In a recent piece published in this newspaper, Glenn Wattley made misleading statements about wind power and Cape Wind that I would like to...
Moving to Maine From the Vineyard Gazette editions of 1933: Who on Martha’s Vineyard has paid a visit to New Vineyard, Maine? Who, among...
On the Vineyard I can wake up at sunrise, walk into town and go fishing without a soul worrying about my safety or my whereabouts. I can feel...
Women’s Rights On Monday the Democratic National Convention begins in Denver, and before it ends history will be made. Senator Hillary...
E.B. Collins: 1925-2008 He was a consummate gentleman, a man firm in his beliefs, soft spoken in expression, sensitive to the views of...
Summer’s Last Hurrah
BLADES IN THE WIND Editors, Vineyard Gazette:
From the Vineyard Gazette editions of August, 1958: The Menemsha of today presents a contrast with the Menemsha that Ralph B. Potter of...
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The number eight in Chinese brings good fortune, I learned from the scheduling of the Olympic Games. That is why they began last week on the...

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