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Taking the Long View on Wind Farms
Make no mistake — there is already a lot of development in our coastal waters.
2:27 pm, November 3, 2016
Learning to Let a Woman Lead
Nancy Slonim Aronie
Early one morning last August, I was gradually becoming aware that the energy outside my little cabin was changing, building as the traffic went from...
4:14 pm, October 31, 2016
She Had a Song in Her Heart for Everyone
Smoochy the cat was finally let back inside, a few days before Kristin died.
4:57 pm, October 26, 2016
Rooster Rescuer to Swan Sitter, Joanie Jenkinson Will Be Missed
West Tisbury animal lovers turned out en masse last Thursday for a potluck supper at the Agricultural Hall honoring retiring animal control officer...
4:52 pm, October 26, 2016
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The Son Also Rises; On the Water Steering a Sustainable Course
Mark Alan Lovewell
Recently, my son Alan Lovewell was recognized at the White House for his work on sustainable fisheries.
2:26 pm, October 20, 2016
If Optimism Is a Crime, Guilty as Charged
The guard waved me into Dukes County Courthouse as the town clock in the Old Whaling Church struck 9 a.m.
1:59 pm, October 20, 2016
No Matter How You Say It, Words Remind Us What Matters Most
My Stars, Lands Sake!, people used to say when the sky still had stars, people worked the land and didn’t want to take the Lord’s name in vain.
1:42 pm, October 20, 2016
Learning to Read the Water, Taught by One of the Derby Greats
Dr. Gary Fudem
I met Ed Amaral while treating Lois, his wife, in the office for something minor. Later he mentored me on fishing technique, fishing etiquette and...
2:42 pm, October 17, 2016
When the News Arrived With Bells On
Back in October, 1964 when I was a young spunk at Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism, we were instructed about the wonders of wire machines.
3:58 pm, October 13, 2016
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