Today is the right time for Aquinnah to opt for energy independence and conservation with a major town-owned windturbine at the Gay Head...
Peg’s Steady Regime
Watching the Fuel Gauge At the Steamship Authority so much fuel is used to send ferries back and forth on their frequent schedule that even...
Little Sundance in Vineyard Haven For a few days this month, Islanders were encouraged to collectively dream in the dark. Many hundreds...
SAVE THE FARM Editors, Vineyard Gazette: Coming back to the Vineyard after a few days on the Cape, I realized that one of the things to...
By Art Railton, from his ‘Just a Thought’ columns, as published in the Vineyard Gazette editions of October, 1991: I’m a television...
75 Years Ago From the Vineyard Gazette editions of September, 1932: “Millions viewed the eclipse.” So said the mainland newspapers, and...
DESIGNATION PITFALLS Editors, Vineyard Gazette:
Abundant wind power, with no fuel cost, is destined to replace the most expensive source of electrical generation — and that is from oil-...
A Dredge With Potential
My childhood was of the dirt-beneath -the-fingernails variety. I spent fall afternoons uncovering salamanders from under old logs and trapping...
Circuit Ave, Oak Bluffs
A century ago Circuit avenue in Oak Bluffs was a heady combination of sights, sounds and smells in the summertime. Exotic souvenirs, local...

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