessel.
3:01 pm, June 27, 2016
O Captain, My Captain, We Are Adrift
Luke Gurney was a master of pursuit, his energy high and constant. His life was brimming with community and friends, but his family was his core.
2:55 pm, June 23, 2016
A Father's Plate Is Filled With Joy and Sorrow
We were walking down Main street in Vineyard Haven, her mother and I, just where the stores start, where the sidewalk is still a little downhill.
4:50 pm, June 16, 2016
New Ferry Toots a Classic Whistle
Over the past few years, the four largest Steamship Authority ferries have acquired historic steamboat whistles.
4:42 pm, June 16, 2016
Standing and Dancing Together in the Face of Tragedy and Grief
At 2 a.m. on Sunday I was out with friends in the East Village in New York city. It was a hot and sticky night, hard to escape the humidity and heat...
4:28 pm, June 16, 2016
Success Not Just Measured by Sunshine
Olivia Jacobs is the salutatorian for the MVRHS class of 2016. The following is the speech she gave at the graduation ceremony.
4:12 pm, June 16, 2016
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At Every Age, Dad Will Always Be Apple of His Daughter's Eye
My father, Clifton L. Walling, was born in 1886. His lifetime spanned great leaps forward in transportation, communication, entertainment and world...
4:10 pm, June 16, 2016
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Still Rolling Along as the Spirit Ebbs and Flows
Nancy Slonim Aronie
In 1977 I read Be Here Now, the landmark hippie book by Ram Dass that started a spiritual revolution.
4:31 pm, June 9, 2016
On the Ocean or in the Garden, the Key Is Nurturing the Soul
When Hokule’a sails into Vineyard Haven on June 28, the captain and navigator Bruce Blankenfeld will guide her to Tisbury Wharf.
4:22 pm, June 9, 2016
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