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Wheat Has Deep Roots on Martha's Vineyard
In the late 1830s, agriculture commissioner Henry Coleman decided to offer a bounty for growing wheat to the farmers of the commonwealth.
4:28 pm, March 3, 2016
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Island to Ireland, Bonds Last a Lifetime
Elaine Cawley Weintraub
During April vacation, students of the Irish history and culture class at the regional high school will be attending the centenary of the Easter...
2:28 pm, February 25, 2016
Long Ride Home to the Island Always Rewards
The Port Authority in New York at 4.a.m. is a place no one wants to be. The floor is sticky, the air stale.
3:34 pm, February 22, 2016
A City on Edge, a Time Not Far Away
Fifty-one winters ago this coming Sunday, Malcolm X was cut down in a hail of bullets in a social hall in Harlem.
12:54 pm, February 18, 2016
Old Wheat, New Thinking
A quiet revolution has been slowly taking place on the Vineyard, something that is perhaps of great importance and could do exciting things for the...
3:34 pm, February 11, 2016
Art Fueled by the Spirit of Imagination
On Wednesday afternoon Miss Lani sat on the floor with a group of young children at the children’s art studio.
6:09 pm, February 4, 2016
Unconditional Love is Always the Answer with Children
Looking back, I was too young to be a professor and the man enrolled in my child psychology course was too young to be at war.
6:05 pm, February 4, 2016
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Hail the Hokule'a, Twin Hulls of Heaven
To a modern sailor’s eye, she appears strange. Her twin hulls are joined by laminated wooden crossbeams.
5:59 pm, February 4, 2016
Words Can Wiggle, But Can the Planet?
Phone booth, bookworm, crowbait, goose as a verb, horse-trading, horse-faced, cowpies or emotionally cowed, and other farm-based figures of speech...
5:57 pm, February 4, 2016
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